A Berkeley police officer fired her weapon at the vehicle of several people who had just stolen items from a CVS pharmacy in July, according to police and new video recordings released by the department Tuesday evening.
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He was born in England but moved to the U.S. in 1954 to work as an architect. He was also known for his stunning notecards and his many commentaries on architecture in the local papers.