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First on Fox: House Speaker is a business tenant of property owned by her husband Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., Saved so far San Francisco Smash and Grab Pandemic.
According to emergency calls from LBL, the Walgreens dispensary on Point Lobos Avenue in San Francisco has avoided a series of burglaries.
Pelosi’s latest annual financial disclosure includes commercial property with the same address as Walgreens. Financial disclosure shows that Paul Pelosi earned $ 100,001 and $ 1 million in rental income from the property in 2020. The value of the property is $ 1 million and $ 5 million.
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According to records from October 12 to December 15 last year, seventeen emergency calls were made to the address, the most common being 903 – “passing calls.”
Two calls on hearing alarms were made on October 24 and December 15 last year, and two “indecent exposure” calls to the address on October 21 and December 15.
Additionally, a call for “assault and battery” on October 12 and a “man with a knife” crisis on October 19 were called.
Call records also contain two correction entries from calls made on October 18 and 20, 2021.
Since Smash and Grab has skyrocketed across America, no calls have been made about address robberies at the time.
In fact, nearly two dozen other Walgreens locations in the city were closed due to crime in the city.
The store’s closure earned San Francisco the nickname “shoplifting paradise,” in October 2020 when officials recovered $ 8 million of stolen goods.
While recent events have drawn attention to the issue, the rise in retail theft is a long-term trend.
The Association of Retail Industry Leaders estimates that $ 68.9 billion worth of products were stolen by retailers in 2019 before COVID-19.
In March, the association released the results of a survey showing that most asset protection managers reported a moderate to significant increase in organized retail crime in the same month last year. Meanwhile, 80% of people thought the situation would worsen in 2021.
LBL’ Peter Hasson and Sam Dorman contributed to this report.