Bay Area Rapid Transit passengers had a long commute Sunday night and this morning between a suspicious package at the Glen Park Station and a person who walked inside the Transbay Tube in San Francisco, a BART spokesman said.
The suspicious package was reported on a Pittsburg/Bay Point train that was headed to the San Francisco International Airport around 9:30 p.m., BART spokesman Linton Johnson said. Read More
A man who was shot multiple times in the Mission district early Monday morning died later in the hospital, marking the 67th homicide of the year.
San Francisco police officers responded to the scene at the unit block of San Carlos Street after reports of gunfire were heard at about 5:15 a.m., according to the San Francisco Police Department.
When they arrived, they discovered a man lying on the ground, suffering from multiple gunshot wounds, police said. Read More
Next weekend’s annual memorial service for fallen Peninsula police officers and firefighters is not just a ceremony to the co-workers and loved ones of those who died serving the community.
For many of them, the service is also their annual emotional bandage, and one of the few days it is acceptable to become emotional in their uniform. Read More
Police have arrested a Burlingame man suspected in a nonfatal shooting at the Martin Luther King Community Center on Saturday, according to the San Mateo Police Department. Read More
Three store clerks were robbed at gunpoint in San Francisco within four hours early Thursday morning, and police say they believe two of the crimes are related.
The first robbery occurred at 1:20 a.m. at a liquor stone on the 3100 block of 24th Street, according to police spokesman Sgt. Neville Gittens. Two suspects — one black male and one white male — robbed the store of cash at gunpoint before fleeing on foot, Gittens said. Read More
Rampant drug dealing at the Tenderloin’s largest soup kitchen has raised the ire of the district’s top cop — and his proposed solution is steaming up the leaders of the well-known nonprofit. Read More
A former Atherton police officer who pleaded no contest to charges that he stole expensive golf clubs and then sold them to a golf store last year was ordered Thursday in San Mateo County Superior Court to pay the owner of the clubs nearly $800 in restitution, a chief deputy district attorney said.
Clark Yee, 29, was an officer in Atherton for several years before the robbery occurred in November 2007, Chief Deputy District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe said. Read More
Footage from security cameras at Tenderloin businesses could lead to arrests in a nonfatal shooting in the neighborhood Tuesday night, police said.
The suspected gang altercation near the intersection of Golden Gate Avenue and Leavenworth Street about 8 p.m. Tuesday night left one person with injuries from a gunshot that were not life-threatening, said Capt. Gary Jimenez of the Tenderloin Police Station. Read More
Belmont police today are asking for help in finding a man who entered a woman's on-campus Notre Dame de Namur University apartment early the morning of Aug. 13.
The woman awoke that Wednesday morning around 1:45 a.m. to find a man in his 20s in her studio apartment, police Capt. Dan DeSmidt said today.
The man fled after the woman woke up, and she immediately called the campus Department of Public Safety, which notified Belmont police. Read More
South San Francisco police are looking for a woman who sold a victim two fake gold chains in exchange for cash Sunday night.
According to the police department, around 8 p.m. the suspect knocked on the door of a residence in the 400 block of Commercial Avenue. Read More