Felony Charges Filed Against Police Officer Oct 20, 2016
OAKLAND, CA – Alameda County District Attorney Nancy E. O’Malley announced her office has filed charges against Oakland Police Officer Ryan Walterhouse alleging two felony counts of conspiracy to obstruct justice and one misdemeanor count of engaging in an act of prostitution. He is scheduled to be arraigned on Friday, October 21, 2016 at 2pm in Department 502 of the Hayward Hall of Justice.
Drug Take Back Day - October 22, 2016 Oct 19, 2016
On October 22, 2016, the Alameda County DA’s Office will be participating in the National Drug Take Back Day, in partnership with the United States Drug Enforcement Administration.
The public is encouraged to bring any unused, unwanted and/or expired prescription or over the counter medication for free, confidential and safe disposal. It is a great opportunity to rid your home of potentially-dangerous expired, unused and unwanted prescription and over-the-counter drugs, thereby helping to prevent prescription drug abuse and theft. This can also include unused pet medication.
The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked.
People v Paul Booker, Jason Beasley & Ruben Mitchell Oct 17, 2016
On September 23, 2016, a jury convicted defendants Paul Booker, Jason Antoine Beasley, and Ruben Manzell Mitchell of numerous offences and enhancements, including kidnapping, torture, assault with a firearm, attempted pandering, and human trafficking for commercial sex. Defendants Booker and Mitchell were additionally convicted of rape by a foreign object as well as assault with a deadly weapon.
In 2013, 17-year-old Jane Doe ran away from home and was living on a friend's couch, making money in the commercial sex trade to survive. She knew Defendants Booker and Beasley, and previously Defendant Booker had propositioned her, offering to work as her 'pimp'. Ms Doe declined to work for him. On June 2, 2013, Ms Doe spent the night with Defendant Beasley at an apartment in San Leandro. The following day, Ms Doe and defendant Beasley intended to go out of town in order for Ms Doe to work as a prostitute. Before leaving, defendant Beasley drove Ms Doe to Oakland.
2016 Day of Remembrance Event Oct 14, 2016
Day of Remembrance Ceremony - October 28, 2016
Join with us as we honor October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month with our annual Day of Remembrance Ceremony on Friday, October 28.
Each year, the DA's Office and Alameda County Family Justice Center remember those whose lives have been lost as a result of domestic violence. We honor their memory by sharing their stories, reading their names and commemorating their lives. The event begins with a Children’s Art Exhibit and Resource Fair, and the formal program includes speakers, musicians, and the reading of names ceremony.
WHERE: Alameda County Administration Building Plaza, 1221 Oak Street, Oakland, CA.
WHEN: Friday, 28 October, 2016.
TIME: Resource tables open at 11:30am and the formal program is from 12:15pm-1:15pm.
For more information please call (510) 267-8842 or email the Family Justice Center at info [at] acfjc [dot] org.
People v Corey Malik Powell Oct 13, 2016
On October 12, 2016, a jury found defendant Corey Malik Powell guilty of felony discharging a firearm in a negligent manner, being a felon in possession of a gun, carrying a concealed weapon, and two counts of misdemeanor resisting arrest.
On September 1, 2015, at approximately 8 pm, two BART PD officers at West Oakland BART station saw Defendant Powell smoking a cigarette as he leaned against the pony wall on platform two. The wall overlooked the parking lot, 30-40 feet below. The officers asked Defendant Powell for ID and told him that if he was free of warrants they would let him go with a warning.
Recently, Governor Jerry Brown signed into law numerous public safety bills that the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office sponsored, authored, and supported.
District Attorney Nancy E. O’Malley said, “I am proud to work with California's lawmakers as we strive together to make our communities and our state a safe place for all Californians. I wish to thank Governor Brown for signing these important bills into law.”
2016 Domestic Violence Awareness Month Oct 1, 2016
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
In the United States, a woman is physically abused every 15 seconds.
It’s time to 'Speak Up, Speak Out' against domestic violence in our community.
During Domestic Violence Awareness Month, we hope you can join us for a series of events throughout October as we reach out to our community and raise awareness about domestic violence.
We are launching our 'Speak Up, Speak Out' campaign in various public buildings around the county, and will also host the annual Day of Remembrance on October 28 to honor those who have been murdered as a result of domestic violence.
For more information about the events for Domestic Violence Awareness Month around the county, please visit the Alameda County Family Justice Center's News & Events page.
If you or someone you know are victims of domestic violence, you are not alone.
We can help you.
Call the ACFJC on (510) 267-8800 or visit acfjc.org.
People v Stephon Lee and Mario Floyd Sep 30, 2016
On September 15, 2016, a jury found Defendant Stephon Lee and Defendant Mario Mady Floyd convicted of felony murder with special circumstance findings related to the robbery of Ms. Salamon.
On July 24, 2013, Oakland anti-crime activist and neighborhood dog walker, Judy Salamon, was shot in the 2400 block of Fern Street in Oakland. Moments before her murder, Defendants Stephon Lee and Mario Floyd observed Ms. Salamon using her cell phone to record them. Defendant Floyd approached Ms. Salamon and attempted to take her phone, but Ms. Salamon resisted. Defendant Lee then approached Ms. Salamon and shot her.
People v Gregory Gadlin Sep 21, 2016
On September 14, 2016, a jury convicted defendant Gregory D. Gadlin of the first degree murder of Evan Meisner.
Shortly after 1:30AM on March 31, 2011, victim Evan Meisner invited his neighbor, Defendant Gadlin, to his home to sell him marijuana so as victim Meisner could pay rent. Instead, Defendant Gadlin robbed and murdered him, shooting the victim in the neck and stealing the victim's wallet, phone, and marijuana.