San Rafael Temporarily Shuts Down Park Overrun By Homeless; Mayor Calls It ‘Health & Security Issue’
A neighborhood park north of downtown San Rafael has been closed for at least 30 days because officials say it’s overrun by homeless people who do drugs and commit crimes.
Starting on Monday, a San Rafael park will be closed for 30 days to address “health and security issues” that have come up from illegal activity, according to city officials.
Fed up with complaints about homeless people and their behavior at a popular San Rafael park, the mayor says it’s time to shut it down.
Proposition 47, passed by state voters last year, reduced a slew of non-violent felony crimes to misdemeanors, but police say the expected cost savings for law enforcement in San Francisco hasn’t yet materialized.
A drone overloaded with methamphetamine crashed into a supermarket parking lot in Tijuana, just feet from the California border.
Feds Bust Alleged Manager Of SF-Based Silk Road 2.0 ‘DoctorClu’ On Charges Of Selling Coke, Heroine, Meth
Officials arrested 26-year-old Brian Richard Farrell, aka “DoctorClu,” who allegedly helped to run the Silk Road 2.0. They found him in Bellevue, Washington.
A letter is going out to parents in Morgan Hill about an incident this week involving three 8th grade girls sent to the hospital after taking excessive amounts of an over-the-counter cold medicine apparently for its intoxicating effects.
The Mountain View Police Department tweeted Tuesday that its K-9 named Zeus found $240,000 during a recent traffic stop and a large amount of methamphetamine in Santa Clara.
Gov. Jerry Brown continued his practice of forgiveness on Christmas Eve by issuing 105 pardons, mostly for people who have been convicted of nonviolent drug offenses and burglary more than a decade ago.
A San Mateo County Sheriff’s deputy accused of conspiring with corrections officers and a known gang member to smuggle cellphones and drugs into a county jail pleaded not guilty on Tuesday.