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A former Northwestern University professor accused of fatally stabbing his boyfriend was “catfished” by his onetime co-defendant, who killed the young hairstylist in a jealous rage, his attorney claims.
In the Midst of Housing Shortage, Bay Area Drug Kingpins Lured in Low-Level Dealers with Promises of Cheap Rent, Feds Say
SAN FRANCISCO — As accused low-level drug dealers in a massive conspiracy case continue to accept plea offers, many defendants have incredibly similar stories: They came to the United States to escape poverty in Honduras, ended up agreeing to sell drugs in San Francisco, and were busted by undercover cops before catching federal charges.
Oakland Man Who Got Gun from Corrupt Sf Cop Sentenced to Federal Prison; Attorney Says Deputy ‘Seduced,’ Blackmailed Him
SAN FRANCISCO — An Oakland resident was sentenced to 30 months in federal prison Tuesday, for being a felon in possession of a firearm.
After about two days of deliberations, a Contra Costa County judge declared a mistrial Tuesday in the sexual assault case involving world-renowned ballet dancer and instructor Viktor Kabaniaev after a jury was deadlocked at 6-6, his defense attorney said.
A former San Francisco sheriff’s deputy accused of having a romantic relationship with a jail inmate and lying about her property being stolen.
A Mill Valley producer was dealt a major setback Thursday in his bid to stage a free rock concert in Golden Gate Park to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love.