A man convicted of a series of brutal sexual assaults along San Francisco’s 24th Street corridor last year was sentenced Friday in San Francisco Superior Court to 370 years to life in prison.
A San Francisco Superior Court jury Tuesday found a man guilty of more than two-dozen charges stemming from a series of grisly sexual assaults along the city’s 24th Street corridor last year.
A man was sentenced Wednesday to 24 years in state prison for raping a woman in East Oakland last year and then fleeing from a police officer who tried to arrest him two days later.
A former Brazilian police officer was sentenced Friday to multiple terms of life in state prison for his conviction for raping five women in Oakland in 2009.
Service has resumed at the Bay Area Rapid Transit 16th Street Mission station in San Francisco following a brief police chase of a suspected rapist, police spokesman Officer Albie Esparza said.