September 4, 2015 Bayview Newsletter

Firearm Arrest – 1400 block Quesada – 9/1/15, 9:55 am:

Officers responded to a call of a suspect threatening another person with a gun. Officers driving to the scene spotted a subject who matched the broadcast suspect description walking in the area of Thomas and Jennings. They detained the subject as other officers met with the victim and witness. A pat search of the suspect for weapons revealed a loaded .22 caliber handgun in his waistband. It was determined that the victim and suspect were acquaintances who got into a verbal altercation. When the argument became heated, the suspect brandished the gun at the victim and threatened to shoot him. The suspect was positively identified. He was booked on weapons and threats charges. (SFPD Case No. 150766348)


Hot Prowl Burglary – 400 block University – 9/1/15, 4:30 pm:

A resident was inside her home when she heard a door slam. Believing that it was her husband who had returned home, the resident called out his name and went looking for him. She did not find him in the house but heard her husband yelling at someone outside. She went out to see what was going on when her husband told her that as he was walking up to their home, he saw a suspect running out of the residence. He asked the suspect what he was doing in their house and the suspect replied that he was a PG&E employee checking on a gas leak. The suspect then fled on foot. The victim notified PG&E immediately and they confirmed that none of their employees were in the area. This incident is under investigation. (SFPD Case No. 150767976)

PG&E wants to remind customers that PG&E representatives would not ask for personal or banking information over the phone. PG&E offers the following tips to help protect customers from scams:

  • Customers should always ask to see identification before allowing anyone claiming to be a PG&E representative inside their home. PG&E employees always carry their identification and are always willing to show it to you.
  • If a person claiming to be a PG&E employee has identification and you still feel uncomfortable, call PG&E’s customer service line at 1-800-PGE-5000 to verify an appointment and/or PG&E’s presence in the community. If you feel threatened in any way, you should notify local law enforcement immediately.
  • Customers who have an appointment with PG&E will receive an automated call back within 48 hours prior to a scheduled visit, or they will receive a personal call from a PG&E gas service representative prior to a scheduled visit.
  • PG&E’s Credit Department will not ask for personal information or a credit card number over the phone. Anyone who has received such a phone call and provided credit card or checking account information should report it immediately to the credit card company or bank and law enforcement.
  • Customers with concerns about the legitimacy of a call about a past due bill, a service request or a request for personal information are encouraged to call PG&E at 1-800-PGE-5000.

 PG&E takes security seriously and will actively work with law enforcement to help stop any scam impacting customers. Anyone who has received a call or visit similar to the one described above can report it immediately by calling PG&E at 1-800-PGE-5000.


Robbery Arrest – 1400 block Hudson – 9/1/15, 4:40 pm:

A victim was walking in the area when a suspect approached her and asked for some change. The victim replied that she did not have any and continued walking. The suspect ran up behind her and punched her in the face. She then shoved the victim to the ground, bit her hand, and stole the cell phone that the victim had been holding. The suspect took off running on foot. The officers located a witness to the incident and located the suspect during a search of the area. The suspect was positively identified and arrested. The stolen cell phone was still in her possession. The suspect, already on felony court probation, was booked on robbery, probation violation, and possession of stolen property charges. (SFPD Case No. 150767716)


Homicide – 300 block Paul – 9/2/15, 9:00 am:

Officers responded to a Shot-Spotter activation and located a 23 year old male victim, who had suffered multiple gunshot wounds, lying on the sidewalk. He was immediately transported to SFGH for treatment but unfortunately succumbed to his grave injuries. The officers secured the crime scene and preserved all evidence. This incident is under investigation. (SFPD Case No. 150769358)


Robbery – 1600 block Quesada – 9/2/15, 10:15 pm:

A 27 year old victim was robbed as he talked on his iPhone while walking down the street. Two suspects approached him and shoved him to the ground where they punched him several times in the face. One of the suspect grabbed the victims phone out of his hand and both suspects then fled on foot. This incident is under investigation. (SFPD Case No. 150771773)


Shooting –Palou / Crisp – 9/2/15, 11:10 pm:

Officers responded on a call of a shooting and located two victims lying on the ground with a large crowd gathered around. The victims, males ages 20 and 21, had both suffered gunshot wounds. They were immediately transported to SFGH for treatment. The officers secured the crime scene, preserved all evidence, and collected witness statements. This incident is under investigation. (SFPD Case No. 150771842)


Carjacking – Olmstead / University – 9/3/15, 3:10 pm:

A 33 year old victim had pulled over in the area to check his GPS unit after becoming lost. A black Chrysler 300 pulled up behind him and a suspect got out and approached the victim’s car. The suspect opened the passenger door, got in, and pointed a handgun at the victim. The suspect rifled through the victim’s pockets, removing his wallet and ordered him out of the car. The suspect drove away in the victim’s vehicle followed by his associate in the suspects’ vehicle. This incident is under investigation. (SFPD Case No. 150773688)


Burglaries:

8/26/15 – 8/31/15, 2100 block 3rd, residence garage, two bikes stolen (SFPD Case No. 150763582)

8/26/15, 9:00 pm – 12:00 pm, 2100 block 3rd, residence garage, bike stolen (SFPD Case No. 150761116)

8/31/15 – 9/1/15, 1100 block Fitzgerald, residence, furniture stolen (SFPD Case No. 150767330)

 

Auto Burglaries:

8/25/15, 12:45 pm, Marin / Illinois, luggage & laptop stolen

8/25/15, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm, 700 block Cambridge, personal accessories stolen

8/25/15, 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm, Patterson / Oakdale, backpack stolen

8/25/15, 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm, Bayshore / Visitation, laptop stolen

8/27/15, 1:00 pm – 1:20 pm, 100 block Harney, laptop stolen

8/30/15, 9:00 pm – 9:00 am, 200 block Missouri, catalytic converter stolen

8/30/15, 11:00 pm – 7:00 am, unit block Bowman, cell phone stolen

 

Auto Theft:

8/30/15, 6:30 pm, 100 block Jerrold, white Toyota 3D

9/02/15, 12:00 am, 1500 block Shafter, blue Honda Arrow

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

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

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