One of two suspects in a shooting outside a warehouse party was charged today with three counts of murder and four counts of premeditated attempted murder.
Paul Arthur Stevenson III was also charged with special circumstances in the shooting that wounded three persons in addition to the three who were killed.
If convicted he could face the death penalty.
The 20-year-old Oakland man was at his family's home in the 1900 block of 21st Avenue in Oakland early Thursday morning. His parents say police have the wrong man.
The shooting took place about 1:20 a.m. on Oct. 2 after a party at a warehouse at 2661 Alvarado St.
Police say that after the party, two men shot at a green Ford Explorer containing seven people, striking six, three of whom died from their injuries. The other three victims have since been released from the hospital.
The seventh victim ran from the car after the incident, but police later located him.
Killed in the shooting were 16-year-old , a San Leandro High School student, 19-year-old Shanice Kiel and 23-year-old Joshua Alford.
No motive has been determined for the crime, which occurred after the party had ended.
The city of San Leandro is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of a second suspect, who has only been described as a black male who wore dark clothing.