Police arrested a man in connection with a series of antisemitic hate crimes in Berkeley, a local resident found a gun in his yard and more.
Police are investigating an attempted carjacking outside Monterey Market, gunfire on Sacramento Street, and the violent attempted robbery of a dog during a walk on Channing Way.
Berkeley police reported on several crimes this week. They appear below. Send tips to Berkeleyside with your public safety questions.
Two 21-year-olds from Berkeley were charged Monday with burglarizing the Campus Store just north of Cal on Saturday morning, authorities report.
Two men were charged this week after police found reciprocating saws, which are often linked to catalytic converter theft, in separate cases over the weekend, authorities report.
Freddie Worthman of Berkeley was released on parole in 2019 after serving a 20-year sentence for a case in which he had been sentenced to 40 years to life, according to police.
Berkeley police officers arrested a man and woman Monday morning after catching them stripping copper wire at Pacific Steel Casting, authorities report.
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Police arrested a driver who sped off during an attempted traffic stop in West Berkeley on Friday after reports of a suspicious vehicle casing cars at the marina.
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Three auto burglary suspects spent the night at Highland Hospital with serious injuries after crashing in South Berkeley late Friday night while fleeing from police, authorities report.