Gilroy Police Chief Faces Discipline After Truck With Gun, Badge StolenThe chief of police in Gilroy had some explaining to do this week after his gun, badge and work laptop were all stolen from his truck last Friday.
Family Of Man Killed With Gun Stolen From SFPD Officer Files ComplaintThe family of a man killed with a San Francisco police officer’s handgun after it was stolen from an unattended vehicle this summer are pursuing legal action against the officer who lost the weapon.
San Francisco Sheriff's Deputy Who Had Firearm Stolen DismissedThe San Francisco Sheriff’s office confirmed on Tuesday that the deputy who had his gun stolen from a rental car over the weekend has been let go from the force.
San Francisco Sheriff's Deputy Has Gun Stolen From Parked CarA San Francisco sheriff’s deputy’s gun was stolen from a parked rental car Sunday, sheriff’s officials said Monday.
Gun Stolen From San Francisco Police Officer Used In Mission District MurderA gun stolen from a San Francisco police officer personal vehicle was used days later in a gang-related killing, authorities said Wednesday.
Parents Of Oakland Muralist Sue ICE Over Stolen Gun Used In Son's KillingThe parents of a mural painter who was killed in Oakland two years ago with a stolen federal gun have sued the U.S. government for wrongful death.
FBI Agent's Gun Stolen In San Francisco Recovered; Suspect In CustodyA weapon that was stolen from an FBI agent's car has been recovered and a suspect taken into custody late Tuesday morning, according to authorities.
Gun Stolen From San Jose Police Cadet's VehicleA San Jose Police cadet is in hot water after his police-issued gun was stolen in a vehicle break-in at a South Bay restaurant last month.
Off-Duty CHP Officer's Gun Stolen From His Vehicle In San FranciscoAn off-duty California Highway Patrol officer had his firearm stolen out of his vehicle in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood on Sunday, a CHP spokesman said Monday.
Punishment For Stolen Gun In California Depends On Firearm's ValueThe punishment for possessing a stolen gun in California depends on the value of the gun, and a single dollar can mean the difference between a felony, and a misdemeanor.