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Car found wedged between bollards on Sproul Plaza

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DECEMBER 16, 2019

Officers from UCPD found a car wedged between the campus bollards on Sproul Plaza on Thursday at Telegraph Avenue and Bancroft Way.

The time frame this incident occurred is unavailable, according to UCPD spokesperson Sgt. Nicolas Hernandez.

“The driver, 18 year old Colby Thomas, was arrested for Driving under the influence and booked into the Berkeley City Jail,” Sgt. Hernandez said in an email.

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DECEMBER 16, 2019


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