At Least Five Killed In Christian Oakland University Shooting
CBS News said, Police in nearby Alameda told KCBS that the suspected gunman was taken into custody at a shopping center there at about 12:20 p.m. His identity was not immediately released but the suspect was earlier described by police as a Korean man in his 40s with a heavy build and wearing khaki clothing.
The Huffington Post said, "I can confirm that we do have one person who has been detained that we believe is possibly responsible for this shooting," [police officer Johnna]Watson said.
Four victims arrived at Highland Hospital for treatment, said spokeswoman Jerri Randrup.
Earlier, television news footage showed officers surrounding the building in search of the suspect. The footage also showed wounded people being carried out of the building, and more gurneys were being brought in.
SWAT officers evacuated Oikos students when they arrived at the school.
The school, Oikos University, teaches theology, music, nursing and Asian medicine, according to its website, with the "highest standard education with Christian value and inspiration."