The alleged killers of a 23-year-old father in San Bruno botched their attempt to dispose of the dad’s nearly 300-pound body after failing to lift it into a car trunk, prosecutors say. Read More
The suspect in a wild carjacking at a Carl’s Jr. restaurant in San Bruno last week pleaded not guilty to all charges against him Monday.
Jaime Alejandro Campos, 30, of Castro Valley, is accused of throwing a 53-year-old woman to the ground while snatching her car keys at the fast food restaurant. Read More
Despite an ongoing investigation into the death of a 20-year-old San Bruno woman, it appears to be a suicide at this point, San Bruno police said Monday.
After San Bruno resident Leonie Scott was reported missing Saturday morning, an officer located her body in the area of Skyline Boulevard and College Drive around 8:25 a.m. Sunday, San Bruno police Cmdr. Noreen Hanlon said. Read More
The body of a 20-year-old woman who had been reported missing the day before was found Sunday morning, according to San Bruno police.
Police said Leonie Scott was found at 8:25 a.m. Sunday, but officers would not release further details.
She was last seen Saturday morning when she returned home after having a verbal argument with her boyfriend, according to police. Read More
Police are searching for an at-risk San Bruno woman who was last seen Saturday morning.Leonie Scott, 20, returned home after a verbal agreement with her boyfriend. She told her mother about the argument and went to her bedroom.A short time later Scott left the house on foot and called her mother and told her that she was very upset, according to police.Scott did not take her purse or her car, police said. Read More
PG&E has said it will supply local emergency responders with detailed information on gas pipelines in response to complaints that maps the company provided were insufficient.
The utility company released maps with pipeline and valve locations to first responders after the San Bruno tragedy in September as part of its Pipeline 2020 project, PG&E spokesman Joe Molica said. Read More
At 6:30 p.m. on Sept. 9, Michael Hickey stood outside his front door, staring to the south, where smoke was pouring into the sky like water from a hose.
He knew just what to do.
Within moments, he was driving to the PG&E yard where he works. He called his supervisors, he rallied his co-workers, he picked up his truck and his tools. He waited there for instructions from his superiors, but when none came, he decided to take matters into his own hands. Read More
PG&E has quietly installed two remotely controlled shut-off valves for its natural-gas transmission lines at two stations in San Bruno, utility officials told The San Francisco Examiner. Read More
Chris Torres paused to hold back tears as he described how his two sisters’ hair and flesh melted away as they ran from their house, which had exploded into a fireball in San Bruno last September.
One sister’s fingers no longer respond, said Torres, who testified Tuesday in San Bruno at the first of three public hearings by the California Public Utilities Commission to solicit feedback about how they might better regulate pipeline safety. Read More
San Bruno residents will have a chance to tell regulators how California’s gas pipeline rules should be changed to prevent tragedies like the deadly explosion that rocked their town last September. Read More