Attempted Homicide Suspect Surrenders To Police

Esteban Zamora is suspected of clobbering and kicking a co-worker in a workplace fight.


A man suspected of hitting a co-worker on the head with a baseball ball and then kicking him has surrendered to police after initially fleeing the scene of the alleged workplace fight.

Esteban Zamora, 20, turned himself in at 58th Avenue in Oakland Friday.

The alleged altercation occurred Wednesday at about 9:30 am on the 1000 block of Doolittle Drive. Police are calling the incident attempted homicide.

Based on witness statements, officers determined that Zamora and a co-worker  got into an argument that escalated.

According to the police account, the suspect allegedly armed himself with a bat and repeatedly struck the victim over the head and kicked him in the head with his steel toed boots.

Witnesses said that the victim, a man in his 20s, went to the hospital with serious head injuries before police arrived.

The suspect had initally fled the scene but on Friday afternoon he called police and surrendered without incident.

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olaleye sunday oludare September 14, 2012 at 04:02 AM
let him face d law.


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