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DUI patrols in Burlingame net two arrests
June 16, 2014, 05:00 AM Bay City News Service

Saturday’s multi-agency DUI patrols in Burlingame netted two arrests, law enforcement officials said.

The South San Francisco Police Department, the Pacifica Police Department, the San Bruno Police Department and the Burlingame Police Department conducted the patrols.

Ciro Amore, a 31-year-old Las Vegas resident, and Yiven Gomez, a 57-year-old Daly City resident were arrested on suspicion of DUI, according to law enforcement officials.

Forty-five vehicles were stopped and screened and five drivers were administered sobriety tests during the saturation patrols.

Police warn of IRS scam

The South San Francisco Police Department is warning the public about a scam in which subjects pretending to be IRS agents contact victims and demand money.

Police said the scammers tell the victims they owe large amounts of money in back taxes and they will be arrested if the money is not paid.

Police said a recent victim fell for the scam and sent $800 on a pre-loaded debit card to a scammer.

Police are asking anyone who may have been a victim of this scam to call the police department at (650) 877-8900.

 

 

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