Outstanding Warrant: 2900 Block of 21st Avenue, May 28, 11:54 a.m.
Officers responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle with a flat tire.
Officer made contact with the occupants inside the vehicle. A computer check revealed that one of the occupants had three outstanding arrest warrants.
The subject was arrested.
Vehicle Strip, Possession of Stolen Property: 1800 Block of 17th Avenue, May 28, 4 a.m.
Officers responded to a report of a catalytic converter theft in progress.
The victim reported that his car alarm had sounded. When he went to investigate, he observed that two suspects had stopped their vehicle next to his.
Responding officers located the suspects and their vehicle. A search revealed a stolen catalytic converter.
After further investigation, the suspects were arrested.
Robbery: 2700 Block of Judah Street, May 30, 10:40 a.m.
The victim, a delivery employee, reported to responding officers that he was working when the suspect suddenly approached him and demanded the package that the victim was holding. The suspect then lifted up his shirt to reveal a firearm.
The victim tossed the package to the suspect, which landed on the ground. The suspect picked up the package and looked at it before immediately tossing it back on the street and walking away.
Assault: 46th Avenue and Judah Street, May 31, 9:10 p.m.
The victim reported to responding officers that she had been walking when the suspect, who was sitting on the ground, yelled at her. The victim responded to the suspect and an argument ensued. The suspect then punched the victim several times before hitting the victim with a glass bottle.
Responding officers located the suspect and detained him.
After further investigation, the suspect was arrested.
Assault: 25th Avenue and Ortega Street, June 2, 8:44 p.m.
Officers responded to a report of an assault.
The first party, the suspect, stated that they had been walking their dog when another dog, that was off leash, attacked their dog before biting both the victim and their dog.
The second party, the victim, stated that their dog had jumped out of their car window and ran towards another dog. The victim attempted to break the two dogs apart but the suspect suddenly pointed a gun at them.
Naloxone Deployment: 1200 Taraval Street, June 3, 11:49 a.m.
Officers received information that a subject in McCoppin Square needed a welfare check.
Responding officers located the subject, who was unconscious with a blue tint to his extremities and drug paraphernalia nearby. The officers administered Naloxone, chest compressions and a defibrillator unit until the subject began breathing and regained a pulse.
The subject was transported by medics to a hospital for treatment.
Robbery: 1400 Block of 41st Avenue, June 11, 1:07 p.m.
The victim reported that she had been sitting at her front window when she heard knocking on the front door which, shortly afterwards, became loud kicking noises against the door. The victim fled into a nearby room, her sister’s bedroom, before three suspects entered the home and demanded money while one suspect held a gun.
The suspects then fled in a vehicle after stealing the money.
Battery: 3600 Block of Santiago Street, June 14, 11:46 p.m.
The victim stated to responding officers that he had been cleaning his trash bin next to the suspect’s vehicle when the suspect, a neighbor, angrily yelled at him. The suspect spat at the victim before entering his vehicle and backing the vehicle into the trash bin, which then hit the victim.
Trespassing: Judah Street and 42nd Avenue, June 16, 6:20 p.m.
Officers responded to a report of a subject refusing to put on a mask while riding on a Muni vehicle. Despite being asked to wear a mask or exit the vehicle, the subject refused to comply to either of the options.
The subject was cited for trespassing.
Carjacking, Robbery, Kidnapping: 1800 Block of Santiago Street, June 18, 5:39 a.m.
The victim reported that he had just dropped off his wife at work and returned home when the suspect suddenly approached him while pointing a gun at the victim. The suspect made the victim move to the passenger’s side of the vehicle and entered the driver’s side, then demanded the victim’s property.
The victim fled from the moving vehicle and escaped from the suspect.
Battery: 2100 Block of Irving Street. June 20, 6:55 p.m.
The victim, a security guard, reported that he had stopped the suspect from entering the store because it had reached capacity in regards to social distancing requirements and asked the suspect to wait. The suspect responded angrily and started to hit the victim. The victim stated that he punched the suspect during the incident.
After an investigation, and reviewing the security video, the suspect was cited.
Loitering, Peeking Into a Structure: 1900 Block of 19th Avenue, June 22, 3:34 p.m.
The victim reported that they had been taking a shower when they noticed the suspect, who was known to the victim, holding a cellphone near the shower window.
Responding officers contacted the suspect who first stated that they had been putting something out to dry on the fire escape, but then admitted that they also tried to take a photo while outside the shower window.
After further investigation, the suspect was cited.
Battery: Judah Street and Funston Avenue, June 24, 5:20 a.m.
Officers responded a report of an incident of battery on a Muni vehicle.
The driver and victim both reported that the victim had been seated in the Muni vehicle when the suspect, without warning, struck her on her left shoulder.
The victim declined to press charges.
The suspect was taken to a hospital for mental health detention.
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