FBI and Oakland Police Department Offer $30,000 Reward

OAKLAND—The FBI San Francisco Division and the Oakland Police Department are asking for the public’s help in solving the murder four years ago of Patrick Scott, Jr. The FBI is offering a reward of up to $20,000 for information leading to the arrest of the individual(s) responsible for Patrick Scott, Jr.’s death, and Oakland Crime Stoppers has offered an additional reward of up to $10,000 for information.

On the morning of February 3, 2018, Patrick Scott, Jr., 27 years old, was waiting at the bus stop at 62nd Street and Market Street in Oakland, California, to go to his grandmother’s house. An unknown person approached him and fired multiple shots, fatally striking him.

“We are asking the community to please come forward if you have any information on the senseless murder of Patrick Scott, Jr.,” said FBI Special Agent in Charge Craig Fair. “We believe someone has knowledge that can help law enforcement solve this crime. Please help us find justice for Patrick and his family.”

“I continue to support the pursuit of justice for the homicide of Patrick Scott, Jr.,” said Oakland Police Chief LeRonne L. Armstrong. “OPD continues to be committed to identifying the individual(s) responsible for the homicide of Scott, Jr. and all families of unsolved homicide victims in Oakland. I join the Scott family in asking the public, if you have information that can help this investigation, please share it with law enforcement.”

Anyone with information about this case is asked to call the Oakland Police Department Homicide Section at 510-238-3821 or the FBI San Francisco Division at 415-553-7400 or online at tips.fbi.gov. All tips may remain anonymous.