A 41-year-old transient’s robbery spree was cut short after he gave away his own location, according to San Mateo Police.Paul David Stoliker, of Moss Beach, was arrested Tuesday afternoon and booked for robbery after he allegedly took cash from two separate banks, three miles apart.Police were able to track Stoliker because he had asked for medical attention at both locations.
Cops say thieving thugs have been targeting food delivery employees in The City.The greedy grubbers have been known to call in an order, ask that a delivery person “bring change for a $100 bill,” then rob the arriving employee of cash and belongings, police said.
With a gun to his head, a robbery victim refused to give up his wallet to thugs in the Excelsior district Friday and thwarted the theft, police said.Two men attempted to rob the reluctant victim at Geneva Avenue and Athens Street around 10:43 p.m. One suspect pulled a gun from his jacket pocket, but the victim would not comply with his demands, police said.
Three punks beat and robbed a 29-year-old man in the Mission district early Monday morning, cops said.The victim was near the intersection of Hoff and 16th streets around 12:40 a.m. when the hooligans put him in a chokehold, police said. They kicked him, searched his pockets and stole his cell phone and wallet, cops said. Responding officers managed to arrest one of the suspects at the scene. The other two escaped, fleeing on foot, police said.
Bumbling crooks robbing a 25-year-old woman Sunday morning had to abandon their getaway car after failing to find the keys, police said.
The crooks “picked up” the woman at 17th and Treat streets around 5 a.m., inviting her into their car, police said.
Once in the car, they then robbed her, kicked her out of the vehicle, then tried to drive away. However, they couldn’t find their keys, police said.
Thieving pepper-spraying thugs were thwarted after a blinded victim fought back in the Western Addition neighborhood Friday, police said.The thugs tried to rob two people, a 21-year-old woman and 23-year-old man, at a bus stop at Eddy and Divisadero streets around 9:45 p.m.One of the three suspects, whom cops described only as black men in their 20s, pepper-sprayed both victims and attempted to snatch the woman’s purse, police said.
A wheelchair-bound man was assaulted during a heartless robbery attempt in the Tenderloin on Sunday morning, police said.The 60-year-old victim was ruthlessly beaten after trying to wheel away from the robber at Eddy and Taylor streets around 7:35 a.m.A 31-year-old man was arrested at the scene shortly after the assault. He allegedly demanded cash, then punched the victim repeatedly and knocked him out of his wheelchair after he tried to escape, police said.
The 50-year-old man accused of stealing ballots in San Francisco on Election Day in November is scheduled to be in court Monday morning.Karl Bradfield Nicholas was in charge of a polling site on Nov. 2 when he allegedly absconded with approximately 75 ballots.The ballots were later found floating in the pond at the Palace of Fine Arts in the Marina district.
For the hundreds of drunk drivers out there who got caught doing it: brush up on those court orders, because police this month are targeting the offenders who got away.
It’s the start of the Police Department’s annual DUI winter crackdown Friday and they announced they’re also on the prowl for the ones who failed to comply with the judge’s orders, i.e., traffic school, community service, etc.
A woman’s purse was snatched by a two-wheeled thief early Friday morning, cops said. Two women were walking in the area of Fillmore and O’Farrell streets around 4 a.m. when a man, between 30 and 40 years old, approachedon a bike and grabbed the victim’s purse, police said. The two women struggled to hold onto the purse but the hoodlum threw them to the ground and rode off, cops said. The woman lost her purse and the cash in it. No arrest has been made.