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SF police union says Mission District bakery refusing to serve officers

The San Francisco Police Officers Association is speaking out after it said a bakery in the Mission District has a “no cops allowed” policy.

The SFPOA said an officer was denied service last weekend at Reem’s California location in the Mission District because he was in uniform. The restaurant has two locations in San Francisco, including one inside the Ferry Building.

SFPOA President Tracy McCray claims one officer encountered anti-police bigotry last weekend.

“He was told by one of the workers there that they had a policy where they didn’t serve people in uniform who were armed,” McCray said. “You know, I was just like ‘here we go again,’ you know, with this crap, basically.”

NBC Bay Area reached out to Reem’s but did not hear back.

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Source: NBC Bay Area

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