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* Anthony Francisco Ramirez identified as victim of fatal Union City shooting on Eighth Street

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Police identified a man today who was fatally shot Saturday night in Union City as 34-year-old Anthony Francisco Ramirez. Police continue to search for suspects in connection with the shooting. No arrests have been made. Officers responded to a report of shots fired in the 33600 block of Eighth Street at about 11 p.m. Arriving officers found Ramirez on the street. He had been shot numerous times. A medical unit from the Alameda County Fire Department administered first aid but he died at the scene, police said.

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  • A memorial trust fund has been established in Cookies name at the Bank of the West, 33301 Alvardo-Niles Rd. in Union City. Trustees are his parents: Eli Ramirez, Jr. & Rosemary Ramirez c/o Anthony F. Ramirez Memorial Trust Fund. The purpose of the Trust is to help the family with funeral costs. Cookie was a self employed handyman and had no life insurance.

    The family is grateful for the words and gestures of kindness, prayers and love the community has given them at this very difficult time.

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