A driver charged with fleeing the scene after hitting a 69-year-old man on his bicycle in North Berkeley in mid-September changed her not guilty plea to a no-contest plea Wednesday in an Alameda County courtroom.
A Berkeley father has asked neighbors to help him find a hit-and-run driver who struck his daughter’s stroller — while she was in it — during a walk in the Berkeley Hills over the weekend.
Police arrested a Berkeley driver Saturday morning after she ran down a 69-year-old man on his bicycle, leaving him with broken ribs and other injuries, then fled, according to police.
Lacisha Atkins turned herself in after police publicized the warrant for her arrest.
A hit-and-run driver struck 75-year-old Julian Curran, who grew up in Berkeley, while he biked on Fulton Street and Ashby Avenue in March.
A 74-year-old Berkeley cyclist was sent to the hospital after a driver hit him and fled the scene Saturday afternoon.
A man was taken to Highland Hospital with serious injuries on Friday after trying to stop robbers from taking his laptop, according to authorities and unconfirmed scanner audio.