Deadly Shooting at Oakland Religious College [UPDATED]
[UPDATED | 10:03 a.m. Tuesday April 3, 2012: The Oakland Police Department has revealed more information on the shooter who opened fire on students at Oikos University yesterday.
The gunman was a nursing school student named One Goh. He had been expelled from the religious university. He was identified as a South Korean national.
According to the Oakland police chief, Goh felt "disrespected" by administrators and students.
Monday afternoon he went to campus to find a school administrator, and when he discovered she was not there, he forced a secretary into a classroom and told people to line up. When some did not cooperate, he opened fire.]
At least seven people were killed and three were injured. Perkins did not release any other details about the victims, but said officials are planning a news conference later Monday afternoon.
Goh was captured in the neighboring city of Alameda a few hours later. Police believe Goh acted alone.
No information has been released about the weapon involved.
Oikos University is a Christian school that offers several courses in theology, music and Asian medicine. The shooting is believed to have occurred inside a classroom, but the exact details behind the location have not been confirmed.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.