Kentfield, CA


Marin 911: Man threatens to kill sheriff’s deputy in Kentfield

Kill Threat: On Saturday (Nov. 26) around 6:30 p.m. a Deputy was unloading gear from a patrol vehicle near the Kentfield Substation. A male subject, later identified as Angel Hernandez Gutierrez of Kentfield approached the deputy while holding a shiny object. The object, later determined to be a large kitchen knife, was concealed on Gutierrez’s body as he proceeded to tell the deputy he wanted to kill him. After making the statements to the deputy, Gutierrez attempted to leave the area and discard the knife by throwing it up in the air. The Deputy asked for additional deputies to assist in the apprehension of Gutierrez. Gutierrez was taken into custody a short distance away without incident and the knife was recovered.
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Truck driver carrying mail killed in fiery hit-and-run crash in Oakland

OAKLAND, Calif. - A tractor-trailer transporting USPS packages through Oakland early Saturday caught fire, killing the driver, officials said. The California Highway Patrol confirmed two cars were speeding at the time of the crash when one of them crashed into the trailer, causing it to be engulfed in flames. CHP...

Police Arrest Chronic Shoplifter After Incident At Grocery Store

EL CERRITO (BCN) Police arrested a man at an El Cerrito grocery store after he attempted to take merchandise and leave without paying, but not before pushing a store employee to the ground and punching him for trying to prevent him from leaving. The incident occurred at the Lucky store...
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SF State Lecturer, Jazz Musician Killed in Burlingame Train Crash

A man who was killed in a recent vehicle versus trains accident in Burlingame, has been identified as a San Francisco State University lecturer. Investigators identified the victim as 58-year-old Andrew Speight. Speight lived in Burlingame and was a well-known fixture of the local jazz community. He played the alto...

Novato girl returns to head up Marin County’s HR department

Christina Cramer, a 17-year veteran of the Sonoma County government’s human resources department and its leader for the past eight years, is the County of Marin’s choice to lead its Department of Human Resources. Cramer’s first day on the job will be Jan. 17. Cramer, who grew...

One dead in Oakland shooting Saturday morning

OAKLAND, Calif. (KRON) — One man died after a shooting early Saturday morning, according to the Oakland Police Department. The shooting occurred just before 3:30 a.m. on Saturday morning on the 300 block of Peralta Street, according to police. OPD’s Communications Division received calls about a person being shot. KRON On is streaming now Officers […]

Strong Shooting Night for the Mariners

Coming off of a long break, the Mariners walked onto the court ready to dominate on Friday night. The Mariners displayed a great shooting night scoring 10 three-pointers, 32.3%; with seven being scored in the second quarter. The highest-scoring quarter for the Mariners was the second. T Claros and Aulani Leomiti led the team with 18 points and Isobell Crosswhite scored 17 points accompanied by 18 rebounds.

The Tenderloin Center to close Sunday

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — The Tenderloin Center will be closing on Sunday, cutting off a vital resource that many people have utilized since its creation. The closure was initially announced in June, and confirmed on the City of San Francisco website. The Tenderloin Center is a key part of the Tenderloin Emergency Initiative, and was […]

South San Francisco police seize large stash of pot, heroin, fentanyl and LSD

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO -- Police in South San Francisco confirmed a significant drug seizure Friday afternoon at a hotel that included a large amount of marijuana, heroin, fentanyl and LSD.According to a tweet by the South San Francisco Police Department, officers found the drugs inside a hotel room on the 300 block of Gateway Boulevard. Police also found evidence of drug sales and distribution. Police did not say whether there were any arrests in connection with the drug bust or provide specific quantities of the drugs seized. The investigation is still ongoing.

Joe Walls Arrested For Tenderloin Murder

SAN FRANCISCO—A suspect has been arrested by the San Francisco Police Department in connection to a homicide that occurred in the Tenderloin District. The SFPD reported on November 26, at approximately 10:21 a.m., officers assigned to Tenderloin Station viewed a shooting on the 100 block of Leavenworth Street. Officers rendered aid and summoned medics to the scene that transported the male victim to the hospital for life-threatening injuries.

Two 2-alarm fires break out in San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Two 2-alarm fires broke out in San Francisco overnight and early this morning, according to San Francisco Fire Department. The first fire broke out overnight at 62 Bluxome Street in the city’s South of Market neighborhood. No injuries were reported, and the fire was contained at 2:49 a.m., SFFD said. The […]