Grenade, handgun found in San Francisco house during cleaning 

click to enlarge A grenade and a handgun were found by a San Francisco resident who was cleaning their house. (Photos.com) - A GRENADE AND A HANDGUN WERE FOUND BY A SAN FRANCISCO RESIDENT WHO WAS CLEANING THEIR HOUSE. (PHOTOS.COM)
  • A grenade and a handgun were found by a San Francisco resident who was cleaning their house. (Photos.com)
  • A grenade and a handgun were found by a San Francisco resident who was cleaning their house. (Photos.com)

A San Francisco resident found a handgun and a grenade Tuesday morning in their home inThe City's Crocker Amazon neighborhood, a San Francisco police spokesman said.

The weapons were found at about 9 a.m. at a home in the 1100 block of Geneva Avenue, police spokesman Officer Albie Esparza said.

They were found by someone cleaning out an upstairs closet and are believed to be that of a family member at the home. The grenade was collected and disposed of, Esparza said.

Geneva Avenue was closed between Naples and Madrid streets as of 11 a.m.

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