Police Blotter – June 2, 2016

blotterSFPD Richmond District Police Station
Weekly Update 06-02-2016

From Captain Paul Yep:

Monday, May 30, 2016, SFPD Richmond Station Officers stood by a stranded baby seal so it wouldn’t wander into traffic. Officers stayed with the seal until the rescue workers from the Marine Mammal Center arrived. The Officers named the seal “George Bison.” George is the call sign for Officers assigned to the Richmond District, while the bison is the mascot of Richmond Station’s softball team.

Here are some of the incidents that occurred in the Richmond Police District this week:

05/25/2016 11:47 AM
75 Nancy Pelosi Dr.
An employee who works for the Academy of Sciences walked by the employee bike rack and noticed a suspect attempting to cut the lock that secured a bike to the rack. When the employee confronted the suspect, the man yelled at the employee to “mind his own business.” Once the bike was free of its lock, the suspect attempted to ride away on it. Before the man could escape, the employee pushed the suspect off the bike and held onto it, preventing the thief from taking it. The suspect then grabbed a red bike hidden in the bushes and fled in an unknown direction.
Suspect description: White male, 60 years old, 6’0’ and 170lbs.

05/25/2016 5:03 PM
15TH Ave. & Balboa St.
The victim was standing outside of a house waiting for a friend, when a car pulled up and double parked in front of her. A male suspect exited the car walked directly at her and demanded she give him her bag. Fearing for her life, the victim handed her bag to the male suspect. The suspect then ran and jumped into the waiting vehicle. The investigation is on-going.
Suspect description: Black male, 5’9’, 160 lbs., black hair wearing a Cleveland Cavaliers jersey.
Vehicle description: Green Toyota Camry.

05/26/2016 7:46 AM
433 34TH Ave.
Officers were dispatched to the area regarding a stolen vehicle, occupied by a male suspect. The victim had his vehicle stolen the night before and was able to track the vehicle to that location. When Officers arrived, they located the vehicle with the suspect sleeping inside. The man complied with the Officers and exited the vehicle and was quickly placed under arrest. The suspect was charged with possession of a stolen vehicle and with violating his probation.

05/26/2016 2:30 AM
22ND Ave. & Geary Blvd.
The victim had just gotten off work and was waiting for the bus at 22nd and Geary Blvd. A man approached him and demanded his bag. The man grabbed the bag, which was around the victim’s right shoulder, and punched him on the right side of his stomach. The victim told Officers there was a struggle because the suspect had to pull the bag over the victims head. The suspect finally got the bag and took off running. The investigation is on-going.
Suspect description: Black male, 20-25 years old, 6’00’, 200 lbs, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and blue jeans.

05/28/2016 8:21 PM
27th Ave & Geary Blvd
Officers were responding to a call for service when they recognized a man from prior contacts. The man is on probation for grand theft and as a condition of his probation, he has a warrant less search condition. The Officers stopped the man and ran a records check on him, revealing a warrant for his arrest. The Officers placed the man under arrest and conducted an arrest search, locating a pipe and methamphetamine. The man was transported to County Jail and booked for various charges.

05/30/2016 12:55 AM
8TH Ave. & Clement St.
An Officer on routine patrol was checking the parking lot on 8th Ave. at Clement St. This parking lot is a known dumping ground for stolen vehicles. When the Officer drove into the lot he noticed a parked car and when he approached the vehicle he noticed three men sleeping inside, one of whom still had a glass pipe in his hand. Since the Officer was alone, he called for additional units. Once backup Officers arrived, they knocked on the window in an attempt to wake the men up. The driver woke up and was refusing to roll down his window, darting his eyes back and forth looking for a way to evade the Officers. The driver eventually complied and rolled down the window. While the driver was talking to the Officers, he was moving all around, acting erratically and hiding his hands on the side of the driver’s seat. Officers took the driver and passengers out of the car and searched the area where the driver was reaching, finding Cocaine and Heroin. The Officers also located methamphetamine, walkie talkies, a scale, a large amount of cash and several burglary tools. The driver of the vehicle was arrested and booked on several felony charges. The passengers were cited and released at the scene.

The Sandlot Program
The Sandlot program is about having Officers go out and interact with kids in their communities in a fun and healthy environment! All children are welcome to attend and play with the Officers.

The next Sandlot dates are: Rochambeau Playground 250 25th Ave.
June 7th , 2016 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM
June 21st , 2016 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Contact Us:
Richmond Station
461 6th Ave.
San Francisco, CA 94118


  1. Great to see the officers are doing a good job in combating crime in the neighborhood and keeping up with the blog to keep richmond residents informed.

  2. All the robberies with force seems like a normal occurrence nowadays, wonder if there’s anything being done to combat these.

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