SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — A San Francisco Sheriff’s deputy who had his gun stolen from his car was released from his probation.
Police received a call about an auto burglary at 6:43 p.m. on Sunday in the 200 block of San Bruno Avenue.
The service gun was stolen out of the trunk of the off-duty deputy’s parked rental car, according to Sheriff Hennessey.
Sheriff Hennessey said that the gun was not secured, which is a violation of the San Francisco Sheriff’s Department police.
He was on probation because he was with the SF Sheriff’s Department for less than a year.
He is no longer employed by the San Francisco Sheriff’s Department as of Monday, September 18.
The Sheriff’s Department is not releasing the former officer’s name.
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