An East Palo Alto woman faces child abuse charges after she brought her 11-month-old daughter to the hospital last weekend with a fractured skull and cocaine in her system, prosecutors said.
A U.S. Coast Guard crew from Alameda stopped a submersible vessel carrying more than 16,000 pounds of cocaine in the Eastern Pacific Ocean last month — the largest bust of its kind in Coast Guard history.
A 51-year-old San Francisco juvenile corrections officer has been charged with possession of cocaine and a loaded firearm after he allegedly left the items in a fanny pack at a hotel room following a family trip to Disneyland
San Francisco Probation Officer Allegedly Leaves Gun, Cocaine Behind In Fanny Pack At Hotel Near Disneyland
A San Francisco youth probation officer allegedly left drugs and a gun behind when he returned from a family trip to Disneyland earlier this month.
One year ago, the notorious ex-cocaine kingpin George Jung walked out of prison and landed in San Francisco. Since then, he’s made a lot of people very proud.
A San Pablo police officer has been charged with four felonies and two misdemeanors for allegedly buying heroin and cocaine in San Francisco last week while a 2-year-old girl was in his car, police and prosecutors said Sunday.
San Francisco Bar’s Liquor License Suspended After Employee Allegedly Caught Selling Cocaine, Marijuana
The California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control announced Wednesday that the liquor license at a Polk Street bar in San Francisco has been suspended for 30 days.
A police dog is back on duty in El Cerrito after inhaling a small amount of cocaine during a suspect search last week, police said Monday.
George Jung, a notorious drug smuggler whose life story was made into the film “Blow” starring Johnny Depp, gave a wide-ranging interview to KPIX 5 reporter Cate Cauguiran at the home in a San Francisco suburb.
An Oakland woman has been charged with involuntary manslaughter and child abuse for the death in May of her 2-year-old son, who ingested cocaine while in her care.