(Update) Alameda Police Arrest Man for Attempted Homicide


(Update) Alameda Police Arrest Man for Attempted Homicide

The man taken into custody has been identified as Jalon Tingle of Oakland. Tingle, 23, has been charged with first degree attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon, special allegation causing great bodily injury and circumstances in aggravation, according to the Alameda County Inmate Locator database.

Tingle is alleged to have stabbed his victim multiple times, according to Alameda Police Lt. Alan Kuboyama. The victim, whose name is being withheld, was taken to a local hospital with life-threatening injuries. There were reports that there was more than one victim.

Tingle is being held at Santa Rita Jail in Dublin on no bail. He is scheduled to have his plea hearing on April 13 at the East County Hall of Justice in Dublin.

Original Story published March 28:
Alameda police officers took one person into custody for alleged assault with a deadly weapon and attempted homicide after an altercation Sunday, March 27 on the 300 block of Park Street.

At approximately 9:45 p.m., the Alameda Police Department (APD) responded to a report of an in-progress dispute involving multiple parties. Upon arrival, officers learned the altercation resulted in several individuals sustaining injuries. At least one of the victims sustained potentially life-threatening injuries.

The altercation took place at the Bowlero bowling alley, according to an employee at the business. The employee said he could not provide any further details other than police were called to the business Sunday night.

The suspect, an adult male, was taken into custody at the scene for one count of attempted homicide and two counts of assault with a deadly weapon. The case is being forwarded to the Alameda District Attorney’s Office.

APD did not release the names of the suspect or the victims. APD said as officers continue to conduct follow-up investigations, no additional details will be released at this time.

This is not the first time a serious assault has taken place at this location. Oakland man, Antwaun Williams, 19, was shot and killed at this location on Nov. 19, 2016, when it was called AMF South Shore Lanes. No one has been arrested for Williams' death.