LIVERMORE, Calif. (AP) — The latest on the shooting in a shopping center parking lot in Northern California (all times local):
Police have identified one of two suspects in a shooting in the parking lot of a Northern California shopping center that left one man dead and another wounded.
Livermore police say Sunday the suspect has been identified as Oakland resident Jason Alexander Brown.
They say police have obtained a no bail warrant for his arrest on one count of murder and another count of attempted murder.
KGO-TV reports (http://abc7ne.ws/1H3a66D) detectives obtained a search warrant for Brown's home but found he was not home. Police say he is considered armed and dangerous.
The identity of the second suspect is still unknown.
9: 57 p.m.
Police said a gunman fired into a car in the parking lot of a Northern California shopping center, killing one person and wounding another person, before fleeing the scene.
Livermore police said the shooting outside a CVS Pharmacy was reported shortly after 6 p.m. Saturday.
When officers got there, the driver of the car was already dead. The passenger was rushed to a hospital with multiple gunshot wounds.
Witnesses said a man armed with a long black gun took off with a second suspect in a black BMW with red racing stripes on the hood.
California Highway Patrol officers spotted the vehicle on Interstate 580 and chased after the car, but lost sight of it in Oakland.
Livermore is about 35 miles east of San Francisco.