Dad gives San Francisco police keys to house to bust son for gun 

His home needed pest control. A fed-up Bayview dad called cops to his house, handed them the keys and told them to bust his son and his friends for having a gun last week.
The “irate” pops called police to his house in the 1400 block of Quesada Avenue around 9 p.m. Friday. He “wanted them all out” and handed cops the keys, police said.

The cops went into the home and saw one suspect atop a flight of stairs. The suspect fled, but cops eventually detained the son and five other of his friends.

All six suspects had previous run-ins with the cops about firearms, police said.

During the search, cops said they found a loaded gun magazine in a pillow of one of the suspect’s bedrooms. The suspect was a convicted felon, thus not allowed to have a gun or bullets, police said.

He was arrested along with another man with a warrant out of San Bruno.

The rest of the subjects did not live at the house and were escorted out, police said.

In the end police did not find a gun in the home.

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