Sacramento Street and Presidio Boulevard, Aug. 20, 2:15 p.m.
A report came in to dispatch concerning a possible commercial
burglary in progress. Officers arrived at the scene and discovered employees of the
business who had spotted someone walking around inside the offices, which were under
A construction worker confronted the shirtless suspect, who said he lived in the building.
The worker knew this was not the truth and had a co-worker call police.
Officers performed a search of the entire office building and located the burglar on the
upper floor. The suspect was detained without incident.
The manager of the building came to the scene and noticed several items had been
moved, boxes opened and rummaged through, along with food and drink consumed by
the suspect. The owner also confirmed that the he did not know the suspect and that
there are no residences in the building.
Resisting a Police Officer, Possession of Burglary Tools:
Presidio Avenue and Sutter Street, Aug. 14, 10:15 a.m.
Richmond Station patrol officers observed an older vehicle, with no license plates, that
had smashed into a Muni bus shelter, completely disabling the vehicle.
Several people near the shattered bus shelter fled when the officers approached.
Several officers responded to the area to assist. A resident on the 2600 block of Post Street
reported that at least one individual was jumping the fences of her backyard. Officers
quickly set up a tactical perimeter around the entire city block and conducted a
systematic search of the backyards.
The officers located two subjects that were identified by the original responding officers
as those running from the location of the collision.
A search of the suspects revealed tools that are commonly used to commit car burglaries.
The two suspects were arrested.