Half Moon Bay is dragging its feet on implementing new cannabis regulations ahead of January 1 legalization date.
Wind gusts sent trashcans flying Sunday night in Pacifica. Meteorologists say the cause was "collapsing thunderstorms" (see news story above for details). On Monday, the whole Bay Area saw thunder, lightning, and rain. Thousands of lightning strikes caused downed trees (see below @ Moss Beach) and brushfires.
Is it the heat or the humidity? Click the police log above for a day's worth of mischief and mayhem in Pacifica.
Far-right Patriot Prayer members who rallied recently in Pacifica drove their flag-bedecked car through an antifa counterprotest at a right-wing demonstration in Vancouver, Washington on September 10.
Pacifica Police made a traffic stop at Linda Mar on Saturday evening. When the suspects took off, police chased them up the hill and through the tunnel, where the suspects crashed and were arrested. See the police press release above for full details.
Heat stroke claimed the lives of six elderly residents of the San Francisco Peninsula in last weekend's extreme high temperatures, including Patrick Henry, 90, of Pacifica.
Linda Mar Valley, September 1
This arrest was made due to a vigilant neighbor who noticed the crime in progress and called police immediately.
Surf Spot restaurant on Sea Bowl Lane closed August 27, 2017. Facebook page: "To receive a refund on any unused Surf Spot gift cards, please send the card with your mailing address to 4625 Coast Highway, Pacifica, CA 94044." Impressive that Surf Spot honored unused gift certificates. That's good, ethical business practice by local owners. We hope they paid off their vendor bills the same way, so nobody got stiffed.
Shelter Cove Beach public access may now be possible following this court order. Martins Beach billionaire owner Vinod Khosla so far has defied the court order. Will he face contempt-of-court charges?
Frightened Midcoast motorists are using the NextDoor online forum to report aggressive drivers on Highway 1, even posting photos and license plate numbers to identify the offenders. Due to privacy concerns, NextDoor asks posters not to accuse individuals of wrongdoing but to report them to law enforcement. NextDoor posters frequently report dangerous drivers (including multiple reports about a vehicle with an SF LUV personalized plate and a brown Chevrolet Suburban identified with a photo and a license plate on NextDoor). Complaints include tailgating, cutting people off, even using the emergency lane to pass cars inside the Devil's Slide tunnel.