Berkeley resident charged with assault, possession of a firearm after ‘drive-by’ paintball shootings

Eighteen-year-old Berkeley resident Daylon Davis was charged with “assaulting a person by means of force likely to produce great bodily injury” and for being a “felon in possession of a firearm” March 4, after allegedly committing six “drive-by style paintball assaults,” according to Berkeley Police Department spokesperson Officer Byron White.
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Berkeley school district responds to claims in lawsuit

Berkeley Unified School District claimed its staff took appropriate actions to report a case of sexual assault amid allegations that they did not do so correctly. On Jan. 31, a student filed a lawsuit alleging that a counselor failed to report her case of sexual assault to the proper authorities.
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