The San Francisco Police Department has come under fire again following the release of a video of possible police misconduct during a December drug bust.
Public Defender Jeff Adachi Wednesday released to the public yet another videotape depicting officers allegedly mishandling a search and arrest.
A total of 68 drug and robbery cases in San Francisco have been dropped in light of a probe into allegations of police misconduct, a spokesman for the district attorney’s office said Tuesday.
San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon announced Friday that he is turning over the investigation into allegations of police misconduct to federal authorities.
San Francisco’s district attorney said he’s dropping dozens more cases handled by a group of San Francisco police officers accused of conducting illegal searches on suspects.
The San Francisco District Attorney’s Office dropped eight more cases Tuesday in the wake of a scandal involving police misconduct allegedly captured on video, bringing the total to 13.
A total of five drug cases involving eight San Francisco police officers have been dismissed due to allegations of police misconduct, that the Public Defender’s Office claims is documented on surveillance video.
Belmont police released surveillance video footage of what may be a vehicle involved in the theft of thousands of dollars of electronic equipment from Carlmont High School over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
San Francisco police are examining surveillance video to try and find the suspect who gunned down a 23-year-old woman near the Japan Center shopping mall Thanksgiving night. Authorities say Medina Abdulkader was fatally shot around 9 p.m. Thursday.