Drugs near schools net big-time detention

These goons apparently thought math was spelled m-e-t-h.

Police made 22 felony arrests and two misdemeanor arrests of suspected drug dealers who were reportedly selling near San Francisco schools last week.

The arrests were part of the annual Operation Safe Schools campaign, which focuses on narcotics violations within 1,000 feet of campuses.

This year’s operation began Sept. 16 and was concentrated in the Bayview, Mission and Tenderloin neighborhoods, police said.Bay Area NewsCrimeCrime & Courtsmeth bustOperation Safe SchoolsSan Francisco Crime

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