Petaluma police are warning residents about a series of recent package thefts in the northeastern part of the city.
Byron Gee of San Francisco thought he did everything right when he recently shipped two headlights cross-country via UPS. The San Francisco chef re-packaged the headlights in their original boxes and added extra newspaper for cushioning. He made sure there was foam covering the edges of the headlights so they wouldn’t scratch. And when the clerk at his local UPS store asked him if he wanted to pay extra for “insurance,” Gee said “yes.”
A bomb squad determined that a suspicious device found near the Panhandle in San Francisco Monday morning is harmless, a police spokesman said.
A package containing 2.5 pounds of marijuana was tracked to the home of a Cincinnati Bengals player in suburban northern Kentucky, according to authorities.