Posts Tagged ‘DEPORTED’

SF Ordinance 130764, Signed by Mayor Ed Lee in October 2013, Deemed Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez Ineligible for Extended Detention

Friday, July 3rd, 2015

Here’s today’s release from the SFSD:

“San Francisco Sheriff’s Department Statement Regarding Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez

The San Francisco Sheriff’s Department (SFSD) is deeply saddened by the tragic death of Ms. Steinle and offer our sincere condolences to her family and friends.

Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez was booked into the San Francisco County Jail from federal prison on a local drug-related warrant on March 26, 2015. On March 27, 2015, Mr. Lopez-Sanchez was in San Francisco Superior Court on local charges which were dismissed by the court. SFSD began confirming that Mr. Lopez-Sanchez’s federal prison time had been completed. At the time Mr. Lopez-Sanchez was booked, federal transportation orders reflected two conflicting release dates. SFSD verified that Mr. Lopez-Sanchez completed his federal prison sentence and was lawfully released from federal prison March 26, 2015. Once the SFSD confirmed that Mr. Lopez-Sanchez’s federal prison time had been completed and that he had no active warrants, he was released from San Francisco County Jail on April 15, 2015.

When Mr. Lopez-Sanchez was booked into the jail, there was no active Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) warrant or judicial order of removal for him. There was an ICE request for his detention. Once Mr. Lopez-Sanchez’s local criminal charges were dismissed, San Francisco Ordinance 130764, approved by the Board of Supervisors and signed by Mayor Ed Lee in October 2013, deemed him ineligible for extended detention. This also comports with the San Francisco Sheriff’s Department Policy on immigration detainers.

While over 300 municipalities throughout the state and country, including the City and County of San Francisco, have amended their policies regarding ICE detainers, ICE has not changed its policies or procedures to reflect that detainers are requests and not a legal basis to hold an individual. Courts including the Oregon Federal District Court in Miranda-Olivares v. Clackamas County (No. 3:12-cv-02317-ST) have ruled accordingly. In instances where a warrant or court order is obtained, individuals would be returned to ICE for deportation proceedings.”

Cold Busted: Members of the Pink Bag Mafia Lose the Food Bank Food They Were Trying to Sell in Mid Market – “Immigration Issues”

Thursday, April 26th, 2012

Here’s the scene from yesterday AM at the corner of McAllister and Market and Jones in the Tenderloinish Civic Center Twitterloin area.

The woman involved were trying to sell the stuff they had gotten from a program what just gives it away with just one condition, can you guess? The condition is that you DON”T GO TO MID-MARKET AND SELL THIS FOOD ON THE SIDEWALK RIGHT NEXT TO THE THUGS SELLING STOLEN iPHONES.

Anyway, this one was a little different. Instead of just kicking the women off the corner, our SFPD (you see them all – there’s a bunch in there) actually took their stuff. And word on the street is that the cops didn’t want to bust them, in part, over “immigration issues.”

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That’s all I know.

 

The Castro Theatre Hosts Eighth Annual NOIR CITY Film Festival – Starts Friday, January 22nd

Wednesday, January 20th, 2010

The Eighth Annual Noir City, San Francisco’s film noir festival, starts Friday night at the Castro Theatre.

Get your reasonably-priced tickets here.

See you there! 

Complete sked, after the jump.

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