SFPD who stole guns from his parents and left a 20 page manifesto threatening to shoot people and police officers in San Francisco has been arrested.
The SFPD tweeted Friday morning, that 44-year-old Dustin Hamilton was arrested at an undisclosed location in the city. The cops said that a resident tipped them off and thats what led to Hamilton's arrest and also recovered the two guns that were stolen.
The police also found a 20-page manifesto which he made threats to “kill people in the city of San Francisco and any law enforcement personnel.”
The thought of an active shooter in San Francisco caused panic between residents and workers around Delancy St and Bryant St, several businesses went on lockdown and high alert but thankfully nothing happened and Hamilton was arrested.
Dustin Hamilton was taken into custody by #SFPD officers without incident this morning in San Francisco following a tip from a community member. Two firearms were recovered at the scene. #SF pic.twitter.com/UL5rUZZpPD— San Francisco Police (@SFPD) April 6, 2018