Crime & Emergencies in ...
SFPD uncovered a huge cache of weapons and drugs while searching the North Beach home of alleged gun suppliers, leading to two arrests.
A man was hospitalized after being stabbed multiple times in North Beach on Monday night. 1 suspect has been taken into custody.
A dog was also rescued from the blaze, which broke out in the middle of the night. According to SFFD, one person was displaced as a result of the fire.
In one incident, a man broke the passenger window of a car parked in a public garage, setting fire to the front and rear interior.
Thefts and assaults have decreased during the shelter-in-place, but they haven't disappeared.
In one incident, a man forced entry into the lobby of a college dorm to steal packages. He was caught by security.
In one incident, a 40-year-old man set fire to a recycling bin and caused damage in the lobby of a building.
In one incident, two men robbed a woman of her purse at gunpoint.
In once incident, a man was injured trying to stop a woman leaving his hotel room with cash, two laptops and a phone.
On the recommendation of SFDPH, Multiple events and community gatherings scheduled for March in San Francisco are now postponed until further notice.
In one incident, a woman witnessed three men break into a car. When she started to take pictures, the suspects stole her purse.
In one incident eight men attacked a 16-year-old girl with a golf club before stealing her watch and phone.
An arrest has been made in the July 15 strong-arm robbery of two Chinatown seniors, which drew heavy media attention.