Charges could be filed as early as Wednesday against five teens, two of them just 14, arrested in connection with the killing of an off-duty San Jose paramedic inside his vehicle.
The case is headed to the Alameda County district attorney, the Oakland Tribune reported.
The teens were arrested in connection with the killing of Quinn Boyer, 34, a San Jose paramedic who was inside his vehicle, police told the Oakland Tribune.
Boyer, a newly married 34-year-old, was memorialized Tuesday at St. Theresa Catholic Church in Oakland after a service that drew hundreds of friends, relatives, firefighters, paramedics, police and city leaders, including Oakland Mayor Jean Quan.
The suspects allegedly pulled up in a vehicle alongside Boyer and opened fire about noon on April 2 at Kellar Avenue and Hansom Drive in the Oakland Hills.
Boyer, who died two days later, had dropped off his father after taking him to see a doctor and was alone when he was shot, The Tribune reported.