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Gavin Newsom is accused of ‘political hypocrisy’ for threat to sue GOP governors as it’s revealed HIS administration was caught ‘dumping’ child migrant criminals in other counties when he was San Francisco mayor

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California Governor Gavin Newsom has called for a criminal investigation of Republicans flying migrants to vice president Kamala Harris’s home and Martha’s Vineyard – despite having his own controversial past of ‘dumping’ criminal immigrants on others, critics claim. Newsom was caught up in a scandal in 2008 as Mayor of San Francisco, when it emerged his administration was shipping foreign-born juvenile criminals to San Bernardino without local leaders’ knowledge. The policy of shipping migrants to other counties, dubbed ‘dumping’, led to an uproar at the time.

 

  1. TodayASSOCIATED PRESS Published 5:10 PM PDT, July 14, 2023 SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A former head of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission was found guilty of federal fraud charges Friday, becoming the latest among several once-powerful city employees felled by a lengthy public corruption probe.
  2. TodayThe verdict is the latest in a corruption investigation that swept up many San Francisco officials and others. Wong pleaded guilty to fraud and money laundering charges in 2020 and was ordered to pay the city a $1.7 million settlement. Wong is cooperating with the government in their ongoing investigation of city corruption.
  3. TodaySAN FRANCISCO (CN) — Bernie Curran, a former senior building inspector for San Francisco, was sentenced to 12 months and one day in prison Friday for accepting gratuity payments in exchange for approving building permits. … Curran is the latest person to face charges in a wide-ranging corruption scheme that has ensnared several public …
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  5. 5 days agoFILE – Francisco Oropeza, center, is escorted to the San Jacinto County courthouse by San Jacinto County Sheriff Greg Capers, right, for a hearing Thursday, May 18, 2023, in Coldspring, Texas. Oropeza is suspected of killing five people, including a young boy, after neighbors asked him to stop firing off rounds in his yard.
  6. Nov 3, 2021Last updated: June 6, 2023. In January, 2020, the first domino fell. Mohammad Nuru, then the director of the San Francisco Department of Public Works, was hit with a raft of federal corruption charges and was accused of lying to the FBI – crimes that could see him in prison for up to 25 years.
  7. San Francisco’s corruption scandal has sprawled across four city departments, spanned years, and seen bribery touch even mundane aspects of city life, like monthly trash bills. Now, there’s evidence to suggest it even tried to reach our underwear drawers.
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  9. Aug 26, 2022Federal prosecutors called it “a tale of greed as old as time” — a powerful San Francisco official at the heart of a web of kickbacks, bribery and fraud that stretched across more than a decade. Mohammed Nuru, a former public works director, was sentenced Thursday to seven years in federal prison for his role in a public corruption scheme …
  10. SAN FRANCISCO – Three more people have been charged with crimes related to an investigation into corruption in San Francisco’s City Hall, announced United States Attorney David L. Anderson; Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent in Charge John F. Bennett of the San Francisco Division; and Internal Revenue Service, Criminal Investigation, …
  11. SAN FRANCISCO – Charges were unsealed today alleging that Walter Wing Lok Wong conspired for over 15 years to defraud the public of their right to the honest services of San Francisco city officials, including Mohammed Nuru, the former head of the San Francisco Department of Public Works, announced United States Attorney David L. Anderson, John F. Bennett, Special Agent in Charge of the …
  12. Dec 17, 2021SAN FRANCISCO – Former San Francisco City Hall public official Mohammed Nuru agreed in a plea agreement filed today to plead guilty to honest services wire fraud, announced Acting United States Attorney Stephanie M. Hinds, Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent in Charge Craig D. Fair, and Internal Revenue Service-Criminal Investigation S…
  13. Aug 26, 2022Mohammed Nuru, former director of San Francisco’s Department of Public Works, was sentenced to seven years in federal prison for honest services wire fraud on Thursday. His case is at the center of a wide-reaching corruption investigation that includes two former Recology employees, among many other city officials and contractors.
  14. TodayA former head of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission was found guilty of federal fraud charges Friday, becoming the latest among several once-powerful city employees felled by a lengthy public corruption probe. A jury convicted Harlan Kelly, former general manager of the commission, of six out of eight charges involving two fraud schemes, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.

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  15. TodayA sentencing date wasn’t immediately set. But Kelly’s attorney, Brian Getz, said he’d seek to dismiss the convictions or appeal the verdicts, The San Francisco Standard reported.. The verdict is the latest win for federal prosecutors in a corruption investigation that started in January 2020 with charges against Mohammed Nuru, the former director of San Francisco’s public works …
  16. 2 days agoA: I want San Francisco to understand that I fundamentally believe in holding anyone accountable who commits a crime, regardless of their status, their position, their title. That includes police …

    San Francisco Walgreens NOW resorts to CHAINING freezers to stop shoplifters in crime-riddled city swiping pizza and ice cream 20 times a day – as another branch completely boards up its windows

    • A San Francisco pharmacy has taken extreme measures to protect its goods,  padlocking freezers shut, tying metal chains to ensure the doors remain closed 
    • Video captured by a potential shopper at a local Walgreens shows aisle after aisle of products, including lower-value items, stuck behind Perspex and glass 
    • Rampant theft is plaguing many of the city’s pharmacies, with shop workers reporting instances of thieves coming into the store as much as 20 times a day

    Theft has become so bad in San Francisco that some stores are now padlocking shut their freezers and tying metal chains to ensure the doors remain closed overnight.

    Video shot by one potential shopper at a local Walgreens in the city sees aisle after aisle of products locked away behind Perspex and glass, out of the reach of thieves.

    Even lower value items such as toothpaste and tissues are kept under lock and key, such is the rampant theft that has been occurring in many of the city’s pharmacies and supermarkets.

    At one particular location, on 16th Street and Geary Blvd, the freezer doors are entirely chained up, with staff concerned thieves will come into the store overnight to empty the contents.

    Shop workers have already reported a problem with thieves coming in to the store as many as 20 times a day to fill their bags full of products including items that need to be kept at cool temperatures such as frozen pizza and ice cream.

    San Francisco Walgreens chains up refrigerators overnight

    Shoplifting has become so bad in San Francisco that some stores are now padlocking shut their freezers and tying metal chains to ensure the doors remain closed overnight

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    Shoplifting has become so bad in San Francisco that some stores are now padlocking shut their freezers and tying metal chains to ensure the doors remain closed overnight

    Video shot by one potential shopper at a local Walgreens in the city sees aisle after aisle of products behind Perspex and glass.

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    Video shot by one potential shopper at a local Walgreens in the city sees aisle after aisle of products behind Perspex and glass.

    One local branch of Walgreens is completely boarded up, although it is still open

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    One local branch of Walgreens is completely boarded up, although it is still open

    In some cases it has left pharmacy chains no option but to leave areas completely as the massive thefts hurt the bottom line.

    The pictures of chained-up merchandise marks a new low point, with stores risking alienating legitimate loyal customers who can no longer be bothered to go through the rigmarole of having to summon staff simply to grab something off the shelf.

    Another local branch of Walgreens in San Francisco is completely boarded up, although still open, and was recently the scene of a fatal confrontation between a homeless trans woman and a security guard.

    Makeup is kept under lock and key in the store and customers need a staff member to unlock it

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    Makeup is kept under lock and key in the store and customers need a staff member to unlock it

    Virtually every item is behind locked Perspex shelves

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    Virtually every item is behind locked Perspex shelves

    Customers now need staff members to help them retrieve items off the shelf

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    Customers now need staff members to help them retrieve items off the shelf

    Boxes of hair dye which retail for around $10 a box are unable to be taken off the shelf without a staff member coming to unlock the Perspex protector

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    Boxes of hair dye which retail for around $10 a box are unable to be taken off the shelf without a staff member coming to unlock the Perspex protector

    Similar scenes appear to be playing out at stores across California.

    Across San Francisco Bay, in Vallejo, a supermarket desperate to slow the constant shoplifting that has plagued it has installed giant metal barriers at exits to stop the thefts.

    Safeway recently added metal emergency exit gates in front of one of the entrances that warn an ‘alarm will sound’ if thieves try to leave the building.

    The Vallejo store closed a second entrance and other locations are said to be following suit to deter thieves.

    Some Safeway locations installed exit bars months ago, as one shopper took to Twitter to show one store going to the extreme, blocking off closed checkout lanes with large metal gates, as well as lining pathways leading out of the store with obstructions as well.

    San Francisco's once bustling Union Square is facing an exodus of businesses, residents and tourists caused by the city's lax approach to crime, homelessness and open-air drug use

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     San Francisco’s once bustling Union Square is facing an exodus of businesses, residents and tourists caused by the city’s lax approach to crime, homelessness and open-air drug use

    With rents rising as fast as crime rates, San Francisco known for its liberal views and relaxed lifestyle, has become a haven for drug dealers and addicts

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    With rents rising as fast as crime rates, San Francisco known for its liberal views and relaxed lifestyle, has become a haven for drug dealers and addicts

    A Safeway in Vallejo recently installed metal emergency exit gates in front of one of the entrances that warn an 'alarm will sound' if shoplifters attempted to leave the building

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    A Safeway in Vallejo recently installed metal emergency exit gates in front of one of the entrances that warn an ‘alarm will sound’ if shoplifters attempted to leave the building

    An Oakland store installed gates on each checkout lane that is closed to stopped shoplifters

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    Gates and bars are also been set up near the entrances to force customers to go through checkout lanes to leave

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    An Oakland store installed gates on each checkout lane that is closed to stopped shoplifters

    Threatening signs tell customers that an 'alarm will sound' if customers use the exit

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    Threatening signs tell customers that an ‘alarm will sound’ if customers use the exit

    Shoplifting and theft have been a huge problem in San Francisco has it becomes overrun with the homeless and drug addicts

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    Shoplifting and theft have been a huge problem in San Francisco has it becomes overrun with the homeless and drug addicts

    ‘Bars everywhere, multiple security guards, you have to scan your receipt for the gate to open in order to exit, and if you don’t buy anything an employee has to open the gate to let you out,’ a Twitter user remarked earlier this year regarding an Oakland Safeway store.

    Many cities in California have dealt with high-crime rates and homelessness as liberal policies have done little to stem the problems.

    That has caused people to move out of the state and hurt economic activities in some downtowns, including San Francisco.

    San Francisco has greatly been impacted by major businesses packing their bags after the streets have been overtaken by the homeless and drug-addicts, which has fueled crime.

    Tourism is down by 16 percent from pre-pandemic levels and workers have abandoned their offices to work from home and stores are emptying out.  In its place, some 7,000 homeless have descended on downtown areas and tourist traps.

    San Francisco’s once bustling Union Square and downtown area is a shadow of its former self: rows of empty stores, sparse crowds even on peak weekend shopping days and nearby hotels – including a huge Hilton – unable to cover their mortgage payments.

    The historic Flood Building, a survivor of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, stands largely empty: Gap has gone along with nearly every other business in the property with the exception of a tired branch of Dr. Martens and an Urban Outfitters store offering 70 percent discounts.

    Robbery is up 12.5 percent in San Francisco, while overall crime compared with 2022 figures is down 5.9 percent

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    Robbery is up 12.5 percent in San Francisco, while overall crime compared with 2022 figures is down 5.9 percent

    On Market Street is the soon-to-be sold Westfield San Francisco Center, the doorways reeking of urine and every store is staffed by hulking security guards.

    Westfield announced its planned departure last month and several occupants of the mall have already said they’ll follow.

    Days later, AT&T announced its iconic flagship store around the corner at 1 Powell Street, one of the largest in the country, was to permanently close.

    Ross Dress For Less and Saks Off 5th are operating a one-in, one-out system to deter thieves while Nordstrom Rack is closing down altogether in September – along with its sister Nordstrom and scores of other stores such as T-Mobile and Payless Shoes.

    Edward Liu, 49, a local resident and hospital worker told DailyMail.com: ‘A lot of the stores are closing, a lot of hotels are shutting down. ‘You don’t get the numbers in downtown anymore because a lot of people are working from home.

    ‘The homeless don’t make people want to stay for sure – it’s just not very appealing.

    ‘They defecate, they urinate on the street. They do drugs on the street. The mayor isn’t doing anything and it’s been like this for a very long time.’

    Commercial realtor Mark Ritchie told DailyMail.com that San Francisco had suffered particularly badly from the rise of remote working which has decimated footfall in the financial district and Union Square areas.

    He said: ‘The office market in San Francisco is devastated. It’s had the most severe backlash from Covid and remote work because of how tech-oriented the economy in the Bay Area is.

    ‘San Francisco is one of the hardest cities to commute into downtown so the remote work crowd, there’s even more resistance.’

    Robbery is up nearly 15 percent in San Francisco, while overall crime is down 6.7 percent.

    Target at the Metreon is experiencing a theft 'every 10 minutes' according to staff

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    Target at the Metreon is experiencing a theft ‘every 10 minutes’ according to staff

    Care products including bars of soap and body can be seen here under lock and key at Target

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    Care products including bars of soap and body can be seen here under lock and key at Target

    San Francisco Target locks product range behind security glass

    In a Target in the City by the Bay work say they the store is being shoplifted every ten minutes.

    Employees say they have watched individuals actively ‘shoveling’ goods into bags before making off.

    Other goods including trays of lipstick and nail polishes are being cleaned out by shoplifters on a daily basis, sparking fears the store could be next to flee San Francisco’s rapidly-emptying downtown.

    One worker inside the store at the Metreon, a shopping mall near San Francisco’s Union Square, told the San Francisco Standard: ‘Every 10 minutes you see it.

    ‘Look in some corner of the store, and you’ll see people shoveling stuff into a bag – food, cosmetics.’

    An anonymous worker told the news site: ‘It’s sad seeing it, that someone has to steal diapers for their kid.’

    According to the news site, staff members said they regularly see people who appear to be homeless taking food, and sometimes eating it in the store.

    Another worker said they see empty candy bar wrappers, cans of soda and occasionally liquor bottles around the store.

    They said: ‘I understand; they need to eat.’

    According to one worker, aluminum foil and over-the-counter contraception pills are sought after by shoplifters.

    The foil is said to be used to help drug users smoke fentanyl, a worker said.

    Video footage of a nearby Target has been shared on social media and shows large quantities of their stock now behind barriers.

    San Francisco has been blighted by a string of retail closures since the pandemic as the city has failed to deal with rising crime and drug problems

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    San Francisco has been blighted by a string of retail closures since the pandemic as the city has failed to deal with rising crime and drug problems

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    The Nordstrom Rack in downtown San Francisco closed on July 1

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    The Nordstrom Rack in downtown San Francisco closed on July 1

    The Market Street Anthropologie (pictured) closed its doors on May 13

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    The Market Street Anthropologie (pictured) closed its doors on May 13

    Whole Foods also closed a flagship store in downtown San Francisco in April

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    Whole Foods also closed a flagship store in downtown San Francisco in April

    Office Depot, located on Third Street (pictured) will also be closing

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    Office Depot, located on Third Street (pictured) ,will also be closing

    In the spring, retail giant Nordstrom announced they would be closing all of their locations in the city.

    The company said that due to the ‘changing dynamics’ of San Francisco it would be shuttering all remaining stores in the next few months.

    In April, Whole Foods announced it was closing all their locations, with Anthropologie and Office Depot having also made the same decisions.

    The stores joined the growing list of stores that have abandoned the coastal city, including H&M, Marshall’s, Gap and Banana Republic.

    Whole Foods had opened a new ‘flagship’ location at Trinity Place in the city’s Tenderloin District in March of last year.

    The company had hoped to revitalize footfall after two years of COVID-19 restrictions severely impacted business in the area.

    A year on and the organic food giant declared they would be closing their store ‘for the time being’ over safety concerns.

    A Target spokesperson said: ‘Retail crime is an urgent issue that is increasingly impacting the team and guests at Target and other retailers.

    ‘It’s an issue that affects all of us, limiting product availability, creating a less convenient shopping experience, and most importantly, putting our team and guests in harm’s way.

    ‘We are working with legislators, law enforcement, and retail industry partners to advocate for public policy solutions to combat retail crime.’

    San Francisco Walgreens NOW resorts to CHAINING freezers to stop shoplifters in crime-riddled city swiping pizza and ice cream 20 times a day – as another branch completely boards up its windows

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