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San Francisco Police Arrest Alleged Gang Member on 'Most Wanted' List



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    San Francisco police arrested a 36-year-old man Thursday morning who was on the U.S. Marshal's Most Wanted list after they located him at a home in Antioch.

    Around 6 a.m., members of SFPD's Tactical Team and Patrol Bureau Task Force served a search warrant at the home in the 5000 block of Crestpark Circle, according to police.

    After an investigation, officers determined the suspect, identified as Ulysses "Bear" Davis, was hiding inside the residence. After a brief standoff, police ultimately took Davis into custody, according to police.

    Davis is a known San Francisco gang member and had been on the run for six years, police said.

    Davis, whose last known address was in San Francisco, was on the U.S. Marshal's Service list of Most Wanted Fugitives in Northern California for outstanding warrants for alleged attempted homicide and weapons violations, including the use of an assault rifle, according to police. He was taken to San Francisco, where he has been booked into custody at the Federal Building, police said.

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