S.F. Police Blotter: Neighborhood crime log

These are excerpts from the San Francisco police departments' daily log of activities.

Central

Financial District, Nob Hill, Chinatown, North Beach, Russian Hill, Telegraph Hill

Identity crisis: An officer responding to complaints of drugs being sold near Post and Hyde streets at 8:37 a.m. April 2 initiated contact with an individual who gave her a fake name.

The officer investigated and found the man’s true identity, an active burglary warrant and, after searching him, found suspected methamphetamine.

Taraval

Sunset, Parkside, portions of Golden Gate Park

Fight: Officers responded to a fight on the 2200 block of 29th Avenue at 11:27 p.m. April 3. They separated the parties and found that one had a warrant for driving with a suspended license from Marin County and was in violation of a restraining order.

Ingleside

Glen Park, Bernal Heights, Excelsior, St. Francis Wood

Residential burglary: Someone’s pet was taken from a home on the 1100 block of Sunnydale Avenue at 2:30 p.m. March 31. Entry was forced through the garage door.

Bank fraud: An officer investigated a fraud case at a bank on the 400 block of Cortland Avenue at 4:20 p.m. March 31 and arrested a 46-year-old Bayview district woman on suspicion of presenting a stolen check for deposit.

As one officer conducted his investigation, another detained a man acting suspiciously outside the bank. The man had the same address as the woman arrested for fraud. The 37-year-old man was wanted on a local felony warrant. He was arrested and was found to be holding a rock of crack cocaine in his mouth.

Bayview

Bayview, Hunters Point

Stolen GPS system: An officer was working station duty on the 2000 block of Bancroft Avenue at 4 p.m. March 31 when a resident came in to make a report regarding her car being burglarized.

She told the officer that the passenger-side window had been shattered and a GPS system stolen from the front seat.

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