Richmond Police Station newsletter June 10
This is an excerpt of the newsletter of San Francisco Police Capt. Keith Sanford of Richmond Station. This newsletter covers the week ending Friday, June 10 and was distributed Tuesday, June 14.
The Captains message will return next week. Thank you.
FYI, our PCRF meeting will be held on June 21st, 2011 at 7pm, in the Richmond Station Community Room. Please forward any topic suggestions to me at Keith.Sanford@sfgov.org.
During the past week in the District there were 17 traffic accidents 3 involving injuries. There were 3 citations issued for driving without a license or driving on a suspended license. There were 3 arrests for driving under the influence.
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Captain Keith Sanford
Between 06/04, 9pm and 06/05, 8:30am on the 300 block of 23rd Ave, a suspect lit an exterior motion light on fire. The light was affixed to the wall above a side door. There was also a pair of pants smoldering on the ground.
On 06/05, between 7:30am and 8:00am on the 300 block of 31st Ave, the suspect entered an unlocked apartment and took cash from the coffee table.
On 06/07, between 7am and 4pm on the 100 block of Palm Av, a suspect entered an apartment building and pried open a door to an apartment. The suspect took coins, a laptop, wedding ring and a GPS.
On 06/07, between 10:30am and 5pm on the unit block of Lupine, a suspect entered an apartment through a rear slider door that had been left unlocked. The suspect took a bicycle and wallet.
On 06/07, between 11:30am and 6pm on the 700 block of 29th Ave, a suspect pried open a front iron gate of a home. The suspect then broke the glass near the front door and gained access to the home. The suspect took cash and jewelry.
On 06/07 at 1:34pm, at 24th & Clement, a suspect threw a lit barrel bomb into a US Postal Service mail box, causing a loud explosion.
On 06/08 at 2:40pm an officer was flagged down by the victim on the 500 block of 12th Ave. She had just gotten home and found that the front door of her home had been kicked in. Officers searched the home and found it ransacked and determined that the suspect had already fled the scene. The loss is being determined.