San Francisco police share image of woman leaning out of car with AK-47


The San Francisco Police Department shared an image of him social media on Wednesday that appeared to show a woman stuck her head outside in a Cadillac and holding an AK-47.

Police you say in a statement on Twitter that the woman was in the passenger seat of a speeding car on July 11 at Barneveld Avenue and McKinnon Avenue in the Bayview neighborhood near Highway 101.

Police described the incident as an “illegal display of speed.”

“SFPD ​​Traffic Company personnel worked a case, and this particular vehicle was seized today,” police said.

Police also posted an image on Twitter of what appeared to be the Cadillac being towed and escorted by a police officer on a motorcycle and car officer.


The incident of the SFPD Cascade Driving Response Unit and the SFPD Company investigation were investigated.

“Due to the fact that this is an open [and] our active investigation cannot comment further, “police spokesman Adam Lobsinger said via email.

Police said they could not comment on whether any arrests were made. They also could not comment on whether the woman fired any shots.

For updates on the incident, visit San Francisco Police Department traffic account Twitter.

This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available.

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