San Francisco’s controversial sit-lie ordinance has been mostly ineffective, a police lieutenant said at a department meeting Wednesday.
San Francisco police quietly began enforcing the city’s new sit-lie ordinance last week, although no citations have been issued yet, a police spokesman said Thursday.
A Utah man on Wednesday was ordered to stand trial for allegedly beating a man to death with a skateboard in San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury neighborhood on Christmas Day—a case his attorney has described as self-defense.
San Francisco police have begun enforcing the city’s sit/lie law, which was approved by voters in November.
An employee at a market in San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury neighborhood pleaded not guilty Wednesday morning to charges that he shot a customer after an argument over a dog last week.
A long-awaited Whole Foods Market officially opened in San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury neighborhood Wednesday.
The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department is evicting the Haight Ashbury Neighborhood Council Recycling Center from Golden Gate Park, and the flap over the eviction notice has now landed at the Board of Supervisors.
The owner of a corner market in San Francisco’s Haight Ashbury neighborhood shot and critically wounded a customer Tuesday, apparently in a dispute about the customer bringing his Chihuahua into the store, police and witnesses said.
Prop L allows police officers to cite individuals for sitting, lounging or panhandling on a sidewalk in San Francisco without a citizen’s complaint having first been lodged.
A 23-year-old Utah man accused of beating a San Francisco man to death with a skateboard on Christmas Day is due back in court on murder charges next week in a case his attorney described Wednesday as self-defense.