Police Blotter

Police Blotter – Sunset District

Vandalism to a Vehicle, Violation of a Restraining Order: 2200 Block of 25th Avenue, Sept. 2, 7:40 p.m.

Officers responded to a report of an incident of vandalism. 

The victim reported that the suspect, despite a current restraining order, had been found inside the victim’s vehicle. The victim also reported that she had discovered new scratch marks on the vehicle  after the incident. 

After further investigation, the suspect was arrested.

Robbery: 25th Avenue and Irving Street, Sept. 3, 7:43 a.m.

The victim reported to responding officers that she was on her way home when she was approached by the suspect, who brandished a fake gun and demanded her purse. The victim refused to comply and a struggle ensued causing the victim to fall. The suspect then dragged the victim along the ground before the suspect fled the area with the purse. 

Vandalism, Assault: Irving Street and Ninth Avenue, Sept. 4, 2:14 p.m.

Officers responded to a report of a suspect urinating inside a Muni light rail vehicle (LRV). 

The victim, a Muni driver, confronted the suspect and as the suspect exited the LRV, he threw a bottle at the driver. The bottle hit a window protecting the driver and shattered the window. 

Responding officers located the suspect and after further investigation, the suspect was arrested.  

Assault: Wawona Street and 24th Avenue, Sept. 5, 4:17 p.m.

The victim entered Taraval Station to report an assault. 

The victim, a dog walker, stated that she was working with a client’s dog when the suspect walked up to her and started to record her on a cell phone. 

The suspect claimed that the victim was mistreating the dog. The victim pushed the suspect’s phone away and the suspect responded by punching and kicking the victim.  

Trespassing, Outstanding Warrant: 1500 Block of 46th Avenue, Sept. 6, 6:27 a.m.

Officers responded to a report of noise coming from a vacant residence. 

The officers entered the residence and observed the suspect jumping out of a window and into the back yard. 

The suspect was located and a computer check revealed an outstanding warrant, so the suspect was arrested.

Package Theft: 700 Block of Judah Street, Sept. 7, 8:53 a.m.

Officers responded to a report of a package theft. 

The victim reported that his package had just been stolen and provided a security video of the incident. 

Officers located the suspect, who was no longer in possession of the stolen package. A search of the nearby area located the package and items inside a portable toilet. 

The suspect was cited.

Burglary, Shoplifting: 3200 Block of 20th Avenue, Sept. 8, 4:05 p.m.

Officers responded to a report of a shoplifting incident. 

The witness stated that the suspects were observed taking a laptop from a display area and fleeing with it. At approximately the same time, San Francisco State University Police received a call regarding two people, who matched the suspects’ descriptions knocking on a resident’s door and asking for help. 

Officers located the suspects and detained them. After further investigation, one suspect was cited and other suspect was arrested.

Traffic Collision, Driving Under the Influence: 19th Avenue and Sloat Boulevard, Sept. 8, 2:45 a.m.

Officers were on patrol and driving across 19th Avenue when a vehicle, traveling along Sloat Boulevard, collided with them. 

The officers made contact with the driver and determined that he was intoxicated.  

After further investigation, the driver was arrested. The officers were admitted to a hospital with minor injuries.

Traffic Collision, Hit and Run, Transporting Marijuana: 19th Avenue and Judah Street, 7:13 p.m.

Officers responded to a report of a traffic collision. 

The witness reported that the vehicle was being driven too fast when it crashed into the rear end of another vehicle. The vehicle then struck a home and several other parked cars, narrowly missing a pedestrian who had to jump out of the way to avoid being hit. 

The driver and passenger of the vehicle immediately fled the scene. A computer check revealed that the vehicle was a rental car and a search revealed a large amount of cash and marijuana inside the vehicle. 

The vehicle was towed for investigation.

Robbery: 1700 Block of the Great Highway, Sept. 16, 5:54 p.m.

Officers responded to a report of a robbery. 

The victim, an employee for a medical marijuana dispensary delivery service, stated that she had arrived at the delivery location and was approached by the suspect. The suspect asked the victim if she worked for the delivery service and then demanded the package of marijuana, despite not being the one who ordered it. The suspect then pepper sprayed the victim and stole the package. 

Breaking Windows: 1900 Block of 29th Avenue, Sept. 20, 9:45 p.m.

Officers responded to a report of a detained vandalism suspect. 

The witness stated that he had been speaking to the victim about his broken window when the suspect walked by. The witness asked the suspect if he knew anything about the broken window and the suspect responded by admitting that he broke it and then forcibly threw a glass bottle onto the ground. 

After further investigation, the suspect was arrested.

Trespassing: 3600 Block of Taraval Street. Sept. 28, 12:33 a.m.

Officers responded to a report of a trespasser. 

The victim reported that he had activated his garage door opener and was surprised to observe the suspect sleeping in the middle of the garage. The suspect then got up and walked away from the victim. 

Responding officers located the suspect and after further investigation, the suspect was cited. 

Robbery: 3800 Block of Moraga Street, Sept. 30. 5:52 p.m.

The victim entered Taraval Station to report a robbery. 

The victim stated that she was in her garage with the door open when the suspect walked in and started to talk to her. The suspect then took the victim’s necklace by force before fleeing the area. 

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