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Morning Wrap: 5/2/12

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Top of the morning’s news:
  • Police Chief Greg Suhr says protesters who took over a vacant building on Turk Street yesterday appeared to be the same “anarchists” who rampaged through the Mission District Monday night. Chronicle
  • The recall effort against Oakland Mayor Jean Quan appears to be running out of steam. Oakland Tribune
  • In a setback for the effort to oust suspended Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi, a judge tentatively denied Mayor Ed Lee’s attempt to subpoena mobile-phone records from the sheriff’s former campaign manager. Chronicle 
  • Assemblyman Roger Hernandez of Los Angeles County was charged with two misdemeanor counts of drunken driving related to his March arrest in Concord. Contra Costa Times
  • City College of San Francisco named Montana education consultant Pamela Fisher as interim chancellor. Chronicle
  • The teenager accused of stealing chef Guy Fieri’s $200,000 Lamborghini from a Van Ness Avenue showroom was to be charged as an adult in Marin County. Chronicle

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