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Video shows one man's brazen attempt to avoid paying his fare at the Antioch BART Station.
Now that the City of San Francisco has put a temporary halt to the motorized scooters, you might think you would see no more scooters buzzing around on city sidewalks.
Driving around the Bay Area, you can see just about anything--people speeding, whipping in and out of lanes, and of course, crashes.
It's not easy to drive or find parking on Mission Street in San Francisco.
For years now, Stanley Roberts has been exposing illegal dumping in the bay.
You may have seen those electric scooters everyone's been talking about lately.
KRON4's Stanley Roberts looks at different groups and he asks that you decide.
Typically, Stanley Roberts catches people behaving badly--in the act.
It's a tall order, but police on the Peninsula are trying to make this second nature for drivers.
Who needs bottles of beer when you can have a lightweight bladder of beer or wine or vodka or whatever?
When you agree to participate in Bay to Breakers, the fun and crazy race across San Francisco, you sign an agreement to abide by the rules of the event.
It's become all too common--reports of people getting hit by cars while in crosswalks.
Normally, Stanley Roberts has to go looking for people behaving badly.
If you look around, they are everywhere and riders are doing whatever they please whenever they want.