SAN FRANCISCO — A UPS employee shot and killed three other other workers and then himself Wednesday morning at a company facility in San Francisco. The tragic shooting, which also left two UPS employees injured, was the latest in a long line of Bay Area mass shootings.
Here are some of them:
March 21, 2012: Oikos University, Oakland
7 dead, 3 wounded
One L. Goh, of Alameda, killed seven people and wounded three others in a shooting rampage at Oikos University, a small Oakland nursing college. He will spend the rest of his life in prison under a plea deal reached earlier this year.
Goh is a diagnosed paranoid schizophrenic whose delusions led him to believe that the administration and staff at Oikos University were conspiring against him, alienating him from classmates, and covertly having him bugged and followed. Goh told police he went to the Oikos campus in East Oakland that day to confront a specific administrator.
Oct. 5, 2011: Lehigh Hanson’s Permanente Cement Plant, Cupertino
3 dead, 7 wounded
Shareef Allman gunned down three coworkers at a Cupertino cement plant and wounded seven other people before he was shot to death by police in a gunfight.
The 47-year-old heavy equipment operator at Lehigh Hanson’s Permanente Cement Plant had been in a safety meeting with more than a dozen coworkers when he pulled a gun from his waistband and began shooting. One of the survivors of the shooting said Allman felt co-workers were trying have him fired after he was repeatedly accused of driving recklessly at the quarry.
Allman kept a handgun at home hidden in the cutout pages of a Bible.
March 21, 2009: Oakland…
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