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Police Blotter – Sunset District

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Auto Theft, Possession of Stolen Property, Resisting Arrest: Metson Road and Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, May 22, 8:13 a.m.

An officer on patrol observed a vehicle covered in spray paint with its side door ajar and lots of items scattered around the exterior of the vehicle.

While the officer was conducting a vehicle check with dispatch, the suspect emerged from inside the vehicle and walked towards the officer. The suspect complied when asked to sit down but immediately began to fidget and look for an escape route.

Dispatch reported back that the vehicle had been stolen. The officer attempted to handcuff the suspect but the suspect resisted. Multiple officers assisted in subduing the suspect.

A search of the vehicle revealed multiple items of stolen property, so the suspect was arrested.

Aggravated Assault, Robbery: 2000 Block of 37th Avenue, May 19, 8:46 p.m. 

A school security guard said a group of students who did not attend the school were acting suspiciously as they approached in a vehicle.

The victim attempted to take a photo of the vehicle’s license plate, but the male driver exited the vehicle and tried to take away the victim’s phone. The victim backed away and pushed the suspect away from him.

A second suspect exited the vehicle and pushed and punched the victim, who fell and dropped his phone, which was immediately snatched by a third suspect.

All three suspects fled the area.

Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, No Driver’s License: 19th Avenue and Sloat Boulevard, May 14, 2 a.m.

Officers received a report of a driver who was asleep in the driver’s seat of a vehicle with its engine running.

Responding officers located the suspect, who was unresponsive to verbal commands, in a vehicle that was still in drive and idling. The suspect admitted to smoking marijuana in Pacifica approximately seven hours prior to the traffic stop. She said she was driving to her friend’s house in San Bruno but did not recall how or why she ended up in San Francisco.

After further testing and investigation, the suspect was arrested.

Assault: 1000 Block of Taraval Street, May 13, 12:51 a.m.

A witness reported that the suspect and victim were both frequent customers and that an argument flared up about a previous disagreement.

The victim accepted a challenge to fight outside with the suspect, who was last observed kicking the victim, who was on the ground, before walking away from the scene.

Carjacking, Armed Robbery: 42nd Avenue and Ulloa Street, May 11, 4:06 p.m.

The victims reported that they had agreed to meet the suspect, via Craigslist, to purchase the suspect’s vehicle. The victims inspected the vehicle but decided to not buy the vehicle and an argument ensued.

The victims attempted to drive away, but the suspect told the victims that he would start posting fake ads with their name and information. The victims returned to confront the suspect, but the suspect brandished a gun. The victims fearfully ran and hid.

Shortly thereafter, the victims discovered the suspect had stolen their vehicle and personal property.

Robbery: 2200 Block of Taraval Street, May 10, 4:21 a.m.

The victim, an employee at a convenience store, said the suspect entered the store while holding a gun and instructed the victim to open the cash register and give him the money. The suspect took the money and also grabbed several boxes of cigarettes from behind the register and placed them into a duffle bag before fleeing.

Fire Report: 2000 Block of Irving Street, May 10, 4:05 p.m.

The witness stated that the suspect had been smoking near a palm tree when the tree suddenly caught on fire. The suspect attempted to extinguish the fire, but was unsuccessful.

The suspect then quickly fled the area.

Robbery, Burglary, Unlawful Entry, Attempted Stolen Vehicle: 43rd Avenue and Sloat Boulevard, May 8, 4:27 p.m.

Officers responded to a report of a robbery by a known suspect.

The victim reported that she was at home and looked out of her window and saw the suspect was inside her work vehicle, which had its engine running. The suspect then exited the work vehicle and entered the victim’s personal vehicle.

The victim exited the house and confronted the suspect. The victim dragged the suspect, who was holding onto several items of the victim’s property, out of her vehicle and attempted to detain the suspect. However, the suspect brandished a knife and immediately fled the scene.

Robbery: 1200 Block of 10th Avenue, May 6, 10:40 p.m.

A woman was walking home when a suspect suddenly approached and demanded her property. The victim initially refused, but then saw that a gun was pointed at her so she relinquished her property.

The suspect immediately fled on foot.

Battery: 2400 Block of 20th Avenue, May 5, 6:17 p.m.

A victim said she called the Department of Parking and Traffic (DPT) regarding a vehicle that was blocking a portion of her driveway.

The suspect returned to their car at the same time DPT officers arrived.

The suspect angrily rang the victim’s doorbell multiple times and yelled at the victim when she opened the door. The suspect then punched the victim before immediately leaving the property.

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