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The gunman who opened fire at a small Christian university in Oakland, California Monday morning has been identified as 43-year-old One L. Goh, the AP reports. The former student of Oikos University was in a classroom when he went on a killing spree that left seven dead and three injured.
At a press conference this evening, Oakland Police Chief Howard Jordan said that 35 people were in or near the school building at the time of the rampage around 10:30 a.m, according to KQED. Details about the Goh’s motive have not been released.
After the shooting, Goh was detained by police at a shopping centre more than a mile from the school. According to The Oakland Tribune, Goh told a security guard that he “had shot people and should be arrested.”
The relatives of one student told the paper that Goh was a student in her class but had been absent for months.
Jordan said Goh will undergo police questioning tonight and has not yet been charged, The Los Angeles Times reports.
This is a developing story. We’ll update you with more information as it becomes available.
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