The incident began at about 2:15 p.m. when police tried to stop the man in connection with a murder case from another jurisdiction.
More people have been wounded or killed by gunfire in Berkeley this year than in all of 2021.
Police performed CPR on the man until firefighters arrived to take over life-saving efforts, but they were unsuccessful.
Police have detained one person in connection with the incident, but others remain at large, BPD said.
One neighbor told Berkeleyside they were trying to nap when they “heard a series of gunshots and a crash followed by someone screaming.”
It is Berkeley’s second fatal shooting of the year. Last year, there were no homicides in Berkeley.
Witnesses described smoke billowing from the building and people hanging out of windows on the second floor.
Police located the person and said the individual is not a continued threat to the campus.
A woman was walking on Colusa Avenue when a stranger approached her from behind, threatened to have a knife and then sexually assaulted her.
Offices, gyms and more could soon drop face-covering requirements — but only if they follow strict guidelines.
Berkeley will end its mask requirement when the rest of Alameda County reaches low case rates and high vaccination levels.
Police are investigating a bank robbery that happened Monday morning in downtown Berkeley, authorities report.