Following the resolution of the case, police released surveillance footage — for the first time — from the most “brazen” of the Berkeley shootings.
Phone records, photos and a Honda helped police zero in on a third suspect from gang-related shootings in April, court papers show. He’s also been linked to two other gang shootings, including one on I-580, police say.
A Berkeley man charged with three gun-related felonies also had $10,000 in cash taken from him during his arrest outside his apartment complex in July, according to court papers.
Two young men have now been charged with a pair of gang-related shootings in Berkeley earlier this year after a new arrest last week, according to court papers.
A 34-year-old cook on probation is in custody Monday after being arrested over the weekend on suspicion of having a loaded stolen gun, authorities report.
Investigations into back-to-back gang-related shootings on the same night have led to felony charges against two young men, according to police.
A driver who tried to walk away from a traffic stop in South Berkeley was arrested Wednesday night after punching a police officer, authorities report.
No victims were found in either of two nearby locations where shell casings were found.
A man was shot Friday night in South Berkeley, authorities report, but he is expected to survive.
Two weeks after the trial began, an Alameda County Superior Court jury found Anthony Durant guilty of gunning down his childhood friend Christian Sheppard during a dice game in South Berkeley in 2015.
Berkeley police handled two significant incidents over the weekend involving gunfire, one that sent a man to the hospital and another that led to the arrest of three 18-year-olds. Police have been unable to respond to a request for information about the incidents, so Berkeleyside reviewed scanner transmissions to learn, at least preliminarily, about what took place. […]
After hearing sometimes chilling testimony from three witnesses at a preliminary hearing Tuesday in Alameda County Superior Court, Judge Trina Thompson ordered Anthony Durant to stand trial in the October 2015 killing of Christian Sheppard, Berkeley’s only recorded homicide last year. Sheppard, 24, the father of two young daughters, was fatally shot on the night of Oct. 6 behind the apartment complex at […]