Thursday night, we were not able to talk with the former San Francisco police officer who lives in Pleasanton.
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After ringing his doorbell and identifying ourselves, a woman told us to "get off our property right now."
But, a neighbor said an unmarked police car and patrol units were at the house Wednesday.
That confirms what sources told us...which was that police went to the officer's house to retrieve his badge and service weapon.
San Francisco police will only say the officer has left the department.
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The officer is of Afghan descent and Muslim.
In April, he filed a complaint accusing the department of racial and religious harassment.
"I have been labeled a rat, singled out by my colleagues and I now fear for my safety," the officer said during a news conference at the time.
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Earlier this week ABC7 News learned, in 2013, the officer was the subject of a Napa Police All Points Bulletin.
Police alerted other agencies that he told a woman on a dating website he was a high-level CIA agent and that he was involved in the killing of Osama Bin Ladin.
ABC7 News also learned, before he joined SFPD, he was kicked out of the Oakland Police Academy for quote "untruthfulness."
The officer's attorney told us his client "passed a lie detector test and a background check" when he was admitted to San Francisco's Academy.
ABC7 reported last nite that the officer had been kicked out of Oakland's academy prior to his joining SFPD and Napa Police once investigated him, saying he posed as a CIA agent, a charge his lawyer denies. pic.twitter.com/fQOYUGzIfU— Vic Lee (@vicleeabc7) May 11, 2018