Jessica Christian/Special to the S.F. Examiner

Jessica Christian/Special to the S.F. Examiner

SFPD reports nearly 100 arrests during Pride weekend

The San Francisco Police Department announced today that it arrested 96 people during Pride festivities last weekend.

SFPD says 70 people were arrested for public intoxication. 15 people were arrested for unspecified felonies, and 11 were arrested for unspecified misdemeanors.

Over 75 others were sent to sobering centers, and three guns were seized, according to SFPD.

It appears most of the arrests occurred on Saturday — SFPD previously reported 75 arrests during Pink Saturday festivities.Bay Area NewsCrimeCrime & CourtsPrideSan FranciscoSFPD

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