Both of the people robbed at gunpoint were women in their 50s, police said.
Authorities say they found him driving the stolen car in Antioch the next day.
There were some reports that the would-be robber also was shot and was seen limping away from the area.
The 16-year-old passed out when he was punched and choked during the attack, police said.
A woman told police she was sitting in her car waiting for her daughter when a bullet came through her window.
They have been charged with a carjacking in Daly City and are tied to carjackings in San Francisco, Oakland and Livermore, authorities say.
The robber shot through the driver’s windshield and took his necklace when he resisted, according to police.
Carjacking is rare in Berkeley and the targeting of BHS students, coaches and their bikes made the incident particularly shocking.
Two residents of a home on 62nd Street in South Berkeley suffered injuries that were not believed to be life threatening.
Berkeley native Tobias Eagle was just 30 years old when he was fatally shot in his backyard on Blake Street. Detectives are still trying to solve the case.
Arrested or charged individuals are presumed innocent.
Police seized several more ghost guns in recent weeks, along with 10 ounces of cocaine and nearly $7,000 cash discovered after a shoplifting call at REI.