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Police Blotter – September 19, 2014

[Reprinted from The Richmond Police Station Newsletter of September 19, 2014. To be added to the station's mailing list, email sfpdrichmondstation@sfgov.org.]


“The problem with information on the internet is that you can’t always depend on its accuracy.” – Abraham Lincoln, November 1863

Technology has made information more accessible, but not necessarily more accurate. It’s very easy for a private individual to make an inaccurate comment on the internet (accidentally or intentionally). Most of us have seen examples where such an inaccurate comment is taken as the truth and it sets off a whole chain of responses.

We are going to continue to put our energy into publishing a useful newsletter instead of trying to set the record straight every time someone makes an inaccurate internet comment about a police matter in the Richmond District. I have faith that our readers can judge the merits of blog comments, tweets etc. for themselves.

Our next community meeting will be on Tuesday 09-16-2014 at 6:00PM in the Community Room at Richmond Station: 461 6th Ave.


In reference to a question in the comment section of a post on the RICHMONDSFBLOG.COM

Q: RichmondResident said (09/13/14; 12:39 pm): Where’s the story about the cyclist who was killed by a driver at Clement and 31st on Wednesday?

A: We have researched this incident and contacted the Officer who took the initial collision report. It was troubling to me that we were being asked about a fatal collision of which I was unaware. I am glad to say that the incident did not result in a fatality as stated by “RichmondResident”. It so happens that the victim suffered a broken bone in the shoulder area and was transported to hospital.



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On 09/12/2014, at 1:41 am, Officers on patrol in the area of 24th and Geary observed a vehicle fail to stop for the red light at the intersection. Officers also noted that the vehicle was fitted with lights which are not approved for use by the DMV. The officers initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle and contacted the driver. The officers noticed the driver appeared to be under the influence of alcohol. They conducted a DUI investigation which resulted in the arrest of the male driver at the county jail.

On 09/12/2014, at 11:11 pm, officers responded to the 400 block of 24th Ave, regarding a report of a loud house party. The caller indicated that this was an ongoing issue at the location. As the officers arrived at the scene they observed a male who was under age with an open bottle of alcohol outside the location. The officers initiated contact and requested that the male identify himself with an ID. The male initially lied about having ID but eventually provided an out of state ID. The male was cited for the violation and released at the scene.

On 09/13/2014, at 5:24 pm, Officers responded to the 200 block of 3rd Ave. regarding a report of a male who wanted to commit “suicide by cop.” The officers responded and requested additional units to the area in an effort to secure the scene. The officers used their department training and initiated the appropriate response protocols for an incident of this type. With the help of outside units the officers secured the general area and made a maximum and immediate effort to protect residents who lived in the area. The male told the dispatcher that he was trained to “shoot center mass” and had sufficient training to kill the responding officers. With the protocols in place within the SFPD, a variety of specialized units arrived to the scene and were able to further secure the area. The SFPD officers who arrived at the scene initially had attempted to gain a rapport with the individual to no avail. A Hostage Negotiation Team member was able to contact the individual and after a period of timer get him to exit the building into custody. Officers searching the premise did recover a handgun which was seized and booked into evidence. None of the local residents, the responding police, medical units or the male were injured during this incident. The male was transported from the scene for evaluation.

On 09/13/2014, at 10:42 pm, Officers responded to the 500 block of 20th Ave. regarding a report of a robbery. On arrival at the scene they contacted the victim who stated he had been struck over the head with a black revolver. The victim in this incident refused any medical assistance and was able to provide the responding officers with a detailed description of the suspects. The suspects demanded everything the victim had on his person and then ordered the victim to south on 20th Ave and not look back. The investigation continues….

On 09/14/2014, at 7:25 pm, Officers on patrol in the area of 26th and Fulton observed a bicyclist committing an infraction and initiated a contact with him. During their contact the officers discovered that the cyclist was in possession of a quantity of suspected methamphetamine. The officers tested the substance and discovered that it showed a positive result. The cyclist was later booked at the county jail for multiple violations.

On 09/15/2014, at 11:18 pm, Officers on patrol in the area of California and Scott St. saw a vehicle which was parked in a crosswalk with three occupants aboard. The officers stopped their vehicle and contacted the driver and passengers. One of the officers observed a weapon which was next to the front passenger area and another in the rear behind the driver. The officer requested backup and when they arrived they fully detained the occupants of the vehicle. One of the occupants had a long criminal history and had six outstanding warrants for his arrest. A search of the vehicle revealed a quantity of methamphetamine. The driver was booked at the county jail for possession and his warrants.

On 09/15/2014, at 10:21 pm, Officers responded to a report of a suspicious person which was called in by a concerned citizen. On arrival in the area the officers saw a male who matched the description provided by dispatch and the contacted him. As they were interviewing the male he provided them with a false name which the officers were sure was not him. Eventually the male provided them with his real name and while conducting a warrants check the found out he had an outstanding warrant. The male was discovered to be in possession of tools which are common to auto burglary suspects. The male was booked at county jail on multiple violations.

On 09/16/2014, at 2:01 am, Officers on patrol in the area of La Playa and Cabrillo St. observed three males who appeared to be waiting for a Muni Bus. What drew the attention of the officers was the fact that the males matched the description of the suspects involved in robberies both in the Richmond and other districts. The males were noted to match the description exactly which was provided regarding the other cases. The officers decided to contact the males and while doing so noticed the males were getting agitated and appeared ready to flee. The officers using techniques which they learned in the academy successfully detained them and then discovered a “BB Gun” which appeared to be “very realistic.” Responding officers assisted and helped in the identification and transportation of the males who were booked into jail for multiple robberies across the city.

On 09/16/2014, at 3:40 pm, Officers on patrol in the area of Fulton St. and 35th Ave. observed two males cycling on the sidewalk. The officers contacted the males regarding the violations and initiated a criminal history check. One of the cyclists came back with an outstanding warrant for his arrest. One individual was cited for cycling on the side walk while his friend was also cited for the same and then booked at county jail on the outstanding warrant.

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 9:31 am | Posted under Crime | 9 comments

Photos: 3 Mules pass through the Richmond District

Photo by Geoff C.

Activist John Sears passed through the neighborhood on Sunday with his pack of mules. Normally he travels with 3 mules (Little Girl, Lady and Pepper), but this time he had just two. One is currently lame and unable to travel. They were seen grazing on the 14th Avenue side of the Park Presidio greenbelt.

Sears, who likes to be known simply as “Mule”, is 66 years old and has been traveling with his pack for the past three decades. They’ve made their way through sixteen western states, according to their website.

The group has a bit of a cult following including 28,000+ fans on Facebook. The purpose of their old school travel is to call attention to the increasing trend of urban sprawl.

Last year while passing through San Diego, Sears told a local news station, “There must be a balance between the man-made world and the natural world,” he said. “We can’t live in this unbalanced state and we all know it.”

The mules also saw the sites on this trip, making stops in the Marina, the Ferry Building and Pier 39 – see pics here.

Sears and the two mules got a ride across the Bay Bridge on Saturday night into the city. Last year, Sears headed north so he may be working on arranging a ride across the Golden Gate Bridge as well. By law he is not allowed to walk the mules across the bridge.

A new documentary. “Mule: Living on the Outside” is in the works about the 3 Mules. Watch the trailer below and find out more at 3MulesMovie.com.

Safe travels to John and his mules.

Sarah B.

Photo by Geoff C.

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 4:15 am | Posted under Photos, Transportation | 11 comments

Photo: Fog + muggy + neon = a Thursday night in the Richmond

Photo by Jason S.

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First car share spaces being installed in the Richmond District

Photo by David H.

Cub reporter David H. snapped this pic today of one of our first car share spaces being installed on Clement Street near 24th Avenue.

These new car share spaces are part of a city-wide effort to convert 900 street parking spaces into ones reserved for car share companies in the next two years. So far, 20 have been approved for the outer Richmond District.

Three car sharing companies – Zipcar, Bay Area nonprofit City CarShare and San Francisco’s Getaround – will be the recipients of the spaces. According to the Chronicle, the SFMTA approved the program after a smaller two-year test, involving a dozen street spaces, was deemed a success.

According to the agreement with the car sharing companies, at least 30 percent of the spaces have to be in the outer two-thirds of the city, and the price charged to the companies for spaces becomes less expensive in neighborhoods distant from downtown, as a way to encourage them to spread their vehicle fleet around the city. The monthly fee ranges from $50 per space per month in the outer third of the city to $150 in closer-in neighborhoods to $225 in the downtown area. [SFGate]

The new car share spot shown in the photo above was formerly a metered parking space (note the red hood over the meter). Strangely, neither 24th Avenue or Clement Street were included in the list of spaces that were approved at the July 11 hearing (see list below).

David said the city painters who are converting the spaces also had other spots on their work order that were not on the list that was shared publicly. Perhaps some spots were changed at the hearing or approved at another time? UPDATE: Commenter Andrew let us know that there were other spaces, including this one on 24th Avenue, approved in a May 16, 2014 meeting (PDF).

We think the SFMTA could have been more creative and come up with a curb color other than red for the car sharing spaces (isn’t it counter-intuitive to park in a red spot?!). How about a lovely baby blue or a rainbow painted curb?

Sarah B.

Related: City plans to remove 20 residential parking spaces for car share companies

A follow-up story from KTVU:

A. 27th Avenue, east side, from 24 feet to 64 feet north of Geary Boulevard (40-foot zone removes Post IDs #127-4660, #127-04640, for 2 car share parking permits–Z004 & Z095)
B. 28th Avenue, east side, from Clement Street to 38 feet northerly (38-foot zone, for 2 car share parking permits–Z001 & Z094)
C. 33rd Avenue, west side, from 16 feet to 52 feet south of Balboa Street (36-foot zone, for 2 car share parking permits–Z003 & Z093)
D. 34th Avenue, west side, from 16 feet to 52 feet north of Geary Boulevard (36-foot zone, for 2 car share parking permits–Z092 & Z002)
E. 42nd Avenue, east side, from 16 feet to 52 feet south of Geary Boulevard (36-foot zone, for 2 car share parking permits–Z005 & Z090)
F. 42nd Avenue, east side, from Balboa Street to 35 feet northerly (35-foot zone, for 2 car share parking permits–Z006 & Z091)
G. Anza Street, north side, from 9 feet to 29 feet east of 44th Avenue (20-foot zone, for 1 car share parking permit space–G038)
H. Balboa Street, south side, from 3 feet to 37 feet west of 20th Avenue (34-foot zone, for 2 car share parking permits–Z030 & Z096)
I. Balboa Street, south side, from 28 feet to 71 feet west of 6th Avenue (43-foot zone removes Post IDs #321-05050, #321-05070, for 2 car share parking permits–Z031 & Z098)
J. Cabrillo Street, south side, from 20 feet east of 37th Avenue (20-foot zone, for 1 car share parking permit space–G040)

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Square data shows which ‘hoods go to Burning Man (hint: not the Richmond)

So you probably noticed the city felt emptier during Burning Man (August 25 – September 1), but is there any data to prove that? Well yes, there is…

Fortune magazine got some data from Square, a transaction processor, showing the growth or decline in commerce in San Francisco neighborhoods during the period that Burning Man was taking place. While the festival funnels a lot of money into the local economy where “the playa” is located near Reno, NV ($55 million last year), it can have the opposite effect in areas where attendees come from.

As you can see from the map, commerce declined in the southern portions of the city.

“Data from Square, the mobile credit card processing company, suggests merchants in the South of Market neighborhood saw as much as a 20% drop in business the week of Burning Man compared to a typical week.”

That’s where a lot of tech workers typically spend, and a lot of them make a mass exodus to Burning Man. When they leave town, so does their $$.

But look at the Richmond District! Our overall commerce was up nearly 20% which means a lot of us were not at Burning Man. As the article points out, “commerce was up sharply in the Richmond, a neighborhood popular with families, perhaps due to increased shopping during a the Labor Day weekend.”

Thanks to Anthony for the tip.

Sarah B.

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Local links: U-Lee coming, shipwrecks, music @ the Neck, Parking Day & more

The Frank H. Buck tanker ship that wrecked near Lands End in 1937. Courtesy of NOAA

Here are some local links to get you through hump day…

  • Maritime researchers are using underwater vehicles, cameras and sonar to identify shipwrecks off the west coast of San Francisco and around the Farallones. They’ve already found remains from an 1863 and a 1910 shipwreck. “These and other shipwreck investigations mark the first mission of a two-year project to locate, identify and better understand some of the estimated 300 wrecks in Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary, and the adjacent Golden Gate National Recreation Area.” Their photo archives have some great shots of wrecks off just off of Lands End.
  • Scootch over, Shanghai Dumpling King… U-Lee Chinese restaurant is departing Nob Hill after decades of serving its infamous, giant potstickers no thanks to a rent hike. But we get to benefit – owner Kenneth Lee is at work on a new location at 36th and Balboa, which he plans to open in early 2015.
  • Like live music? Then you might want to keep an eye on the schedule at Clement Street’s Neck of the Woods (formerly Rockit Room). The Bay Bridged did a nice writeup on the new owner and his passion for booking bands. “At Neck of the Woods, there really is something for everyone: Monday night salsa lessons, Tuesday night open mic comedy, Wednesday open mic nights, Thursday night shows upstairs, Friday and Saturday nights there are shows upstairs and downstairs.” Not to mention that the club has been safer and a better neighbor since the ownership change.
  • Up the street at 540 Club (540 Clement) you’ll find a new photography exhibition from John Agoncillo featuring some photos from the Richmond District (like this gem of someone sleeping it off on an abandoned sofa…). Photos will be up until the end of September.
  • Been wondering why that Highway 1 NB exit to Doyle Drive isn’t open yet, even though it appears completely done and is one of the quickest ways to get to the Marina / 101 South on Lombard from the Richmond District? Mercury News asked and was told “the ramp will open when major construction is completed late next year. This ramp must remain closed until then for safety purposes. Currently, both directions of traffic are temporarily on the future southbound roadway, and there is not enough space for traffic to merge safely from the Highway 1/Park Presidio ramp onto south 101/Doyle Drive… The connection between the Marina and Richmond district will open when the hook ramp connecting north 101 to south Highway 1 is done. This depends on the completion of the new northbound High Viaduct by early 2016.” So now you know. We didn’t say it would be a pleasant answer ;)
  • The National AIDS Memorial Grove in Golden Gate Park has been the target of a persistent vandal recently. SFWeekly interviewed John D. Cunningham, Executive Director of the grove to get more details. When asked what it would cost to repair the damage, Cunningham said, “At the present time, the low end is $100,000-$125,000, and the high end, which would be having to do a full replacement of the Circle of Friends, would be $1 million.”
  • A new law was passed that prohibits overnight parking for large vehicles along Fulton Street and other corridors in the city. CBS5 found that some of those oversized vehicles found a clear patch in Potrero Hill and the neighbors there are none too pleased.
  • A very detailed, hand-drawn map of San Francisco was just released from artist Jenni Sparks. We can’t see the Richmond District portion is great detail, but she certainly got the important landmarks in there like Green Apple Books. :)
  • Before there were parklets there was Parking Day which takes place this Friday. People take over a parking spot for a day and transform it into a public, outdoor space. The map on the website doesn’t seem to be working, so hard to say if there will be any in the Richmond District. But if you see someone lounging in a meter space on Friday, you now know why. Or, you can always get creative and participate in Parking Day. The website has a license and manual you can download (note you still have to pay your meter during Parking Day).
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Hundreds come out for 2nd annual Jog in the Fog 5k fun run

A sprint to the finish. Jerry Flanagan (L) nosed over first for the win in 24:21

It was a photo finish at Sunday’s Richmond District Jog in the Fog 5k as top finishers Jerry Flanagan and Jamie Tran sprinted to the finish line in the USS SF Memorial Parking lot at Lands End, with Flanagan just nosing over the line first with a time of 24:21.

Over 400 people came out for the race’s second running, including families, tourists from Mexico and Brazil, some first time 5k’ers and plenty of running veterans.

Shortly after Flanagan crossed, the top boy, Andrew Blelloch crossed in an impressive 25:42 (if anyone knows how to get in touch with Andrew, please contact us – we have prizes for him!).

Top woman finisher Liz Hubertz was close on his heels, crossing past the finish columns supplied by Sparky’s Balloons at 27:32. Top girl Vanessa Miller finished with a time of 28:38, and all finishers received a trophy from All American Bowling & Trophy on Cabrillo, a gift card from Green Apple Books, and for the adults, a gift bag from Senspa. All young finishers also received finisher wristbands from the Richmond District YMCA.

Top man Jerry Flanagan (24:21) and top woman Liz Hubertz (27:32) with their race booty

Top girl Vanessa Miller (28:38) and top boy Andrew Blelloch (25:42)

The weather was perfect this year, with high clouds and overcast allowing racers to enjoy spectacular views of the ocean and Golden Gate Bridge along the Land’s End portion of the course. A group of dolphins even played in the water below as racers rounded the corner to the finish in the USS SF Memorial Parking lot at Land’s End, completing the 3.4 mile course – after tackling a final set of stairs.

Waiting at the finish were beverages from Purity Organic, and tasty granola samples from race sponsor Angelina’s Deli & Cafe. Proceeds from Sunday’s race benefited the Richmond District Neighborhood Center, a non-profit that provides free and low-cost resources, support, and activities to children, teens, adults and seniors in the neighborhood.

We want to thank everyone who came out to support the race and the RDNC this year, and give special thanks to our sponsors and partners who make it all possible. And to our enthusiastic volunteers – we couldn’t do it without you!

If you participated in Jog in the Fog, we’ll let you know when finish line photos are available online (for free download).

Way to go foggy joggers – we’ll see you in 2015!

Sarah B.

Racers queue up at the start line in Mountain Lake Park

T-shirt pick up at the finish area

Enjoying the views from the finish area at Land’s End

A Jog in the Fog volunteer with a special bundle

Sponsor Angelina’s Cafe & Deli sampling their granola at the finish line

A spirited finisher! (this is an animated gif)

Our most pregnant finisher – 9 months and due next week!

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Police Blotter – September 12, 2014

[Reprinted from The Richmond Police Station Newsletter of September 12, 2014. To be added to the station's mailing list, email sfpdrichmondstation@sfgov.org.]

On 09/10/2014, between 4:54 pm and 5:53 pm, Richmond Station officers did an outstanding job responding to four injury collisions and two non-injury collisions within this hour. All the officers in the district conducted themselves in a professional and timely manner, handling everything that was thrown at them.

In the middle of this the officers completed a DUI investigation which resulted in the arrest of an individual who was responsible for three collisions on Fulton Street alone. There was a total of four collisions on Fulton Street during this time.

Our next community meeting will be on Tuesday 09-16-2014 at 6:00PM in the Community Room at Richmond Station: 461 6th Ave.

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On 09/08/2014, at 10:36 pm, Officers on patrol on Geary St. observed a black Mercedes proceed through a solid red light making no apparent effort to stop. The officers initiated a traffic stop and contacted the driver. The driver produced a Washington drivers license which when checked came back as cancelled and the driver was cited for the violation. There was a passenger in the vehicle that turned out to have a DUI warrant for his arrest. While booking the passenger at the county jail it was discovered that the passenger was in possession of fraudulent government documents. The investigation continues…

On 09/08/2014, at 12:20 am, Officers on patrol in the area of Park Presidio observed a vehicle traveling 20mph over the posted speed limit. The officers initiated a traffic stop and contacted the driver. The driver was never issued a license and was cited for multiple violations.

On 09/08/2014, at 5:01 pm, Officers responded to 17th and Geary regarding a possible carjacking. A female stated that whole driving her vehicle she picked up her son who was standing on a street corner. The female said her son appeared to be under the influence of an unknown substance and was very agitated. She said her son grabbed the wheel and it took all her strength to avoid hitting other vehicles in the roadway. When she managed to stop the vehicle her son pushed her from the car and drove away. The son was later located in another county by another agency. He remains in custody…

On 09/06/2014, at 11:02 pm, Officers on patrol in the area of Geary and 2nd Ave. observed a vehicle with mechanical violations. They stopped the vehicle and contacted the driver who it was later determined was driving on a suspended / revoked license. The driver was cited for the violations.

On 09/06/2014, between 7:00 am and 8:20 am, Officers responded multiple times to the 500 block of Point Lobos regarding multiple reports of an aggressive male in the area causing damage to vehicles. Each time the officers searched the area the male had disappeared. On the final call the officers were able to locate the male thanks to a 911 caller. The male was identified and a warrants check revealed that he was currently wanted for two outstanding warrants. The male was booked at the jail on the warrants and multiple other violations.

On 09/06/2014, at 3:42 pm, Plain Clothes officers working in the area of Golden Gate Park observed a person known to them as a prolific auto burglary suspect. The officers contacted the male who was in possession of a laptop computer which he claimed was his. The officers were able to find contact information on the laptop for the actual owner who did not know he was the victim of an auto burglary. With this information in hand the officers were able to book the offender at county jail for the offence.

On 09/06/2014, at 4:20 pm, Officers responded to a call regarding an aggressive, intoxicated male urinating in the area of 2900 Geary Blvd. On arrival at the scene, the initial caller pointed out the suspect who was in the process of urinating on the wall of a nearby building. The officers contacted the male who appeared to be highly intoxicated and unsteady on his feet. The officers were also able to determine the male had a warrant for his arrest. The male was booked at the county jail.

On 09/06/2014, at 2:17 pm, Officers responded to a call of what was described as a “Mentally Disturbed Individual” by the caller at the 100 block of Commonwealth. The male was said to have run up to a female screaming he was being chased by the “Mexican mafia” because he had “got with the wrong girl.” While en-route the officers where further told the male had entered the 2nd floor and was standing with a kitchen knife in his hand. The female was said to also be in the house trying to locate her husband and her young child who had locked himself in his room. When officers contacted the female in this incident she was able to provide a photograph of the male suspect which she had taken with her phone. While initiating various safety protocols prior to making entry to the building, officers heard the sound of glass being smashed. Shortly the officers saw the male who appeared to be covered in blood and agitated. The officers successfully subdued the male who was taken into custody by the responding officers. Officers then checked on the occupants of the premise who were inside when the knife wielding male made entry. The child and both parents were uninjured and successfully rescued by the responding officers. Officers had the male medically checked due to lacerations on his hands and arms. After being medically cleared at SFGH the male was booked into county jail.

On 09/05/2014, at 9:01 pm, Plain Clothes officers in the area of Bowling Green Drive and Nancy Pelosi Drive observed a male cyclist known to them through previous contacts. The cyclist had multiple outstanding felony warrants for his arrest. The Officers identified themselves and the attempted to stop the cyclist but he started to flee the area. The officers chased the cyclist on foot and entered a wooded area where they saw the male attempting to hide under a bush. The officers grabbed the male, placed him under arrest and handcuffed him. The officers confirmed five outstanding warrants and later booked the male into the county jail without further incident.

On 09/05/2014, at 3:50 pm, Officers responded to the area of Lorraine Court regarding a report of a male involved in “Aggressive Solicitation” selling magazine subscriptions. The original caller wished to remain anonymous and just have officers contact the male. When the officers arrived on the scene they observed the male having an argument which ceased as they approached. The officers advised the male the scope of what he was allowed to do while going door to door. The male was identified, admonished and officers left the area to go back on patrol. About thirty minutes later at 4:25 pm, Officers again responded to the same area regarding a similar report with the same suspect description. Yet again the reporting party did not want officers to do anything regarding this issue. Yet again the officer admonished the male and advised him about the repercussions of aggressive solicitation. The officer went back into service but did note that the male was more agitated than when he had spoken to him earlier. At 5:26 pm, the officer responded to a third call regarding the male and contacted him in the area. On this occasion the male was detained due to his apparent disregard of the warnings he had received earlier in the evening. At this time the officer was approached by a third complainant who stated she was in fear due to the aggressive nature of the suspect. This time the male was cited for municipal code violations.

On 09/05/2014, at 9:00 am, Officers responded to a report of a missing person. The officers spoke to the concerned family member who stated there were medical issues with the missing person. The officers initiated an immediate search in an effort to locate the missing male. Officers from the district spread out and went to the various areas the missing person was known to frequent but were unable to make any contact. The officers created and issued a statewide alert for the missing person and entered his information into the missing persons system. A number of officers were detailed to keep on a continuous search in an effort to locate the missing male due to reported medical issues. Later the same day at 11:30 pm, the missing male was located, alive and well. He had driven to various locations in the city throughout the day. Family members were unable to contact him because his cell phone was left at home.

On 09/04/2014, at 10:12 pm, Officers on regular patrol in the area of the Aids Memorial in Golden Gate Park observed a male acting in a suspicious manner. The male was contacted and a records check showed he had an outstanding warrant for his arrest. The male was booked at the county jail on the warrant.

On 09/04/2014, at 5:11 pm, Officers in the area of 34th and Fulton St. contacted male regarding park code violations. While conducting their investigation, officers were able to recover a quantity of suspected methamphetamine. The male was booked into jail on narcotics violations.

On 09/04/2014, at 1:00 pm, Officers responded to the area of 10th and Cabrillo regarding a report of a possible theft. The victim in this incident was contacted and reported that known suspect had assaulted her and stole her money jar. The officers were able to eventually contact the suspect and convinced him to return to the scene via telephone. While conducting their investigation, officers were able to recover the stolen money and arrested the male for robbery with force.

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 4:02 am | Posted under Crime | 4 comments