Aggravated Assault with Knife: Sept. 7, 11:15 p.m., Golden Gate Park
A woman stabbed her boyfriend in the right buttock and claimed self-defense for violent domestic abuse. She told police she had been beaten for the past three days, but officers found no fresh or old injuries on her body.
The victim said he had simply lay down to sleep when he was suddenly stabbed. He also said he threw the knife into the bushes to keep her from "getting in trouble."
A computer check revealed a restraining order that forbade the male victim from being near the suspect, as well as a warrant for a misdemeanor he committed in Santa Cruz. The female suspect was booked and charged. A search of the area failed to turn up the weapon.
Burglary of Store: Aug. 3, 9 a.m., Unit Block of West Portal Avenue
A suspect forced open the front door of a business and ransacked its interior. An interior door to an office was also forced open.
The suspect grabbed about $320 before fleeing out a back door. The crime lab was notified to respond for potential clues at the scene of the crime.
Rock Cocaine Offense: Aug. 1, 2:38 a.m., Noriega Street and 47th Avenue
An officer on patrol noticed a man on a bicycle talking to a man in a parked automobile. When the officer approached, the man on the bicycle fled.
Because the vehicle did not have a license plate or lights and the driver did not have a license, the man was arrested.
When the 29-year-old suspect was searched, a large amount of cash and crack cocaine was discovered. He was transported to Taraval Station and booked.
Robbery with Knife: Aug. 1, 10:30 p.m., 1700 Block of 23rd Avenue
A man had just parked his car and was heading home with a red purse when a two males rushed up to him and put a knife to his back.
"Give it to me," the suspect with the knife said as the other suspect stood about 10 feet away.
The man, fearing for his safety, gave the suspects the purse, which contained a new cellular phone and $160. They then fled southbound on 23rd Avenue.
Municipal Police Code Violation: Aug. 31, 2:20 p.m., Golden Gate Park
A woman driving by Chain of Lakes Drive reported two male suspects with a rifle walking along a fence. Officers responding to the call located the suspects. The alleged rifle turned out to be an empty pellet gun, which was seized along with pellets from one of the suspect's pockets. The suspects said they were just looking for cans and bottles to shoot the pellet gun. Both were cited and released.
Attempted Robbery of Commercial Establishment: July 30, 11:24 a.m., 4000 Block of 19th Avenue
A man walked into a cleaners and pointed a small handgun at the female employee.
"Where's the money? Give me money," the suspect said.
The woman tried to reach under the counter to push a panic alarm, but the suspect saw what she was doing. In a fit of anger, he grabbed the alarm and threw it into the street.
The suspect then left the premises without taking any money. A tape of the incident was confiscated as evidence in an effort to identify the suspect.
A search of the area was to no avail.