Two Women Feuding in Oakland: One Woman Killed and her Alleged Murderer Jailed
OAKLAND – Two feuding women had a fateful encounter in a rough West Oakland neighborhood. One woman was fatally shot multiple times and the woman who allegedly murdered her was arrested earlier this month.
Makyla Brown, 19 of Sacramento, was wanted on an outstanding arrest warrant, stemming from charges filed against her in October. She was taken into custody at 2670 South 28 th Street in Oakland.
The victim was 20-year-old Emone Fuller who lived in Fresno. She was fatally shot on the 1400 block of 20 Th Avenue in Oakland. This happened on August 27 at 2:33 a.m. Fuller was found bloodied lying on the pavement, where she was pronounced dead shortly afterward.
Investigators learned the suspect and victim engaged in an ongoing personal feud, which climaxed tragically on a residential street in West Oakland.
Evidence implicating the suspect to this fatal shooting was obtained from a video surveillance camera, witnesses, and other sources. The victim was fatally shot, apparently after getting into a dispute with the suspect.
Brown was taken into custody by Oakland PD on January 13 at 3:30 p.m. She was transported and booked into Santa Rita Jail on January 14 at 2:26 a.m., where she remains in custody.
Brown is ineligible for release on bond, pending a plea hearing scheduled for January 21 at the East County Hall of Justice.
In addition to a charge for murder, Brown also faces three special allegations for use of a firearm, discharge of a firearm and causing great bodily injury.