A man was punched in the face and then had his pit bull stolen while aboard a San Francisco Municipal Railway bus in the city’s South of Market neighborhood early Thursday morning, police said.
San Francisco Police Officer Convicted Of Civil Rights Violations, Illegal Searches, Falsifying Reports
One San Francisco police officer was convicted and a second officer was acquitted in federal court Thursday of conspiring to enter and search residential hotel rooms without a warrant during drug investigations.
Marin Sheriff responded to reports of possible gunfire at the Marin Civic Center in San Rafael, but that those calls appear to have been an over action to a backfiring car.
A man, who was serving prison time in Oregon, has been transferred to San Mateo County where prosecutors have charged him with two of the “Gypsy Hill” killings that happened in the 1970s.
Five people were injured in three separate shootings Wednesday night in Oakland that occurred within minutes of each other, according to police.
A former Pinole police commander who had been charged with defrauding an elderly neighbor with dementia was sentenced Wednesday to 66 days in jail and five years’ probation for an unrelated felony count of lying about his assets during a bankruptcy case.
San Francisco Supervisor Calls On African American Community To Turn In Their Kids If They’re Involved In Gun Violence
London Breed said many in the community know what is going on, and who is committing crimes, but refuse to get involved because they come from a culture of not snitching.
Former San Francisco 49er defensive end Ray McDonald has put his South San Jose home on the market, while he faces ongoing legal troubles.
An arsonist may be on the loose in San Francisco’s Castro neighborhood after vehicles were burned early Monday morning.
A police pursuit on U.S. Highway 101 Sunday evening ended in Morgan Hill with an overturned car and two 14-year-old boys in custody, a California Highway Patrol sergeant said.