Oakland, California 2021-02-23 23:19:10 –
An unidentified Berkeley man was put in jail without bail after being arrested on Tuesday on multiple charges, including threats of crime, including hate crimes, officials said.
Auckland police said an unnamed media partner had “disturbed remarks to members of the Asian community” posted on social media on February 11 after admitting that he had been arrested for guns earlier this year. He said he shared the contents.
After preparing an arrest warrant for him, police detained him on Monday after reporting that he had appeared in court. According to police, he was arrested for probation violations and weapons charges shortly after police interviewed him.
Police said investigators would send the case to the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office for consideration of prosecution.
In a video statement, Auckland Police Chief Leronne Armstrong said a warning came earlier this month, driving investigators to take swift action against recent backgrounds. Report of assault and robbery In and near the city’s Chinatown district.
“Auckland police take all hate crimes, hate speech and threats to members of a diverse and inclusive community seriously,” Armstrong said. Partially said.. “Stand with me, as we unite against hatred.”
Victims or witnesses of hate crimes can call the department’s daily checked tip line (510-637-4283) or non-emergency phone number (510-777-3333).
— Auckland Police Station (@oaklandpoliceca) February 24, 2021
Please contact George Kelly at 408-859-5180.
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