The robber was described as a white man in his 60s wearing a dark blue jacket, surgical mask and shorts, police said.
Unlike the shootings on Thursday and Friday, there were no reported victims.
It was the second person shot in the city in just two days.
BPD began getting reports of a shooting in the 1100 block of Channing Way, near Byron Street, just after 7:30 p.m.
“I did it, I shot the gun off in the air,” the woman told officers when they arrived in northwest Berkeley on Monday night, according to BPD.
There has been a series of burglaries targeting the jewelry collections of elderly residents in the Berkeley and Oakland hills, one of them told Berkeleyside.
The man’s death first appeared to have been due to a medical emergency. On Wednesday, police asked for help to find the driver who hit him.
The man hurled two rocks, shattering the window and injuring a man’s shoulder, before he was arrested, police said.
Representatives of the Berkeley Jr Jackets said they are working to create a positive environment for youth and would like more support from the city.
Authorities said the men had gotten out of their vehicles to argue about the collision and were standing in traffic when the other driver hit them.
A court hearing this week was the latest reminder for Diante Craig’s family of a loss that continues to feel senseless.
The mother and child took refuge in Whole Foods after the man grabbed the child, BPD said, and “made a threat to bash the child’s head in.”
Hosea Askew does not dispute that he shot Diante Craig, 29, last year, but his account has shifted. Askew’s attorney says it was self-defense.
The vehicle was a “lowered, dark-color, mid 90’s sedan, with tinted windows (possibly a Nissan Altima),” police said.
The gunfire terrified parents in a nearby park. Councilmember Terry Taplin held a community meeting Sunday.
The driver was a teenage girl with out-of-state license plates, according to preliminary information.