Police Blotter

Aggravated Assault: April 1, 6:45 p.m., 300 Block of Clement Street
A 22-year-old woman was walking along Clement Street when the male suspect, who was walking toward the victim, suddenly pushed the woman on her forehead, knocking her to the ground.

Several witnesses helped the woman and waited until police arrived.

The 62-year-old suspect was taken to Richmond Station and booked.

Robbery, with Force: March 29, 10 p.m., 5500 Block of Fulton Street
A woman was walking along the street when the suspect appeared suddenly and tried to rip the woman's purse from her possession.

After a brief struggle, the suspect was able to grab the purse and flee in an unknown direction.

A search for the suspect was to no avail.

Bank Robbery: March 31, 4:07 p.m., 3600 Block of Geary Boulevard
A lone suspect walked into a bank and handed the teller a note demanding money. The suspect put his hand into his waist band as if to suggest he had a weapon.

The teller handed the suspect some money and he fled northbound on Arguello Boulevard.

A search for the suspect was unsuccessful. The investigation is ongoing.

Burglary, Between March 26 and March 27, 3000 Block of Geary Boulevard
An unknown suspect entered a business through a window and took money from a cash register before fleeing. There was no sign of forced entry.

The investigation is ongoing.

Robbery: April 16, 10:10 p.m., 300 Block of 29th Avenue
A call came in to dispatch describing an auto break-in in-progress.

Officers arrived at the scene, they discovered the owner of the vehicle pinning the suspect up against a pole.

The owner said he walked out to his car and discovered the suspect in the back seat, rummaging through the victim's property.

The owner pulled the suspect out of the vehicle before the suspect took a swing at the vehicle owner. He missed.

The owner was able to kick the suspect and gain control over the situation.

The 26-year-old suspect, who was on felony probation, was transported to the Richmond Station and booked.

Burglary: Sometime between March 28, at 9:30 p.m., and March 29, at 8 a.m., 300 Block of Balboa Street
The victim was able to enter a house, without any sign of forced entry, to steal a lap top computer.

Burglary: Reported March 31, 3600 Block of California Street
An unknown suspect entered a business when it was closed and took an undisclosed amount of cash from a cash register, which had been pried open. There was no sign of forced entry.

Hot Prowl Burglary: April 16, 6:25 p.m., 600 Block of 11th Avenue
A woman living in an apartment building heard noises in her bathroom and discovered that the door was locked, from the inside.

She went to her front door window and saw the suspect trying to hide in the home's stairwell.

She called police, but the suspect fled and escaped.

Officers determined that the bathroom's screen was removed, allowing the suspect entry. The victim could not determine if anything was missing.

Burglary: March 31, Between 1:15 p.m. and 4:30 p.m., 600 Block of 10th Avenue
After being gone for about three hours, a resident returned home and discovered that the front door to the premises had been forced open. Missing were a watch, MP3 Player and cash.

Graffiti Vandalism: April 4, 11:50 a.m., Geary Boulevard and Parker Avenue
The driver of a Muni #38 Geary bus flagged down officers on patrol and reported that a male in the back of the bus was writing graffiti on the bus.

The driver identified the male, a 17-year-old juvenile, who admitted and apologized for marking up the bus. The suspect apologized for his action.

The suspect was transported to Richmond Station, cited, and released to the custody of mother.

Vandalism: April 4, 8 p.m., 200 Block of 18th Avenue
A witness called police to report two juvenile females prying a hood emblem off of the victim's vehicle.

After being confronted by the victim, the two girls fled to a recreation center.

Officers discovered the two suspects hiding in the recreation center's bathroom. One of the girls had a screw driver, which had been used to steal the emblem.

The officers recovered the emblem, which was returned to the victim, and transported the two suspects to the Richmond Station for processing. The suspects, who were sisters 15 and 16 years of age, were charged before being released to the custody of their parents.

Possession of Stolen Property, Tampering with a Vehicle, Narcotics Violation: April 10, 2:45 a.m., 4300 Block of California Street
After a car alarm went off, a witness saw the victim tampering with the vehicle's door. The witness followed the suspect as he walked away carrying a toolbox and backpack.

Officers detained the suspect at Cornwall Street and Fourth Avenue.

The owner of the burglarized vehicle was contacted and identified the toolbox as his. He said it was locked inside of the vehicle.

The suspect was transported to Richmond Station and booked on numerous counts.

Parolee Taken Into Custody: April 2, 12:40 a.m., 7100 Block of Geary Boulevard
A wanted parolee called the police department and said he was tired of being on the run and wanted to turn himself in.

Officers responded and took the 36-year-old man into custody.

Sale of Narcotics, Fraud: April 14, 600 Block of Spruce Street
Plainclothes police officers conducted an investigation concerning the illegal sale of narcotics.

Officers approached one of the suspects, who they knew was on felony probation, and detained him. After doing a probation search of the home, officers discovered large quantities of suspected methamphetamines and blank prescription pads and check-making materials. The officers also discovered items that they suspect were taken in auto burglaries, including nine lap top computers.

The suspect, and one other person who lived at the home, were arrested and charged for the drug offense and for forging prescriptions and committing other fraud related crimes.

The investigation is ongoing.