Bystander's Video of Brutal Attack in S.F. Tenderloin Leads to Suspect's ArrestPolice have arrested the suspect in a brutal beating in San Francisco's Tenderloin District on Friday evening that left the victim with life-threatening injuries.
Stolen Car Crashes Into Tenderloin Fire Hydrant, Causing Major Traffic IssuesA stolen vehicle crashed into a fire hydrant in the Tenderloin at high speeds on Sunday afternoon, causing major traffic delays in the area. The suspect is in custody after attempting to flee the scene.
Bill Requiring Ignition-Interlock Devices for DUI Offenders Takes Effect Jan. 1State Sen. Jerry Hill, D-San Mateo, joined law enforcement officials Friday afternoon in San Francisco to tell residents of a new state law going into effect next week for people convicted of driving drunk.
S.F. Cop Faces Charges of Robbing Bank, Stealing from Elderly NeighborA San Francisco cop who allegedly robbed a Sunset District bank is also accused of stealing from an elderly neighbor in Burlingame, San Mateo County officials said.
SFPD Officer From Racist Text Scandal Arrested In Bank RobberyAn SFPD officer was arrested and charged after allegedly robbing around $9,000 from a San Francisco Bank, according to Department of Justice officials.
Police Identify Person Of Interest In Golden Gate Park ArsonPolice have identified a person of interest in a string of suspicious fires in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park last month, which all occurred over the course of 15 hours.
Spate of Fires in Golden Gate Park Deemed Suspicious by InvestigatorsSix separate fires in Golden Park Friday and Saturday morning are being investigated as possible arson, according to San Francisco Fire Department.
SFPD Officers Asked To Retake Bilingual Test After Agency Loses RecordsSan Francisco police officers were told to retake the bilingual language test they had already passed after the Department of Human Resources lost their certification. They risk losing their bilingual pay bonus.
New Video Evidence Prompts Federal Lawsuit For 2015 SF ShootingA federal judge ruled that there is now enough evidence to put the case of Mario Woods before a jury. New video footage from the high-profile police shooting in San Francisco will be part of an upcoming trial.
3 Hurt in S.F. Fillmore District Shooting at Scott and Eddy StreetsPolice are investigating after three people were shot Friday night near Scott and Eddy streets in San Francisco's Fillmore District.
Man Who Mistakes Car For Lyft Badly Beaten By DriverThe San Francisco Police Department released surveillance video late Friday afternoon of a man being brutally assaulted after entering a vehicle which he thought was his rideshare.
Two Sisters Found Dead In Tenderloin Investigated As Possible Murder-SuicidePolice in San Francisco are investigating the possibility of a murder-suicide after two sisters were found dead Wednesday evening at the Tenderloin apartment they shared, police said.
2 Found Dead at Home in S.F. TenderloinTwo people were found dead Wednesday evening in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood and the police department's homicide unit is investigating.
187 Firearms Turned in During SF Gun Buyback EventPolice in San Francisco took in 187 weapons during a gun buyback Saturday morning. The event offered $100 for every handgun and $200 for every assault weapon, no questions asked.
Reform Advocates Seek To Oust SFPD Officer Involved In North Beach ShootingA group of police reform advocates are demanding that the San Francisco Police Commission and Police Chief William Scott fire an officer who appears to have shot a man in the back during a foot chase earlier this month in the city.