A San Francisco police commissioner and a city supervisor are weighing in with concerns about the police handling of the case of Brian Egg, whose headless torso is believed to have been left in a fish tank in his South of Market house.
A promising doctoral clinical psychology student at Northwestern University was killed over the deadly Labor Day weekend in Chicago, just hours after his arrival in the Windy City.
Serious questions are being raised over whether the San Francisco Police Department's early inaction in the Brian Egg case effectively jeopardized the department's current homicide investigation.
Missing man Brian Egg's friends and family plan a vigil for Tuesday, September 11, which would have been his 66th birthday; police announced two arrests in the case August 28.
The defense attorney for Michael Phillips, a gay man charged with the murder of an elderly man, argued there is no scientific evidence connecting Phillips to the killing during opening statements of his trial Thursday, August 23.
A preliminary hearing started this week for convicted arsonist David Munoz Diaz, who is facing charges of attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon after he was allegedly caught on video lighting a homeless person on fire.
The man found guilty of murdering gay Sacramento resident and former Bay Area Reporter freelance writer Dan Aiello was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison Friday, August 24.
An assailant screaming anti-gay slurs kicked a gay man in the head at Harvey Milk Plaza in the Castro last weekend.
After gay San Francisco man Brian Egg was missing for months, police find decomposed human remains in his home. (Updated story at http://www.ebar.com/news/crime/news//264711.)
A gay man was found guilty of stalking and domestic violence against his ex-partner Friday in San Francisco Superior Court.
In a highly unusual move, a judge rejected the plea deal of Ghost Ship defendants Derick Almena and Max Harris following emotionally charged statements from family members in an Oakland courtroom last week.
Ghost Ship founder Derick Almena is blasting the judge who threw out the plea deal last week and said it is no longer possible for him to get a fair trial.
Some Castro business owners have been unhappy with the "lack of consistency" of the San Francisco Police Department's foot patrol officers.