Lt. Tracy McCray accused San Francisco officials of fostering an environment in which “crooks [know] they can just go in because there are no consequences,” saying there aren’t enough officers on the streets and San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin fails to prosecute crimes, such as the recent Walgreens incident, when they occur.
“What happened in that Walgreens has been going on in the city for quite a while,” McCray said during a segment on Fox News. “I’m used to it. I mean we could have a greatest hits compilation of people just walking in and cleaning out the store shelves and security guards, the people who work there, just standing by helplessly because they can’t do anything.”
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