Evan Sernoffsky, FOX 11 Los Angeles

Evan Sernoffsky

FOX 11 Los Angeles

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Past articles by Evan:

UC Berkeley police issues campus-wide shelter-in-place order

UC Berkeley police on Thursday issued an emergency warning for the entire campus, telling people to shelter in place. → Read More

Is 'The Dropout' true? Episode 1 of Elizabeth Holmes Theranos drama

We covered the four-month Theranos fraud trail of Elizabeth Holmes. Now we're watching "The Dropout," the 8-part miniseries on Hulu to see what's true and what's wrong with the latest version of the saga. → Read More

Elizabeth Holmes case: Will Theranos founder get a long prison sentence?

Now that Elizabeth Holmes has been found guilty of defrauding investors more than $140 million, she could face a potentially lengthy federal prison sentence. → Read More

Buddhist juror excused from Theranos trial over religious concerns

Juror No. 4 said she was concerned she couldn't continue serving on the case because she's a Buddhist. → Read More

Elizabeth Holmes trial: live updates from federal Theranos trial

Elizabeth Holmes is facing ten counts of fraud and two counts of conspiracy. She has pleaded not guilty. → Read More

Oakland police chief apologizes; issues 33 disciplinary actions for using tear gas against protesters

Oakland Police Chief LeRonne Armstrong on Wednesday for the first time apologized for what happened at a youth-led George Floyd protest last summer and he also announced that he has issued more than 33 disciplinary actions to officers for using tear gas, in violation of department and city policy. → Read More

Suspect arrested in deadly attack on 84-year-old man in San Francisco

Police arrested a 19-year-old man in a deadly attack on an 84-year-old man in San Francisco. → Read More

Grandma ends up bruised in Santa Rita Jail after calling 911 for help

Jolynn McCabe's situation - calling dispatch for a non-criminal emergency that ended in handcuffs and injury - puts a renewed focus on reforming police departments and what society can do better to help those facing a mental health crisis. → Read More

SF DA Chesa Boudin, George Gascón & others start reform-focused prosecutors group

San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin, his predecessor George Gascón, Contra Costa County District Attorney Diana Becton, and San Joaquin County’s Tori Salazar are the founding members of the Prosecutors Alliance of California, a new law enforcement association focused on criminal justice reform. → Read More

Oakland police suspend sex offender registrations during COVID-19 pandemic

The Oakland Police Department has suspended registrations for sex offenders during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, offenders who want to follow the law are in violation and the city has no up-to-date records on the locations of hundreds of sex offenders. → Read More

Oakland police suspend sex offender registrations during COVID-19 pandemic

The Oakland Police Department has suspended registrations for sex offenders during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, offenders who want to follow the law are in violation and the city has no up-to-date records on the locations of hundreds of sex offenders. → Read More

SF police find severed head in refrigerator while investigating missing person case, sources

Investigators found a severed human head in a refrigerator while conducting an investigation into a missing person case on Sunday in San Francisco, sources said. → Read More

ICE arrests defendant outside SF courthouse, infuriating city officials

The defendant, who was only identified as a San Francisco resident, was in front of the criminal courthouse at 850 Bryant St. on his way to a hearing when agents took him into custody. → Read More

SF police moving too slowly on reform, but use-of-force down 47%, report says

The San Francisco Police Department is compliant with fewer than 15% of the reforms it pledged to adopt four years ago, progress that’s moving too slowly, officials with the state DOJ say. The police chief says the department has made progress in the key area of use of force. → Read More

38-year-old man shot to death in San Francisco's Bayview

The victim, Michael Hampton Jr., was shot around 3:50 p.m. Friday at Jennings Street and Wallace Avenue, police said. → Read More

Did Kevin Epps kill in self-defense? The roller-coaster murder case against SF filmmaker

The San Francisco documentary filmmaker's murder case hinges on two conflicting accounts of a 2016 shooting that has shattered two families. → Read More

Driver strikes pedestrians in San Francisco's Mission District

Police closed off Mission Street in San Francisco between 22nd and 24th after a driver struck several pedestrians on Wednesday afternoon. → Read More

Flaring prompts evacuations at Chevron refinery in Richmond

The flaring at the refinery was first reported at 4 a.m., leading to the evacuation of fewer than 100 people, according to the state Office of Emergency Services. → Read More

Rape suspect arrested following 4-hour standoff at Orinda home

Police arrested a 41-year-old rape suspect following an hours-long standoff Friday at a home in Orinda, officials said. → Read More

SF public corruption case: Meet the FBI informants who targeted Mohammed Nuru

Under the threat of a pending federal investigation, the two men began working for the FBI and recorded phone calls and in-person meetings for months with Nick Bovis and Mohammed Nuru beginning in January 2018, according to a federal complaint and sources with knowledge of the investigation. → Read More