´╗┐Police Blotter

´╗┐Armed Robbery: July 16, 12:05 p.m., 1900 Block of Clement Street
Two males, wearing bandanas over their faces, rushed into a Clement Street business and ordered all of the customers and employees to lay on the floor. One suspect was armed with a hand gun.

The suspects demanded the owner open the cash register, which he did. The suspects then took cash, a customer's wallet and cough syrup before fleeing in an unknown direction.

Robbery: July 16, 7 p.m., 17th Avenue and Geary Boulevard
A seven-year-old girl was holding her mother's cell phone while riding the Muni #38 Geary bus line.

When the bus stopped, a male suspect grabbed the phone and fled northbound on 17th Avenue. The 19-20-year-old suspect was wearing a Chicago Bulls hat.

Firearm, Ammunition, Narcotics Violations: July 15, 6:05 p.m., 700 Block of Third Avenue
Officers conducted a traffic stop and asked the driver to open the window, which he did, releasing the pungent aroma of marijuana. Because the driver and one of the passengers were on parole, a search was conducted, turning up a loaded handgun in the trunk.

The three suspects, aged 21, 24 and 24, were charged on numerous charges. The two suspects on parole were charged with parole violations as well.

Aggravated Assault: July 14, 2 a.m., 5300 Block of Geary Boulevard
A 21-year-old man was found semi-conscious lying on the ground. Witnesses said the suspect was at a social event in the area and had been attacked by several unknown males.

Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol: July 13, 1:30 a.m., Stanyan Street and Geary Boulevard
A vehicle traveling northbound on Stanyan Street failed to turn on Geary Boulevard when the street dead-ended.

The vehicle hit a parking meter, street sign and newspaper rack, which was hit so hard it flew through the window of a nearby business.

The 30-year-old male driver was taken into custody and charged with drunk driving.

Hot Prowl Burglary: July 13, 5:10 p.m., Unit Block of Lupine Avenue
A man was inside his upstairs unit when he heard the sound of glass breaking. When he looked outside, he saw the suspect kicking in the downstairs door.

The witness got a neighbor and called 9-1-1. The duo then saw the suspect peering from behind a blind on a broken window.

The suspect ran when the first squad car arrived at the scene. The responding officer took off in pursuit and caught the 23-year-old suspect, who was charged with burglary, trespassing and resisting arrest charges.

Burglary: July 11, 4:30 p.m., 600 Block of El Camino Del Mar
An unknown suspect entered a vacant home under construction by removing plywood that was securing the garage.

Once inside, the suspect took a computer monitor and printer.

False Personification: July 10, Address Withheld
The 91-year-old victim received a call from someone claiming to be his grandson. The suspect said he was involved in an accident and needed $2,500 wired immediately. The victim sent the money.

The next day the victim called his grandson's cell phone, and learned he was not in Mexico and was not involved in an accident.

Vandalism, Resisting Arrest: July 6, 12:55 a.m., Arguello Boulevard and Balboa Street
A report came in to dispatch concerning a male who had just broken a window on a bus shelter and on a vehicle on the street, and kicked over a garbage can. The suspect had jumped on a Muni Balboa #31 bus heading westbound.

The bus the suspect was riding was stopped at Eighth Avenue and the 20-year-old, intoxicated male was detained.

While trying to detain the suspect, he became combative and fought with officers. After subduing the suspect, officers charged him with public intoxication and other charges.

Hot Prowl Burglary: July 6, 5:45 a.m., 500 Block of Seventh Avenue
A person at home heard their garage door open and then heard someone inside. Officers responding to the call discovered the garage door open about a foot and a half. They could hear a window break and the suspect escape into the residence's back yard. They pursued the suspect, who made his way to a residence two houses away and broke a window to enter that residence. He then ran through the house and escaped back out onto Seventh Avenue.

After a short foot pursuit, officers took the 21-year-old suspect into custody.

Inside the suspect's backpack were tools, cell phone and a bag of chocolate. He was charged with burglary, vandalism and possession of burglary tools.

Burglary: July 5, 11 a.m., 300 Block of 27th Avenue
Residents returned to their home and discovered the chain lock on the front door was locked - from the inside. They immediately called police.

When officers arrived, they discovered the back door open, without signs of forced entry.

Numerous items were missing from the residence, including cash and jewelry.