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Arson of a Vehicle
00 Ralston St
Officers responded to a report of a vehicle on fire. Responding officers arrived while SFFD was successfully putting out a Honda Ridgeline that was on fire. SFFD will continue to investigate this incident.
Vehicle Violation – Suspended Driver’s License – Cited
19th Ave & Denslowe Dr
Officers were conducting traffic speed enforcement and observed a vehicle traveling 55 mph in a 35 mph zone. The officers conducted a traffic stop and a computer check on the driver revealed that her license had been suspended. However, the license allowed the driver to drive back and forth for work, but the driver was unable to prove she was going to or returning from work. The driver was cited.
Violation of Restraining Order – Arrested
22nd Ave & Wawona St
Officers responded to a report of a restraining order violation. The witness stated that the suspect was observed carrying a stick, which was in direct violation of a restraining order. Responding officers located the suspect, who was holding on to a brown stick and was highly agitated. A computer check confirmed that the restraining order was in violation and the suspect was arrested.
Possession of a Prohibited Weapon – Probation Violation – Arrested
19th Ave & Lincoln Way
Officers responded to a report of a person with a gun on a MUNI coach. The witness, the bus driver, stated that the suspect did not pay while getting on the bus along with another passenger and was then observed removing an item from his waist band after he had gotten on the bus. The witness believed that the item looked like a gun and contacted the police. The witness then waited for the police with the coach doors closed. Shortly after, the suspect requested that the witness open the doors so he could leave. Responding officers arrived as the suspect was speaking to the witness and while the suspect was holding a large metal pipe, with both ends wrapped in black tape. A computer check revealed that the suspect was prohibited from having any type of item that could be used as a weapon. The officers determined that the pipe, which the suspect stated was not his but he found it, could be used as a weapon and arrested the suspect. The suspect was also charged for refusing to pay the bus fare.
Reported 11:00 am / 100 Quintara St / unlawful entry
Reported 5:15 pm / 3200 20th Ave / shoplifting
Reported 7:01 pm / 2500 Ocean Ave / shoplifting
Vandalism to Property
Reported 11:00 am / 9:13 pm / vandalism to property
Reported 8:59 am / 00 Fuente Ave / vandalism to vehicle
Reported 8:14 pm / 100 Font Blvd / identity theft
Reported 5:42 pm / 1800 22nd Ave / identity theft
Theft from Vehicles
Reported 5:35 pm / 3600 Santiago St
Reported 11:25 pm / 2000 Ocean Ave
Reported 2:01 pm / 2200 16th Ave
Reported 11:40 pm / 7th Ave & Lincoln Way / Vehicle vs Vehicle
Reported 5:00 pm / 19th Ave & Kirkham St / Vehicle vs Vehicle
Reported 4:50 pm / Buckingham Way & 20th Ave / Vehicle vs Vehicle
Reported 11:25 pm / 19th Ave & Taraval St / Vehicle vs Vehicle