A U.S. Navy veteran in California has been accused of soaking two dogs with acid and gouging their eyes out. David Herbert, 36, was arrested Wednesday in Oceanside after authorities executed a search warrant of his home, Fox 5 San Diego reported. Herbert is a disabled veteran who was honorably discharged from the Navy after...
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By Fox News - Wednesday Aug 9, 2017
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By Mary Beth Quirk - Wednesday Jul 5, 2017
Sure, you may love taking in all the sights and sounds of the beach from the shade of your own personal tent, but let’s face it: Everyone else around you is probably annoyed that you’ve set up a portable shelter that may block others from enjoying the beach. In one oceanside city, beach police have started cracking down on these …
- Woman killed in fall from cliff at SF’s Fort Funston identified
By Jenna Lyons - Friday Oct 6, 2017
A woman who fell to her death from a cliff at San Francisco’s Fort Funston on Thursday evening was identified as a 36-year-old Tracy resident, authorities said Friday. The San Francisco medical examiner identified her as Arezoo Yusufi. The woman fell under undisclosed circumstances Thursday evening, according to Dana Polk, a Golden Gate National Recreation Area spokeswoman. The San Francisco Fire Department said about 5 p.m. Thursday that firefighters were attempting to rescue the woman from the cliff. Fort Funston, a popular hang gliding spot under jurisdiction of the National Park Service, is known for its 200-foot oceanside bluffs.
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- Handful of Bay Area cities buck the trend of banning all fireworks
By Filipa Ioannou - Friday Jun 30, 2017
A thick layer of fog was draped over San Bruno on Friday, but the fireworks stands set up in the parking lot of the Shops at Tanforan mall boasted boxes with neon text screaming “Dazzle the crowd!” “Backyard Barrage!” “Peacock tail!” and “Phantom Awestruck.”“People are always procrastinators,” said 18-year-old Charlene Smith, who was selling fireworks to benefit the San Bruno Rotary Club.Fireworks of all kinds are illegal almost everywhere in the Bay Area, but a few cities — San Bruno, Pacifica, Newark, Union City, Dublin, Sebastopol, Rohnert Park, Petaluma and Cloverdale — allow the sale of “safe and sane” pyrotechnics, the kind that are neither projectiles nor explosives.Many of the groups hawking the fireworks do so to help law enforcement offset costs of the holiday or to support local do-good organizations.In Pacifica, for instance, fireworks are sold by nonprofits and an 8 percent surcharge added to all sales is used to offset public safety costs dealing with the holiday, according to Capt. Joe Spanheimer, a spokesman for the Pacifica Police Department.Just because the oceanside city allows the sale of sparklers, smoke balls and other safe and sane offerings designed to crackle, glitter and flicker, doesn’t mean its problems with illegal fireworks are settled.“Currently, there appears to be a culture in Pacifica, particularly in the southern end of the City, which believes that illegal fireworks are just something that is part of the July 4th celebration,” the police report said.Several recent busts have seen Bay Area law enforcement agencies confiscate hundreds of pounds of illegal fireworks.[...] although a hundred pounds of fireworks may sound like a lot, those seizures are just a tiny piece of the picture, said Sgt. Ray Kelly of the Alameda County Sheriff's Office.In Stockton, where safe and sane fireworks are legal, police confiscated more than 950 pounds of illegal fireworks from a 37-year-old man on Sunday afternoon.Perhaps the suspect, identified by police as a Stockton resident, was aware that weather forecasters expect the inland areas will be the best places to watch fireworks, with cloudy conditions dominating the whole day in some areas, like Ocean Beach, while in the Financial District, the cloud cover will probably start to roll in around 6 p.m.
- Kushners face heated trial over suburban Jersey mall project
By GARANCE BURKE and BERNARD CONDON, Associated Press - Friday Jul 7, 2017
Plaintiffs in the mall suit are claiming town officials privately negotiated with the Kushners for half a year without telling the community, then rushed a vote on new zoning rules that benefited only Kushner's company after the deal already had been rejected.[...] the attorneys for the Kushner Cos. say the mall was in "steady decay" and that those opposing the expansion want to block the company from building affordable housing for needy residents.The Kushners have been pressing the city to approve a downsized version of a 22-building waterfront community the family promised years ago, but that is uncertain given resentment over stalled construction and a lawsuit from condo investors who feel misled.In August 2015, Kushner's parents threw a garden party honoring Trump at the family's block-long oceanside estate in Long Branch, where officials soon will vote on a proposal to give the Kushner Cos. and a real estate partner up to $25 million in taxpayer-backed financing for a resort development."Jared Kushner took the lead, he introduced himself and spoke about his company," Republican Mayor Dennis Connelly said in a description of the initial pitch, according to borough council meeting minutes.After news of the plan finally broke in the local press in February 2016, records show that one council member emailed Connelly to suggest people be allowed to comment in an upcoming meeting, saying residents felt "the project is being rushed."More than 100 residents packed a public meeting that April, with many arguing that Kushner's scaled-back plan to build 800 apartments would cause gridlock and drain social services in the sleepy borough.Judy Rutan, a caterer whose backyard flanks the mall, had been worried that the value of her home would fall with apartment blocks going up next door, so was relieved to think that the expansion was over."According to you, not according to us!" one resident shouted.[...] I'll call the vote now.With the town divided, four residents — three Democrats and one Republican — filed suit against Eatontown weeks before the presidential election seeking to void the council vote, claiming that borough officials' decision to meet in a smaller room was "practically designed" to limit debate.The suit accused officials of violating the public meetings act, along with breaking with procedure and land-use law by giving special zoning favors to a single developer, an illegal act called "spot zoning."