An Oakland man was fatally shot in Marin City, sheriff’s officials say; identified person of interest


MARIN CITY, Calif. (KGO) — Investigators have identified the victim killed in a shooting in Marin City on Sunday and the person of interest in the case.

The incident happened on Cole Drive around 10.30am on Sunday.

Several officers responded and found a car with several bullet holes in the passenger side window, with a man and a woman injured. After being taken to hospital, the man succumbed to his injuries, the sheriff’s office said. The women suffered non-life-threatening injuries and were later released.

A third person injured in the shooting reported to an area hospital with apparent gunshot wounds. The involvement of this person is still unknown to this day.

The man was identified as Michael Rogers II, 42, of Oakland

A third person injured in the shooting reported to an area hospital with apparent gunshot wounds, the sheriff’s office said. This person’s involvement is unknown at this time.

A neighbor said she had had enough of the violence.

“I heard bang, bang, bang. Automatic. It’s just another tragedy in Marin City. That’s why I have to move. I have to get out of here,” said Marin City resident Jacqueline Hall. .

There is no word of arrest or motive for the shooting. Detectives identified a person of interest in the homicide but did not release any details.

Anyone with information regarding this investigation is asked to contact Detective Guinn at (415) 473-7265 or via email at k_guinn@marinsheriff.org

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