Parolee whines to cops after losing $2,500 in bad drug deal

A parolee whined to police about losing $2,500 in a soured drug deal in the latest round of criminal craziness in The City.

Stockton Street near Sacramento Street
3:30 a.m. Wednesday

A 49-year-old man said he was in an upstairs bedroom when he heard a loud noise downstairs. He looked out his window and saw someone walking out the front door with his TV and DVD player.

Mission and Bosworth streets
5:13 p.m. Tuesday

A witness saw a 25-year-old man inside a woman’s office going through her belongings. The man fled, but was later caught after the witness followed him and called police.

Shrader and Waller streets
3:45 p.m. Tuesday

A parolee told police he brought $2,500 to a drug deal, was invited into a car and robbed of the cash.

Gough and Lombard streets
12:03 a.m. Wednesday

A 25-year-old man was held up at gunpoint. The crook made off with his cellphone, keys, laptop, wallet and backpack.

maldax@sfexaminer.com

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