The Police Accountability Board has indicated plans to launch its own independent investigation.
A 58-year-old Berkeley man was charged with vehicular hit-and-run causing injury, driving without a license and parole violation.
The man claimed to have a knife and said he wanted a hug. Police say he did something similar in September to a girl on Gilman Street.
Police seized three shotguns and two handguns from the man’s home on University Avenue, authorities report.
The 100-foot-high Monterey pine stood in her Central Berkeley neighborhood — until it was taken down.
The driver was a teenage girl with out-of-state license plates, according to preliminary information.
On Tuesday, authorities charged Anatoly Smolkin with disturbing religious meetings and civil rights violations, both of which are hate crimes.
Police said the man “yelled threatening anti-Semitic statements” at the synagogue and also tried to enter a Jewish community center nearby.
The city may adjust its laws in order to landmark the Bancroft Way home the vice-president lived in as a child.
The facility has the highest number of cases at any facility in Alameda County, with 29 active cases among residents as of Sunday, and 12 cases among staff.
Police arrested three young men after reports of gunfire, with one driver chasing another, in central Berkeley early Friday morning.
Berkeley’s zoning board has approved eight medium-to-large housing projects around the city in 2020 totalling 560 units. See the roundup.