BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 28, 2022

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A Concord man, Alfredo Bautista, allegedly admitted to a police officer he used a cigarette lighter to start Wednesday’s Grizzly Fire after a road rage incident earlier in the morning.
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A Concord man, Alfredo Bautista, allegedly admitted to a police officer he used a cigarette lighter to start Wednesday’s Grizzly Fire after a road rage incident earlier in the morning.
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The Grizzly Fire, which started Wednesday afternoon at the intersection of Grizzly Peak Boulevard and Fish Ranch Road in the Berkeley Hills, is no longer actively burning, according to Oakland Fire Department Battalion Chief Melinda Drayton.
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The Grizzly Fire, which started Wednesday afternoon at the intersection of Grizzly Peak Boulevard and Fish Ranch Road in the Berkeley Hills, is no longer actively burning, according to Oakland Fire Department Battalion Chief Melinda Drayton.
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UCPD arrested a suspect Wednesday afternoon for an alleged incident involving arson that occurred on Grizzly Peak Boulevard at 1:07 p.m., one minute after Berkeley Police Department and Berkeley Fire Department received a report of “a column of smoke and flames” in the direction of the Berkeley Hills at 1:06 p.m.
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UCPD arrested a suspect Wednesday afternoon for an alleged incident involving arson that occurred on Grizzly Peak Boulevard at 1:07 p.m., one minute after Berkeley Police Department and Berkeley Fire Department received a report of “a column of smoke and flames” in the direction of the Berkeley Hills at 1:06 p.m.
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A fire which broke out at the intersection of Grizzly Peak Boulevard and Fish Ranch Road in the Berkeley Hills yesterday is currently 50 percent contained, according to Oakland Fire Department Battalion Chief Melinda Drayton.
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A fire which broke out at the intersection of Grizzly Peak Boulevard and Fish Ranch Road in the Berkeley Hills yesterday is currently 50 percent contained, according to Oakland Fire Department Battalion Chief Melinda Drayton.
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About 200 firefighters from nine local fire departments, including Berkeley Fire Department, Oakland Fire Department and the Alameda County Fire Department, responded to a 20-acre fire in the Berkeley Hills that caused evacuations on a number of evacuations at campus properties.
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About 200 firefighters from nine local fire departments, including Berkeley Fire Department, Oakland Fire Department and the Alameda County Fire Department, responded to a 20-acre fire in the Berkeley Hills that caused evacuations on a number of evacuations at campus properties.
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