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* Theodore LeBlanc arrested for June 1 shooting of a man in Alameda

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A 28-year-old man was arrested this week in connection with the June 1 shooting of a man in Alameda, a police lieutenant said today.Theodore Jerome LeBlanc was arrested in Emeryville at 9:42 p.m. Monday in connection with the shooting, which occurred in the early morning hours of June 1 near the intersection of Second and Brush streets, Alameda police Lt. Bill Scott said.The 35-year-old victim suffered multiple gunshot wounds to his upper torso and head. He was hospitalized for several days and was released after being treated for his injuries, Scott said. LeBlanc was arrested with the help of several local police departments, according to Scott.The Oakland Police Department’s intelligence unit was able to identify LeBlanc because he had been in their custody before, and when a picture of him was shown to the victim, he immediately identified him, Scott said.Alameda police then sent a flyer to regional law enforcement agencies with information about the case. San Francisco police were able to locate LeBlanc after also having contacts with him in the past, which led to his arrest in Emeryville Monday,according to Scott.

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