Three arrests by Parker Street on suspicion of carrying concealed firearms

Three arrests by Parker Street on suspicion of carrying concealed firearms

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Three arrests were made on August 10 for individuals allegedly carrying concealed firearms, according to an email from Berkeley Police Department spokesperson Officer Byron White.

At 12:33 am, around Telegraph Avenue and Parker Street, a police officer found a loaded handgun in the passenger area of a vehicle. The vehicle was searched after the officer saw an open container of alcohol inside, said White in the email. The officer arrested both the driver and the passenger — Dayla Rachelle Jones, 32, and Zaire Marie Johnson, 34, on suspicion of carrying a loaded, concealed and unregistered firearm, according to White.

Later that morning, at 10:06 am, officers arrived at the 2000 block of Parker Street in response to a report that Julius Thomas Baham, 28, was threatening his partner with a gun. Baham was located and arrested nearby “on suspicion of criminal threats, carrying a concealed firearm and possession of a controlled substance for sale,” said White in the email.

Contact Ella Langenthal at [email protected]

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