POLITICAL SUPPORT INCREASES FOR SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY JUSTICE CENTER

BY C.W. NEVIUS
The San Francisco Chronicle

On July 6, SFPD Officer Lisa Frazer responded to several calls about a homeless man named George Miley, who has a long history of terrorizing neighbors at 18th and Diamond in the Castro. But when Frazer tried to serve Miley with a citation for loitering, he became obstreperous and then violent. Frazer only had time to call for backup before he charged her.

“He came at me,” she said. “He grabbed my microphone and severed the cord so I couldn’t call. He ripped my shirt, he scratched me with his fingernails.”

A review of Miley’s rap sheet, which runs 16 pages, shows 104 misdemeanor arrests and two felony arrests since 2001. In that time, including the four days he served this month, Miley has been in jail for a total of 64 days. That’s for three convictions. Everything else was – in the court’s legal term – “dismissed in the interest of justice.”

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