SF City Attorney Unhappy with Stanyan Street McDonald's

San Francisco City Attorney Herrera is threatening to sue McDonald's Corporation for failing to clean up drugs and “other public nuisances” at the franchise's restaurant at 730 Stanyan Street near Golden Gate Park.

In a pre-litigation demand letter sent to McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook, Herrera states that the restaurant and its grounds have become a site of serious drug trafficking:

In the last six months the police have recovered more than 100 doses of LSD, over two pounds of marijuana, 88.5 grams of psilocybin (psychedelic mushrooms), more than half of a pound of marijuana edibles, and hashish from drug dealers selling their products on your Property. 

Other problematic conditions at the location—which Herrera attributes to the presence of “drug activity”—include fights, assaults, public consumption of alcohol, two dog attacks, and car thefts. Since the beginning of 2012, there have been almost 1100 calls for service to SFPD regarding the McDonald's. 


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