The Oceanside Police Department wishes a happy, safe and sane Fourth of July to everyone. As in years past, members of the Oceanside Police Department will be out in full force throughout the city and particularly in the Harbor and at the beach for the entire day.
The Oceanside Police Department can now confirm that Dennis Lam, who was identified as the person who fired shots inside the Oceanside Target store yesterday afternoon, has been apprehended following a pursuit and subsequent carjacking by the California Highway Patrol in Orange County.
Today at 1:10 p.m. Oceanside Police dispatchers began receiving many 911 phone calls reporting shots fired inside the Target Store at 2255 Vista Way. First arriving units were advised the suspects fled in a newer model BMW. Officers entered and cleared the store and checked for any injured people.
It's that time of year again. The weather is warmer and everyone want s to enjoy it. It's one of the biggest benefits to living in San Diego County. However, recently there has been a rise in thefts reported from vehicles in Oceanside.
Multiple search warrants were served at locations in the City of Oceanside this morning. The warrants were served attempting to locate evidence from the Mustafa Gordon homicide, which occurred February 16, 2015 at Buddy Todd Park.