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OAKLAND — A beloved co-owner of a Filipino restaurant was killed in a shooting Wednesday night in an East Oakland neighborhood.

An Instagram post early Thursday from Lucky Three Seven, a popular spot at Fruitvale and Brookdale avenues, said that Jun Anabo, 39, died in the shooting. The restaurant will be closed until further notice.

“He didn’t deserve this. It’s just not fair,” friend and partner Melinda Bun said at an emotional press conference outside the restaurant Thursday. Whoever did the shooting “took a really, really, really good person from a lot of people. He did so much.”

Oakland police officers found Anabo shot when they responded around 9:45 p.m. to the 2800 block of Brookdale, the same block as the restaurant, police said. An ambulance took him to a hospital, where he died, police said.

Anabo had been looking forward to his 40th birthday on May 28 and was closing up the restaurant and starting to do preparations for it just before the shooting, according to good friend Marcus Gamez.

“We heard gunshots. It sounded like fireworks,” he said. “We called the police … A lot of hysteria was going on, so I’m trying to calm people down.”

The homicide is the 43rd of the year investigated by Oakland police. The CHP has investigated three fatal shootings that have happened on Oakland freeways, including one that ended with a crash and a fourth fatality Wednesday night.

Friends said Anabo has an 11-year-old son.

“He made sure everybody was good, even if he wasn’t,” Bun said. “He gave back. He fed. He helped me become a better person. I have a restaurant myself and he helped me build mine up.”

The restaurant did not say when it may re-open.

“Lucky Three Seven will be taking some time off until further notice,” the social media post read. “We apologize for the inconvenience. We have entered a time of uncertainty. And although Jun would want us to keep it moving and keep it pushing we find ourselves lost without him.”

Police said they have not established a motive in Anabo’s killing. No arrests were announced and no suspect information was released.

“I mean words can’t describe, because he was such a special person,” Bun said. “He’s my life partner. We had lots of plans together, and he had a lot of plans.”

Police and Crime Stoppers of Oakland for information leading to an arrest. Anyone with information may contact at 510-238-3326 or Crime Stoppers at 510-777-8572.

This is a developing story. Please check back for updates.





OAKLAND — A beloved co-owner of a Filipino restaurant was killed in a shooting Wednesday night in an East Oakland neighborhood.

An Instagram post early Thursday from Lucky Three Seven, a popular spot at Fruitvale and Brookdale avenues, said that Jun Anabo, 39, died in the shooting. The restaurant will be closed until further notice.

“He didn’t deserve this. It’s just not fair,” friend and partner Melinda Bun said at an emotional press conference outside the restaurant Thursday. Whoever did the shooting “took a really, really, really good person from a lot of people. He did so much.”

Oakland police officers found Anabo shot when they responded around 9:45 p.m. to the 2800 block of Brookdale, the same block as the restaurant, police said. An ambulance took him to a hospital, where he died, police said.

Anabo had been looking forward to his 40th birthday on May 28 and was closing up the restaurant and starting to do preparations for it just before the shooting, according to good friend Marcus Gamez.

“We heard gunshots. It sounded like fireworks,” he said. “We called the police … A lot of hysteria was going on, so I’m trying to calm people down.”

The homicide is the 43rd of the year investigated by Oakland police. The CHP has investigated three fatal shootings that have happened on Oakland freeways, including one that ended with a crash and a fourth fatality Wednesday night.

Friends said Anabo has an 11-year-old son.

“He made sure everybody was good, even if he wasn’t,” Bun said. “He gave back. He fed. He helped me become a better person. I have a restaurant myself and he helped me build mine up.”

The restaurant did not say when it may re-open.

“Lucky Three Seven will be taking some time off until further notice,” the social media post read. “We apologize for the inconvenience. We have entered a time of uncertainty. And although Jun would want us to keep it moving and keep it pushing we find ourselves lost without him.”

Police said they have not established a motive in Anabo’s killing. No arrests were announced and no suspect information was released.

“I mean words can’t describe, because he was such a special person,” Bun said. “He’s my life partner. We had lots of plans together, and he had a lot of plans.”

Police and Crime Stoppers of Oakland for information leading to an arrest. Anyone with information may contact at 510-238-3326 or Crime Stoppers at 510-777-8572.

This is a developing story. Please check back for updates.

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