BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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Vincent Bryant, who had been previously charged with multiple felonies in January, is now suing the city of Berkeley and the Berkeley Police Department on allegations of overall misconduct during his arrest.
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Vincent Bryant, who had been previously charged with multiple felonies in January, is now suing the city of Berkeley and the Berkeley Police Department on allegations of overall misconduct during his arrest.
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Berkeley Copwatch is questioning an incident between the Berkeley Police Department and a suspect after five officers surrounded the suspect and shot him with a less-lethal foam baton round, according to a video provided by Berkeley Copwatch.
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Berkeley Copwatch is questioning an incident between the Berkeley Police Department and a suspect after five officers surrounded the suspect and shot him with a less-lethal foam baton round, according to a video provided by Berkeley Copwatch.
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The family of Kayla Moore, a 41-year-old Black transgender woman who died in Berkeley Police Department custody, is appealing a wrongful death suit against the city at the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in January.
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The family of Kayla Moore, a 41-year-old Black transgender woman who died in Berkeley Police Department custody, is appealing a wrongful death suit against the city at the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in January.
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A pretrial hearing for the death of Kayla Moore, who died in the custody of Berkeley Police Department officers, was called off by presiding Judge Charles Breyer on Wednesday afternoon in order for him to privately assess both sides’ arguments.
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A pretrial hearing for the death of Kayla Moore, who died in the custody of Berkeley Police Department officers, was called off by presiding Judge Charles Breyer on Wednesday afternoon in order for him to privately assess both sides’ arguments.
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At the Friday hearing, U.S. Senior District Judge Charles Breyer said he did not dismiss the case because he wanted to verify with the evidence whether the involved officers used excessive force or engaged in false arrest.
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At the Friday hearing, U.S. Senior District Judge Charles Breyer said he did not dismiss the case because he wanted to verify with the evidence whether the involved officers used excessive force or engaged in false arrest.
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A lawsuit filed against the city of Berkeley last week alleges that city police officers played a role in the death of Kayla Moore, a transgender individual who died last year.
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A lawsuit filed against the city of Berkeley last week alleges that city police officers played a role in the death of Kayla Moore, a transgender individual who died last year.
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