policeblotter_sfa.jpgThursday, 7/22/10

1:13am: A man was walking around in a bar on the 200 block of Mission St. when he reportedly got into an argument with another man. The argument then turned into an assault where two other men allegedly continued assaulting the victim. The victim then reportedly pulled out a knife in self-defense, allegedly cutting the first man involved in the altercation. The other two men fled on foot as the victim continued to fight with the original suspect. Both men were transported to the hospital for non-life threatening injuries. The suspect was arrested.

10:54am: A woman heard commotion in the area around her apartment in the 400 block of Pierce St. She opened her bedroom door and reportedly saw two men running out of the apartment.

9:15pm: A man was reportedly harassing another man on the 1400 block of Potrero Ave. by calling him names. The other man allegedly hit the victim’s head with a skateboard and then fled on foot. The victim suffered a small laceration and was transported to the hospital for his non-life threatening injury. No arrests were made.

10:35pm: A man reportedly assaulted a woman on Jessie and 6th St. An arrest has been made.

11:29pm: A woman was walking along the 600 block of Lyon St. when two men reportedly approached her, pepper-sprayed her, and grabbed her purse. No arrests have been made and there was one minor injury.

Friday, 7/23/10

1:08am: Two men reportedly approached another man and demanded his car keys. One of the suspects allegedly brandished a handgun and assaulted the victim. Both suspects reportedly fled with the victim’s vehicle. No arrests have been made and the victim suffered minor injuries.

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