Trespassing, Outstanding Warrant: 5600 Block of Geary Boulevard, Feb. 24, 4:47 p.m.
Officers on patrol observed three subjects sitting next to a “no trespassing” sign with their items scattered along with the building.
Officers explained the significance of the sign, and the subjects agreed to collect their items and relocate.
A computer records check revealed that one of the subjects had an active warrant and he was placed under arrest.
Bank Robbery With Note: 4300 Block of Geary Boulevard, March 3, 11:17 a.m.
Officers responded to a confirmed bank robbery. The victim, one of the bank tellers, said the suspect approached her counter and said she wanted to make a withdrawal.
The suspect then handed the teller a note which read, “Don’t say anything. Give me all the money you have and put it in my purse. This is a robbery.”
The teller handed over all the money in the drawer. The suspect placed all the money in her bag and fled on foot, westbound on Geary, where she entered a getaway vehicle and left the area. CSI responded to the bank to process the scene. The suspect is currently at large.
Outstanding Warrant: 4200 Block of Geary Boulevard, March 6, 4:20 p.m.
Passersby observed a male who appeared to have a gun in his waistband and was using some sort of open flame cooking device at a Muni bus stop.
Responding officers found the suspect had a BB gun on his right hip. A computer records check revealed that the suspect had multiple outstanding warrants.
The suspect was placed under arrest.
Violation of a Restraining Order: 300 Block of Arguello Boulevard, March 8, 2:36 p.m.
Officers responded to a dispute between neighbors.
The resident of one apartment has a restraining order against the resident in the neighboring apartment. The two residents had a dispute in the hallway, which resulted in the suspect violating the terms of the restraining order.
The suspect was placed under arrest for violating the restraining order.
Outstanding Warrant: 3600 Block of California Street, March 11, 8:30 a.m.
Officers on patrol observed an individual who has had multiple prior police contacts and is also featured in an eight-episode Investigative Series on NBC Bay Area called “Saving San Francisco.”
The officers were familiar with the suspect and knew that he often has warrants for his arrest. A computer records check revealed that the suspect had active warrants. which were confirmed by Central Warrants Bureau (CWB).
The suspect was placed under arrest for multiple active warrants.
Malicious Mischief, Vandalism to Vehicle; California Street and Arguello Boulevard, March 21, 6:42 a.m.
A Muni bus headed eastbound on California Street stopped to pick up a passenger. The driver asked the suspect to put on a face mask, however, the suspect refused.
As the driver closed the door and attempted to drive away, the suspect kicked the glass front door of the Muni bus four times, causing a spider web fracture to both front door glass panes. The repair cost was estimated to be approximately $3,000.
Responding officers arrested the suspect, who was booked at County Jail. for felony vandalism.
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