Mitchell Monroe Identified As Victim Fatally Shot While Driving In Oakland
The family of a man who was fatally shot while driving in Oakland on Saturday morning has identified him.
According to police, a shooting occurred in Oakland near the Interstate 580 onramp in the 3900 block of Keller Avenue, resulting in the injury of Mitchell Monroe from Antioch. A man, aged 27 and father of two young daughters, was discovered with a gunshot wound after crashing his car at around 4 a.m.
According to police, Monroe received treatment from officers and medical personnel at the scene of the crash. However, he was later transported to a hospital where he was declared deceased.
According to police, debris from the May 6 shooting of Mitchell Monroe was found near Keller Ave in Oakland.
A Gofundme has been created by relatives of Monroe in his honor, citing that his death has caused them to experience overwhelming grief.
According to Brian Monroe, the man’s daughters, Skye and Arabella, held a central place in his life. He dedicated himself to making sure they felt loved and safe on a daily basis.
According to sources, his loved ones will miss his bedtime stories, goofy jokes, and comforting bear hugs that had the power to make everything feel alright.
According to him, Monroe was characterized by an infectious smile and unwavering positivity.
According to Monroe, he was a role model, a friend, and a pillar of strength for those fortunate enough to have had the opportunity to know him.
According to sources, the legacy of the individual in question is set to endure through his daughters, who will reportedly carry a piece of him with them always.
The public was urged to contact the Oakland police at (510) 238-3821 or the tip line at (510) 238-7950 if they had any information regarding the homicide.
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