A 58-year-old Berkeley man was charged with vehicular hit-and-run causing injury, driving without a license and parole violation.
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The roadway, which was built on a causeway, has deteriorated so much that it has been reviled as one of the worst in the city.
Police seized three shotguns and two handguns from the man’s home on University Avenue, authorities report.
The man hurled two rocks, shattering the window and injuring a man’s shoulder, before he was arrested, police said.
On Tuesday, authorities charged Anatoly Smolkin with disturbing religious meetings and civil rights violations, both of which are hate crimes.
A preliminary investigation by the Berkeley Fire Department points to an electrical malfunction.
One resident was taken to the hospital for an asthma attack related to the fire, but there were no other injuries. As of Sunday, the cause was unknown.
Police said the man “yelled threatening anti-Semitic statements” at the synagogue and also tried to enter a Jewish community center nearby.
Work will start in mid-August on a $6.2 million project improving University Avenue and other roads at the Berkeley Marina.
Police found casings but no victims at University Avenue and West Frontage Road, authorities said.
The driver may have lost control and struck a fence, trapping the man under her white Toyota sedan, first responders said over the radio.