San Francisco police officer arrested for alleged grand theft, insurance fraud

6/28/2022 12:30:00 PM

A San Francisco police officer has been arrested following an investigation into an alleged insurance fraud investigation, the department announced Monday.

A San Francisco police officer has been arrested following an investigation into an alleged insurance fraud investigation, the department announced Monday.

A San Francisco police officer has been arrested following an investigation into an alleged insurance fraud investigation, the department announced Monday.

According to a press statement, the police internal affairs unit was notified in August 2019 of an alleged fraud related to a vehicle damaged in a collision.Facebook by tagging your photos or videos #abc7now and we may show them online or on TV.San Francisco's first Pride Parade happened way back in 1970, with about 30 participants marching down Polk Street.San Francisco's Pride celebration has returned, attracting thousands of people.

Investigators determined Officer Adam Eatia committed theft by false pretense when he represented that the damaged vehicle was not insured and took money from the victim as compensation for the damage while off duty, police said.In addition Eatia allegedly made false statement to his insurance company when filing a claim on the damaged vehicle, and allegedly impersonated an SFPD sergeant on the application for insurance.Full terms:.During the investigation, Eatia, a 15-year department veteran, was disarmed and transferred in September to a non-public assignment.That's why we celebrate the culture and community on the last weekend of June every year.On June 22, a judge issued an arrest warrant for Eatia and on Friday, Eatia voluntarily surrendered himself at San Francisco County Jail."The actions of this SFPD member violate the law and regrettably fall far short of our department's shared values," said Chief William Scott in a prepared statement.After the pandemic forced a two-year break, a couple from the Sacramento area was eager to participate and welcome it back.

"As sworn police officers, we have no higher obligation than to earn and maintain public trust, and we are disappointed that this incident detracts from the outstanding work done by our officers and non-sworn members every day.By 1973, the event had grown to 43,000 participants.At the same time, we are grateful to our Internal Affairs Division and its members for the thorough investigations they conducted and the case they presented to the special prosecution division of the San Francisco District Attorney's Office.Their diligence affirms our department's commitment to accountability and the principle that no one - including a police officer - is above the law." Eatia was booked on charges of grand theft by false pretense, two counts of insurance fraud, identity theft and forgery.Wade, a decision that holds frightening implications for overturning other hard-fought civil liberties.In: First published on June 27, 2022 / 3:09 PM © 2022 CBS Broadcasting Inc." "I have co-workers who are gay and just want to be out there for support," said Kristina Cazarez.

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