Taraval Station

Daily Crime Report :: Wed – Oct 04, 2017

*** Not all crimes are reported in the daily report *** Date of reported incident are not always the same as date of occurrence ***
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Theft of a Auto – Warrant Arrest – Arrested
7:32 pm
3200 20th Ave
Officers responded to a report of a possibly stolen vehicle, a BMW. The victim reported that she had accidentally dropped her car keys when she had parked her vehicle.

Responding officers located the vehicle and made contact with the passenger, who was sitting inside. The passenger stated that she was shopping alone when the driver drove up to her in the BMW and asked if she needed a ride. The passenger accepted the offer and did not know the driver’s name but he had mentioned that he had to get something at Macy’s before they could leave.  

The officers successfully located the suspect, who was holding on to a BMW key, and detained him without incident. The passenger then positively identified the suspect as the driver who approached her in the BMW. A computer check on the driver revealed he had a warrant for his arrest. The driver was arrested.

Suspended Driver’s License – Traffic Violation – Cited
11:43 pm
Kirkham St & 19th Ave
Officers were on patrol and observed a vehicle run a red light without making an attempt to slow down. The officers conducted a traffic stop and a computer check on the driver revealed that his license had been suspended. It also showed that the driver had been cited numerous times for the same offense. The driver was cited and his vehicle was towed.

5:14 pm
700 Irving St
Officers responded to a report of a fight between two males. The victim reported that the three suspects had hit him and stole his property. The victim stated that the female suspect had also attempted but was unsuccessful in stealing his backpack. After the incident, the victim saw the suspect and confronted her. The suspect and her friend responded by hitting him before getting on a motorcycle and leaving the area. 

Robbery – Arrested
12:25 pm
19th Ave & Lincoln Way
Officers responded to a report of a fight. The victim reported that she had just exited Golden Gate Park with her baby when she felt someone taking her cell phone out of her rear pocket. The victim quickly turned around and yelled for help which caused the suspect to grab her by the arm and throw her on to the ground. Several people approached the victim to help her and the suspect threw the victim’s phone on to the ground and walked away from the scene. Responding successfully located the suspect, based on the description given, and detained him without incident. After further investigation, the suspect was arrested.  

Reported 12:59 pm / 100 Saint Elmo Way / forced entry
Reported 12:45 pm / 2200 41st Ave / unlawful entry
Reported 4:40 pm / 300 West Portal Ave / forced entry

Reported 3:03 pm / 600 Faxon Ave / package theft
Reported 11:00 pm / 19th Ave & Irving St / locked bicycle stolen

Vandalism to Property
Reported 6:45 pm / 1700 25th Ave / vandalism to property and vehicle
Reported 10:27 am / 1700 25th Ave / vandalism to vehicle
Reported 7:50 pm / 300 Eucalyptus Dr / vandalism to vehicle

Reported 9:36 am / 4100 Noriega St / fraudulent trickery to send money
Reported 6:30 pm / 3300 Taraval St / credit card fraud

Theft from Vehicles
Reported 10:16 am / 1400 22nd Ave
Reported 1:30 pm / 2400 Noriega St
Reported 8:03 am / 300 Font Blvd
Reported 8:06 am / 1300 18th Ave
Reported 4:13 pm / 1200 19th Ave
Reported 9:10 am / Paloma Ave
Reported 3:00 pm / Irving St & 18th Ave
Reported 9:00 am / Lakeview Ave & Capitol Ave

Traffic Collision
Reported 9:00 pm / 27th Ave & Lawton St / Vehicle vs Vehicle
Reported 7:00 pm / Castaneda Ave & Alton Ave / Vehicle vs Vehicle
Reported 11:45 pm / Wawona St & Great Hwy / Vehicle vs Vehicle
Reported 9:25 am / Alemany Blvd & Victoria St / Vehicle vs Vehicle
Reported 1:00 am / 100 Saint Charles Ave / Vehicle vs Vehicle
Reported 8:06 am / 31st Ave & Irving St / Vehicle vs Pedestrian