A 24-year-old man arrested Wednesday in connection with a fatal shooting in Berkeley in September was charged with murder Friday by the Alameda County district attorney's office.
Relatives and friends of a slain young rap musician killed outside his home in August repeatedly asked police Sunday to help them get justice for Alex Goodwin Jr.
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.
Berkeley police investigators have had a busy week, handling not only the first homicide of 2017, but also making an arrest in the city's last homicide of 2016.
Pablo Gomez Jr. is set to appear in court Tuesday, Jan. 17, for an arraignment hearing.
There has been a lot of discussion in the past year over people using gender-neutral pronouns, specifically the use of “they/them” instead of “he” and “she.”
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.
A UC Berkeley student wanted by police in connection with a homicide Friday, as well as a stabbing that sent a young woman to the hospital, is now in custody, authorities report.
Police are looking for a person described as armed and dangerous who authorities say is responsible for Berkeley’s first homicide of 2017.
Update, Jan. 9: Friends and family have identified Friday’s homicide victim, found at a home on Ashby Avenue, as Berkeley resident Emilie Inman. Inman, who was 27, did not know her killer. Preliminary information reported below indicating she knew that person was incorrect.
Berkeley police officers are looking into an assault Friday morning with links to multiple locations around the city.
Alameda County Superior Court Judge Jon Rolefson has denied a defense motion for a new trial and sentenced Brandon Wallace, 27, to 118 years to life in prison for a 2010 shooting in Berkeley that claimed one life and could have taken another.