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Police Blotter – September 21, 2017

SFPD RICHMOND DISTRICT STATION NEWSLETTER
September 21st, 2017
Volume 1, Issue 25

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STATION’S MESSAGE
Hello Richmond District,

We at Richmond Police Station are deeply saddened by the devastation caused by natural events in the past couple of weeks. There have been extreme hurricanes in Texas, Florida, and the many of the Caribbean Islands and the large earthquakes throughout Mexico.

These disasters are very hard to avoid but sometimes being prepared can help you and your family tremendously. The San Francisco Police Department along with other public safety agencies encourages residents to be prepared for possible large scale natural disasters. The following
website can help keep you ready in the possible event of a disaster.

www.SF72.org– SF72 is your hub for emergency preparedness. You’ll find information about what to do in an emergency, simple steps to get connected, and useful guides to help you get prepared. See page 4-5 for more information. As always stay safe.

Richmond Station

NEXT COMMUNITY MEETING
The next Community Meeting will be announced on a later date. The meeting’s location will be announced in the upcoming Newsletter.

INCIDENTS IN THE RICHMOND DISTRICT THIS WEEK

Concerned Citizen leads to Auto Burglary Suspect- Arrest
3100 block of California St
9/13/17 13:23 AM

On 9/13/17 Officers were notified by a person driving by that a person had just smashed a car window and taken items out of the vehicle. Officers quickly responded and located a person
matching the description. The Officers discovered that the individual was on searchable probation
for a previous burglary arrest. Officer conducted a search of the individual and his property.
Officers located electronics, luggage, and tools. Officers determined that the tools are commonly used for auto burglaries and residential burglaries. Officers contact the 9-1-1 caller who confirmed the individual that Officers had stopped was the individual that had broken into the vehicle.

Officers were also able to locate the person who owned the vehicle that was broken into and later
confirmed that several items taken from his vehicle were located in the possession of the
individual who was suspected of breaking into the car. Officers arrested the individual for auto burglary, possession of burglary tools, possession of stolen property, and violated his probation.

*All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Misappropriation of Found Property, Bicycle with no Headlight, and Warrant-Arrest
Geary Blvd & Divisadero St
09/14/2017 02:30 AM

Richmond Station Patrol Officers were patrolling in the area of Geary Blvd and Divisadero Street when they observed an individual riding a bicycle without any illumination at 2:30 am. The officers stopped the individual believing this was a serious safety risk and illegal in San
Francisco. The Officer Identified the individual and revealed that he had a felony warrant out
of San Francisco.

Officer quickly and without incident placed the individual under arrest. Officers searched the
individual and located property that belonged to another person. The individual stated that he
found the property. The individual was arrested for the warrant, misappropriation of found property, and riding a bicycle without illumination.

*All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Screaming Individual Leads to Warrant Arrest
Clement St & 9th Ave
9/16/17 16:55 PM

On September 16th at 16:55 PM, Richmond Station Patrol Officers were notified by a concerned citizen regarding an individual screaming she was going to “kill everyone”. The Officers arrived on scene and located the individual who was still screaming. The Officer conducted a records check which revealed a vandalism warrant. The Officer transported the individual to San Francisco General Hospital for evaluation. After the Evaluation Officers transported her to County Jail.

*All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Shoplifting turned into Robbery- Arrest
4400 block of California St
9/16/17 23:12 PM

On 9/16/2017 Officer responded to a shoplifting incident on the 4400 block of California St where a subject had placed items in his backpack and was refusing to return the items. The Subject became very aggressive to the merchant and began assaulting him, spitting, punching, and yelling
obscenities.

Officers Quickly arrived on scene and placed the subject into police custody. The Officers summoned medical personnel, yet the merchant refused any treatment. The merchandise was recovered and returned to the store.The suspect in this case was booked at County Jail for robbery and outstanding warrant.

*All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Robbery with Knife
Anza St & 23rd Ave
09/13/2017 21:55 PM

On 9/14/17 a person came into Richmond Station stating that he was just robbed in the area of 23rd Ave and Anza St. The victim stated that he was walking his dog in the area when he heard someone behind him. The suspect then asked for several items. The victim stated that he did not have any of the items asked for. The victim then proceeded to pull his wallet out to give the suspect a dollar. The victim then noticed the suspect was holding a knife. The suspect then snatched the wallet out of the victims hands and left the area.

*All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Stolen Vehicle Arrest
Anza St & Arguello Blvd
9/17/17 15:55 PM

On September 17th Officers Were notified regarding a stolen vehicle in the area of Arguello Blvd and Anza Street. Upon arrival Officers located the vehicle which was occupied by a male subject and a large pitbull. Officer Quickly ordered the subject out of the vehicle leaving the canine contained inside. The Officers released the vehicle to the registered owner and the canine was taken into custody by Animal Care & Control Officers. The suspect was arrested for possession of a stolen vehicle and possession of stolen property.

*All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

One Comment

  1. Always appreciate the police report and sorry to nit pick but the time stamps this week were slightly jarring. If the plan is to switch to 24 hour notation, the AM, PM designations aren’t required (not to mention that 13:23 AM is completely confusing and inconsistent, and what actually prompted the comment).

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