Police Blotter

Police Blotter – Richmond District, December 2019

Burglary, Outstanding Warrant: 7700 Block of Geary Boulevard, Oct. 21, 3:41 a.m.

The victim received an alarm activation from a motion detector in his garage. The victim looked at surveillance video and saw the suspect rummaging through his truck. 

The victim went to the garage and the suspect suddenly ran straight at him, screaming incoherently. The victim pepper sprayed the suspect and the suspect fled.

Officers quickly arrived and located the suspect. A records check revealed an outstanding warrant for his arrest.

The suspect was arrested and booked at County Jail.

Battery: Stanyan and Fulton streets, Oct. 29, 12:59 a.m. 

Officers responded to a hospital regarding a battery report. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with the victim who stated that the subject was showing aggressive behavior towards other patients. When the victim instructed the subject to return to his bed, the subject became aggressive towards the victim and punched her. 

The victim stated that she wanted to press charges and signed a Citizen’s Arrest form. The victim told the officers that she had pain but refused medical treatment. The subject was cited and released back into the care of medical staff.

Transporting and Possession for Sale of Marijuana, Traffic Violation: Stanyan and McAllister streets, Nov. 4, 11:05 a.m. 

Officers were on patrol when they spotted a vehicle with heavily tinted windows. During the traffic stop, a heavy smell of marijuana emanating from the vehicle. 

The driver was identified and admitted to driving on a suspended license. 

The driver gave the officers permission to search his vehicle. During their search, the officers located and seized large quantities of marijuana, small plastic bags, a scale and U.S. Currency. 

The amount recovered indicated possession for sale and transportation of marijuana. 

The suspect was arrested and booked.

Vehicle Burglary, Resisting Arrest: Geary Boulevard and 21st Avenue, Nov. 13, 7:34 p.m.

Officers observed a vehicle at Clement Street and 25th Avenue that matched the description of a car that was reported stolen. 

Officers observed two suspects exit the vehicle and illuminate the interior of parked vehicles with flashlights.

Officers followed the vehicle and observed it backed into a parking space in a parking lot. Officers then heard a car alarm and observed suspect one in the rear of victim one’s vehicle. They also observed suspect two standing next to victim two’s vehicle.

Another officer parked his patrol vehicle in front of the suspect’s vehicle to prevent its escape. The suspect’s vehicle then rammed the patrol vehicle out of the way and fled.

At the same time, suspects one and two fled on foot. Officers gave chase and detained both suspects after a pursuit.

Suspect one was arrested and booked at County Jail on the following charges: burglary and resisting arrest.

Suspect two was arrested and booked at County Jail on the following charges: burglary, resisting arrest and probation violation.

Suspect three, the driver of the vehicle, and the vehicle are still outstanding.

Traffic Collision, Hit and Run Resulting in Injury to a Person: Fulton and Masonic Streets, Nov. 16, 11:27 a.m.

Officers responded to the scene of a reported hit-and-run collision. Upon arrival, officers located an injured bicyclist and rendered medical assistance. 

Officers’ investigation led to the identification of the suspect and his vehicle. When officers went to the suspect’s home, he was not there at the time. 

Hours later, once the suspect realized he was identified, he turned himself in at Park Station. Officers read the suspect his rights and they were able to obtain a confession from the suspect. The suspect was placed under arrest without incident and was booked.

Attempted Robbery: 700 Block of 21st Avenue, Nov. 16, 5:14 p.m.

Suspect one approached the victim as she walked toward her house. Suspect one asked the victim to buy a necklace he had in his hand. The victim stated she did not want the necklace and walked away. 

Suspect one followed the victim then grabbed at the necklace around the victim’s neck, but was unsuccessful in ripping it off.

Suspect one then got back in his vehicle and fled with Suspect two.

Both suspects and the vehicle are outstanding.

Similar incidents have happened in other parts of the city with suspects attempting to “sell” or “trade” jewelry and ending up robbing victims of their valuables.

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