Calif. college shooting suspect due back in court
OAKLAND, Calif. - April 30, 2012 (WPVI) -- A man charged in a fatal shooting rampage at the California college that he attended is due in court.
Forty-three-year-old One Goh could enter a plea at the hearing Monday in Alameda County Superior Court. He faces seven counts of murder and three counts of attempted murder.
Authorities say Goh went to the Oakland campus of Oikos University on April 2 to target an administrator involved in a tuition dispute he had with the school. They say when he learned she wasn't there, Goh shot a secretary and former classmates.
Investigators say Goh admitted to the shootings in a police interview.
Officials said last week he was refusing food at the jail and was moved to the infirmary. They did not immediately return a call Monday to update his condition.
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