S.F. Police Blotter

These are excerpts from the San Francisco Police Department's daily log of activities. Incidents are listed by police precincts and the neighborhoods they patrol.

Park

Cole Valley, Haight, Castro, Twin Peaks, Panhandle

You again: While an officer was driving north on Cole Street at 3:09 a.m. Oct. 31, he observed a subject standing at the entrance of an apartment building on the 1100 block. Due to the late hour, the officer returned a few minutes later to find the subject still at the entrance.

After contact was made and the subject’s name obtained, a warrant check was made, revealing a no-bail narcotics warrant for the subject. The officer had arrested the subject in 1984 for selling crack cocaine.

Southern

South of Market, China Basin, Embarcadero

Car boost: Officers hearing a broadcast of a stolen car in the area on Oct. 26 located the occupied stolen car and took the driver into custody. The vehicle had just been stolen in a hot-prowl burglary in Marin County. Property in the vehicle was recovered.

Car boost II: An auto theft suspect was searched at 8:11 p.m. Oct. 29 at 10th and Mission streets. The damaged car was located, and the person detained was determined to be a felon wanted by the state.

Richmond

Richmond, most of Golden Gate Park

Church business: An employee of a church on the 400 block of 29th Avenue discovered a person at the front door to the church office, which had been locked and secured at 2 p.m. Oct. 31. The person was questioned as to what his business was in the office, but then the suspicious person left. The employee then discovered that the office door had been pried open.

Tenderloin

Tenderloin, bordered by Geary, Market and Larkin streets

BFF: Friends of an assault victim flagged down officers at Jones and O’Farrell streets on Oct. 22. They directed the officers to the suspect, who was arrested.

Taraval

Floodgates: A driver was stopped for an equipment violation at 5:09 p.m. Nov. 1 on the 200 block of Lobos. The suspect, who lives in Daly City, was unlicensed. He was also wanted on warrants for auto theft, receiving stolen property, being unlicensed, and fraud.

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