Police Blotter

Police Blotter – Sunset

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Outstanding Warrant, Drinking Alcohol in Public:

Apri l 26, 11:52 a.m. , 2200 Block of Taraval Street

Officers observed the subject illegally drinking from

an open beer can. A computer check revealed the

suspect had an outstanding warrant for his arrest, so

he was taken into custody and booked.

Battery:

Apri l 25, 10:04 p.m., 44th Avenue and Judah Street

Officers on patrol were flagged down regarding a sexual battery that occurred on a Muni

streetcar. The victim reported she was on the train when the suspect left

his seat and approached her. He then reached out and inappropriately

touched the victim before immediately exiting and fleeing.

Officers located the suspect but the witness was unable to meet with the

officers to complete the verification process. The suspect was identified and

released.

Threats:

Apri l 24, 11:30 p.m. , 1300 Block of 46th Avenue

Officers responded to a report of threats. The victim, a store employee, reported that the

suspect had attempted to unsuccessfully steal items from the store.

The victim confronted the suspect and retrieved the stolen items and the suspect

exited the store without further incident.

However, a short time later the suspect re-entered the store with his hand

thrust into a pocket, mimicking a gun, and threatened to shoot the victim before

exiting the business a second time. Responding officers located the suspect,

who was at a nearby bus stop. After further investigation, including a store video

documenting the events that transpired, the suspect was taken

into custody and booked.

Robbery of Store:

April 23, 5:51 p.m., 1800 Block of Irving Street

The victim reported that the suspect entered the store and requested

to buy a new iPhone for $60. The suspect was told that an iPhone cost more than $60 and

that he would need more money to purchase one.

The suspect angrily yelled at the victim and suddenly snatched the iPhone out of the

victim’s hands, causing injuries. Responding officers located and

detained the suspect. Further investigation revealed the suspect

was on probation for theft, so he was arrested.

Assault:

April 22, 9:36 a.m., 19th Avenue and Irving Street

The victim reported that he was homeless and often spent time drinking with

several other homeless people in the area, without incident. This time, however, a

drinking buddy hit the victim in the head with a hammer.

Responding officers requested an ambulance for the victim for medical treatment, but

once at the hospital the victim refused treatment and walked away without

further explanation.

Robbery:

Apri l 21, 6:12 p.m., 1800 Block of Noriega Street

The victim reported that the suspect entered the pharmacy asking initially for

medication. But, he suddenly demanded Oxycodone by name while brandishing a

firearm. The victim, who was terrified, gave the suspect multiple bottles

of the medication and the suspect immediately fled the scene.

Robbery:

April 19, 11:36 a.m., 2100 Block of Taraval Street

The victim traveled to Taraval Station to report a robbery incident.

While walking home she was approached by two suspects,

who demanded money and threatened to shoot her unless

she went home and got money for them.

The suspect traveled home and returned with money to give it to the suspects.

However, the suspects then demanded that she also go to a nearby store and

charge gift cards using her credit card. The suspects followed the victim until they

received the gift cards and then fled. The investigation is ongoing.

Assault:

April 18, 9:05 a.m., 1200 Block of 23rd Avenue

The victim reported he was returning home when he observed

the suspect’s dog defecating on the sidewalk. The victim reminded the suspect to

clean-up after his dog, which caused the suspect to angrily pick up the

dog feces and start yelling at the victim. The suspect then pushed

the victim, causing him to stumble and fall to the ground, bumping

his head. The suspect then threw the bag of feces on to the victim’s

property and walked away.

Arson:

April 15, 9:50 p.m., 2400 Block of 38th Avenue

The witness stated that a roommate had moved out a couple

of days earlier, but the roommate returned afterward without explanation.

The witness went outside and discovered a cardboard box next

to the building that had been set on fire. The investigation is ongoing.

Battery:

April 15, 9:32 p.m., 1200 Block of 43rd Avenue

The victim reported that she requested a ride from Uber, but

when she got to her final destination, the driver said she still owed him money.

When the victim hesitated, the driver slapped her.

The victim exited the vehicle and called police immediately.

Responding officers investigated the incident and determined that

the original ride from Uber had been cancelled, so it was unclear

if the woman was traveling in a legitimate Uber vehicle.

Robbery:

Apri l 14, 7:14 p.m., Sunset Boulevard and Ulloa Street

The victim entered Taraval Station to say he had his earphones

on while walking home from a friend’s house and noticed two suspects walking towards

him. One of the suspects suddenly pulled out a knife and

demanded that the victim surrender his property. The victim turned around to

run but was confronted by a third suspect, who tripped him to

the ground. All three suspects kicked the suspect while taking his property and then fled.

Brandishing a Firearm:

April 7, 5:05 p.m., 47th Avenue and Sloat Boulevard

Officers responded to a report of a brandished firearm.

The victim reported that she was cut off by another vehicle and angrily honked her horn

at it before making offensive gestures at the other driver.

The other vehicle suddenly stopped next to her and the driver pointed a

firearm at her before driving off.

Heroin, Methamphetamine Offense, Outstanding Warrant:

April 4, 7:19 p.m., 3500 Block of Taraval Street

Officers obtained and executed a search warrant on a suspect’s

house, which revealed heroin and methamphetamine in

the living room. A computer check also confirmed that there

was an outstanding warrant for her arrest, so she was booked.

Sexual Battery,

April 3, 9: 22 p.m., Muni Streetcar

Officers received information regarding a suspect on the streetcar

who stood uncomfortably close to the victim before rubbing

his genitals against the victim’s shoulder and arms. The suspect exited the train and fled.

Battery:

April 2, 5:26 p.m., Confidential Location

Officers conducted a well-being check and determined both

parties were not injured. The victim reported that he and the

suspect were arguing about entering an assisted living home

when the suspect rammed the victim with her walker. The victim

responded by slapping the suspect in the face. After further investigation,

the suspect was cited.

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