Red-in-face woman booked after Ingleside explosion that injures child 


Nothing highbrow about this alleged crime.

San Francisco police released a booking photo Thursday of an allegedly drug-peddling woman whose face appears burned and without eyebrows following an explosion inside an Ingleside district home that also injured a 12-year-old boy.

After being let out of the hospital, 33-year-old Angelic Cisneros was booked Wednesday on multiple felony charges, including two counts of child endangerment, possession of marijuana for sale, recklessly causing a fire that caused bodily injury, police spokesman Sgt. Daryl Fong said.

Cisneros and the 12-year-old boy were burned in the fire at 1228 Capitol Ave. Their injuries are not considered life threatening, Fong said.

The boy remained in the hospital Wednesday night, Fong said. Once released, Child Protective Services will take custody of the child, he said.

Investigators have not released how Cisneros and the boy are related.

Police believe the home’s occupants were attempting to make drugs when a butane tank exploded about 8:50 p.m., Fong said. Investigators have yet to say which drugs were being manufactured. There is speculation that marijuana was being used to make hash.

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