Married SF woman's family stalked by lover 

She slept with the wrong enemy.

A San Francisco woman was stalked Tuesday by the man with whom she had an affair, putting the lives of her family in jeopardy, police said.

The family called cops after the stalker came to her home around 11:20 p.m., tried to start a fight with her husband and threatened to kill the family, police at Taraval Station said.

The man was joined by several people, who stayed in a car, police said.

The family called cops. A judge issued an emergency protective order, police said.

But the stalker didn’t go away, police said. Cops responded to the family’s home three hours later. The officers searched the area and pulled over a vehicle. They found the stalker in the car,  police said.

The stalker tried to escape, running off and climbing over fences. With the assistance of San Francisco State University cops and a police canine unit, police found the stalker and arrested him.

Turned out the suspect had a $1,000 warrant for his arrest, police said.

He was booked on charges of resisting arrest and for the warrant.

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