Suspicious Package

A San Jose Police patrol car. (CBS)

San Jose Bomb Squad Finds Typewriter In Suspicious Suitcase

A suspicious suitcase that shut down the 1100 block of Lincoln Avenue in San Jose Saturday afternoon contained only a typewriter and does not pose a threat.


Two San Francisco Muni N Judah streetcars on Judah St. near 9th Ave. (Lennart Bolks)

Suspicious Package, Overhead Wire Problems Disrupt SF Muni Lines

Service on San Francisco Municipal Railway’s light rail system was disrupted on two routes because of separate incidents Thursday, according to agency officials.


Oakland police cruisers (CBS)

Oakland Police Detonate Suspicious Package

The Salvation Army on Webster Street at 7th Street was evacuated after the device was found around 9:30 a.m, according to a spokeswoman for the Oakland Police Department.



Suspicious Package In SF Portola Neighborhood Deemed Harmless

A suspicious package reported Tuesday evening in San Francisco’s Portola neighborhood has been deemed harmless, a police spokesman said.


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Suspicious Package, Threatening Note Prompts San Jose Bomb Squad Response

Lincoln Avenue in San Jose reopened Friday afternoon after a suspicious package left outside an area business was determined to be harmless, according to San Jose police.


San Francisco Police respond to a reported suspicious package near San Jose and Geneva avenues on May 4, 2012. (CBS)

Suspicious Package Near SF Balboa Park BART Station Rendered Safe

A suspicious package that tied up traffic and transit near San Francisco’s Balboa Park BART station for hours Friday has been rendered safe and all streets have been reopened.


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Bomb-Scare Evacuation Lifted At SF Jewish Community Center

A suspicious package reported in San Francisco’s Presidio Heights neighborhood Thursday afternoon has been deemed harmless after briefly prompting the evacuation of the nearby Jewish Community Center.



SF Richmond District School Evacuated During Bomb Scare

A San Francisco police bomb squad responded to the city’s Inner Richmond neighborhood, where a suspicious package was reported.


29-year-old Long Hoang said he wore this mask and vest to a post office in San Jose on November 29, 2011. The bomb squad showed up soon after and detonated a package he stuffed into a mailbox, which turned out to be harmless. (CBS)

Masked Man Explains Attire That Caused San Jose Bomb Scare

A masked man’s recent visit to a San Jose post office led to a response by the bomb squad. But the student at the center of Tuesday’s bomb scare has an explanation for his attire.



Suspicious Package Found Near San Jose Mail Facility

Police responded to reports of a suspicious package in a mail collection box near a U.S. Postal Service mail processing facility in San Jose Tuesday afternoon.