Four San Francisco police officers pleaded not guilty in federal court Friday to charges of conspiring to violate civil rights and steal property, money and drugs seized during searches and arrests.
Five San Francisco police officers and one former officer have been indicted on charges of civil rights violations related to alleged illegal searches and theft of property seized from people arrested, federal prosecutors announced Thursday.
It happens all the time: a small artist, songwriter or producer file suit against a much bigger artist for stealing their song idea. But this artist might have a stronger case than most…
A man who worked as the chief financial officer for Pearl Jam’s management company has been charged with 33 counts of theft.
Faced with a rash of bicycle thefts, BART police will be stepping up efforts to educate riders who two-wheel to stations and catch those who are stealing them.
As cities and agencies around the Bay Area work to figure out how to pay for the recent rash of copper thefts, the Concord City Council voted Tuesday night to spend nearly half of a million dollars to replace what’s been stolen.
Assemblywoman Mary Hayashi is set to return to court early next year to face charges that she shoplifted clothing from a San Francisco department store.
A northern California man has been indicted by a federal grand jury for stealing $2 million from an educational nonprofit.
Alameda County officials are looking to put a stop to people pilfering from recycle bins, making off with bottles and can and leaving a mess behind.
Healdsburg Youth Soccer League president and treasurer Kyle Joseph Hoffmann has pleaded no contest to stealing $53,000 from the league over a three-year period, Sonoma County District Attorney Jill Ravitch said.