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Feds who send arms against ranch families betray American values
Topic - Greg Suhr
Federal grand juries have indicted six current and former San Francisco police officers, charging three with stealing money, drugs, electronics and gift cards seized during investigations, federal prosecutors announced Thursday.
San Francisco's police chief says an off-duty officer who shot and grazed a motorist following a fender bender opened fire in self-defense after the man punched her.
A 35-year-old man was booked on five counts of murder after the bodies of three women and two men were found at a gruesome crime scene in a San Francisco home.
San Francisco police officers helped Apple Inc. investigators look for a missing iPhone prototype that was left in a city restaurant in July, the police chief said, the second time in two years the company has lost an unreleased smartphone.
Police Chief Greg Suhr and Supervisor London Breed warned revelers that police would be cracking down on extreme misbehavior.