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A police van struck an apparently intoxicated man in San Francisco's South Beach neighborhood early Tuesday morning, a police spokeswoman said. The approximately 40-year-old man was hit around 5 a.m. near Spear and Howard streets after walking into
San Francisco police have cleared a large group of homeless people they said had been squatting in a building in the city's Oceanview neighborhood...Wednesday morning, police came to the home on Broad Street , knocked on the door and identified
Trunks on unmarked San Francisco police cars can no longer be opened from the inside following the recent theft of a semi-automatic rifle from one of the vehicles. Police Chief Greg Suhr told the Police Commission last week that all the trunk
Font Resize Bay City News Service A group of suspects that police said robbed a medical marijuana dispensary have barricaded themselves inside a building in San Francisco's Bayview District early this morning, according to San Francisco police.
San Francisco police are asking for the public's help in the decades-old disappearance of a 10-year-old boy that garnered national attention at the time. Police Chief Greg Suhr on Wednesday said investigators are seeking more information on a man
The suspect, 35-year-old Ricky Philsith (who's also known as Ratanaphon Philsith) , also choked the woman after she resisted. The incident occurred Jan. 7 in the 400 block of 39th Avenue, police said...Police are seeking the public's help in
The closure was requested by San Francisco police, who are investigating an officer-involved shooting in the area that sent a suspect to the hospital. A plainclothes San Francisco police officer shot a suspect that police said pulled a gun on the
Examiner File Photo Police Chief Greg Suhr cited Memphis, Tenn. as an example of a police department whose officers carry Tasers, but its actually Memphis, Mich. San Francisco police Chief Greg Suhr last week cited a recent policy change in Memphis,
Negotiators are talking to a man they believe is suicidal who has climbed a portion of one of the Golden Gate Bridge towers, police said. San Francisco police spokesman Gordon Shyy said they got reports of a possible jumper around 6:15 p.m., and in
those delivered to police in Hayward, San Leandro and Berkeley -- was not hazardous, officials said. A fourth envelope delivered to the Union City Police Department was given over to U.S. Postal Service and FBI for more investigation, police Cmdr.