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FBI says suspected shooter “came to Oakland to kill cops” – CBS News

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Published on 16 Jun 2020

The FBI said Steven Carrillo and an accomplice traveled to the Oakland federal courthouse on May 29 amid protests over the death of George Floyd to kill law enforcement officers. Carrillo also faces charges in an ambush on officers in the Santa Cruz Mountains on June 6. Officials said they found evidence linking him to the extremist “boogaloo” movement. CBS San Francisco’s Anne Makovec reports.

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Active shooter

Active shooter near North Gate of NAS-Corpus Christi, lockdown in place –


As of around 7:35 a.m. base officials reported that the shooter has been neutralized.

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Naval Air Station-Corpus Christi officials confirmed to 3News that the base was placed on lockdown Thursday morning due to an active shooter situation at their North Gate.

The shots broke out at around 6:15 a.m., prompting the lockdown of both entrances to the base. By around 7:30 a.m. officials had reported that the shooter was neutralized.

Officials said one security forces member was injured in the shooting. The extent of their injuries is unclear at this time but 3News will keep you updated.

A 3News viewer who was in a line of vehicles outside NAS-CC during the shooting shared video from the scene. You can hear several shots being fired.

The base will remain on lockdown as investigators and first responders process the scene.

Base officials initially put out the following notice when the shooting occurred: “NAS-Corpus Christi is now in a lockdown status. There is an active shooter in the vicinity of the North Gate. If you are in or near the North Gate get out and away to safety. Execute lockdown procedures — remain indoors and away from windows.”

The Corpus Christi Police Department also advised that people avoid the area.

The nearby Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi also issued a Code Blue, alerting students who may be on campus to remain indoors and avoid windows.

3News is on the scene and will keep you updated as more information becomes available.

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