He's a son of a....loving mother?
A drunken man who was reportedly enraged at his mom for refusing to hand him the keys to her car last week broke items in his parents’ Bernal Heights home, punched walls and overturned recycling bins before stomping off.
Officers responded to the home near Cortland and Folsom streets at about 11:30 p.m. and found the allegedly shameful man-child a short distance away, police said. Read More
A woman was injured in a drive-by shooting in the Bayview on Sunday, police said.The 40-year-old victim was sitting in a car with two men in the 2400 block of Griffith Street about 4 a.m. when a silver vehicle drove along side and opened fire, police said.Bullets struck the victim’s car and an apartment, police said. The victim sustained a gunshot wound to her leg and is hospitalized in nonlife-threatening condition. Read More
Three young men suspected in a Tuesday night armed robbery spree in San Francisco reportedly made the ill-advised decision to target a victim in Bernal Heights — where residents and police are aggressively addressing recent muggings. Read More
The Bernal Heights community has rallied around a recent spate of brazen armed muggings near the Cortland Avenue corridor.
Sophie Fried, an employee at Sandbox Bakery, said police officers who regularly come into her shop recently warned her about the gun-toting bandits who are striking during the early evening hours on well-lit blocks.
The 25-year-old Fried both lives and works on Cortland Avenue, and she said a neighbor told her about a recent attack. Read More
A Mission Street art gallery may be in trouble after San Francisco firefighters responded Tuesday night to a fire intentionally set there, apparently as part of an art piece, a fire official said Wednesday.
Firefighters responded around 10 p.m. Tuesday to Queen's Nails, a gallery located at 3191 Mission St. in the city's Bernal Heights neighborhood, Deputy Fire Chief Mark Gonzales said. Read More
Principal Sheila Sammon and her staff and students at Paul Revere Elementary School have something to celebrate.
The K-8 school in San Francisco’s Bernal Heights neighborhood made the largest gain among The City’s elementary schools in the Academic Performance Index to put them within reach of the state’s performance target for the first time in its history.
Two stun-gun-toting men who robbed a consignment store near Bernal Heights last week made off with a surprisingly large amount of valuable loot, according to the latest report from police.
The cultured crooks reportedly hauled away 26 gems, three statues worth $4,000 apiece and $3,400 in cash during the Aug. 15 heist of a shop in the 3700 block of Mission Street. Read More
Two men posing as eager customers instead became armed robbers Wednesday morning.
Valuable items such as gems, a statue and a picture, along with cash, were stolen during a stun-gun stickup of a consignment store in the 3700 block of Mission Street near Bernal Heights, police said. Read More
A woman was walking on the 3300 block of Mission Street in Bernal Heights about 10 p.m. Monday when a man rode up on a bicycle and attempted to talk to her, police said.
She ignored the man and he rode away. But soon the man reappeared, this time in a 1990s-model four-door Volvo, police said. He slowly followed her to a gas station parking lot, where he tried to force her into his car. Read More
A word of warning to the serial junk dumper of Bernal Hill — the neighbors are on to you.
The wee hours of Wednesday morning marked the fourth time in recent months that a dump truck has quickly rolled up the peak, dumped a load — in a handicapped parking space, no less — and rolled back down into obscurity. All in a matter of 10 minutes. Read More