On November 25, 2015, a jury found Defendant Prince Franklin Tsetse guilty of first degree murder of victim Kimberly Robertson, with special circumstances for murder in the commission of rape.

On April 4, 2014, victim Kimberly Robertson went out with her boyfriend and friends to a bar in Oakland.

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When the cab arrived, victim Robertson refused to leave.

Eventually, the cab took off without either of them in it.

On December 22, 2015, a jury found defendant Gregory Hall guilty of first degree murder with enhancements for the 2012 killing of 67-year-old victim Michael Bradley.

On June 14, 2012, Michael Bradley was discovered by neighbors inside his home lying on his back, in a pool of blood.

The victim unsuccessfully attempted to jump out of the car while the defendant drove in Oakland to escape. Harris today announced a settlement with Comcast Cable Communications LLC (“Comcast”) to resolve allegations that Comcast unlawfully disposed of hazardous waste and material, and discarded records without rendering private customer information unreadable.

He then drove the victim approximately 17 miles away to Hayward, as he pinned her down by her neck on the center console, and demanded she get naked. As part of the settlement, Comcast will pay a total of .95 million in penalties, costs, compliance measures and environmental projects.

The settlement and proposed judgment, filed in Alameda County Superior Court, requires approval from the court before becoming final.

“Today’s settlement represents a victory in California’s ongoing efforts to ensure that hazardous waste is disposed of in a safe, legal and environmentally sustainable manner,” states Alameda County DA Nancy E. “Not only will my office pursue all necessary legal action against entities that pollute our environment, but we will also use all legal means to ensure California’s consumers’ private information is protected.

Neighbors grew concerned when the victim, a prominent artist who was well-liked in the neighborhood, had not been seen for days.