Caltrans Seeking Permits To Demolish Bay Bridge Pier With Explosives, Despite Possible Marine Life Danger
Caltrans is seeking permits to demolish the largest pier of the old eastern span of the Bay Bridge with explosives, a procedure that could be dangerous to native marine mammals, but Caltrans officials say it would have the least impact on bay wildlife.
BART closed the 16th Street Mission station in San Francisco earlier Sunday afternoon because a person was talking about explosives and possibly blowing up a train, a BART police lieutenant said Sunday.
A 42-year-old man was seriously injured while assembling fireworks in his garage in Fairfield on Wednesday evening, according to police.
Two men suspected in a series of San Francisco robberies are under arrest and a raid on one of the men’s South San Francisco home has turned up dozens of weapons and explosives.
Marin County Sheriff’s deputies have detained a Novato woman who may have set off explosives at her home.
San Francisco Police will hold training exercises on explosives disposal inside Candlestick Park this coming weekend, according to the department.
Police Arrest Pleasant Hill Man Who Allegedly Booby-Trapped Home With Bombs After Attempting To Kidnap His Girlfriend
A Pleasant Hill man was arrested outside of his home after he allegedly tried to kidnap his girlfriend in Concord and officers found his residence had been booby-trapped with improvised explosive devices.
A man who pleaded guilty to threatening state Sen. Leland Yee last year and was found in possession of bombs and assault weapons at his Santa Clara home is facing up to 10 years in prison, according to the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office.
Prosecutors Allege San Francisco Bomb Suspect Had Makings Of Ricin Poison At His Apartment; Bail Denied
The man arrested in San Francisco after a nationwide FBI manhunt and charged with possessing an illegal destructive device was denied bail Monday as prosecutors revealed the suspect allegedly had the makings of a lethal toxin in his apartment.
Authorities said Friday that the San Francisco man who was the subject of a recent three-day manhunt planned to do more than make bombs. Court documents said he bought a poison so lethal, it’s considered a weapon of terror.