OAKLAND -- Baby Knowland is having a busy week, and he's only three days old.
First he was delivered at a Shell gas station in Knowland Park on Friday night with the help of three Oakland police officers.
Then came the media spotlight on his parents, requests for interviews and photos.
On Tuesday afternoon, the world will finally get its first glimpse at the healthy 7 pound, 9 ounce baby boy. Officers will reunite with the baby and his parents at the Eastmont police substation, said police spokeswoman Officer Johnna Watson.
The Oakland Zoo, which is near the gas station where Knowland was born, plans to give the family a one-year membership to the park.
"The baby was born right across the street, so we wanted to give a gift to the family," said zoo spokeswoman Nicky Mora.
Watson said police will also give the baby an Oakland Police Department Teddy bear.
Officers Charles Stone, Sean Bowling and Jeffhry Cid were meeting with a Shell gas station clerk about 6:30 p.m. Friday when a frantic man ran to them, saying his wife was in labor in their SUV and they couldn't make it to the hospital.
Cid is a former registered nurse and the baby was delivered smoothly at the gas station at 9750 Golf Links Road. The couple's 8-year-old son was in the backseat during the delivery. The baby was taken to the hospital by an ambulance crews.