Man shot by Bay Area gas station clerk for parking too long: police

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SAN LEANDRO (BCN) A gas station clerk suspected of shooting a San Leandro man multiple times last week told authorities he was upset that the victim had parked at the station’s lot for a lengthy time, police said Tuesday.

The victim, currently listed in critical condition, called police to report the shooting about 5:20 a.m. April 16 as he was driving away with gunshot wounds from the Shell station at 2175 Marina Blvd., police Lt. Ali Khan said.

He made it about 2 miles away to the 500 block of West Juana Avenue, where he was found by police taken to a trauma hospital.

The clerk, 31-year-old Sergio Williams, was arrested in Fremont within hours of the shooting on suspicion of attempted homicide, police said.

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