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Police: K-9 mistakenly bites bystander during arrest in American Canyon

AMERICAN CANYON – Police in American Canyon are conducting a review after a police K-9 mistakenly bit a bystander while a driver was being arrested following a crash over the weekend.Around 2 p.m. Saturday, police were called to the area of Highway 29 and Mini Drive following a crash. Police were arresting the driver of the crashed vehicle on suspicion of resisting arrest and evading.A K-9 was brought in after what police described as the driver's "noncompliance and the high-risk felony crime that had been committed." Police said the dog bypassed the suspect's car and bit a bystander running from...
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American Canyon police K9 bites bystander during arrest of felony suspect

AMERICAN CANYON – A police K9 bit an innocent bystander during an incident in American Canyon over the weekend. American Canyon police say, early Saturday afternoon, officers were trying to arrest 48-year-old James Spencer after he crashed near Highway 29 and Mini Drive. Spencer was allegedly noncompliant, so a police K9 was deployed. However, police say the K9 bypassed Spencer and instead went after a bystander who was apparently trying to run away from the scene. That innocent bystander turned out to be a 19-year-old man who was begging in the center median. Police say he was bitten on both of his hands, but he initially declined medical attention. Officers were able to convince him to be taken to the hospital to be evaluated, where doctors found his injuries to be minor. Police were able to arrest Spencer without further incident. He was booked into the Napa County Department of Corrections. 
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Why Soto trade talks were so disappointing for Giants, Zaidi

SAN DIEGO -- Juan Soto came along as the perfect player at the perfect time for the Giants. Tonight, they'll face him. Soto became a San Diego Padre last Tuesday in one of the biggest trades in Major League Baseball history, and the Giants may now have to deal with him for the next two and a half years, and maybe longer if he falls in love with the city -- who wouldn't -- and the Padres hand him a $500 million check.
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Two arrested in alleged assault in SF that left man with lacerations, fractured eye socket

San Francisco police have arrested two people in connection to an assault on McAllister Street last month. Late on the morning of July 15, officers responded to a reported assault on McAllister Street. A 61-year-old man had reportedly been assaulted by two suspects, one of whom fled the scene prior to officers arriving. The victim reportedly lost consciousness during the assault and sustained a fractured eye socket and lacerations to his face that required stitches, police said.
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Man accused of threatening store employee, evading officers in Palo Alto

A man on parole was reportedly arrested last week for allegedly threatening a grocery store store employee and attempting to evade police in Palo Alto. Police responded to the Whole Foods on Emerson Street on just before 1 PM on Wednesday, August 3, for a report of a disturbance. A man — later identified as 32-year-old Luis Enrique Cruz — had allegedly threatened and tried to assault a store employee, but fled the store prior to police arriving.
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Michael Silver joins SF Chronicle, will continue with Bally/Volume/Backstage/Meadowlark as well

It’s been a busy year for Michael Silver. Silver announced last October he was moving on from NFL Network and NFL.com after eight years there (following time at Sports Illustrated and Yahoo Sports), dropping a major story on “China virus” comments from Houston Texans’ owner Cal McNair at his new outlet of Bally Sports that day as well. Since then, Silver also landed a gig with the Washington Commanders’ website, teamed with long-time editor and executive John Marvel for a Backstage Media venture (which has a first-look deal with Meadowlark Media), and launched an Open Mike podcast with Colin Cowherd‘s The Volume network. Now, he’s also joined The San Francisco Chronicle as a 49ers and NFL columnist, but he’ll continue with his Bally/Volume/Backstage/Meadowlark gigs as well:
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Car Crashes Into San Leandro Furniture Store

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San Francisco Needs to Reelect Public Defender Mano Raju in November!

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Arrest made in July shooting, victim remains hospitalized

(BCN) — A San Francisco man was arrested last week in Fairfield on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon and other charges, police in San Francisco announced this morning. Acie Green, 30, is accused of shooting a 25-year-old man on the 2600 block of San Bruno Avenue on July 30. The victim sustained life-threatening […]
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