San Francisco police conduct large-scale operation, apprehend 54 individuals

San Francisco police also seized 600 grams of narcotics in its operation.

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San Francisco authorities announced on Friday that the city's police department successfully conducted an operation resulting in 54 arrests, including the apprehension of numerous wanted fugitives. The operation, which spanned multiple agencies, targeted the Tenderloin neighborhood, known for its rampant drug use and homelessness issues.

According to CBS News, earlier in the week, law enforcement seized 600 grams of narcotics as part of the ongoing efforts to combat illegal activity in the area. Police Chief Bill Scott emphasized a zero-tolerance stance towards unlawful behavior in and around the neighborhood, asserting that arrests will continue indefinitely.

“Illegal activity will not be tolerated in and around the Tenderloin. We will be out in force making arrests for as long as it takes,” Chief Scott said. “I want to thank our hard-working officers and our city partners for their commitment to this effort.”

The operation, carried out throughout Wednesday, was coordinated by the city's Drug Market Agency Coordination Center. Among the 54 arrests, 34 individuals had outstanding warrants, while eight suspects were detained for possession of illegal narcotics with intent to distribute, according to the San Francisco Police Department. Additional arrests were made for offenses related to possession of controlled substances and stolen property.

“The SFPD would like to thank the assistance of the San Francisco Sheriff's Office, who were instrumental in this operation. Our efforts in taking wanted suspects off our streets and to hold individuals accountable for selling illegal narcotics and creating the drug crisis on our streets will make streets safer and save lives,” the police department said in a statement.

San Francisco has faced heightened scrutiny for its crime rates and drug-related issues, with city officials seemingly unwilling to enforce the law. 

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