April 22, 2015 Bayview Newsletter

Recovered Firearm:

On April 20th at 12:35 pm, officers responded to the 100 block of Napoleon on a report of a found handgun. They met with the reporting party, a PUC Sewer Operations manager, who handed over the rusty revolver that had been found at a work site by one of his employees. The officers seized the weapon and booked it at Bayview Station. (SFPD Case No. 150345419)


Vandalism to Vehicle Arrest:

On April 20th at 2:00 pm, officers responded to the 1100 block of Tennessee on a report of vandalism. They met with a victim who stated that he walked out to his parked vehicle to find a suspect smashing it’s windows with a hammer. He confronted the suspect who responded by putting the hammer into her purse and walking inside of a nearby residence. The officers located three other parked cars with smashed windows on the block. They went to the residence that the suspect had entered and were admitted by the suspect’s brother. The suspect was located inside. She was positively identified, placed under arrest, and booked at Bayview Station and vandalism charges. (SFPD Case No. 150345033)


Robbery:

On April 20th at 8:00 pm, a 28 year old victim was robbed at San Bruno and Bacon. She told the responding officers that she had been surrounded by three suspects while riding a MUNI bus in the area. One of the suspects grabbed the iPhone that the victim was holding and attempted to yank it away. The victim struggled to maintain control of the phone at which point the suspect punched her in the face, causing the victim to let go. The suspects got off the bus and the victim followed them. The victim again struggled with the suspect who had her phone until the suspect handed it to one of her accomplices, who in turn took off running. All of the suspects then fled the scene on foot. The officers searched the area for the suspects but were unable to locate them that night. The MUNI surveillance footage which may have captured the robbery is pending. This incident is under investigation. (SFPD Case No. 150346138)


Attempted Homicide Arrest:

On April 21st at 6:00 am, officers responded to a call of an assault that occurred on the 1200 block of 7th St. They located a 58 year old victim with multiple head injuries. He was immediately transported to SFGH and admitted. He was able to tell the officers that he was homeless and had been sleeping on a platform in the area when a suspect began beating him on the head with a metal baseball bat while yelling that he was going to kill him. The victim suffered multiple strikes to his head, causing severe head injuries. He told the officers that he recognized the suspect as a fellow transient and provided them with descriptive information. The investigating officers’ investigation led them to a storage facility on the 1000 block of 7th where they located the suspect. He was detained and positively identified. The suspect was booked on assault and attempted homicide charges at Bayview Station. (SFPD Case No. 150346934)


Firearm Arrest:

On April 21st, officers received a tip regarding a local suspect, on court ordered probation, who was in possession of a handgun. The officers confirmed his probation status that included a search and seizure stipulation. The officers responded to the suspect’s location on the unit block of George Ct. and conducted surveillance. He was seen coming out of his apartment and was detained. The officers conducted a probation search of his person and residence. They located a loaded 40 caliber handgun as well as ammunition along with promethazine in the home. The suspect was booked on weapons and narcotics charges along with a probation violation at Bayview Station. (SFPD Case No. 150348441)


Burglaries:

4/18/15, 4:00 pm – 8:00 am, 700 block Earl, apartment, items stolen to be determined (SFPD Case No. 150344364)

4/21/15, 12:30 pm – 2:10 pm, 100 block Tunnel, house, money stolen (SFPD Case No. 150347948)

 

Auto Burglaries:

None reported

 

Auto Theft:

4/19/15, 2:00 am – 7:00 am, 600 block of Mendell, blue Cadillac CTS

4/19/15, 3:00 pm – 7:00 am, 800 block of Brussels, silver Toyota Rav4

4/19/15, 11:00 pm – 6:00 am, Goettingen / Olmstead, black Nissan Sentra

4/20/15, 4:30 pm – 6:30 am, Oakdale / Dunshee, green Honda Accord

Bayview Station holds community meetings with the Captain on the first Tuesday of each month.  The next Community meeting will be on Tuesday,  May 5th, at 6 PM

Bayview Station Community Room     201 Williams Avenue (Cross Street Phelps)

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