Oakland Police Officer Arrested At SF Restaurant For 'Brandishing Gun To Impress Woman'

SF Appeal
Feb. 12, 2014

A rookie Oakland police officer was arrested last weekend for allegedly brandishing a gun in a San Francisco restaurant to impress a woman, San Francisco police said today.

Police were called to the 2200 block of Lombard Street at 2:40 a.m. Sunday, Officer Albie Esparza said.

Oakland police Officer Kevin Kelly, 24, had been talking to another patron having breakfast at a restaurant there and told her he was a police officer, but she didnít believe him, Esparza said.

To prove it, Kelly, who had been drinking, allegedly pulled out a handgun, pointed it at the woman and at the restaurantís ceiling, Esparza said.

The woman told the restaurantís staff that Kelly had a gun and the police were called. Kelly was arrested and cited for misdemeanor brandishing a firearm, Esparza said.

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