(Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)

2 arrested after allegedly ramming plainclothes officer’s vehicle

Two suspects were arrested after allegedly ramming a plainclothes San Francisco police officer’s vehicle near the city’s northern waterfront on Tuesday afternoon, police said Wednesday.

The officer was hospitalized with injuries not considered life-threatening after being rammed around 1:30 p.m. in the first block of Bay Street, according to police.

Police did not immediately release the names of the suspects or what led to them ramming the officer’s vehicle.

Just Posted

Community-led efforts to monitor air quality in Bayview, Eastern neighborhoods gain traction

San Francisco community groups are working to install high-quality sensors in the… Continue reading

Fire department drill finds traffic around Chase Arena could slow response time

For years, some have feared the future home of the Golden State… Continue reading

Did Scoot ‘redline’ SF neighborhoods? Chinatown group says ‘we asked for it’

The talk of the transportation world is a Los Angeles Times story… Continue reading

New hires solve SF school crossing guard shortage — for now

San Francisco has gone on a school crossing guard-hiring binge, hoping to… Continue reading

SF sets a high bar for Lyft on electric bike rentals

Newly spelled out city requirements could open the door for other e-bike providers

Most Read