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Your search for obstruction AND matier AND ross returned 8 Chronicle articles from the full archive.

Veteran cop Greg Suhr named new S.F. police chief

San Francisco Chronicle, 04/26/11

(04-26) 21:42 PDT San Francisco — Capt. Greg Suhr, a 30-year veteran of the San Francisco Police Department whose roller-coaster career has included command of two of the city’s toughest station houses and an indictment for allegedly conspiring to…

Ed Lee considers 3 police chief candidates

San Francisco Chronicle, 04/16/11

For weeks, San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee has been doing background checks and interviewing and re-interviewing the three finalists for police chief – and from the looks of it, he is isn’t comfortable with any of them. The choice is between Bayview Station…

Ellison miscalculated move to score Warriors

San Francisco Chronicle, 07/18/10

A strategic miscalculation by Oracle’s Larry Ellison cost him a chance to buy the Golden State Warriors. True, we’re told that Ellison did offer a few million dollars more for the team than Silicon Valley venture capitalist Joe Lacob and Hollywood sports…

S.F. ticket-writers’ cell phones silenced

San Francisco Chronicle, 01/18/09

San Francisco’s parking control officers have been banned from using their cell phones at work – hands-free or not. In a memo that the Department of Parking and Traffic sent out Thursday, the officers were told they couldn’t chat on cell phones even when…

Bonds now blasting deer instead of baseballs

San Francisco Chronicle, 11/23/08

Barry Bonds has put down his bat and picked up a gun in his new role as spokesman for Christensen Arms, a munitions company that specializes in high-powered hunting rifles. “It gets your blood pumping,” a camouflage-clad Bonds says as he stares through the…

Barry Bonds’ lawyers headed back to court

San Francisco Chronicle, 10/20/08

The Chronicle’s Lance Williams tells us that Barry Bonds’ legal team will be back in federal court Friday, trying once again to persuade U.S. District Judge Susan Illston to pare back the slugger’s 15-count indictment for allegedly lying to the grand jury…

S.F.’s $3.9 million wasted opportunity

San Francisco Chronicle, 10/20/08

Despite sinking $4 million in mostly private foundation money into trying to turn around some of San Francisco’s poorest neighborhoods, Mayor Gavin Newsom’s Communities of Opportunity program has largely been a bust, according to a new city audit. The…

S.F. crime crackdown fuels OT at jail

San Francisco Chronicle, 04/07/08

Mayor Gavin Newsom’s recent call for a crime crackdown has overstuffed the understaffed County Jail to the point where one 360-bed unit is being run 24/7 by deputies earning time-and-a-half – for an average pay of $55 an hour each. Sheriff Michael…