1 PM:A white man stopped on the street on the 100 block of Golden Gate to take some medication, and a black man and woman reportedly wrested it from him. When the victim tried to get it back, the female suspect pulled a gun on him, then both suspects fled on foot. No one’s been arrested.
9:15 PM: Two black men reportedly robbed a restaurant on the 500 block of Cortland at gunpoint, taking money from the register and an asian male patron’s wallet. They fled on foot, and haven’t been arrested.
9:30 PM: Two black men reportedly stole a white woman’s iPhone while on Muni, getting off the bus at San Bruno and Felton. No one’s been arrested.
4:20 AM: A black woman and a white man were having a fight on the first block of 6th Street, when the woman stabbed the man. His injuries were not life-threatening, and she was arrested.
If you didn’t vote in this poll yesterday, please take the time to do it today: Some commenters have expressed concerns about our inclusion of race in our blotter items, saying that that information “reduces the average value of each piece of information in each incident,” that including information on suspects’ and victims’ race makes the Appeal “look like racists,” and that “pointing out race exacerbates profiling and racism both.”
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