San Francisco prosecutors have charged an Oakland man with possession of an assault weapon for an incident Tuesday in San Francisco’s Tenderloin district. “These weapons of war have no place on the streets of our city,” District Attorney Kamala Harris said in a statement Thursday announcing the charges.According to prosecutors, Marshall Prosser, 19, was walking with two other “associates” in the Tenderloin when police recognized and stopped one of them.A gloved Prosser allegedly ran from police at that point, flinging away a loaded assault weapon on Eddy Street. He was stopped on Taylor Street between Ellis and Eddy streets and arrested.Prosser pleaded not guilty Thursday in San Francisco Superior Court to four felonies: possession of an assault weapon, being a person under 30 prohibited from possessing a firearm, being a convicted person having a concealed firearm, and being a convicted person carrying a loaded firearm. Each of the charges carries a potential maximum three years in state prison.He also pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor charge of resisting, obstructing or delaying a peace officer.Prosser remains in custody on $300,000 bail.
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