Police arrest man accused of stealing guns, threatening to shoot people in San Francisco

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San Francisco police say a man has been taken into custody after he stole guns from his parents' home in San Jose and threatened to kill police officers. (KGO-TV)

San Francisco police say a man has been taken into custody after he stole guns from his parents' home in San Jose and threatened to kill police officers.

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Dustin Hamilton, 44, left a 20-page manifesto saying he hates SFPD, according to police. Investigators say he stole guns from his parent's home in San Jose on Tuesday and threatened to kill police officers.

RELATED: Police warn of man who threatened to shoot people in SF

Police say Hamilton was arrested without incident following a tip from a community member. Two firearms were recovered at the scene, according to police.

Hamilton named 501 Delancey Street as a target in his manifesto.

VIDEO: SF dispatchers warn of man who threatened to shoot public, police
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Dispatchers issued warnings to San Francisco officers on Thursday about a man who police say threatened to shoot members of the public and police in San Francisco.

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