Strike Two for Berkeley Police Chief Michael Meehan 

Berkeley's top cop takes another misstep. Plus, the Warriors aren't gone yet, and Oakland has a balanced budget.

At the beginning of this year, it looked as if the decision in 2009 by Berkeley leaders to hire Seattle police Captain Michael Meehan as the city's new police chief was a smart move. Meehan was successfully reforming Berkeley's police department, implementing…

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