A new video has surfaced which sheds some light on the death of Ernesto Acosta, who was gunned down on February 10th near Hayes and Webster.
Flickr/alancleaver A man was shot in the leg while riding in a car on the 100 block of Pierce Street last night.
Photo courtesy of Devon C. A high-speed police chase which tore through the neighborhood tonight resulted in a car crash, a pursuit on foot, and the quick arrest of two robbery suspects.
Flickr/alancleaver Multiple readers heard what sounded like two cars exchanging gunfire on Pierce Street between Oak and Page last night around 12:30am, a shootout which apparently left one person injured.
Flickr/WordShore No fewer than five different readers posted comments on an unrelated story Monday claiming to have heard gunshots on Saturday afternoon near Church and Hermann Streets. So, we looked into it.
Google+ Comix Experience, the comic book store at 305 Divisadero, was robbed at gunpoint yesterday — the first armed robbery in the shop’s 23-year history.
Facebook/Your Memories of Ernesto Xe Acosta It’s been 11 days since Ernesto “Xe” Acosta was killed at Hayes and Webster, and though there are still no suspects in the case, a few new details have emerged regarding Acosta’s death.
Ernesto Acosta / photo courtesy of Jenny H. A memorial will be held tomorrow for Ernesto ‘Xe’ Acosta at the intersection of Hayes and Webster, the location where he was gunned down early Sunday morning.
Flickr/alancleaver A man was killed overnight in a shooting near Hayes and Webster.
Flickr/jorgedalmau We’ve got some good news on the crime front, for a change: the SFPD will soon be beefing up its police presence in the Lower Haight.