policeblotter_sfa.jpgMonday, 3/29/10

5:25 PM: Two guys reportedly got in a fistfight at Keith and Newcomb, and one got hit in the face, “causing injury.” The puncher fled, the punchee refused treatment, no one was arrested.

8:16 PM: Here’s how SFPD says it went down: Suspects #1 and #2 approach Victims #1 and Victim #2 from behind on the 2000 Block of 46th Ave. Suspects then take both Victims’ property and run to an unknown vehicle containing Suspect #3. They reportedly took off eastbound on Taraval. No one’s been arrested.

11:20 PM: Two folks were reportedly waiting for Muni at Geary and Fillmore when they were robbed at gunpoint. The suspect then fled (on foot) west on Geary, towards Steiner, no one’s been arrested.


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  • Burgos

    What ever happened to cops walking the beat, particularly in high density areas; I think that Geary & Fillmore fits that description.
    Thanks to personal electronic devices, people are way too oblivious to their surroundings.

  • Burgos

    What ever happened to cops walking the beat, particularly in high density areas; I think that Geary & Fillmore fits that description.
    Thanks to personal electronic devices, people are way too oblivious to their surroundings.

  • Pumpkin Pie

    Personal devices provide incentive for crime. There’s a huge market for stolen electronics. ‘Gotta downsize in public.

  • Pumpkin Pie

    Personal devices provide incentive for crime. There’s a huge market for stolen electronics. ‘Gotta downsize in public.

  • DT

    End of the month in the vicinity of public housing. “Nuf said.

  • DT

    End of the month in the vicinity of public housing. “Nuf said.