Police Blotter

Police Blotter – Richmond District

police-blotterOutstanding Arrest Warrant: Golden Gate Park, Nov. 15
San Francisco police officers responded to Golden Gate Park to assist park rangers with a subject who was wanted in connection with multiple arson fires in the park. Officers arrested the suspect near Martin Luther King Jr. and Stow Lake drives without incident.

The suspect was booked at the SF County Jail.

Shoplifting, Resisting Arrest, Outstanding Warrant: 3600 Block of California Street, Nov. 14
A store manager called police and said he was following a shoplifting suspect.

An officer arrived at the scene and located the suspect who immediately fled on foot, running in and out of traffic.

The officer caught up to the suspect and took him to the ground. The suspect continued to actively resist arrest for several minutes before multiple police units arrived and assisted the officer.

The suspect was arrested and booked at County Jail on numerous charges.

Outstanding Warrant: 2900 Block of Geary Boulevard, Nov. 10
A call came in to dispatch concerning a trespasser in a Muni bus yard.

Responding officers located the suspect and ran a computer check, which revealed the suspect had an outstanding warrant for his arrest for a similar type of violation.

Muni refused to press charges for the trespassing, but the suspect was arrested and booked at County Jail for the outstanding warrant.

Methamphetamine Offenses, Possession of Stolen Property: 700 Block of 35th Avenue, Nov. 7
Officers responded to a call regarding a person who was trying to break into a house with a screwdriver.

Officers located the suspect, who was in possession of a screwdriver and claimed she stayed at the house with her friends from time to time and she was just trying to see if the doorbell worked.

A records check revealed the suspect was on probation with a search condition. During a search of the suspect, officers discovered suspected methamphetamine, methamphetamine paraphernalia and stolen property.

The suspect was arrested and cited at the scene on possession of a controlled substance, possession of narcotics paraphernalia and possession of stolen property violations.

Vehicle Burglary: 800 Block of Point Lobos Avenue, Nov. 1, 2:30 p.m.
Officers spotted a suspected auto booster casing cars and driving a Lexus with paper plates. They then witnessed the suspect break into the victim’s vehicle and flee the scene in his getaway car.

Officers followed the suspect and coordinated his apprehension without incident. A records check revealed the suspect had a prior history of breaking into cars and was out on bail for two similar offenses.

Witnesses at the scene confirmed the suspect had committed three additional break-ins earlier in the day. The suspect was arrested and booked at County Jail on four counts of second degree burglary, committing a felony while out on bail and possession of burglary tools.

Possession of Illegal Firearm, Possession of Narcotics Paraphernalia, Driving without a License: 800 Block of La Playa, Oct. 30, 8:24 p.m.
The victim got into an argument with two suspects that turned violent. The victim said he heard the sound of a “shotgun being racked” and ran into Safeway looking for help. He located an officer and said he saw the suspects had a gun.

The officer immediately headed outside and located one suspect in the vehicle as the victim had described. Due to the fact that there may be a gun involved, the officer ordered the suspect out of the vehicle and kept the parties separated.

While the officer was sorting out the situation and waiting for backup to arrive, the second suspect walked up and thought he would try his luck at getting away by entering the vehicle. The officer drew his firearm and ordered the second suspect out of the vehicle.

Additional units arrived and searched the vehicle. They located a loaded shotgun next to the driver’s seat.

The first suspect was arrested and booked at County Jail on the following charges: Loaded firearm in a vehicle, possession of illegal firearm, exhibiting a firearm in public, possession of a firearm by a prohibited person and driving without a license.

The second suspect was arrested and booked on the following charges: Loaded firearm in a vehicle, possession of illegal firearm, possession of narcotics paraphernalia and driving without a license.

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