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After a three and half hour standoff, Berkeley police arrested a 65-year old man on Wednesday who had barricaded himself in a house on Parker Street armed with a machete and saw.
Citizen reporter Carole Leita sent in this snap of a poster on the corner of Shattuck and Henry. Do any readers have a clue what it means?
According to local media reports, a man barricaded himself in a home on Parker and Acton around 7:00am this morning with a machete and knife. A 15-strong Berkeley police SWAT team used battering rams to enter the house and remove the man at around 10:20am.
By Niclas Ericsson
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