We didn't get to touch base last night due to technical difficulties. So this morning's story is hot off the presses.
And it's a doozy.
Nearly two months after a commercial burglary on Gilman Street where $300,000 in "ancient coins, custom jewelry and precious metal" were stolen, Berkeley property crimes detectives say they recovered about one-third of the take in a mobile home parked just a block from the crime scene.
Five people are in custody.
Meanwhile, the Berkeley Police Association has announced its strong support for the Louis appointment.
We'll cover the meeting Tuesday night, likely with live tweets.
We also wrote about a Richmond man who is in custody this week in connection with two armed robberies in Berkeley on the same day in April: one near the Cal campus and one in southwest Berkeley, according to police and court records.
He's also suspected of following a woman in the Berkeley Hills — but police say a runner scared him off. Don't miss our exclusive report.
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