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Berkeley police respond to Tuesday shooting at Parker Street

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FEBRUARY 16, 2016

The Berkeley Police Department is investigating a shooting that occurred in the 1100 block of Parker Street on Tuesday night.

According to a BPD crime alert, three people were reported injured, who have been transported to a local hospitals. BPD first responded when residents reported gun shots at around 7:40 p.m., as first reported by Berkeleyside.

Officers arrived at the scene to find three victims — all male Berkeley residents — suffering from gunshot wounds.  Two of the victims, aged 16 and 18, sustained serious injuries, while one, 19, received a non-life threatening injury. All three victims were transported to a local hospital and treated for their injuries.

Parker Street is also now open to all traffic.

Anyone with information is asked to call BPD’s 24-hour tip line at (510) 981-5900.

Check back for updates. 

Contact Adrienne Shih at  or on Twitter

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FEBRUARY 16, 2016


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