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Posts Tagged ‘crime’

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The Oakland police website will display booking photos of individuals charged with prostitution-related offenses.
Two men and a group of teens were arrested after allegedly attacking and robbing a bicyclist.

Mom accused of taking kids, killing dad

A San Pablo father of three who was killed allegedly by his children's mother has been identified.
Officers arrived at the restaurant and found that the victim employee had disarmed the suspect.
A man gunned down by police Thursday in Sunnyvale was apparently armed with a BB rifle.

Berkeley police eye security camera registry

Berkeley will explore the creation of a database for private security cameras to aid police.
A man found dead in San Jose early this morning was apparently stabbed, police said.
San Mateo police are searching for three male suspects who robbed a Taco Bell.
Dep. Mehn Trieu felt his life was in danger and had a split second to react, authorities said.

Masked invaders rob Windsor family

A Windsor family was robbed at gunpoint Thursday in a home invasion.
Antonio Turner, 19, died at San Francisco General Hospital following a shooting Monday.

Embassy Suites robbed at gunpoint

Police are searching for a man suspected of robbing a South San Francisco hotel early Tuesday.
An 18 year-old man was killed by police after they say he took meth and attacked his friend.

Suspect arrested after weekend kidnappings

Two Bay Area women were allegedly abducted by the same suspect in separate incidents.

Phony cop scam targets San Mateo victims

Scam artists posing as police officers are lying about arrest warrants and demanding money.
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SF supes back shielding criminals’ pasts

CITY HALL — The Board of Supervisors unanimously backed a "ban-the-box" ordinance Tuesday.
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Batkid fights crime, melts hearts

Thousands lined the streets of San Francisco to watch five-year-old cancer patient Miles Scott live out a dream.
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US crime rate hovers near historic lows

The murder rate in the United States remains higher than in virtually all other developed countries.
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Police hope surveillance photos will help them find the robbers of a Tiffany & Co. jewelry store.
Dozens of law enforcement officials scouring an open space area near Oakland’s Merritt College turned up nothing.
Law enforcement officials plan a fresh search Saturday for 22-month-old Daphne Webb, missing more than six weeks.
A 53-year-old San Mateo man is being held without bail after police say he stabbed his elderly mother.
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Why are so many Americans in prison?

How much of a dent Eric Holder’s policy shift will make in the prison population remains unclear.
The mother of a teen gunned down outside the family’s San Francisco home seven years ago isn't giving up her search.
A 22-year-old man is in serious trouble with the law after authorities say they seized hundreds of marijuana plants.
Police say a woman walked up to a stopped car, opened the door and threw liquid on the driver before zapping him.
A 21-year-old man was arrested after a bizarre incident involving the drowning of a pit bull at the Fairfield Civic Center.

Defenseless parklet defaced by taggers

We’re still scratching our heads over why someone would go so far as to vandalize the brand-new Clement Street parklet.

Police kill man, find dead woman in home

Police say a man was fatally shot after he charged officers following a standoff outside a Sunnyvale home.

Brazen bank robbers plaguing SF banks

The “High Jumper Bandits” and the “Up Close Bandit” have combined to rob a half-dozen banks in San Francisco.
The "world's largest" recycler of metals and electronics just got caught in a multi-million undercover sting.
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Police say Christopher Porter-Bailey was caught on tape kicking a woman in the head after she had just been robbed.
17 accused pimps were arrested in the Bay Area. Only Detroit — with 18 — had more arrests.

Family survives terrifying home invasion

Fremont police are looking for a suspect with a tattooed face who allegedly terrorized a Fremont family Thursday night.
A man is under arrest after the Coast Guard says he sailed under the Golden Gate Bridge after refusing to allow his boat to be boarded.
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SF bike thefts surge at alarming rate

A new report shows bicycle thefts outpace even iPhone thefts in San Francisco by a three to one margin.
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