• A teen boy who was killed last week in Oakland has been identified as a Skyline High School student. The boy killed was 16-year-old Nathan Chanthavong, and his family has a GoFundMe for funeral and other expenses. [Chronicle]
  • A Stockton man, 29-year-old Darryon Williams, has taken a plea deal in a 2021 crime spree that ended in the homicide of a 64-year-old Discovery Bay man. Williams pleaded no contest to multiple felonies, including involuntary manslaughter, carjacking, evading police, and multiple counts of assault with a firearm and attempted murder, and will serve 37 years in prison. [Bay Area News Group]
  • An American Airlines flight from Dallas-Fort Worth to SFO last Thursday landed with a damaged engine cover. The Airbus 321-200 may have suffered the damage mid-flight, but it's unclear. [Chronicle]
  • Prominent SF landlord Mosser Capital is apparently facing eviction from its Financial District offices, due to a year of unpaid rent. [Chronicle]
  • The SFPD says it made 57 drug-related arrests in a one-day operation last week in the Tenderloin, and 43 of those arrested had outstanding warrants. [KPIX]
  • Mission Local continues to point out how Mark Farrell has been referring to himself as an "investor" and "venture capitalist" for years, but now that he's running for mayor he wants to be called "small business owner." [Mission Local]
  • Continuing in its coverage of the unraveling Sonoma County real estate empire of embattled investor and developer Kenneth Mattson, the Chronicle notes that the former Ravenswood Winery property, once a hot spot for Zinfandel tasting, has fallen into disrepair and has been sitting abandoned for five years now. [Chronicle]

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