Explosives Suspect Ryan Kelly Chamberlain Arrested At San Francisco’s Crissy Field After 3-Day Manhunt
Ryan Chamberlain II, a fugitive wanted in an explosives investigation, has been arrested at Crissy Field Monday evening after a three-day manhunt.
Just hours after a “Goodby” letter surfaced from the man at the center of an FBI manhunt and explosives investigation, Ryan Chamberlain apparently returned to social media to deny federal claims that he is armed and dangerous.
The FBI has issued a nationwide alert to law enforcement agencies about a man they consider armed and dangerous who is wanted for investigation of possessing explosives.
FBI agents, San Francisco police and fire crews, and a hazardous materials team converged on an apartment building between Jackson and Polk streets Saturday morning.
The firm iSight Partners uncovered an espionage campaign which targeted more than 2,000 U.S. military and political leaders.
The FBI agent who fatally shot the friend of a Boston Marathon bombing suspect in Florida last year had a brief and rocky history at the Oakland Police Department, according to a Boston Globe report.
People in Hayward may see police running around into the night at Southland Mall as the FBI held a drill.
As Phil Matier first reported in the Chronicle, Joe Montana was also approached by and undercover agent. Matier’s sources said the 49er legend, who has been involved in some development deals, was contacted with a “business proposition.”
The FBI wants San Francisco city leaders to talk with the agency as part of an ongoing investigation targeting political corruption and an alleged organized crime syndicate in Chinatown.
Attorneys for Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow, an admitted San Francisco gang leader implicated in a federal indictment that also includes state Sen. Leland Yee, argued Thursday that Chow is a changed man since his release from prison a decade ago and has committed no new crimes.