Body at Waterfront, Campus Robbery Assault – Top Berkeley Patch Stories

The top three most read articles on Berkeley Patch for the first week in November include the body found in the water at the Berkeley waterfront, a Cal student attacked by four males in a robbery attempt on campus and the city's new parking policy.

Berkeley, California. Photo credit: Charles Burress
Berkeley, California. Photo credit: Charles Burress
The most read article by far on Berkeley Patch during the first week in November was the story about the body found in the water on the Berkeley waterfront.

See below for links to that article and the two other most viewed articles from that week.

1. Body Found at Waterfront IDed as Berkeley Man, 69
The man whose body was found in the water at the Berkeley shoreline Wednesday has been identified as a 69-year-old Berkeley resident, Jerald Jacob, who had been reported missing on Oct. 23, police said on Friday, Nov. 1. (See also the follow-up article, "Body Found at Waterfront Identified as Berkeley Man, 69."

2. Cal Student Attacked by 4 Males in Robbery Attempt on Campus
A 20-year-old male student at UC Berkeley was attacked by four males in an attempted robbery next to the main library Thursday night, campus police said in a crime alert today, Friday.

3. Latest Step in Berkeley's Goldilocks Parking Policy – Free 1-Hour Parking in City Garage
In Berkeley's latest effort to create "just right" parking availability under its "goBerkeley" transportation reform, the city will begin offering one hour of free parking at the city-operated Telegraph Channing garage.

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