A devastating murder case concluded Friday in Alameda County Superior Court with a judge finding Pablo Gomez Jr. not guilty by reason of insanity and confining the convicted killer to a state mental hospital for decades.
A UC Berkeley student recounted being attacked and stabbed by a friend, right after the killing of another woman in January, during an emotional hearing in a murder case Monday.
A young man with deep Berkeley ties, bound for college with dreams of being a computer engineer, was fatally shot over the weekend in North Oakland.
Pablo Gomez Jr., 22, was arraigned in Alameda County Superior Court on Tuesday on four felony counts involving three female victims.
An artist and a singer, an adventurer and an educator, Emilie Inman was unapologetically herself, a young woman who helped others love themselves better, and was known for her deep belief in unconditional love.
Pablo Gomez Jr. is set to appear in court Tuesday, Jan. 17, for an arraignment hearing.
Friends and family have identified Friday’s homicide victim, found at a Berkeley home on Ashby Avenue, as 27-year-old Berkeley resident Emilie Inman.
Police are looking for a person described as armed and dangerous who authorities say is responsible for Berkeley’s first homicide of 2017.
Berkeley police officers are looking into an assault Friday morning with links to multiple locations around the city.