The Berkeley Fire Department rushed the woman to Highland Hospital in an effort to save her life. She was not breathing and had no pulse.
The 23-year-old Berkeley man was walking home when four men demanded his property, then stabbed him when he fought to keep it.
A 37-year-old Berkeley man had been walking in Aquatic Park when a stranger confronted him, pistol-whipped him and shot him as he fled.
BPD handled three shooting investigations since Friday, including one that broke a woman’s window. Police do not believe she was targeted.
The principal told parents that the students were “physically safe” but “emotionally shaken” by what had happened.
Officers found indications that shots had been fired, BPD said.
Following the resolution of the case, police released surveillance footage — for the first time — from the most “brazen” of the Berkeley shootings.
It is unusual for Berkeley to have so many robbery reports in one night. The city has regularly averaged one robbery a day in recent years.
“We hope the coroner’s investigation and autopsy may reveal more,” police said Thursday.
Police were investigating a report of a prowler outside a teenage girl’s window when a neighbor began screaming about a stranger in her home.
“This incident is currently being actively investigated,” BPD said.
Police have not said what may have prompted the gunfire. BPD told Berkeleyside the investigation is ongoing.