daily californian logo

BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!

2 armed robberies occur in Berkeley in 1 night

article image

DANIEL KIM | FILE

SUPPORT OUR NONPROFIT NEWSROOM

We're an independent student-run newspaper, and need your support to maintain our coverage.

NOVEMBER 16, 2018

Two armed robberies occurred in Berkeley on Thursday evening, according to Nixle alerts released Friday afternoon.

An unknown person was the victim of a robbery with a gun at 2147 Parker St. about 10:22 p.m., according to the alert. Three male suspects stole the victim’s cellphone and went northbound on foot on Fulton Street from Parker Street.

On the same night, about 10:27 p.m., an unknown person was the victim of a robbery by threat of a gun at 2306 Dwight Way, according to the alert. Two male and two female suspects stole the victim’s cellphone, then fled westbound on Dwight Way.

Berkeley Police Department is asking anyone with information about these crimes to call (510) 981-5900.

Hannah Piette is an assistant news editor. Contact her at [email protected] and follow her on Twitter at @Hannah_PietteDC.
LAST UPDATED

NOVEMBER 16, 2018


Related Articles

featured article
A homeless man was arrested early Sunday morning for allegedly grabbing and dragging a woman across the street in Downtown Berkeley, according to Berkeley Police Department spokesperson Officer Byron White.
A homeless man was arrested early Sunday morning for allegedly grabbing and dragging a woman across the street in Downtown Berkeley, according to Berkeley Police Department spokesperson Officer Byron White.
featured article
featured article
Transgender activist and former teacher Dana Rivers is being charged with three counts of murder and will face an arraignment hearing March 21.
Transgender activist and former teacher Dana Rivers is being charged with three counts of murder and will face an arraignment hearing March 21.
featured article
featured article
Berkeley Community United for Police Oversight, or BCUPO, launched its campaign for greater police accountability Sunday at the flea market on Ashby Avenue.
Berkeley Community United for Police Oversight, or BCUPO, launched its campaign for greater police accountability Sunday at the flea market on Ashby Avenue.
featured article