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Police Blotter – February 9, 2017

SFPD Richmond District Police Station
Weekly Update 02-09-2017

NEXT COMMUNITY MEETING:
Tuesday, February 21st, 2017 at 7:00 PM
Richmond Police Station Community Room
461 6th Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94118

HERE ARE SOME OF THE INCIDENTS THAT OCCURRED IN THE RICHMOND DISTRICT THIS WEEK:

ARREST: BURGLARY, STORE, FORCIBLE ENTRY; PROBATION VIOLATION
CLEMENT STREET & 10TH AVE
02/01/2017 7:24 PM
A series of burglaries have occurred in the Richmond district during the months of November and December involving the same suspect. Unfortunately, the suspect had fled in all of those burglary incidents prior to the officer’s arrival.

Richmond District Officers did not give up! Richmond District Officers and Sergeants from the Richmond Station Investigative Team tirelessly reviewed surveillance cameras in search for the suspect’s identity. Officers also interviewed witnesses in the areas where the burglary occurred.

Due to the vigilance and due diligence of the Richmond District Officers, the suspect was not only identified, but the suspect was also located and taken into custody for 2 burglaries and 2 probation violations. Once again, great work!

Some great tips we all can use:
– Having good visibility around the business and on the premise
– Alarm systems
– Good lighting
– Keeping the property in good condition, posting signs, etc.

THEFT FROM LOCKED VEHICLE; ASSAULT, AGGRAVATED, ON POLICE OFFICER, W/ FORCE; TRAFFIC COLLISON, HIT & RUN, PROPERTY DAMAGE.
1090 POINT LOBOS AVE
02/02/2017 12:35 AM
While a Richmond District Officer was patrolling the streets in plainclothes in an attempt to prevent and deter car break-ins, the Officer observed a male shattering the rear passenger side window of a vehicle. The officer then observed the male reaching into the vehicle and retrieving items out of the vehicle.

The Officer quickly responded and ran towards the male in an attempt to prevent the theft from occurring. After the Officer identified himself as a San Francisco Police Officer and told the male to stop, the male shoved the Officer away from him.

While the officer was still attempting to detain the male, another male drove up in a vehicle right next to the Officer with the passenger side door open. The male placed the vehicle in drive and in reverse twice, which caused the officer to be struck multiple times by the vehicle door. Unfortunately, the Officer was momentarily incapacitated due to being struck by the vehicle door. Subsequently, the male who broke into the vehicle fled the scene along with the male in the vehicle.

The investigation into this incident is ongoing.

We are glad to say that the Officer is ok, and we are grateful that the Officer did not sustain any serious injuries.

This incident leads to an important reminder for all of us: Please do not leave ANY belongings in your vehicle. That is the first step we all can take in preventing car break-ins!

ARREST: WARRANT ARREST; ENROUTE TO OUTSIDE JURISDICTION: LOCAL SF WARRANT
CABRILLO STREET & LA PLAYA STREET
02/04/2017 11:31 AM
On this morning, Richmond District Officers were dispatched to a male subject refusing to get off a MUNI bus.

Officers arrived on scene shortly and spoke with the MUNI bus driver. The MUNI driver simply just wanted the male subject to be removed from the bus.

The Officers spoke cordially with the male subject and escorted him off of the bus without further incident.

Officers properly identified the male subject and discovered that the male subject was a wanted person with two warrants for his arrest. The warrants included receiving stolen property and shoplifting.

The suspect was booked at County Jail on his warrants.

ARREST: THEFT, SHOPLIFTING
SACRAMENTO STREET & LOCUST STREET
02/05/2017 3:15 PM
Richmond District Officers were dispatched to a shoplifting incident. The 9-1-1 caller received an excellent description of the suspect and dispatch relayed that information to the Officers that were responding. Officers responded promptly and were able to locate the suspect. The suspect was already detained by a Good Samaritan who saw the suspect running away from the merchant with a bag of merchandise with a value of over $1200 dollar. The Good Samaritan was able to catch up to the suspect and hold him down until the Officers arrived. Officers took the suspect into custody without further incident.

Due to the cooperation between Richmond District Officers and our community, we were able to get a criminal off the street! In addition, we are happy to say that all of the stolen items were returned to the merchant!

Subsequently, the suspect was charged with Grand Theft and then later booked at Country Jail.

ARREST: WARRANT ARREST; ENROUTE TO OUTSIDE JURISDICTION: LOCAL SF WARRANT
SACRAMENTO STREET & PRESIDIO AVENUE
02/06/2017 10:40 PM
On 02/06/2017, Richmond District Officers were dispatched to a possible burglary. Officers responded quickly and were able to locate and detain the suspect. Officers called back the reporting party and the reporting party stated that the suspect the Officers had detained was seen attempting to break into a business. Unfortunately, the reporting party did not want to provide any more information to the Officers.

Officers responded to the business, but the Officers did not observe any signs of exterior damage to the door of the business or any signs of forced entry.

Officers properly identified the suspect and shortly discovered that the suspect was a wanted person with three warrants for his arrest. The warrants included vandalism and two assaults.

The suspect was booked at County Jail on his warrants.

CONTACT US:
Richmond Police Station
461 6th Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94118
(415) 666-8000
Anonymous Tip Line: (415) 668-7387

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  1. Did you report this to the Richmond District police station? Please contact them if you have not.

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