Ho Hum – Another Arrest for Burglary on San Francisco’s Duboce Avenue

This is how it goes when you’re a little less than cooperative and you’re arrested for burglary on Duboce near Steiner in San Francisco. You’ll have SFPD ten cops sitting around waiting for the paddy wagon.

When the van arrives you’ll get picked up by four of them and get carried away horizontally and face down.

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That’s the difference between an arrest and a Terry Stop, which one officer can do all by his lonesome.

And oh yes, feel free to use the term mother fucker as a noun of direct address as you get spirited away.

It’s your right as an arrestee, after all.

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2 Responses to “Ho Hum – Another Arrest for Burglary on San Francisco’s Duboce Avenue”

  1. Jason says:

    Um, what is this cavalier attitude about burglaries on Duboce? I live in Duboce at Guerrero, and this is the first I’ve heard. Duboce isn’t exactly the Tenderloin. As far as I’m aware, it’s relatively peaceful (except, you know, at Valencia, but even there I haven’t heard about any burglaries). If you’re referring to something specific, please link to it.

  2. sfcitizen says:

    I don’t know, there have been house burglaries all around that area the past month or two. Hot prowl I think they call it.

    The cops might have been referring to auto burglary, which is more common.

    “Crime maps SF” will get you started

    Not saying Duboce Triangle is the Tenderloin, of course.