Frequent Offender Arrested for Disturbances at Downtown Restaurants

Frequent Offender Arrested for Disturbances at Downtown Restaurants
Photo: Ronald J. Agabao

BERKELEY— A man arrested more than 25 times faces fresh charges involving disturbances outside restaurants. This frequent offender was taken into custody downtown last weekend.

One person was injured, a window was shattered, and customers were frightened away from two restaurants on September 11th. All this trouble began late in the afternoon when the suspect was observed damaging a sidewalk tree.

After someone told the man to stop what he was doing, he pulled out a knife and frightened several persons in the area. This happened outside a pizzeria and a Thai restaurant located on University Avenue.

The suspect identified as Ronald J. Agabao, 46 of Alameda, next allegedly threw a rock at another man nearby. The rock hit the victim, injuring his shoulder.

More rocks were thrown, which shattered a window at Bobby G’s Pizzeria, located at 2072 University Avenue. This caused more than $1,000 worth of damage.

A dining customer fled leaving behind a wallet and a phone, which Agabao allegedly stole. Both items were later recovered when Berkeley officers arrested him nearby at 5 p.m.

Agabao was booked into Santa Rita Jail in Dublin. He remains in custody in lieu of $97,500 bond, pending a court hearing on October 6.

He faces multiple charges, including exhibiting a deadly weapon, assault, vandalism, and petty theft. At the time of his arrest, he was on probation for a previous assault conviction.

Agabao has numerous prior arrests on his record involving drug dealing and vehicle thefts, among other offenses.

Frequent Offender Arrested for Disturbances at Downtown Restaurants was last modified: September 17th, 2021 by admin
Categories: Alameda

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