Authorities in Britain, Sweden, and the United States have arrested eight more people following last week’s closure of Silk Road, a notorious black market website which helped dealers to sell drugs under the cloak of anonymity.
Investigators say a suspect in the random slaying of a university student flashed a gun several times on a crowded commuter train in San Francisco, but passengers were so absorbed in their phones and tablets they didn’t notice.
A man accused of running a billion-dollar online drug bazaar known as Silk Road appeared briefly in federal court in San Francisco Friday, but at the request of his defense attorney, his detention hearing was postponed until next week.
A man who was arrested at the Glen Park library in San Francisco on Tuesday on charges of running a billion-dollar online drug market is also accused of seeking two murders-for-hire in January and March of this year to protect his empire.
A man who prosecutors say hunted for a victim before randomly killing a San Francisco State University student in the city’s Ingleside Heights neighborhood last week pleaded not guilty to a murder charge during his arraignment Wednesday.
The investigation into the fatal stabbing of a Dodgers fan near AT&T park last week has prompted a divide between police and the district attorney’s office in San Francisco.
Two people have been charged in connection with the murder of 8-year-old Alaysha Carradine, who was shot during a sleepover at an apartment in Oakland’s Dimond District on July 17.
The stabbing death of Jonathan Denver, 24, who died during a confrontation between his group of Dodgers fans and Giants fans following a game between the two teams earlier this month, was still fresh on the minds of baseball enthusiasts on Sunday, the last game of the season for San Francisco.
The father of a Dodgers fan fatality stabbed during a melee with Giants fans is planning to make a public plea for witnesses to the incident after San Francisco’s district attorney said he lacks evidence to charge the man suspected of the killing.
A 21-year-old man suspected of killing a Los Angeles Dodgers fan near AT&T Park was released Friday night, after the San Francisco District Attorney said more information is needed before charges can be filed.