Another video, more controversy for San Fran. PD

A drug suspect whose case was dismissed is seeking a duffel bag that video shows a plainclothes officer removing


By Jaxon Van Derbeken
The San Francisco Chronicle

SAN FRANCISCO — San Francisco police opened an investigation Wednesday into surveillance camera video that shows an undercover officer taking a duffel bag from a drug suspect's room that was never booked into evidence.

The suspect, Fernando Santana, said Wednesday that the bag taken in a Dec. 30 search contained an iPod, a bottle of Tequila, 2 pounds of coffee, and caps and T-shirts he had received for Christmas.

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