policeblotter_sfa.jpgMonday, 4/5/10

10:36 PM: A woman reportedly says she saw three men at the corner of Webster and Eddy, then saw one man start shooting at another.So the police came out, but didn’t find anything.

10:54 PM: Someone reportedly tried to rob a fast food restaurant on the 200 block of Bayshore at gunpoint THROUGH THE DRIVE THROUGH. Is this really a thing? The victim ran from the window, and the suspect fled.

11 PM: A man reportedly robbed another man on the 2000 block of Harrison, then fled in a car driven by a second suspect. No one’s been arrested.

11:30 PM: A store on the 600 block of Lincoln was reportedly robbed at gunpoint. No one’s been arrested.

Tuesday, 4/06/2010

9:15 PM: So, a man reportedly gets out of his car on the 900 block of Dartmouth, and is approached by someone the SFPD’s calling “suspect #1,” who asks for a light. Then suspect #2 points a rifle at the victim and demands his money. The victim pushed the rifle away, at which point suspect #3 hits him on the head, and down the victim goes. They rob him and flee on foot, no one’s been arrested.

Wednesday, 4/07/2010

3:10 PM: A man walking with his daughter at 29th St. and Tiffany is reportedly shot and robbed. The suspect fled and is later arrested. The victim’s expected to be OK.

Thursday, 4/08/2010

9:15 AM: A man was reportedly shot on the 1400 block of Oakdale, but his injuries aren’t life threatening. One suspect’s in custody, the other is still at large.

8:44 PM: An man was reportedly robbed on the 900 block of Polk street, after a man approached the victim from behind “cornered him against the wall, and demanded his property.” Seeing a gun on his alleged assailant’s person, the victim handed over the goods, and made it through unharmed. No one’s been arrested.

9:05 PM: SFPD found 30-year-old Charles McAleer-Bonilla suffering from stab wounds at 28th and Sanchez. He was pronounced dead soon thereafter. More here.

10:57 PM: A woman waiting for Muni at Geary and Fillmore was reportedly robbed at gunpoint. The suspect then fled on foot, and has not been arrested.

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Eve Batey is the editor and publisher of the San Francisco Appeal. She used to be the San Francisco Chronicle's Deputy Managing Editor for Online, and started at the Chronicle as their blogging and interactive editor. Before that, she was a co-founding writer and the lead editor of SFist. She's been in the city since 1997, presently living in the Outer Sunset with her husband, cat, and dog. You can reach Eve at eve@sfappeal.com.

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