A 19-year-old man is in serious condition after being shot multiple times Tuesday afternoon, police said.The man was approached on Treat Avenue around 4:30 p.m. by a 20-year-old black man who shot him multiple times with a handgun, cops said.The suspect fled and may have gotten into a blue Kia or black SUV, police email@example.com
A San Francisco man whose car was set ablaze Friday says the incident was the result of a parking dispute, police said.Firefighters had to douse the car fire in the 300 block of Crescent Street around 6:22 p.m. Cops contacted the owner, who said he’s been in a parking dispute with his neighbors and believes they’re responsible.The fire appears to have been set with a flammable liquid, police said, citing a Fire Department investigation.
An alleged art crook whose residential hotel room in the Tenderloin reportedly resembled a storage room at the Louvre will face a jury two days after Christmas.Art connoisseur Terry Helbing, 53, allegedly nabbed dozens of artwork from various San Francisco galleries, studios and libraries and stuffed them like a pack rat in his room at the Cambridge residential hotel at 473 Ellis St., authorities said.
Prosecutors say a man recently charged with assaulting a San Francisco parking control officer will be arraigned Monday.
The PCO asked 53-year-old Charles Hill’s wife to move her car, prosecutors said, saying it got in the way of delivery trucks.
The exchange allegedly enraged Hill, who authorities say became violent.
Further information on this case was not immediately available.
The jerk couldn’t take no for an answer.
A Hispanic man in his 30s asked a 28-year-old man to buy beer for him Sunday at 3 a.m. in the 2000 block of Mission Street, police said.
The victim refused and the thirsty thug left, only to return and grab the victim’s wallet. To add insult to injury, the creep punched him in the face with brass knuckles, cops said.
The victim sustained a cut to his mouth and the sucker-punching goon fled on foot, police said.
A group of audacious goons held up, kidnapped and robbed a teenager Monday before dropping him off in another neighborhood, cops said.
The 19-year-old victim was at Fillmore and Herman streets around noon when two of the three suspects, described by police as Hispanic men aged 19-25, came up behind him and shoved a black semiautomatic handgun into his back, police said.
In what could be a trend among less-strapped thieves, two more muggers who faked having a gun fled with cash Sunday, police said.
In the first case, which happened just after midnight in the 600 block of Hyde Street, a black man in his 30s approached a 22-year-old woman, simulated a gun and demanded her money, police said.
The predator snuck up on his prey from behind.
A black man in his 30s crept up behind a 21-year-old woman working at a restaurant at Seventh and Market streets who had her back to the counter Saturday night, police said.
The ruffian grabbed her from behind and shouted “Don’t say anything to anyone,” police said. He then instructed her to open the register.
The victim complied and the sneaky stalker grabbed the money and fled, police said.
The “bizarre” 22-year-old man accused in the brutal beating death of an 88-year-old Belmont man is now facing additional charges for assaulting correctional officers in his jail cell, authorities said.
Tyler Hutchinson, a transient, is facing the death penalty for the only murder in Belmont last year, San Mateo County prosecutors said.
A spat over rent led to stabbing Saturday, police said.
The roommates say they are friends, but their argument over the apartment bills became violent in the 400 block of Eddy Street around 11:50 p.m., police said.
A 40-year-old white man stabbed his 67-year-old roommate in the hand before fleeing, police said. As of Monday, the attacker has not been arrested, police said.
The victim suffered a minor laceration, police said.