Creeps, bandits and broken windows 

Home invasion, bank robbery and Muni pickpockets round out the crime reports.

Turk and Hyde streets
6 a.m. Tuesday

A woman woke up in her home to a violent creep sitting on her bed. She was struck numerous times in the face by the creep, but managed to push him out of the room. He fled.

Brazil Avenue and Lisbon Street
2:01 a.m. Sunday

The drunken manager of a residential building hurled a brick through the window of a tenant, then told cops she did it because he hadn’t paid rent in three months.

Sgt. John V. Young Lane and San Jose Avenue
10:27 p.m. Monday

A man showed up at the police station to report a thieving thug who tried to reach into the pockets of a Muni passenger. The man said he grabbed the thief’s wrist and told him not to do it. That worked, but when the victim went home he noticed his school notebook missing from his book bag.



Post Street at Kearny Street
9:42 a.m. Tuesday

A bandit entered a bank, demanded money and made off with an untold amount of cash. The suspect, a man in his 30s, fled.

maldax@sfexaminer.com

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