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  • This video of Berkeley police officer confronting hot dog vendor has gone viral

    A fund-raising drive to benefit a Berkeley hot dog vendor whose money was confiscated Saturday by a police officer has raised more than $70,000. Martin Flores, a UC Berkeley alumnus, caught the incident on video. Beto Matias was selling food from his cart after a University of California, Berkeley, football game when a campus police officer cited him for not having a permit. The officer also confiscated $60 that Matias had in his wallet, saying it was evidence.

This video of Berkeley police officer confronting hot dog vendor has gone viral

A fund-raising drive to benefit a Berkeley hot dog vendor whose money was confiscated Saturday by a police officer has raised more than $70,000. Martin Flores, a UC Berkeley alumnus, caught the incident on video. Beto Matias was selling food from his cart after a University of California, Berkeley, football game when a campus police officer cited him for not having a permit. The officer also confiscated $60 that Matias had in his wallet, saying it was evidence.
Martin Flores