SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Police Department conducted a six-hour operation last week that resulted in a total of 73 arrests in the Tenderloin District
On Wednesday, August 7, the San Francisco Police Department conducted their operation to locate and arrest fugitives with arrest warrants in San Francisco, San Luis Obispo, San Mateo, Rohnert Park, Burlingame, Alameda, Colma, Contra Costa County, Palo Alto, Berkeley, and on CDC Parole.
Authorities issued warrants for narcotics, aggravated assaults, burglary, contempt of court, theft, sex offenders, domestic violence, fraud, and parole violations. All offenders were arraigned in San Francisco County Jail.
The SFPD posted their press release about the operation via Twitter, indicated that this is the latest in their operations to make the Tenderloin District a safer place.
“The Tenderloin is home to approximately 4,000 children who attend schools in the community and attend programs in neighborhood parks. These children are a major factor in the Department’s commitment to removing this criminal element from the streets and sidewalks these children travel to and from school,” said the SFPD.