Foggy weather but no sharks
STINSON BEACH – The weather may not be cooperating, but so far the sharks are.
Stinson Beach reopened to surfers and swimmers Sunday morning after a shark sighting last week kept both groups out of the water for five days.
Lifeguard John Pellolio said this morning the beach is fogged in and neither surfers nor swimmers were in the water as of 11 a.m. But that is likely to change, he said.
“They'll still come out. It's sunny over the hill,” Pellolio predicted.
The beach was closed for two five-day periods in June after a surfer was bitten by a shark and another shark was sighted.
Police puzzled over Hayward homicide
HAYWARD – Police are still trying to understand why a 24-year-old man, with no apparent connection to either drugs or gangs, was shot in the head and killed early Sunday morning.
Residents found the man, identified by the Alameda County Coroner as Damion Allen, lying dead on the street around 8:30 in the morning in the 27000 block of Del Norte Court in Hayward.
Hayward police say they have no witness information nor any reports of gunfire, although one resident said he may have heard shots between 2 and 4 a.m. Police are investigating why Allen was killed and whether he was actually killed where he was found.
Anyone with information on this homicide should contact Inspector Ramona Hernandez at the Hayward Police Department at 293-7074.