SFPD Richmond Station Newsletter: January 18, 2018

JANUARY 18, 2018

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Richmond District,
As I’m sure many of you have seen on TV and read in the news, auto break-ins have been on the
rise over the past few years. In an effort to stem this increase in crime, the Officers of Richmond Station have implemented foot and bicycle patrols in the most affected areas. These increased patrols serve two purposes, acting as a visual deterrent to would be thieves and better positioning officers to apprehend suspects.

Across the city, each of the 10 SFPD district stations will now have a plain clothes team of officers dedicated to the reduction of property crimes. Officers assigned to the plain clothes team will be working to identify potential auto burglars and apprehend them before they damage vehicles and take people’s property. These officers will focus on the hardest hit areas, and while you may not see them, they will be watching out for thieves!

Residents of the Richmond District have been clear about the impact auto break-ins are having
on their quality of life, and the Officers of Richmond Station have heard you loud and clear. We
are committed to doing everything we can to take the individuals responsible for these crimes into custody.

February 20, 2018 @ 6PM
Richmond StatioN, 461 6th Ave

Map of Crimes from 01/08/2018 to 01/14/2018 (84 Incidents)


Parole Violation, Adult; Marijuana Offense; Possession of Burglary Tools
01/08/2018 1050 hours
2600 Block of McAllister
Officers were dispatched to 2601 McAllister St., a Laundromat, regarding a suspect tampering with the washing machines inside. Officers quickly located the suspect and identified him, and a computer check revealed he was currently on parole for burglary. The suspect claimed he was attempting to reach an extension cord located behind the washing machines. A search of the suspect revealed a debit card which did not contain his name, suspected marijuana, as well as suspected heroin. The suspect was booked on several charges, including a parole violation.

Robbery W/ Force
01/09/2018 2135 hours
Cabrillo & 4th Ave.
The victim was walking S/B on 4th Ave., approaching Cabrillo St., when an unknown suspect approached him from behind and placed him in a bear hug. After picking up the victim and lifting him in the air, the suspect dropped the victim on his head. When the victim hit the ground, multiple suspects began to rifle through his pockets. The victim yelled for help at which time all suspects got into a vehicle and fled the scene. The victim told Officers the suspects took several electronic devices. The victim described all the suspects as black males, approximately 20 years of age. The victim sustained an injury to his head, and was transported to the hospital for treatment. *All suspects are still out-standing and the investigation is on-going.

Assault, Aggravated W/ Knife
01/10/2018 2330 hours
Golden Gate Park
Officers responded to SFGH regarding a stabbing that had occurred in Golden Gate Park. The victim told Officers he was walking through the park in an unknown area, when he saw a man harassing a woman. The victim intervened in an attempt to shield the woman from the man, when the suspect approached the victim with a knife. The suspect stabbed the victim one time in the right bicep. The suspect fled in an unknown direction. The victim was not sure of the exact location of the incident. The victim thought it was near Ocean Beach, inside Golden Gate Park.
The suspect in this case is still outstanding and described as a white male adult, 25-30 years old, brown hair and unknown clothing.

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One Comment

  1. That’s a lot of crime in just less than a week. Most near the Richmond station too.

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