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    REDWOOD CITY – A motorist ran a stop sign and collided with a South San Francisco police motorcycle officer Tuesday afternoon in Redwood City, police said. The crash was reported at 2:25 p.m. at Fifth Avenue and Bay Road, a four-way stop, according to the South San Francisco Police Department. The officer was working in the city as part of the Saturated Traffic Enforcement Program, a collaboration of law enforcement agencies in San Mateo County, police said. The officer entered the intersection westbound on Fifth Avenue with his emergency lights and siren activated. At the same time, a motorist entered the intersection from southbound Bay Road without stopping first and broadsided the officer, police said. The motorist immediately stopped and cooperated with the investigation, police said. Related Articles Crashes and Disasters | Police search for Suisun City hit-and-run driver Crashes and Disasters | CHP reopens I-80 in Vallejo after fatal collision south of Magazine Street Crashes and Disasters | Palo Alto man drowns in Lake Tahoe Crashes and Disasters | Survivors of Surfside...
    REDWOOD CITY, Calif. (KGO) -- A South San Francisco motorcycle police officer was taken to the hospital after being hit by a car in Redwood City Tuesday afternoon.According to police, the accident happened near 5th Avenue and Bay Road.ABC7 News has learned that the injured officer has been a member of the South San Francisco Police Department for at least 15 years.She was in Redwood City as part of a step program that involved cooperation among neighboring police agencies.She is listed as in stable condition but sustained major injuries.Officials say she is expected to make a full recovery.'Stay with ABC7 News for the latest details on this developing story. If you're on the ABC7 News app, click here to watch live
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO – Police on Friday morning arrested a 37-year-old South San Francisco man on suspicion of robbing a bank and threatening police officers. The robbery was reported just before 10:30 a.m. at a bank in the 300 block of Linden Avenue. A man approached a teller, demanded cash and left the bank with an undisclosed sum, the South San Francisco Police Department said in a news release. Officers found and detained the man in the 500 block of Cypress Avenue. Police said the man was in possession of the stolen cash and threatened to physically harm the officers. The man was arrested on suspicion of robbery, obstructing and threatening a peace officer, and violating his parole, police said. He was later booked into San Mateo County Jail without incident. Related Articles Crime and Public Safety | At least three people injured and hospitalized after shooting in Colma Crime and Public Safety | Belmont: Arrest made in shooting near Carlmont High School Crime and Public Safety | Pacifica: Bogus bomb threat under investigation ...
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO – A 15-year-old passenger was killed and an adult driver was arrested following a street-racing crash Tuesday in South San Francisco, police said. The collision was reported around 8 p.m. in the 1200 block of Hillside Boulevard. An investigation revealed two vehicles were racing each other westbound when one of them lost control and hit a wall and a tree, according to the South San Francisco Police Department. A 15-year-old passenger was killed and a second adult passenger suffered major injuries, police said. The adult driver was arrested and booked into San Mateo County jail on a charge of vehicular manslaughter with negligence, police said. The investigation is ongoing and police are asking anyone with information related to the case to call 650-877-8900. Check back for updates. Related Articles San Jose: Driver dies in crash on I-280 after colliding with several cars San Jose: 76-year-old pedestrian killed in collision is identified Motorcyclist dead after speeding, running stop sign and hitting truck One man dead, another critically injured after separate crashes...
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO (BCN) — A driver was arrested after street racing between two vehicles in South San Francisco led to a crash that killed a 15-year-old earlier this week, police said Friday. Officers responded around 8 p.m. Tuesday to a crash reported in the 1200 block of Hillside Boulevard and learned two vehicles were driving west and racing each other when one vehicle went out of control and struck a wall and tree, according to police. READ MORE: Target Reaches $5M Settlement With California District Attorneys Over Alleged False AdvertisingThe 15-year-old, a passenger in the car, died while a second passenger suffered major injuries. The driver, whose name wasn’t immediately released, was arrested on suspicion of vehicular manslaughter with negligence. READ MORE: Russia Blocks Instagram In Widening Social Media CrackdownThe 15-year-old’s name wasn’t available from the San Mateo County coroner’s office as of Friday afternoon. Anyone with information about the crash is asked to call South San Francisco police at (650) 877-8900. MORE NEWS: Motorcyclist Killed In Multi-Vehicle Crash Near Oakland's Lake Merritt© Copyright 2022 CBS Broadcasting Inc. and...
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO (BCN) — A driver was arrested after street racing between two vehicles in South San Francisco led to a crash that killed a 15-year-old earlier this week, police said Friday. Officers responded around 8 p.m. Tuesday to a crash reported in the 1200 block of Hillside Boulevard and learned two vehicles were driving west and racing each other when one vehicle went out of control and struck a wall and tree, according to police. READ MORE: Target Reaches $5M Settlement With California District Attorneys Over Alleged False AdvertisingThe 15-year-old, a passenger in the car, died while a second passenger suffered major injuries. The driver, whose name wasn’t immediately released, was arrested on suspicion of vehicular manslaughter with negligence. READ MORE: Russia Blocks Instagram In Widening Social Media CrackdownThe 15-year-old’s name wasn’t available from the San Mateo County coroner’s office as of Friday afternoon. Anyone with information about the crash is asked to call South San Francisco police at (650) 877-8900. MORE NEWS: Motorcyclist Killed In Multi-Vehicle Crash Near Oakland's Lake Merritt© Copyright 2022 CBS Broadcasting Inc. and...
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO – A motorist hit and killed a pedestrian early Thursday in South San Francisco, police said. The traffic collision was reported about 6:25 a.m. at East Grand Avenue and Forbes Boulevard, the South San Francisco Police Department said in a news release. The South San Francisco Fire Department transported the pedestrian to an area hospital, where he was pronounced dead. The pedestrian’s identity was withheld pending notification of next of kin. Police said an initial investigation revealed the pedestrian was crossing Grand from the south curb to the north curb when he was hit by a vehicle traveling westbound on Grand. “The pedestrian may have been crossing outside the crosswalk and against a red light during darkness,” police said. “As the motorist approached the intersection, his vehicle struck the pedestrian.” The motorist immediately pulled over and rendered aid to the pedestrian, police said. At this time, impairment is not suspected to be a factor in the traffic collision, police said. Anyone with information related to the case can contact Cpl. Anthony Pappas at 650-877-8900. Check back for...
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO (BCN) — Two people were arrested Sunday morning in South San Francisco following the discovery that a young woman had been kidnapped and trafficked, police said Monday. Clifford Lawrence, 33, of San Francisco, and Ayda Elshawa, 18, of Stockton were arrested following a welfare check on the victim who allegedly escaped from her captors. READ MORE: Shooting Near Downtown San Jose Injures 1Officers responded at 6 a.m. to South Airport Boulevard and Wondercolor Lane to conduct the welfare check on a 22-year-old woman. She was physically assaulted by a person armed with a gun, according to police. Officers located the suspects’ vehicle nearby. Police said both Lawrence and Elshawa initially refused to leave their vehicle when police told them to. But they did eventually. The victim had been kidnapped at gunpoint in Oakland on Sunday, driven to South San Francisco where Lawrence and Elshawa physically assaulted her and then forced her to prostitute herself in San Francisco and Oakland, according to police. READ MORE: Concord City Council To Decide On New Cannabis DispensaryShe returned to South San Francisco...
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO – A 33-year-old San Francisco man and an 18-year-old Stockton woman have been arrested on suspicion of abducting a 22-year-old woman and forcing her to work as a prostitute, police said. At 6 a.m. Sunday, officers were called to the area of South Airport Boulevard and Wondercolor Lane in South San Francisco for a report of a woman who had been assaulted by a man armed with a gun, the South San Francisco Police Department said in a news release. Officers found the victim at a business on the 300 block of South Airport Boulevard. The suspects were found nearby in a vehicle and were taken into custody, police said. An investigation revealed the victim had been abducted at gunpoint in Oakland on Sunday. Police said the suspects drove the victim to South San Francisco, where they assaulted her. She was then forced to prostitute herself in Oakland and San Francisco, police said. The victim was taken back to South San Francisco, where she was held in a hotel room against her will, police said. She eventually...
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – Two people were arrested Sunday on kidnapping and other charges after police in South San Francisco said they kidnapped a 22-year-old woman and forced her into prostitution. Around 6 a.m. Sunday, police received reports of the victim being assaulted by a man with a firearm in the area of South Airport Boulevard and Wondercolor Lane. The victim was found at a nearby business. READ MORE: Antioch Police Ask Public to Stay Clear of Police Activity Near Hwy 4Officers also located the suspect vehicle and found a man and a woman inside. The suspects initially refused to comply with officers’ orders to exit the vehicle, but were eventually taken into custody. The suspects, identified as 33-year-old Clifford Tyrone Lawrence of San Francisco and 18-year-old Ayda Alaamohanad Elshwa of Stockton were booked into the San Mateo County Jail, each facing multiple charges. Police said an investigation determined that the suspects kidnapped the victim at gunpoint in Oakland and drove to South San Francisco where she was physically assaulted. The victim was then forced to prostitute herself...
    Bay City News Service BELMONT — Belmont police said Friday they have arrested a fifth suspect in connection with the fatal shooting of a 17-year-old Carlmont High School student in 2019. Mohammad Othman died in the shooting on the night of Jan. 7, 2019, in the parking lot of Central Elementary School on Middle Road in Belmont. Investigators determined Othman knew the suspects who killed him and eventually sought arrest warrants for Ruben Gonzalez Magallanes, 23, of Indianapolis, Antonio Valencia, 21, of Concord, a 19-year-old South San Francisco man who was a juvenile at the time of the killing, and a 17-year-old boy from Mountain View. Police announced the arrests of the four suspects in November. Related Articles South San Francisco: Dog’s death investigated as possible case of animal cruelty South San Francisco: Attempted homicide under investigation Authorities identify East Palo Alto man fatally shot near apartment complex Redwood City man charged with attempted murder S.F.: French bulldog puppy taken in violent robbery in Marina District The fifth suspect,...
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO – A 34-year-old man was in stable condition after being found shot in the stomach Thursday night in South San Francisco, police said. At about 10:50 p.m. Thursday, officers were called to the 200 block of South Airport Avenue for a report of a person down on the sidewalk, possibly suffering from a gunshot wound, the South San Francisco Police Department said in a news release Friday. The victim was found and taken to Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital, where he remained Friday, police said. A preliminary investigation revealed that the shooting likely stemmed from an altercation at a nearby homeless encampment, police said. No suspect information was available. The case remains under investigation. Anyone with information can contact the South San Francisco Police Department at 650-877-8900 or the Criminal Investigations Unit at [email protected] Information can be submitted anonymously at [email protected] Related Articles Authorities identify East Palo Alto man fatally shot near apartment complex Redwood City man charged with attempted murder S.F.: French bulldog puppy taken in violent robbery in Marina District...
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – Police in South San Francisco are searching for an attempted murder suspect after a man was found shot following an apparent altercation late Thursday night. Around 10:50 p.m., officers responded to the 200 block of South Airport Boulevard after the victim was found on the sidewalk. When police arrived, they found the victim, who suffered a gunshot wound to the abdomen. READ MORE: San Francisco Outer Mission Drug Bust Yields Weapons Seizure; 2 ArrestedThe victim was taken to Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital. As of Friday, police said the victim was listed in stable condition. READ MORE: Deadly Santa Barbara Dive Boat Fire Prompts New Coast Guard Safety RulesAccording to a preliminary investigation, police said the shooting likely followed an altercation at a nearby homeless encampment. A description of the suspect was not immediately available. MORE NEWS: 49ers Vs. Rams: QB Jimmy Garoppolo Listed As Questionable For Regular Season FinalePolice said anyone with information about the shooting is asked to contact the department by calling 650-877-8900 or the department’s Criminal Investigations Unit by emailing...
    A man was fatally shot Monday in San Francisco’s South Beach neighborhood, and a suspect turned himself in, police said. The shooting happened around 3:30 p.m. in an apartment on the 100 block of Brannan Street, according to police. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene. As police were investigating the killing, they learned 43-year-old Ricky Anicas turned himself in to police in connection with the shooting. He was booked into jail on suspicion of murder, assault with a firearm and assault with a deadly weapon, police said. Anicas remains in custody and is being held without bond, according to jail records. The victim’s identity has not been released. The fatal shooting marks the first homicide of the year in San Francisco. Related Articles DNA helps identify California woman found in shallow grave in 1994 Mother who portrayed 7-year-old daughter as terminally ill pleads guilty to causing her death Homicide suspected in fatal California crash Man dies after shooting in downtown Oakland San Francisco homicide: Man shot...
    A man was fatally shot and two other people were injured early Wednesday in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood, police said. Related Articles Bay Area homicides 2021: Map and details Officers responded at 12:13 a.m. to a report of a shooting near Eighth and Mission streets. They found two men who had been shot and one who had been stabbed. All three were taken to a hospital. One of the shooting victims, a 30-year-old, died of his injuries. The two other men, ages 36 and 41, are expected to survive, according to police. Investigators have not released any details about what led to the attack, or any suspect information in the case. Copyright © 2021 Bay City News, Inc. All rights reserved. Republication, rebroadcast or redistribution without the express written consent of Bay City News, Inc. is prohibited. Bay City News is a 24/7 news service covering the greater Bay Area.
    Los Angeles police say at least 20 people attempted to break into a Nordstrom store at the Grove shopping center on Monday night. A high-speed chase ensued with police following at least four vehicles. Police said a storefront window was smashed in with a sledgehammer that was left at the scene. KNBC reported the chase ended at 98th Street and Hoover Street in South Los Angeles. Three suspects were taken into custody, police said on Tuesday morning. WBRZ reported that the event follows looting in the San Francisco area and in Illinois in recent days: About 80 suspects were involved in what police are calling a “smash-and-grab” incident Saturday night at a Nordstrom location in Walnut Creek, near San Francisco. Looters fled the store in at least 10 different vehicles, Lt. Ryan Hibbs at the Walnut Creek Police Department told CNN and three suspects were arrested. Targeted retailers during Friday’s burglaries included a Louis Vuitton store, a Burberry store, a jewelry store, a Bloomingdale’s, a Walgreens, multiple cannabis dispensaries, and an eyeglass shop, San Francisco Police Chief Bill Scott said at...
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO (BCN) — Police are investigating an interrupted residential burglary that occurred on Thursday in South San Francisco. On Thursday at 9:15 p.m., officers with the South San Francisco Police Department responded to the 10 block of Idlewood Drive on a report of an interrupted residential burglary. READ MORE: Giants-Dodgers Series, Fleet Week Power San Francisco RecoveryPolice said two suspects entered the backyard of a residence by jumping the fence, and they then shattered a sliding glass door to gain entry to the residence. The victim was home at the time of the burglary, confronted one of the suspects inside the residence, and the suspects fled the home. READ MORE: COVID Recovery: Gov. Newsom Signs Measures Extending Outdoor Dining, To-Go CocktailsThe suspects fled the scene in a silver two-door sports car, police said. The victim was not injured during the incident. Police said the suspects are described as young males with average builds and wearing hooded sweatshirts covering their heads. MORE NEWS: Logan Webb Dominant; Posey, Crawford, Bryant Homer In Giants 4-0 NLDS Win Over DodgersAnyone with information...
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – South San Francisco Police are searching for two men suspected in an armed robbery last week where an employee was attacked. Police said around 9:20 p.m. on Thursday, the suspects walked into a business on the 300 block of Grand Avenue. One of the suspects attempted to pry open a vending machine, while another stood by as a lookout. READ MORE: Entangled Dog Leash Triggered Tragic BART Powell Street Station Death When the suspects were confronted by the employee, police said one suspect ran out of the business, while another grabbed a cash register on his way out. The employee ran after the suspects and caught up to them at a pedestrian walkway connecting Grand Avenue and 4th Lane. Police said a physical struggle then took place between the employee and the suspect who stole the cash register. The second suspect also brandished a stun gun. READ MORE: Wildfires Threaten Giant Sequoias, Shut Sequoia National Park According to officers, the employee was able to defend himself, but the suspects were able to get away...
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO – An 8-month-old French bulldog has been returned to its owner a month after being stolen during a hotel room invasion robbery in South San Francisco, authorities said. An 8-month-old French bulldog has been returned to its owner after being stolen during a hotel invasion robbery in South San Francisco on June 29, 2021, police said. South San Francisco Police Department The robbery was reported at 11:30 p.m. June 29 at a hotel on the 300 block of South Airport Boulevard. The suspects forced their way into the victim’s room, attacked and hit him with a weapon, and stole the dog, which was worth several thousand dollars, the South San Francisco Police Department said in a news release Friday. Police said three suspects were arrested Wednesday in Fremont. The dog was also recovered and returned to its owner. Related Articles East Bay duo arrested in Peninsula catalytic converter thefts Suspect arrested in Redwood City jewelry store robbery Man arrested in connection with Redwood City carjacking San Francisco woman convicted of robbing...
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — South San Francisco Police arrested three armed robbery suspects Wednesday in a sting operation and reunited the victims with their stolen French Bulldog. In a Facebook post published Thursday, the South San Francisco Police announced the success of a sting targeting the suspects in an armed robbery last month. READ MORE: 18-Year-Old Carjacking Suspect Arrested In Sunnyvale SWAT Operation The victims — including the dog — were staying at a hotel on the 300 block of South Airport Boulevard when the suspects forced themselves into the room and proceeded to punch one of the victims for several minutes until using a metal object to strike his head. READ MORE: Man With Possible Explosive Device In Standoff With San Jose Police Near 101/280/680 Exchange Prada the French Bulldog after being rescued. (South San Francisco Police) After the attack, the suspects stole the French Bulldog “Prada” and the other victim’s cellphone before leaving. Detectives tracked down the three 20-year-old suspects, who were spread across San Francisco, Daly City and Pinole. On Wednesday, Det. Richard Amador contacted...
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Police in South San Francisco on Tuesday confirmed the weekend arrest of two suspects found with a loaded ghost gun and brass knuckles. Police tweeted about the arrests early Tuesday afternoon. READ MORE: Deadly Deer Disease Found In Northern California On 07/10/2021, SSFPD contacted 2 males in a vehicle on Stonegate Dr. regarding suspicious activity. Further investigation showed they were in possession of a loaded ghost gun and brass knuckles. The suspects were safely arrested and booked. #police #ssfpd #arrested #publicsafety pic.twitter.com/bOo5SmRvmq — SouthSanFranciscoPD (@SSFPolice) July 13, 2021 READ MORE: Gov. Gavin Newsom Signs $100 Billion State Budget, Provides Stimulus, School Funding Increase On Saturday, July 10, officers responded to a report of suspicious activity on Stonegate Drive. Arriving police found two male individuals in a vehicle. After further investigation, police found the men to be in possession of two illegal weapons: a ghost gun that was loaded and a set of brass knuckles. MORE NEWS: UPDATE: Authorities Say Search For Missing Jogger in Pleasanton Hills Entering a Critical Stage The two suspects...
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO – A motorcyclist suffered major injuries Tuesday when they collided with a parked cement truck in South San Francisco, police said. The crash was reported at 1:40 p.m. on the 100 block of East Grand Avenue, the South San Francisco Police Department said in a news release. The motorcyclist, identified as a 25-year-old San Bruno resident, was taken to a trauma center to be treated for their injuries, which police said were not life-threatening. An initial investigation revealed the motorcyclist had changed lanes and collided with the parked cement truck. Alcohol and drugs are not suspected as factors in the crash. Related Articles Automated vehicle makers like Tesla must now report crashes San Jose motorcyclist killed after hitting parked vehicle San Leandro man dies in East Oakland traffic crash 5 who died in New Mexico hot air balloon crash identified Photos: Many feared dead after Florida beachfront condo collapses Anyone with information about the collision can contact the police department at 650-877-8900.
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF/BCN) — A motorcyclist was hospitalized after crashing into a parked cement truck in South San Francisco on Tuesday afternoon, police said. Officers responded around 1:40 p.m. to a crash reported in the 100 block of East Grand Avenue and arrived to find the 25-year-old motorcyclist from San Bruno had suffered injuries not considered life-threatening, according to police. READ MORE: Prosecutor: San Jose Mother Admitted Strangling 7-Year-Old Son Investigators determined the motorcyclist changed lanes and hit the parked truck. Impairment is not suspected of being a factor in the crash. READ MORE: House Approves Committee To Probe January 6 U.S. Capitol Insurrection On Party Line Vote Anyone with information about the case is asked to contact Officer Walsh at (650) 877-8900. MORE NEWS: UPDATE: Lava Fire in Siskiyou County Grows to Over 17,500 Acres, Forces New Evacuation Orders © Copyright 2021 CBS Broadcasting Inc. and Bay City News Service. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO – A man and a woman were found dead Monday morning in an apparent murder-suicide at a South San Francisco home, police said. Officers found the bodies after a relative of the couple summoned them to a home on the 800 block of Tennis Drive at 10:18 a.m., said South San Francisco police Cpl. Mark Kosta in a news release. Kosta said an initial investigation suggested the deaths were preceded by a domestic dispute. The investigation is continuing, and detectives were still at the scene as of Monday evening. The identities of the people found were not released publicly Monday afternoon. Police are asking anyone with information related to the case to contact detectives at 650-877-8900. Check back for updates. Related Articles Fatal shooting under investigation in East Palo Alto Half Moon Bay: Indecent exposure suspect arrested San Bruno: No one injured after car struck by gunfire in drive-by shooting, police said Suspect arrested in Bay Area diesel fuel heists East Bay robbery suspect arrested following standoff in Foster...
    A 25-year-old man died in a shooting late Saturday in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood, police said. Related Articles Bay Area homicides 2021: Map and details Officers responded around 11:15 p.m. to the 1100 block of Mission Street, between 7th and 8th streets. They found the man in his car with a gunshot wound. The victim, whose name was not released, was pronounced dead at the scene, according to police. No arrests have been made and police have not released any other information about the shooting. Copyright © 2021 Bay City News, Inc. All rights reserved. Republication, rebroadcast or redistribution without the express written consent of Bay City News, Inc. is prohibited. Bay City News is a 24/7 news service covering the greater Bay Area.
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF/BCN) — A head-on collision in South San Francisco on Tuesday afternoon left a man dead and two people hospitalized with major injuries, police said. The crash involving three vehicles was reported at about 12:20 p.m. in the 200 block of South Maple Avenue. READ MORE: Raiders Owner Mark Davis Defends Posting I Can Breath Tweet Following George Floyd Verdict The man who died was identified by the San Mateo County coroner’s office as 25-year-old San Francisco resident Obed Orellena, while police said the two people with major injuries are expected to survive. READ MORE: Seaside Man Charged With 1991 Cold Case Murder Of Lloyd Joseph Perkins Jr No other details about the crash were immediately released by South San Francisco police. Anyone with information about the case is asked to call Motor Officer Jesse Ledesma at (650) 877-8900. MORE NEWS: Burglary Suspect Arrested After Police Find Him Hiding Inside SSF Home © Copyright 2021 CBS Broadcasting Inc. and Bay City News Service. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
    A 24-year-old man was fatally stabbed Monday night in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood. Related Articles Bay Area homicides 2021: Map and details Police found the man around 8:30 p.m. at the corner of Otis Street and Duboce Avenue. He was taken to a hospital, where he later died, police said. Police arrested a 19-year-old man in connection with the stabbing; they did not release his name. The city’s medical examiner’s office is working to identify the victim. Copyright 2021 by Bay City News, Inc. — Republication, Rebroadcast or any other Reuse without the express written consent of Bay City News, Inc. is prohibited.
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO – A vehicle was stolen from a South San Francisco home Wednesday morning, police said. The theft was reported about 10:45 a.m. in the first block of Nursery Way, the South San Francisco Police Department said in a news release. Police said an investigation revealed two garage door remotes and a set of car keys had been stolen from the victim’s vehicle earlier that day in San Francisco. Around 10:30 a.m., three men wearing black face coverings and all-black clothing used a remote to get inside the victim’s garage and steal his silver-colored 2007 Lexus GS350. One suspect left the scene in a black Chrysler 300 with tinted windows and a stolen California license plate (no. 7LIC342). Related Articles Trio arrested on suspicion of robbing Peninsula bakery San Mateo County: Women robbed of bank deposit bags in separate incidents San Francisco agrees to return religious relics Thailand reported stolen Belmont: Bank of America branch robbed Friday Lawsuit alleges Millbrae middle school teacher sexually abused students Anyone...
    BELMONT – Two people were found dead from an apparent drug overdose at a hotel in Belmont on Wednesday, police said. Officers went to the hotel on the 400 block of Concourse Place about 2:50 p.m. for a medical call and found a 31-year-old man and a 30-year-old woman dead in their room, the Belmont Police Department said in a news release. “Based on evidence located at the scene, it appears the couple may have suffered a drug overdose,” said police, adding that toxicology results are pending from the San Mateo County Coroner’s Office. Police did not release the names of the man and woman, citing the ongoing nature of the investigation. Anyone with information about the incident can contact the police department at 650-595-7400. Check back for updates. Related Articles Man suffers serious injuries in South San Francisco hit-and-run San Francisco: One detained after feds find chemicals to make explosives San Mateo: Suspect arrested in connection with Jan. 1 hit-and-run Suspect sought in South San Francisco sexual assault Peninsula man...
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO – A 50-year-old man suffered serious injuries in a hit-and-run in South San Francisco on Wednesday night, police said. The incident was reported about 7:50 p.m. on the 200 block of Village Way, near Linden Avenue, the South San Francisco Police Department said in a news release. An initial investigation revealed the victim, a resident of South San Francisco, was lying in the roadway when a vehicle drove over his torso and left the scene without stopping, police said. The victim was taken to a trauma center to be treated for his injuries. Police did not provide any information about the driver or vehicle involved in the incident. Anyone with information about the hit-and-run can contact the police department at 650-877-8900. Check back for updates. Related Articles San Francisco: One detained after feds find chemicals to make explosives San Mateo: Suspect arrested in connection with Jan. 1 hit-and-run Suspect sought in South San Francisco sexual assault Peninsula man indicted on charge of distributing child pornography Peninsula police pursuit...
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO – Authorities are searching for a man who sexually assaulted a 24-year-old woman Tuesday in South San Francisco. The victim was assaulted about 5:50 a.m. as she walked westbound on Randolph Avenue toward Edison Avenue, the South San Francisco Police Department said in a news release. Police said the victim screamed and the suspect ran away eastbound on Randolph Avenue. The suspect was described as light-skinned, 5 feet 7 inches tall and 150 pounds with a slender build. He was last seen wearing a gray medical facemask, black jacket and black sweatpants. Anyone with information related to the case can contact the police department at 650-877-8900. Related Articles Peninsula man indicted on charge of distributing child pornography Peninsula police pursuit ended in the recovery of stolen mail and the capture of two suspects, Peninsula shoplifting suspect with machete flees on MUNI bus Police arrest San Mateo man suspected of car theft, following charges of package theft days earlier Homicide-suicide under investigation in South San Francisco
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – Police in South San Francisco are searching for a man suspected of sexually assaulting a woman who was on a walk Tuesday morning. Officers said in a statement that the 24-year-old victim was walking west on Randolph Avenue towards Edison Avenue around 5:50 a.m. when the suspect approached and attacked her. The woman began screaming and the suspect left the scene on foot heading east on Randolph Avenue. The suspect is described as a light-skinned male with a slender build, standing 5’7″ tall and weighing 150 pounds. Police said the suspect was wearing a black beanie, gray medical face mask, a black jacket and black sweat pants at the time of the incident. Anyone with information about the case is asked to contact the department at 650-877-8900 or by emailing [email protected] Tips can also be given anonymously at 650-952-2244.
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO — Authorities on Tuesday were investigating a homicide-suicide at an apartment in South San Francisco. Officers were called to the apartment on the 1000 block of Grand Avenue about 3 p.m. for a report of a suspicious circumstance, the South San Francisco Police Department said in a news release. Family members had received a text message from a relative that led police to believe a homicide had possibly occurred inside the apartment. During the investigation, officers entered the apartment and found the bodies of a man and a woman, police said. “The investigation determined the deaths were a result of a homicide-suicide,” police said. The man was the tenant of the apartment and the woman was his acquaintance, police said. Police did not release any other information. Anyone with information related to the homicide-suicide can contact police at 650-877-8900. Check back for updates Related Articles Homicide investigation underway in East Palo Alto man’s death San Mateo: Man shot to death near Hillsdale Shopping Center Stone thrown through window of Foster City vice...
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Two people were found dead Tuesday afternoon in South San Francisco in a case that being investigated as a homicide-suicide. South San Francisco police said officers went to an apartment on the 1000 block of Grand Ave. on a report of a suspicious circumstance at around 3 p.m. Tuesday. Family members received a text message from a relative that led police to believe a homicide had occurred in the apartment, police said. Officers who entered the apartment found a deceased man and deceased woman, and investigators determined the deaths were the result of a homicide-suicide. The male victim was the tenant of the apartment and the female victim was his acquaintance, police said. Additional circumstances surrounding the deaths or the victims’ identities were not immediately available. Police said there was no threat to the community or residents and the investigation was ongoing. Anyone with information about the deaths was urged to contact South San Francisco Police at 650-877-8900.
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO (BCN) — Police arrested a 40-year-old South San Francisco man Monday in connection to a theft of more than $21,000-worth of auto parts back in November. The burglary and theft from a trailer at a commercial business in the 400 block of Forbes Boulevard was reported Nov. 29. Surveillance video from the business captured footage of a vehicle and some of its license plate number, which led detectives to identify Federico Flores-Ortega of South San Francisco as a potential suspect. Detectives located Flores-Ortega and the suspect vehicle involved on Monday, and on further investigation located where the stolen items were stored. They believe they recovered most, if not all of the stolen property and returned it to its owner. Police said Wednesday they are still seeking to identify other people involved with the burglary. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the South San Francisco Police Department at (650) 877-8900, the anonymous TIP line at (650) 952-2244 or via email at [email protected] © Copyright 2020 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published,...
    An Oakland man with a $100,000 arrest warrant out for him crashed into a parked car with people inside it and through the fence of a cemetery following a chase that preceded his arrest Friday night, police said. The two people who were in the parked car were hospitalized and treated for undisclosed injuries that were not life-threatening police said. The suspect wasn’t injured. In a statement, South San Francisco police said the 25-year-old suspect was arrested on suspicion of vehicle theft and felony evasion. He remained in custody Saturday at the San Mateo County jail. It all started around 9 p.m. when police said the suspect stole a vehicle from a parking lot in the 400 block of Collins Road in Colma. The owner of the car saw it stolen, police said, and called 911 while following the vehicle into San Francisco. South San Francisco police officers located the vehicle on El Camino Real and attempted to stop it, only to watch it speed away, police said. The suspect sped up as did the officers, and police said the...
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO – Authorities are investigating an attempted robbery in South San Francisco. The incident was reported in the 500 block of Grand Avenue, near Spruce Avenue, about 8:40 p.m. Thursday, the South San Francisco Police Department said in a news release Friday. The victim told police he was walking westbound when he was confronted by a man he did not know. The man demanded the victim’s money but left the area when he started screaming for help. Police said the victim was not injured and nothing was taken. The suspect was described as Latino, about 25 years old, 5 feet 8 inches tall and 180 pounds. He was last seen wearing a black bandana over the lower portion of his face, a black hooded jacket, black pants and black shoes. Anyone with information related to the case can contact the police department at 650-877-8900. Related Articles San Mateo police arrest ‘high-risk’ sex offender in connection with attempted rape of child San Mateo man dies in jail custody San Mateo: Murder-suicide investigated after shooting...
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A man wanted in connection with a 2019 assault on an elderly convenience store clerk in San Carlos was arrested in South San Francisco, authorities said Wednesday. South San Francisco police said 30-year-old Odell Uliseset Sala of San Jose was suspected of attacking the clerk at a 7-Eleven on Holly St. in San Carlos on November 9, 2019. Odell Uliseset Sala (South San Francisco Police Dept.) The clerk suffered a laceration and was hospitalized, while Sala fled the scene, police said. A $125,000 felony arrest warrant was issued for his arrest. On Sunday, a South San Francisco police officer contacted Sala sitting in a vehicle outside a Walgreens pharmacy at 399 El Camino Real in South San Francisco. He was arrested on the outstanding warrant and booked into the Maguire Correctional Facility in Redwood City. Sala faces felony charges of battery with serious injury and elder abuse. He was being held on $150,000 bail. Anyone who has information about this case was asked to contact Detective Gaby Chaghouri at 650-363-4060 or [email protected]
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO – Three men have been arrested in connection with roughly 40 burglaries in South San Francisco and 55 burglaries elsewhere in the Bay Area, police said. The South San Francisco burglaries were reported at apartment complexes and storage locker facilities in the Downtown Corridor and Westborough neighborhoods over the past few months, the South San Francisco Police Department said in a news release Monday. Police said detectives served a number of search warrants and eventually identified the suspects as a 36-year-old Crockett resident, a 31-year-old Fairfield resident and a 30-year-old Daly City resident. During the week of Oct. 19, the trio was arrested without incident and booked into San Mateo County jail on charges of commercial burglary, attempted burglary and conspiracy, police said. Related Articles Millbrae: Suspect arrested in $60,000 wine caper San Bruno police searching for suspects in Friday night shooting South San Francisco police say teens started Sign Hill fire Missing lemur found safe in Daly City, suspect arrested Lemur discovered missing at San Francisco Zoo;...
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – Police in South San Francisco have arrested three people who are believed to be involved in nearly 100 burglaries across the Bay Area. South San Francisco police said Monday the department has been investigating a series of storage locker and apartment complex burglaries in the Westborough and Downtown Corridor neighborhoods. Three suspects were identified during the investigation: Arvin Ibasan, 36, of Crockett; Johnrow Fernandez, 30, of Fairfield; and Hustler Mateverde, 31, of Daly City. Police said the evidence suggested the three conspired to commit some 40 burglaries in South San Francisco and another 55 burglaries throughout the Bay Area between May and October. The suspects were in possession of several thousand dollars in stolen property, police said. The three suspects were arrested without incident during the week of October 19 and booked into the San Mateo County Jail. Each faces charges of commercial burglary, attempted burglary and conspiracy, police said.
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – Police are investigating after several shots were fired into a home in South San Francisco early Monday morning. Officers were called to the area of Serena Court shortly after 1 a.m. after reports of gunfire. Following an extensive search, no suspects or evidence was located. Around 2 a.m., police received a call from a resident who returned to his home on the 200 block of Verano Drive, not far from where officers were called to earlier in the night. The resident said he found several bullet holes at his house and windows. He had no information about a suspect and did not know why someone would shoot into his home, police said. There are no immediate reports of injuries. Police said the investigation is ongoing. Anyone who may have witnessed the shooting or has information about the case is asked to contact South San Francisco Police at 650-877-8900 or to contact their tip line at 650-952-2244 or [email protected]
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO — A multi-alarm grass fire that broke out at historic Sign Hill in South San Francisco on Friday was set by a pair of teenage boys, police said. The blaze was reported just before noon on the south side of the hill and quickly grew to four alarms due to hot, dry and windy conditions, the South San Francisco Police Department said in a news release. Surrounding homes were evacuated while crews fought the flames. Police said a resident reported seeing two boys leaving the area just after the fire started. Officers identified the boys – ages 14 and 16 – and questioned them about their involvement. “Detectives ultimately obtained statements from the juveniles who admitted to being responsible for starting the fire,” police said. The results of the police investigation will be turned over to the fire marshal, who will conduct a “complete investigation and provide his determination at a later time,” police said. The boys were released to family members pending the completion of the investigation. Police said the fire was contained after several hours....
    A 35-year-old San Mateo man died a day after an alleged assault in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood, authorities said. Related Articles Bay Area homicides 2020: Map and details Officers responded at 4:29 a.m. Sunday to an assault reported in the 900 block of Mission Street, between Fifth and Sixth streets. They found a man on the sidewalk with injuries from an edged weapon, according to police. He was taken to a hospital, where he died Monday. He has been identified by the city’s medical examiner’s office as Orlando Echeagaray. No arrest has been made in connection with the killing, and no other details were immediately available from police as of Tuesday. Copyright 2020 by Bay City News, Inc. — Republication, Rebroadcast or any other Reuse without the express written consent of Bay City News, Inc. is prohibited.
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A 35-year-old San Mateo man died Monday — a day after San Francisco police officers found him on a SOMA district sidewalk suffering from stab wounds. San Francisco police said officers responded at 4:29 a.m. Sunday to an aggravated assault reported in the 900 block of Mission Street. Upon arrival, they discovered a man on the sidewalk with injuries from an edged weapon. He was taken to a hospital and was pronounced dead Monday, and has been identified by the city’s medical examiner’s office as Orlando Echeagaray. No arrest has been made in connection with the killing of Echeagaray and no other details about the homicide were immediately available.
      WARNING: This video contains violent content. Viewer discretion is advised.  The San Mateo County District Attorney’s office has cleared four police officers after they shot an Antioch man nine times during a frenzied sequence in April during which he slashed two people, including an off-duty officer, before taking off in a patrol vehicle. Four officers, including an off-duty San Francisco sergeant and three South San Francisco officers, fired rounds at 35-year-old Justin Silvernale during the early-morning confrontation that began at a Chevron at 110 Hickey Boulevard in South San Francisco. In a mandated investigative report this week, District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe determined that officers used a “restrained approach” by trying to reason with Silvernale and waiting as he took off in the patrol car and “seemed intent on attacking the officers and any citizen in his path,” Wagstaffe wrote. The District Attorney’s Office decided that the officers’ actions were legally justified. Silvernale died from multiple gunshot wounds to the torso at the scene, including bullet wounds to his upper back, abdomen and right hip, and had several other...
    SAN FRANCISCO – A person was hit and killed by a Caltrain in San Francisco on Friday night, officials said. The collision occurred south of the San Francisco station about 7:10 p.m., said Caltrain spokesman Dan Lieberman. No injuries were reported among the train’s 15 passengers. Trains are single tracking through the area and experiencing delays up to 41 minutes. Check back for updates. Related Articles Tesla on ‘Autopilot’ hits police vehicle which hits ambulance, driver possibly drunk: police Body found beside East Bay regional park trail Early morning Santa Rosa collision kills two, leaves three seriously injured Contra Costa: Bicyclist hospitalized with major injuries Saturday after collision with car near Los Vaqueros Reservoir Child bitten on leg by coyote in East Bay park
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS / AP) — San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin is joining district attorneys in Boston and Philadelphia on a pilot effort patterned after South Africa’s post-apartheid truth and reconciliation commission to confront racism in the criminal justice system. Suffolk County DA Rachael Rollins, Philadelphia DA Larry Krasner and Boudin announced the initiative Wednesday in partnership with the Grassroots Law Project, which is leading the effort. It will tackle racial inequities and police violence and misconduct. “Prosecutors have a special responsibility to promote justice and reconciliation with the communities whose needs have historically been neglected. In San Francisco we are working to not only enact changes and create policies that hold police accountable going forward, but also to build trust with those who have been hurt by the lack of police accountability in the past,” Boudin said in a statement. “We need to confront our ugly past to create a more just and equitable future,” said Rollins, whose jurisdiction includes Boston. Organizers said the Truth, Justice and Reconciliation Commission will “process and address the injustices of the past that simply...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Protests over the in-custody death of George Floyd have taken place across the San Francisco Bay Area. Many cities are under curfew due to widespread looting and vandalism.TAKE ACTION: Find resources to help with equality, justice and race issuesBAY AREA CURFEW: Here's which cities are under curfew and what it meansWATCH LIVE: Demonstrations, briefings planned in San Francisco Bay AreaFULL COVERAGE: Latest stories and videos about protests, investigation into George Floyd's deathHere are the latest updates from around the region and across California and the U.S.June 4, 2020 9 a.m. Curfews lifted in some Bay Area cities, countiesSan Francisco, San Jose and Solano County have lifted nightly curfews. Check here for a list of Bay Area cities and counties impacted by curfews.5:30 a.m.Several protests planned in Bay Area todaySeveral protests and demonstrations and rallies are planned in the Bay Area today -- including in South San Francisco at 11 a.m., 4:30 p.m. in Fremont, and 5 p.m. in Mountain View.June 3, 2020 11:30 p.m.Bay Area attorney says second-degree murder charge in Floyd case appears to be...
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