Man Shot By Sergeant Dies; Photo Released Of Fake Gun

Terrence Barry

The Alameda County Sheriff’s Department says the man they shot in a strange incident Friday night in Castro Valley has died.

Sheriff’s officials say Terrence Barry, 50, died in Eden Hospital Sunday after being struck by two of three bullets fired by a sergeant.

That sergeant was part of a team that had surrounded a house on the 3400 block of Lake Chabot Road after authorities received a call at around 7 p.m. Friday from residents of a house in which Barry lived. These residents said they were leaving the house because Barry was threatening them, authorities told Patch Friday night.

In between the original call from the residents and the arrival of the sheriff’s deputies, authorities say Barry phoned the Alameda County Sheriff’s Department. Authorities say Barry told then that he knew the deputies were coming, that he was armed with a machine gun and that he was ready to “rock and roll.”

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