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Moment three cops arrest San Fran gallery owner after he hosed down homeless woman


This is the moment that three police officers arrested a San Francisco gallery owner after he hosed down a homeless woman outside his business – as fuming locals slam the DA for wasting police recourses amid a rise in crime.

Collier Gwin, 71, was caught on camera spraying a homeless woman with a hose on January 9 after she refused to move to allow him to clear the sidewalk.

The owner of the Foster Gwin art gallery in North Beach, San Francisco, was hauled away by three police officers on January 18 after DA Brooke Jenkins ordered his arrest – branding his actions as completely unacceptable.

Jenkins was initially welcomed by the residents of San Fran, with a no-nonsense attitude, but in recent months has been accused of having ‘soft-on-crime’ policies as violence and drug dealing skyrocketing. 

Pictured: Collier Gwin, who runs Foster Gwin Gallery in the Financial District

Local businesses were quick to condemn the actions of Collier Gwin, while scores of enraged social media users left dreadful reviews online

Pictured: Collier Gwin, who runs Foster Gwin Gallery in the Financial District. He was arrested at 3pm on Wednesday at his gallery after the city’s DA issued a warrant for his…



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