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Two Men Seriously Hurt in Castro Valley Shooting
According to the authorities, a gunshot that took place in Castro Valley on Wednesday morning left two individuals with significant injuries. According to a tweet published by the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office, the gunshot was reported to have occurred in the 22400 block of Center Street at approximately 9:18 a.m. on Wednesday.
A man in his 70s was detained for allegedly recording a 14-year-old girl’s stomach at the office of the mayor of Antioch, and he has now pleaded no contest to counts of misdemeanor DUI. The sheriff’s office claimed in a follow-up statement that was uploaded to social media that deputies responded to the scene and provided first treatment to the males until paramedics arrived to transport them to a hospital.
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There was no immediate information available regarding the specifics of their ailments. After having “an encounter at the external carport area of the apartment complex,” according to the sheriff’s office, the suspects drove away from the scene of the crime. A thorough description was not available.
If you have any information, you are encouraged to contact the sheriff’s dispatchers at 510-667-7721.
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