OAKLAND -- A reputed gang member who was free on bail in a pending gun case has been charged in a West Oakland shooting Jan. 11 that left a suspected rival dead and two other men uninjured, authorities said Wednesday.

Lamar Eric Webster, 21, who gave a Concord address, is charged with one count of murder and two counts of attempted murder in the attack, which happened about 4:15 p.m. in the 3400 block of West Street. Other suspects are still being sought, police said.

Killed was Eddiebo Rodriguez, 20, of Oakland, who was driving an Audi with two other men as passengers, police said.

Police would not identify the gangs but said they are among those responsible for an upsurge in violence in the city that began last summer. Even though the shooting was gang-motivated, the charges against Webster so far do not include any gang enhancement clauses, although that could change in the future, authorities said.

The killing was one of four in a six-hour period that police have said all had links to gangs.

Officer Steve Bang said Webster and other gunmen had gotten out of a car and opened fire on Rodriguez's vehicle as it drove on West Street. Rodriguez was the only one in the Audi hit by gunfire. He died later at a hospital.

Some homes in the area were hit by gunfire, but no one else was hurt.

Police said witnesses were able to identify Webster as one of the gunmen. He was arrested Saturday and denied involvement in the shooting, Bang said.

According to authorities, Webster was free on $40,000 bail at the time of the shooting for a May 3, 2012 case where he was arrested and charged with carrying a concealed firearm and carrying a loaded firearm. According to court records, a police officer thought Webster was carrying a gun at a shrine for a homicide victim in East Oakland. Police later stopped a car that had left the shrine. Webster was a passenger in the car, and police found the gun, a semi-automatic pistol with a 30 round clip attached, the records state.

At the time of that arrest, Webster was on probation for an October 2011 conviction for carrying a concealed firearm, authorities said.

Staff writer Paul T. Rosynsky contributed to this report.