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6 Men Injured in Separate Oakland Shootings

No suspects have been taken into custody in connection with any of the three shootings



    6 Men Injured in Separate Oakland Shootings
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    A total of six men have been injured in three separate shootings in Oakland dating back to early Saturday morning, according to police.

    The latest shooting occurred early Sunday morning around 2:16 a.m. in the 800 block of Washington Street, according to police. Three men were injured and suffered minor injuries to their lower extremities.

    At 10:34 p.m. Saturday, police said two men were injured in another shooting in the 2900 block of 33rd Avenue. The men are currently in stable condition, according to police.

    A man was also shot at a location police didn't release early Saturday morning around 4:57 a.m. Police didn't have any information on the victim's injuries.

    A vehicle was struck by gunfire in the 300 block of Warwick Avenue around 6:53 a.m. Saturday, police said. Nobody was injured in that shooting.

    Police said there are no suspects in custody for any of the shootings since Saturday morning.

    No further information is immediately available.

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