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Oakland police serve morning warrants for violent crimes
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Oakland police notified residents that they served multiple high-risk warrants Friday morning simultaneously in the city and other jurisdictions.
The warrants, served early Friday morning, were related to ongoing investigations regarding violent crime, weapons and other offenses, police said.
The locations and circumstances of the warrants were not immediately being released this morning, but the department issued the alert to notify residents who may have seen police activity in their neighborhoods.
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