As seen in the Alamo Square part of the Western Addition:
Bon voyage, 40-year-old bike.
The Mayor’s office has authorized a $250,000.00 reward for the information leading to the identification, arrest and prosecution of the person/s responsible for the murder of Brian Marquez.
On September 3rd, 2005, at approximately 9:00 in the evening Brian Marquez was shot and killed near the corner of 24th and Alabama Streets. Mr. Marquez was a popular tatto artist.
Persons with information or questions are urged to contact:
Inspectors Lawrence Mark of the SFPD Homicide Detail
|SFPD Homicide Detail:||415-553-1145|
|SFPD BRICC: (after hours)||415-553-1071|
|SFPD Anonymous Tip Line:||415-575-4444|
|TEXT-A-TIP||TIP411 or 847411|
|SFPD CASE #||051 995 081|
This is what you can see right before the Monterey exit of southbound 280 - a memorial for Luis Solari, who was shot to death while driving his two kids on a San Francisco freeway:
Look for it the next time you pass the second Alemany.
The Office of San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom has authorized a $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of the suspect(s) responsible for the murder of Allen Bow, killed near Frank Norris Alley around Polk and Bush on September 17, 2007.
Not sure when this reward was offered, but signs like these have just been put up. Details below, click to expand:
Homicide Victim Allen Bow
The Office of the Mayor has authorized a $50,000.00 rewardfor information leading to the arrest and prosecution of the suspect(s) responsible for the murder of Allen Bow.
On November 17, 2007 at 1:20 AM, Allen Bow was shot and killed on Polk & Frank Norris Alley. He was walking down Polk Street when he became involved in a struggle with two suspects and he was subsequently shot.
Inspector Robert Lynch or Kevin Jones
SFPD Homicide Detail: 415-553-1145
SFPD Operations Center: (after hours) 415-553-1071
SFPD Anonymous Tip Line: 415-575-4444
SFPD CASE # 071 178 430
Decisions, decisions. After opening your new MOLESKINE, “the legendary notebook of Hemingway, Picasso, and Chatwin,” sort of, you are prompted to put a dollar amount on the value of your precious words:
“As a reward: $ _________________”
My Moleskine notebook just magically appeared in the mail one day, so I don’t know its cost. Maybe $10 or so, that’s a good starting number. But what about when you’ve filled it all up? At that point it could be worth millions. So a safe bet is to update the reward value on a daily basis.
My precious! Click to expand:
After all, you could be the next Hemingway.
Or, in other words, ¿Quién mató a Brian Márquez? That’s the question people are still asking in the Mission District, especially these days, when homicides in the area are up, up up. So much so, that hundreds of marchers, including Supervisor Tom Ammiano and Police Commissioner David Campos had to hold a vigil in an attempt to draw more attention to the situation.
A scene from 24th Street. Click to expand:
The Anonymous Tip Line for Violent Crime in San Francisco is (415) 575-4444. There are rewards.