Posts Tagged ‘Stabbed’

Coldwell Banker Calls New Western Addition Building at 2020 Ellis “NORTH OF NOPA CONDOMINIUMS” – I’m Seriously

Thursday, August 9th, 2012

The “Divisadero Corridor” peaks at McAllister and then it’s all downhill to Geary Boulevard. This part of town is literally north / northeast of the Golden Gate Park Panhandle but it’s sort of far away.

So today, per Troy McClure, we discover that Coldwell Banker has dubbed this stabbier-than-normal area “North of NoPA” in order to sell $550k-and-up condos at 2020 Ellis.

See? 

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Here’s 2020 Ellis at night, you know, when a manhunt is going on:

Oh, make sure to hide your cellie when you’re in the area – a group of people is grabbing iPhones about these days.

Anyway, welcome to the Western A, gentrifiers! 

Sup. Eric Mar and Police Chief Greg Suhr Will Host Community Meeting Re: Today’s Homicide in the Richmond

Monday, October 3rd, 2011

Here’s the news about today’s homicide from Mike Aldax:

“Police Chief Greg Suhr came to the crime scene. He will hold a community meeting about the incident Tuesday at the Richmond Recreation Center at 251 18th Ave. The meeting is set for [October 4th, 2011 at] 6:30 p.m.

This is the now-standard community meeting that’s been promised for each and every SFPD officer-involved shooting.

And, per Eric Mar‘s office, our District One Supervisor will be on hand to ask and answer questions.

[UPDATE, October 4th, 2011

"Dear Neighbors, 

Please join me in attending a Police Community meeting tonight.  Yesterday morning at 7:30am, Richmond Station officers responded to a call of a stabbing on the 600 block of Funston Street. Officers encountered a wounded victim outside the home and was told the suspect was still inside.  As they entered the home they found an elderly woman with life threatening injuries and began to render aid.   The suspect, armed with two knives charged at the officers and an Officer Involved Shooting occurred.  The incident is being investigated.  Both the elderly woman and the suspect died from their injuries. 
   
A community meeting will be held tonight, October 4, 2011, and Police Chief Greg Suhr will address concerns and answer questions about the incident.  The meeting will be held at the Richmond Rec Center located at 251 18th Avenue, between California and Clement Sts at 6:30pm on Tuesday, October 4, 2011.

Regards, 

Eric Mar
Supervisor Richmond District
 

Eric.L.Mar@sfgov.org 
415-554-7410"]

And see what the SFPD has to say, below.

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Officer Involved Shooting at the 600 blk of Funston Ave.
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Posted Date: 10/3/2011
On October 3, 2011 at approximately 7:18 a.m., San Francisco Police responded to a call of a stabbing at the 600 block of Funston Ave. Officers and paramedics arrived on the scene and discovered a 78 year old Chinese male victim in front of the residence bleeding profusely. The victim suffered a stab wound to his hand and forearm.

Officers and paramedics immediately rendered medical aid in attempt to control the bleeding. The officers continued up the stairway where they found a 78 year old Chinese female victim with what the officers believed to be life threatening stab wounds to the body. As officers were trying to pull the victim to safety and get medical treatment for the female victim, they were confronted by a 44 year old Chinese male suspect.

The suspect had two knives as he advanced towards the officers. One officer used an Extended Range Impact Weapon (ERIW) in an effort to subdue the suspect. The ERIW proved to be ineffective. A cover officer discharged his firearm on the advancing suspect and stopped the deadly threat. Officers continued to search the house for additional suspects and victims and found a 50 year old Chinese female hiding in the back of the house inside a locked bedroom, she was uninjured.

All victims and suspect are related. The suspect was the son of both 78 year old victims, and the uninjured female found by officers at the scene, was the sister of the suspect.

At approximately, 9:39 a.m. the suspect was pronounced dead at the hospital. The 78 year old female victim was also pronounced dead a few minutes later at the hospital at 9:41 a.m

This is an active ongoing police investigation by the San Francisco Police Department’s Homicide Detail, Internal Affairs Division, District Attorney’s Office, and the Office of Citizens Complaints.

There will be a community meeting pertaining to the officer involved shooting tomorrow, October 4, 2011 at 6:30 p.m. Location will be at the Richmond Recreational Center at 251 18th Ave between Clement and California.”

Officer-Involved shooting: A Bloody Scene in Front of 636 Funston Avenue, in the Normally-Quiet Richmond District

Monday, October 3rd, 2011

Here’s the scene this AM at 636 Funston Avenue, where an officer-involved shooting just occurred.

Somebody was dragging somebody or something, as you can see:

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Is Chief Suhr going to call for a community meeting with District One Supervisor Eric Mar? (Apparently, it’s his policy* to do that kind of thing after each SFPD officer-involved shooting, whether it’s needed or not.)

*You know who could use that policy? The BART Police, that’s who.**

** The worst police you’ll encounter in the 415:

1. Training

2. Pay

SFPD Looks for Help Solving the August 2, 2010 Murder of Philip Dimartino

Monday, August 9th, 2010

Believe this murder took place somewhere in the Lower Haight area.

Here’s the info from the SFPD:

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE SEEK PUBLIC’S ASSISTANCE IN SOLVING THE HOMICIDE OF PHILLIP DIMARTINO

On August 2, 2010 at 1pm, Mr. Philip Dimartino was found stabbed to death in his apartment on Hermann Street in San Francisco. Mr. DiMartino was known to frequent bars in the Castro District. Anyone with information about this case or Mr. DiMartino is urged to please contact the San Francisco Police Department.
 

Inspector Michael Morley, Richard Martin, or Bob Velarde

SFPD Homicide Detail 415-553-1145

SFPD Bay Area Regional Information Center ( BRICC) 415-553-1071

SFPD Anonymous Tip Line: 415-575-4444

SFPD Text-A-Tipto: 847411

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SFPD CASE #100 704 683

Artist Chor Boogie Stabbed Twice on Market Street Over This Spray Paint Collection

Tuesday, November 10th, 2009

Read all about the stabbings that sent graffiti artist Chor Boogie (aka Jason Hailey of Glen Park) from Mid-Market to the emergency room last Saturday night in this bit from Mike Aldax. And video here from Lilian Kim.

This was the scene Saturday night, when I was trying to figure out how much the Feds were kicking in (if any) to this little project. (You know, these days, The Feds Must Be Crazy*, I don’t know, something must have gotten into them - Bridge to Nowhere, Mana From Heaven “Also Benefits Newsom“, the Chinatown Subway (aka Big Dig West - will our costs overrun by 1000% also?) - Uncle Sucker just might run out of our money one of these days. Oh well.) 

Mr. Boogie’s amazing Technicolor palette, as seen that evening, a scant half-hour before things got stabby:

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But he’s back on his feet, back at it. Good for him:

“YES IT IS SO ..I GOT STABBED TWICE LAST NIGHT BY SOME GRAFITTI VIGILANTES / SPRAY PAINT THIEVES WHILE IM WORKING ON MY 100FT OR SO LONG MURAL ON BEAUTIFUL MARKET ST.. THIS DOESNT STOP THE SHOW.. I AM ALL RIGHT AND WANTED TO GO BACK TODAY ACTUALLY TO PAINT SOME MORE..BUT NEED SOME HEALING TIME WILL BE THERE SHORTLY IN THE WEEK OR SO.. . THIS COULD OF HAPPENED ANYWHERETO ANYONE AND MARKET STREET IS STILL AMAZING AND LOOK FORWARD TO HELPING BEAUTIFY THE COMMUNITY…..CRISIS PRECIPATATES CHANGE..AND CHANGE IT SHALL…THE SHINING..”

Get that, man, “the shining.”

Keep on keeping on, Chor Boogie!

*The Gods Must Be Crazyseen parts of this movie 60 times, imprinted in the memory it is…