SF Sheriff’s deputies threatened in phone call

The San Francisco Sheriff’s Department received a call Tuesday in which the caller threatened to harm deputies, acknowledge the department.

“This morning, SFSD received a phone call from an unidentified individual who made general threats to harm SF deputy sheriffs. Although the threat was specifically made against SFSD deputies, this information was immediately shared with our law enforcement partners in San Francisco,” Sheriff’s Department spokesperson Kenya Briggs told the Examiner.

The call is now under investigation, she added.

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