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Police Blotter – Richmond District

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Robbery with Knife, Terrorist Threats: 2200 Block of Clement Street, March 18, 8 p.m.

A suspect entered a restaurant and ordered food and drinks. When the victim presented the bill, the suspect refused to pay and picked up a knife. The suspect stood up and walked toward the victim, who was backing away. The suspect stated to the victim, “I’m going to kill you,” as he moved toward the victim, knife in hand.

The suspect then fled the building. The victim was able to provide a description and direction of travel to arriving officers, who detained the suspect a few blocks away, with the knife still in his possession.

The suspect was identified by the victim, then arrested and booked at County Jail. He was charged with robbery with a knife, exhibiting a deadly weapon, terrorist treats and defrauding providers of food.

Auto Burglary: Anza Street and 34th Avenue, March 13, 3 p.m.

Plainclothes officers were conducting auto burglary surveillance when they spotted a vehicle and driver matching the description of an auto break-in suspect seen earlier in the day at the Palace of the Legion of Honor. They followed the vehicle for several blocks and took the suspect into custody without incident after a traffic stop.

Further investigation revealed the vehicle was suspected in connection with numerous auto break-ins that occurred earlier in the day in the Central Police District. Glass shards and a variety of items, including clothing and backpacks, were present in the back of the vehicle.

The suspect was booked into County Jail for second-degree burglary, probation violation and violation of a court order.

Hot Prowl Burglary: 2200 Block of Balboa Street, March 11, 1:30 a.m.

The victim was sleeping inside his residence when he heard pounding coming from the front door. He then heard the front door splintering and glass breaking. He went to the door and saw it was severely damaged and theglass was smashed out.

Officers located a witness, who stated she saw the suspect leave the home and get into a red sedan parked down the street before driving away.

The suspect is still outstanding.

Outstanding Warrant: Park Presidio Boulevard and Balboa Street, March 11, 10:21 p.m.

Officers responded to a vehicle collision. The driver of one of the vehicles stated that he did not have a license in his possession and that it was suspended.

A records check of the driver revealed he had an outstanding felony arrest warrant out of Vallejo. He was taken into custody and booked at County Jail.

Terrorist Threats, Battery: 3700 Block of California Street, March 7, 7 p.m.

The victim, a bus driver, came to the end of the line on her bus route and was doing a sweep of the bus. The victim saw the suspect was still on the bus and asked him to get off because they where at the end of the line. The suspect refused and stated, “How about I kill you before I get off the bus?”

The suspect then fled the bus.

The suspect then approached a second victim, pushed him twice in the chest and stated, “Do you want to die?” The suspect moved his hands toward his waistband as if reaching for a weapon. The suspect then continued to flee.

Officers arrived on scene and located and detained the suspect.

Both victims positively identified the suspect. The officers recognized the suspect from a crime bulletin regarding a previous incident. He was booked at County Jail.

Stolen Vehicle: Great Highway and Balboa Street, March 3, 11:19 a.m.

Plainclothes officers observed a vehicle driving slowing, casing vehicles parked in the Lands End parking lot.

They conducted a computer check, which listed the vehicle as stolen out of San Jose.

The officers conducted a felony traffic stop, took the suspect into custody without incident and booked him into County Jail.

Hot Prowl Burglary: 500 Block of 28th Avenue, March 1, 8:40 a.m.

The victim opened her bedroom door and saw an unknown suspect standing inside her kitchen. The victim yelled at the suspect, who then ran out the front door.

 

The victim told officers she walked to the front door and saw a newer black sedan backing into her neighbor ’s driveway. The victim stated the sedan fled at a high rate of speed.

The victim said her boyfriend’s car was broken into the night before and his house keys were stolen. There was no sign of forced entry.

The suspect is still outstanding.

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