Murder Suspect in Custody Ineligible for Release on Bond

Murder Suspect in Custody Ineligible for Release on Bond
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OAKLAND — With assistance from the U.S. Marshal  Service, Oakland police arrested a suspect for a murder that occurred last month. Terri M. Perry, a 30-year-old Oakland resident, is in custody ineligible for release on bond.

Perry was apprehended at his residence on September 27 at 6:21 p.m. He was transported and booked into Alameda County Santa Rita Jail on September 28.

The victim, Alphonso Clark, 57, died at his home on the 1700 block of Eleventh Street in West Oakland. He suffered multiple gunshot wounds on September 10 during a robbery shortly after 6 p.m.

Perry allegedly brandished a firearm when the victim opened the door to the residence. He allegedly demanded valuables before fatally shooting the victim.

Investigators identified Perry as the suspect based on recorded surveillance video, witness statements and GPS phone data. Police searched his home and recovered a firearm that he allegedly used for the murder.

Perry faces a lengthy list of charges including murder, use of a firearm, and first-degree residential robbery. His other charges include inflicting great injury on a person and special allegations involving use of a firearm.

Perry who has prior convictions also faces charges for being a felon in possession of a firearm. He has prior arrests for carjacking and possession of a narcotic controlled substance.

Perry’s scheduled plea hearing is October 17. This homicide investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information can contact the Oakland PD homicide section at 510-238-3821.

Murder Suspect in Custody Ineligible for Release on Bond was last modified: October 20th, 2023 by admin
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