TBS Today, July 6

Two stories for you today, including the in-depth report we promised yesterday on plans to bring automated license plate readers to Berkeley.

Should Berkeley get license plate readers? Weigh in tonight.
The new automated license plate readers, which would be mounted not mobile, would be the city’s first to focus on criminal investigations.

We aim to have a fresh story for you each morning, so be sure to check the site in the A.M. to see what we've cooked up.

We're now off to the Zoom session featured in the story above to see what community members have to say about ALPRs. It's starting at 6 p.m. and runs to 7:30.

We've also just posted the latest news on last week's attack by fire that left a 69-year-old man in critical condition.

Attempted murder charges filed after man set on fire in Berkeley
Berkeley police detectives arrested Bradley Marcrum, 24, on Wednesday morning during a warrant operation, according to booking records.

Don't miss our exclusive report. We hope to learn more Friday.


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