*** Not all crimes are reported in the daily report, Address shown are the “Unit Block” where the incident took place.*** Date of reported incident are not always the same as date of occurrence ***
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650 Capitol Ave
Officers responded to Minnie & Lovie Ward Rec Park regarding a fire in the bathroom. The fire was successfully extinguished by the SFFD, who later determined that the suspect had set the paper towel dispenser on fire.
Warrant Arrest – Possession of Fireworks – Drugs – No Driver’s License Issued – Arrested
47th Ave & Wawona St
Officers were searching for a known subject, who had an arrest warrant, and located the subject’s vehicle. An investigation of the vehicle revealed that it’s license plate was registered to a different vehicle. The officers continued to search the area and observed the subject running to his vehicle and entering it. The officers conducted a traffic stop and a computer check revealed that the subject’s license had been suspended. A search of the subject’s vehicle revealed methamphetamine, heroin and numerous fireworks. After further investigation, the suspect was arrested.
Traffic Violation – Warrant Arrest – Arrested
300 Vidal Dr
Officers were searching for a known subject who had an arrest warrant. The officers located the subject, who was driving away from them, in a vehicle. The officers conducted a traffic stop and a computer check revealed that the vehicle’s registration had expired. After further investigation the subject was arrested.
Traffic Violation – Suspended Driver’s License – Cited
7th Ave & Kirkham St
Officers were on patrol and observed a vehicle with an expired registration sticker. The officers conducted a traffic stop and a computer check on the driver revealed that his license had been suspended. The driver was cited.
Battery – Trespassing
2300 Noriega St
Officers responded to a report of a battery. The suspect stated that she had confronted the victim regarding several posted signs that she thought was offensive when the victim pushed her outside and threw her on to the ground. The victim responded that the suspect had entered his office space and yelled at him. The suspect then refused to leave and swung her arm at the victim but missed hitting him before she grabbed the victim’s arms. The victim stated that after he pushed the suspect away from him to free himself, the suspect turned around to leave but accidentally fell in the process. A neutral witness confirmed the victim’s account of the incident.
Reported 11:39 am / 3200 20th Ave / shoplifting
Reported 12:53 pm / 1800 Ocean Ave / shoplifting
Reported 4:19 pm / 1700 Taraval St / identity theft
Reported 7:00 pm / 1800 Ocean Ave / credit card fraud
Theft from Vehicle
Reported 12:00 pm / 100 Knockash Hill
Reported 4:00 pm / 3200 20th Ave
Reported 11:00 am / 00 Harding Road
Reported 12:00 pm / 21st Ave & Ulloa St