policeblotter_sfa.jpgWoman hospitalized in Bayview district stabbing
4/23/11 3:20 PM: A 21-year-old woman woman was stabbed multiple times at Third Street and Oakdale Avenue, but was “uncooperative” with investigators, a police spokesperson said. Her 44-year-old attacker wasn’t found.

Three attacked in San Francisco Mission District robberies
4/22/11 10:40 PM: A 28-year-old man was walking in the 3100 block of Folsom St. when he was approached from behind by three men who allegedly knocked him down. One of the suspects reportedly pistol-whipped the victim, then the three men stole the victim’s laptop and phone. The victim suffered minor injuries and was treated at the hospital. The suspects are described as men in their late-teens to mid-twenties.

4/23/11 12:30 AM: Later in that evening, two men, ages 23 and 25, were approached by four other men on the corner of 24th and Mission St. The suspects match the age range of the previous robbers, in their late-teens to mid-twenties. The four men allegedly knocked the two victims to the ground and stole their money. Police swiftly came to the scene and arrested the four men, none of which were believed to be connected to the earlier robbery.

Victim assaulted by elderly man seeking money
4/19/11 6:20 PM: A 62-year-old man was reportedly beaten in the face with a metal bar at 23rd St. and Treat Ave. The suspect, a 79-year-old man, reportedly beat the victim because “he didn’t have any money for him”. The suspect is now in custody for the assault. No motives have been provided for the attack.

Possibly intoxicated woman arrested for kicking, urinating on cars
4/19/11 10 PM: The owner of a new car, parked directly in front of the police station on Turk and Fillmore St. was talking on a cellphone at around 10PM when a woman allegedly came up to the vehicle and tried to get in. When she couldn’t open the door, the victim reportedly kicked the rear passenger door five times and subsequently urinated on it.

The suspect fled but was arrested only a few blocks away. Police allegedly found 18 baggies of marijuana on the suspect, who also appeared to be intoxicated. She has been booked on several charges, including violating her probation.

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