Alameda County Sheriff’s Deputy Injured in Union City Shooting
In a distressing turn of events, an Alameda County sheriff’s deputy was shot in Union City on Wednesday afternoon, according to reliable sources. The incident unfolded in the vicinity of Dowe Avenue and Alvarado-Niles Road, both of which have been cordoned off as an active crime scene.
Sources with knowledge of the incident have revealed that the deputy sustained a gunshot wound to the arm during the altercation. Thankfully, law enforcement swiftly apprehended one suspect in connection with the shooting. The identity and motives of the perpetrator remain undisclosed at this time.
Prompted by this grave incident, the Union City Police Department is urging residents and passersby to steer clear of the affected area for their safety. Authorities are working diligently to secure the scene and investigate the circumstances surrounding the shooting.
As this is an ongoing situation, further updates are anticipated. We encourage readers to revisit this article for the latest information as it becomes available.
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[Image Description: A tweet from John Zuchelli reporting on the shooting of an Alameda County Sheriff’s Deputy in Union City. The tweet includes a photo of the industrial area near Dowe Avenue and Alvarado-Niles Road, where the incident occurred.]
#BREAKING An Alameda County Sheriff’s Deputy has been shot in Union City. The shooting happened in an industrial area at Dowe Ave near Alvarado-Niles Rd. There are road closures in the area and agencies are asking people to avoid the area. @nbcbayarea
(Embedded tweet by John Zuchelli, dated January 24, 2024)]
Please note that the investigation is still in progress, and authorities are working tirelessly to gather all pertinent details.