It’s the second hate crime arrest for Antoinette Archimede, and the first time the DA’s office has filed hate crime charges in Berkeley, this year.
Berkeley police: Helicopter footage shows chase, arrest of armed man
Dramatic aerial footage from the Contra Costa County sheriff’s helicopter shows the pursuit as it happened.
Kiovonni LaRoyce Lyles, 28, identified as man found dead at People’s Park
Lyles was inspired by Bay Area hip-hop music and hoped to be a producer.
Building on a radical tradition, workers at Moe’s Books unionize
Workers voted on March 9 to join a union in order to address what they consider a lack of COVID-19 safety controls.
After DNA link to 1997 rape of teenage boy in Berkeley Hills, man charged
Police say the man enticed the teenager with marijuana and offered him a ride home, then locked the doors, drove him around and ultimately sodomized him.
Police investigate robbery series that started in mid-March
Berkeley Police Chief Jen Louis said detectives have “some very promising investigative leads” and that she’s put extra officers on patrol.
Woman charged with attempted murder after People’s Park stabbing
Police said the woman who was stabbed in a tent in People’s Park on Saturday had serious injuries but is expected to survive.
Man charged with stabbing 21-year-old UC Berkeley student
“My son got lucky,” the father of the student told Berkeleyside on Wednesday. “This could happen to anyone.”
Man and woman attacked in unrelated stabbings in Southside Berkeley
Both victims were rushed to the hospital but were in stable condition Monday, police said. Authorities have made arrests in both cases.
Berkeley crime log: Gunfire, Monterey Market carjacking attempt, 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.
Protesters tear down fences at Berkeley rally to save People’s Park
With echoes of People’s Park’s legacy of resistance, protesters reacted Friday to UC Berkeley taking the first steps towards developing the land for student housing.
Le Bateau Ivre is currently closed but aims to sail another day
The owner of this nearly 49-year-old ‘Old World’ Berkeley restaurant says she wants to stay in business to see its 50th year. She plans to reopen Le Bateau Ivre in a few weeks.