Suspected Shooter Named
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - Police have identified the suspect in a shooting attack at a California Christian college as a 43-year-old Oakland man.
Police Chief Howard Jordan said Monday that One L. Goh is in custody after surrendering at a shopping center about an hour after the shooting at Oikos University on Monday morning.
Authorities say he was a former student at the Christian school.
Seven people were killed, and three other injured when a gunman opened fire into classrooms.
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