Marina Residents Sound Off With Crime Complaints at Raucous Town Hall
Just one day after an alleged 17-car break-in spree in the Marina, riled up residents were itching for a fight at a Tuesday night town hall meeting, and gave plenty of grief to Supervisor Stefani, DA Jenkins, and SFPD Chief Bill Scott.
Sup. Stefani Has Launched a Nextdoor-Type Site for the Marina, So Sure, We Tried It Out
Supervisor Catherine Stefani’s new website the “Anti-Burglary Neighborhood Network” just launched, purporting to give her district “a way to connect with their neighbors,” and likely an attempt to burnish her tough-on-crime credentials.
Supervisors OK $700K Settlement for Police Beating Victim, In Case Where SFPD Is Basically at War With Boudin
High drama unfolded Tuesday as the SF Board of Supervisors approved a settlement for a police beating victim, but the supervisors’ charged debate shows that major new battle lines are being drawn in the Recall Chesa Boudin campaign.
In Wake of Report About Re-Offenders, an SF Supervisor Pushes For More Reporting on Suspects Released Before Trial
Adding to the warring choruses about the state of San Francisco and crime, Supervisor Catherine Stefani appears to have taken her case to the Chronicle, which rolled with a fairly sensational headline about how half of all suspects granted pretrial release go on to reoffend.