Henry Lee's Rap Sheet for Nov. 16, 2015

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Here's the Rap Sheet for Nov. 16, 2015

OUTCRY CONTINUES OVER SHERIFF'S INCIDENT: Alameda County Public Defender Brendon Woods has added his voice to the outrage over an alleged beating by sheriff's deputies in San Francisco.

In a statement, Woods says he wants San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón and state Attorney General Kamala Harris to consider criminal charges against the unnamed deputies who were caught on surveillance camera using force against a car-theft suspect.

The deputies have been placed on leave by Alameda County Sheriff Greg Ahern.

It all began early Thursday when deputies began chasing the suspect, Stanislav Petrov, 29, in San Leandro after he allegedly rammed into deputies' cars. The pursuit continued across the Bay Bridge and into San Francisco's Mission District.

Petrov crashed the car and ran on foot. A surveillance camera, triggered automatically by movement on the street, shows the suspect apparently slowing and surrendering before two deputies tackle him to the ground and begin punching him with their fists and their batons.

The video was released by San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi.

"The surveillance video footage is disgusting and reminds me of Rodney King," Woods said. "Those deputies viciously attacked a man who appeared to be surrendering. They beat him with their batons even though he was not resisting. This is clearly excessive force."

Woods said he visited Petrov at San Francisco General Hospital on Sunday.  The suspect was being treated for numerous injuries to his head, arms and hands, Woods said.

"From his elbow through his hands are swollen," Woods said. "It looks like he has several broken bones in both of his hands or arm areas."

Woods said his office intends to represent Petrov if Alameda County prosecutors charge him in connection with the pursuit.

COPS CONVERGING ON LEVI'S STADIUM: No, another 49ers player isn't in trouble. 

To get ready for Super Bowl 50 in February, numerous law-enforcement officials will be taking part in a wide-ranging training exercise at the Santa Clara stadium. 

Specialized units include SWAT team, bomb squads and hazardous-materials teams will be putting themselves through their paces, along with firefighters and paramedics. 

There will also be helicopters involved in the exercise. 

This is the latest in a series of planned partnerships surrounding the Super Bowl. Regional law-enforcement agencies, mindful that major sporting events unfortunately bring a spike in crime, particularly child sex trafficking, have previously announced that they will be joining forces to combat a variety of incidents that could arise during the event.

KNOW THESE GUYS? The two men pictured stole items from a Petaluma department store hours apart, according to police. 

The two stole merchandise worth a combined $1,000 between 1:30 and 5 p.m. Saturday, police say. They were captured on the store's surveillance cameras. Police did not identify the store but said it is on North McDowell Boulevard.

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