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James Durgin of ‘Saving San Francisco' could face more time behind bars even after upcoming release

James Durgin, whose complicated and controversial life was chronicled in NBC Bay Area’s streaming series ‘Saving San Francisco,’ is scheduled to be released from jail Saturday.  Durgin, who says he’s been arrested more than 100 times over the years for a range of crimes, will soon be a free man after serving the maximum allowable sentence for a probation violation. Durgin, however, could still face even more time behind bars as the result of a recently filed federal charge that accuses him of defacing homes in San Francisco’s Presidio neighborhood with cryptic messages written on people’s front doors.



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Source: NBC Bay Area

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