TBS Today, May 13

On Tuesday, the Alameda County Board of Supervisors is expected to set the date for the recall election of DA Pamela Price.

If that doesn't happen, it will be up to the registrar of voters to set the date.

The question remains whether the election will happen on Nov. 5 or as early as mid-August.

We are watching closely to see what happens.

In the meantime, two short crime stories from Berkeley today.

Berkeley police: Man steals mini bulldozer, digs up park
Police found extensive damage to shrubs and trees, as well as to the drip irrigation system, curbs, pathways and warning poles.
UC Berkeley police investigate sexual battery in student housing
The incident happened Friday at about 3:40 a.m., UCPD said in a prepared statement.

In case you missed it

Armed carjacking in Berkeley during ‘car sale’ on Adeline
The suspects, described as three males wearing masks, had a large rifle and took the vehicle in broad daylight Friday evening.
Alameda County officials pledge to set recall election date
The election could be as soon as Aug. 13 or as late as Nov. 5, officials said.

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