Ostensibly called as a "community meeting" meant to give the mostly Cantonese-speaking seniors who live in the concrete high-rises an update about an assault that occurred there in April, the meeting instead was between the media and Chaplin, who has a low political and public profile despite 26 years on the city's police force.
Newly minted SF police Chief Toney Chaplin arrives at Ping Yuen. pic.twitter.com/QJfntQFb9J— Chris Roberts (@cbloggy) May 20, 2016
Police tried to extract her from the vehicle when a "back and forth" ensued, Suhr said, after which the woman was shot once.
Chief Suhr says woman shot in Bayview had stolen a car, fled from police. She did not survive her injuries. pic.twitter.com/7AhEWtKwyo— Jessica Christian (@jachristian) May 19, 2016