As Violence Surges, Oakland Police Blame Warring Factions
Oakland leaders are scrambling for solutions to curb shootings in the city, after a surge of deadly violence over the weekend. Eleven people have been shot in Oakland since Friday, and four of them died.
At a press conference Monday, Police Chief Howard Jordan said two warring factions are responsible for "about 90 percent" of the city's violence. Nearly a year ago, Chief Jordan also blamed a rash of shootings on a battle between two rival groups.
Host Stephanie Martin talks with Councilman Noel Gallo, the new chair of Oakland's Public Safety Committee.