Two people are dead after Tuesday’s crash on Marin Avenue, police said just after 3:20 p.m.
Shootings have been on the rise in Berkeley since 2018: There have already been twice as many this year as there were in 2020.
Data about where police use rifles, launchers and other “controlled” equipment will now be public. Officials said it’s a matter of racial justice.
It’s the second hate crime arrest for Antoinette Archimede, and the first time the DA’s office has filed hate crime charges in Berkeley, this year.
Dramatic aerial footage from the Contra Costa County sheriff’s helicopter shows the pursuit as it happened.
Police found casings but no victims at University Avenue and West Frontage Road, authorities said.
Police investigated two shootings, made two hate crime arrests and seized several guns during traffic stops. Strangers attacked two older women.
School resource officer program wins over committee but school board members still question if police are needed to keep schools safe.
The 80-page analysis — the first known assessment of its kind — was published Thursday by city auditor Jenny Wong.
The man also followed women in several other cities, police said. He is no longer in custody and police are seeking additional witnesses.
The city says the process will focus on finding diverse candidates and that it will involve robust community engagement.
One parent who witnessed the incident told police it was “super disturbing” and that Herbert Blue’s behavior was sexually motivated.