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Police in Oakland's Chinatown say they only want "good witnesses" to crime instead of locals taking matters into their own hands. New Oakland Chief of Police LeRonne Armstrong made the comment after the arrest of a businessman who used his personal firearm to end a Feb. 15 robbery outside his store. (Image: KPIX-5 CBS video screenshot)

Police in Oakland's Chinatown say they only want "good witnesses" to crime instead of locals taking matters into their own hands. New Oakland Chief of Police LeRonne Armstrong made the comment after the arrest of a businessman who used his personal firearm to end a Feb. 15 robbery outside his store. (Image: KPIX-5 CBS video screenshot)

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