“PING SUSP PHONE”—An Oakland shooting reveals how cops snoop on cell phones
An undercover operation is going very, very wrong for local and federal authorities.
OAKLAND, Calif.—"He’s got a trapper."
Officer Eric Karsseboom merely wanted to find a four-door, white Dodge car on the evening of January 21, 2013. Instead, someone else found him. The Oakland Police Department veteran was suddenly facing down the barrels of a trio of guns as three men—Deante Kincaid, Joseph Pennymon, and Damien McDaniel—surrounded his vehicle, an unmarked Chevy Tahoe, in the parking lot of a gated apartment complex at 1759 Seminary Avenue. Located in East Oakland, this was and remains the heart of one of the city's toughest neighborhoods.
Jason Antoine Beasley is an American Rapper / Reputable Pimp who is a member of the 'Sem City,' a criminal organization named after an East Oakland Street Corner “Seminary/Bromley Ave.”
On 9/6/2016 United States Attorney Melinda Haag announced a major indictment by a federal grand jury of four Sem City gang members in California, taking off the streets a group accused of kidnapping minors for commercial sex, of raping minors while acting in concert, of running an alleged multi-state human trafficking ring, of sowing fear and disrupting life in the East Oakland neighborhood of Seminary and for the murders of six Oakland city police officers.