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I-TEAM EXCLUSIVE: East Bay Regional Park Dist. staff admit to shooting cats, policy sparks controversy

I-TEAM EXCLUSIVE: East Bay Regional Park Dist. staff admit to shooting cats, policy sparks controversy

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- The East Bay Regional Park District has a little-known policy that is now the center of controversy -- park staff shoot and kill cats that may pose a danger to wildlife. The has been investigating what else can be done to protect both the cats and endangered birds.Park staff shooting cats comes as a shock to many people, including the viewer who tipped us to the story, and even to people who work in animal welfare.It's 7:30 at night in an East Oakland office park, Cecelia Theis is trying to trap what's left of the colony of cats she's...

Dec 7
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I-TEAM: Owner of Silicon Valley lab faces federal fraud charges, accused of filing more than $69M false COVID-19 test claims

I-TEAM: Owner of Silicon Valley lab faces federal fraud charges, accused of filing more than $69M false COVID-19 test claims

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- The founder of a Silicon Valley lab, Mark Schena of Los Gatos, appeared before a San Jose Federal Court judge Tuesday by telephone, in what the Department of Justice says is the first criminal securities fraud prosecution related to the WATCH:Schena, 57, is charged with an alleged scheme to mislead investors and commit health care fraud by filing more than $69 million in false and fraudulent claims for coronavirus testing he developed at his laboratory, Arrayit Corporation in Sunnyvale.The ABC7 I-Team first questions about the...

Dec 1
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San Jose code enforcement inspector charged with sexual assault, extortion of massage parlor owners

San Jose code enforcement inspector charged with sexual assault, extortion of massage parlor owners

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutPolice believe there may be more victims and are asking anyone with information to contact the department.By SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- A San Jose code enforcement inspector who worked the city's massage parlors has been charged with committing extortion, rape and other sex crimes while on the job.In his final full year as a San Jose code enforcement inspector, Bill Gerry made $178,000 dollars in pay and benefits. He resigned last year, moved to Texas with his wife and kids, and became active in the church, hosting regular prayer and song sessions on...

Nov 5
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Suspect arrested after free speech rally organizer assaulted in San Francisco, officials say

Suspect arrested after free speech rally organizer assaulted in San Francisco, officials say

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy and Cornell Barnard SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The San Francisco Police Department says they've made an arrest after a free speech rally and protest against Twitter turned violent on Saturday.Around 12:20 p.m. on Saturday, Philip Anderson, the main event organizer, told officers he was participating in a free speech rally at UN Plaza when he was punched in the face by an unknown suspect. The assault caused him to lose two teeth.On Monday, SFPD officers arrested a 35-year-old suspect from Watsonville, identified as Adora Anderson. Officials say the suspect was...

Oct 19
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Tensions rise after free speech rally turns violent in San Francisco

Tensions rise after free speech rally turns violent in San Francisco

Welcome, Your AccountLog Out"Take a good look, you knocked a Black man's teeth out."By and Cornell Barnard SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- An event billed as a free speech rally and a protest against Twitter turned violent Saturday. The event featured some well-known conservative personalities, but organizers were forced to cancel the rally minutes after it started.A large crowd of demonstrators gathered at UN Plaza in San Francisco to oppose a small group, holding what was billed as a free speech rally protesting what they say is Twitter's censorship of some of its content."They have no business...

Oct 17
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Wildfire impact: Water emergency for Tule Elk at Point Reyes, activists square off against U.S. Park Service

Wildfire impact: Water emergency for Tule Elk at Point Reyes, activists square off against U.S. Park Service

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy POINT REYES, Calif. (KGO) -- Exclusive video obtained by the ABC7 I-Team shows activists sneaking into a closed national park earlier this month to provide water to California's native Tule Elk, after half a dozen of the animals died during drought conditions.Now, the controversy over the Tule Elk on Pt. Reyes National Seashore is heating up, with a demonstration Sunday. A serious drought five years ago killed half of the Tule Elk on Pt. Reyes. The activists don't want to see it happen again.EXCLUSIVE: Fifty people gathered Sunday at the Tomales Point Reserve,...

September 15, 2020
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EXCLUSIVE: Couple celebrating birthday Tased, beaten by San Jose police after hotel noise complaint

EXCLUSIVE: Couple celebrating birthday Tased, beaten by San Jose police after hotel noise complaint

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutShocking video obtained by the ABC7 I-Team shows a young couple being Tased and beaten by San Jose police following a minor noise complaint.By SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- A hotel guest called in a minor noise complaint against a young couple celebrating a birthday, but that led to them being Tased, shot with a riot gun, and beaten by San Jose police.The ABC7 I-Team has obtained the officers' body camera videos from that incident, key evidence in a federal civil rights lawsuit.RELATED: The lawsuit says the San Jose P.D. has a culture of excessive force that has...

August 15, 2020
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Santa Clara County sheriff's captain among 4 indicted on felony bribery and conspiracy charges

Santa Clara County sheriff's captain among 4 indicted on felony bribery and conspiracy charges

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy and Lauren Martinez SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- A Santa Clara County Sheriff's captain and three others have been charged in connection with a gun permit bribery scheme, District Attorney Jeff Rosen announced Friday.Captain James Jensen, attorney Christopher Schumb, attorney Harpaul Nahal, and business owner Michael Nichols are accused of conspiring with the CEO and a middle manager of AS Solution, Inc., an international security company, to offer a $90,000 bribe to obtain concealed firearms permits (CCW licenses) for the company's executive protection agents....

August 8, 2020
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George Floyd protests: San Jose Police Dept. hit with federal civil rights lawsuit over injuries to protesters

George Floyd protests: San Jose Police Dept. hit with federal civil rights lawsuit over injuries to protesters

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- The San Jose Police Department has been hit with a federal civil rights lawsuit accusing officers of using excessive force during five days of protests that followed the killing of George Floyd.A protester said, "Who shot me?" The answer, a hail of police projectiles.That new video obtained by the ABC7 I-Team shows San Jose Police firing rubber bullets at protesters, just days after George Floyd's death at the hands of police in Minnesota.The video is now part of a federal civil rights lawsuit filed over the weekend against the SJPD,...

June 23, 2020
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I-TEAM: Air Force sergeant arrested on suspicion for killing of deputy in Santa Cruz County

I-TEAM: Air Force sergeant arrested on suspicion for killing of deputy in Santa Cruz County

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy BEN LOMOND, Calif. (KGO) -- The has new information about the suspect in the death of 38-year-old Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Sgt. Damon Gutzwiller.The Sheriff's Department identified the suspect as 32-year-old Steven Carrillo of Ben Lomond.The FBI is investigating whether Carrillo is also responsible for the that killed security officer Pat Underwood and injured his partner on May 29th. Security cameras caught this white van as the side door opened and gunfire erupted.Saturday's incident began when someone spotted Carrillo in a white van with weapons and...

June 8, 2020
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