Suspect arrested by Berkeley police, charged with stalking, shooting a vehicle

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On April 22, a 34-year-old Pleasanton resident allegedly stalked and threatened another man with a gun in the area of Fairview and Adeline streets. The resident was arrested in Pleasanton by Berkeley Police Department officers and charged with stalking and shooting a vehicle.

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The Alameda County District Attorney’s Office charged a suspect Friday with stalking and shooting a vehicle in Berkeley.

On April 22, the suspect — a 34-year-old Pleasanton resident — allegedly stalked and threatened another man with a gun in the area of Fairview and Adeline streets, according to a city of Berkeley press release. Although the man escaped, the suspect allegedly shot the man’s parked vehicle.

The suspect was arrested in Pleasanton by Berkeley Police Department officers with the East County SWAT team assisting in the arrest, the press release added.

On May 14, the suspect was charged with stalking and shooting a vehicle, according to the press release. He was also charged with vandalism, possession of a firearm as a felon, concealed carry and performing criminal enhancements on a firearm.

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