The missing teen was located and returned to her family Wednesday, according to Berkeley police.
Police responded to Prince Street and found the man unresponsive in his vehicle, but he surrendered without incident about three hours later.
A man took matters into his own hands when thieves burglarized his home, and more in the latest crime roundup.
At 7:15 a.m., police used a loudspeaker to call for the suspect to come outside, then made the arrest without incident.
The Grayson shelter has space for about 50 people, and organizers hope it will be a warm, transitional space, rather than a permanent home.
Police said DNA linked the man to at least one of the crime scenes and that surveillance footage, cellphone video and witness identification also helped detectives crack the case.
The installation will feature businesses, churches, and the political and social scene from 1940-2000.
Dorothy Day House will operate the emergency city homeless shelter from July 1 until September 2022.
Readers asked Berkeleyside about several crimes over the past week: a carjacking and a catalytic converter theft Monday as well as three arson reports on New Year’s Day.
Police reported several felony arrests this week and Berkeleyside also received multiple inquiries about an arrest Thursday night.
An old friend of defendant Tony Walker said he confessed to a killing in June and had the same type of gun used in the crime just two days before the Seth Smith homicide.
The gunfire hit so close, police said, drywall from the ceiling fell onto the woman and girl in bed.