Police are investigating whether the armed robberies of two small pharmacies in San Francisco on Monday were carried out by the same gun-toting bandits.
The first incident occurred about 1:45 p.m. when two men held up the Clement Pharmacy at 1922 Clement St. in the Outer Richmond district, police said. The suspects reportedly pointed a gun at the 49-year-old employee, ordered him to the floor, then snagged an unknown amount of prescription and over-the-counter medicines. Read More
A Tenderloin woman said an alleged drug-dealing dope assaulted and sexually harassed her after she took her garbage out on Monday, police said. The woman had returned from taking out the garbage and saw the suspect, who also lives in the building, on her way back. The alleged creep grabbed her, tried to force her into his apartment and kissed her but she managed to get away, police said. Read More
A sweat-soaked naked man who thrashed the bedroom of a San Francisco home Tuesday told cops that marijuana caused his fit of rage, police said.The cops probably wished pot played a part.Cops were called about the room-smashing madman around 6:05 p.m. They went to the home in the 800 block of Ellsworth Street, near Bernal Heights, and were told by an acquaintance that the man was “high.”The cops went to the upstairs bedroom and ordered the suspect to come out. Read More
Cops want you to know that urinating in a San Francisco alley is no different from urinating on our nation.That was the message sent in a community newsletter released Monday by the Mission Station police department.According to the newsletter, three cops “observed a scoundrel urinating on America” in the 500 block of South Van Ness Avenue just before 6:30 p.m.The guy paid a price for his lack of patriotism. Read More
WHAT: Electronic systems that track sales of cold medicine, which can be used to make methamphetamine drugs, have actually created a vast, highly lucrative market for profiteers to buy over-the-counter pills and sell them to meth producers at a huge markup. Read More
When West Virginia state police stopped Jerry Wayne Means for allegedly driving a car that was reported stolen, he reportedly told them he paid a woman 2 grams of methamphetamine for the vehicle. He was charged with several criminal counts, including possession of a stolen vehicle and delivery of a controlled substance. Read More
Tucked away in the affluent Laurel Heights neighborhood — just hundreds of feet from a playground — police discovered one of the only meth labs in The City, which shocked residents.
Police in San Francisco were not even searching for the lab when they stumbled upon it Wednesday on the lower level of a two-story residential flat located near the Laurel Hill Playground. Read More
San Francisco has received more than $1 million in federal and state grant money for fighting illegal methamphetamine but has yet to fulfill a requirement to protect children who are affected by the drug. Read More