These were among the most-read stories by El Cerrito Patch viewers this past week:
The El Cerrito Police Blotter for Feb. 1-7 includes two armed robberies, a student found with an airsoft replica AR-15 assault rifle at El Cerrito High, a pedestrian injured in a hit-and-run, pot found at Portola Middle School.
There's a home on Navellier Street in El Cerrito that contains seven bedrooms and was built in 1898. Here's what it costs.
The Kensington police log for January includes two home burglaries – on Jan. 3 and 14, three cases of identify theft, a string of civil disputes on the first block on Anson Way, many false alarms and a resident knocked down by a dog while playing.
The El Cerrito Police Blotter for Feb. 8-10 says a group of car thieves and burglars and a commercial burglar were arrested following deployment of plainclothes officers in commercial areas on two of the last three weekends.
The store is expected to open in late 2014.
And the week's most popular blog: AT&T Applies to Put 9 Cell Towers in Kensington: the Review Process and What You Can Do by Catya Den.
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