policeblotter_sfa.jpgTuesday, August 24th
10:25 AM: A woman walking on Brussels and Felton St. was reportedly approached from behind by a man with a gun. He demanded her purse and struck her on the head. After grabbing the purse off her shoulder he fled to a silver car and drove himself away. The woman was treated for an injury and released at the scene. No arrests.

9:36 AM:
A woman driving south on San Bruno at Arleta reportedly drove into five pedestrians waiting at the bus stop. The driver told the investigating officers that an unknown mechanical problem caused her to lose control of her SUV. The five adult victims were transported to local hospitals. No arrest was made.

6:23 PM: On the 2400 block of Mission St. a woman was texting on her cell phone when two young men allegedly approached her and asked her for a cigarette. The woman replied no and one of the men grabbed her phone. They struggled over the phone in a “tug of war” battle. The man won and ran off with the phone in an unknown direction. No arrests.

8:00 PM: Three men allegedly got into an argument on the 500 block of Francisco St. Two of the men began punching the third man. The suspects fled north on Taylor St. The victim walked to the corner where people in a nearby restaurant called the police. The victim was found to have been stabbed and was transported to the hospital. No arrests have been made.

8:30 PM: Four men reportedly approached a man riding his bike at Geneva and Cayuga. One man pulled out a knife and demanded the bike. Another man grabbed the bike and the suspects fled the scene. The bike was later recovered but the suspects are still outstanding.

11:05 PM:
On the first block of 6th St. a woman answered her door to find another woman standing in the doorway with a BBQ tool. The woman allegedly stabbed her once in the throat and returned to her room. The victim called 911 and the police arrested the suspect. The victim was taken to the hospital.

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