San Francisco Police Trying to Identify Woman with Assault Rifle
San Francisco Police Department Traffic Safety Press Release
On 7/11/2021, During an illegal exhibition of speed event at Barneveld and McKinnon, a passenger leaned out of a Cadi holding an AK47; see photo. SFPD Traffic Company personnel worked up a case and seized this particular vehicle today.
San Francisco police shared a disturbing photo Wednesday of a passenger in a vehicle leaning out the window holding an AK-47.
The photo was apparently taken July 11 from what SFPD is calling an “illegal exhibition of speed event.” The event at Barneveld and McKinnon avenues in the produce warehouse district near the Bayview neighborhood appears to have happened during broad daylight.
The photo, like a scene out of an action film, shows what appears to be a woman nonchalantly wielding the weapon during a chaotic moment. SFPD’s Traffic Safety Twitter account shared the photo and another of the Cadillac involved being towed away by a truck.
“Company personnel worked up a case, and seized this particular vehicle today,” police wrote in their Twitter post.
KTVU has reached out to SFPD for more information on the incident and to see if any arrests were made or if anyone was injured during the illegal event.
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