Taraval Station

Daily Crime Report :: Thu – March 14, 2019

*** 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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12:33 pm
Plymouth Ave & Ocean Ave
Officers responded to a report of a battery. The witness stated that the suspect was observed yelling ant screaming at the victim and went to help. The witness yelled at the suspect and the suspect took out a box cutter and held it before fleeing on to a nearby MUNI.  The victim stated that the suspect had started yelling and spitting at her for no apparent reason before the witness stepped in.  

Warrant Arrest – Arrested
12:54 am
1300 41st Ave
Officers responded to a report of a verbal argument and made contact with the parties involved. A computer check revealed that one of the parties had a warrant for his arrest and arrested him. 

Robbery – Marijuana Offense – Arrested
9:00 am
3100 Ortega St
A school resource officer recognized the suspect from a crime alert who was wanted for a robbery on board a MJNI. Responding officers located the suspect and a search revealed a bag of marijuana in his backpack. The suspect was arrested.

Reported 3:24 pm / 1600 42nd Ave / package theft
Reported 8:00 pm / 41st Ave & Taraval St / stolen address number from house wall
Reported 4:00 pm / 3200 20th Ave / items stolen from gym locker
Reported 12:15 pm / 300 Eucalyptus Dr / items stolen from gym locker

Vandalism to Property
Reported 1:24 pm / Junipero Serra Blvd & 19th Ave / vandalism to vehicle

Theft from Vehicle
Reported 12:00 am / 100 Granada Ave
Reported 3:06 pm / 2500 15th Ave
Reported 11:57 am / 2400 16th Ave
Reported 9:00 pm / 1300 Lincoln Way

Traffic Collision
Reported 9:20 pm / Junipero Serra Blvd & John Daly Blvd / Vehicle vs Vehicle vs Vehicle
Reported 11:55 am / 19th Ave & Holloway Ave / Pedestrian vs Vehicle
Reported 1:30 pm / 19th Ave & Junipero Serra Blvd / Vehicle vs Vehicle –hit & run