Two male victims were robbed early Monday morning at the intersection of Hearst Avenue and Oxford Street. The victims, of unknown affiliation to the campus, were walking near the intersection when they were approached by three males suspects about 2:21 a.m. Monday, according to a UCPD Nixle alert released Monday afternoon. “The suspects simulated as if they had weapons and demanded the victims’ property,” the alert alleged.
Berkeley Police Department arrested a man on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon Saturday night in Downtown Berkeley, according to watch commander Lt. Joe Okies. BPD officers responded to calls of a man trying to break the window of Peet’s Coffee on Shattuck Avenue, near Kittredge Street, with an object about 8:40 p.m. Saturday, Okies said. When individuals confronted the suspect and tried to get him to stop attacking the window, he swung the object at them.
A UC Berkeley student was the victim of a strong-arm robbery Thursday night, according to a UCPD Nixle alert released Friday morning. The male student, 25, was walking near the intersection of Hearst and LeConte Avenues when he was approached by the suspects about 9:30 p.m. Thursday, the alert said. The suspects took his property and left the scene on foot to a nearby vehicle. “The victim was treated at the scene by the Berkeley Fire Department and transported to a nearby hospital,” the alert said.
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