At 8:27 am Thursday, the Oakley Police Department were dispatched to Bridgehead Road at Sandy Point 3 in the City of Oakley.
According to preliminary information, two people are dead and they are investigating whether this was a murder or a murder-suicide.
Police and fire responded to the incident where there was a report of a subject bleeding from the head and police had guns drawn. A short time later one person was confirmed dead and CPR in progress. By 8:45 am, both subjects were dead according to police.
Update 10:00 am
It appears the suspects are known to one another, possibly related. No outstanding suspects at this time per Oakley Police who did not elaborate further.
Multiple gunshots were fired at the scene by the subjects involved including one subject with multiple gunshot wounds to the chest while another subject was inside dead.
This is the first homicide of 2018 for the City of Oakley.
Update 11:14 am per Oakley PD:
This morning at approximately 8:25, we began receiving calls of a suspicious circumstance in the 5700 block of Bridgehead Rd. Upon arrival, our officers located a male subject down in the parking lot bleeding. A second subject was located in a nearby trailer. Both subjects appeared to be suffering from gunshot wounds. Our investigators are interviewing neighbors and other witnesses, the Sheriffs Crime Lab has been requested to assist with processing the scene. At this point, we do not believe there are additional suspects at large, we have not identified the involved parties.
Investigations of this type can be complex and very dynamic. We will update as more information becomes available.
Update 2:00 pm per Oakley PD
Earlier this morning, we reported that our officers were responding to a shooting at the Sandy Cove Mobile Home Park on Bridgehead Road. Our investigators have been working on the case all day.
We have determined that the involved parties are two adult males who are brothers. We have developed information that the two brothers have been involved in a long standing dispute over real estate transactions and finances. A dispute ensued between the two men at the trailer park. One of the brothers sustained multiple gunshot wounds, he died at the scene in front of the trailer. The second brother sustained what we believe to be a self inflicted gunshot wound, he also died at the scene.
All indications are that this is a murder suicide, there are no outstanding suspects.
We are working with the families of both parties in this case as we continue with our investigation. We are not identifying the involved parties at this time. Our investigation is continuing, we will update with further details later today or tomorrow morning.
The Oakley Police Department identified the two individuals involved in Thursdays incident. The two deceased men were identified as Jesus Tellez, 47 of Antioch and Martin Tellez, 51 of Oakley.