Rob her once, shame on you. But if you rob Presidio Heights shopkeeper Traci Teraoka twice, you might as well smile for the cameras.
The owner of Poetica Art and Antiques at 3461 Sacramento St., recently launched an effort with police to convince fellow neighborhood merchants that installing cameras is worth the expense. It only took one shoplifting incident, Teraoka said, before she was convinced she needed extra eyes on her store. Read More
Cops aren’t about to horse around with this car burglar.Police are hunting an apparently crooked cowboy who broke into a car in the Richmond district and stole horse riding equipment worth $400.The car was parked in the 100 block of Spruce Street. The theft occurred between the hours of 10 p.m. Wednesday and 10:30 a.m. Thursday, cops said. Along with the horse riding equipment, the thief stole one boot, police email@example.com Read More
Laurel Heights residents awakened by an explosion early Sunday morning can rest assured San Francisco did not endure a missile attack.An M-80 firework device was set off, breaking a window in the unit block of Palm Avenue, according to Richmond Station police.The fireworks were set off around 3:45 a.m., police said.M-80s are illegal to buy, sell, or use in the U.S.firstname.lastname@example.org Read More
Police Chief Jeff Godown held a press conference Thursday to “push back” against Public Defender Jeff Adachi over dozens of dropped drug cases where surveillance video is the onus for dismissal. Read More
A Richmond district resident reported the theft of two bicycles worth $10,000 Wednesday, cops said. Richmond Station police say the burglary occurred in the 700 block of 18th Avenue between 7 p.m. Monday and 7 a.m. Wednesday. The bikes were parked in the resident’s garage. There was no sign of forced entry, police said. email@example.com Read More
Talk about a thief with bad taste.Richmond Station cops said that sometime between 11 p.m. Tuesday and 9 a.m. Wednesday, a car window was smashed at Lake Street and Arguello Boulevard. And what did our modest thief take? A pair of “old stinky shoes,” cops said. A reminder never to leave anything, no matter how seemingly worthless, in your car.
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