Police Blotter

Police Blotter – Sunset District


Possession of Firearm in School Zone:

24th Avenue and Quintara Street, Dec. 19

A call came in to dispatch concerning a person on a high school campus with a firearm.


Responding officers located the suspect and discovered a firearm, loaded with eight

rounds of ammunition.


The suspect was taken into custody and booked.


Assault: 1500 Block of Ocean Avenue, Dec. 17, 11:34 a.m.

Officers responded to a liquor store, where the victim stated his ex-girlfriend,

the suspect, came into the store and asked for money. When the victim refused, the

suspect assaulted him.


A computer check on the suspect revealed that there were two active restraining orders

and a warrant out for her arrest. After further investigation, the suspect was arrested.


Probation Violation: 1100 Block of Taraval Street, Dec. 17, 2:21 p.m.

A call came in to dispatch about a suspect who was pacing back and forth near a

restaurant, which was in violation of a stay-away order.


Responding officers found the suspect, who was holding a large piece of sharp wood.

After investigating the situation further, the suspect was arrested.


 Fire Report: 2200 Block of 27th Avenue, Dec. 15, 10:24 a.m.

Officers who responded to a report of a vehicle on fire talked to the victim, who said he

recently worked on his vehicle and that it started without any problems, but then started

smoking and caught on fire.


Driving Under the Influence of Drugs:

16th Avenue and Ortega Street, Dec. 15, 12:45 a.m.

Officers on patrol and about to cross an intersection after stopping at a stop sign saw a

vehicle speed up and run through the intersection without stopping.


The officers observed that they would have been in a collision if they had proceeded into

the intersection.


The officers followed the vehicle, which ran a second stop sign before striking a

parked vehicle.


The officers assisted the driver out of the vehicle and determined that he was under the

influence of drugs after attempting to speak with him. The officers searched the driver

and located marijuana his pocket.


After the suspect failed several tests, he was taken into custody and booked.


Attempted Assault: 2200 Block of Taraval Street, Dec. 10, 5:11 a.m.

The victim, a store clerk, reported that the suspect walked to the back of the store and

damaged a refrigerator frame before taking a 12-pack of beer out of the refrigerator.


The victim confronted the suspect, who attempted to punch the victim but missed.

The suspect then put the beer on the ground before walking away from the store.


Threats, Battery: 1200 Block of Taraval Street, Dec. 8, 12:05 p.m.

A school resource officer responded to a report of threats being made at a pharmacy.


The victim said the suspects, who had a history of shoplifting from the store, were

recognized when they entered the store. The store manager confronted the suspects and

told them that they were not welcome.


After a short argument, the suspects left the store. Later, when the victim left the store to

move his vehicle, the suspects approached and threatened to beat him up. One of the

suspects also threw something at the victim.


The victim responded by taking out a knife and holding it at his side for protection,

which caused the suspects to walk away.


Responding officers located two of the suspects and, after further investigation, arrested

them both.


Fire Report: 2100 Block of 31st Avenue, Dec. 7, 7:54 a.m.

The SF Fire Department responded to and extinguished a house fire.


The victim said he was awakened by the sound of a smoke alarm and discovered a fire

had started in the back room. He did not know how the fire started.


Battery: Ninth Avenue and Judah Street, Dec. 6, 7:03 p.m.

The witness reported that her son was assaulted by the suspect while they were

standing at a street corner.


The suspect suddenly approached the victim and pushed him to the ground before

immediately running away and collapsing on top of some nearby bushes.


Arriving police officers located the suspect and determined that he was under the

influence of an unknown substance. The suspect was cited.


Battery at School: 2100 Block of 24th Avenue, Dec. 5, 10:45 a.m.

A school resource officer responded to a report of a battery on campus.


The victim reported that the suspect had confronted her earlier, while in gym class,

concerning something that she did not say. At the end of the school day,

the suspect again confronted the victim, but this time she also punched the victim and

pulled her hair.


The suspect was identified and the incident and further investigation is being conducted

by the school.


Robbery: 1500 Block of Sloat Boulevard, Dec. 3, 7:21 a.m.

Officers responded to a report of an argument in a supermarket.


According to the suspect, a woman was videotaping him as he was doing his shopping.

But, according to the woman shooting video, the suspect had just robbed his daughter,

the victim, of her cell phone before walking into the market and pretending

to be shopping.


The daughter reported that she was talking on the phone when the suspect grabbed her,

threw her to the ground and took her cell phone.


After further investigation and reviewing the supermarket’s security footage, the suspect

was arrested.

Trespassing: 2700 Block of 43rd Avenue, Dec. 3, 12 p.m.

Officers looking for a possible burglar located a subject who matched the suspect’s

description. The victim positively identified the subject being detained as the suspect,

who she saw exiting her property through the front door, which was left open

due to the house being newly purchased and remodeled.


The victim stated she did not believe that anything was stolen,

so the suspect was cited on a trespassing charge.


Battery, Vandalism: 32nd Avenue and Taraval Street, Dec. 2, 8:45 p.m.

The victim reported that he was walking when he yelled at somebody he knew across

the street. The suspect, who was walking in front of the victim, took offense to the yelling

and believed it was directed at him.


An argument ensued and the suspect punched the victim in the face, causing the victim’s

glasses to fall off. The suspect then stepped on the glasses and walked away.


Responding officers located the suspect and made contact. The suspect responded that

the victim had made a comment about his girlfriend, which led to the argument.

However, he denied punching the victim or stepping on the glasses.


After further investigation, the suspect was cited.


Assault: 32nd Avenue and Noriega Street, Dec. 2, 2:07 a.m.

The witnesses reported that they were waiting for a taxi on a street corner when they

saw a male and female suspect punching and kicking the victim, who was lying on

the sidewalk.


The witnesses pushed the suspects away and the suspects immediately fled the area.

One of the witnesses reported that they had also been assaulted while attempting

to assist the victim.

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