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Related: Muggings, Robberies All Over SF In Last Day

Monday August 23, 2010

4:15 pm: A 28-year-old man was approached by two young suspects in their teens in the 1000 block of Oakdale Avenue. The teens allegedly told the man to give them his valuables. One of the suspects reportedly showed the victim a gun concealed under his sweatshirt. The victim complied with the demands of the suspects. The suspects fled the scene. No injuries were reported.

9:24 pm: Two men in their late twenties invited two other men over to their house in the 1900 block of San Jose Avenue. The two suspects allegedly robbed the victims at gunpoint and stole their cell phones and other valuables. The suspects allegedly fled the property. One of the victims then caught the attention of a police vehicle on his street. One of the suspects has been arrested. No injuries were sustained.

8:42 pm: A 36-year-old man was allegedly attacked by three suspects in the 800 block of Valencia. The suspects stole the victim’s wallet and cell phone. The victim suffered abrasions to the face.

10:38 pm: A 45-year-old man was found on the ground in the unit block of Turk Street. At the scene the victim was found with a non life-threatening injury to his head. The victim was not able to recall what happened. The victim was sent to the hospital. No arrest has been made.

Tuesday August 24, 2010

4:10 am: A 38-year-old man was sitting on the sidewalk in the 1600 block of 15th Street using his laptop when he was approached by two male suspects in their mid-twenties. One of the suspects allegedly grabbed his laptop from him and walked away. When the victim got up and confronted the suspect, the victim was struck by the second suspect on the head. The suspects fled the scene and the victim phoned the police. The victim was sent to the hospital. No arrest has been made. The victim sustained head injuries from what is believed to be a metal object, possibly a pipe.

4:30 am: A man was in his home in the 1400 block of Oakdale when he was woken up by a noise. The victim got up to check his home and found the garage door to be open. The victim found his wallet missing as well as a jewelry box missing from his bedroom. The victim said that when he went to bed the previous night the garage door had been closed. No arrests have been made and no injuries were sustained.


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  • areallyniceguy

    Maybe this one is for “Ask the Appeal”; what is a “unit block”?

  • areallyniceguy

    Maybe this one is for “Ask the Appeal”; what is a “unit block”?

  • Eve Batey

    It’s the first block of a street. Sometimes the addresses are in the single digits, but not always.

  • Eve Batey

    It’s the first block of a street. Sometimes the addresses are in the single digits, but not always.