Three arrests by Parker Street on suspicion of carrying concealed firearms
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.
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