Police Blotter

Police Blotter: Richmond District

Negligent Firearm Discharge: Park Presidio Boulevard and Balboa Street, Dec. 28, 5:45 a.m.

Officers responded to a shots-fired call. They located a Muni bus shelter with shattered glass and what appeared to be a bullet hole but no victims.

A casing was also found on scene. Witnesses saw multiple suspects fleeing. 

No video surveillance of the incident was located.

Homicide with a Gun: 200 Block of Cornwall Street, Dec. 31, 9:32 p.m.

Officers responded to a report of a shooting. They arrived on the scene and located a 24-year-old male victim suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. 

Officers rendered aid and summoned medics to the scene. 

The victim was transported to a local hospital where, despite the efforts of the medical staff, he succumbed to his injuries. 

A press release from SFPD on Jan. 28 announced that arrests were made in this case. See the full press release at RichmondSunsetNews.com. 

Road Rage Incident: Geary Boulevard and St. Joseph’s Avenue, Jan. 10, 3:45 p.m.

Officers responded to a road rage incident. 

The victim stated that a suspect assaulted him with pepper spray. The investigation revealed that the suspect was on a scooter at the traffic light at St. Joseph’s Avenue and Geary Boulevard when the suspect dropped something onto the roadway. 

While the suspect was picking up the item and blocking the roadway, the victim started to pass the scooter. The victim stopped beside the suspect, rolled his passenger window down, and exchanged words with the suspect.

The victim then pulled to the side, parked his vehicle, exited his vehicle, and confronted the suspect. The suspect deployed their pepper spray at the victim. 

The suspect fled the scene on the scooter.

Criminal Threats: 3300 Block of Balboa Street, Jan. 12, noon 

Officers responded to a threat incident. 

Three juvenile victims were walking out of a restaurant when the suspect in a vehicle rolled down the driver’s-side window and began threatening the group. 

The suspect accused the group of damaging his vehicle and continued to follow the victims as they reached their destination. The suspect parked his vehicle and pretended to point a gun at the victims, using his thumb and index finger to create the shape of a weapon. 

The suspect then exited the vehicle and opened his trunk, at which point the victims fled into their building. 

The suspect was unknown to the victims.

Attempted Robbery with Force: 3600 Block of Geary Boulevard, Jan. 12, 2:59 p.m.

Officers responded to a robbery at an ATM. The victim stated that the two unknown juvenile suspects had been lingering in the area for approximately 15 minutes. 

The victim stated that she noticed them because she had been waiting for the line to shorten. While the victim was at the ATM, one of the suspects approached the victim and attempted to steal her tote bag by grabbing the handle. 

The victim kept control of her bag’s handle and pulled the bag back towards herself. The suspect released their grip on the bag, and both fled on foot southbound on Arguello Boulevard. 

The victim was not injured in the incident and there was no loss.

Hot Prowl Burglary: 500 Block of 20th Avenue, Jan. 17, 5:28 a.m.

Officers responded to a report of a hot prowl burglary. 

The victim stated that she had locked and secured her residence for the night. The victim said she heard her alarm system activate and went to the window. She saw an unknown suspect walking away from her garage. Victim called 9-1-1 and went downstairs to assess the garage. She saw her garage door window broken. The victim stated that the suspect was not able to get into her garage because of the lock and audible alarm. She stated that she would be adding video surveillance. No loss.

Hot Prowl Burglary: 700 Block of 17th Avenue, Jan. 15, 6:26 a.m. 

The victim told responding officers she had heard broken glass from her garage. She opened the door in her house that led to the garage and heard the suspect shuffling around. 

She did not confront the suspect, but yelled that she was going to call the police and immediately locked the door. 

Officers searched the garage, but the suspect was no longer on scene. The only stolen property was bicycles. 

Hot Prowl Burglary: 500 Block of 16th Avenue, Jan. 15, 11 a.m.

Officers responded to a burglary report. 

The victim stated the garage was closed and secured for the night. 

At approximately 11 a.m., the victim went downstairs to discover the garage door was open and his bicycles were missing.

Hit and Run: Fulton Street and 16th Avenue, Jan. 19, 3:30 p.m.    

Officers responded to a hit-and-run collision resulting in minor injuries at Clement Street and Funston Avenue. 

Upon arrival, the driver of the vehicle at fault had fled the scene and abandoned their vehicle at Fulton and 16th Avenue. 

Officers located five stolen license plates in the vehicle as well as a rifle (no results on serial number), drum magazine and ammunition.

Hot Prowl Burglary: 300 Block of Second Avenue. Jan. 18, 6:15 a.m.

Officers responded to a burglary report. 

The victim stated that he had locked and secured his residence for the night. 

At approximately 6:15 a.m., the victim discovered his garage door was damaged and his bicycles were stolen. 

Robbery: Great Highway and Fulton Street, Jan 19, 4:03 a.m.

The suspects had fled prior to the officers’ arrival on scene of a robbery. 

The victim stated that he was asleep on a bench at approximately 3:55 a.m. when he heard a vehicle pull up and park near him in the parking lot. 

Two unknown suspects exited the vehicle and pulled handguns from their waistbands and pointed them at the victim. 

The victim stated that the suspects demanded money and threated him. The victim stated that he was homeless and did not have any money. 

The suspects left southbound on the Great Highway. 

The victim was not injured during the incident, refused all medical treatment and stated there was no loss.

Hot Prowl Burglary: 500 Block of 20th Avenue, Jan. 23, 3:17 a.m.

The victim told responding officers that she had locked and secured her residence for the night. 

At approximately 3:13 a.m., the victim heard her alarm system activate. When she reviewed the surveillance video, she saw two unknown suspects attempting to break in. 

The victim called 9-1-1 and went downstairs to assess the condition of the garage. She saw her garage door window had been damaged. 

The victim told the officers that the suspects were not able to get into her garage and that nothing was missing.

Vandalism to Property: 500 block of Stanyan Street; Jan. 23, 1:19 p.m.

Officers responded to a call regarding a male subject slamming his body against a door causing $2,000 worth of damage. Prior to the officers’ arrival, park rangers detained the subject. 

The rangers provided the surveillance footage of the incident to officers. 

Officers arrested the subject for vandalism.

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