Family ‘destroyed’ after Antioch father killed while driving in Oakland
Mitchell Monroe, a 27-year-old father from Antioch, was tragically shot and killed while driving in Oakland on Saturday.
The incident has left his family devastated, particularly his two young daughters, aged six and one.
The heartbreaking loss has deeply affected six-year-old Arabella, who expressed her sadness at not being able to see her father anymore.
Mitchell Monroe was driving his Infinity vehicle when he was shot around 4 a.m.
He subsequently crashed near Keller in Fontaine, close to an on-ramp to Interstate 580.
As of now, the Oakland Police have not made any arrests, and the motive behind the shooting remains unknown.
The family is struggling to comprehend the tragedy and is seeking answers.
Arabella’s aunt, Christina, described Mitchell as an amazing person with a kind heart.
He cherished his family and had been in a relationship with the mother of his daughters for about a decade.
In September, he had just obtained his barber’s license, showing his determination and ambition.
According to the grieving family, Mitchell Monroe was selfless and always went above and beyond for his loved ones.
His girls meant everything to him, and he would do anything to make them happy.
The family is appealing to the public for assistance, urging anyone who witnessed anything on Oakland City streets or the freeway to come forward with information.
Even the smallest piece of information could be crucial in solving this case and providing some closure to the grieving family.
Oakland Police are urging anyone who has any information related to the incident to contact them.
The loss of Mitchell Monroe has left a void in the lives of his family members, who are now grappling with the immense pain and sorrow of losing a loved one.
They are hopeful that the community will rally together to support them during this difficult time.
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