Police Blotter By MATTHEW ARTZ

Tuesday May 17, 2005

Police Nab Fleeing Passengers  

Berkeley police outran three men who tried to flee their car after police stopped it on the 2800 block of Fulton Street at 10:22 p.m. Saturday. They were arrested for interfering with an officer in the course of his lawful duty, said Police Officer Joe Okies. 


Fish-Food Fisticuffs 

Police responded to a fight at Spenger’s Restaurant that broke out just before midnight on Saturday. According to Officer Okies, the combatants threw restaurant property at each other during the melee, but had been separated by the time police arrived. 


Slick Attack 

An argument at a house on the 3000 block of Harper Street turned violent early Friday morning when a woman doused a man’s face with grease, Okies said. Police arrested the 44-year-old Berkeley woman.  


Assault Via Tray 

A 51-year-old man entered police headquarters at about 9:30 p.m. Friday to report that he had been battered with a food tray, Okies said. The attack occurred about one hour earlier at 1802 Fairview St. ›