PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICE PRESS RELEASE
September 23, 2009
Subject: San Francisco Police Arrest Five Suspects In Robbery Spree
San Francisco police arrested five suspects using baseball bats and a collapsible baton in a four-hour robbery spree that targeted five victims at four different locations between the hours of 10:00 P.M., September 22 and 2:18 A.M., September 23. Taken into custody September 23 were Julio Cruz, 32; Osmary Umanzor, 28; Allen Umanzor, 28; Ramos Humberto, 25; and Kevin Aguilar, 18, all of San Francisco.
Driving in a 1999 Isuzu Rodeo SUV, the suspects randomly targeted victims in the downtown district. The robberies began at Polk and Union streets, and continued at 4th and Stillman streets, Pacific Avenue and Montgomery Street, and at Van Ness Avenue and Union Street All of the victims were male. In the Pacific and Montgomery incident the lone victim was punched and kicked. In the Van Ness and Union incident, the two victims sustained injuries, one from being struck with either a baseball bat or collapsible baton, and the other from being knocked to the pavement. None of the injuries were life-threatening.
Police units located the suspect vehicle on the 2100 block of Lombard Street at approximately 2:25 A.M. Police found the victims’ property on the suspects’ persons and in their residence on the 4600 block of Third Street. The suspects may have been responsible for at least two other recent similar robberies.
All the suspects were charged with robbery, assault, and receiving stolen property, and remain in custody.
For more information, please contact:
Public Affairs Office
850 Bryant Street, Room 549, San Francisco, CA. 94103