Crime & Emergencies in ...
A three-alarm fire on Tuesday afternoon did significant damage to a three-story apartment building at 901 Divisadero/1640 McAllister.
A Mustang plowed into a street-level apartment.
The one-alarm blaze started in a laundromat's dryer.
Fire Department crews had to use the Jaws of Life to free the injured passengers.
While the blaze caused no injuries, 18 people and a few pets have been displaced from their homes.
The suspect, described as a man in his fifties, was not arrested.
Recent incidents prompted two community meetings and plans to deploy more officers to the Panhandle.
The suspect was traced to the Design District, where an officer-involved shooting occurred.
A Hoodline reporter witnessed the incident at Oak and Cole streets during the morning rush hour.
This month saw yet another pedestrian traffic fatality, this time near Baker and Fell.
The victim was identified as David
Grinberg, a San Francisco resident.
Police are seeking 37-year-old San Francisco resident Adrian Hernandez-Vasquez.
A man sprayed a restaurant with a fire extinguisher after he was ejected for trying to steal food.