A man killed early Sunday in East Oakland was identified by police today as Polo Demetrio Pablocalmo. Pablocalmo, a 21-year-old Oakland resident, was found fatally shot at 12:57 a.m. by officers responding to shots fired in the 9500 block of E Street. Another man who was also shot was taken to a hospital in stable condition, police said. In a separate case early Sunday morning, a 31-year-old Union City man was found fatally shot at 2:20 a.m. in the 1100 block of International Boulevard, according to police.
His name has not been released pending notification of next of kin. Two other victims in that shooting, a man and a woman, were hospitalized and are in stable condition, police said. No other information was released by police about the circumstances of the shootings, or if arrests had been made.
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