Hundreds Of Emergency Calls Made About San Francisco Whole Foods Before Closing

  • San Francisco Whole Foods Market employees were routinely threatened with weapons before the closed roughly a year after opening.
  • Such incidents were part of a large crime pattern, based on records showing 568 emergency calls to the Market Street store over 13 months.
  • Other calls were related to vagrants throwing food, fights and people trying to defecate on the floor, according to the New York Times.
  • “Male [with] machete is back,” one 911 caller said, reports Fox News Digital.
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