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Police Blotter – Richmond District

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Grand Theft, Commercial Burglary: 2600 Block of Geary Boulevard, April 9, 10:38 a.m.
Store security saw the suspect enter the store and immediately recognized him from prior shoplifting incidents.

The suspect was observed taking several items, placing them in a shopping cart, and then walking out of the store without paying. Security guards detained the suspect and notified the police.

The suspect confessed to the officers that he stole the items and had also done so in the past. The suspect’s actions were also caught on surveillance cameras. He was booked at County Jail.

Outstanding Warrant: 14th Avenue and Geary Boulevard, April 9, 3:30 p.m.
Officers on patrol observed the suspect walking eastbound on Geary Boulevard and recognized him from a recently issued SF Police Department crime bulletin and from multiple prior contacts with the suspect in the district.

The suspect was detained and placed under arrest for an outstanding felony warrant. He was booked into County Jail.

Aggravated Assault with Gun: Baker Street at Geary Boulevard, April 8, 5:33 p.m.

Officers responded to a report of multiple gunshots being fired.

Witnesses saw four suspects in the area, but all fled the scene prior to police arriving. Officers conducted a thorough search of the area but were unable to locate any victims or suspects.

Officers did find several spent shell casings in the area and a car with damage consistent with damage from a bullet. A search of local hospitals did not produce any victims with gun-shot wounds. It is still unclear if there were any victims in the case. The investigation is ongoing and the suspects are still at large.

Robbery, Burglary Possession of Stolen Property: 2900 Block of Geary Boulevard, April 8, 12:50 p.m.
The victim went into his garage and saw the suspect standing near the rear of the victim’s vehicle. The suspect then grabbed a backpack out of the vehicle and fled. The victim followed the suspect while his wife called the police.

Arriving officers detained the suspect with the assistance of the victim and University of San Francisco (USF) public safety officers. During the chase, the suspect attempted to discard several stolen items, which were later recovered and identified by the victim.

The suspect was booked into County Jail.

Bail Violation, Unlawful Driving, Possession of a Stolen Vehicle, Possession of Burglary Tools, Possession of Stolen Property, Outstanding Arrest Warrant, Traffic Violation: 4800 Block of Geary Boulevard, March 30
Officers observed a traffic violation and conducted a traffic stop. A records check revealed the vehicle to be stolen. As officers conducted the stop, the suspect exited the vehicle and tried to walk away, but officers were able to detain her without incident.

The suspect gave a false name during the investigation and stated she had permission to borrow the car from her uncle.

During an inventory search, several burglary tools and stolen items were discovered in the vehicle.

The owner of the vehicle confirmed with officers that no one had permission to drive the vehicle and that he did not know the suspect.

During the course of the investigation officers obtained the correct name of the suspect. A records check revealed she had an outstanding warrant for her arrest out of San Mateo County. The suspect was arrested and booked into County Jail on numerous charges.

Terrorist Threats: Fulton Street and 14th Avenue, March 27
The victim was walking his dog near Golden Gate Park when he confronted the suspect about camping in the park and leaving a mess. The suspect responded by yelling at the victim, “I’ll stab you in your face!”

The victim continued to ask the suspect to clean up his belongings but the suspect got more agitated and yelled at the victim that he would find him and kill him.

The victim was scared for his life and took the threats seriously as the suspect had several knives within reach. The victim also believed the suspect knew where he lived.

The suspect was arrested and booked into County Jail

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