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Assistant Metro Editor — San Francisco Chronicle, CA

San Francisco Chronicle Deputy Metro Editor, now focusing on transportation, the environment, water, education, S.F. law enforcement and general assignment.

San Francisco city attorney: Police lawfully killed Mario Woods

sfgate.com — The San Francisco police officers who shot and killed Mario Woods acted lawfully to protect themselves and bystanders from a man who was armed with a knife, refused to obey commands and tried to flee while under the influence of methamphetamine and other drugs, the city attorney's office said.
Feb 12, 2016

San Francisco city attorney: Police lawfully killed Mario Woods sfchronicle.com/bayarea/articl… via @vivianho

Feb 12, 2016

RT @demianbulwa: San Francisco city attorney: Police lawfully killed Mario Woods sfchronicle.com/bayarea/articl… via @vivianho

Mavericks: Women riding the monsters

sfgate.com — MAVERICKS Big-wave riding is not for the timid, and some female surfers think it's time to join the men in the coast's elite competition [...] at age 23, she's a regular, and part of a small group of female surfers challenging the notion that big-wave riding is the exclusive domain of danger-craving men.

BART admits 77 percent of train cameras are fake or don’t work

sfgate.com — Fewer than a quarter of what appear to be surveillance cameras inside BART train cars are real and functional, transit agency officials said Tuesday. BART detailed exactly how many of its train cameras actually record footage in response to a public records request that The Chronicle filed after revealing the agency had been relying for years on scores of decoy cameras to fool criminals and commuters.
Feb 09, 2016

RT @SFGate: BREAKING: #BART admits 77 percent of train cameras are fake or don't work. sfg.ly/1Q7BAS0 pic.twitter.com/otG2fINDyS

Feb 09, 2016

Pure security theater on BART - 77% of train cameras are fake. sfgate.com/crime/article/…

Feb 09, 2016

RT @SFGate: BREAKING: #BART admits 77 percent of train cameras are fake or don't work. sfg.ly/1Q7BAS0 pic.twitter.com/otG2fINDyS

Feb 09, 2016

RT @SFGate: BART admits 77 percent of train cameras are fake or don’t work ht.ly/3b8Iat

Feb 10, 2016

RT @SFGate: BREAKING: #BART admits 77 percent of train cameras are fake or don't work. sfg.ly/1Q7BAS0 pic.twitter.com/otG2fINDyS

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BART admits 77 percent of train cameras are fake or don’t work

sfgate.com — Less than a quarter of what appear to be surveillance cameras inside BART train cars are real and functional, transit agency officials said Tuesday. BART detailed exactly how many of its train cameras actually capture footage in response to a public records request that The Chronicle filed after revealing the agency had for years been relying on scores of decoy cameras to fool criminals and commuters.
Feb 09, 2016

BART admits 77% of train cameras are fake or don’t work -- roughly what we first reported: sfgate.com/news/article/B… pic.twitter.com/WJByFIicCW

Feb 09, 2016

RT @demianbulwa: BART admits 77% of train cameras are fake or don’t work -- roughly what we first reported: sfgate.com/news/article/B… pic.twitter.com/WJByFIicCW

Feb 09, 2016

70pc of what appear to be cameras in San Fran's BART system are fakes: sfgate.com/news/article/B… FWIW, #ttc says all of its cameras are real

BART killing exposes security gap - many train cameras are decoys

sfgate.com — BART police investigating the weekend killing of a passenger on a train in Oakland have no onboard video of the crime, even though the transit agency had what appear to be surveillance cameras just feet from where the suspect shot the victim at close range, The Chronicle has learned.
Jan 13, 2016

Exclusive from @evansernoffsky @ctuan & me: BART killing exposes security gap — most train cameras are fakes sfchronicle.com/crime/article/…

Jan 13, 2016

BART killing exposes security gap — many train cameras are decoys sfgate.com/crime/article/… via @SFGate

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Who gets killed, and why, in California

sfgate.com — While homicides went up nearly 10 percent in the Bay Area in 2015, as The Chronicle's Vivian Ho reported, many of the details behind the bloodshed remain unclear. [...] a report last year by the California Department of Justice, which took a look at homicides in 2014, offered a look at the nature of killings in the state.

Bay Area athlete, 15, charged with felony over broken nose

sfgate.com — A 15-year-old Lafayette boy is facing felony assault and battery charges for allegedly striking an opponent and breaking his nose during a high school water polo game, an almost unprecedented case of bringing sports violence into the courts.
Dec 15, 2015

Shock after Bay Area water polo player, 15, hit w/ felony over in-game broken nose. Exclusive by @jilltucker and me sfchronicle.com/crime/article/…

Dec 15, 2015

15-yr old boy in California charged with felony assault after hitting other boy in face during HS water polo match: sfgate.com/crime/article/…

Dec 16, 2015

Bay Area athlete, 15, charged with felony over broken nose in wtaer polo game sfgate.com/crime/article/…

Dec 16, 2015

Bay Area athlete, 15, charged with felony over underwater hit during game sfchronicle.com/crime/article/… via @sfchronicle

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Arrest in 1983 rape and slaying of S.F. teen found buried at beach

sfgate.com — Thirty-two years after the body of a teenage girl from San Francisco was found half-buried in the sand at Pescadero State Beach in San Mateo County, authorities on Wednesday announced the arrest of a longtime suspect in the cold case.
Nov 18, 2015

“They were shocked. They did not expect to get a phone call after all this time.” Arrest made in 1983 killing sfgate.com/crime/article/…

Only in Silicon Valley: Alleged drone thieves thwarted by surveillance cam

sfgate.com — Santa Clara police say a pair of thieves with high-tech tastes made a low-tech mistake - getting caught on surveillance video. In the early morning hours of Sept. 14, officials said, burglars cut out a window of Drones Plus on Duane Avenue, then made off with a haul of the trendy gadgets as well as an iPad and some backpacks.

East Bay man said to drug, assault women culled from Tinder, Facebook, MocoSpace, Skout

sfgate.com — The lead agency in the case, the Fremont police force, announced the Sept. 23 arrest of Kwangmin Jin in Champaign, Ill., by authorities there who executed a warrant. According to Fremont detectives, Jin victimized at least four women from May to August, using aliases - Kevin Park, Kevin Jin, Jeremy Lee and Kevin Lee - to meet them on Tinder, MocoSpace, Skout and Facebook.
Oct 05, 2015

East Bay man said to drug, assault women culled from Tinder, Facebook, MocoSpace, Skout sfgate.com/crime/article/… pic.twitter.com/vMhwI2UjzF

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Feb 12, 2016

San Francisco city attorney: Police lawfully killed Mario Woods sfchronicle.com/bayarea/articl… via @vivianho

Feb 12, 2016

RT @susanslusser: First heats for Mavericks will get underway at 8:30 am. It's live streaming here: redbull.tv/videos/event-s…

Feb 12, 2016

RT @BenMullin: The Atlantic's Marc Ambinder sold himself cheap, as did Philippe Reines: twitter.com/ErikWemple/sta…

Feb 12, 2016

RT @Con_Chron: How a group text message by @CuonzoMartin helped set the tone for Cal's thumping Thursday night of No. 11 Oregon: sfchronicle.com/collegesports/…

Feb 12, 2016

RT @JennaJourno: NTSB: Mechanical failure, drugs didn’t cause San Jose bus crash sfgate.com/bayarea/articl… via @SFGate

Feb 11, 2016

RT @DASteinberg: Let there be crab! Crab warning lifted: Locally caught Dungeness is declared safe sfgate.com/bayarea/articl… via @SFGate

Feb 11, 2016

RT @bill_hutchinson: Inspections prompted by deadly #Berkeley balcony collapse expose problems in 402 buildings,@KVeklerov reports sfg.ly/20PaeoX

Feb 11, 2016

Correction: 20 clear gunshot wounds, 1 additional "probable gunshot graze wound"


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