15-year old Shamara Young fatally shot in a road-rage incident in Oakland
Oct 7, 2021
A 15-year-old girl was shot and killed in Oakland’s 109th homicide of 2021. The girl had been riding in a car with her uncle when an argument broke out for unclear reasons with another driver, Oakland’s police chief said. – Fifteen-year-old Shamara Young was identified Thursday by her mother as the Oakland girl who was fatally shot Wednesday night in a road-rage incident, making her the 109th homicide victim of the year in the East Bay city. The shooting occurred around 11:30 p.m. Wednesday near 51st and Bancroft avenues in East Oakland.
Shamara was riding in the car with her uncle when they became involved in a road-rage incident, Oakland Police Chief LeRonne Armstrong said during a press briefing on Thursday. Earlier this week, police were investigating the homicide of local activist and another shooting that killed a woman in East Oakland. Shamara Young, identified by her mother as the 15-year-old killed in a road-rage shooting in Oakland. The uncle and another driver had gotten into an argument before the gunfire, according to Oakland Police Chief LeRonne Armstrong said during a press conference.
A 15-year-old girl was fatally shot while riding in a car with her uncle.