Shooting at California Christian College Leaves Seven Dead (UPDATED)

Gunman went to confront an administrator at Oikos University, police said.

A shooting rampage at a Korean Christian college in Oakland, California, left seven dead and three wounded Monday.

Police arrested One Goh, 43, a former student at Oikos University, for the execution-style shooting and questioned him Monday evening. Goh, who admitted his involvement, allegedly went to the college to confront a female administrator who was not there at the time. He then took a receptionist hostage and went into a classroom, where he shot the receptionist and ordered students to line up against the wall, Police Chief Howard Jordan told CNN. When some of them did not cooperate, Goh opened fire, Jordan said.

"This was a calculated, cold-blooded execution in the classroom," Jordan said, adding that Goh "does not appear to be remorseful at all." Police have not yet recovered Goh's weapon.

Oikos University, which has programs for nursing, theology, music, and Asian medicine, caters to the Korean-American church. Its top institutional objectives are to "demonstrate a comprehensive ...

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