The family said they do not understand many of the decisions made by police and are concerned race may have played a role in their approach.
A mother and her daughter were walking in Berkeley when a motorist struck them around 10 p.m. Monday. The daughter survived.
Chuck Feezel had struggled since childhood with a constellation of physical and mental challenges that required serious psychiatric treatment.
Charles Franklin Feezel was taken to Highland Hospital with critical injuries and died 12 days later.
The driver left the area in what police described as a “lowered, dark-color, mid 90’s sedan, with tinted windows (possibly a Nissan Altima).”
Police believe the deaths at Civic Center Park resulted from a “bad batch” of drugs laced with fentanyl.
Mitchell, 17, was killed in an Oakland shooting last month. He is remembered as a budding scientist, loyal friend and source of positivity.
Police do not believe foul play was involved.
Friends and family remember Ross Schultz and Dixie Lewis, daughter of author Michael Lewis and Tabitha Soren, who died in a crash Tuesday.
As of this week, police say they still don’t know what caused the May 11 collision, which killed two people.
Ross Schultz and Dixie Lewis were driving toward Truckee on Tuesday.
“It is a dangerous street,” one local resident told Berkeleyside. “It’s just sad that this occasion has made this come to people’s attention.”