Crafty crooks posing as construction workers locked a 56-year-old Glen Park woman out of her own home Tuesday during a coordinated burglary, according to police.
About 10:50 a.m., the woman reportedly called police saying a man toting a handheld radio had knocked on her door in the 100 block of Charles Street, a residential area just west of San Jose Avenue.
“He looked like a construction worker,” police Officer Gordon Shyy said. Read More
Like anyone who has overindulged, San Francisco’s streets sometimes benefit from a diet. But instead of eschewing fatty foods, roads can become healthier by reducing traffic lanes, widening sidewalks, adding bike paths and greening medians. Read More
Unit block of Locust Street 10:39 a.m. Tuesday
A 52-year-old woman was startled by a would-be burglar, police said. She was in her bedroom when the creep walked in. He was apparently surprised to see someone home, so he fled. The woman locked her door and called 911.
5500 block of Diamond Heights Boulevard 4:33 p.m. Monday Read More
Calling all units — I’m wanted!A driver with a suspended license and an arrest warrant for drunken driving was pulled over Sunday for chatting on his cell phone while behind the wheel, police at Ingleside Station said.The driver was pulled over at San Jose Avenue and Randall Street around 2:30 p.m.The driver was arrested and booked on the warrant, police email@example.com Read More
Cops found a car stopped in mid-traffic, and its driver asleep behind the wheel, during a drunken driving bust on San Jose Avenue on Saturday, police said.The officers were patrolling the area of San Jose Avenue and Dolores Street when they spotted the vehicle blocking traffic around 7:25 p.m. The cops found the driver “slumped over in his seat, asleep,” Ingleside Station police said.The driver failed field sobriety tests and was booked for DUI, police said. Read More