SFPD probe leads to arrest of Richmond residents and seizure of assault rifles, drugs…and the Bible?


An investigation by the San Francisco Police Department led to the serving of a search warrant at a Richmond home last Wednesday and the arrest of two local residents.

Authorities served a search warrant at 4:50 p.m. on the first block of West Macdonald Avenue, where they seized “two assault rifles, two pistols, extended rifle and pistol magazines, hundreds of rounds of ammunition, a pill making press, hundreds of pills and suspected methamphetamine,” San Francisco police said.

A photo provided by SFPD displays some of the items. The police apparently added a Bible to the display, presumably one found in the home.

Randy Ashford, 36, and Nakema Killingsworth, 30, both of Richmond, were taken into custody and booked on a litany of drugs and firearms charges and also child endangerment.

Richmond police assisted in the bust.

Here’s the full photo provided by police: