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Posted inCommunity, Crime, Crime & Safety

Two years after the shooting of Pamula Mullins, Berkeley police are still looking for clues to her killing

Cathy White has never forgotten the last phone conversation she had with her younger sister, Pamula Mullins. It was the evening of Dec. 4, 2012. The two sisters were discussing what each would make for Christmas dinner. Mullins offered to make her “messy” salad – a salad chock full of things other than lettuce – and […]

Posted inCrime, Crime & Safety

Shooting of bicyclist Pam Mullins in Berkeley not random

The shooting of 50-year-old Pam Mullins as she was riding her bike on Sacramento Street on Dec. 4 was a targeted attack and not a random killing, according to authorities. Mullins was not the victim of a bullet gone astray, but someone who was intentionally targeted, said Officer Jennifer Coats, police spokeswoman. Police declined to […]

Posted inCrime, Crime & Safety

Sacramento Street neighbors reel from latest shooting

Update, 6:44 p.m.: The Berkeley Police Department has confirmed the identity of shooting victim Pamela Mullins, 50, of Berkeley. Mullins was killed in the 2700 block of Sacramento Street. According to a written statement released at 6:28 p.m.: “BPD detectives are continuing to work hard to gather information and determine a motive for this incident.” Update, 5 […]