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Thursday, March 5, 2015

City Supervisor Spots Stash of Broken Booze Bottles and Needles in Dolores Park

Posted By on Thu, Mar 5, 2015 at 11:21 AM

Found in the #DoloresPark Playground a couple of nights ago. #SanFrancisco #sociopathic

A photo posted by Scott Wiener (@scott_wiener) on



No, this isn't an image of the Tenderloin. Officials spotted this disturbing stash of needles and broken glass in the children's play area over at Dolores Park earlier this week — and they're not thrilled about it. 

Supervisor Scott Wiener, who posted the image on his Instagram account with the hastag #sociopathic, says he was not super surprised to see this — but still pretty pissed off about it. 

"It's really frustrating," he tells SF Weekly. "We've had big spectacular vandalism in the construction site with glass in the sand, but it's turning into an almost nightly thing where something happens in the park."

Wiener, who represents the Castro District, decided that posting this image wasn't really going to suffice; he's now working with Rec and Park to ramp up security in Dolores Park to keep the place free of nefarious activity. 

So expect to see more cops milling around the area. 





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