Police Blotter

Police Blotter – Richmond District



Aggravated Assault with Weapon:

5300 Block of Geary Boulevard, Jan. 20, 5:32 p.m.

The victim stated he was sitting in his parked vehicle when he noticed a vehicle pull up

and park behind him. The victim stated he saw an older white male exit the vehicle and

go to the rear of the victim’s vehicle.


The victim exited his vehicle and noticed the male was attempting to remove his rear

license plate. He took several pictures of the suspect as he was fleeing the scene.


As the suspect pulled his vehicle away from the curb, he revved up his engine and

attempted to hit the victim, who jumped out of the way of the fleeing vehicle. The suspect

did, however, hit the back of the victim’s vehicle, damaging the rear end.


The suspect was positively identified and through further investigation, it was

determined he frequented the area of Geary and Park Presidio boulevards.


On Jan. 20, officers responded to the area to search for the suspect, with negative results.

But, as officers were leaving they observed a male that matched the suspect’s description

walking on Geary Boulevard. They stopped and detained the man, who was positively

identified as the suspect.


The suspect was booked into County Jail on several felony charges.


 Robbery with Force:

22nd Avenue and Clement Street, Jan. 20, 10:53 p.m.

Officers were flagged down at the intersection of Geary and Park Presidio boulevards

regarding a robbery that had just occurred.


The victim advised officers he was on a bus and was being followed by two male

suspects. The victim got off of the bus and noticed the suspects were still following him.

They cornered and threatened him and demanded his phone. In fear for his safety, the

victim handed over his phone to the suspects.


The suspects fled southbound on 22nd Avenue to escape.


Felony Driving Under the Influence, Driving with Suspended Driver’s License, 

Outstanding Warrant: 600 Block of 19th Avenue, Jan. 20, 7:35 a.m.

Officers responded to a rollover accident and determined that one vehicle was involved

in the accident and that it had hit five parked vehicles before flipping over.


Both the driver and the passenger of the vehicle were onscene.


The passenger in the vehicle had a complaint of pain to her right hip and shoulder, and

was transported to SF General Hospital for further treatment.


Per witness’ statements, the male at the scene was the driver of the vehicle that caused

the accident.¬†The male suspect admitted¬†to using ‚Äúcrystal meth‚ÄĚ that¬†morning and he also

had the distinct smell of alcohol emanating from his person.


A computer check of the male suspect revealed an outstanding felony warrant out of San

Francisco and a misdemeanor warrant out of San Mateo County. He was booked for both

warrants, as well as suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol.


Aggravated Assault with Weapon:

Golden Gate Park, Jan. 10, 11:30 p.m.

Officers responded to SF General Hospital regarding a stabbing that occurred in Golden

Gate Park.


The victim told officers he was walking through the park in an unknown area  when he

saw a man harassing a woman. The victim intervened in an attempt to shield  the

woman from the man, but the suspect approached the victim with a knife and stabbed

him one time in the right bicep. The suspect then fled in an unknown direction.


The victim was not sure of the exact location of the incident, but he thought it was at the

west end of the park, near Ocean Beach.


Robbery with Force:

Fourth Avenue and Cabrillo Street, Jan. 9, 9:35 p.m.

The victim was walking southbound on Fourth Avenue when an unknown suspect

approached from behind and placed him in a bear hug. After picking up the victim and

lifting him in the air, the suspect dropped the victim on his head. When the victim hit the

ground, multiple suspects began to rifle through his pockets.


The victim yelled for help at which time all of the suspects got into a vehicle and fled the

scene. The victim reported the loss of several electronic devices. He sustained an injury

to his head and was transported to a hospital for treatment.


The investigation is ongoing.


Parole Violation, Marijuana Offense, Possession of Burglary Tools:

2600 Block of McAllister Street, Jan. 8, 10:50 a.m.

Officers were dispatched to a laundromat regarding a suspect tampering with washing

machines. Officers quickly located the suspect and identified him, and a computer check

revealed he was on parole for burglary.


The suspect claimed he was attempting to reach an extension cord located behind the

washing machines. A search of the suspect revealed a debit card, which did not belong to

him, as well as suspected marijuana and heroin.


The suspect was taken into custody and booked.


Outstanding Arrest Warrant, Possession of Methamphetamine:

34th Avenue and Clement Street, Jan. 6, 1:07 a.m.

Officers were on routine patrol when they observed a male suspect quickly duck behind

a car. They attempted to talk with the suspect, at which time he rolled under a car in an

attempt to avoid detection.


The suspect eventually came out and attempted to flee on foot, but officers were able to

detain him without incident.


A computer check of the suspect revealed an outstanding felony no-bail warrant for his

arrest. An arrest search of the suspect revealed a methamphetamine pipe as well as

suspected methamphetamine. The suspect was booked.


Bank Robbery with Gun:

3700 Block of Balboa Street, Jan. 4, 4:58 p.m.

An unknown male suspect entered a bank while holding a gun and approached the

teller, demanding money from the top and bottom drawers.


Fearing for his life, the teller handed the suspect several thousand dollars. The suspect

then fled on foot, eastbound on Balboa Street.


Possession of Firearm, Child Endangerment:

Second Avenue and Geary Boulevard, Jan. 2, 6:36 p.m.

Officers observed a vehicle fail to yield to pedestrians and conducted a traffic stop. The

driver presented a license that was expired and a computer check showed the car was

involved in a strong-arm robbery out of Burlingame.


Burlingame police responded to the scene and the occupants of the car were identified.

Burlingame officers took the driver into custody and while doing so the female

passenger ran from the car. A foot pursuit ensued and after several blocks he

was taken into custody.


Inside the car was a fully loaded Smith and Wesson handgun, in close proximity to a

child. The driver was released with a citation by San Francisco police officers and then

was taken into custody by Burlingame officers for the strong-arm robbery.


The second suspect was booked on several felony charges, including

child endangerment.

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