Blotter map madness, day 2! Too much, not enough, what do you think? (RSS people, sorry, you gotta click through.) Tell us if this makes the blotter more or less useful and/or engaging, OK?
12:12 PM: A man was sitting in his car on the 600 block of Jamestown when another man reportedly approached him and, after a short conversation, shot him (the guy in the car) in the leg. His wound wasn’t life threatening, and no one’s been arrested.
4:30 PM: A man reportedly broke into a woman’s house in the 100 block of Eucalyptus. The resident, who was there, heard him allegedly break in, and saw him fleeing. The police found the suspect and arrested him.
6:30 PM: A man reportedly surprised a woman from behind (don’t, this is serious) and mugged her at Palou and Lane. No one’s been arrested.
6:51 PM: A store on the 500 block of 3rd Street was reportedly robbed at gunpoint, when a man allegedly entered the store, pulled a gun, and demanded the cash from the register. The store’s employee complied, and was not injured. No arrest has been made.
7:18 PM: A man and woman reportedly got in a fight on the 400 block of Jones, and the man reportedly struck the woman. Her injuries weren’t life threatening, and he was arrested.
8:59 PM: A man reportedly broke into a home on the 2600 block of Bryant, but was confronted by the resident, who chased the suspect down and retrieved the property stolen from the home. The alleged robber has been arrested, and the (kind of badass) victim’s property was retrieved.
11:45 PM: A man and an undescribed victim reportedly got into a fight at 6th and Jessie, and the man allegedly cut the victim’s face with scissors. The cut was not life threatening, and the suspect was arrested.
1:06 AM: Two men reportedly assaulted an undescribed person in a bar at 24th and Mission in what’s being described as a “gang-related fight” by the SFPD. The victim’s injuries weren’t life threatening, and at least one of the alleged assailants has been arrested.
1:30 AM: An unknown suspect fired shots into a business (closed at the time) on the 800 block of Taraval. No one was injured, though property was damaged. No one’s been arrested.
View SF Appeal Crime Blotter, Wednesday Jan. 27 in a larger map