A man who was shot at an Ingleside bus stop in broad daylight Monday suffered wounds to his hand and abdomen, police said, but is expected to survive.
About 4:20 p.m., police said, officers found the 19-year-old victim at Plymouth and Broad streets after a drive-by shooting. No arrests have been made. Read More
Two teenagers reportedly set fire to a Muni bus shelter map in Visitacion Valley on Monday night, police said.
A witness told police she saw the teens in the bus shelter at San Bruno Avenue and Mansell Street about 9:30 p.m.
After the youths left, police said, she saw that the map in the shelter was on fire.
The Fire Department responded and extinguished the blaze, police said, but the teens have not been found. Read More
A man was sliced in the face by a knife-wielding hoodlum in the Mission on Thursday, police said. The 40-year-old victim was sitting at the bus stop at 16th and Mission streets around 3:17 a.m. when a brute in his 40s snuck up from behind and cut him in the face and fled, cops said. The victim was transported to the hospital for his injuries, which were not life firstname.lastname@example.org Read More
Everyone appears to agree that a bus stop shelter at Turk and Hyde streets — located just feet from a children’s playground — is an outrageous haven for drunks and crack dealers.But there is division in the community on what to do about the bus stop from hell.Some folks want to rip out the bus shelter so that criminals have nowhere to hide. Opponents of that idea say seniors and the disabled would be inconvenienced. Read More
San Francisco police and transit officials will be discussing solutions for dealing with a problematic bus shelter in The City’s Tenderloin neighborhood at a community meeting this evening.The problem stop, the San Francisco Municipal Railway bus shelter at Turk and Hyde streets, will be addressed at the monthly community meeting at the Tenderloin Police Station. Read More
Either Muni service is really slow in the North Beach area, or local residents are experts at playing video games. Read More
Five people who were hit by an SUV while waiting for a bus Tuesday morning were recovering in the hospital Wednesday as police continued their investigation.
Erika Acosta Delgadillo of San Francisco was driving on San Bruno Avenue near Arleta Avenue just after 9:30 a.m. when she approached a curve in the road. She told police the steering wheel and brakes failed on her Ford Explorer, causing her to lose control. Read More