A Fairfield man has been charged with a non-injury shooting that took place in southwest Berkeley in broad daylight last year.
The gunfire left casings littering the intersection of Eighth Street and Channing Way on March 30, 2023, at about 4:25 p.m.
No one was hurt, but there were reports of property damage in the area, police said last year.
On Wednesday, shortly before 6 a.m., authorities arrested 23-year-old Jaedon Woods in Fairfield in connection with the case.
He has now been charged with two felonies: shooting at an occupied vehicle or dwelling, and assault with a firearm.
On the day of the shooting, a community member told The Scanner that an SUV parked two houses south of the intersection had its window shot out.
One person told police they heard 8-10 shots coming from a black car.
Jaedon Woods. BPD
Woods has two other active felony cases in Alameda County Superior Court, according to online court records.
He was charged with felony gun possession and carrying a loaded, unregistered firearm in September 2022, according to court records. He has denied the allegations.
In May 2023, he was charged with two counts of commercial burglary and entered not-guilty pleas, according to court records.
Woods is scheduled for a preliminary hearing in the burglary case on Feb. 6.
He is scheduled for arraignment in the Berkeley shooting case Friday at the Wiley Manuel Courthouse in Oakland.
The Scanner has asked Berkeley police for additional information and will update this story if it becomes available.