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San Francisco Police Department

To: Acting Captain William Braconi APPROV ES,/cO

Commanding Officer It. R. An&ew Cox #2


Risk Management Office Acting Captain
Lt, William BraconiE22461
From: Lieutenant R. Andrew Cox
Commanding Officer
Internal Affairs Division

Date: May 3l,2017

Subject: Officer Involved Shooting #15-003: Administrative Investigation

Involved Members: Officer Craig Tiffe #13 12


Officer Eric Reboli #165 1
Incident Report: 150-178-555
OIS Case Number: OTS 15-003
Date of Occurrence: February 26, 2015
Time of Occurrence: Approximately 21:44 Hours
Place of Occurrence: Sidewalk, in front of Folsom Street
Investigator: Sergeant John Crudo #1694

Incident Brief

At approximately 21:44 hours on the evening of February 26, 2015, Mission Station
plainclothes officers, Officer Eric Reboli #1651 and Officer Craig Tiffe #1312,
responded to 24' and Folsom Streets regarding an A-priority call involving a person
armed with a knife. When the officers arrived, they saw one man, later identified as
Amilcar Perez-Lopez, chasing around a car. As the officers attempted to
detain the men and conduct an investigation, Mr. Perez-Lopez was swinging a large
kitchen knife, jeopardizing the other man on scene as well as the officers. Officers Tiffe
and Reboli fired their Department-issued firearms at Mr. Perez-Lopez, mortally
wounding him.

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Focus of Investigation

Did Officers Eric Reboli #1651 and Craig Tiffe #1312 use their Department-issued
firearms in accordance with Department policy and procedure on the night of February
26, 2015?

Identified / Involved Parties:

Involved Member: Officer Eric Reboli #165 1 (3D39)


Date of Hire:
Shift:

Officer Craig Tiffe #1312 (3D39)


Date of Hire:
Shift:

Reportees/Witnesses: Then-Captain Daniel Perea #474 (3D300)

Shift:

Officer Joshua Cabillo #1014 (3D14D)


Date of Hire:
Shift:

Officer Domonique Ellis #1614 (3D14D)


Date of Hire:
Shift:

Officer Joseph Obidi #2328 (3D74)


Date of Hire:
Shift: (3D16C)
Housing Overtime: (3D74)

Officer Michael Mayo #2308 (3D75)


Date of Hire:
Shift: (3D75)

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[victim]

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Suspect: Name: Amilcar Perez-Lopez


Sex/Race: Male/Hispanic
Height/Weight:
Birthdate (Age):
Address of Record:

Investigative Chronology:

Refer to Attachment 1.

INVESTIGATIVE FINDINGS

The following investigative findings rely substantially upon statements obtained from the
involved officers, witness officers, and civilian witnesses. The investigative findings
incorporates information developed through additional sources related to the criminal and
administrative investigations of this incident, including the incident reports; physical
evidence; CSI reports and analysis; DEM CAD and audio records; and studies and data
related to human performance in lethal encounters; the criminal investigative findings
memorialized by Sergeant Anthony Ravano (then of the Homicide Detail) in his
investigative summary and the investigative findings of the District Attorney as
summarized in the report titled, Summary of Investigation and Legal Analysis of the Fatal
Shooting ofAmilcar Perez-Lopez on February 26,2015, released on April 12, 2017.

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Incident Overview

On February 26, 2015, Officers Craig Tiffe #1312 and Eric Reboli #1651, assigned to
Mission District plainclothes investigations were working together as regular partners
under the call sign 3D39. The officers' shift was The officers were
operating an unmarked, silver police vehicle, near 24th Street and Harrison Streets.

Officer Reboli was driving; he was wearing a dark grey hoodie over a black tee shirt,
khaki pants, and black skate shoes. He is right-handed.

Officer Tiffe was in the front passenger seat; he was wearing a black flat-billed baseball
cap with a Bat-man logo, a black wind breaker over a black tee shirt, blue jeans, and
black skate shoes. Officer Tiffe is right-handed.

At approximately 21:44 hours, the officers responded with other Mission units to a call of
a person with a knife on the 2800 block of Folsom Street. According to DEM Dispatch,
the reporting party was heard to yell at someone, "He's running with a knife over there."
The caller stated that a male, approximately 30 years old, armed with a 12-inch knife—
approximately 5'5" with a medium build, wearing a light jacket and beanie—was chasing
a whom described as approximately and wearing a
beanie. The caller stated that the were yelling at each other in

would later tell investigators that had been walking bicycle


southbound on the east sidewalk of Folsom Street, when the suspect—Amilcar Perez-
Lopez—approached and offered to buy bike. initially refused,
then offered to sell the bike for $50. stated that Mr. Perez-Lopez countered
with a $20 offer, which refused. stated that Mr. Perez-Lopez became
upset and produced a large silver knife, demanding the bike. believed Mr.
Perez-Lopez wanted to harm , so dropped the bike and began running from Mr.
Perez-Lopez. started running around a vehicle parked on Folsom Street to gain
separation from Mr. Perez-Lopez. vaulted over the hood of a car, as Mr. Perez-
Lopez remained in pursuit, yelling something such as, 'Hey, wait, wait, wait." ,
believed that Mr. Perez-Lopez wanted to stab and answered to the effect of, 'Why
would I stop? For you to kill me?'

Other accounts of the events that triggered Mr. Perez-Lopez's deadly pursuit of
were obtained by the Office of the District Attorney and reported in the press. These are
mentioned in the District Attorney's summary report, which states that of

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Mr. Perez-Lopez reported to District Attorney Investigators that the argument actually
started because challenged Mr. Perez-Lopez regarding residence at
. reportedly barred Mr. Perez-Lopez from entering the premises.
According to this version, Mr. Perez-Lopez ran into the house, grabbed a knife, and
began chasing after yelling, in effect, "Aren't you macho!" MUNI bus video
appears to show two who appear to be and Mr. Perez-Lopez facing off at
the gate of

In either case, and Mr. Perez-Lopez became embroiled in an argument that


escalated until Mr. Perez-Lopez began chasing while brandishing a large knife.
believed that Mr. Perez-Lopez was going to kill ,a
witness who had been in the area and phoned 911, saw the knife and believed
that Mr. Perez-Lopez intended to inflict harm on later telling investigators,
"This was not just a fight. [Mr. Perez-Lopez] had a serious look, like 'I'm going to get
." Regardless of the underlying cause of their argument, Mr. Perez-Lopez had armed
himself with a knife and was chasing , apparently intent on attacking with
the deadly weapon.

Because the officers were in near the location when the call was dispatched, Officers
Reboli and Tiffe arrived on scene quickly. They did not activate lights and sirens,
because of the short distance. Heading west on 25 t Street, the officers made a right turn
(north) onto Folsom Street. From his driver's seat, Officer Reboli pointed out two
who matched the description to Officer Tiffe. The two subjects were facing each other
from opposite sides of a parked and unattended vehicle parked mid-block, against the
eastern curb of Folsom Street. The on the driver's side of the parked vehicle
was facing on the passenger side (
Amilcar Perez-Lopez).

Officer Reboli stopped and parked the vehicle. The officers got out and separated, each
approaching one of the subjects. Officer Reboli, from the driver's side, approached .
Officer Tiffe, from the passenger side, approached the Perez-Lopez.

As Officer Tiffe approached Perez-Lopez, the subject had his chest positioned toward the
driver's side of the car, in the direction of Officer Tiffe could only see the left side
of Perez-Lopez's body as he headed toward him. Mr. Perez-Lopez turned his head to look
directly at the approaching officer; Officer Tiffe's attention was captured by "a blood-
lust, crazed look on his face." Officer Tiffe announced himself as a police officer,

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moving past the rear bumper of the parked vehicle, toward Mr. Perez-Lopez. He ordered
Mr. Perez-Lopez to back away from the car.

Mr. Perez-Lopez did not move and did not comply with Officer Tiffe's orders; he
continued to stare at the approaching officer. Officer Tiffe wanted to make sure that he
was able to communicate with Mr. Perez-Lopez. He used hand gestures to identify
himself, holding his star outward to clearly show it to Mr. Perez-Lopez. From his
experience in the Mission District, such efforts have enabled communication with non-
English speaking subjects and helped deescalate tense encounters.

As Officer Tiffe approached, Mr. Perez-Lopez raised his left arm toward the officer. Mr.
Perez-Lopez kept his right arm lowered along the right side of his body and completely
out of view of the officer. Officer Tiffe grabbed Mr. Perez-Lopez's raised left arm with
his left-hand and moved his right hand to the inside area of Mr. Perez-Lopez's upper right
shoulder blade. He hoped that contact would break Mr. Perez-Lopez's focus, and he
believed that he could transition to a control hold from this position, if necessary.

Officer Tiffe initially attempted to lead Mr. Perez-Lopez back, away from the car, but
Perez-Lopez resisted the effort. He could now see that Mr. Perez-Lopez was holding an
unidentified object in his right hand. Recognizing this, he ordered Mr. Perez-Lopez on
the ground, to no avail. Officer Tiffe attempted to take Mr. Perez-Lopez to the ground,
using an arm bar takedown. As he attempted this, Mr. Perez-Lopez swung toward the
officer, lunging at him with his right hand. Unbeknownst to Officer Tiffe, Mr. Perez-
Lopez was holding a butcher knife in that hand.

Officer Tiffe recognized the assaultive action and attempted to disengage from Mr.
Perez-Lopez, pushing about 3 feet away from the suspect in order to gain some distance.
As he did so, Mr. Perez-Lopez's right arm arced upward, travelling inches away from
Officer Tiffe' s chest, in an upward, crossing motion. In his periphery, Officer Tiffe
noticed Officer Reboli, moving toward him. Having separated and gained distance,
Officer Tiffe could see plainly that Perez-Lopez was actually. swinging a "very large
knife" in his right hand in a broad side-to-side sweeping motion. Officer Tiffe drew his
firearm and ordered Mr. Perez-Lopez to stop and drop his weapon.

After exiting their car, Officer Reboli had contacted on the driver's side of the
parked vehicle, initially intending to detain and investigate the situation. He
approached , identified himself, saying "Police," and began to direct over to

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the curb. was cooperative and compliant; he noticed that Officer Tiffe was
speaking to the other subject, though he did not hear what was being discussed. While he
was moving with however, Officer Reboli noticed Officer Tiffe now "engaged in a
struggle" with the other party. Officer Reboli directed to the sidewalk, and ran over
to assist his partner.

Running toward Officer Tiffe, Officer Reboli closed within 5 to 6 feet of the struggle
when he saw Officer Tiffe lunge backward abruptly, with his hands raised, palms out.
Officer Reboli then saw the flash of a "very large silver knife." Officer Reboli believed
that Officer Tiffe had been slashed by Perez-Lopez, who continuously swept the knife,
from side to side, across the front of Officer Tiffe.

Mr. Perez-Lopez then stopped advancing toward Officer Tiffe and pivoted in the
direction of Officer Reboli. Mr. Perez-Lopez advanced toward Officer Reboli, making
slashing motions with the knife. Officer Reboli drew his OC spray and his firearm, and
began issuing commands, to the effect of 'Police! Drop the knife!' The suspect continued
to slash in large arcs as he advanced toward the front end of the parked vehicle, near
where Officer Reboli had last been in contact with Officer Reboli continued to see
the flashing silver blade of Perez-Lopez's knife.

Officer Reboli stated that he was fearful that his partner had already been injured and was
in danger of further injury or death. He also stated that he was fearful for his own life, as
Mr. Perez-Lopez advanced on him waving the deadly weapon. He also stated that he
knew that was "still in very close proximity." He was fearful that
life was also in immediate danger. Officer Reboli fired on the advancing suspect. As he
started to fire, Mr. Perez-Lopez swung away from Officer Reboli and moved toward the
street, where had been.

Officer Tiffe saw the suspect advancing toward Officer Reboli and feared that his partner
was about to suffer a deadly assault when he heard gunshots. He saw Mr. Perez-Lopez's
knife raised up higher, and Mr. Perez-Lopez turn toward the street, in
direction. He believed that Mr. Perez-Lopez was "going after the other ."

Officer Tiffe was fearful that Mr. Perez-Lopez, who had assaulted him and his partner
with a deadly weapon was about to attack . Officer Tiffe fired once at Mr.
Perez-Lopez.

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Mr. Perez-Lopez stumbled forward onto the street and collapsed in front of the parked
vehicle. The officers radioed shots fired, and other officers just arriving on scene—
having responded to the initial Person with a Knife call—heard the gunfire.

The first unit to arrive on scene after the shots were fired was 3D14D (Officers Cabillo
#1014 and Ellis #2189). Officers Cabillo and Ellis approaching the call from 24th Street
less than a block away from the intersection with Folsom Street when they heard the
sound of gunfire. They turned south onto Folsom. Officer Ellis—driving a marked police
vehicle—stopped, parked the car, and called a "Code 33" (emergency) to broadcast shots
fired. Then Officer Ellis sprinted south on Folsom Street. She saw one suspect on the
ground and plainclothes officers were near him. She saw a second suspect, by
the passenger rear tire of the blue Nissan Rogue. She handcuffed and started to
pat search a second officer arrived and assumed control of the search. No weapons
were located on , who told Officer Ellis, in English, "I have nothing" while she
searched .

Officer Reboli handcuffed Mr. Perez-Lopez before crossing to the east side of Folsom
Street to ensure that there had not been any other injuries. He rejoined Officer Tiffe,
checking on his well-being, then directing him to radio their location. He then noticed
other officers were on scene.

Officer Cabillo, in the front passenger seat, got out as soon as the car stopped, and ran
along the west sidewalk of Folsom Street. Having heard shots fired in the area, from an
unknown source and location, he drew his firearm, scanning to identify where the
shooting may have occurred. He then caught sight of three or four people near the east
curb line; one subject was face down, and he recognized Mission plainclothes officers.
As he approached them, he saw a knife on the ground, a few feet from the prone
suspect's head. Officer Cabillo radioed for an ambulance, and Officer Obidi began
performing CPR on Mr. Perez-Lopez, who had an apparent gunshot wound to his chest.
Officer Cabillo then went over to who stated that was nearly robbed of
bicycle and the officers had saved life.

3D74 (Officers Joseph Obidi #2328) and 3D75 (Officer Michael Mayo #2308) arrived on
scene immediately after 3D14D, heading north on Folsom Street. Officers Obidi and
Mayo saw Mr. Perez-Lopez face down, partially in Folsom Street. They saw the 3D39's
northbound facing silver unmarked Crown Victoria, parked approximately in front of
Folsom Street, as well as the 3D14D's parked radio car.

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Officer Mayo, the driver, got out of the car and saw Officer Ellis in the act of detaining
and went to assist her. After was handcuffed and searched, Officer
Mayo went over to the area where Mr. Perez-Lopez had collapsed, about 25 feet from
position. Officer Obidi was performing CPR. Officer Mayo saw the knife
laying in the roadway and remained with the knife in order to mark and secure the
evidence, until relieved.

Officer Obidi, the passenger, got out and saw Mr. Perez-Lopez face down and bleeding.
Officer Cabillo told Officer Obidi that the suspect was shot. Officer Obidi turned Mr.
Perez-Lopez over, onto his back. Mr. Perez-Lopez was unresponsive, Officer Obidi could
not detect a pulse and began CPR until he was relieved by SFFD Medic #71.

SFFD paramedics had been requested to the scene at 21:48:30, arriving on scene at
21:52:38. The paramedics determined that Mr. Perez-Lopez was beyond resuscitative
efforts. The body of Mr. Perez-Lopez was covered with a yellow emergency paramedic
blanket.

Sergeant Anthony Montoya #1522 arrived on scene and obtained public safety statements
from the involved officers. The officers were separately transported to Mission Station
and monitored. Officer Elia Lewin-Tankel #4343 transported Officer Reboli; Officer
John Silvestri #4351 transported Officer Tiffe.

Responding officers cordoned off and secured the crime scene, securing the 2800 block
of Folsom Street. Officers canvassed the scene attempting to locate and identify any
witnesses or victims, cameras, and evidence.

Investigators from the Homicide Detail arrived and took over the investigation. Sergeant
Anthony Ravano #929 was the lead criminal investigator, assisted by Sergeants Alan
Levy #4216, Christopher Canning #269, and Daniel Dedet #101, all of the Homicide
Detail. District Attorney Lieutenant Carlos Sanchez and Investigators Henry McKenzie
and Ray Tang, along with Assistant District Attorney Michael Sullivan, responded from
the District Attorney's office. Investigators from Internal Affairs (Sergeants John Crudo
#1694 and Jayme Campbell #759) and the Office of Citizens Complaints (Assistant
Director Erick Balthazar and Senior Investigator Steve Ball) also responded to the scene.

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Crime Scene

The scene of this incident was the 2800 block of Folsom Street, between 24th and 25th
Streets, approximately in front of Folsom Street, on the sidewalk and street (east
side). This is primarily a residential neighborhood, and this block is largely composed of
multi-story residential buildings. Folsom Street measures 52'3" in width, accommodating
two-way vehicle traffic, as well as parallel parking on both sides of the street. Two
vehicle were parked and unattended in this immediate area, positioned against the eastern
curbline and facing north: a silver Toyota Canny XLE ( and a blue Nissan
Rogue ( .

The night of February 26, 2015 was cool and breezy, with clear skies. Artificial and
ambient natural light provided some illumination of the area; a street light located on the
west side of the street ( Folsom Street and across from Folsom Street) flickered
intermittently.

Mr. Perez-Lopez lay on his back (face-up), with his hands cuffed behind him. He was
wearing a gray hoodie, gray shirt, blue jeans over blue shorts, and white and gray athletic
shoes. A grey flat-billed baseball cap lay southwest of the decedent's head. Blood pooled
to the south of Mr. Perez-Lopez.

The Medical Examiner was notified of Mr. Perez-Lopez's death by DOC at 22:13 hours.
Office of the Medical Examiner investigators Adam Hellman #109 and Kris Macferren
#123 arrived on scene at 23:10 hours and entered the scene at 23:36 hours, assuming
custody of the decedent. Assistant Medical Examiner Ellen Moffatt also responded to the
scene.

ME investigator Hellman took inventory of the possessions on Mr. Perez-Lopez person.


A celiphone was located on the remains and seized by Investigator Hellman. Investigator
Hellman turned over Mr. Perez-Lopez's phone to Homicide investigators at the scene.
The Medical Examiner investigators conducted a gunshot residue test at the scene,
bagging and securing the Mr. Perez-Lopez's hands thereafter.

CSI documented, processed, and seized identified evidence at the scene, including:
. Three (3) .40 caliber casings from the eastern sidewalk, north of Folsom Street;

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• One (1) .40 caliber casing from the sidewalk, near a planted tree, in front of
Folsom Street;
• One (1) .40 caliber casing from the Folsom street, located underneath the silver
Toyota;
One (1) .40 caliber casing from a front step at Folsom Street;
• A 12-inch silver knife (8-inch blade), positioned on the street southwest of Mr. Perez-
Lopez's body and west of the front driver's side wheel of the parked, blue Nissan;
• A bicycle, laying down on the sidewalk in front of Folsom Street;
. A fired bullet from the asphalt in front of Folsom Street.

CSI also documented the location of two identified bullet strikes to the front of
Folsom Street.

Computer assisted Dispatch (DEM) Records and Recordings

Certified CAD (CAD 150573705 and 150573716) and recorded audio communications
were obtained from DEM for this investigation. A timeline of events derived from these
documents is as follows:
24th and
21:44:10 Initial record opened: 222 ("Person with a Knife") reported at
Folsom Streets.
21:44:39 Caller is overheard telling someone, "He's running with a knife over there."
21:45:07 The call is. broadcast by Dispatch. The person with the knife is chasing
; both subjects are described as approximately and
wearing beanies.
21:45:37 3D14E begins response as the primary unit (Officers John Silvestri 44357
and Elia Lewin-Tankel #4343).
21:45:58 Additional information is broadcast, reporting the subjects possibly
. Both the suspect and victim are
adults, yelling in
21:46:16 Officers Reboli and Tiffe (3D39) begin response as a back up to 3D14E.
21:46:43 Additional information is broadcast, reporting that the suspect's knife is
approximately 12-inches long. The suspect has a medium build and light
jacket; both subjects appear to be in their 30's.

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21:47:14 3D14D (Officers Cabillo and Ellis) radios that they are in the area.

21:47:21 ShotSpotter activates, recording yelling sounds followed by five gunshots.


The identified address is Folsom Street. Gunfire was recorded in
-1-1 call at approximately 21:47:21-22.
21:47:24 3D 14D clears the air for an emergency, reporting shots fired.
21:47:49 DEM broadcasts that 4 or 5 consecutive shots over the open line and updates
the call to a "216" (shots fired).
21:48:03 3D14D requests a "408" (ambulance) for a -year male with a gunshot
wound to the chest and reports that the involved officers are not injured.
21:48:31 3D14D notifies 3D113 (Sergeant Anthony Montoya) that this is an OIS.
21:52:38 SFFD Paramedics on scene.
22:03 Medical Examiner notified of death.
Approximately 65 seconds elapsed between when Officers Reboli and Tiffe, responding
from 24th and Harrison, put themselves on the run to the time shots were fired.
Approximately 43 seconds after the sound of shots fired at 21:47:21, Officers requested
an ambulance to the scene.

Criminal Investigation

Upon notification of the Officer Involved Shooting, the Homicide Detail of the San
Francisco Police Department initiated a criminal investigation into the incident. The
investigation was led by Sergeant Anthony Ravano of the Homicide Detail. Inspector
Cagney's investigative summary report and the District Attorney's findings were
obtained and reviewed as part of the administrative investigation.

Members of the SFPD conducted several neighborhood canvasses on the night of the
shooting; Homicide Detail and District Attorney Investigators conducted repeated follow-
up canvasses in the days following the incident. Numerous witnesses were so identified
and statements taken. In addition, cameras were identified, and video collected from
residences, MUNI busses, and businesses.

Crime Scene Investigations

CSI responded to the scene to memorialize the scene and collect identified evidence.
Members from Crime Scene Investigations included Inspector Ronan Shouldice #2054,

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Officer Deni Nibungco #2390, Officer Imran Shakur #2476, and Officer Dennis Rodelas
#729. Officer Rodelas prepared a Crime Scene Report documenting the scene and actions
taken. Measurements, photographs, and video were taken to memorialize the condition
and location of the scene and the evidence within.

Officer Tony Gomes #911 (CSI) prepared a scale diagram of the scene using
measurements taken by Inspector Shouldice at the scene. Crime Scene Investigations
memorialized the scene and evidence in video, photograph, and diagram, and prepared a
report regarding the response to the incident.

Officers Nibungco and Shakur responded to Mission Station, where Officer Tiffe and
Reboli had been separately transferred and monitored. They were joined by personnel
from the SFPD Range. Officer Tiffe' s and Officer Reboli' s firearms were separately
collected by Officers Nibungco and Shakur. Each firearm was inspected, its condition
photographed and documented, and a round count conducted before being transported to
the Criminalistics Laboratory.

During this process, CSI investigators noticed blood stains on equipment Officer Reboli
was wearing and collected the following as evidence from Officer Reboli's person:
holster, belt, pants, Giant's T-shirt, Hurley hoody, and yawara stick.

Firearms Examination

Officers Ninbungco and Shakur (CSI) responded to Mission Station on the evening of
February 26, 2015, where they were joined by Sergeant Andy Ting #1269, the SFPD
Range Master. Officers Ninbungco and Shakur took separately possession of Officer
Reboli' s and Officer Tiffe' s firearms. Sergeant Ting issued both officers replacement
firearms at that time.

As documented in the corresponding Firearm Information Report, Officer Reboli had one
firearm in his possession: his Department-issued .40 caliber Sig Sauer P226 handgun
( ). The chamber of this weapon was loaded with one .40 caliber
Winchester S&W cartridge, and there were seven (7) cartridges in the magazine that was
loaded into this weapon. Officer Reboli had one additional magazine on his person, fully
loaded with twelve (12) rounds. This weapon, the magazines and the ammunition were
photographed by CSI before their collection and delivery to the SFPD Criminalistics
Laboratory for examination and analysis.

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As documented in the corresponding Firearm Information Report, Officer Tiffe had one
firearm in his possession: his Department-issued .40 caliber Sig Sauer P226 handgun
. The chamber of this weapon was loaded with one .40 caliber
Winchester S&W cartridge, and there were eleven (11) cartridges in the magazine that
was loaded into this weapon. This weapon, the magazine and the ammunition were
photographed by CSI before their collection and delivery to the SFPD Criminalistics
Laboratory for examination and analysis.

Criminalist II Mark Proia, Firearm and Tool Mark Unit, conducted the examination on
the firearms issued to Officers Reboli and Tiffe on September 24, 2015.

Officer Reboli's firearm, Sig Sauer Model P226 was examined and
found to be functional and trigger pull was within manufacturer's specifications. Officer
Tiffe's firearm, Sig Sauer Model P226 was examined and found to be
functional and trigger pull was within manufacturer's specifications.

Mr. Proia examined the spent .40 caliber S&W cartridge casings recovered from the
scene. Of the six (6) casings recovered, five (5) casings were determined to be fired from
Sig Sauer (Officer Reboli) and one casing was fired from Sig Sauer
.

Mr. Proia examined additional ballistic evidence forwarded to the Criminalistics Lab,
including several lead fragments, bullets and bullet cores recovered at the scene as well
as those subsequently by the Office of the Medical Examiner. Four recovered bullets, and
one bullet jacket, were positively identified as having been fired from Officer Reboli's
weapon. Other evidence either were not suitable for testing or lacked sufficient individual
characteristics to conclusive determine whether it had been fired by Officer Reboli's or
Officer Tiffe's weapon.

DNA

Bode Ceilmark Forensics (Lorton, VA) conducted DNA testing on blood and water
swabs taken at the scene, as well as the handle of the knife seized at the scene.

In a report dated June 22, 2015, DNA Analyst I Catharine Roller, MSFS determined that
no DNA samples were obtained from the handle of the knife or the water sample. The
blood sample was a match for Mr. Perez-Lopez.

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Cell Phones

Mr. Perez-Lopez

Mr. Perez-Lopez's cellphone—a Samsung SGH-M1919N Galaxy S4 (IMEl


—was located in a pocket at the scene by Medical Examiner
investigators. Dr. Moffatt turned this phone over at the scene to Sergeant Daniel Dedet of
the Homicide Detail.

Mr. Perez-Lopez's celiphone was turned over to Sergeant Canning (Homicide Detail)
who submitted a request to the Multimedia Evidence on February 27, 2015 Unit in order
to extract all electronic storage information on the phone, "in order to facilitate
notification of the next of kin."

consented to provide his cellphone to Homicide Detail investigators, who


reviewed the text messages sent to when heard the shots fired. The review
of the phone corroborated t.

Video Evidence

On the evening of the incident, officers canvassed the area for video cameras, in search of
any recordings of the events of the incident. In the days following, criminal investigators
followed up with more canvasses of the area, as well possible mobile sources of video
data, including San Francisco Municipal Railway (MUNI) buses and taxi services.
Relevant video was obtained from e, on the southwest corner of
Folsom and 24th Streets 1h
24 Street), as well as from MUNI. None of the videos
obtained captured the shooting itself; however, the obtained video evidence provides
relevant information with respect to timeframes and enables investigators to clarify or
corroborate reportees accounts of events.

. Video

The is time stamped; it was determined that the time stamp for the
video is 9 minutes, 29 seconds ahead of verified time stamps of other evidence.
has a camera that overlooks the bus stop at 24th and Folsom, where
was waiting for a bus, and where placed call to 9-1-1.

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Video from captures the following relevant activity. (The time shown is the verified
time published by the District Attorney):

21:43:53 uns south on Folsom Street to the bus stop and appears to
speak to the driver of a MIJNI 67 bus stopped there. When the bus leaves,
is talking on a celiphone and looking south on Folsom Street
and backing up.

21:44:38 a proaches within a few yards of at the bus stop.


appears to be looking south on Folsom Street as well.

21:47:16 A third person is visible walking south on Folsom Street.

21:47:19 A marked radio car heads south on Folsom Street.

21:47:21 The third person turns and runs north on Folsom Street; drops
to the ground before running north on Folsom Street; looks
south down Folsom Street.

21:47:25 A black and white radio car (3D14D) stops south of the bus stop. The
male officer on the passenger (Officer Cabillo) exits immediately, and
heads south on the east sidewalk. The female officer (Officer Ellis)
operating the vehicle remains in the vehicle for approximately 3 more
seconds before exiting the car and heading south.

San Francisco Municipal Railway Video

Investigators obtained and reviewed numerous videos from MUNI buses equipped with
multiple cameras that had operated in the area. Although none of the cameras captured
the Officer-involved shooting, some recordings yielded relevant information to
investigators as summarized below. (The time shown is the verified time as published by
the District Attorney.)

Northbound 12 Bus

21:39:21 Passing 2 olsom, bus video captures t described in the DA


report as "matching the descriptions of and Perez-Lopez
standing near the steps to the house." The DA speculates that this may be

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an image of and Mr. Perez-Lopez at that outset of their


confrontation, as described by

Southbound 67 Bus

21:43:51 While stopped at Folsom Street stop, the bus video captures
approaching from the south on Folsom Street, on cell phone.

21:43:58 A person hails, "Hey!" The bus driver opens the door and asks
, "What's that?" responds, "He's running with a knife
over there. .
The driver advises to phone the police, closes the bus
door and drives south on Folsom.

21:44:28 The 67 bus passes the area of 2 Folsom. A matching the


description of is positioned on the street, looking southeast,
where Mr. Perez-Lopez is standing on the sidewalk.

Witness Photograph

A contemporaneous photograph was taken by a


This photograph was presented by DAT
investigators during follow-up interviews conducted with Officers Cabillo and Ellis, and
it was referenced and reprinted in the DA's report, Summary of Investigation and Legal
Analysis of the Fatal Shooting of Amilcar Perez-Lopez. However, District Attorney
investigators declined to share the original photograph with SFPD investigators and did
not identify the photographer.

The photo captures someone apparently administering CPR to Mr. Perez-Lopez from a
crouching position. Mr. Perez-Lopez is lying on his back, with his torso in the street and
legs between the blue Nissan Rogue and the silver Toyota Camry. A silver item is visible
in the street, several feet west of the front driver's side tire of the Nissan Rogue, in a
position corresponding to where involved officers and witnesses stated that they saw the
suspect's knife after the shooting.

At the rear of the blue Nissan, seated near the east curb, is a identified by the District
Attorney's office as appears to be speaking with a uniformed police
officer.

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Officers Tiffe and Reboli are visible in the photo, separated from each other. Officer
Tiffe is several feet west of the rear driver's side tire of the Nissan Rogue. Officer Reboli
is in the street, south of the Nissan Rogue and west of the curb line. He appears to be
speaking with a uniformed officer.

The photograph is consistent with accounts provided by the involved officers and
witnesses regarding the immediate actions following the shooting.

ShotSpotter Data

The ShotSpotter system activated at 21:47:21 hours when the officers fired their
weapons. Four ShotSpotter sensors

recorded five shots fired. ShotSpotter derived a location of occurrence as


, identified by the street address of
Folsom Street. The system also picked up and recorded the sound of yelling voices
preceding the gunfire.

the 9-1-1 caller, was when first observed the incident.


was wearing a which reveals movement
and location throughout this incident, was downloaded and reviewed.
consistent with reported locations of this witness-reportee.

Criminal Investigation Interviews

Summaries here are based on statements taken by San Francisco Police Department
criminal investigators and/or information that the District Attorney made available to
SFPD Homicide Detail investigators. The interviews summarized do not include all
witnesses interviewed by the District Attorney; refer to the District Attorney's report.

Interviews of percipient witnesses for the criminal investigation were conducted by


Homicide Detail and by investigators from the Office of the District Attorney (handling
the criminal investigation memorialized in incident report 150-178-555). Although
requested by the San Francisco Police Department, the Office of the District Attorney
declined to provide criminal or administrative investigators all of the information
collected and developed in their investigation.

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Officer Eric Reboli #1651

Officer Reboli cooperated with the criminal investigation, consenting to a recorded,


voluntary interview. Sergeant Anthony Ravano and Sergeant Daniel Dedet of the
Homicide Detail, Assistant District Attorney Michael Sullivan, and Lieutenant Carlos
Sanchez (District Attorney Investigations) conducted this interview on February 27,
2015. Officer Reboli was represented at this interview by POA attorney Peter Furst. At
the outset of this interview, Sergeant Dedet reminded Officer Reboli that the interview
was voluntary and recorded. The following summary is from this interview.

Officer Reboli was appointed to the Police Department in . At the time of


the incident, he wa and
is ambidextrous. .

On the night of the incident, Officer Reboli was assigned to Mission Station plainclothes
investigations and was working a 10-hour shift . Officer Reboli was
working with Officer Craig Tiffe, assigned the unit call sign 3-David-39 (3D39). Officer
Reboli was driving an unmarked Ford Crown Victoria; Officer Tiffe was in the front
passenger seat. Officer Reboli had been issued a Sig Sauer P226 with modified grips, and
he was carrying one extra magazine, fully loaded with 12 cartridges, in his handcuff case.
He was wearing a dark Hurley hoody over a black SF City tee shirt, beige pants, and
black shoes. His star was clipped on the right side of his belt, in front of his holster, in a
visible position.

The officers began responding as backup to a call of a male in the area of 24th and
Folsom, armed with a knife, chasing . The officers were a few blocks from
the location, approximately at 24th and Harrison Streets. Officer Reboli drove south to
25th Street, then west to Folsom Street, as Dispatch broadcast an update that the was
being chased southbound toward 25th Street.

The officers arrived at the intersection of 25th and Folsom Streets. Officer Reboli noticed
some type of movement on the east side of Folsom Street, mid-block, in what would be
the northbound lane of traffic. There appeared to be people running around in the street.
Officer Reboli told Officer Tiffe of the observation, then turned northbound onto Folsom
Street.

As they approached, Officer Reboli saw a roughly mid-block on the east side of the
street, leaning against a vehicle parked in this area. was visible on the

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sidewalk. Officer Reboli stopped the car one to two car lengths south of , and told
Officer Tiffe there was a second person on the sidewalk. The officers exited the vehicle
and approached the two subjects.

Officer Reboli approached leaning on the car. In his peripheral view, he saw
Officer Tiffe heading toward the subject on the sidewalk. Officer Reboli announced
himself as a police officer as he approached the subject in the street. It was evident that
was out of breath. He placed in a control hold and detained he
noted that "there was no tensing of person. just. seemed to be almost
exhausted." Officer Reboli grabbed the subject, pinning arms back, and began
walking out of the street. Because they were in a lane of traffic, Officer Reboli told
the subject that they were going to move onto the sidewalk for their mutual safety, where
Officer Reboli intended to conduct his investigation. He told the subject something to the
effect of 'Let's get out of the street and figure out what's going on."

Officer Reboli began to guide the detained subject between the two parked cars. Officer
Reboli had taken between two and four steps when he noticed that Officer Tiffe was
"verbally engaged" with a shorter subject on the sidewalk. The subject was between
Officers Tiffe and Reboli, facing Officer Tiffe. Within "a half-second or two" of
detaining the first subject, Officer Reboli recognized that Officer Tiffe was actually
engaged in a physical struggle with this subject.

Officer Tiffe appeared to be attempting to use a control hold and bring the subject to the
ground. He had a hand on the suspect's shoulder, while grasping at a wrist, as if to spin
the suspect and bring him to the ground.

The subject detained by Officer Reboli was saying something to him, but Officer Reboli
didn't understand Officer Reboli "disengaged" from and ran to assist
Officer Tiffe, while oved back toward the street-side of the parked vehicle.

As Officer Reboli closed within 5 or 6 feet of the suspect and Officer Tiffe, Officer Tiffe
jumped backward and threw his hands up in a defensive posture, with his palms up and
outward. Officer Reboli then saw a flash from a large silver knife that the suspect was
wielding, in a mid-level, side-to-side slashing motion. The knife was 9 to 12 inches in
length, shaped like a steak knife, and appeared to have a serrated blade. It was "a very
large silver knife." Officer Reboli could not recall whether he saw the knife in the
suspect's right or left hand. In the dark conditions, the bright silver blade was flashing

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frequently, as the suspect made rapid, repeated slashing motions at Officer Tiffe. In
response to a question about whether the suspect might have been trying to create more
space to effect an escape, Officer Reboli noted that the suspect continued to press his
assault, closing the distance on the officer. "I fully believe he was trying to attack Officer
Tiffe."

With Officer Tiffe gaining space from the suspect, and Officer Reboli closing in, the
suspect turned headed north near the curb line, toward Officer Reboli. Mr. Perez-Lopez
was still aggressively slashing with his knife. "So now he's flailing the knife at me as
he's moving." Officer Reboli "lunged myself backwards" to create space, moving toward
the middle of the sidewalk, in the area of the front bumper of the blue car.

Officer Reboli believed that Officer Tiffe had been stabbed or cut by the suspect, who
was advancing toward Officer Reboli. As he moved forward (north), the suspect looked
back and forth, scanning from Officer Reboli to Officer Tiffe. Officer Reboli was aware
that the subject he had initially detained was to the suspect's left, on the other side of the
car, "in close proximity."

The on-coming suspect was holding the blade upward, aggressively waving the knife
toward Officer Reboli. Officer Reboli could see the flashes of the silver blade flashing in
the dark. He began to reach for his OC, then changed his mind and transitioned to his
firearm, drawing it instead of the pepper spray.

Having drawn his Department-issued firearm, Officer Reboli yelled, "Drop the knife" or
"Police, drop the knife" at the suspect. The suspect paused his advance, approximately 4
to 6 feet from Officer Reboli, and approximately 6 to 10 feet from Officer Tiffe to the
south.

Officer Reboli saw a flash of the waving knife. He gave a second command to drop the
knife. Officer Reboli was fearful that the detained subject's life was endangered, that
Officer Tiffe was already assaulted and in further danger, and that he himself was in
danger of death or serious bodily injury from the armed suspect.

The suspect "lunged" forward, waving his knife. Officer Reboli fired his Department-
issued firearm an unknown number of times at the suspect. As he started to fire, Officer
Reboli saw the suspect turning to the west, onto Folsom Street, in the direction of the
detained subject.

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The suspect took one or two steps between the two parked cars, westbound onto Folsom
Street, then collapsed, with his right hand underneath his body. The suspect dropped his
knife, which was visible on the street.

Officer Reboli heard a yelling from across the street that someone had been shot.
Officer Reboli realized that at some time during the incident, he'd dropped his PlC radio.
He directed Officer Tiffe to put out their exact location. He could hear the engines and
sirens of responding units, though "it seemed like it took for. .forever that the. .before
. .

anyone got to the scene."

Officer Reboli moved forward and handcuffed the suspect, who was bleeding. Officer
Reboli went across the street to check if there were additional casualties. He found no one
injured nor any obvious evidence of a bullet strike, such as broken windows or damaged
vehicles.

Officer Obidi was with the suspect, rendering first aid. Officer Reboli recovered his radio
and broadcast the location again. He checked on Officer Tiffe, believing that he'd been
cut or stabbed, but Officer Tiffe didn't think he'd been injured.

Officer Craig Tiffe #1312

Officer Tiffe cooperated with the criminal investigation, consenting to a voluntary


interview with criminal investigators, which was recorded. Sergeant Anthony Ravano
and Sergeant Daniel Dedet of the Homicide Detail, Assistant District Attorney Michael
Sullivan, and Lieutenant Carlos Sanchez (District Attorney Investigations) conducted this
interview on February 27, 2015. Officer Tiffe was represented at this interview by POA
attorney Michael Whelan. At the outset of this interview, Sergeant Ravano reminded
Officer Reboli that the interview was voluntary and recorded. The following summary is
based upon this interview.

Officer Tiffe was appointed to the Police Department in At the time of


the incident, he was years old; he is
and is right handed.

On the night of the incident, Officer Tiffe was assigned to Mission Station plainclothes
investigations and was working a 10-hour shift . Officer Tiffe was
working with Officer Eric Reboli 41651, assigned the unit call sign 3-David-39 (3D39).

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Officer Tiffe was in the front passenger seat of an unmarked Ford Crown Victoria that
Officer Reboli. Officer Tiffe had been issued a Sig Sauer P226. Officer Tiffe was
wearing a black baseball cap, black Nike hoodie with a zipper, black tee shirt, dark jeans
and Nike shoes; his star—affixed to a chain around his neck—was outside of his
outermost hoodie, conspicuously displayed. Officer Tiffe explained that he "always
wear[s] it out. The only time I ever conceal it is when I'm doing an operation that would
need me to. If I needed to conceal myself in a crowd, I would obviously conceal it."

Officers Tiffe and Reboli had just gotten a cup of coffee and were driving on 24th Street
when the Dispatch broadcast a report of a man armed with a knife chasing
They were last reported running on Folsom, from 24t11t0 25th, which was close by. The
suspect was described as a Hispanic male, in his .

Numerous units began responding to the scene, and several units were on the air, so
Officer Tiffe used the vehicle's mobile data terminal (MDT) to put his unit on the call,
responding as a backup. Officer Tiffe did not recall if they were traveling on 25th or 26th
Street, but they turned right, heading northbound onto Folsom.

Officer Reboli told Officer Tiffe that were in the vicinity of a car parked
nearby. At first, Officer Tiffe only saw one subject "hovering" near the driver's side
mirror. Officer Reboli stopped and parked their vehicle. As he's getting out of the
passenger side, Officer Tiffe can now see the second subject, who is "hovering" near the
side view mirror on the opposite side of the parked car. Officer Tiffe noted that
were , similar to the broadcast suspect description.

Officer Reboli moved forward to make contact with the first subject, on the driver's side.
Officer Tiffe approached the second subject, announcing himself as a police officer. The
subject was on the sidewalk, near the driver's mirror of the parked car, facing in a
westerly direction, with his chest roughly positioned in the direction of the first subject.

As he approached, Officer Tiffe held up his star that dangled over his jacket from a chain
around his neck to identify himself. From his experience working in the Mission, Officer
Tiffe has found this to be an effective way of communicating his identity, even to those
with limited or no English proficiency. Officer Tiffe got within a car length of the second
subject, he was able to the subject's face. He was taken aback, because "He has this.. .1
don't even know how to describe it, other than, like.., a blood lust-crazed look on his
face."

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Officer Tiffe announced himself as a police officer and directed him to move away from
the car. The subject did not say anything and did not comply with the commands. He
stated

.1 actually believe that maybe he.. There was no recognition on his face,
• . .

so I . . 1 either believe. .1 thought, 'Possibly on something. Possibly so


. .

enraged with what he was doing that he couldn't recognize my voice, so at


that point, I didn't think verbal command was gonna work. Physical. I'm . .

gonna have to make physical contact with him.

Officer Tiffe stated that he was aware that this was a call related to someone with a knife,
but he didn't know f either, was the subject of the call. He did not see a knife
at this time and had not identified the roles of either party.

Approaching from the left side of the subject, Officer Tiffe could not see the right side of
the second subject. The subject's right arm was down alongside the right side of his body.
The subject raised his left hand, presenting an opportunity for Officer Tiffe to get him to
the ground. Officer Tiffe grabbed the suspect with his left hand and pulled and turned,
while pushing the subject's back with a right hand placed below the neck, by the left
shoulder. He attempted to spin the suspect off balance and use Mr. Perez-Lopez's
momentum to get him to the ground and secured. Officer Tiffe ordered the suspect to the
ground as he initiated the take-down.

As he began to attempt the take-down, Officer Tiffe could now see that the suspect was
holding something in his right hand. While Officer Tiffe swung the suspect in his attempt
to bring him to the ground, the suspect stepped forward into the spin and "lunges up at
me with his right hand." Officer Tiffe described this as happening very fast.

Officer Tiffe pushed the subject away, attempting to disengage and gain distance. The
suspect swiped again, swinging his right arm laterally around the area of Officer Tiffe' s
chest. As this was occurring, Officer Tiffe thought he could see Officer Reboli in his
peripheral vision, coming to assist him from Officer Tiffe's right.

Officer Tiffe' s focus, however, was drawn to "a very large knife" that the suspect was
wielding. Having swiped the blade laterally at the chest height of Officer Tiffe, the
suspect took a balanced fighting stance a foot or two away from Officer Tiffe, holding the
knife in his right hand, with the blade pointing upward. He told criminal investigators that
at this moment

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I think this guy is going to kill me. And I . . to be honest, I feel a sense of
.

relief that I... I didn't get stabbed. And I'm praying he drops the knife.
I ... 1 don't want to shoot.

Officer Tiffe backed away, drew his firearm, and ordered the suspect to drop his knife,
recalling that he said "Put down the knife" or "Put down the knife or I'll shoot." He also
heard Officer Reboli yelling, although he could not make out what was being said.

The suspect took a step to the north, in the direction of the approaching Officer Reboli,
still menacingly waving his knife in an 'X' pattern. He was near the front of the parked
blue Nissan Rogue. "The knife is flowing in the air." Officer Reboli had made his way to
the sidewalk at this time, and the officers were effectively triangulated on the suspect,
with Officer Reboli approximately northeast of the suspect and Officer Tiffe roughly
southeast of the suspect.

Officer Tiffe, now 5 to 6 feet from the suspect, then heard an unknown number of
gunshots. When he heard the shots, Officer Tiffe stated that the suspect was on the
sidewalk, near the curb, and positioned roughly between the parked Toyota Camry and
Nissan Rogue. The suspect began moving toward the street, south and west, and he
raised his knife above his head in a stabbing motion. Officer Tiffe could not see the
second subject (whom Officer Reboli had initially contacted), but he knew that had
been positioned in the street. Officer Tiffe believed that the suspect was going after the
other subject. "He's going after the ."

Believing the suspect was about to assault , Officer Tiffe fired his Department-
issued weapon at the suspect. He had a two-handed grip, but he "point shot," rather than
acquire sights. He believes he fired one time; the suspect was within 7 yards of him at
this time. Regarding this moment, Officer Tiffe stated:

He's in-. he's intent on something. Even with.. .1 hear at least one shot. I
..

still see him raise the knife, and I remember one thing I said to myself
right before I pulled the trigger. I said, "Oh my God," and I pulled the
trigger. And I said that, because I thought he was gonna harm this other
. I didn't know if was right. He was looking at .
The knife comes up, though it wasn't blade down. It was blade up. I didn't
know if the was right here, within arm's reach of him, or he was
going after , but I saw that he was fixated...

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Seeing the suspect fall, Officer Tiffe perceived that the immediate threat had been
stopped and did not shoot again.

After firing, things seemed to move in slow motion; he described the sensation as "kind
of like out of body experience." He re-holstered his firearm and grabbed his radio
microphone and repeated, "Shots fired." Officer Reboli handcuffed the suspect.

He didn't know if his radio was working, and he saw a radio on the ground. He believed
the handset had disconnected from his radio. He patted himself down and located his
radio; he realized that it was Officer Reboli' s radio that had fallen to the sidewalk.

The first officer on the scene, Officer Cabillo, seemed to Officer Tiffe to be there
immediately. Officer Cabillo located the second subject, who was "cowering down on the
on the driver's side, near the driver's side rear tire." Officer Cabillo appeared to be
comforting the subject.

After the shooting, Officer Tiffe noticed that the knife was on the ground a few feet from
where the suspect had collapsed, while officers were performing CPR on the suspect.

Captain Daniel Perea #474

Captain Perea, the Commanding Officer of Mission Station, was in full uniform at 1 8 th
and Castro Streets when he heard units responding to a call of a man armed with a knife
chasing He then heard a second broadcast reporting shots fired at Folsom
and 24th Streets. He responded to the scene.

At the scene, he observed officers performing CPR on a subject, lying on the street,
partially between two parked vehicles. He saw a silver bike with black tires on the
sidewalk.

He saw a seated on the sidewalk, approximately on car length from the first
subject, later identified as . appeared visibly upset to Captain Perea.
Captain Perea asked if was injured, and stated was not injured.

Captain Perea asked what happened , holding palms about a foot


apart, answered, "The guy, he wanted my bike, and he had a knife this big."

then stated, "You guys saved my life." lowered head and began to
weep.

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Officer Joshua Cabillo 91014

Officer Cabillo was working uniformed patrol with Officer Domonique Ellis #16 14,
assigned the call sign 3D14D. A call came out about a subject chasing someone with a
knife.

The officers proceeded east on 24th Street to southbound Folsom Street. They were about
200 feet south of 24th when he heard about 4 to 5 gunshots from an unknown direction.

Officer Cabillo got out of the car, drawing his firearm, and scanned the area. He noticed
three to four subjects standing on the east curb, and recognized Mission plainclothes
officers. He saw a subject on the ground with his face forward. There was a large knife
two to three inches from the suspect's head. Officer Obidi immediately performed CPR
on the suspect, who had a gunshot wound in the area of his chest. Officer Cabillo
concluded that the officers had fired at the suspect. He radioed for an ambulance.

He became aware of a second subject , and approached to determine who


was. told Officer Cabillo, who is a
"Your officer saved my life!" pointed out the plainclothes officer in tan pants
(Officer Reboli) and told Officer Cabillo to tell the officers, 'thank you.' said
that the suspect had been trying to steal bike.

Officer Domonique Ellis 41614

Officer Ellis was working uniformed patrol with Officer Joshua Cabillo #1004, assigned
the call sign 3D14D. A '222' (Person with a Knife) call was dispatched. A male with a
knife was reportedly chasing . They proceeded east on 24th Street then
turned right onto Folsom Street. She then heard shots fired and put the car in Park.

Officer Cabillo exited the vehicle and ran south on Folsom Street, while she radioed a
'Code 33' (Clear the Air for an Emergency Transmission) and reported an on-view '216'
(Shots Fired) or '217' (Person Shot). She then got out of her car and heard Officer
Cabillo yelling, "Blue on Blue."

She saw a suspect proned on the ground. She went to the suspect, handcuffed and
searched As she was handcuffing the suspect, said, "I have nothing." Another
officer arrived, pushed her aside, and took control of the suspect.

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There was another suspect on the ground, and she noticed some plainclothes officers in
the area. Officer Obidi appeared to be administering CPR to this suspect. Sergeants began
to arrive on the scene.

She did not recall hearing any units come up for the 222 call.

Officer Michael Mayo #23 08

Officer Mayo was working in full uniform as a Housing unit, partnered with Officer
Obidi #2328 and assigned the call sign 3D74, when they began responding to a report of
a Hispanic male with a knife chasing adult. While on their way, he heard an
officer on scene broadcast "Shots fired."

As they pulled up, Officer Mayo saw one Hispanic male laying on Folsom Street,
between two parked vehicles, in front of Folsom Street. When he got out of the car,
he saw Officer Domonique Ellis #2189 attempting to detain a second subject, about 25
feet away from the first subject. He moved toward the second subject to assist Officer
Ellis.

He then moved over to the first subject, where Officer Obidi was administering CPR.
Officer Mayo noticed a large, silver butcher knife lying in the road, about 5 feet away
from this subject and Officer Officer Obidi. Officer Mayo remained with this knife to
secure and preserve it, until he was relieved by Officer Nicholas Buckley #1537, who
remained with the knife until CSI arrived.

Officer Joseph Obidi #2328

Officer Obidi was working in full uniform as a Housing unit, partnered with Officer
Mayo #2308 and assigned the call sign 3D74, when he Dispatch broadcast a call of a man
with a knife chasing Officer Obidi heard a police unit broadcast shots fired,
as just before their arrival on scene.

Proceeding northbound on Folsom Street from 25th Street, Officer Obidi saw an
unmarked police vehicle stopped in front of Folsom Street; there was a marked
police vehicle on scene as well.

Officer Obidi saw an adult male lying face down, with his legs were in between the two
parked cars, with his upper body in the street. The subject (Mr. Perez-Lopez) was

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bleeding from his face. Officer Joshua Cabillo #10 14 informed him that Mr. Perez-Lopez
had been involved in an Officer-Involved Shooting.

Officer Obidi turned Mr. Perez-Lopez over. He was unresponsive and had no pulse.
Officer Obidi began CPR.

While performing CPR, Officer Obidi noticed a large knife approximately three feet from
Mr. Perez-Lopez's head.

SFFD paramedics (Medic #71) arrived on scene and took over Mr. Perez-Lopez's aid.
Officer Obidi then assisted in canvass efforts before assuming custody of the crime scene
log from Officer Larnauti #1996 and maintaining it until he was relieved by Officer
Kovitprakomkul #2177.

stated that heard gunshots and yelling heard four to five gunshots; two
of the shots may have overlapped.

stated that was at Folsom Street when heard


'four rapid popping' noises. f to see several police cars
arriving in the area.

identified as at the community meeting at


Mission Station that followed this Officer-Involved Shooting. stated at that time that
the actions of Mr. Perez-Lopez, as described in the media and the preliminary reports,
seemed out of character. was located and interviewed by Homicide Detail
investigators. stated tha was not in the area at the time of the incident and neither
saw nor heard it.

stated that was Folsom Street when heard


tires screeching outside. then heard four gunshots and someone yelling, "Get on the
ground."

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was Folsom Street when attention was


captured by the sound of sirens. Then heard heard someone yelling "Get down" and
what sounded like four gun shots.

stated that was Folsom Street when heard


the sound of gunshots.

was when heard three gunshots.

was when heard four rapid, loud 'booms.'

was Folsom Street at the time of the incident,


having just arrived heard what recognized as gunshots,
approximately four, apparently coming from .

paused for about five seconds, A


male uniformed officers running from the direction of 24th Street with his gun drawn
giving commands to "Get the flick down" or "Get on the ground." A female officer was
getting out of the patrol car.

saw a person who appeared to be shot and someone looked like he was performing
CPR. saw plainclothes officers walking around with badges hanging around their
necks.

An ambulance arrived and the crew took out a gurney and gear bag. spoke to
, who said didn't have , but also heard four shots and saw
the same officers.

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was Folsom Street. At 23:47


hours on the night of this incident, and
were contacted during a canvass by Sergeant Phillip Gordon #1913 of the
Homicide Detail. The reported that Mr. Perez-Lopez, had
and would normally
by this time. They gave no further indication in the contemporaneous statement that
regarding any concerns that Mr. Perez-Lopez had been involved in an altercation or
might otherwise have been at risk. At this time, they stated that they didn't see anything
and had no knowledge of the incident, but had heard multiple gunshots.
expressed concern however that Mr. Perez-Lopez might have been the person who'd
been shot.

In an interview conducted 10 months later by District Attorney Investigators and


summarized in the DA's report, provided a different narrative, claiming to
have witnessed relevant parts of the incident.

At this time, stated that was sometime after 2 1: 00 hours when


ran in and told that Mr. Perez-Lopez to get a knife,
'because he was going to fight someone in the street.' got dressed and went
outside with hoping to prevent Mr. Perez-Lopez from fighting.

said that ran into the street, and when looked to his left, toward 25th
Street, saw Mr. Perez-Lopez walking on the sidewalk toward the house. His hands
were at his side, and could not see whether Mr. Perez-Lopez had a knife in his hand.

then saw two men get out of a car behind Mr. Perez-Lopez, with their guns drawn.
said that the men walked by Mr. Perez-Lopez, and could see their fronts.
did not see a badge or star on either man. did not hear them identify themselves as
police officers; was unsure whether the men were officers.

saw one of the officers attempt to grab Mr. Perez-Lopez, who slid under the officer.
Mr. Perez-Lopez moved in between the parked cars, where could no longer
see him.

The officer who had attempted to grab appeared to drop his flashlight and
bend down to pick it up. then heard on of the officers yell "Drop the

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weapon!" or "Drop the knife!" The command was followed immediately by gunfire.
tated that the Mr. Perez-Lopez did not have time to drop the knife after
commands were given and the shots heard. ater stated tha heard the knife drop
befor heard the shots fired.

estimated to be 65 to 100 feet away when the shots were fired.


could not see all three men when the shots were fired; said could only see the
officers. said tha did not see at all.

said tha and went back after the shots were fired.
came 'right back out again,' and saw two police officers heading over from the 20, Street
with their guns drawn. One of these two officers came up to told that didn't
see anything, and needed to go inside house. returned t residence.

District Attorney Investigators determined that the position of and


would have been approximately 90feetfrom the location of and Mr.
Perez-Lopez. They further determined that the trunk of a large tree would have
obstructed or blocked their view, inhibiting the ability of either witness to see "(1) at
least some movements made by Perez-Lopez as he travelled north along the passenger
side of the blue Nissan before turning and stepping into the street; (2) Perez-Lopez once
he stepped between the two parked cars; and (3) standing on the
driver's side of the blue Nissan."

was Folsom Street when heard the sound of 6


gunshots fired at a steady pace, followed by the sound of skidding car tires.

was Folsom Street, when heard the sound of gunfire.

was Folsom Street when heard the sounds of gunshots and


yelling. could not make out what was being yelled.

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was Folsom Street) when heard four gunshots.

was Folsom Street, on the west side of the


street. heard yelling from across the street and looked out the window overlooking
the street. saw a "little " on the sidewalk at the front of a vehicle, and another
dressed in black on the street side of the vehicle.

saw a gray sedan parked and what appeared to be two police officers approaching
two subjects, shining their flashlights toward them. One of these subjects was wearing a
grey jacket and a black hat; had a bicycle. The other subject was wearing a black
jacket.

As the officers approached , the subject in the grey jacket began to physically
struggle (a "tussle') with one of the officers; he appeared to be trying to get away.
then noticed that someone had a gun and As was
moving from heard an unknown number of gunshots. thought that
heard the sound of bullets striking .

Two bullet strikes were located by canvassing officers a Folsom Street:


A spent bullet was also
located on the ground in front of Folsom Street.

was at when heard an authoritative command in a


male voice that believed was a police officer. The command was to the effect of
"Stop" or "Get down!" About 2 seconds later, heard approximately 5 or 6 gunshots.

It took a moment to register, then got on the floor of . heard sirens


approaching, and police yelling, so was scared and
.

texted , "Fuck. Shots fired ." checked Twitter


account and saw that someone else had heard the gunshots.

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Things appeared to calm down, so l and poured a


drink. Officers contacted asked if was okay, and asked if saw anything
wrote a statement for the officers.

poke to who told they saw a body on the ground and someone
performing CPR.

stated that when heard a


voice outside apartment telling someone to "Get on the ground." then heard what
sounded like four or five gunshots. Less than half a minute later, heard a sound of
screeching tires, which concluded were police officers arriving on scene.

was on the 2800 block of Folsom Street when


noticed wearing beanies in a heated argument in front of a house on
the block that is slightly set back. believes
and it is a place where people seem to generally hang out and drink.

The were not speaking in English did not understand what they were saying to
each other. The shorter of the —who appeared to be in shorter than
5' 11 ", and wearing all black clothing and a dark beanie—said something to

The also appeared to be more than was wearing a lighter


colored jacket and a dark beanie. appeared to be running from the house or front yard
"very fast" and had an angry look, as said something in to the .
thought it might be an argument over a woman, because t ppeared similar in age.

noticed that was holding a large shiny, "chrome colored"


knife. The blade looked like it was 2-inches wide and 9-inches long. The
began chasing the round a car parked on the west side of the street, as they
yelled at each other. thought, is trying to stab the and has
nothing to defend They were about 100 feet from position.

moved to the cover of a nearby tree. The two appeared to be locked in a "cat
and mouse" chase, and was surprised that the pursuit was continuing. The
ran toward position, closing within about 6 feet, as the

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continued to pursue ith the knife. thought the was trying to


use as cover, and worried that they would "get me in it."

turned and ran to a bus shelter on Folsom Street, where phoned 911.
There was another at this bus stop who was also watching the incident. A
southbound MLJNI bus (on Folsom toward Cesar Chavez) drove into the area and
stopped. described the driver as
recalled telling the bus driver that 'a crazy
guy is trying to stab someone with a knife."

Within two minutes of making the call, could hear sirens. About four minutes after
calling 911, heard three or four heard gunshots; they sounded as if they
came from midblock of Folsom Street, near the house where first observed the
however did not see any flashes or anyone firing.

did not hear anything prior to the gun shots.

stated that was at Folsom Street when heard


multiple gunshots.

stated that was at Folsom Street when heard


five to six gunshots.

was walking southbound with on the east sidewalk of 2800


block of Folsom Street, from 24th Street to 25th Street. and were walking
back to the Folsom Street.

As walked down the street noticed come out of a house and


stand at the gate, in the patio area. believed there was some kind of tension.

noticed a bicycle lying on the ground, obstructing the sidewalk. It was very
dark here, but recalled that someone was near a parked car, on the street side; other

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people were in the area as well, though did not recall them with any specificity.
neither noticed a knife nor a car double parked at this time.

proceeded past the next residence when heard a command to the effect of 'get
down on the ground,' followed by what sounded like four to six gunshots. then
sprinted home without looking back.

was when heard the sound of three rapid gunshots, a short


pause, then two more gunshots. did not see anything or hear anything further.

stated that was Folsom Street when heard four


shots fired.

stated that was Folsom Street when saw


a male police officer in full with his badge visible running on Folsom Street toward 25th
Street. The officer was yelling "stop, stop, stop!," as a man wearing dark clothing was
running toward him. then heard approximately four to six gunshots.

had initially seen this same person running past on the east sidewalk
of Folsom Street.

stated that was Folsom Street at-


approximately 22:00 hours was getting up
when heard someone authoritatively yelling, "Get on the ground" two times in
a loud voice.

heard what sounded like four "pops" closely followed. Then heard sirens going off.

saw one or two uniformed police officers in the area. saw


several police units converging on the area. Fire trucks and ambulances then followed.

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stated that was Folsom Street when heard


five to six gunshots and the sound of yelling.

was when heard loud shouting from


This was followed by gunshots.

and saw a body lying in the street, and a second person in handcuffs.

noticed a vehicle double parked on Folsom Street.

was 24th Street when heard an unknown number


of gunshots.

stated that heard what sounded like gunshots while


Folsom Street,

stated that e heard what sounded like gunshots while


Folsom Street.

was Folsom Street) when heard four to five


gunshots fired at a steady pace.

was with ,
on the east sidewalk of the 2800 block of Folsom Street at about 21:45 hours. They had
While walking back, they noticed some kind of commotion
involving a couple . "It wasn't like they weren't shouting."

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As they continued to walk, noticed two at the house on Folsom


Street that is set back from the street, stopping in a patio area by the front wall.

As walked past the next house, observed a bicycle on the ground, in the middle of
the sidewalk. There were in this area. As walked around the
bicycle, vaguely recalled seeing someone on the street side of a parked car. "They
were separated by some distance from each other and they weren't saying anything."
did not notice a knife or a car double parked on the street. It was quiet at this time; no one
was saying anything.

continued walking past the next residence, perhaps 25 feet past the bike. then
heard someone yell "Get on the ground" twice; from the command, thought this was
probably a police officer. then heard between four and six gunshots. sprinted
north on Folsom Street, away from the scene.

was Folsom Street when heard the sound of three


gunshots.

stated that was Folsom Street when heard


what sounded like five gunshots.

identified at the community meeting


at Mission Station that followed this Officer-Involved Shooting. stated at that time
that the actions of Mr. Perez-Lopez, as described in the media and the preliminary
reports, seemed out of character.

In a telephonic interview with Sergeant Anthony Ravano (Homicide Detail) on March 4,


2015, stated that had dropped off Mr. Perez-Lopez less than an hour
before the shooting took place. said that Mr. Perez-Lopez was not intoxicated. .
said that it was understanding that the argument between and Mr.
Perez-Lopez's occurred because stole Mr. Perez-Lopez's cellphone.
was not present at the time of the incident and did not directly witness any of the
events that transpired.

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According to the Medical Examiner's Toxicology Report, Mr. Perez-Lopez 's

The District Attorney's Report cites the opinion of Dr. Nikolas Lemos (Office of
the Medical Examiner), who conducted the toxicological analysis, "

"

Mr. Perez-Lopez 's celiphone was in possession of the decedent, and it was seized at the
scene by Medical Examiner investigators and turned over to SFPD investigators.

Available video could not corroborate assertion that was at the scene
less than an hour before the shooting.

is a who was
24
at approximately Mission and th Streets. was westbound on 24th from
Harrison Street. While with Folsom Street, heard what
sounded like four or five gunshots to left, from the area of 24th and Folsom Streets.
Immediately after noticed the sounds of sirens approaching. looked to left and
heard indiscernible yelling.

waited 45 seconds to a minute later, then turned southbound onto Folsom Street on
the east sidewalk and stopped in front of Folsom Street. saw a standing
"on" a mountain bike on the east sidewalk, and several police officers in the street,
between two cars.

did not hear anything prior to the gunshots, nor did see anything.

Mission Street, between 20 and


25th Streets.

stated that he was Folsom Street when heard


what the sound of gunshots.

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was identified by others as a possible witness. told police investigators,


however, that did not see the event. stated tha was working with attorneys and
community members and provided no further information to SFPD investigators.

was Folsom Street when heard the sound of gunfire.

was Folsom Street when heard what sounded like five


gunshots, followed by undiscernible commands in a loud voice. did not see anything
or hear anything further.

stated that was Folsom Street, with the


Folsom Street
. "always" hears loud noise emanating from this residence; stated
"those guys are constantly drinking and shouting." Normally is able to just "tunes it
out."

On the night of the incident, however attention was caught because "something
happened." It sounded "aggressive;" "they were arguing." heard a yelping-like
sound, and someone was saying, "Shh," as if to calm the situation down.

looked saw a with a silver bicycle at


the gate, walking bike toward 25th Street stated that was not one of the
residents . appeared to be walking alone; view was obstructed, but the
was not saying anything nor could see anyone. watched until was
out of view.

Everything seemed calm, but a moment later, someone was yelling, "Call 9-1-1" in
English.

The heard someone yelling loudly, "Get down on the grass." stated that
later concluded that misheard this and believes the person actually yelled, "Get

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down on the ground," as there is no grass in this area.) The yelling was followed by
about 4 or 5 rapid gunshots, after a pause of a couple of seconds.

about a minute later, thinking the neighbors were lighting


firecrackers. heard loud male voices yelling did not see any police cars.

went to the front door, and neighbors were beginning to come outside.

was Folsom Street when heard the sound of


sirens, followed by several loud sounds that reminded of fireworks. then heard
someone yelling, "Get down!"

stated that heard 3 or 4 loud noises, which thought might be gunshots,


while Folsom Street.

was Folsom Street. At 23:47


hours on the night of this incident, and
were contacted during a canvass by Sergeant Phillip Gordon #1913 of the
Homicide Detail. The reported that Mr. Perez-Lopez,
and would normally have
They gave no further indication in the contemporaneous statement that
regarding any concerns that Mr. Perez-Lopez had been involved in an altercation or
might otherwise have been at risk. At this time, they stated that they didn't see anything
and had no knowledge of the incident, but had heard multiple gunshots.
expressed concern however that Mr. Perez-Lopez might have been the person who'd
been shot.

In an interview conducted 10 months later by District Attorney Investigators and


summarized in the DA's report, provided a different narrative, claiming to
have witnessed relevant parts of the incident.

now stated that had been l t approximately 2 1: 00 hours


to get something to eat, when aw Mr. Perez-Lopez in the company of

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recognized from prior contacts as a person who occasionally gets


drunk outside and makes noise.

stated that returned about 15 to 20 minutes later to find z


blocking Mr. Perez-Lopez's path Folsom Street. was asking Mr.
Perez-Lopez if at the house. As told o stop causing
problems, Mr. Perez-Lopez began to walk away suddenly turned back around, vault a
small fence and sprint into the residence.

Mr. Perez-Lopez came back out of the house holding a knife began chasing after
asking "Aren't you macho?" watched Mr. Perez-Lopez chase toward
the corner of Folsom and 24th Streets, out of sight. told investigators
thought they were "kind of joking around."

stated, however, tha ran into and told the


hat Mr. Perez-Lopez had run out of the house with a knife and was chasing "
with the " and went outside to the
fence and stood side-by-side. saw Perez-Lopez coming back toward the
house; appeared to still be holding the knife. did not see anywhere.

stated that then saw two men approach Mr. Perez-Lopez from behind.
believed the men to be police officers; howeve did not recall seeing their stars
displayed or hearing them identify themselves as police. One officer positioned himself
near a tree with his back to and ; did not see his
chest. The other approached Mr. Perez-Lopez from the sidewalk. stated that
was about 45-60 feet away from Mr. Perez-Lopez and "couldn't see clearly in that
instant." told DA investigators that one of the men attempted to grab Mr.
Perez-Lopez from behind, but Mr. Perez-Lopez got away. The officers pointed their guns
at Mr. Perez-Lopez, and he heard them each yell, "Drop the knife!" stated
that did not know how Mr. Perez-Lopez reacted to the commands. later explained
that at this moment, a truck passed by, obstructing ability to observe, and "in that
instant, we couldn't see exactly what it was that he did. Like I'm telling you, we heard
the sound of the knife. There was a truck that, well, almost covered him."

stated tha and both heard a sound that presumed was the knife
hitting the ground; however did not see what actually created this sound. said that
almost simultaneously to hearing the sound heard the sound of shots fired. was not

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certain of the sequence of sounds, explaining that it happened "really fast." In response to
questions about the timing answered "...well, the knife dropped. At the same time,
they release their bullets."

District Attorney Investigators determined that the position of and


would have been approximately 90feetfrom the location of and Mr.
Perez-Lopez. They further determined that the trunk of a large tree would have
obstructed or blocked their view, inhibiting the ability of either witness to see "(1) at
least some movements made by Perez-Lopez as he travelled north along the passenger
side of the blue Nissan before turning and stepping into the street, (2) Perez-Lopez once
he stepped between the two parked cars; and (3) standing on the
driver's side of the blue Nissan."

is a person who was


on Folsom Street when approached and told that some were running
around with knives and trying to stick each other. The was on the phone.

listened to talking on the phone and looked down the street, where saw
running around the cars, chasing each other. appeared to be
; one was taller than the other.

As watched, the taller one got the short one against a garage. One of the pushed
the other noticed the taller had a knife, but they both appeared to have
something. The shorter appeared to be wrapping something around arm.

While this was occurring, heard a tire screech from 25th Street. A police officer got
out and said, "Stop right there." heard gunfire, then saw police officers come from
th
24 Street.

While heard a commotion out front, followed by what


sounded like between four and six gunshots. This was followed by a sound of a male
yelling, but could not discern what was being shouted then called 9-1-1 to report
the gun shots did not see anything.

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Medical Examiner's Report

Assistant Medical Examiner Dr. Ellen Moffatt, M.D. performed an autopsy on Mr. Perez-
Lopez beginning on February 27, 2015. She prepared a report under the assigned case
number 2015-0223, signing it on June 12, 2015.

Dr. Moffatt's autopsy identified six (6) gunshot wounds to Mr. Perez-Lopez, described in
her report as 3 penetrating and 3 perforating trajectories. The six gunshot wounds
identified by Dr. Moffat, described in detail in the Medical Examiner's report, are
identified as follows (the numbering is not intended to suggest the order in which the
injuries occurred):

1. The entry wound is on the left side of the head (labeled "A" in Medical Examiner
photographs), and the exit wound is on the right side of the head (identified as
"El" in Medical Examiner photographs). The trajectory is back to front, left to
right, and slightly downward. There was no soot, stippling or unburned
gunpowder on the skin surrounding the defects.

2. The entry wound is on the left side of the back (labeled "B" in Medical Examiner
photographs). The trajectory was back to front, slightly downward, with little
significant travel either left or right. There was no exit wound; a projectile was
extracted. There was no soot, stippling or unburned gunpowder on the skin
surrounding the defect.

3. The entry wound is on the right side of the back (labeled "C" in Medical
Examiner photographs). The trajectory is back to front, right to left, and slightly
downward. There was no exit wound; a projectile was extracted. There was no
soot, stippling or unburned gunpowder on the skin surrounding the defect.

4. The entry wound is on the approximately mid-back, about two inches right of the
mid-line (labeled "D" in Medical Examiner photographs). The bullet partially
exited outside the right shoulder area, near the armpit (identified as "G" in
Medical Examiner photographs). A projectile was extracted. The trajectory is left
to right, slightly upward, and neither frontward or backward. There was no soot,
stippling or unburned gunpowder on the skin surrounding the defects.

5. The entry wound is near mid-back, below entry wound #4, approximately 1-5/8"
right of the mid-line (labeled "E" in Medical Examiner photographs). The exit

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wound is the front-right side of the decedent (labeled "I" in Medical Examiner
photographs). The trajectory is back to front, left to right, and neither significantly
upward or downward. There was no soot, stippling or unburned gunpowder on the
skin surrounding the defects.

6. The entry wound is the back of the right upper arm/triceps area (labeled "F" in
Medical Examiner photographs), and the exit wound is the right upper arm/biceps
area (labeled "J" in Medical Examiner photographs). The trajectory is back to
front, and neither significantly upward or downward nor left or right. There was
no soot, stippling or unburned gunpowder on the skin surrounding the defects.

The Medical Examiner's report included a Toxicology Report by Dr. Nikolas Lemos,
Ph.D. Testing and analysis of blood samples from Mr. Perez-Lopez

In conclusion, Dr. Moffatt lists the cause of death as "MULTIPLE GUNSHOT


WOUNDS." She identifies

Findings of the District Attorney

The Office of the District Attorney was notified of the Officer Involved Shooting and
initiated an independent investigation on March 15, 2013. Investigators from the Office
of the District Attorney responded to the scene and participated in the criminal
interviews.

The investigative findings of the Homicide Detail were reviewed by the Office of the
District Attorney—in addition to the findings of their own investigation—for
consideration of any possible criminal charges.

On April 12, 2017, District Attorney George Gascón announced that his office had
declined to press criminal charges against the involved officers in this incident, holding a
press conference and releasing a 25-page summary report titled, Summary of
Investigation and LegalAnalysis of the Fatal Shooting ofAmilcar Perez-Lopez on
February 26, 2015.

In declining to charge Officer Reboli and Officer Tiffe, Mr. Gascon noted that the
following evidence was compelling in his decision:

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• Witness statements, particularly:


a Victim A ;
o Witnesses D
);
o Witness officers
• Videos obtained from MUM;
• Videos obtained from
• ShotSpotter recording;
• Scene photos;
• SFPD Crime Scene Investigations;
• Autopsy and Toxicology reports.

The District Attorney devoted significant time and resources to the thorough examination
of these issues, including analysis by Force Science and Use of Force experts, as well as
the engagement of reconstruction specialists. In the summary report of his investigation
of this incident, the District Attorney's found that "[o]nly two key points were subject to
dispute." First, the investigation examined how Mr. Perez-Lopez could be facing Officer
Reboli when Officer Reboli fired, if the bullets had struck the suspect in the back.
Second, the investigation examined whether Mr. Perez-Lopez was whether or not Mr.
Perez-Lopez was holding his knife when the officers fired.

Review of Statement-Evidence Inconsistencies Identified by the District Attorney

The summary report of the District Attorney's comprehensive investigation refers to two
areas of "dispute" related to the Officer Tiffe' s and Officer Reboli' s accounts. The
District Attorney noted that "These two areas were subject to intense analysis, including
close examination by a use of force expert."

The first concern raised regards Officer Reboli' s statements that he fired as Mr. Perez-
Lopez came toward, and as addressed in the prior section of this report. In both the
criminal and administrative interviews, Officer Reboli, who was northeast of Mr. Perez-
Lopez, stated that that the suspect stepped forward, swinging his knife, then started to
turn as he went into the act of firing his weapon. In both interviews, Officer Reboli
described the suspect turning to the west, and moving between between the cars. The
District Attorney's own Use of Force expert notes that during the shooting process, Mr.
Perez-Lopez started to turn and that the actions of Officer Reboli were "objectively

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reasonable and consistent with accepted standards of police polices, practices, and
training."

The second concern raised regards the statements made to investigators by


with respect to when the suspect dropped his knife.
who stated was located 90 feet from the location of the shooting, stated that could
not see the shooting, but heard something that "could be the knife" fall at
approximately the same time tha heard shots fired. who stated that
was in the same location as stated that could not see the shooting, but
heard the sound of a knife falling before heard gunfire. It must be noted that both
and gave different statements to SFPD investigators at the time of
the incident; the District Attorney's interview was conducted months after the incident.
The resting location of Mr. Perez-Lopez's weapon—recorded not only by CSI video and
photography, but in photo taken moments after the shooting—
supports the officers' account that the suspect dropped his knife after they fired. Officer
Reboli's radio and flashlight had fallen to the ground during the shooting; Officer Reboli
stated that he considered throwing his radio at the knife-wielding suspect just prior to
drawing his firearm. The District Attorney report also allows "for the possibility" that the
sound heard was actually Officer Reboli' s radio.

With respect to the first matter, the Office of the District Attorney summarized in a
release:

According to the use of force expert, this inconsistency can be reconciled by


reference to studies relating to action versus reaction time and the
mechanics of shooting accurately. In effect, Officer Reboli may have
accurately recalled that Perez-Lopez was facing him when he made the
decision and started shooting, but based on reaction time, Perez-Lopez
would have been able to turn 90 to 180 degrees by the time the bullets hit
him. The use of force expert further explained that once Officer Reboli
decided to shoot, his focus would have turned to the mechanics of shooting
accurately. As a result, the shooter's recollection of the event will be more
specific to what caused him to shoot, rather than what the target was doing
after the decision to shoot was made. The use of force expert concluded that
Officer Reboli would not have had time to note the specific position of
Perez-Lopez's body during that firing sequence.

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With respect to the second matter, the Office of the District Attorney summarized:

Officer Reboli said he saw the knife in Perez-Lopez's hand as he fired his
weapon and then saw the knife fall from Perez-Lopez's grip and watched as
it came to rest in the street. Officer Tiffe said that, after hearing the shots
fired by Officer Reboli, he saw Perez-Lopez raise the knife as he took a step
between the two parked cars, at which point he fired one shot to prevent
Perez-Lopez from stabbing . However,
both reported hearing the sound of a knife fall, with one of them
placing the sound the moment before the gunfire and the other placing the
sound simultaneous with the gunfire.

After careful analysis, the District Attorney's Office concluded that the
weight of the evidence is consistent with the officers' statements that Perez-
Lopez was still holding the knife when they discharged their firearms.
Additionally, even if the knife had been dropped "a moment" before shots
were fired, the weight of evidence would still support the officers'
reasonable belief that Perez-Lopez was still holding the knife when they
fired their weapons.

The District attorney cited the location from which the knife was recovered as
additional evidence to support the officers. Had it been dropped before shots were
fired, the knife would likely have been located in the area of the sidewalk, rather
than its actual position of rest, in the northbound lane of traffic.

In his final report, Summary of Investigation and Legal Analysis of the Fatal Shooting of
Amilcar Perez-Lopez on February 26, 2015, District Attorney George Gascon arrived at
the following conclusion:

Based on the facts, circumstances and applicable law in the matter, there is
insufficient evidence to file any criminal charges against Officer Reboli or
Officer Tiffe.

Homicide Detail's Investigative Summary

Sergeant Anthony Ravano prepared a memorandum summarizing his completed criminal


investigation, dated April 17, 2017. This was approved through the chain of command
and forwarded to the Internal Affairs Division, received July 11, 2017.

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Administrative Investigation

Upon notification of the Officer Involved Shooting, the Internal Affairs Division of the
San Francisco Police Department initiated an administrative investigation into the
incident. Sergeants John Crudo #1694 and Jayme Campbell #759 responded to the scene;
Sergeant Crudo was assigned the administrative investigation. Lt. Robert Yick #1264
also responded to the scene from TAD.

Assistant Director Brick Balthazar and Investigator Steve Ball responded to the scene
from the then-named Office of Citizen Complaints (now the Department of Police
Accountability or DPA). An independent administrative investigation was subsequently
initiated and assigned to DPA investigator David Aulet. The status or findings of the
independent investigation is not known.

Post-Discharge Actions

Officers Tiffe and Reboli were placed on administrative assignment immediately


following the incident, in accordance with Department policy, as set forth in Department
General Order 8.11.G.4, as follows:

Officers who discharge a firearm in an officer-involved shooting will be


reassigned to his or her respective Bureau Headquarters. Officers shall not
return to regular assignment for a minimum of 10 calendar days. This
reassignment is administrative only and in no way shall be considered
punitive.

While on administrative assignment, Officer Brown completed a mandated Critical


Incident Response Team (CIRT) debriefing, in accordance with Department General
Order 8.04. This was conducted at Mission Station on Tuesday, March 3, 2015.

Officers Reboli and Tiffe responded to the Lake Merced Range on March 5, 2015 for a
post-discharge weapon debrief. Officer Nicholas Shihadeh #1612 conducted this
debriefing, reviewing and ensure the proper manipulation and operation of the officers'
replacement firearm. Related Department policies and procedures were reviewed.

On Thursday, March 5, 2013, Deputy Chief Sharon Ferrigno convened a Return to Duty
panel to consider whether to recommend to Chief Suhr the return of Officer Reboli and

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Officer Tiffe to their regular assignments. Lieutenant Alexa O'Brien, commanding the
Homicide Detail, provided a summary of the initial findings of the criminal investigation.
After consideration of the debriefings and the preliminary investigation, the Return to
Duty panel recommended to Chief Gregory Suhr that Officer Reboli and Officer Tiffe
return to their regular duties after each had satisfactorily completed recommended FOS
and Range debriefings, and after 10 calendar days had elapsed, in accordance with DGO
8.11(II)(G)(4).

Chief Suhr concurred with the Return to Duty panel's recommendations and forwarded a
letter, dated March 5, 2015, to Police Commission President Suzy Loftus. The Chief's
decision was presented to the Police Commission on March 11, 2015. Thereafter,
Officers Reboli and Tiffe were permitted to return to their regular assignments.

Training & Experience

The work assignment and training records of the involved officers were reviewed as part
of this investigation.

Officer Eric Reboli

Officer Reboli entered the Academy on . He was assigned to


Tenderloin Station as his Field Training station. On ,
he was transferred to Ingleside Station, where he served his Probation. The majority of
this time was spent in patrol. He was permanently assigned to Mission Station on
He has been at Mission Station since then, except for the period of

He was reassigned from uniformed patrol to plainclothes investigations


approximately one year after arriving at Mission Station (2008) and remained in that
assignment until the time of his O.I.S.

Officer Craig Tiffe

Officer Tiffe entered the Academy on . He was assigned to Southern


Station as his Field Training station. he was
transferred to Ingleside Station, where he served his Probation. The majority of this time
was spent in patrol. He was permanently assigned to Mission Station on
He has remained at Mission Station. He was reassigned from uniformed patrol to

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plainclothes investigations in 2008 and remained in that assignment until the night of the
O.I.S.

Administrative Interviews

Internal Affairs Division investigators (handling the administrative investigation of case


number OTS 2013-003) re-interviewed the involved officers.

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Officer Reboli

On March 11, 2015, Sergeant Crudo conducted a compelled administrative interview of


Officer Reboli. Sergeant Eric Altorfer #151 of the Internal Affairs Division assisted in the
conduct of this interview. Officer Reboli was represented at this interview by POA
attorney Peter Furst. With the knowledge and consent of Officer Reboli, Mr. Furst also
had Ms. Teresa Shumacher, a law student, assisting him during this interview. Ms.
Shumacher remained present during this interview. Sergeant Crudo conducted a
compelled interview of Officer Reboli, advising the officer of his peace officer rights and
provided a Lybarger Admonition.

Prior to this interview, Officer Reboli had been provided a copy of his interview with
criminal investigators. In his administrative interview, stated the following:

Officer Reboli confirmed that he reviewed the recording of his voluntary interview with
criminal investigators prior to his administrative interview. In a series of questions,
Officer Reboli then confirmed foundational information provided during the criminal
interview including his service history, attire at the time of the incident, and equipment in
his possession. On the night of the incident, Officer Reboli's star was clipped on his belt,
next to his holster, and his sweatshirt was tucked in to expose the star. He wore a case
containing a set of handcuffs and one fully loaded spare magazine on his belt, a
Department-issued Kubaton (impact weapon) in his rear right pocket, a canister of
Department-issued oleoresin capsicum ('O.C.') spray in his left rear pocket, and his hand
held PlC radio (also in his back left pocket). His firearm had a .40 caliber cartridge
chambered in the weapon, and a fully loaded magazine containing twelve (12) more
rounds in the well.

Officer Reboli discussed his arrival on scene. He explained that when he first arrived on
Folsom Street, he saw running mid-block. They first appeared as silhouettes.
The officers drove toward the As they were stopping the vehicle, Officer Reboli lost
sight of them. As Officer Reboli got out of the car, stepped between the two
cars, and leaned against the hood of the blue car, folding hands. Officer Reboli said
that "appeared to be exhausted, breathing quite heavily." He told Officer Tiffe,
"There's one " and moved toward Officer Reboli did not know where the
second subject, Mr. Perez-Lopez, had gone. As he approached, Officer Reboli could see
that eyes were darting back and forth from Officer Reboli, approaching on
the street, to something on the sidewalk.

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When Officer Reboli closed within five feet of he identified himself, saying,
"Police." Then—because the nature of the call—he grabbed the upper arms of
and pulled the elbows together, effectively pinning arms back. Facing south, looking
over the parked car, Officer Reboli saw Officer Tiffe addressing Mr. Perez-Lopez. He
saw Officer Tiffe's mouth moving, but could not hear what he was saying. Mr. Perez-
Lopez had his back to Officer Reboli.

Officer Reboli said something to the effect of, 'Let's get on the sidewalk.' was
compliant and responded to Officer Reboli's direction, turning left and beginning to walk
forward to the sidewalk. They had taken two or three steps, when Officer Reboli realized
Officer Tiffe was engaged in a physical altercation. Officer Tiffe was position on the
- -
sidewalk, approximately in line with the rear passenger wheel of the parked blue Nissan
Rogue, and Mr. Perez-Lopez was at the edge of the curb, slightly northwest of Officer
Tiffe, near the rear passenger door of the vehicle.

Officer Reboli concluded that who had appeared fatigued and been compliant,
"was not appearing to be any type of threat; whereas, [Mr. Perez-Lopez] was resisting
and struggling with my partner, so he was the physical, immediate threat to my partner's
life and safety." Officer Tiffe and Mr. Perez-Lopez were in a "kind of a swirling or
circular sort of confrontation," swinging leverage against one another.

Officer Reboli disengaged from releasing toward the street, and heading
directly to assist Officer Tiffe. As he closed within five feet of the physical altercation,
roughly in the middle of sidewalk, he caught sight of the Mr. Perez-Lopez's knife for the
first time.

I saw Officer Tiffe physically, like, push away. lunge backwards. His
. .

hands immediately came up to shoulder-face level. Again, I described it as


if you're doing an
Craig had lunged
backwards, and I saw the suspect slashing in a circular motion with a very
large silver knife, directly at Craig, and then the knife came up to roughly
my eye level.

Officer Reboli later described the knife he saw. "It looked like. looked like a miniature
. .

machete. It was. it looked like a foot, if not larger. Silver. Fixed blade, almost like a
. .

professional kitchen utensil."

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As he described the life-threatening assault, Officer Reboli made slashing motions


mimicking the attack. He drew he swung his arm laterally from side-to-side at waist
level, then ripped rapidly upward. Officer Reboli confirmed that this was the motion that
he witnessed, and that the blade of the knife was upward, to the top of Mr. Perez-Lopez's
right hand, pointing at Officer Tiffe.

Officer Reboli stated that Mr. Perez-Lopez pressed his attack, as Officer Tiffe retreated,
lunging backward and twisting away to avoid being stabbed.

.the best way I can describe it is [Officer Tiffe] was just lunging out of
• .

the way of the knife that was being swung at him. So he was falling,
almost.. .like. .1 don't know if you've seen the movie The Matrix, that
.

movie where the guy falls backwards. That's almost what it looked like.-

Officer Tiffe retreated to the southeast, near edge of the sidewalk, at the building line, as
Mr. Perez-Lopez continued to advance, swinging his knife back and forth in the direction
of Officer Tiffe in a violent slashing motion.

As Officer Reboli closed in from the north of the suspect, recognizing that Officer Tiffe
was in a defensive mode against an edged weapon assault. Officer Reboli knew he could
not tackle the suspect because of the exposed weapon, but he recognized the immediate
deadly threat to Officer Tiffe. While the suspect was narrowly focused on Officer Tiffe,
Officer Reboli attempted to close
' in, intending to use body force, described as a "front
kick or side kick" to knock the suspect to the ground or at least create some distance
between Officer Tiffe and the suspect.

Officer Reboli stated:

Again, just due to the close proximity during the struggle and the way I
saw the knife being slashed at him, I believed one hundred percent that
Craig had stabbed. .had been injured. cut in some manner.
. . .

As Officer Reboli closed in to assist Officer Tiffe, however, Mr. Perez-Lopez shifted his
attention to Officer Reboli. Having completed another swipe of his blade laterally across
the front of Officer Tiffe, from his right (south) to left (north), then upward, Mr. Perez-
Lopez "kind of looks and sees me, and then he turns and runs directly at me."

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Officer Reboli stated that the blade was held at his eye level as Mr. Perez-Lopez held the
blade up to the officer's eye level as he turned north. "The moment I saw that knife, and
he was turning and running at me, I immediately stopped, and then I lunged backwards
myself."

Officer Reboli yelled commands to the effect of "Police, Drop the knife! Drop the knife!"
at the advancing suspect, while he hopped backward to the northeast and pivoted, turning
clockwise. As he first moved backward, Officer Reboli briefly considered drawing his
O.C.; he even considered throwing his radio at the advancing suspect. By the time his feet
were set under him, with the armed suspect between 5 and 10 feet away, he drew his
firearm. He explained that the firearm was now his only reasonable force option.

Just because of the close proximity to the suspect and myself, the suspect
having a very large knife. The distance between him and I was so short,
O.C. wouldn't have worked even if I had gotten it out of my pocket. I
don't think I would have had the ability to train it on and strike him in the
eyes, before he could advance onto me. Or even being able to draw my
Kubaton or impact weapon it just would have been. because his knife
. .

was so long, that it would have been pointless.

In response to questioning, Officer Reboli discussed the reasonable application of each


permissible force option. Verbal commands were not effective. He elaborated that the use
of physical controls, the Kubaton or the carotid restraint would have exposed him
unreasonably to deadly attack. "He could easily be stabbing you in any variety of
locations that would kill you, if not render you ineffective."

Making continuous cross-slashing motions with his knife, Mr. Perez-Lopez maintained a
roughly face-to-face orientation with the Officer Reboli, who was attempting to retreat
and twist away in order to create space.

as I'm lunging backward, I'm tracking him, you know what I mean?
I'm keeping my shoulders to him, as he's doing the same. So, he's not
running, like, past me; he's running with the knife, and he's keeping me in
front of him. So he's almost side-shifting, you know what I mean? Like a
football-type drill, but he's keeping the knife in between me and him and
he's moving the knife around.

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In response to questioning, Officer Reboli stated that he was aware that the suspect was
clear to the north, all the way to the corner, and the suspect had a clear avenue of escape.
Mr. Perez-Lopez, however, continued to press forward menacingly in a roughly
northeasterly direction, toward Officer Reboli. Officer Reboli, narrowly focused on the
deadly threat, did not see either Officer Tiffe or He knew that had
last been located on Folsom Street near the front of the Nissan Rogue; he knew that
Officer Tiffe had been to his south on the sidewalk.

Mr. Perez-Lopez stopped moving forward, approximately five feet from Officer Reboli,
facing approximately eastward. He then looked to the right (south), in the general
direction of Officer Tiffe' s position, before he turned his gaze southwest, in the direction
of where had been.

When he stops, he's facing me with the knife. He then looks in the
direction that Craig is in, and again, I'm thinking Craig is on the ground
hurt and then the suspect looks over his right shoulder, across the hood of
the vehicle, and it looks like he locks in on something or someone. So my
fleeting thought is that's where the person that I grabbed was at,

Mr. Perez-Lopez was holding the knife in his right hand, with the blade pointed upward,
toward the top of his fist, and his arm was held out at approximately a 45-degree angle.
Officer Reboli yelled another order to drop the knife. Mr. Perez-Lopez, his eyes locked
on believed location, raised his right hand to shoulder level, bringing the
knife higher and cocking it backward in what Officer Reboli compared to "almost like a
pitching motion." As he did so, Mr. Perez-Lopez was also rotating to his right
(clockwise), into what appeared to Officer Reboli to resemble a bladed or canted
position.

Officer Reboli described this moment:

[Mr. Perez-Lopez] doesn't advance towards me, but he is... again, he's
turned, and he raises the knife, and he's kind of looking at me. And the
moment the knife comes up, I read it as an act of aggression. Again, I'm
only five or six feet away from the subject. He's not listening to my
command to drop the knife, but instead, he's done the opposite. So I
feared for my life and my safety. I feared that if I was in some. some way
. .

incapacitated, Officer Tiffe' s life would be placed in immediate harm, as

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well as the subject who was the victim in the original incident, just based
on the close proximity to the. .to where we were all at.
.

Officer Reboli fired his Department-issued handgun at Mr. Perez-Lopez, using point-
shoot aim, rather than acquiring sights. He stated that "as I was firing, the suspect kind of
turned." Mr. Perez-Lopez, moving west, took several steps forward in front of the parked
blue Nissan Rogue, toward Folsom Street and last known position. Officer
Reboli fired an unknown number of times at the suspect. Mr. Perez-Lopez fell forward,
and the knife fell away from him.

Officer Reboli described his narrow focus on the Mr. Perez-Lopez's


weapon, but he stated that when he fired to the west-southwest, his
backdrop was clear. "Folsom Street was clear. There was no vehicle
traffic; there appeared to me to be no pedestrian traffic, but this all
happened with seconds from the time we got out of the vehicle until we
stopped firing, so.

Officer Reboli stated that he stopped firing when he saw Mr. Perez-Lopez falling to the
ground near the front of the Nissan, because the suspect was no longer an immediate
threat. Officer Reboli stated that he tracked Mr. Perez-Lopez to the ground. His attention
was then captured by the sound of screaming, seemingly from the west side of
Folsom Street.

He headed over to Officer Tiffe, made sure that he was okay. Officer Tiffe was standing
near Officer Reboli's radio and flashlight, both of which had fallen to the ground,
unbeknownst to him. Satisfied that Officer Tiffe had not been physically injured, he
directed his partner to broadcast the location. Officer Reboli recovered his dropped
equipment from the sidewalk.

He crossed the street and conducted a down range search for any additional casualties. As
he moved across the street, Officer Reboli realized his weapon was unholstered. As he
attempted to de-cock and holster, he experienced difficulty with his dexterity and had to
use both hands to decock and holster the handgun. His search on the west side of Folsom
Street was negative, and he returned to the suspect.

Officer Reboli recalled that he secured the suspect, handcuffing him, after the shooting.
He stated that he did this "only because the knife was still in close proximity." He
believes that he handcuffed Mr. Perez-Lopez after checking for additional casualties, but

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he could not confidently recall the order. He could hear sirens and saw officers
responding to the scene. He thought that Officer Cabillo and his partner were the first
officers he saw on scene.

Officer Reboli stepped away from Mr. Perez-Lopez, turning in the direction of
He saw that was now seated by the rear of the blue Nissan Rogue, handcuffed.
An officer was standing by

Officer Reboli's attention went back to Mr. Perez-Lopez. He saw that Officer Obidi was
performing CPR on him.

Sergeant Anthony Montoya arrived very quickly on scene, with the first few officers. He
separated Officer Reboli and collected a Public Safety Statement. He was then
transported by Officer Brent Bradford to Mission Station. Alexandra Medina #1569
responded to Mission Station to offer CIRT services. He was photographed by CSI at
Mission Station in the attire that he was wearing at the time of the incident.

Officer T iffe

On March 31, 2015, Sergeant Crudo conducted a compelled administrative interview of


Officer Tiffe. Sergeant Eric Altorfer #151 of the Internal Affairs Division assisted in the
conduct of this interview. Officer Tiffe was represented at this interview by POA attorney
Michael Whelan. Sergeant Crudo conducted a compelled interview of Officer Tiffe,
advising the officer of his peace officer rights and provided a Lybarger Admonition.

Prior to this interview, Officer Reboli had been provided a copy of his interview with
criminal investigators. In his administrative interview, stated the following:

Officer Tiffe confirmed that he reviewed the recording of his voluntary interview with
criminal investigators prior to his administrative interview. In a series of questions,
Officer Tiffe then confirmed foundational information provided during the criminal
interview including his service history, attire at the time of the incident, and equipment in
his possession. On the night of the incident, his star was hanging from a chain worn
outside of his black windbreaker, positioned approximately in front of his sternum. He
was His PlC radio was clipped in
his back left pocket, with the handset connected to his left front pocket. He carried
handcuffs in a pocket, because the case he'd been issued was failing. Officer Tiffe also
brought along two spare magazines, a collapsible baton, and a canister of oleoresin

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capsicum ('O.C.') spray with him; this equipment was stored in a gear bag he kept in his
vehicle, rather than on his person. His firearm had a .40 caliber cartridge chambered in
the weapon, and a fully loaded magazine containing twelve (12) more rounds in the well.

Officer Tiffe stated that he was in the passenger seat responding to a call about a
Hispanic male armed with a knife chasing He recalled the suspect
description as approximately chasing
on north on Folsom Street from 24th Street. As they approached the location,
Officer Reboli alerted Officer Tiffe , near the middle of the 2800 block of
Folsom Street, on the east side.

Initially, Officer Tiffe could only see , standing in the street, facing
east. was next to a blue car. Officer Reboli stopped in the northboundlane of Folsom
Street, about a carlength south of the blue car. The officers exited, and now Officer
Reboli could see (Mr. Perez-Lopez). was on the opposite side of the
blue car, near the passenger side mirror. The appeared to be squared up against
each other, separated by the car.

Officer Tiffe stated that Officer Reboli headed toward the driver's side subject, and he
headed toward the Mr. Perez-Lopez, whom he described as a Hispanic male,
repeating, "Police!"

As he neared the curbline by the rear bumper of the blue car, Mr. Perez-Lopez made eye
contact with Officer Tiffe. Officer Tiffe stated that Mr. Perez-Lopez made no
acknowledgement of the officer; there appeared to be no recognition. He explained:

We were looking at each other in the eyes, and he doesn't understand me.
So, one.. .as I said before, I've been in the Mission for a long time. I've
dealt with people that I can't communicate, because we speak different
languages. I didn't really get that sense. I just.. .1 got a sense,
like.. because normally, I think I even said in the Homicide interview, that
.

I believe at some point, I grabbed my star, and I'm, like, trying to get him
to focus. He's looking me in the eye, and he's like looking right through
me, as if I'm talking, and he's not even hearing what I'm saying.

Officer Tiffe was aware that Officer Reboli had made contact with the other subject, and
he appeared to be okay. His focused attention was now drawn almost exclusively to Mr.
Perez-Lopez. Officer Tiffe was approaching Mr. Perez-Lopez from the south; Mr. Perez-

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Lopez was facing roughly west, with his right hand down to his side. Officer Tiffe could
not see Mr. Perez-Lopez's right hand. Officer Tiffe gave commands to Mr. Perez-Lopez
to back away from the car.

Mr. Perez-Lopez raised his left hand up to shoulder height, in the direction of Officer
Tiffe. Officer Tiffe saw this as an opportunity to safely detain the subject. He explained:

I can't see his right hand. I don't know if he has something there. I need to
get him away from the car. I need to figure out what his role is. I can't do
that comfortably and safely without seeing his hands. So I seized the
opportunity, when he raises his left hand, so I don't. you know.. my
. . .

instinct is 'I need to move him away,' and that's just how I responded.

Officer Tiffe attempted to gain physical control of the unresponsive subject. Officer Tiffe
described his attempt in this interview:

My left hand grabs his left wrist area. My right hand grabs a hold of his
upper back. I just grab his outer clothing, and I start to just move him
away from the car. And I'm telling him what to do as I'm moving him. I
asked him to do it even before I touched him. At this point, I'm going
physically, but also verbally, at the same time to tell him what to do.

As Officer Tiffe gets Mr. Perez-Lopez moving away from the car, the suspect's right
hand begins to come into view. Officer Tiffe could see that he appeared to be holding
something in the right hand, but could not make out what the object was. He stated that
he was aware that he had responded to a call regarding someone armed with a knife, "but
my mind is just.. .it's so fast. I see something, I'm already hands on, so I need to get him
to the ground."

Officer Tiffe stated:

I almost had an arm bar just naturally, but I just figured: I have, like, six
inches on [Mr. Perez-Lopez], probably forty pounds. I was just going to,
like, just lean on him and just use brute strength and guide him to the
ground. So that's what I attempted to do.

Mr. Perez-Lopez lowered his hips and stepped forward, changing the center of gravity
and countering Officer Tiffe' s attempt to take him to the ground. Officer Tiffe stated:

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At that point, I . . he makes a motion to come up at me. So I don't know if


.

it's a stabbing motion, swinging motion... at that point, I disengage. I


abandon trying trying to take him to the ground, and I just. .with my right
.

hand, I push. I just let go with my left hand.

Officer Tiffe stated that Mr. Perez-Lopez's initial motion with his right hand was upward,
but as he backed away, the movement swept in front of his chest laterally. Officer Tiffe
sensed at this time that Officer Reboli was headed toward him, although his focus was on
the threat. When Mr. Perez-Lopez completed the swing of his arm, Officer Tiffe
"push[ed] him with all my force." Officer Tiffe retreated as Mr. Perez-Lopez regained his
balance. Approximately three to four feet separated Officer Tiffe and Mr. Perez-Lopez. It
was then that he could see a large knife in Mr. Perez-Lopez's right hand. It was held in a
closed right fist; which was raised to approximately Mr. Perez-Lopez's shoulder area; the
blade was pointed skyward.

When asked to describe the weapon, Officer Tiffe stated that the knife reminded him of:

the first Rambo movie. It was like a Rambo knife. It was like a
hunting/fishing knife. To me—that's my first instinct—was, you know, a
very large blade with a handle. It could have been a kitchen knife, but
when somebody says it's a kitchen knife, I don't think of the knives I use
to chop up vegetables or fruits. I think of a steak knife. It did not appear to
be a steak knife. It appeared to be like. if it was a kitchen, it was a large
. .

kitchen knife.

Officer Tiffe could not recall the color of the knife nor whether it had a straight or
serrated edge.

Mr. Perez-Lopez continued to make slashing motions at his shoulder level with the blade
pointed upward. Officer Tiffe stated that he was narrowly focused on the knife and Mr.
Perez-Lopez. Mr. Perez-Lopez turned his attention to something to the right (north) of
Officer Tiffe' s position. He concluded that Mr. Perez-Lopez was turning his attention to
Officer Reboli; however, limited by the physiological effects of his stress-induced
selective attention (sometimes referred to as "tunnel vision"), Officer Tiffe did not
actually see Officer Reboli. He stated:

I probably do have tunnel vision at this point. I'm only fixated on the knife
and on the guy. He fixates on something to my right, which I believe at the

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time is my partner. Like I said, I can't really depict, even on [photograph]


number three, where Officer Reboli is, because I don't see him.

Officer Tiffe drew his Department-issued firearm and fully extended his arms, yelling
commands at Mr. Perez-Lopez to drop his knife. Officer Tiffe stated that as he replays
this encounter in his mind, he recalls a lot of shouting. He heard both himself and Officer
Reboli yelling commands. He knows he yelled commands to drop the knife, and he
specifically heard "Drop the knife or I'll shoot" yelled. He could not recall whether he or
Officer Reboli yelled this.

Mr. Perez-Lopez's point of focus was to the northeast, in the direction of where Officer
Tiffe believed Officer Reboli was located. Officer Tiffe noticed that Mr. Perez-Lopez's
gaze was fixed. Based on his experience, Mr. Perez-Lope did not appear to be looking for
avenue of escape. Officer Tiffe noted that in his experience, the eyes dart and move when
a subject intends to run; the subject is scanning for routes. Although Mr. Perez-Lopez had
available paths of escape, his focus remained fixed on something to approximately
northeast of him. Mr. Perez-Lopez took a step in that direction.

Officer Tiffe heard gunshots. At the same time, Mr. Perez-Lopez appeared to change
course, turning back into Folsom Street. Officer Tiffe saw the suspect raise his knife
higher and appear to lock on something to his west.

Officer Tiffe, believed that Mr. Perez-Lopez was in the act of attacking with a
deadly weapon. He stated, "When I saw the suspect fixate on something and raise the
knife, that's when I pulled the trigger." Using point-shoot aim (rather than acquiring
sights), he fired one time at Mr. Perez-Lopez. Believing Mr. Perez-Lopez was moving in
the direction of Officer Tiffe explained his the nature of the threat he reacted
to:

I believed there was a threat, you know, and that belief was based on: he
had just tried to stab me. I know now this is the subject the 911 caller
called on. So he was chasing someone.

Officer Tiffe recognized that his vision was tunneled, but at the time he fired, he
observed a clear back drop in his range of vision. He remembers seeing both parked cars
(the blue Nissan Rogue and the silver Toyota Camry) in his field of vision, behind his
view of Mr. Perez-Lopez. Beyond the cars, he saw that the west sidewalk of Folsom
Street was empty of people. He saw parked cars; he did not see any cars driving by.

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Officer Tiffe stated that Mr. Perez-Lopez appeared to collapse almost immediately upon
his firing. Officer Tiffe did not fire again, because the immediate threat had stopped.

Officer Tiffe stated that at this time, no other force option would have been reasonable.
Verbal commands and physical control efforts were ineffective. Officer Tiffe concluded
that the proximity and the suspect's weapon rendered the carotid restraint, his 0. C. spray,
and his RCB unreasonable options, because he was facing an immediate assault with a
deadly weapon. An ineffective deployment of the weapon for any reason would have
required a transition to his firearm. In addition to the risk posed by the deployment of
these options, because he and the suspect were separated by significantly less than 21
feet, Officer Tiffe stated that he would not have had sufficient time to transition from a
lesser force option to his firearm.

Officer Tiffe described an out of body sense after recognizing the immediate threat had
ended. He recalled that he holstered his firearm after firing. He was going to broadcast
that there had been a shooting, but he noticed a radio on the ground (Officer Reboli's)
that he mistakenly believed to be his own. As he moved to retrieve it, he heard someone
yelling, "Blue on Blue" (an indication to be aware of possible confliction or crossfire),
which he stated shook him from the fog.

Officer Tiffe then noticed someone was performing chest compressions on Mr. Perez-
Lopez. He saw Officer Cabillo moving the driver's side of the blue Nissan Rogue. He
explained, "I just kind of.. .1 kind of feel.. .1 snap out and I kind of feel safe, right? I get
this sense of safe."

Officer Tiffe directed another officer to put up crime scene tape. He approached by
Sergeant Montoya, who separated him and obtained a Public Safety Statement. Officer
Tiffe was transported to Mission Station and monitored there by a male officer whose
name he could not recall (he did remember that his last name is hyphenated). He suffered
no physical injuries.

Throughout the course of his interview, Officer Tiffe described several indicators of high
level of stress-induced arousal, including:
• narrow visual focus;
• auditory exclusion (Officer Tiffe did not hear the sound of his weapon firing);

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• intrusive distracting thoughts after drawing his weapon (Officer Tiffe stated that he
had a conversation with himself, saying, 'Please, God, just drop the knife. I don't
want to have to pull the trigger');
• temporal distortion (described as a slow motion sense of time from the moment he
saw Mr. Perez-Lopez's knife); and
• his sense of dissociation upon recognizing the immediate threat was over (Officer
Tiffe described this as "like an out of body experience")

Physiological Considerations

The review of the full investigation, including the District Attorney's summary report,
considered aspects of Force Science.

Force Science Institute has conducted several studies regarding the biomechanics of
shooting in a law enforcement context, providing data regarding the time an average
officer, in a clinical environment, requires to process a stimulus, begin to fire, then
process a stimulus and stop firing.

The Tempe Study examined the timing required for an officer to open fire then stop firing
in reaction to a visual stimulus. This involved a series of five tests, conducted with 102
members of the Tempe, Arizona Police Department. The study determined the mean
average officer under clinical conditions officers took about 0.254 seconds to perceive,
process, and begin to react to a simple visual stimuli to begin shooting. 68% of officers in
this study were between 0.192 and 0.316 seconds.

The mean average time from initial perception and processing to the first trigger pull
(from simple stimulus) under these conditions was determined to be 0.5635 seconds, with
68% of officers measured between 0.4401 and 0.6869 seconds from stimulus to trigger
pull.

A typical officer in the process of firing a weapon in response to a stimulus, shifts focus
to the mechanics of the task itself. In a lethal encounter, the officer may already be
experience "tunnel vision," but as a function of the mechanics of shooting, the officer
narrowly focuses on the target, limiting other information or stimuli.

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Once the officer has reacted to the stimulus and started to fire, an officer will fire
multiple rounds at an average speed of 0.12-0.18 seconds per round in a laboratory
environment.

The study determined the mean average officer under clinical conditions officers took
about 0.3521 seconds to perceive, process, and react to a simple visual stimuli then stop
shooting.

By applying average timing data to the firing of five rounds, the same number fired by
Officer Reboli, an officer reacting to a perceived threat would fire the first round
approximately .56 seconds after the stimulus. The next four rounds, on average, would
take a total time of 0.48 to 1.02 seconds to deliver. An average volley of five rounds,
then, typically occurs in approximately 1.04 to 1.58 seconds, or roughly one to one and
half seconds.

The officer is firing into the past. In other words, in a dynamic situation, the stimulus has
evolved for an average of .56 seconds before the reaction to the stimulus occurs. During
that time, the subject may shift or move, and studies have established that the subject may
make significant movement. Force Science Institute's studies of movement have
demonstrated that an average subject is able to complete a 180-degree turn, in 50/100
(0.50) seconds, or less time than it takes to process the shooting reaction. This
measurement includes raising a firearm from a hip position and firing at 0-degrees.

On average, it takes approximately a third of a second (0.3521) before the officer process
stop-firing stimulus. Given that the average officer fires successive rounds at an average
rate of 0.12-0.18 seconds, so typically, officer fires two to three rounds before this
stimulus can be frilly processed.

This data and analysis is consistent with Charles J. Key, Sr.'s expert analysis and findings
as discussed in the District Attorney's summary report. In both his interviews, Officer
Reboli stated that the armed suspect was turning as he began the process of firing. Officer
Reboli described the movement of Mr. Perez-Lopez westward, between the parked cars
and toward the last known position of s he stopped firing because Mr. Perez-
Lopez dropped his knife into the street. The evidence appears consistent with Officer
Reboli's account.

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Additional Issues Reviewed

During the course of this investigation, issues of concern—not directly related to the
involved members actions, but regarding the investigative process—were publicly raised
and subsequently reviewed.

Timely Notification

The first issue was raised by the Office of the District Attorney regarding their concerns
about timely notification of their on-call personnel. On February 26, 2015, call outs
following an OIS were handled through the Department Operation Center (DOC)
personnel, via phone, using phone numbers provided by on-call personnel. DOC
personnel attempting to contact investigators from the Office of the District Attorney
were unable to reach DA personnel directly. Messages were left on answering machines.
The District Attorney stated in several news accounts that the Department used incorrect
numbers and that the resulting delayed response time created investigative challenges.

Available sources, including CAD printouts, DEM recordings, phone logs, crime scene
logs, reports, investigative chronologicals, were reviewed. This review revealed the
following sequence of events:

• The initial call for service was received by DEM at 21:44:00 hours and broadcast at
21:45:05.

• ShotSpotter records the time shots are fired as 21:47:21.Several shots can be heard
during the recording of call to 9-1-1 at approximately 21:47:21 or 22;
confirmed gunfire.

• 3D14D broadcasts shot fired at 21:47:24 and calls a "Code 33" at 24th and Folsom
Street at 21:47:38. DEM received the first of several calls regarding shots fired at
21:47:49.

• The first suggestion that officers were involved was broadcast at 21:48:03; 3D 14D
reported a 20-year old male with a gunshot wound to the chest, adding that the
officers are okay.

• At 21:48:31, Sergeant Montoya (3D113) radioed the 3D14D to ask, "Is this an OTS,
14-David?" and Officer Cabillo confirms that it is. At 21:55:09, Lieutenant Mark Tm
(3D204) notifies Dispatch that the 313113 has obtained the Public Safety Statements.

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• The Medical Examiner's report lists 22:03 hours as the time the Office of the
Medical Examiner received notice of death.

• DOC initiated a critical incident notification process at 22:03 hours, which is when
the ME reports receiving notification of the incident.

DOC logs memorialize official notification by on-scene personnel at 22:10 hours.

• DOC logs memorialize that messages were left at 22:12 hours on two phone
numbers that were identified for the Office of the District Attorney's on-call
personnel. The on-call DAT and ADA identified by DOC, however, were not the
correct on-call DAT and ADA specified in the DA's callout list for 02/23/15-
03/02/15 and the numbers called were not the correct numbers.

• At 22:30 hours, DOC logs record that "Ray Chang" of the District Attorney's Office
was confirmed notified of the OIS. DAT Officer-in-Charge Raymond Tang was
among the personnel from the Office of the District Attorney who responded to the
scene.

• Medical Examiner investigators were on scene at 23:17 hours, fourteen minutes after
receiving notification and within the standard 30-minute expected response time for
a death investigation, as referenced in DGO 6.05 subsections LB Lc and T.D.1.b.

• The first DA personnel (DAT OIC Tang and Assistant District Attorney Michael
Sullivan) logged into scene at 23:58 hours.

• At 23:59, ME personnel logged out of the crime scene, removing the decedent from
the scene.

• Eighty-eight (88) minutes (1 hour and 28 minutes) elapsed from the time live
notification was received by the District Attorney personnel to the time District
Attorney personnel logged into the scene.

Crime Scene Protocols

The second issue of concern examined is related to the first. This issue was first publicly
raised by members of the public at the July 6, 2016 Police Commission meeting.
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Francisco)—in conjunction with the group "Justice for Amilcar Perez Lopez," spoke
during public comment and alleged that the SFPD had failed to notify the DA and had
ordered the body of decedent removed before the District Attorney could conduct an
investigation into misconduct. The covering of the hands for Gunshot Residue testing, the
removal of property, and the movement and removal of the decedent by the ME prior to
the DA's arrival upon the orders of the SFPD were referenced as examples of what
referenced as "tampering with evidence." specifically alleged that the
Department failed to follow protocols, inferred that this was deliberate, and asked that the
Commission investigate the officers responsible for this and discipline them.

On July 13, 2016, at the following Police Commission meeting, Interim Chief Toney
Chaplin addressed the concerns expressed by and the Justice for Amilcar
Perez Lopez group. Chief Chaplin reported that he had spoken directly to District
Attorney George Gascon regarding the allegations. Chief Chaplin reported that Mr.
Gascon told him that had taken out of context some comments made to
by the District Attorney, and Chief Chaplin reported that Mr. Gascon had not expressed
concern about the removal of the body.

A memorandum dated 07/18/16 was prepared by the Justice for Amilcar Perez Lopez
group in rebuttal and a copy was forwarded to the Department. Titled "Removal of
Amilcar' s remains prior to District Attorney investigation," [sic] the memo repeats the
allegations made by on July 6, 2016, as well as Chief Chaplin's response on
July 13. The memorandum states that Chief Chaplin was incorrect in his response, citing
text messages received by from George Gascon. The memorandum includes
two images that are purported to be screen dumps of these referenced texts.

The first text shown, reported to have been received on July 14, 2017, following the July
13 Police Commission meeting, says:

Almicar's [sic] body was removed from the scene before


our arrival. Also our off hours on call team was not notified as required.

Instead the notification was made during off hours to a day time business
number not staffed during off hours.

It is unclear the impact these failures to follow protocol have impacted our
ability to get to the truth. We just don't know what we don't know.

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That's the reason why we are spending so much time going back to the
scene, canvassing the area and trying to find additional information before
concluding our investigation.

Hope this clears up your questions.

Take care.

The second message shown is cited as "an earlier text message about this matter" sent by
DA Gascon to

Hi I believe early assertions made by the chief, removal of


the deceased prior to our arrival and the failure to notify us all played a
role in making our work much more difficult and in delaying outcomes.

It should be noted that the authenticity of these messages is not verified; they lack
context; and there is reference to "your questions," but the questions asked were not
disclosed. However, the content of the shown text messages are similar to comments
attributed to the District Attorney in contemporaneous media accounts.

The Justice for Amilcar Perez Lopez group's memorandum concludes with two
recommendations:

• The [Police] Commission and SFPD must enforce the established crime scene
protocols about notifying the DA when a homicide occurs, and about
removing a decedent's remains. Unless SFPD follows established protocols, it
will continue impeding the DA's criminal investigations of officer-involved
shootings.

• The [Police] Commission must investigate and appropriately discipline the


officers who directed the Medical Examiner to remove Amilcar' s body from
the crime scene.

This investigation reviewed the concerns raised in this memo. This included a review of
criminal and administrative interviews of members and witnesser; available data, records
and reports; and CSI crime scene video and photos taken at the scene. In addition, Dr.
Ellen Moffatt, M.D. the responding Assistant Medical Examiner who responded to the
scene and conducted the autopsy, was debriefed for this review. Based on a
preponderance of evidence, the following conclusions were reached:

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With respect to the assertion that the District Attorney was not notified, it is clear
that DOC personnel erroneously used the wrong number to contact on-call DA
personnel and left messages at these extensions. The initial use of the wrong
numbers and voicemail resulted in an 18-minute delay in the live notification of
District Attorney personnel.

The first memorialized DA notification was attempted at 22:12, approximately two


minutes after DOC received on-scene confirmation that this incident was an O.I.S. A
message was left at the wrong phone number, rather than the one identified on a call-
out list provided by the District Attorney for the week of 02/23/15-03/02/15.

DOC personnel followed up to confirm notification. Live notification of DA


personnel was logged at DOC at 22:30 hours, approximately twenty minutes after
DOC received on-scene confirmation of the O.I.S.

The error in the notification process resulted in an 18-minute delay. The specific
allegation as put forth, however—that the Office of the District Attorney was not
notified—is without foundation.

Since this incident, the EverBridge notification systems has been tested, adopted,
implemented and successfully used. The addition of this system significantly
upgrades the Department's ability to make timely, accurate notifications Citywide.

2. The assertion that the SFPD failed to observe protocols by ordering the removal of
the decedent from the scene before the District Attorney arrived is unfounded.

In a telephonic interview, Dr. Moffatt stated that there was nothing unusual at this
scene; that the Medical Examiner conducts its own independent investigation; and
•that remains are removed when the Medical Examiner has completed their on scene
tasks. Dr. Moffatt explained that on scene criminal investigators are consulted, as a
courtesy, but the Medical Examiner retains the authority and control of this process.
Dr. Moffatt also mentioned that their staff, to the degree feasible, strives to maintain
the dignity of the decedent.

Dr. Moffatt stated that at this scene Medical Examiner personnel performed a GSR
test then bagged the decedent's hands; not SFPD personnel. She stated that during a
search of the remains, in accordance with protocol, a cell phone was recovered on
Mr. Perez-Lopez and turned over to SFPD investigators. A review of the CSI video

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taken at the scene, the ME report and log, and the property receipt issued by the ME
corroborated Dr. Moffatt' s recollection.

In addition, it is protocol for first responding officers to render aid to all parties
requiring same, once it is safe to do so. Mr. Perez-Lopez was handcuffed by Officer
Reboli. Paramedics were requested to the scene, and Officer Obidi turned the suspect
onto his back to conduct CPR chest compressions. This is the degree to which
officers moved or manipulated Mr. Perez-Lopez after he had been shot and
handcuffed. SFFD paramedics took over emergency first aid. SFFD determined that
Mr. Perez-Lopez had expired, and the Office of the Medical Examiner was notified
of the death, in accordance with protocol. The Medical Examiner recorded receiving
notice of death at 22:03 hours.

The decedent was covered with a blanket by SFFD, preserving his dignity to the
degree possible, as well as preserving evidence. The remains of Mr. Perez-Lopez
were secured by SFPD officers, who stood by to ensure they were not moved,
touched, or otherwise disturbed, in accordance with DUO 6.05.I.G.1.a. The
condition of the body, evidence, and scene was measured and documented by CSI,
including reports, sketches, photography and video.

Medical Examiner investigators arrived on scene and assumed control of the


remains. The processing, search, and collection of the remains by Medical Examiner
personnel in accordance with DUO 6.05.I.0 and was captured on video by CSI. The
act of processing the body—including but not limited to their visual assessment,
GSR testing, and search and inventory—involved the movement and manipulation of
the decedent from the position in which the Medical Examiner originally found him.
The Medical Examiner investigators removed the remains from the scene when they
were satisfied that they had completed their on-scene responsibilities. Dr. Moffat
checked with the criminal investigators on scene before preparing to leave with the
remains; unfortunately, nearly an hour and half after DA personnel had been
notified, DA investigators had not yet arrived on scene to weigh in. Unlike typical
death investigations, however, the District Attorney had video and documentation to
accurately determine the condition, position, and location of the body, evidence and
scene prior to this process. It not uncommon in a death investigation for the body to
have been moved or manipulated prior to the arrival of investigators, particularly as
a result of first aid efforts or transportation of a mortally wounded patient.

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The eighty-eight minute response time to the scene by District Attorney personnel is
outside the scope of this Departmental investigation. However, the underlying fact is
that in accordance with protocol, the Medical Examiner investigators were on scene
within 30 minutes; assumed control of the decedent in accordance with their
authority in a death investigation in the City and County of San Francisco; and left
the scene—with the remains—when they had completed their on scene tasks. This
activity, conducted by the Medical Examiner and publicly represented by third
parties as "tampering with evidence," conforms to standard protocol and Department
policy.

3. The second message shown in the memorandum, described as an "earlier" text,


mentions another point of concern regarding: "...early assertions made by the chief'
Although the context of this message is not provided in the memo, based upon
contemporaneous media and blog reports, as well as comments at the post-OIS Town
Hall meeting, it is believed to reference Chief Gregory Suhr' s preliminary
understanding and representation of events when this incident happened.

At the time of this incident, Gregory Suhr was the Chief of Police. In this particular
case, the Chief's desire to be transparent regarding Officer-Involved incidents may
have resulted in miscommunication or misunderstanding.

The initial account reported by the Department was to the effect that officers fired at
the suspect—the subject of a call regarding a man armed with a knife chasing
—after he approached them and attempted to assault them with a knife.
While this may be factually true, it is semantically problematic. As subsequent
information established that the suspect had been shot in the back, members of the
public had difficulty reconciling the account they perceived with the evidence
presented.

When an officer is involved in an Officer-Involved Shooting, he or she is compelled


by a supervisor to provide a Public Safety Statement (PSS). The PSS is a series of
questions are intended to ensure that immediate public safety interests are addressed,
including the identification and arrest of outstanding suspects, the identification of
the crime scene, and the preservation of evidence which may be fleeting. Conducted
without the benefit of representation, the PSS is not a detailed statement by or
interview of the involved officer. In Ward v. City of Portland (857 F.2d 1373, 1988)
the 9t11 Circuit Court found that such limited information may be immediately

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"coerced," without representation, if the need is compelling. The questions may be


asked of the involved officer without representation, and must be answered under
threat of discipline.

In San Francisco, the involved officer should provide a separate PSS. The separated
officer is then taken to a police facility by an uninvolved officer, who will monitors
the involved officer. Some evidentiary processing (such as photographs and weapon
collection) occurs at the police facility. Otherwise the officer remains separated from
other involved or witness officers. The officer may not to discuss the incident until
first meeting with his or her attorney, after which the officer is the subject of a
criminal interview. The monitoring officer is to ensure there is no inappropriate
communication and that the officer is relatively comfortable. Involved officers are
typically the last interviews conducted; statements are collected from all other
identified civilian and sworn witnesses. This means that the involved officer may not
interviewed until several hours after the incident took place.

On the other hand, the supervisor taking the PSS, in accordance with the law and
policy, collects some information from the involved officer, provided under duress.
The supervisor has access to additional information, which may help form his or her
understanding of the incident, such as radio traffic, the crime scene, and specific
evidence. This information is then used by investigators to locate, identify, manage
and understand the scene and the evidence within it.

The PSS is frequently a key component in development of the Department's


narrative following an OIS. Typically, witnesses, particularly the involved officers,
have not typically interviewed nor has evidence been processed or analyzed when
the Department makes an initial statement. However, the PSS is comparable to
limited hearsay; it is a second-hand account of an officer's movement and basic acts
based on a restricted line of questioning of an officer likely to be experiencing shock
and stress in the aftermath of a lethal force encounter.

In this particular incident, the original account described by the Department—


intended to provide illumination and build trust—was based on PSS information and
arguably imprecise. Even though the information was qualified as "preliminary,"
contemporaneous press and blog coverage, and the post-OlS Town Hall meeting,
suggest that this resulted in a perception by some in the community that the
Department was not forthcoming.

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Conclusion

The focus of this administrative investigation is whether Officer Eric Reboli #1651 and
Officer Craig Tiffe #1312 discharged their Department-issued firearms on February 26,
2015 in accordance with San Francisco Police Department policy and procedure.

Criminal investigations were conducted by the San Francisco Police Department


Homicide Detail and by the Office of the District Attorney of the City and County of San
Francisco. The Homicide Detail investigation, led by Sergeant Anthony Ravano, was
presented to the Office of the District Attorney for consideration its final charging
decision.

On May 12, 2017, District Attorney George Gascon released the report, Summary of
Investigation and Legal Analysis of the Fatal Shooting ofAmilcar Perez-Lopez on
February 26, 2015. In the his report, the District Attorney concludes, "Based on the facts,
circumstances and applicable law in this matter, there is insufficient evidence to file any
criminal charges against Officer Reboli or Officer Tiffe." DA Gascon announced that
Officer Reboli and Officer Tiffe would not be charged with a crime by his office.

The administrative investigation considered the criminal investigative findings,


statements, and evidence, as well as applicable San Francisco Police Department policies
and procedure, with particular attention paid to Department General Orders 5.01, Use of
Force; 5.02, Use of Firearms (revised March 16, 2011); and 10.02, Equipment (revised
04/04/2007).

Policy Review

Department General Order 5.01, Use of Force sets forth the conditions under which force
may be used by San Francisco Police Officers to protect individuals from injury by
another person, to prevent the commission of a crime, to overcome resistance, and to
prevent escape. The use of force must be in accordance with legal standards in effect at
the time of its use, including California Penal Code Sections 198, 834a, and 835a.

Section 198 PC

Section 198 of the California Penal Code states:

A bare fear of the commission of any of the offenses mentioned in


subdivisions 2 and 3 of Section 197, to prevent which homicide may be

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lawfully committed, is not sufficient to justify it. But the circumstances


must be sufficient to excite the fears of a reasonable person, and the party
killing must have acted under the influence of such fears alone.

POST LD 20, Use of Force—which all San Francisco Police Officers are taught during
their BASIC Academy training—identifies the elements necessary to establish a
"sufficiency of fear" in regard to the use of deadly force. LD20 (Version 3.3, 20.03.EO2)
breaks down the necessary elements:

According to the law, fear alone does not justify the use of deadly force.
There must be a sufficiency of fear for the use of deadly force to be
justified. (Penal Code Section 198)

There are three elements needed to establish a sufficiency of fear.

. The circumstances must be sufficient to excite the fears of a


reasonable person in like circumstances.

• The person must not act under the influence offear alone. There
has to be some circumstance or overt act apart from the officer's
fear.

• The decision to use deadly force must be made to save one self
or another from great bodily injury or death.

Section 834a PC

Section 834a of the California Penal Code imposes responsibilities on the subject who is
subject to detention or arrest by a police officer.

If a person has knowledge, or by the exercise of reasonable care, should


have knowledge, that he is being arrested by a peace officer, it is the duty
of such person to refrain from using force or any weapon to resist such
arrest.

Section 835a PC

Section 835a of the California Penal Code authorizes the circumstances in which an
officer may use reasonable force to detain or arrest a subject. This section states that the

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officer making the arrest or detention is not legally required to retreat or stop if resistance
is encountered, and the officer shall not be considered the aggressor if reasonable force is
used to overcome such resistance.

Any peace officer who has reasonable cause to believe that the person to
be arrested has committed a public offense may use reasonable force to
effect the arrest, to prevent escape or to overcome resistance.

A peace officer who makes or attempts to make an arrest need not retreat
or desist from his efforts by reason of the resistance or threatened
resistance of the person being arrested; nor shall such officer be deemed
an aggressor or lose his right to self-defense by the use of reasonable force
to effect the arrest or to prevent escape or to overcome resistance.

The language of 83 5a PC is repeated verbatim in Department General Order 5.0 1, Use of


Force, subsection I.E.2.

Objective Reasonable Officer Standard

Use of Force instances, up to an including the use of deadly force, are evaluated in
accordance with the "objective reasonable officer" standards established by the United
States Supreme Court's Graham-Connor decision (Graham v. Connor, 490 U.S. 386
(1989)).

Based on this standard, the amount of force applied shall not exceed what is reasonable to
overcome the subject's resistance to gain or maintain control of the subject. Each officer
must rely on their judgment to employ objectively reasonable force for that specific
situation.

The reasonableness of a particular use of force must be judged from the perspective of a
reasonable officer. The actions should be examined through the eyes of an officer on the
scene at the time the force was applied. The officer's actions are not to be examined with
the 20/20 vision of hindsight, no matter how compelling the evidence discovered
afterward may be. The application of force must be evaluated based on the facts and
circumstances confronting the officer, without regard to the officer's underlying intent or
motivation, and based on the knowledge that the officer acted properly under the
established law at the time.

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The officer is not required to have made the best decision or the same decision the
reviewer favors; the officer is required to have made a reasonable decision, based on the
totality of the circumstances, the information known to the officer at the time, and his or
her training and experience.

As affirmed in Section of Department General Order 5.01, Use of Force, the use of force
is judged from the perspective of a reasonable officer, using the test:

. Would of officer with same or similar training and experience;

Facing same or similar circumstances;

. Act in the same way or use similar judgment?

Factors that are to be considered in the evaluation are:

The severity of the crime at issue;

. The threat of the suspect to citizens and officers;

• The level of active resistance or effort to escape.

Federal courts have repeatedly affirmed this landmark 1989 decision, finding that the
calculus of reasonableness must make allowance for the fact that police officers are often
forced to make split-second judgments—in situations that are tense, uncertain, and
rapidly evolving—about the amount of force applied in a particular situation.

As affirmed by the 9th Circuit decision in Scott vs. Henrich (39 F.3d 912 (9th Circuit.
1994)), the evaluation of force is whether it is reasonable and justified. Officers are not
required by law to use the least intrusive force, but a reasonable application of force.

DGO 5.01, Use of Force (Rev. 10/04/95)

On December 21, 2016, the Department issued a revised Department General Order 5.01,
Use of Force. Department General Order 5.02, Use of Firearms was rescinded and its
topic folded into the revised DGO 5.01. This incident occurred prior to the adoption of
the new policy, under the policy established by DGO 5.01, Use of Force (revised October
04, 1995) and DGO 5.02, Use of Firearms (revised March 16, 2011). This review is
based upon the policy and law in place at the time of this incident.

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Section D of DGO 5.01, Use of Force authorized force options for the San Francisco
Police Department.

D. CATEGORIES OF FORCE TO EMPLOY (In ascending order of gravity)

1. When the use of force is necessary and appropriate, officer shall, to the extent
possible, utilize an escalating scale of options and not employ more forceful
measures unless it is determined that a lower level of force would not be
adequate, or such a level of force is attempted and actually found to be
inadequate. The scale of options, in order of increasing severity, is set forth
below:
a. Verbal Persuasion
b. Physical Control (e.g, passive resister, bent wrist control, excluding the
carotid restraint
c. Liquid Chemical Agent (Mace/Oleoresin Capsicum)
d. Carotid Restraint
e. Department Issued Baton
f. Firearm

2. It is not the intent of the order to require officers to try each of the options
before escalating to the next. Clearly, good judgment and the circumstances of
each situation will dictate the level at which an officer will start. Officers using
any type of force are accountable for its use.

Section B of DGO 5.01, Use of Force defined reasonable force and reiterates the right of
an officer under Section 835a of the California Penal Code to use reasonable force to
effect and arrest, prevent escape, effect or overcome resistance.

E. REASONABLE FORCE

1. Officers must frequently employ the use of force to effect arrests and ensure
the public safety. It is not intended that any suspect should ever be allowed to
be the first to exercise force, thus gaining an advantage in a physical
confrontation. Nothing in this order should be interpreted to mean that an
officer is required to engage in prolonged hand-to-hand combat with all its
risks before resorting to use of force that more quickly, humanely, and safely
brings an arrestee under physical control.

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2. Penal Code Section 835a provides that, "Any peace officer who has
reasonable cause to believe that the person to be arrested has committed a
public offense may use reasonable force to effect the arrest, to prevent escape
or to overcome resistance. A peace officer who makes or attempts to make an
arrest need not retreat or desist from his/her efforts by reason of resistance or
threatened resistance of the person being arrested, nor shall such officer be
deemed the aggressor or lose his/her right to self defense by the use of
reasonable force to effect the arrest, or to prevent escape, or to overcome
resistance." [Italicized text is the author's, as in the printed order.]

Section F of DGO 5.01, Use of Force authorized when and how force may be justifiably
used by San Francisco Police Officers.

F. CIRCUMSTANCES JUSTIFYING THE USE OF FORCE

3. Officers may use force in the performance of their duties in the following
circumstances:

a. To prevent the commission of a public offense.

b. To prevent a person from injuring himself/herself.

c. To effect the lawful arrest/detention of persons resisting or attempting to


evade that arrest/detention.

d. In self defense or in the defense of another person.

4. Before using force, the officer should consider these questions:

a. What actions on the part of the suspect justify the use of force?

b. What crime is being or has been committed?

c. Does the situation require the immediate use of force?

DGO 5.02, Use of Firearms (Rev. 03/16/11.)

Department General Order 5.02, Use of Firearms, revised March 16, 2011, set forth how
and when San Francisco Police Officers are permitted to draw and utilize a firearm.

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Section LB HANDLING AND DRAWING FIREARMS set forth the conditions under
which an officer may draw his firearm, as follows:

1. HANDLING FIREARMS. An officer shall handle and manipulate a firearm in


accordance with Department-approved firearms training. An officer shall not
manually cock the hammer of the Department-issued handgun to defeat the first
shot double-action feature.

2. AUTHORIZED CIRCUMSTANCES. An officer may draw or exhibit a firearm in


the line of duty when the officer has reasonable cause to believe it may be
necessary for his or her own safety or for the safety of others. When an officer
determines that the threat is over, the officer shall holster his or her firearm or
hold the shoulder weapon in port arms position pointed or slung in a manner
consistent with Department-approved firearms training. If an officer points a
firearm at a person and the person is not arrested, and if the circumstances permit,
the officer should tell the individual the reason the officer drew the firearm.

3. DRAWING OTHERWISE PROHIBITED. An officer shall not draw a


Department-issued firearm except as authorized by this order, for inspection by a
superior, maintenance, safekeeping, or Department-approved training.

Department General Order 5.02, Use of Firearms, Section I.C.1 PERMISSIBLE


CIRCUMSTANCES enumerated the circumstances in which an officer is permitted to
fire his weapon.

C. Discharge of Firearms

1. PERMISSIBLE CIRCUMSTANCES. Except as limited by sections C.4 and C.5,


an officer may discharge a firearm in any of the following circumstances:

a. In self-defense when the officer has reasonable cause to believe that he or she is
in imminent danger of death or serious bodily injury.

b. In defense of another person when the officer has reasonable cause to believe
that the person is in imminent danger of death or serious bodily injury. However,
an officer may not discharge a firearm at a person who presents a danger only to
him or herself, and there is no reasonable cause to believe that the person poses an

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imminent danger of death or serious bodily, injury to the officer or any other
person.

c. To apprehend a person when both of the following circumstances exist:

(1) The officer has reasonable cause to believe that the person has
committed or has attempted to commit a violent felony involving the use
or threatened use of deadly force; and

(2) The officer has reasonable cause to believe that a substantial risk exists
that the person will cause death or serious bodily injury to officers or
others if the person's apprehension is delayed.

d. To kill a dangerous animal. To kill an animal that is so badly injured that


humanity requires its removal from further suffering where other alternatives are
impractical and the owner, if present, gives permission.

e. To signal for help for an urgent purpose when no other reasonable means can
be used.

2. VERBAL WARNING. If feasible, and if doing so would not increase the danger
to the officers or others, an officer shall give a verbal warning to submit to the
authority of the officer before discharging a firearm.

3. REASONABLE CARE. To the extent practical, an officer shall take reasonable


care when discharging his or her firearm so as not to jeopardize the safety of
innocent members of the public.

DGO 10.02. Equipment (Rev. 04/04/07)

Department General Order 10.02, Equipment specifies required and optional equipment
for uniformed and non-uniformed officers. Subsection I.E, REQUIRED EQUIPMENT
enumerates the requirements of plainclothes officers in subsection I.E.2, ON-DUTY
OFFICERS/CIVILIAN DRESS, as follows:

2. Officers of all ranks, while on duty in civilian dress, shall be equipped with the
following equipment:
a. Star.

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b. Department identification card.


c. Department issued firearm fully loaded with Department-issued ammunition.
d. One extra magazine for the Department-issued firearm, fully loaded with
Department-issued ammunition in a Department-issued magazine pouch.
e. Handcuffs and key.
f. Call box key.
g. 'Whistle.
h. Miranda warning card.
i. Combination magazine/handcuff case.

j. Department-issued holster.
k. Department-issued chemical agent.
1. Department-issued impact weapon.
in. Department-issued radio.

3. EXCEPTION: Commissioned Officers and Officers performing investigative on


non-investigative, non-patrol, or specialized function can be exempted from the
requirements previously listed in E-1 and E-2 with their commanding officer's
approval. If the amended equipment includes a firearm, the officer must comply
with the provisions concerning secondary firearms

Investigative Conclusions

After examination of the totality of this incident, the relevant policy, the investigative
conclusions, and other considerations described in this report, the following conclusions
have been derived, based on a preponderance of evidence:

• Plainclothes Officers Reboli and Tiffe responded as backup to the 2800 block of
Folsom Street regarding a 5'5" Hispanic male dressed in black and armed with a
knife chasing with a similar description north on Folsom Street.

• First on the scene, the officers saw circling each other on the east side of
the middle of the block, stopped their vehicle about two car lengths away and
approached on foot.

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• Officer Reboli approached who was streetside, from the driver's


position. Officer Tiffe approached Mr. Perez-Lopez, who was on the sidewalk,
from the passenger position.

• Officer Reboli could see both hands of who looked fatigued and
appeared to acknowledge his commands. He closed in and detained the

• As Officer Tiffe approached Mr. Perez-Lopez from his left side, the officer
continuously identified himself and gave commands to back away from the car.
Officer Tiffe could see that Mr. Perez-Lopez's left hand was free, but he could not
see Mr. Perez-Lopez's right hand. Officer Tiffe received no acknowledgement
from Mr. Perez Lopez. When Officer Tiffe closed within a few feet of the suspect,
Mr. Perez-Lopez glared at Officer Tiffe in a way that suggested to him that Mr.
Perez-Lopez was in an altered mental state.

Officer Tiffe stated that as approached Mr. Perez-Lopez, he could not see Mr.
Perez-Lopez's hand, although he was aware that he was at a call regarding a man
with a knife chasing . Officer Tiffe also the expression of the suspect
led him to believe that the subject may be in an altered mental state. Although he
had handled numerous similar calls during his career, Officer Tiffe sensed that
this was not a routine stop, in large part due to Mr. Perez-Lopez's absence of
response.

• As he approached, Officer Tiffe did not have his O.C. spray canister, impact
weapon, or spare magazines on his person. They were in a duty bag inside his
vehicle, in violation of DGO 10.02.I.D.2.d, k and 1.

In a few seconds, this encounter rapidly transitioned from verbal commands and
physical control to deadly force. Having closed within a few feet of Mr. Perez-
Lopez, Officer Tiffe attempted to physical guide him when Mr. Perez-Lopez
presented the opportunity., given that Mr. Perez-Lopez had made no overt act of
physical resistance. Once the physical struggle was rapidly initiated, Mr. Perez-
Lopez almost immediately revealed himself to be a deadly threat. Transition at to
a force option other than his firearm in the circumstances faced by Officer Tiffe
would have placed Officer Tiffe at unnecessary risk. Nonetheless, had the suspect
been disarmed or the situation other became static, Officer Tiffe denied himself
the ability to transition to a lesser force option, should it have become opportune.

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• Mr. Perez-Lopez threw his left hand up toward Officer Tiffe, who had closed
within a few feet. Taking advantage of this presentation, Officer Tiffe grabbed
Mr. Perez-Lopez's left wrist with his left hand and pulled at the shoulder/neck
area of Mr. Perez-Lopez's clothing, intending to pull him from the curb toward
the property line.

Officer Tiffe articulated reasonable explanations regarding this attempt to


physically control Mr. Perez-Lopez once he had approached within range and Mr.
Perez-Lopez presented an opportunity to him.

Mr. Perez-Lopez resisted Officer Tiffe's effort, bending forward and down,
before pushing upward.

• Officer Tiffe, unaware at this moment that Mr. Perez-Lopez was wielding a knife
against him, recognized that his own hands were nearly position for an arm-bar
take-down. He did not attempt to transition to the arm-bar, instead he
unsuccessfully attempted to use direct strength to push the suspect to the ground.

• Mr. Perez-Lopez countered Officer Tiffe' s effort; he lunged upward, then swept
his right across the front of Officer Tiffe. When he completed his swing, Officer
Tiffe realized Mr. Perez-Lopez was holding a large knife in his right hand.

• Officer Tiffe pushed away, retreated southeast, and drew his firearm. Mr. Perez-
Lopez was swinging the knife menacingly at Officer Tiffe, who was twisting out
of its path. Officer Tiffe' s drawing of his firearm was in accordance with DGO
5.02.I.11.2, AUTHORIZED CIRCUMSTANCES.

• Officer Reboli released to the west and headed to assist his partner.
Officer Reboli believed that his partner had been stabbed by Mr. Perez-Lopez.

• Mr. Perez-Lopez turned his attention to the advancing Officer Reboli. Moving
toward the officer, Mr. Perez-Lopez made continuous slashing motions. Officer
Reboli retreated and drew his firearm. Officer Reboli's drawing of his firearm
was in accordance with DGO 5.02.I.11.2, AUTHORIZED
CIRCUMSTANCES.

• As heard by numerous witnesses, the officers repeatedly ordered the suspect to


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not comply with their order. Their warnings were in accordance with DGO
5.02.I.C.2, VERBAL WARNING.

Mr. Perez-Lopez stepped toward Officer Reboli, then pivoted back in the
direction of .

• Officer Reboli fired five rounds from his Department-issued at Mr. Perez-Lopez,
believing that there was an immediate threat of deadly assault on himself and .
He believed Officer Tiffe was stabbed and down, and that he had already
suffered serious injury and was in imminent threat of deadly assault if the threat
posed by Mr. Perez-Lopez was not stopped. Officer Reboli's firing in defense of
himself, his partner, and z, in accordance DGO 5.02, Sections I.C.1.a
and b.

• Officer Tiffe fired one round at Mr. Perez-Lopez, believing the suspect was
moving to assault and represented an immediate threat of death or
serious bodily injury. Officer Tiffe's firing in defense o in
accordance with DGO 5.02, Section I.C.1.b.

• Officer Reboli or Officer Tiffe had witnessed Mr. Perez-Lopez attempt violent,
felonious assaults against them and had reason to believe he had similarly
assaulted The officers were aware that Mr. Perez-Lopez was likely to
injure the officers, or someone else if his apprehension was delayed.
The officers' use of their firearms to apprehend Mr. Perez-Lopez under these
circumstances is in accordance with DGO 5.02, Section I.C.1.c.

• Despite the tense, uncertain, and rapidly unfolding nature of this dynamic
encounter, Officer Tiffe and Officer Reboli were each aware of his respective
background when he fired. Both officers weighed available force options before
firing, including unconventional options (such as Officer Reboli considering using
his radio as a projectile). Each officer fired only when he believed the threat
necessitated the use of lethal force. Each officer stopped firing as soon as he
recognized the immediate threat was over. Despite the effects high stress arousal
and shock, Officer Reboli had the presence of mind to sweep the west side of
Folsom Street for possible unintended injuries. To the extent practical, the officers
exercised reasonable care to avoid jeopardizing the safety of innocent members of

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the public, in accordance with DGO 5.02, Section I.C.3, REASONABLE


CARE.

• Back up officers arrived on scene as shots were fired. Supervisors were notified as
soon as feasible, enabling a coordinated response to preserve the scene and
evidence, satisfying the requirements of DGO 5.02, Section I.D,
REPORTING DISCHARGE OF FIREARMS.

Recommendations

Based on the investigations summarized above, the following recommendations are


hereby made:

It is recommended that Officer Eric Reboli's use of his Department-issued firearm


February 26, 2015 be deemed In Policy.

It is recommended that Officer Craig Tiffe's use of his Department-issued firearm


February 26, 2015 be deemed In Policy.

It is recommended that Officer Craig Tiffe's failure to carry his O.C. canister,
impact weapon, and spare magazine on his person on February 26, 2015 be deemed
Not In Policy/Neglect of Duty.

It is recommended that Officer Craig Tiffe be referred to the Academy for a


training assessment, in order to identify and provide appropriate internal and/or
outside training to address:

Equipment requirements of plainclothes San Francisco Police officers, as


specified in Department General Order 10.02;
• Tactical and officer safety considerations in high risk and violent crime stops.

Since this incident, the Department has addressed problematic notifications, adopting the
EverBridge notification system. EverBridge has been tested, implemented, and utilized
since this incident. This is an automated notification service that pushes notifications over
multiple platforms (e.g., phone, texts, email, etc.) in the event of a critical incident.
Partner agencies enroll their personnel, including multiple contact points, to ensure
prompt and accurate notice. Notifications are sent simultaneously through specified
platforms, and the notices are repeated until on-call personnel individuals acknowledge

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their receipt. This system addresses issues that contributed to the 18-minute delay in the
notification of the D.A. personnel in this incident.

Based on this case, as well as other recent investigations by this unit, the following
recommendations are made with respect to Departmental communications in the course
of Officer-Involved Shootings investigations (as well as In-Custody Deaths):

• If it has not already done so, the Department should ensure that clear guidelines are
enacted, in writing, regarding its release of information at the outset of an Officer-
Involved Shooting or In-Custody Death. Such guidelines must take into
consideration the fact that that the investigation evolves dramatically throughout the
first twelve to twenty-four hours, and information gathered at the scene includes
substantial hearsay and conjecture.
While balancing the public's right to be informed and the Department's desire to be
transparent with the investigative integrity and deliberative process of the
investigation, the Department must understand that it "cannot put toothpaste back in
the tube." Initial information must be understood to be partial, if not suspect, and
"preliminary" statements or release of information by the Department at the outset
of an investigation must be carefully vetted for accuracy and appropriateness.

• Department Bulletin 17-149, Release of Information to the News Media and/or


Public Regarding Homicide Detail Investigations was re-issued on July 5, 2017.
This bulletin places clear restrictions on what may be said to the press and public
about a case being investigated by Homicide Detail and establishes a process for
releasing information. This bulletin applies to O.I.S. cases, because they are
criminally investigated by the Homicide Detail, whether or not a death is involved.
Should the criminal investigation of O.I.S. cases be handled by another unit, this
policy should be revised to cover those circumstances.

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It is respectfully recommended that if discipline is deemed appropriate, based on the


findings of this investigation, that it is consistent with the SFPD schedule of discipline.

It is respectfully recommended that this case be forwarded to the Firearm Discharge


Review Board for review per Department General Order 8.11.

Prepared by: Approved

ergealit John Crudo #1694 Lieutenant R. jitfrew Cox #287

Date: Date:_______

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CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO
POLICE DEPARTMENT
HEADQUARTERS
1245 3R0 Street
San Francisco, California 94158
LONDON N. BREED WILLIAM SCOTT
MAYOR August 1, 2018 CHIEF OF POLICE

The Commanding Officer of the Internal Affairs Division recommends that


this case, having been presented to and reviewed by the Firearm Discharge
Review Board, be classified as indicated:

RECOMMENDATION: OFFICER-INVOLVED SHOOTING

Officer Eric Reboli #1621

Officer-Involved Shooting
In Policy/Proper Conduct
No Further Action

Sergeant Craig Tiffe #1312

Officer-Involved Shooting
In Policy/Proper Conduct

Neglect of Duty
(re: DGO 10.02)
Improper Conduct
Admonishment/Retraining

RETRAINING: Sgt. Craig Tiffe #1312 shall be retrained on DGO 10.02 by his
Platoon Commander. The training shall be documented in a
memorandum by Sgt. Tiffe and placed in his personnel file.

Acting Captain
Lt. William Braconi #2246
I Concur CaN-6. vt,

I do not Concur

WILLIAM SCOTT
Chief of Police

13 4

Date Assistant Chief 1-1$or M. Sainez #1667


Chief of Staff •
I.A.D. 0.I.S. Case #15-003 Cko(J.)1c,
/IF

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INTERNAL AFFAIRS DIVISION
CASE EVALUATION

Evaluation by Lieutenant R. Andrew Cox #287 July 31, 2018


IAD OIS Case #15-0

MEMBER(S) INVOLVED: Ofc. Eric Reboil #1651


( )
Ofc. Criag Tiffe #1312

ALLEGATION(S): Officer Involved Shooting


Neglect of Duty

FINDINGS:

Facts of the Case:


• This incident occurred prior to DGO 5.02 being rescinded and incorporated into DGO
5.01 (revised 12/21/16).
• Ofc. Tiffe has since been promoted to the rank sergeant and will be listed as such in
this evaluation.
• On 02/26/15, Ofc. Reboli and Sgt. Tiffe were working as the 3D39 (plainclothes).
• At approx. 2144 hrs, Ofc. Reboli and Sgt. Tiffe responded as backup for the 3D14E
regarding a Latin male with a knife chasing near Folsom and 24th St.
• Ofc. Reboli and Sgt. Tiffe arrived on scene and attempted to detain (V)
and (S) Amilcar Perez-Lopez, who matched the broadcast description.
• Ofc. Reboli approached and detained
• Sgt. Tiffe approached but failed to detain Perez-Lopez.
• Perez-Lopez wielded a knife toward Sgt. Tiffe.
• The officers drew their firearms and yelled warnings to drop the knife to Perez-Lopez.
• Ofc. Reboli feared he, Sgt. Tiffe, an were at risk of an immediate deadly attack
from Perez-Lopez.
• Sgt. Tiffe feared that was at risk of an immediately deadly attack from Perez-
Lopez.
• Both officers then fired their department issued firearms at Perez-Lopez, striking him six
times.
• Ofc. Obidi #2328 and Ofc. Mayo #2308 arrived and Ofc. Obidi initiated CPR on Perez-
Lopez.
• Ofc. Obidi was relieved by SFFD paramedics. The paramedics determined that further
lifesaving efforts were not warranted. The Medical Examiner was notified of Perez-
Lopez' death at 22:03 hours.

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• Statements from more than 50 individuals were taken during the investigation.
• On April 12, 2017, District Attorney Gascon released a 25-page report summarizing his
Office's investigation and analysis.
• The DA concluded: Based on the facts, circumstances, and applicable law in the matter,
there is insufficient evidence to file any criminal charges against Officer Reboli or Officer
Tiffe.
• During the IAD investigation, the following was found:
1. Ofc. Reboli and Sgt. Tiffe attempted to effect a legal stop of and
Perez-Lopez.
2. Sgt. Tiffe and Ofc. Reboli each drew their firearm in response to an
immediate attack, likely to cause death or serious bodily injury, in
accordance with DGO 5.02.I.B.2.
3. The officers repeated warnings to drop the knife, in accordance with
DGO 5.02.I.C.2.
4. Ofc. Reboli fired in the defense of himself, Sgt. Tiffe and , from an
immediate life-threatening assault, in accordance with DGO 5.02.I.B.a-c.
5. Sgt. Tiffe fired in defense o z from an immediate life-threatening
assault, in accordance with DGO 5.02.I.B.b and c.
6. Both officers were mindful of the safety of the public, in accordance with
DGO 5.02.I.C.3.
7. Immediate notification was made regarding the shooting, in accordance
with DGO 5.02.I.D.
8. Sgt. Tiffe did not have a spare magazine, OC, or impact weapon on his
person when he approached Mr. Perez-Lopez, in violation of DGO
10.02.I.D.2.d., k and I.

• The case was presented to the Third Quarter 2017 FDRB. The panel voted unanimously
to accept the recommendation of In Policy.

Section(s) Referenced:

DGO 2.01, rule 10 WRITTEN ORDERS. Members shall obey all written orders,
policies and procedures of the Department, and promptly obey all lawful written
or verbal directives of superiors.

DGO 5.01 USE OF FORCE

DGO 5.02 USE OF FIREARM

DGO 10.02 EQUIPMENT

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.

The Officer in Charge of the Internal Affairs Division concurs with the investigative findings of
Sgt. John Crudo that the following finding(s) should be made:

RECOMMENDATION: Ofc. Eric Reboli #1621

Officer Involved Shooting


In Policy/Proper Conduct
No Further Action

Sgt. Craig Tiffe #1312

Officer Involved Shooting


In Policy/Proper Conduct

Neglect of Duty
(re: DGO 10.02)
Improper Conduct
Admonishment/Retraining

RETRAINING: Sgt. Craig Tiffe #1312 shall be retrained on DGO 10.02 by his Platoon
Commander. The training shall be documented in a memorandum signed by
Sgt. Tiffe and placed in his personnel file.

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San Francisco Police Department
Memorandum •

. , To: • Lt. Michael D. Philpott #65


Commanding Officer
APPROVED YES , NO
Night Investigations

. From: Lieutenant R. ANDREW COX


Commanding Officer
Internal'Affairs Divi ion

Date: Thursday; August 30, 2018

Subject: ALW TAD OIS Case #15-003 -Direction to Admonish Sergeant Craig Tiffe
#1312

On February 26-, 2015, Officer Reboli and Sgt. Tiffe were working as the 31)39 (plainclothes)
unit. At approximately 2144 hours, both officers responded as backup for 3D14E regarding a
Latin male with a knife chasing near Folsom and 24th Street. They arrived on scene
and attempted to detain , and Arnilcar Perez-Lopez, Sgt. Tiffe
approached and attempted to detain Mr. Perez-Lopez. Mr. Perez-Lopez wielded a knife towards
Sgt. Tiffe: Both officers drew their firearms and yelled repeated warnings to Mr. Perez-Lopez to
drop his knife. Both officers feared that they, along with , were at risk of an immediate
deadly attack from Mr. Perez-Lopez. Both officers drew their firearm and fired in the direction
of Mr. Perez-Lopez striking him six times. Statements from more than 50 individuals were
taken during the investigation and the District Attorney concluded that there was insufficient
evidence to file any criminal charges. The TAD investigation that followed found that the.
officer's conduct was within Department policy. However, Sgt. Tiffe did not have a spare
magazine,oc, or impact Weapon on his person when he approached Mr. Perez-Lopez. This
• failure on the part of Sgt. Tiffe is considered Neglect of Duty in violation of Department
General Order 10.02.I.D.2.d, K and'I.

The Chief of Police has ordered that Sgt. Tiffe be admonished and retrained regarding his
conduct in this matter.

This order for an admonishment does not constitute discipline. Please return this memorandum
to the Internal Affairs Division when the admonishment and retraining has been completed, so
we can close our file.

Sergeant Craig Tiffe #1312 was admonished and retrained regardin this matter on
,2018. 5~
Lt. Michael D.P1i11pott #65

SFPD-88 (03/89) *
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TYPE OF CASE CASE NO. VICTIM
Assault, Aggravated on Police 150178555 CCSF
Officer (01S)
DATE DETAIL INSPECTOR ASSIGNED
February 26, 2015 Major Crimes Unit — Homicide Sgt. Anthony Ravano #929
ACTIVITY
All times are approximate and the interviews contained within this chronological of
investigation are summaries and are intended to be an investigative aid for the investigators
assigned to the case. The chronological of investigation in general is solely provided as a
guide and is also used to reference other documents to assist the investigators during the
investigation.
DATE TIME February 26, 2015

02/26/15 1015 Advised of Officer Involved Shooting at 24th and Folsom Streets
2250 Arrived on-scene with Homicide Insp. Dedet #101, Sgt. Levy #4216, and Sgt.
Canning #269. Deceased IFO Folsom Street. Advised two officers involved
and two witness officers. Refer to notes
2335 Sgt. Canning and I conducted interview with Folsom. Refer
to notes and audio disk
February 27, 2015
02/27/15 0015 Co. D with Insp. Dedet. Obtained photo of ID found on deceased from Officer
Galligan #860
0110 Walk through conducted at scene with Insp. Dedet, Officers Reboli and Tiffe, and
Michael Whelan (attorney)
0145 HOJ-Homicide received photos from Sgt. Levy of knife and bike from scene
0200 HOJ-Homicide Office. Insp. Dedet and I conducted interview with
Refer to notes and disk
0305 HOJ-Homicide Office. Insp. Dedet, DA Invest. Tang, and I conducted interview
with witness Officer Domonique Ellis #1614. Refer to notes and disk
0317 HOJ-Homicide Office. Insp. Dedet, DA Invest. Tang, and I conducted interview
with witness Officer Joshua Cabillo #1014. Refer to notes and disk
0805 Advised by Sgt. Canning that SFME identified deceased as Emilcar Perez-Lopez
. Same name and date of birth on ID taken from deceased
0945 Advised of ShotSpotter activation at Folsom Street at 2147 hours (02/26).
Obtained ShotSpotter audio and activation sheet. Refer to case file
1200 HOJ-Homicide Office. Insp. Dedet, DA1 Lt. Sanchez, ADA Sullivan and I
conducted interview with Officer Craig Tiffe #1312 (w/ attorney Michael Whelan).
Refer to notes and disk
1505 HOJ-Homicide Office. Insp. Dedet, DAI Lt. Sanchez, ADA Sullivan and I
conducted interview with Officer Reboli #1651 (w/ attorney Peter Furst). Refer to
_
notes and disk
February 28, 2015
02/28/15 1210 Sgt. Canning and I conducted interview with Folsom. Refer
to notes and disk
1220 Sgt. Canning and I conducted interview with Folsom
Refer to notes and disk
1230 Sgt. Canning and I conducted interview with Folsom. Refer
to notes and disk
1250 Sgt. Canning and I conducted interview with Folsom.
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CHRONOLOGICAL REPORT OF INVESTIGATION Page 2 of 8
DATE TIME ACTIVITY

Refer to notes and disk


1445 SF DEM - took custody of DEM CAD and related disk. Refer to case file
1700 Contacted via telephone by . Conducted interview. Refer to notes and
disk
1715 Contacted via telephone by . Conducted interview. Refer to notes
and disk
March 2, 2015
03/02/15 0825 Received SFFD CAD from DEM Custodian of Records. Refer to case file
0935 Took custody of photo disk and DVD of scene from Officer Hintzen at CSI-MEU
1330 Received disk from Sgt. Canning containing footage from Folsom. Refer to
case file
1845 Town Hall Meeting (Cesar Chavez Elementary School). Met with
and
of Suspect. Both in attendance at meeting
March 3, 2015
03/03/15 0910 Conducted phone interview with . Refer to case
file for notes and disk
0940 Attempted to interview via telephone. Insp.
Dedet spoke to . Did not want to discuss incident. Refer to audio
1100 Responded to the 2800 block Folsom with Sgts Canning and Levy. Contacted
Folsom with . Responded to Co. D
with above investigators and Took
fingerprints. Responded to residence at (
). Refer to notes, disks, and prints
1305 Responded to the 2800 block of Folsom with Insp. Dedet, Sgts Canning, and
Levy. Spoke with several including: Refer to notes
and disks
1615 Responded to CSI-MEU. Took custody of ME photos and disk. Refer to case file
March 4, 2015
03/04/15 1200 Conducted phone interview with via telephone. Refer to case file
March 11, 2015
03/11/15 0930 Submitted 64 form to Crime Lab for firearms operability test. Refer to case file
1345

March 16, 2015


-03/16/15 1130 Responded to SFME Office: Took-custody of-ME-"bundle"
1330 Responded to Property Control. Booked ME "bundle". Provided property to Sgt.
Doss. Refer to case file

March 26, 2015
03/26/15 1515 Submitted two 64 forms to Crime Lab for Suspect DNA analysis to knife and
firearm comparison to projectiles and casings. Refer to case file

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March 301 2015


03/30/15 1455 Received disk from Lt. Chaplin. Disk obtained from Lt. Fatooh. Contains
footage from 24th and Folsom. Reviewed disk. Does not capture incident.
Refer to case file
April 28, 2015
04/28/15 1435 Contacted Mission Station re: procession to Mission Station for Perez-Lopez on
April 24th. Was told PSA was working station duty at that time
1445 Spoke with DAI Peterson. He left VM for .
returned call (VM). Peterson called )
May 8, 2015
05/08/15 0845 Met with DAI Paul Peterson. Provided him copies of Cabillo's audio with
and March 3rd audio with
1025 Met with DAI Paul Peterson. Provided him copy of diagram by
May 15,2015
05/15/15 0930 Provided contact list to DAI Paul Peterson
1130 Received transcript on CD of involved officer interviews from Lt. O'Brien. Refer to
case file
July 1, 2015
07/01/15 0800 Received SF OCME Report. Refer to case file
0800 Received DNA form from r. Refer to case file
July 21, 2015
07/21/15 1005 Received CSI report. Refer to case file
July 21, 2015
07/21/15 1000 Met with DAI Paul Peterson
August 14 2015
08/14/15 0855 Contacted by Dr. OCME re: ethanol present in Perez-Lopez. Essentially
told me the following:
• Subject would have been very intoxicated
• Urine sample is historical and is considered waste product
• Blood sample would be most accurate
• Blood sample BAC % of subject with that % would have the following
symptoms: state of confusion or excitement, emotional instability, loss of
critical judgment and understanding, confusion
• BAC % would have been very impairing (alcohol concentration)
... _
— -- -- 4-131-0-od-Wat-taken dUring autopsy on- 02/27/15—and Toxicology rec'd iron
03/03/15
• Assume the measured blood at the time of the autopsy is accurate to what
Subject had in system at time of incident ( at minimum)
• Average living man eliminates alcohol at 0.015%/hour
• Once heart stops - alcohol elimination stops (essentially)
• Generally divide urine % by 1.3 and it will estimate the presence in blood

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• August 19, 2015


08/19/15 0901 Contacted DAI Peterson re: interviews with (S) . Has not heard back
from them or attorney
September 3, 2015
09/03/15 1248 Received DNA profile form from Mark Powell at Crime Lab. Refer to case file
September 28, 2015
09/28/15 1400 Received ballistic report from SFPD Crime Lab. Refer to case file
November 2, 2015
11/02/15 0920 Ballistic report to DAI Peterson
December 14, 2015
12/14/15 0945 Provided ADA Michael Sullivan two disks (phone info)
December 15, 2015
12/15/15 1117 Received call at desk from DAI Matt Ervine re: phone record related to
and outgoing call at approx. 0600 hours
1139 Spoke with Lt. Dedet re: above calls. Attempted to contact via phone
previously (no answer). No call made with Perez-Lopez's phone by him
1153 Contacted DAI Matt Ervine re: Lt. Dedet contact
1349 Received Lt. Dedet's updated chron. Refer to case file
December 30, 2015
12/30/15 0850 Provided DAI Matt Ervine with four (4) disks containing video interviews of

January 27, 2016


01/27/16 1705 Received voice message from DAI Matt Ervine re: case file request
1520 Received email from DAI Matt Ervine re: records request from case file. Refer to
case file
January 28, 2016
01/28/15 0755 Contacted DAI Matt Ervine. DAI Matt Ervine told me that DA representatives
were able to interview of the Victim. I
requested a copy the interviews. DAI Matt Ervine told me that he would not
provide me with copies of the interviews. He told me that were
afraid that the police would kill them and they were told the police would not
review their interviews
0827 I sent DAI Matt Ervine an email requesting the interviews conducted with
Refer to case file
0831 Reviewed- voice message from DAI Matt Ervine I received on my work cell phone
re: requests
January 29, 2016
01/29/16 1248 Received voice message from DAI Matt Ervine requesting meeting with Lt.
O'Brien and I
1315 Returned call to DAI Matt Ervine. DAI Matt Ervine told me he would call me back
in several minutes
1320 Received call from DAI Matt Ervine. Meeting scheduled for Feb 1st at 0900 hours
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February 1, 2016
02/01/16 0900 Met with DAI Matt Ervine and Lt. O'Brien at HOJ Homicide. SFPD will not have
access to interviews o were
interviewed by DA personnel after Christmas at an off-site location. DA Gascon
assured and their respective attorneys that DA personnel
would not provide SFPD with information re: interview
February 2, 2016
02/02/16 0942 Received voice message from DAI Ray Tang re: case file and copies of
information from file
February 8, 2016
02/08/16 1330 DAI Ray Tang responded to HOJ Homicide to make copies of case file. Took
custody of all items except interview interview,
interview, interview, interview, phone
forensic download disks, MUNI coach 2138-2141 hours, MUM coach
2113-2125 hours, MUNI coach 2115-2125 hours, MUNI coach 2130-
2145 hours, MUNI coach 2050-2105 hours, MUNI coach 2140-2144
hours
February 10, 2016
02/10/16 1005 Provided DAI Ray Tang with interview,
interview, interview, interview,
interview, phone forensic download disks, MUNI coach 2138-2141 hours,
MUNI coach 2113-2125 hours, MUNI coach 2115-2125 hours, MUNI
coach 2130-2145 hours, MUNI coach 2050-2105 hours, MUNI coach
2140-2144 hours from case file
March 8, 2016
03/08/16 1457 Received voice message from OCC Inv. David Aulet re: OCC 134-15 and SFPD
Report 150 178 555. Left number
1508 Contacted David Aulet via telephone. He stated he will be requesting the initial
police report and audio recordings of and Officer Ellis through
SFPD Legal. I advised him that all requests are to go through SFPD Legal
March 9, 2016
03/09/16 1150 Officer Clemente #4322 Legal Division responded to Homicide Detail with OCC
non-routine request for copy of (V) audio recording. Request did
not indicate specific recording. Advised Officer Clemente to clarify with OCC. Did
not provide any recordings at this time. Refer to case file
-1207-- Received call from Officer-Clemente.- -He spoke-to-OCC—Aulet who stated-that he--
wanted the audio recording of rom February 26th. Advised
Officer Clemente to receive request in writing

March 15, 2016


03/15/16 1027 Received OCC request from Officer Barberini via email for audio recordings of
Officers Ellis and Cabillo. Contacted Officer Barberini stating recordings would be
available
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1057 Contacted by via phone re: additional OCC non-routine requests.


1105 Made copies related to Officers Ellis and Cabillo for pick up by Legal Division
1130 Received email from re: OCC non-routine requests for the
following:

• Copy of audio recording of (V) Related to March 9th request)


• Copy of Officers Ellis and Cabillo audio (Related to Officer Barberini
request)
• Copy of all redacted SFPD chrons and copy of all (V) audio and
witness audio

Refer to case file


March 16, 2016
03/16/16 1120 Legal Division Officer Clemente responded to HOJ-Homicide for OCC non-routine
request material. Provided Chronologicals and audio disks with Officer Ellis and
Cabillo interviews. Officer Clemente copied 17 audio disks related to request
March 22 / 2016
03/22/16 1131 Received OCC Non-Routine request from Legal Division re: initial
reports and subsequent reports. Refer to case file
1214 Sent supplemental report completed by me
April 4, 2016
04/04/16 1400 Received 4 OCC non-routine requests dated March 30, 2016 from Officer
Barberini SFPD Legal Division via intra-department mail. Refer to case file
April 5, 2016
04/05/16 0900 Officer Barberini SFPD Legal Division responded to HOJ Homicide to make
copies of OCC non-routine requests related to the 4 March 30th requests. I not
have FDRB related documents
April 26, 2016
04/26/16 1040 I reviewed SF Examiner article by Jonah Lamb re: incident. Refer to case file
April 27, 2016
04/27/16 1155 I reviewed Mission Local article by Joe Rivas Barros re: incident. Refer to case
file
May 2, 2016
05/02/16 0850 Officer Barberini SFPD Legal Division responded to HOJ Homicide to make copy
of disk "Mission Store" related to OCC non-routine re_quest from April 26, 2016.
Refer to case file
May 3, 2016
05/03/16 0914 Officer Barberini SFPD Legal Division responded to HOJ Homicide to make
copies related to OCC non-routine request from April 26, 2016. He copied the
following:
o video
o Photographs and diagram from (RN) interview
o video
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24th Street video (previously provided on 4/5),

No footage re: addl video requests (3). Refer to case file


May 4, 2016
05/04/16 1455 Received KQED article re: case from Lt. Yu. Refer to case file
May 5, 2016
05/05/16 0930 Advised by Sgt. Levy that SFFD contacted him re: DAI Inv. Jackson
setting up interviews with 1st responder SFFD personnel
1005 Contacted SFFD re: 1st responders. Refer to case file
1015 Attempted to contact DAI Jackson
1151 Sent email request to SFFD Refer to case file
1213 Received call from SFFD DAI request for interview was for
different case all together
1224 Contacted DAI Jackson re: mix up
1229 Received call from SFFD re: SFFD runsheet related to this incident
1239 Sent email to SFFD regarding this incident. Refer to case file
1410 Received SFFD EMS runsheet from Refer to case file
June 1, 2016
06/01/16 1327 Contacted by ADA Michael Sullivan. He requested I provide him with my updated
chron and shotspotter report
1358 Sent chron and shotspotter report to ADA Michael Sullivan via email. Refer to
case file
June 16, 2016
06/16/16 0925 Sent J nterview to ADA Mike Sullivan
June 29, 2016
06/29/16 1035 Contacted ADA Mike Sullivan re: shotspotter audio enhancement. It was not
enhanced by the DA's office
1050 Attempted to contact NCRIC forensic analyst Hutchinson. Left a message
July 25, 2016
07/25/16 1005 Provided ADA Michael Sullivan with two disks containing audio
from 02/27/15 and surveillance footage
September 15, 2016
09/15/16 0724 Sent email request to Shotspotter re: forensic report. Refer to case file
07_47 Received emaiLfrom Shotspotterre._request. Refer to case file
1358 Sent email to Shotspotter re: request. Refer to case file
September 16, 2016
09/16/16 0627 Received additional Shotspotter information: audio and enhance incident report.
Refer to case file
October 5, 2016
10/05/16 0810 Returned call to ADA Mike Sullivan. Needs to copy a CD. Will contact me with
description of CD
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0824 Forwarded most recent ShotSpotter report and audio to ADA Mike Sullivan
0932 Contacted by ADA Sullivan re: MUNI footage with times 2125 to 2150, he
requested a copy. I contacted Sgt. Canning who will arrange the copy
0939 Contacted ADA Sullivan re: disk
November 1, 2016
11/01/16 1238 Received email from Lt. Guzman DAI re: follow-up question for Officers Ellis and
Cabillo. Refer to case file
November 2, 2016
11/02/16 0650 Responded to Lt. Guzman DAI via re: follow-up question
November 3, 2016
11/03/16 1220 Sent requests to Officers Ellis and Cabillo re: DAI interview request
November 9, 2016
11/09/16 0609 Conducted interview with Officer Ellis at Northern Station. DAI Lt. Bobby Guzman
present. Refer to case file
December 15, 2016
12/15/16 1444 Conducted interview with Officer Cabillo at Northern Station. DAI Lt. Bobby
Guzman present. Refer to case file
April 13, 2017
04/13/17 1140 Received SFDA Declination Letter re: Officers Tiffe and Reboli. No charges will
be filed against the officers. Refer to case file
April 17, 2017
04/17/17 1300 Forwarded Homicide Detail report to Lt. Yu. Refer to case file

LAST UPDATED 04/17/17


Lt. Edward Yu #2248
Homici e Detail

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DATE DETAIL INSPECTOR ASSIGNED
Thursday, February 26, 2015 Homicide Sgt. Canning #269
DATE TIME ACTIVITY
This chronological of investigation is intended as an investigative aid to the Investigator.
Unless otherwise noted, all times are approximate.
2-26-15 2213 Notified of incident by Operations.
2-26-15 2240 Arrived at scene. Briefed by Sgt. Montoya.
Scene canvass.
2-26-15 2335 Recorded interview of with Sgt. Ravano #929 at olsom St.
Refer to recorded interview for more detail.
2-27-15 0010 Responded to Hall of Justice. Ofc. Cabillo #1014 gave me an audio CD of
statements he recorded at the scene. Retained in case file.
2-27-15 0045 Recorded interview of with Sgt. Levy #4216 and DA Inv.
Peterson at Hall of Justice. Refer to recorded interview for more detail.
2-27-15 0155 Recorded interview of with Sgt. Levy and DA Inv. Peterson at
Hall of Justice. Refer to recorded interview for more detail.
2-27-15 0225 Recorded interview of with Sgt. Levy and DA Inv. Peterson at
Hall of Justice. Refer to recorded interview for more detail.
2-27-15 0255 Recorded interview of with Sgt. Levy and DA Inv. Peterson at Hall
of Justice. Refer to recorded interview for more detail.
2-27-15 0320 Ofc. Querna #2117 gave me a statement form written by
Retained in case file.
2-27-15 0605 Attempted to access deceased robbery suspect's cell phone to determine his
ID. Cell phone was locked. Called 9-1-1 from cell phone and the dispatcher
determined the number was
2-27-15 0800 Contacted at SF Medical Examiner's office who confirmed the
identity of the deceased robbery suspect as Emilcar Perez-Lopez (DOB:
).
2-27-15 0930 Submitted Perez-Lopez's cell phone to CS1 requesting they extract all data
from phone.
2-27-15 1110 Submitted video retrieval request to CSI.
2-27-15 1550 Obtained CD's containing data from Perez-Lopez's cell phone extraction,
accompanying report, and Perez-Lopez's cell phone from CSI. Retained in
case file.
2-27-15 1620 Obtained video footage of from CSI. Retained in case file.
2-27-15 1000 Picked up Muni video from of coach on 2-26-15.
2-28-15 1210 Recorded interview of with Sgt. Ravano a Folsom St. Refer
to recorded interview for more detail.
2-28-15 1220 Recorded interview of with Sgt. Ravano at Folsom
St. Refer to recorded interview for more detail.
2-28-15 1235 Recorded interview of with Sgt. Ravano at Folsom St.
Refer to recorded interview for more detail.
2-28-15 1255 Recorded interview of with Sgt. Ravano at Folsom St.
Refer to recorded interview for more detail.
2-28-15 1300 Left voicemail message for to call me back regarding the incident.
2-28-15 1300 Canvassed 2800 block of Folsom St. for security cameras. Did not observe
any cameras that weren't previously identified by other officers.
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2-28-15 1500 Picked up Muni video from of coaches


on 2-26-15.
2-28-15 1510 Queried bicycle's serial number, there was no record or
indication of any registration or stolen property information.
2-28-15 1520 Recorded phone interview of . Refer to recorded interview for
more detail.
3-2-15 0800 Received CSI report and video footage of Folsom St on 2-26-15 from Ofc.
Barcena #1715. Retained in case file.
3-2-15 1130 Picked up Muni video from of coaches ,
on 2-26-15. Retained in case file.
3-3-15 1100 Canvassed 2800 block of Folsom St. Refer to notes and recorded
conversations for more detail.
3-3-15 1305 Canvassed 2800 block of Folsom St. Refer to notes and recorded
conversations for more detail.
3-3-15 1619 Booked 4 fingerprint cards of as evidence at Property Control
Division (PCD).
3-20-17 1240 Received non-routine OCC document request for SFFD records. Contacted
Legal Division Ofc. Clemente #4322 who copied the requested documents.

LAST UPDATED 3/20/17 12:50 PM

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DATE DETAIL INSPECTOR ASSIGNED
Thursday, February 26, 2015 Homicide Daniel Dedet #101
DATE TIME ACTIVITY
02/26 1000 Received notification from DOC
1050 Arrived on scene

The scene was located in front of Folsom Street.


The decedent was located in the parking lane between two parked vehicles.
Casings were located along the sidewalk.

Received briefing from Officers Galligan #860 and Cota #357, 3D92
Received briefing from Sgt Chris Canning.
Officers responded to a robbery in progress and located the suspect decedent
and the victim. During the contact, the suspect produced a knife. The suspect
was shot. The suspect expired on scene.
Inspector Scholdice was processed the scene.
Dr Moffatt of the Medical Examiner's Office recovered the suspects white
Samsung cell phone and surrendered it to me.

Sgt Tony Montoya of Co D informed me that he obtained the public safety


statement from the involved officers.
Involved officers,
Craig Reboli and Tiffe
Present at the scene
Command Staff
Chief Greg Suhr
Chief Hector Sainez
Chief Lynn Tomioka
Commander Redman
Commander Robert Moser
Captain Dan Parea
Captain Jim Miller

Mission Station
Lieutenant Mark Im
Sgt Tony Montoya

CSI
Lt Brian Devlin
Insp. Ronin Scholdice

ME Office
Dr Ellen Moffat

Contacted witness to arrange interviews

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DATE TIME ACTIVITY

Lieutenant Im assisted with transporting witnesses from the scene to the


Homicide Detail.
1220 To Co. D
Met with involved officers and arranged a crime scene walk through.
0115 Completed crime scene walkthrough with involved shooting officers
0200 To HOJ
Interviewed .
is the victim of an attempted robbery and aggravated assault by the
suspect.
See notes and CD
0305 Sgt Ravano and I interviewed Officer Domonique Ellis #1614.
See notes and CD
0320 Sgt Ravano and I interviewed Officer Joshua Cabillo #1014.
See notes and CD
03/27 1200 Taped interview with Officer Craig Tiffe #1312
See notes and CD
1500 Taped interview with Officer Eric Reboli #1651
See notes and CD
03/02 0900 Booked the suspects cell phone into PCD.
03/03 1300 Canvassed the 2800 block of Folsom Street with Sgt's Ravano, Canning and
Levy.
See Notes
03/05 1055 Voice message left for

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Thursday, February 26, 2015 Night Investigations Sgt. Gordon #1913
DATE TIME ACTIVITY
02/26/15 2230 Sgt. Sullivan #2484, Sgt. Kelly #4205, and I responded to Folsom St
regarding an officer involved shooting. Upon arrival I observed that a crime
scene had been established and crime scene tape was in place.

Officer Cunnie #181 informed me that he had contacted two witnesses. Both of
the witnesses were Folsom St.

2311 I responded to Folsom St and interviewed

informed me that was reading on ,


heard an argument outside, coming from near the house next to on
the . A dog started howling and

howed me the was looking out and I observed that it


was of building. I could
see out onto Folsom St.

observed a Hispanic walking out from the with a silver


bicycle. only observed the suspect from behind and could not identify
if saw again. The suspect was wearing a dark colored hat.

heard a male voice yell to call 911. Shortly after heard somebody
yell, "get down on the grass." heard approximately five gunshots.
observed a on the sidewalk wearing a white shirt.

informed me that did not see the shooting did not see any
cops, an did not see the suspect shot. only heard the incident.

2347 I responded to Folsom St and interviewed

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informed me that they did not see the incident but that
they heard multiple gunshots.

informed me that they believed the suspect might be


Amilcar Perez-Lopez. They thought that the suspect may be
. Perez-
Lopez works for a and would normally at this
time in the evening.

described Perez-Lopez as a Hispanic male, with long


black hair, approximately years old.

showed me a copy of Amilcar Perez-Lopez birth certificate. I


observed that it was a with a photograph of Perez-
Lopez. Perez-Lopez was listed as having a date of birth .

I took a photograph of Amilcar Perez-Lopez birth certificate.

provided me with Amilcar Perez-Lopez phone number,

I forwarded the photograph of Perez-Lopez birth certificate to Sgt. Ravano


#929.

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Thursday, February 26, 2015 N.I.U. Sgt. Sullivan #2484 supp.for
Sgt. Canning #269
DATE TIME ACTIVITY
02/26/15 2240 Sgt. Gordon #1913 and I responded to the scene of an OIS on Folsom St.
between 24th St and 25th St. At the directive of Sgt. Canning #269, I contacted
MUNI command and obtained the run numbers as well as most of the
associated coach numbers for the Muni routes that were running at/or about
the time of the incident.

MUNI command provided me with the following Lines and Run numbers:

48 Line (outbound)- 235(unknown coach), 292(coach , 252(coach


48 Line (inbound)- 218 (unknown coach), 252(coach 288(coach

12 Line (outbound)- 742(coach , 734(coach ), 753(coach


12 Line (inbound)- 737(coach ), 742( coach , 734(coach )

I then contacted security guard and


requested pull all of the video footage from the above listed Muni runs and
forward the footage to Sgt. Canning.

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Thursday, February 26, 2015 Homicide Sgt Levy
DATE TIME ACTIVITY
02/26/15 1014 Notified of incident.
02/26/15 2300 Arrived on scene. Briefed on incident.

Officer Lin #4345 was with witness Officer Lin handed me a


statement written by which I eventually gave to Sgt Ravano.

I took a photo of the knife and bike at the scene.


02/27/15 1245 Sgt Canning and I conducted an interview with Refer to video
for further information.
02/27/15 0155 Sgt Canning and I conducted an interview with . Refer to
video for further information.
02/27/15 0225 Sgt Canning and I conducted an interview with . Refer to
video for further information.
02/27/15 0250 Sgt Canning and I conducted an interview with Refer to video
for further information.
03/02/15 0700 I printed internet media stories regarding this case.
03/03/15 1000 Sgt Ravano and I conducted an additional canvas for witnesses on the even
side of the 2600 block of Folsom Street.

I made contact with one person during this canvas who provided no further
information excep name and contact information:

All other persons contacted did not provide any further information.

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Memorandum
San Francisco Police Department APPROVED YE NO

Lt Edward '(u 2248


Horrdcde Detail Ll
To: Acting Captain Brian Philpott ASSINIIEFC1IAPJN #95t " /.7
Commanding Officer sFjpb

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Investigations Bureau Major Crimes Unit ACTIN,PT
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From: Sergeant Anthony RavanO #929 7 commanderG.McEa
San Francisco Police Department
Deputy Chief Redmond #
SFPD Operations Bure
Date: April 17, 2017

Subject: Criminal Investigation Report


Officer Involved Shooting i)

OIS 15-03
SFPD Incident 150 178 555
0
TYPE OF INCIDENT:

Officer Involved Shooting


Date and Time: 02/26/15 at 2147 hours
Location: block of Folsom Street, San Francisco, CA
SFPD Case Number: 150 178 555
Assigned Investigator: Sergeant Anthony Ravano #929

INVOLVED MEMBER(S):

Officer Eric F. Reboli #165 1


Mission Police Station
Date of Hire:

Officer Craig M. Tiffe #1312


Mission Police Station
Date of Hire:

SUSPECT.-
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Name: Amilcar Perez-Lopez
Hispanic Male

Pronounced deceased at the scene

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COMMAND STAFF AND COMMISSIONED OFFICER(S) RESPONSE:

Chief of Police Gregory Suhr


Deputy Chief Hector Sainez
Deputy Chief Lyn Tomioka
Commander Michael Redmond
Captain Mark Osuna Night Captain
Captain Daniel Perea Mission Station
Lieutenant Mark Tm Mission Station
Lieutenant Mario Molina Bayview Station
Lieutenant Christopher Woon Legal Division

INVESTIGATIONS BUREAU RESPONSE:

Commander Robert Moser Investigations


Captain James Miller Major Crimes
Lieutenant Alexa O'Brien Homicide
Sergeant/Inspector Daniel Dedet Homicide
Sergeant Alan Levy Homicide
Sergeant Christopher Canning Homicide
Sergeant Anthony Ravano Homicide
Sergeant Trevor Kelly Night Investigations
Sergeant Matthew Sullivan Night Investigations
Sergeant Philip Gordon Night Investigations

INTERNAL AFFAIRS DIVISION RESPONSE:

Lieutenant Robert Yick


Sergeant John Crudo
Sergeant Jayme Campbell

CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATIONS RESPONSE:

Lieutenant Brian Devlin


Inspector Ronan Shouldice
Officer Dennis Rodelas
Officer Deni Nibungco
Officer Andy Shakur

DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE RESPONSE:

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Lieutenant Carlos Sanchez
Investigator Raymond Tang
Investigator Paul Peterson

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OFFICE OF CITIZEN COMPLAINTS RESPONSE:

Investigator Ball
Investigator Baltazar

SIGNIFICANT EVENT TIMELINE:

21:44:10 911 call regarding person with a knife at 20 and Folsom Streets
21:44:39 Someone yelled "he's running with a knife over there"
21:45:07 Person with a knife chasing both around, wearing beanies
21:46:43 Knife with approx. 12" blade. Both parties in their . The person with the knife was
medium build, wearing a light jacket
21:46:53 Shots fired reported by San Francisco Police
21:48:30 Ambulance request for 20 year old male with a gunshot wound to chest
21:52:38 Ambulance arriving on scene
21:58:06 SFFD reports one victim deceased

INCIDENT OVERVIEW:

was walking bicycle on the 2800 block of Folsom St. (between 24th and 25th
Streets). Amilcar Perez-Lopez approached and offered to buy
bicycle. declined to sell the bicycle and continued to walk.

walked past Amilcar Perez-Lopez. heard Amilcar Perez-Lopez


say something. turned and looked at Amilcar Perez-Lopez. Amilcar Perez-Lopez
charged at while raising a knife, as if to stab . dropped bicycle and
ran away from Amilcar Perez-Lopez. Amilcar Perez-Lopez chased with the knife
raised as if to stab ran around parked cars, and up and down the
sidewalk and street to escape.

walked onto the 2800 block of Folsom Street from 24th Street. saw
Amilcar Perez-Lopez chasing with a knife. said was
fleeing from Amilcar Perez-Lopez. indicated was scared when Amilcar Perez-Lopez
chased ran away and called 911 to report the incident. Officers Tiffe
and Reboli responded to the 2800 block of Folsom Street regarding the 911 call. Officers Tiffe
and Reboli were dressed in plainclothes and were operating an unmarked police car.

Officers Tiffe and Reboli arrived on scene. and Amilcar Perez-Lopez were on
opposite sides of a parked vehicle. was on the street side and Amilcar Perez-
Lopez was on the sidewalk side of the vehicle. Officers Tiffe and Reboli identified themselves
verbally as police officers and had their police stars displayed on their outer-most garment of

Officer Tiffe approached Amilcar Perez-Lopez, Amilcar Perez-Lopez lunged at Officer Tiffe.
Officer Tiffe attempted to take Amilcar Perez-Lopez to the ground, initially not noticing Amilcar
Perez-Lopez had a knife in his hand. Amilcar Perez-Lopez slashed with the knife at Officer Tiffe
and Officer Tiffe pushed Amilcar Perez-Lopez away from him. Amilcar Perez-Lopez then
advanced towards Officer Reboli. Officer Reboli and Officer Tiffe ordered Amilcar to get back

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and drop the knife. Amilcar Perez-Lopez raised the knife and Officers Reboli and Tiffe
discharged their firearms, striking Amilcar Perez-Lopez, Amilcar Perez-Lopez fell to the ground.
Amilcar Perez-Lopez was handcuffed and aid was rendered. SFFD responded and pronounced
death for Amilcar Perez-Lopez. Six (6) .40 caliber shell casings were recovered at the scene.

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The below statements are in summary form only. For interviews in their entirety, refer to
the San Francisco Police Department Homicide Detail case file

SUMMARY OF OFFICER STATEMENTS:

Officer Craig Tiffe #1312

Officer Tiffe was interviewed on February 27, 2015. Officers Tiffe and Eric Reboli were on duty
in plainclothes and in an unmarked police vehicle. The officers responded to a call for service
regarding a man chasing with a knife in the area of 24th and Folsom Streets. Officer
Reboli alerted Officer Tiffe to two individuals near a parked car on Folsom Street. Officer Tiffe
saw near the driver's side door side view mirror.

Officer Tiffe exited their vehicle and saw Amilcar Perez-Lopez near the passenger side view
mirror of the parked vehicle. Officer Reboli approached and Officer Tiffe
approached Amilcar Perez-Lopez. Officer Tiffe identified himself as a police officer. Officer
Tiffe described Amilcar Perez-Lopez as having a "blood-lust, crazed look" on his face.

Officer Tiffe asked Amilcar Perez-Lopez to step away from the car, he did not. Officer Tiffe
attempted to physically control Amilcar Perez-Lopez. Officer Tiffe saw Amilcar Perez-Lopez's
right arm was down by his side and his hand held an object. Officer Tiffe told Amilcar Perez-
Lopez to get on the ground.

Amilcar Perez-Lopez lunged at Officer Tiffe with his right hand; Officer Tiffe disengaged from
Amilcar Perez-Lopez and Amilcar Perez-Lopez "took a swipe" at his chest. Officer Tiffe saw
Amilcar Perez-Lopez holding a very large knife and waving it in the air, Amilcar Perez-Lopez
took a step in Officer Reboli's direction. Officer Tiffe drew his firearm and yelled to drop the
knife. Officer Tiffe saw the knife in Amilcar Perez-Lopez's hand and heard shots. After the
shots Amilcar Perez-Lopez raised the knife and Officer Tiffe believed that Amilcar Perez-Lopez
was going for Officer Tiffe discharged his firearm and Amilcar Perez-Lopez fell.
Officer Tiffe saw the knife lying on the ground near Amilcar Perez-Lopez. Officer Reboli
handcuffed Amilcar Perez-Lopez.

Officer Tiffe believed that Amilcar Perez-Lopez was intending to attack with the
knife and discharged his weapon as a result. Officer Tiffe thought that Amilcar Perez-Lopez was
trying to kill him or anyone in his way.

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Officer Eric Reboli #1615

Officer Reboli was interviewed on February 27, 2015. Officers Eric Reboli and Craig Tiffe were
in plainclothes and in an unmarked police vehicle. The officers responded to a call for service
regarding a person being chased by with a knife in the area of 24th and Folsom
Streets. Mid-block on the east side Folsom Street between 24th and 25th Streets, Officer Reboli
saw movement and alerted Officer Tiffe. Officer Reboli saw a parked vehicle;
was leaning against the vehicle on the driver's side (street side) and Amilcar Perez-Lopez was on
the passenger side (sidewalk side).

Officer Reboli approached and identified himself as a police officer.


was out of breath and breathing hard. Officer Reboli saw Officer Tiffe verbally contact
Amilcar Perez-Lopez. Officer Reboli then saw Officer Tiffe engaged in a physical struggle with
Amilcar Perez-Lopez, Officer Reboli described it as "violently resisting." Officer Reboli ran to
assist Officer Tiffe and saw Officer Tiffe lunge backwards and put his hands up. Officer Reboli
saw the flash of a very large knife in Amilcar Perez-Lopez's hand. Officer Reboli saw Amilcar
Perez-Lopez wildly "slashing" at Officer Tiffe.

Amilcar Perez-Lopez faced Officer Reboli and ran toward him; Officer Reboli stopped and
"lunged" back. Officer Reboli gave a verbal command to Amilcar Perez-Lopez to drop the knife.
Amilcar Perez-Lopez continued to advance toward Officer Reboli. Officer Reboli saw the flash
of the knife and Officer Reboli feared for his life. He feared that Officer Tiffe had been stabbed
or cut and he knew that was still in very close proximity. He feared
life was in danger. Officer Reboli discharged his weapon at Amilcar Perez-Lopez,
Amilcar Perez-Lopez collapsed. The knife fell from his grip and came to a rest on the street.
Officer Reboli handcuffed Amilcar Perez-Lopez. Officer Reboli felt that his life was in imminent
danger. Officer Reboli felt Officer Tiffe' s life was in imminent danger. Officer Reboli felt
life was in imminent danger. Officer Reboli felt the threat was still imminent
when he discharged his firearm

Officer Dominique Effis #1614

Officer Ellis was interviewed on February 27, 2015. Officer Ellis was working with Officer
Cabillo. The officers were assigned as marked patrol unit 3D 14D when a radio call was broadcast
of a person with a knife, the officers responded. When the officers approached the area of 24'
and Folsom Streets she heard gunshots, she broadcast via radio. Officer Cabillo ran west on
Folsom Street. She saw Amilcar Perez-Lopez, and Officers Tiffe and Reboli.
She did not recall the number of shots fired.

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Officer Joshua Cabillo #1014

Officer Cabillo was interviewed on February 27, 2015. Officer Cabillo was working with Officer
Ellis. The officers were assigned as marked patrol unit 3D14D when a radio call was broadcast of
a person with a knife, the officers responded. When the officers approached the area of 24th and
Folsom Streets he heard four to 5 gunshots, he exited their vehicle. He saw three to four
individuals across the street, including Officers Tiffe and Reboli, one person was on the ground.
He saw a knife on the ground. He saw near the others. He requested an
ambulance. He saw Officer Obidi performing CPR. He took a statement from
told him "the officers saved my life" and "the officer in the tan pants saved my
life." He took a recorded statement from

SUMMARY OF CIVILIAN STATEMENTS:

was interviewed on February 26, 2015. was Folsom Street


and and saw a grey vehicle parked. saw a "little guy" in front of the
vehicle on the sidewalk and another person on the street side dressed in black. heard yelling
among the aforementioned individuals prior. saw officers arrive on-scene and heard an
officer yelling. The officers were out of their vehicle and one had a gun out. The cops were
yelling and heard shots, but did not see the shooting. eard a noise on after the
shots.

was interviewed on February 27, 2015. had bike on the street and was
approached by Amilcar Perez-Lopez who wanted bike; said could buy it
for $50. Amilcar Perez-Lopez told he'd give $20 for the bike.
told Amilcar Perez-Lopez "no" and tried to leave. Amilcar Perez-Lopez pulled out a large
knife and dropped the bike and ran around a parked vehicle. Officers arrived on-
scene in an unmarked car and dressed in plainclothes. saw police stars. An
officer approached complied with that officer. Both officers approached Amilcar
Perez-Lopez and told him to stop. Amilcar Perez-Lopez pushed the officers and Amilcar Perez-
Lopez was still holding the knife. Amilcar Perez-Lopez was ordered to stop, but ran and held the
knife over his head. thought Amilcar Perez-Lopez was running at . heard seven to

fall. stated the officers saved life. stated had seen lcar Perez-Lopez twice prior.

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was interviewed on February 26, 2015 by Sergeant Gordon. did not see the
incident but heard multiple gunshots. believed that the suspect may have been
Amilcar Perez-Lopez. provided Sgt. Gordon a .

was interviewed on February 26, 2015 by Sergeant Gordon did not see the
incident but heard multiple gunshots believed that the suspect may have been
Amilcar Perez-Lopez.

was interviewed on February 27, 2015. was in the area of 24th and Folsom
Streets and saw run out of a house quickly and ran after . The
had a dark jacket on and the had a light colored jacket On and held a large chrome
knife. were running around a parked vehicle and in the dark jacket was being
charged at by in the lighter jacket with a knife. heard yelling back and forth
called 911. tood behind a bus shelter and heard gunshots.

was interviewed on February 27, 2015. was and heard a


commotion. heard a man yell a command in a authoritative voice and could tell it was a
police officer. heard five to six gunshots.

was interviewed on February 27, 2015 was when heard 4 loud


gunshot iaeardan officeryelling±oiisomeonetogetdow awsomeoneadminister
CPR

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was interviewed on February 27, 2015 was at 241 and Folsom Streets and a
ran up and said a man was chasing someone with a knife saw something in the hand of
one of the involved parties. heard commands to the effect of "stop right there", "lay down",
or "get down now."

was interviewed on February 28, 2015 heard "stop, stop, stop" in a very loud
voice, heard gunshots, and saw a police officer in full uniform run down Folsom Street from 24th
Street.

was interviewed on February 28, 2015. heard yelling to the effect of "drop it,
get on the ground!" and then heard gunshots. ooked and saw flashlights and
a bike on the ground. believed the voices heard give the command were police officers.

was interviewed on February 28, 2015 saw a walking a silver


bike out of, or near, the buildin r. was by heard someone yell "call
911!" in English. eard "get down on the ground" in a loud voice and four to five gunshots.

was interviewed on February 28, 2015 heard "get down on the ground"
twice in a loud voice and four to five gunshots.

was interviewed on February 28, 2015. as walking on Folsom Street with


and saw a bike on the ground with "a couple of around it." walked around
the bike and heard "get down on the ground" and gunshots. stated one person may have been
on the street side of a car.

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was interviewed on February 28, 2015 was walking with on
Folsom and walked past a group of men. aw a bike on the sidewalk and heard "get down on
the ground" and heard gunshots. saw near the bike, seconds later heard the
command. After the shots ran. assumed the command was a police officer.

was interviewed on March 3, 2015. was and heard loud shouts from
across the street. heard gunshots. saw a body on street and another person in handcuffs.
saw a vehicle double parked in the street.

was interviewed on March 3, 2015 did not see the event stated was
working with individuals identified by as other witnesses, would not provide further
information.

was interviewed on March 3, 2015. heard gunshots and yelling eard five or
six gunshots and two may have overlapped.

was interviewed on March 3, 2015. heard yelling and gunshots.

was interviewed on March 3, 2015 heard three shots.

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The San Francisco District Attorney's Office has completed its review of the February 26, 2017
shooting on Folsom Street involving San Francisco Police Officers Craig Tiffe (Star # 1312) and
Eric Reboli (Star # 1651), resulting in the death of Amilcar Perez-Lopez. The District Attorney's
Office concluded that there is insufficient evidence to file criminal charges against either officer.
The District Attorney's Office is closing the file and will take no further action.

Refer to the San Francisco Police Department Homicide Detail case file for investigative
steps and documentation, and all other reports generated as a result of this investigation,
including the San Francisco District Attorney's Office letter declining charges against
Officers Craig Tiffe and Eric Reboli

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San Francisco PoIie Department
Report Type: Initial INCIDENT REPORT
[i Incident Number Occurrence From Date I Time Occurrence To Date! Time Reported Date/ Time CAD Number
150-178-555 02/26/2015 21:44 02/26/2015 21:47 1150573716

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On 02/26/2015 at approximately 2147 hours, Officer Galligan #860 and I were in full police uniform and driving in an
unmarked vehicle. While responding to 24th St and Folsom St regarding an unknown male chasing
with a knife (CAD #150573705), 3D14D, Officer Ellis #1614 broadcast a call of "Shots Fired!" from the same location

Prior to our arrival, 3D14D advised that there was a male with a gunshot wound to the chest. 3D74> Officr Obidi
#2328 and Officer Mayo #2308 broadcast that they were on scene and Officer C di was rendering aid. At which
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time, 3D113, Sgt Montoya #1522, 3D117, Sgt Fong #1088, 3D118 Sgt Petuya 3A52C Sgt BanIvik#479
along with several units arrived on scene 3D300 Captain Perea #474 3X302, ptain Osuna #2141 and 3D204, Lt
Im #2096 arrived soon after.

Sgt Montoya determined that this was on officer involved shooting incident, ng (VI )-Officer Tiffe#1312 and
(V2) Officer Reboli #1651. Sgt Montoya obtained a Public Safety Statemer Officer Tiffe. and Officer Reboli.

(See Sgt Montoya's statement for further).

Numerous Mission and Bayview units responded to the area and set u perimeter.

Medic #71 along with Rescue Squad #2, Truck 7, Engin1 1, all responded to the scene.
Medic 71 advised the time of death as 2154 hours.

'fficer Galligan notified Officer Joseph #IBOA at Döc who n appro1p1riate notifications. I responded
olsom where I observed (SI) John Doe lying on the ground tloW blanket over him There was a pool of
blood coming from under the blanket ?K.round the head area, lying on the ground in the street between two
cars; a silver Toyota ( and a blue Nissan which were parked in front of
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Folsom St.

Directly to the south of there was silver handle and an approximately 8" blade.
Officer Mayo #2308 rei the knife (11 statement for further).

There was a bicycle on th walk which belonged to (RVI)

was sittir( . pn ills, just 'south of the above mentioned blue Nissan. was crying and visibly
upset. wa&a l nd was speaking with 3D14D, Officer Cabillo #1014 who is a Department
1cerCabiUo transported to Mission Station and then later transported to the
Homicide office Iqca Bryarit.St to be interviewed by Homicide inspectors.

While 0-.scene, Ca ke with told Captain Perea, "The guy, he wanted my bike and he
had a knife this big" Perea's written statement). V

3DIVID,C 7 responded to the scene and relieved Officer Mayo and stayed with the knife and the
body until fficer Buckley's written statement)..

cer Obid16ld me when he arrived on scene, he observed Doe on the ground. Officer Obidi immediately began to
er aid byperforming CPR Officer Obidi continued to render aid until he was relieved by Medic 71 Officer Obidi
i canvassed the area for possible witnesses to no avail Officer Obidi later relieved Officer Larnauti and
ntained the (E2) Crime Scene Log (See Officer Obidi's written statement)

3C13E, Officer Cunningham #4264 responded to the scene and located 4 shell casings on the sidewalk and I under
the Toyota (See Officer Cunningham's written statement).

Officer Lewin-Tankel #4343 and Officer Silvestri #4351 transported Officer Reboli and Officer Tiffe separately to

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Mission Station. (See their .statements for further).

micide investigators, 5H2, Sgt Dedet #101, 5H3, Sgt Ravano #929 and Sgt Canning #269 responded and took
over the investigation.

3D15D, Officer Larnauti #1996 started and kept the (E2) Crime Scene Log. Officer Larnauti then turned the Crime
Scene Log to Officer Obidi.

Officer Mellone #4249 located (RWI) who stated that observed a police officer in full police uniform
running southbound on Folsom St after a male subject while shouting "Stop!" approximately 4 times. Officer Mellonë
later provided Sgt Canning #269 with the cdntact information. (See Officer Mellone's and Officer Larnauti's
written statements).

3D16D, Officer Tsang #1518 documented vehicles in the area. Officer Tsang knocked on several doors on Folsom
St and 24th St in an attempt to locate additional victims or possible witnesses. Officer. Tsang located witnesses at
24th St, Folsom St and Folsom St who all heard betwe8n 4L6 gunshots. No addifional wltnesses
were found by Officer Tsang (See Officer Tsang's written statement).

3D12D, Officer Lin #4345 knocked on several doors on Folsom St and 24th St in an attemptto locate additional
victims or possible witnesses. Officer Lin located several witnesses who heard g5unshots and/0r0yalling at the
following addresses: Folsom Folsom Folsom, Fcsom Folsom,
Folsom Folsom, Folsom Folsom 7 Folsom nd olsom .
Officer Lin also located at Folsom'who stated that heard and eaw the incident and was
directly interviewed by Homicide investigators. Officer Un located (RW3) who stated tha heard
a male voice giving verbal commands to "Get Down!" followed by several gunhots. wrote a statement
which Officer Lin seized then provided to Homicide Sgt Levy #4216. Officer Lin then transported to 850
ryant St where was interviewed by Homicide investigators (See Officer Lin's written statement)

3015E, Officer Kovitprakornkul #2177 locatôd witnesses at Folsom, Folsom, Folsom Folsom
and Folsom who all heard gunshots and/or yelling. Officer Kovitprakornkul then relieved Officer Obidi and
maintained the Crime Scene Log. KovitprakornkOl later provided Officer Galligan with the Crime Scene Log after the
crime scene was broken down.

3D13D, Officer Gilman #483 Iodated (R1) r Who stated tha e was in located at
Folsom St when heard "Get on the ground" from outside o stated tha e heard 45
gunshots. Officer Gilman also located (R2) who was bicycle in front of Folsom St when
heard 4 gunshots(See Officer Gilman's written statement).

Sgt Garden #404,'1( that had heard officers say, "Put the knife down!" Sgt Garden
advised ScitFonci a d Officer Quema #2117 remain with the witness and take a
e StGa5rdën's written 50tatGment).
'S

er Wilgus #2036 and Officer Faye #1379 responded to 24th St and Shotwell St to meet with a witness
us and Faye remained with the witness until they were relieved by Mission Officers (See Officer Wilgus'
aye's written' statements)

3C38N, Offic6r.Leongcahv5Assed the area for any additional victims or possible witnesses to no avail. Officer Leong
located a olsom St which he later learned was inoperative Officer Leong also located
Folsom St
Q12D , OfficrLaniele #93 responded to olsom St and met with the resident, identified as (RW2)
g stated tha heard yelling coming from across the street looked out of and
Jbserved0tWo police officers approach two subjects. stated that one of the subjects had a bicycle and was
wearing a gray jacket while the other subject was wearing a black jacket. stated that one of the officers was
in a "tussle" with the subject in the gray jacket. stated that saw someone holding a gun at which point
. stated that heard an unknown amount of gunshots and believed that
Officer Dahiele then
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5

aniele's written statement).

3D16D, Officer Buckley #529 located witnesses at Folsom, Folsom, Folsom and Folsom who
all herd gu shots1and/or yelling. 1(See Officer Buckley's written statement).
S..

3D16E, Officer Cunnie #181 located witnesses at Folsom 3 Folsom an 7 Folso who all heard
gunshots and/or yelling. Officer Cunnie also located (RW4) who stated that heàrd.sorneoneyell
"Get down" and then 3-4 gunshots then looked outside of h nd observed a police offfcer running
southbound on Folsom St with a pistol drawn then observed someone performing CPR on a person lying on
the street. Officer Cunnie and Officer Roman #2373 transported to 850 Brynt St..tè be inte'rvied bT
Homicide investigators (See Officer Cunnie's written statement). .. ..
5,.

3D12E, Officer Quema #2117 located (RW5) who stated that was waiting when
observed two subjects running northbound on the east side of Folsom St stated that the subjects were
"running in circles" around a truck and that the subjects were trying to "Stick each other'. stated that the
subjects were yelling at each other; howeve did not hear what was being said. stated tha heard
police yell, "Put it down! Drop it! Drop it now!" stated thakone.Qf the subjects began torun southbound on the
east side of Folsom St and then heard 4-5 gunshot er ther"teagi"Getdori! Get down 'now!"
completed a written statement which provided to Sgt C'nning. 'Offic'ér Quoina.arid Officer Lockett transported
to 850 Bryant St to be interviewed by Homicide inVestigators.
"

3C13E, Officer Eggers #1452 located

Chief Suhr #887 along with Deputy Chief T lef Sainez #1667, Commander Redmond #1757
id Commander Moser #1434 all respond

Lt Devlin #396, Inspector Shouldice #054, 0 Rodelas'#7 29 , OffjcerNibungco #2390 and Officer Shakur #2476
all from CSI responded and procesed'the sc CSI collect'd'all the casings, the slug, the knife and the bicycle.

Medical Examiner 1C81, respo conducted an inventory search of Doe


which I witnessed. rovided me with a property receipt. took possession of Doe.
Officer Galligan later boQked'thë (El) proert Crime Scene Log as evidence at Mission Station.

Sgt Montoya later use"offqrce into the Usèof Force Log.

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INCIDENT NO.

1l5OI1I78I5t5!5
Name (Last, First, Mid die) DOB/Age Residence Phone(Day/Night) Business Phone (Day/Night)
Garden, Jason C 404 4151832-8308
Residence Zip Code Business Address / City if not San Francisco Zip Code
1700 17th Street, SF 94103
Date of Statement Time Started Time Completed Location Where Statement Täken
02/26/15 1 22:65 1 22:55 l At Scene 0 Other: TACT

On 02/26/2015, at approximately 2147 hours, I heard a call of "shots fired" at 24th st and Folsom St cm my pic
radio. Off. Wilson #20 and I responded to the area. When we arrived on scene, I began walking s/bEólsom st. from
24th st., when I heard a , later identified as , say "I heard the police say
'Put the knife down. Put the knife down.' I think they shot 1ón't know." was speaking into cell phone
when made this statement. I approached told me was standing i on Folsom
st., olsom st. S

I informed 3D117, Sgt. Fong #1088, about the witness. fle then directe'd Off. Quema #2117 to take a statement
from I told Off. Quema what I had heard and s ok over inf6rview 1nd,

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INCIDENT NO.
1 1 5101117 1 815155
Name (Last, First, Middle) DOB/Age Residence Phone (Day/Night) Business Phone (DaylNight)
Wilgus, Paul A 2036 415/671-2300
Residence Zip Code Business Address I City if not San Francisco Zip Code
201 Williams Street, SF 94124-2558
Date of Statement Time Started Time Completed Location Where Statement Taken
02/26/15 1 23:44 1 23:44 At Scene 0 Other: VOTR

On 02/26/2015 at around 2147 hours, I responded to 25th Street at Folsom Street in the Mission District as back up to
an Officer involved shooting

Upon arrival I began to put up crime scene tape to secure the scene I was asked by Lt Molina#1586 to respond to
24th Street at Shotwell Street to meet with a 909 ( whohad witnessed part of tfteincident.

After locating escorted him back and waited for the investigators to respond.
At around 2330 hours, I was relieved by Mission units Who would sit with

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INCIDENT NO.

Name (Last, First, Middle) DOB/Age Residence Phone (Day/N ig ht) Business Phone -(Day/Night) ...-
Faye, Patflck T 1379 671-2300
Residence Zip Code Business Address I City if not San Francisco \ Zip. Code
201 Williams Street, SF 9412442558
Date of Statement Time Started Time Completed Location Where Statement Taken
02126115 23:45 23:54 At Scene 0 Other: POTR

On 02-26-2015 I was working in plain clothes in an unmarked police vehicle with Offic& Wilgus #2036 when we
responded to the area of Folsom St between 24th St and 25th St regarding ,6 "shots fired" tall. Officer VYilgus and I
arrived on scene and donned our SFPD "raid jackets." We assisted in placing crime scene tape up around the crime
scene. Per Lt Molina #1586 we responded to 24th Stand Shotw&l St to meet pOssible witness. Officer Wilgus and I
met with (R/W) who told us that he saw the incident occur. I notified Lt Molina of the witness. Officer
Wilgus and I stayed with the witness until we were relieved bya unit from Mission Station.

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INCIDENT NO.
1 1 5 I 0 I 1 I 785 I 55
Name (Last, First, Middle) DOB/Age Residence Phone(Day/Night) Business Phone.-(Day/Night).
Leong, Christopher N 513 415/671-2300
Residence Zip Code Business Address I City if not San Francisco Zip. Code
201 Williams Street, SF 941242b58
Date of Statement Time Started Time Completed Location Where Statement Taken
02/26115 1 23:50 1 23:50 At Scene 0 Other: POTR

On 2-26-2015 at approximately 2147 hours, Sgt. Erb #686 and I were resp to the area of Folsom and 25th as
plain clothes officers with our stars on our outermost garments regarding a DIe shooting Upon arrival I began to
knock and talk on Folsom
St. for any potential witnesses or potential victims with negative re'sults. I [
Folsom St, which appeared to be . I contacted t olsorn St., who advised me that their
has access to it . I later cted
Folsom St.), who advised me that were inactive. I also locate Folsom St.
I provided the camera locations to Sgt. Ban dvik #479.

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INCI DENT NO.
15 jOI 1 ( 7 l 8555
Name (Last, First, Middle) DOB/Age Residence Phone(Day/Night) Business Phone (DaylNight)
Larnauti, Paul A 1996 415/558-5400
Residence Zip Code Business Address / City if not San Francisco Zip Code
630 Valencia Street, SF 94110-1126
Date of Statement Time Started Time Completed Location Where Statement Token
02/26/15 1 00:12 1 00:13 At Scene 0 Other: MISS

On February 26, 2015 at 2150 hours Officer Mellone #4249 and I resporide 24th St and Folsom St in regards to
an officer involved shooting. I set up yellow police crime scene tape at the. er of 25th St and Folsom St At 2154
hoursI started the crime scene log by documenting all personnel who were ent, entering and departing the
location. At 2304 hours I turned over the crime scene log to Officer Obidi #

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INCIDENT NO.
I I 7855I5
Name (Last, First, Middle) DOB/Age Residence Phone(Day/Night) Business Phone(E 111)

Perea, Daniel A 474 415/558-5400


Residence Zip Code Business Address / City if not San Francisco .) LUU

630 Valencia Street, SF 110-1126


Date of Statement Time Started Time Completed Location Where Statement Taken
02/27/15 00:43 0113 At Scene 0 Other MISS
1

On February 26, 2015 at approximately 2148 hours, I was on duty in full police uniform at 18th St and Castro St I
heard the broadcast of an A priority call for service reporting. a man was ch sing with a knife at Folsom St
and 24th St. Shortly thereafter, I heard a second broadcast reporting shots fired on Folsom Stand 24th St and a
request for an ambulance to respond to the location.

I responded to the location. I saw numerous Officers from Mission Sta tion scene including Lt Mark Im and Sgt
Tony Montoya. I saw the members of SFPD rendering aid to a suspect vt s lying on the street, partially between
two parked vehicles. I saw (RV) Who was seated on th lewalk approximately one car length
from the suspect. I observed a silver bicycle with black tires on resting On t dewalk.

appeared visibly upset. I asked if was injured. held out arms, turned hand
inds over and back, looked at lower I i and said, "No I'm ok." I asked for name and said,
" I asked what happer nd told rne,"The guy, he wanted my bike and he had a knife this
big." As made statement ieg. id the size of the knifé gestured with hands. held
right hand palm facing down and left ft palm up, in fron of body, with hands approximately 1 foot apart
from each other. continued stating, "Yc ys saved my life)" lowered chin towards chest and
placed right hand near eyes and bc to. weep. I assured that was safe and was going to be
ok. I offered water which acc d.,J asked if needed to call anyone and e said no. I asked
where was going and told was goir1g home. I asked where he lived and told me lived
on St.

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INCIDENT NO.
1 1 51 0 1 7 8 51=
.55
.
Name (Last,Fir•st,Middle) DOB/Age Residence Phone(DaylNight) I Business Phone (Day/Nig
Mellone, Michael C 4249 415/558-5400
Residence Zip Code Business Address I City if not San Francisco Zip
630 Valencia Street, SF 9411
Date of Statement Time Started Time Completed Location Where Statement Tken
02/27/15 1 00:03 00:31 l At Scene 0 Other: MISS -

On Thursday, February 26, 2015, Officer P Larnauti #1996 and I were working as Liniformed patrol unit 3D15D in the
Mission Police District. At about 2147 hours, I heard officers broadcast an officer invohec1 shooting on-Folsom near
24th Street. Officer Larnauti and I responded from Mission Police Station and arrived at about 2150 hours. Upon
arrival, I saw officers securing the surrounding area with yellow police barrier tape, and Officêr.Larnauti established a
crime scene log. I also saw an officer rendering cardiopulmonary resuscitation (GPR) to a male who was down on the
street.

At about 2155 hours, I contacted [R/W-1] (hereinafter , who idéhtified with a California
driver's license. I saw standing in-front-of Folsom Street, and told me had'
witnessed part of the incident while in . told me the following
'summarized):

saw a shorter male police officer, who was dressed in-fuH police Uniform with badge displayed, running from
the southwest corner of 24th and Folsórn Street in a southbound direction on Folsom Street (toward 25th Street). The
male officer shouted "Stop!" approximatejy four'(4) times at an 'unknown male subject who appeared to be running
toward him in a northbound directIon. said initially saw the male subject running on the east sidewalk of
Folsom Street in-front-of . The male was wearing dark clothing, and could not provide me with a
further physical description of this individual. Shortly after hearing the uniformed officer shouting stop, heard
approximately four-to-six (4-6) gunshots. '-

Sergeant T. Montoya #1522 to transport Officer D. Ellis #1614 to Mission Police Station for an interview.
was sequetered away r officers present in this incident and remained with Officer G. Talkoff #4298.

At about 2227 hours,I ar t the 2800-block of Folsom Street to assist with general scene security. It was at
that time I notified Homic iñt"C.:9'anning #269 of my interview with [R/W-1] , and provided with
contact information. I the scene at about 2315 hours, and after completion of this statement, took no
further notable actions or

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IK" [liii] 1 I I Is_
9UUUUUUUUM
Name (Last,First,Middle) DOB/Age Residence Phone(Day/Night) Business Phone (Day/Night)
Cunningham, Blake 4264 415/671-2300
Residence Zip Code Business Address I City if not San Francisco Zip Code
201 Williams Street, SF
Date of Statement Time Started Time Completed Location Where Statement Taken
02/27/15 1 12:10 1 12:20 l At Scene 0 Other POTR

On the above date and time, I responded to the area of Folsom and 25t1 assist Mission units on shots fired.

Upon arrival I began to canvas the immediate area of the victim for shell isings.

In front of Folsom, I found 4 shell casings on the side walk and 1•.s I casing under a vehicle. The vehicle,
was parked on the east curb line.

I marked the shell casings with yellow chalk.

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INCI DENT NO.
11510111718151
Name (Last, First, Middle) DOB/Age Residence Phone (Day/Night) Business Phon ay/Night)
Daniele, Kevin R 93 415/671-2300
Residence Zip Code Business Address / City if not San Francisco Jz0 Code
201 Williams Street, SF 124-2558
Date of Statement Time Started Time Completed Location Where Statement Taken
02/27/15 1 01:10 01:24 At Scene 0 Other: POTR

On February 26 2015 at approximately 2147 hours Officer Hargreaves and I responded to 25th St and Folsom
St regarding an Officer involved shooting.

Upon arrival a crime scene was set up. I responded to Folsom h for witnesses At Folsom St I
met with stated was in som St, when heard yelling coming
from across the street. l acing Fc then saw a grey sedan park
across the street. stated saw what thought were two ers approach two suspects and
shined their flashlights towards them. stated one suspect ha( a and was- wearing a grey jacket and
black hat, and the other suspect was wearing a black jacket. Officers approached the suspects
when the suspect in the grey jacket began to "tussle" with the officer •and tried get get away. stated saw
omeone holding a gunin their hand when o g stated heard an unknown
Tiount of gun shots when moved away from the Window. thought heard bullets hit r
.

I canvassed the outside walls of Fotsom and located tvbbullef holes. One bullet hole was located above the
garage of Folsom St, the other bullt WE as located on )the wall next to the front door o Folsom St I
located a spent bullet slug on the ground outsj( of Folsom St I notified Sgt Montoya #1522 of my findings I
stayed with until I was relieved by addit

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I NCIDENT NO.
1 1 51011 1 71815 1 5 1 5l
Name (Last,First,Middle) DOS/Age Residence Phone(Day/Night) Business Phone (Day/Night)
Galligan, Christopher A 860 415/558-5400
Residence Zip Code Business Address I City if not San Francisco Zip Code
630 Valencia Street, SF 94110-1126
Date of Statement Time Started Time Completed Location Where Statement Taken U

02127115 01:21 03:10 At Scene U Other: MISS

On 02/26/2015 at approximately 2147 hrs. I was in full uniform and driving an unmarked police vehicle with my partner
Officer Cota #357 when we responded to 24th and Folsom St. regarding a man chasing with a knife.
While we were en route to the above location, I heard an additional unit broadcast "shots fired."

As Officer Cota and I responded to Folsom St. and 24th St., I heard a unit on scene state an officer involved shooting
had just occurred and request an ambulance respond. Officer Cota and I arrived on.spene at approximately 2150 hrs.
I was instructed by Sgt. Fong #1088 to set up crime scene tape at 24th and .ShotWell St, and block all vehicle traffic
east bound and west bound on 24th St. U

Officer Sullivan #1006 relieved me at 24th and Shotwell Stand I walked over f6 Folsom St. When I arrived at
Folsom St. I observed (SI) John Doe laying in between two parked cars on the eastern side of Folsom St., in
)nt of Folsom St. I also observed a.1- e knife approxirrtely three tO five feet away from Doe.

Officer Cabillo #1014 was standing next to (JV) I noticed was visibly shaken and crying. I
asked if was okay and said, " , that man triecto takerny bike, he had a big knife. You guy's saved
my life." As wiped tears from face, stated, "He tried to hurt me and you guy's saved my life." I assured
that was safe now and asked if needed anything. responded, "No sir, thank you."

I remained at the crime scene until the Medical Examiner arrived and took custody of Doe.

While back at Mission Station, Offiber Cota handed me-the (El) Medical Examiner Property Receipt. Officer Obidi
#2328 and Officer Kovitprakdrrkul #2177 gave me (E2) Crime Scene Log. I scanned the above items into this report
and booked the Original copies Into evidence at Mission Station.

At0208hrs. I contacted the original 911 calle, via telephone. told me he had just returned
home from 850Bryant St (Hall of Justice Homicide Division). stated he had spoken to Sgt. Caning #269 and
provided him with a statenlent.

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INCIDENT NO.
11510111718 1 5 15 15
Name (Last, First, Middle) DOB/Age Residence Phone(Day/Night) Business Phone (Day/Night)
Eggers, Christopher A 1452 4151671-2300
Residence Zip Code Business Address I City if not San Francisco Zip Code
201 Williams Street, SF 64124:2558
Date of Statement Time Started Time Completed Location Where Statement Taken
02/27/15 1 01:26 1 01:30 l At Scene 0 Other:

On the above date and time, I responded with Ofc. Cunningham #4264 tO the area of Folsom and 25thSt.t6 assist
Mission units on a shots fired call

Once the scene was secure, I was directed to look for video cameras in the 2800 block of Folsom I located a
cameras at Folsom St. I also located a camera at 24th St (closed busines): I advised Dispatch
,of the above listed locations prior to leaving the scene. :

IS

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INCIDENT NO.
15I0117I85155
Name (Last,First,Middle) DOB/Age Residence Phone(Day/Night) BUsiness Phone (Day/Night)
Lin, Abigayle M 4345 415/558-5400

Residence Zip Code Business Address / City if not San Francisco Zip Code
630 Valencia Street, SF , 941101126
Date of Statement Time Started Time Completed Location Where Statement Taken
02/27/15 01:30 01:55 At Scene 0 Other: HO MI -

On the above listed date and time, Ofc. Talkoff #4298 and I responded as backup to a call of an officer inVolved
shooting occurring near the intersection of 24th St and Folsom St.

We arrived and several other responding units had already estabshed a crimescene.

conducted knock-and-talks for the following addresses with the following i>esults:

Folsom St—All tenants unharmed, nothing seen or heard. .

Folsom St- Vacant.

Folsom St- No answer to the door.

Folsom St- No answer to the door.

Folsom St- No answer to the door.

Folsom St All tants unharmed. The tenant, heard a commotion, and heard a male
giving verbal commands to "et down" followed bS' several gunshot sounds. wrote a statement in my
presence which I seized and latOr-ave to Homicide Sgt. Levy #4216.

Folsom St All ter 5'antsunrfried.


ha Heard gunshots shots and yelling, but could not distinguish any words.
One of the tenants calle'd 91-1 to report the gunshots. ( ).

Folsom St All teriãntsinharmed. Heard gunshots only. (


.!

Folsom St No answer to the door

Folsom St- All tenarits unharmed, nothing seen or heard ( )

Folsom t- All tenant unharmed. Heard 'gunshot shots and yelling, but could not distinguish any words. (
).

- Folsom $t- All tenants unharmed. Heard 5 gunshots only. ( .

olsom St All tenants unharmed. Heard gunshots only. (

Folsom St- All tenants unharmed. Heard and saw the incident. Spoke directly with Homicide Investigators.
( ).

Folsom St- All tenants unharmed. Heard gunshots only. ( ).


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Folsom St- No answer to the door.

Folsom St- All tenants unharmed. Heard gunshots only. ( .

Folsom St All tenants unharmed. Heard gunshots only. .


J
Folsom St- All tenants unharmed. Heard gunshots only. ).

Folsom St- No answer to the door.

Folsom St- All tenants unharmed, nothing seen or heard. ).

Folsom St- All tenants unharmed. Heard gunshots only. ).

Folsom St All tenants unharmed, nothing seen or heard. ).

I canvassed the above listed addresses for CCTV cameras that may have Captured the incident with negative results.

Upon the approval of Sgt. Montoya #1522, we transporte to 850 Bryant St tbbe interviewed by the
Homicide investigators At 850 Bryant St, we waited with until was interviewed by Homicide

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INCIDENT NO.
I 5O II 78 I I!5
Name (Last, First, Mid die) DOB/Age Residence Phone(Day/Night) Business Phone (Day/Night)
Montoya, Anthony M 1522 415/553-1373
Residence Zip Code Business Address / City if not San Francisco Zip Code
630 Valencia Street, SF 94110-1126
Date of Statement Time Started Time Completed Location Where Statement Taken
02/27115 1 01:40 02:00 l At Scene 0 Other: Miss

On 2-26-15 at approximately 2147 hours, Sergeant Fong (1088) and I re nded to the area of 24th$trt and
Folsom Street for a reported officer involved shooting. Upon my arrival, 01 er cabillo (1014) told me that Officer
Reboli (1651) and Officer Tiffe (1312) had been involved in a shooting and ey were mid-block on Folsom Street
between 24th Street and 25th Street. I first met with Officer Reboli and asl d him Jf he was injured and he said "no"
I then asked him if had fired his weapon and he said, "yes". I asked Office Reboil if anyone was injured and he
pointed to a male who was laying in the street and being attended to by Of ;er Obidi (2328). I asked Officer Reboli if
anyone else was injured and he said, I also asked dificer Reboli if an
"no". other suspects were outstanding and he
said, "no". I then asked Officer Reboli if he knew how many rounds he fire and he said, "1 don't know". I then asked
Officer Reboli in what direction he fired his weapon and he pointed in a not rly direction.

\fter talking with Officer Reboli, I met with Officer Tiffe and I asked him if h was injured and he said, "no" I asked
fficer Tiffe if he fired his weapon and he said, "yes". I then aked Officer, life if anyone was injured and he said
"yes" and pointed to a male who was laying.in the street and bein attende to by Officer Obidi. I asked Officer life if
he knew how many rounds he fired and he said he was unsure. I asked 0 cer Tiffe what direction he fired his
weapon and he pointed in a northwest direction.

I then had Officer Lewin-Tankl (4343) and Officer Silvestri (4351) transport Officer Reboli and Officer Tiffe separately
to Mission Police Station.

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INCIDENT NO.
15 {o( 1 I 7 I 855 I 5
Name (Last, First, Middle) ' DOB/Age Residence Phone(Day/Night) Business Phone (Day/Night)
Tsang, Dexter 1518 415/558-5400
Residence Zip Code Business Address 1 City if not San Francisco lZip"Code
630 Valencia Street, SF 94I1O-112
Date of Statement Time Started Time Completed Location Where Statement Taken
02/27115 1 01:50 1 02:06 lAt Scene 0 Other: MISS

On 02/26/2015 at approximately 2148 hours, Officer Buckley #529 and lWere disp Led to a shooting at the
intersection of 24th Street and Folsom Street Upon arrival, multiple Mission and B iew Units were on scene
assisting with the investigation

I documented the vehicle license plates of the vehicles parke of 25th Street to 24th Street and
they are as follows:

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old not observe any damage as a result of gunfire on the above listed vehicles.

I knocked on the following addresses and received no answer:


Folsom Street
Folsom Street
Folsom Street
Folsom Street
Folsom Street
Folsom Street
Folsom Street
Folsom Street
Folsom Street
Folsom Street
Folsom Street
Folsom Street
Folsom Street
Folsom Street
Folsom Street
Folsom Street
Folsom Street
Folsom Street
Folsom Stre9t

spoke wit 24th StrQt stated heard an unknown


imber of gunshots but did not see any shooters
.
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I spoke with at FolsonT.Si heard and saw nothing.

I spoke wit Folsom Street who stated heard 6 gunshots


fired at a steady pace and the sounds of car tires skidding.

I spoke with at Folsom Street who stated heard 4-5 gun


shots fired at a steady

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INCIDENT NO.
I 5 1 0 I 7l8i5H
Name (Last, First, Middle) DOB/Age Residence Phone (Day/Nig ht) Business Phon iight)
Mayo, Michael E 2308 415/558-5400

Residence Zip Code Business Address / City if not San Francisco ) Loqe
630 Valencia Street, SF llO-1J26
Date of Statement Time Started e Completed Location Where Statement Taken
02/26/15 1 01:52 Ol 53
r At Scene 0 Other MISS

On the above given date and time Officer Obidi #2328 and I responded area Folsom St and 25th St regarding
a Hispanic male with a knife chasing adult. While en route rs on scene advised 'shots fired"

Upon arrival, lobserved an unknown Hispanic male adult lying in thc way between two parked vehicles in front of
Folsom St. As I exited my patrol vehicle I observed Officer ElI11 189-atteIiipting to detain a
-
adult approximately 25 feet away from the male lying inthb roa I immediately assisted Off Ellis in detaining
the unknown subject After assisting Officer Ellis I walked over to the lying in the roadway and observed Officer
Obidi administering CPR. At this time I observed a large silver butch felying in the road way approximately 5 feet
away from the unknown Hispanic male and Officer Obidi I remained the knife until the scene was safely secured
at which point Officer. Buckley #1537 relieved me and preserved the until CSI's arrival.

ter the crime scene was established I assisted several units *ith c the area for additional witnesses',
suspects, victims and evidence with negative results. I remained at if and assisted in maintaining the crime
scene perimeter and crime scene log..,. ... -.

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INCIDENT NO.
T778 5
Name (Lat, First, Middle) DOB/Age Residence Phone(Day/Night) Business Phone (Day/Nig
Obidi, Joseph A 2328 415/558-5400
Residence Zip Code .
Business Address / City if not San Francisco Zip e
630 Valencia Street, SF 9411 126
Date of Statement Time Started Time Completed Location Where Statement Taken .

02/27/15 1 01:55 02:15 l At Scene 0 Other: MISS

On the above stated date and time, Officer Mayo #2308 and I, along witl ral other Police units were responding to
the area of 24th Street and Folsom Street regarding being chase nother male who had a knife

Prior to our arrival, a unit that had arrived on scene advised of "shot fired".As we were driving northbound on Folsom
Street from 25th Street, I observed an unmarked Police vehicle stOp ,din front of FolsorrI'Sfreet. I also
observed a marked Police vehicle on scene. I observed a male who is later identified as (5) John Doe, laying on his
face, in the street and appeared to be bleeding from the face area. e's legs wre in beween two parked vehicles
and his torso was in the street. Officer Cabillo #1014 advised me th Doe had been invOlved in an officer involved
shooting. I turned Doe onto his back and began to render aid by per rming CPR I did not feel a pulse on Doe and
Doe was unresponsive. As I was performing CPR on. Doe, IObsrve a kitchen knife approximately 3ff from Doe's
bead. SFFD medic #71 arrived on scene and took over.

i later assisted in canvassing the scene for potential witnesës and., iy possible damage that may have resulted
from the shooting, with negative results. I took over the crime'scene m Officer Larnauti #1996 and maintained it
until I was relieved by Officer Kovitprakbrnkul #2177. I provided, the scene log to Officer Gilligan #860.

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INCIDENT NO.
151 Oflf 718151 515
Name (Last,First,Middle) DOB/Age Residence Phone(DaylNight) Business Phone
Gilman, David M 483 4151553-1373

Residence Zip Code Business Address I City if not San Francisco


630 Valencia Street, SF 11O-1126
Date of Statement Time Started Time Completed Location Where Statement Taken
02127/15 1 02:09 02:43 At Scene D Other: MISS

On Friday February 27, 2015 Officer O'Connor #4350 and I were in full ujii rm and iiiamai radio car. At
approximately 2147 hours we responded to a report of a male chasing with a I in thdarea of Folsom
and 24th Street. We arrived on scene as an Officer advised over the radio shots fired" Of O'Connor pulled the
patrol vehicle up in the area o Folsom where I observe es, i ne on the east of Folsom Street.
While on scene, it became apparent it was an officer involved shooting;

I was directed to search the area for any witnesses who may have observE the officer involved shooting.
/
I contacted a who was in front Folsom Street. told me the
following in summary.

is a who was on way to at in the area of Mission


otreet at 24th Street. heard what sbunded like four gunshOts from the area of 24th Street on Folsom Street.
southbound on. Folsom Street before stbppin in front of Folsom Street.

did not hear anything prior to hearing the gunshots and did not see any persons in the area acting suspiciously
prior to hearing the gunshots. stated was still on 24th Street, east of Folsom Street when heard the
gunshots.

While speaking to Walked out o Folsom Street. The stated


lived in olsom Street. told me the following in summary.

was t on when heard "Get on the ground" from .


n before hearing the gunshots. H ated h eard four to five gunshots.
heard a person making loud comnts
Approximately 23-0 econdslater, stated h ard screeching tires which h believed were police officers
arriving in me area.

Lt. Irn directed me to remain in the area of Folsom Street at 25th Street for scene security. I remained on scene until
approximately 0200 hours.

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INCIDENT NO,
1 ! 5 }O 17I 8 I 5 j 5 I 5
Name (Last, First, Middle) DOB/Age Residence Phone(Day/Night) Business Phone (Day/Night)
Lewin-Tankel, Ella C 4343 415/558-5400

Residence Zip Code Business Address / City if not San Francisco Zip Code
630 Valencia Street, SF 94110-1126
Date of Statement Time Started Time Completed Location Where Statement Taken
02/27/15 1 02:42 1 02:46 At Scene 0 Other: iVIISS

On 02/26/2015 at 2147 hours, Ofc Silvestri #4357 and I were dispatched to 24th andFolsom on a report of person
being chased with a knife Enroute to 24th and Folsom we were notified that responding officers had been involved in
an officer involved shooting

We arrived on scene and I transported Ofc Tiffe #1312 to Mission Station, during which time OfO-Tiffe had no contact
with any witnesses or officers involved in the incident. -
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INCIDENT NO,
1I50I17I855 1 5 1
Name (Last, First, Middle) DOB/Age Residence Phone(Day/Night) Business Phone (Day/Night)
Buckley, Nicholas C 1537 415/558-5400
Residence Zip Code Business Address I City if not San Francisco ~ Zip. Codle
630 Valencia Street, SF 94110-1126
Date of Statement Time Started Time Completed Location Where Statement Taken
02/27/15 02:44 02:46 At Scene 0 Other: MISS
~

On 02/26/2015 at 2147 hours, Officer Woodard #626 and I responded as back up to an Officer Involved Shooting near
24th Street and Folsom.

While on-scene I relieved Officer Mayo #2308 who was securing the suspects body and knif.

I was relieved by CSI and told to exit the crime scene while it was bing processed.

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INCIDENT NO.
11510111718151 T
Name (Last, First, Middle) DOB/Age Residence Phone(Day/Night) Business Phone.(Day/Night)
Kovitprakornkul, Tasawan 2177 4151558-5400
Residence Zip code Business Address / City if not San Francisco - Zip Code
630 Valencia Street, SF 94110-1126
Date of Statement Time Started Time Completed Location Where Statement Taken
02/27/15 1 02:56 02:56 l At Scene 0 Other: Miss

On 02/27/2015 FTO Wilson #627 and I, Officer Kovitprakornkul #2177 w re in full police uniform driving a marked
patrol vehicle. At approximately 2147 hours, I heard Officers broadcast a i officer involved shooting at 24th Street and
Folsom Street. FTO Wilson and I responded to Folsom Street and 23rd Ic treèt to block off traffic and establish a
perimeter. I blocked off Folsom Street at 23rd Street using yellow "Police Line Do Not Cross" tape.

FTO Wilson and I met with Sgt. Fong #1088 who advised us to canvass Folsom for witnesses.
Throughout my canvass for witnesses I responded to the following addre lowinri results:

Folsom Street -

Folsom Street no answer


-

Folsom Street no answers


-

Folsom Street -

Folsom Street no answer


-

Folsom Street -

Folsom Street -

Folsom Street no answer


-

Folsom Street - no answer


Folsom Street -

Folsom Street no -answer


-

Folsom Street no-answer


-

Folsom Street -

Folsom Street no answer


-

Folsom Street no answer


-

Folsom Street.- 'rô answer


Folsóm Street -110 ansr
polsom Street no'ariswer
-

Folsom Street no ansWer


-

Fplsom Street no answer


-

Fôlsom Street nd answer


-

Folsom Street no answer


-

Folso'm. Street no answer


-

Folsom Street no answer


-

Folsorn Streat no answer


-

Folsom Street no answer


-

Folsom Street -

FolsomStreet no answer
-

Fotsom Street no answer


-

Folsom Street no answer


-

Folsom Street - n
Folsom Street no answer
-

Folsom Street no answer


-

Folsom Street no answer


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Folsom Street no answer
-

Folsom Street -

Folsom Street no answer


-

Folsom Street no answer


-

Folsom Street no answer


-

Folsom Street no answer


Folsom Street no answer
Folsom Street no answer
-

Folsom Street no answer


-

At 2351 hours I met with Officer Obidi #2328 who was in charge of the crime scene
maintaining the crime scene log at 2352 hours. At 0134, fire engine #7 arrived and
maintained the crime scene log until the crime scene was broken down at 0138 hoL

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Incident Report Statement


IMCI DEN TI NO.

Name (Last, First, M idd le) DOB/Age Residence Phone (Day/Night) Business Phone .(Day/Night)
Silvestri, John R 4357 - 415/558-5400
Residence Zip Code Business Address I City if not San Francisco Zip Code
630 Valencia Street, SF 9411O--126
Date of Statement Time Started Time Completed Location Where Statement Taken •
02/27/15 1 02:49 1 03:06 lAt Scene 0 Other: MISS

On 2/26/15 at approximately 2147 hrs I was responding to 24th and Folsbn., 3gard1ng a suspeciwith a knife
chasing Prior to my arrival I was advised shots had been fired pic radio.-

While on scene I was advised the incidentwas an officer involved shooting. I s advised Ofc Reboli #1651 was an
involved party. At approximately 2158 hrs I then escorted Ofc Rebbli from th ene and drove hith back to Mission
Police Station in marked radio car BWOSI. At Mission StatiOn Ofc Reboli wà pt from speaking with any other
witnesses and officers regarding details of the incident.

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Incident Report Statement


INCIDENT NO.
1 1 51011171815 1 5I5
Name (Last, First, Middle) DOB/Age Residence Phone(Day/Night) Business Phon(E
Buckley, Nicholas M 529 415/558- 5400
Residence Zip Code Business Address / City if not San Francisco '

630 Valencia Street, SF


Date of Statement Time Started Time Completed Location Where Statement Taken
02/27/15 1 03:32 1 03:32 l At Scene 0 Other MISS

On 02/26/2015 at approximately 2150 hrs, Officer Tsang #1518 area Of 24th Street
regarding an officer involved shooting.

Upon our arrival, I attempted to locate witnesses, victims, and surveillance camel s located between olsom
Street and Folsom Street. I did not locate any injured parties, rior;any surve ance cameras The following is a
list of occupants who responded to the front door and provided a statement regr no ,the above mentioned incident
Folsom Street:
four rapid popping sounds. and saw multiple p ce cats responding r
.

.Folsom Street: No answer to WE

Folsom Street:
n heard the sound of sirens and
then heard four shots. heard someOne ye "Get down!"
( heard the sound of
sirens and thenseveral loud firework sounds-.,T heard someone yell, "Get down."
( four loud gunshots
and then heard someone yell,'Get down on the nd,' two times. saw multiple police units respond to
the area.
•( ) heard the sound of
screeching tires. hen heard fpur gunshots and someone yell, "Get on the ground!"

Folsom Street: -. •• '•

( s ard four rapid loud "booms."


was asleep during the incident.
was asleep during the incident.

Folsom Street: No answer to the door.

Folso'mStree:
( and heard five rapid
shots, followed byininteIligible commands given by an, "Authoritative voice."
a heard three rapid shots (a
-short pause) and then two more shots.

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INCIDENT NO.

Name (Last, First, Middle) DOB/Age Residence Phone(Day/Night) Business Phone (Day/Night)
Lockett, Donald L 2381 415/558-5400
Residence Zip Code Business Address / City if not San Francisco Zip Code
630 Valencia Street, SF 9411O-ii26
Date of Statement Time Started Time Completed Location Where Statement Taken
02/27/15 03:55 04:00 At Scene 0 Other: MISS

On 2-26-2015 at 2144 hrs I was working as SFPD patrol unit 3D12E with my partner Ofc.Quema #2117. We
responded to 24th St and Folsom St to assist with a dispatched call of a person with a knifO. While en route to the call
an officer advised on radio that shots had been fired. We responded Code 3 from 24th St & Dolores St and arrived on
scene. I put up crime scene tape and was on a perimeter post at-24th-and Treat St. I later responded to 24th St &
Folsom St on another perimeter post assignment. 5

I also transported a to Horthcide with-my-partner Ofc.Quema.

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INCIDENT NO.
I l8 5
Name (Last, First, Middle) DOB/Age Residence Phone(Day/Night) Business Phone
Cunnie, Michael D 181 415/558-5400
Residence Zip Code Business Address I City if not San Francisco
630 Valencia Street, SF
Date of Statement Time Started Time Completed Location Where Statement Taken
02/27/15 1 03:50 04 00 lAtScene 0 Other MISS

On 02/26/2015 at approximately 2151 hours FTO Roman #2373 and I, wearing SFPD uniforms and driving a marked
patrol vehicle, responded to the intersection on 24th St and Folsom St regarding a call ôf.shots fired.

Upon our arrivl I was instructed by Sgt Fong #1088 to canvas the a i, looking for potential Witnesses.

I spoke with Folsom St. stated to me that


heard 3 to 4 loud noises, which believed to be gun shOts.

I spoke with Folsom St. stated to me


that heard 3 to 4 loud noises, which believed to be gun shc

spoke with Folsom St. stated to me the


following: hea men arguing. l window which
exiting the gate at Fc ;om St on a silver bicycle and began to ride the bike
south bound on the east sidewalk of Folsom 1. St statedth then heard a man screaming "Get down! Get
down on the grass! H
hen heard severaoud nbises which believed to be gun shots.

could not provide a her description of riding the bicycle. could not recall at exactly what
time heard the gunshots stated that from the time heard arguing to the time heard the
gunshots was only a feW.I.mr nts

Standing on the sidewalk in Of (RW4) who stated to


me the following- At approx! ely 2147 hours was standing i heard
someone yell "Get doW?i! G )wn!" and then heard 3 to 4 loud noises, which believed to be gun shots.
observed a Police Officer running south bound on Folsom St with a
pistol draw èthen obr someone performing CPR on another person who was lying in the street.

5 of Night Investigations, Ofc Roman and I, transported to The Hall of


the Homicide Unit.

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Incident Report Statement


INCIDENT NO.
1 I 5 Ol 17 I 8 I 55 I 5
Name (Last, First, Middle) DOB/Age Residence Phone(Day/Night) Business Phone.-(De
Quema, Michelle M 2117 4151558-5400 '
Residence Zip Code Business Address I City if not San Francisco
630-Valencia Street, SF
Date of Statement Time Started Time Completed Location Where Statement Taken
02/27/15 1 04:00 04:19 lAtScene 0 Other: MISS

On the above listed date and time, Ofc. Lockett #2381 and I were in SF rms and in a marked SFPD patrol
vehicle. We responded to the area of 24th St and Folsom on a call reg person being chased with a knife
While en route, I heard a police unit broadcast a "Code 33, shots fired."

Upon arrival, Ofc Lockett and I began to set up crime scene tape at 24 olorn.

In front of Folsom near the bus stop on the west sidE olsom, Dntact with who
stated to me that witnessed the incident.

told me that at approximately 2145 hours, w . An was running


north bound on Folsom and approached to the stated to "There are two
running this way and they're fighting with knives." e to call 911. The
stated that was already on the phone with 911. )ed into the roadway on Folsom St and looked
towards 25th St to see what was happning.

told me that saw subjects, (VI) and (SI), unning northbound on Folsom St on the east side of
Folsom St. described (VI) as a short-- approximately years old, with a thin build, wearing a beanie
cap, and a light colored shirt. described (Sl) as a taller approximately ears old, with a thin build,
possibly wearing a hoodie.

told me that saW.(VI) and (SI) running in circles around a parked truck on the east side of Folsom St.
stated that saw both suspects "trying to stick each other." saw that (VI) was backing away from
(SI). stated that sav(SI) wrapping a t-shirt or jacket around right arm or hand as approached (Vi).
stated tha then saw ($I)makiñg stabbing motions at (VI).

melhàt the Q'suspectweryelling at each other bu uld not hear what was said.

told me shortly after, saw the police had arrived. heard the police yell at the suspects, "Put it down!
Drop it! Prop it now.

told 'me th sw one of the suspects start to flee on foot south bound on Folsom St. was unsure
which suspectwas fleeirg on foot. At that time, heard approximately 4-5 gun shots. then heard police
units yell, "Get down! Get down now!" told me that shortly after, more police units arrived on scene.

told m that the u who initially approached and had informed of the incident started
I west bound on 24th St immediately after hearing the gun shots described the as a
pproximately years old, with light brown hair, wearing a green colored coat

provided me with a written statement which I gave to Sgt. Canning #269 at 850 Bryant.

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With the approval of 3D113 Sgt. Montoya #1522, Ofc. Lockett and I then transported to 850 Bryant to be
interviewed by Homicide investigators.

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CommandCAD EVENT HISTORY DETAIL: Call 150573716 Friday, February 27, 2015
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT 6:59:23

SP150573705 A 216 SHOTS FIRED 2800 BILK FOLSOM ST, SF


[02/26/2015]
21:44:10 DT20 CREATE Location:24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF Type:222 DAREA:31D Area:455
TypeDesc:PERSON W/KNIFE LocDesc:<3100/ 2800> Priority:A
Class:F:3PAT Agency:SP Map:A3
21:44:39 DT20 ENTRY Map:A3 CommentRP YELLED AT SOMEONE IN THE BACKGROUND
"HE'S RUNNING W/A KNIFE OVER THERE"
21:44:39 DT20 ALl

21:45:06 DTIO SELECT


21:45:07 DT17 MISCN Comment:BC ON All
21:45:07 DT20 INFO Comment:HEADING DOWN FOLSOM TWDS 25TH ST... 222 CHASING
BOTH AROUND 65 WEARING BEANIES
21:45:15 DTIO NOTIFY Notified: BROADCAST
21:45:37 DT10 DISPER 3Dl4E Sector/Stn:D4 Operator:
OperNames: SILVESTRI, JOHN #4357; LEWIN-TANKEL, ELlA #4343
21:45:37 DTI 0 DISPER 3D1 6D Operator: OperNames:BUCKLEY, NICHOLAS #529;
TSANG,DEXTER J #1518
21:45:37 DTIO PRIU 3D14E
21:45:42 K328 BACKER 3D12E Operator OperNames:LOCKETT,DONALD #2381;
QUEMA,MICHELLE #2117
21:45:43 K019 BACKER 3D74 Operator OperNames:MAYO, MICHAEL #2308
21:45:51 K045 BACKER 3D14D Operator OperNames:ELLIS,DOMINIQUE M #2189;
CABILLO,JOSHUA #10 14
21:45:55 DT14 BACKER 3D13E Operator: OperNames:WANG,JOSHUA#4359;
POESPOWIDJOJO,BUDIMAN #4373
21:45:58 DT20 INFO Comment:THEY POSS CAME OUT OF A HOUSE NEAR FOLSOM....
BOTH LIMA YELLING IN
21:46:03 K133 BACKER 3D13D Operator: OperNames:GILMAN,DAVID #483;
O'CONNOR,DENIS #4350
21:46:16 KISS BACKER 3D39 Operator: OperNames:REBOLI,ERlC #1651;
TIFFE, CRAIG #1312
21:46:43 DT20 INFO Comment: KNIFE HAD APPROX 12" BLADE... BOTH PARTIES IN THEIR
30'S... THE 222 WAS MED BUILD, LIGHT JKT
21:47:14 K045 ONSCN 3Dl4D
21:47:45 DT14 PRMPT 3Dl4D Comment: Preempted and dispatched to call #150573715
21:47:49 DT20 CHANGE Location:24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF->2800 BLK FOLSOM ST, SF
TypeDesc:PERSON W/KNIFE->SHOTS
FIRED LocDesc:<3100/ 2800>->btwn 24TH ST and 25TH ST LocCross:btwn
24TH ST and 25TH ST Map:A3 Comment: PARTI ES MAY BOTH BE ON
THE EAST SIDE OF 2800-BLK FOLSOM... JUST HEARD ABOUT 4-5
CONSECUTIVE SHOTS WHILE CALLTAKKER ON THE LINE
21:47:49 CADA NPREMS Comment:(none)
21:48:02 K349 PRMPT 3D16D Comment: Preempted and dispatched to call #150573716
21:48:11 K319 BACKER 3C15C Location:2800 BILK FOLSOM ST, SF->24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF
21:48:57 DT20 INFO Phone :909 WILL BE
24TH/SHOTWELL
21:48:59 DT20 NOMORE
21:49:42 DT02 INFO Location:24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF->2800 BLK FOLSOM ST, SF
Comment:ANOTHER CALL RP HEARD 5-6 SHOTS IAO ALABAMA / HEARD
ONLY
21:49:45 DT20 MISCN Comment:***********
24TH/SHOTWELL, DID NOT SEE WHO FIRED THE SH(qwiletvkal
21:49:48 DT02 INFO Name
21:49:53 DT14 PRMPT 3D74 Comment: Preempted and dispatched to call #150 7
rgergp
21:50:43 K166 ONSCN 3D13E
21:51:25 K319 CLEAR 3C15C Dispo:ND city
- -

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SFPD 150178555 000167


CommandCAD EVENT HISTORY DETAIL: Call 150573716 Friday, February 27, 2015
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT 6:59:23

21:55:48 DT10 PRMPT 3D14E Comment: Preempted and dispatched to call #150573716
21:55:48 DT10 PRMPT 3D39 Comment: Preempted and dispatched to call #150573716
21:55:48 DT10 PRMPT 3D12E Comment: Preempted and dispatched to call #150573716
21:55:48 DT10 PRMPT 3D13D Comment: Preempted and dispatched to call #150573716
21:55:48 DT10 PRMPT 3D13E Comment: Preempted and dispatched to call #150573716
21:55:48 DT10 CLOSE
22:03:05 DT14 RO
22:03:19 DT10 SELECT
22:03:24 DT10 XREF Type:216->27D2G Agency:SP->SF
22:03:24 DT10 COMBIN Service:P Event:#150573716 Type:27D2G->217 Agency:SF->SP
22:03:24 DT10 CLOSE
22:03:26 DT17 MISCN Comment:BC ON All

CALL RECAP:
INITIATE: 21:44:10 02/26/2015 CALL NUMBER: #3705
ENTRY: 21:44:39 02/26/2015 CURRENT STATUS: MISCN
DISPATCH: 21:45:37 02/26/2015 PRIMARY UNIT: 3D14E
ON SCENE: 21:47:14 02/26/2015 JURISDICTION: SP
CLOSE: 21:55:48 02/26/2015 DISPOSITION: ND
ADDRESS: 2800 BLK FOLSOM ST, SF
DAREA: 3D
SECTOR: D4 TYPE: 222 --> 216 SHOTS FIRED
RA: 455 PRIORITY: A
FIRE: PRIOR HISTORY: Yes

CP: ANON

PHONE: CAD TIMESTAMP: CADT 0226152155

OPERATOR ASSIGNMENTS: DT20


CADAPP
DT10
DT17
K328
K019
K045
DT14
K133
K156
K349
K319
DT02
K166
5P150573715 A 216 SHOTS FIRED, 24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF
[02/26/2015]
21:47:45 DT14 REATE Location: 24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF Type: 216 DAREA:3D Area:455
TypeDesc:SHOTS FIRED LocDesc:<3100/ 2800> Priority:A
Response: F:3 PAT Agency:SP Sector/Stn: D4 Map:A3
21:47:45 DT14 NTRY Map:A3
21:47:45 DT14 ISPOS 3D141D Location:24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF Operator:
OperNames:ELLIS,DOMINIQUE M #2189; CABILLO,JOSHUA #1014
21:47:45 DT14 PRIU 3D14D
21:47:45 CADAPP PREMIS Comment:PPR, FPR
of Vu--
21:47:53 DT10 PRMPT 3D14D Comment: Preempted and dispatched to call #15
office SE
21:47:53 DTI HOLD 3D14D
21:48:03 DT10 SELECT
21:48:05 DTIO COMBIN Service:P Event:#150573716 Type:216->000 Ar

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SFPD 150178555 000168


CommandCAD EVENT HISTORY DETAIL: Call 150573716 Friday, February 27, 2015
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT 6:59:23

21:48:05 DT10 CLOSE


5P150573716 A OOTING 24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF
[02/26/2015]
21:47:53 DT10 CREATE Location:24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF Type: 000 DAREA:3DArea:455
TypeDesc: MISC LocDesc: <3100/ 2800> Priority: C Response: F:3 PAT
Agency:SP Sector/Stn:D4 Map:A3
21:47:53 DT10 ENTRY Map:A3
21:47:53 DT10 DISPOS 3D14D Location:24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF Operator
OperNames:ELLIS,DOMINIQUE M #2189; CABILLO,JOSHUA #1014
21:47:53 DT10 PRIU 3D14D
21:47:53 CADAPP PREMIS Comment:PPR, FPR
21:48:02 K349 BACKER 3D16D Operato OperNames:BUCKLEY,NICHOLAS #529;
TSANG,DEXTER J #1518
21:48:05 DT10 COMBIN Service:P Event:#150573715 Type: 000->216
21:48:23 DT10 ASSOC Service:F Event:#150573717 Type:216->27D2G Agency:SP->SF
21:48:26 DT06 INFO Location:24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF->FOLSOM ST/25TH ST, SF
LocDesc:<3100/ 2800>-><2900/ 3200> Comment: RP SAYING PD 97
HEARD 5 SHOTS
21:48:26 DT06 ALl E9ll

21:48:30 DT14 MISCN 3D14D Comment:408 YOM GSW TO CHEST, OFFICERS OK


21:48:35 DT10 MISCN 3D14D Comment:GSW TO THE CHEST OFFICERS ARE OK
21:48:43 DT14 BACKER 3D117 Location:FOLSOM ST/25TH ST, SF->24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF
Type:27D2G->000 Operator: OperNames:FONG,THOMAS #1088
21:48:55 DT10 COMBIN Service:P Event:#150573718Type:000->2165 Agency:SF->SP
21:49:10 DT14 CHANGE 3D14D Type:216S->217 TypeDesc:MISC->S HOOT] NG Priority:C->A
21:49:11 DT10 MISCN 3D14D Comment: FOLSOM
21:49:12 K038 BACKER 3C13D Operator: OperNames:NAVARRO,SHAUN #1435;
SETO,WINSON #2370
21:49:19 DT07 INFO Location:24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF-FOLSOM ST/24TH ST, SF
Type:2 17->216 Name LocDesc:
ANOTHER CALL:
4-6 SHOTS HEARD... HEARD A MALE YELLING AFTER THE SHOTS,
NOTHING SEEN
21:49:19 DT07 ALl E9ll Phone 6TH, SF

21:49:21 DT10 MISCN 3D14D Comment:SHUT DOWN 25TH/FOLSOM


21:49:25 K086 BACKER 3D15D Location:FOLSOM ST/24TH ST, SF->24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF
Type:2 16->217 Operator: OperNames: LARNAUTI, PAUL R;
MELLONE, MICHAEL #4249
21:49:26 DT14 MISCN 3D14D Comment:SHUT DOWN 25/FOLSOM, I MALE DOWN
21:49:37 DT14 MISCN 3D14D Comment:SHUT DOWN TWO BLOCKS IN BOTH DIRECTIONS
21:49:39 DT24 INFO Location:24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF->25TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF
LocDesc:<2800/ 3100>-><3200/ 2900> Comment:5 SHOTS HEARD ONLY
NOTHING SEEN
21:49:39 DT24 ALl E9ll P

21:49:53 DT14 BACKER 3D74 Location:25TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF->24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF
Operator OperNames: MAYO, MICHAEL #2308
21:50:05 DT10 MISCN 3D74 Comment: REDERRING AID
21:50:15 DT14 BACKOS 3D113 Operato OperNames MONTOYA ANT
21:50: 22 DT14 MISCN 3D74 Comment 98 TO FOLSOM
215025 K086 ONSCN 3D15D 0 C1 1 ç

21:50: 31 DT10 BACKOS 3D11D Operator co


BUCKLEY, NICHOLAS #1537 apt, 0cS:c Vat
(t'I &

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SFPD 150178555 000169


CommandCAD EVENT HISTORY DETAIL: Call 150573716 Friday, February 27, 2015
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT 6:59:23

21:50:36 DT10 MISCN 3DI1D Comment:SHUT DOWN 25TH/FOLSOM


21:50:39 DT14 MISCN 3D14D Comment:CRIME SCENE TAPE
21:50:42 DT10 BACKER 3X302 Operator OperNames: OSUNA, MARK #2141
21:50:53 DT10 OK 3D14D Comment:NO SUBJS OUTSTANDING
21:51:01 DT14 OK 3D14D Comment:NO SUBJS OUTSTANDING
21:51:08 DT10 MISCN 3D14D Comment: MAINTAIN C33 ON A4 ONLY
21:51:14 DT10 BACKER 3D118 Operator: OperNames: PETUYA,MICHAEL #1712
21:51:34 DT14 BACKER 3D204 Operator: OperNames: IM MARK #2096
21:51:39 DTI 0 BACKER 3D12D Operator: perNames: LI N, ABIGAYLE #4345;
TALKOFFGISELLE #4298
21:51:44 DT14 MISCN 3D204 Comment:2 UNITS 904 MID BLOCK
21:51:47 K027 BACKER 3D16E Operator: OperNames:CUNNIE,MICHAEL D #181;
ROMAN,BAYARDO #2373
21:51:57 K038 ONSCN 3C13D
21:51:58 DT10 BACKOS 3C12D Operator: OperNames: DANIELE, KEVIN #93;
HARGREAVES, LOUIS #2321
21:52:05 DT10 BACKOS 3C11 D Operator OperNames: ROSENBERG,JEFFREY
#1511; ADAMSKEVIN #4256
21:52:38 DT10 MISCN 3D14D Comment:408 97 COMING NB ON FOLSOM
21:52:44 DT14 MISCN Commerit:408 97 COMING NB FOLSOM
21:53:05 DT10 ONSCN 3X302
21:53:06 DT14 BACKOS 3D300
21:53:16 DT14 MISCN 3D1 5D Comment: ESTABLISH A CRIMESCENE LOG
21:53:26 DT14 BACKOS 3D15E Operator: OperNames:WI LSON, GLEN #627;
KOVITPRAKORNKUL,TASAWAN #2177
21:53:33 DT10 MISCN 3D15E Comment:23RD/FOLSOM BLOCKING TRAFFIC
21:53:53 DT14 MISCN 3D15D Comment:RS2 T07 97
21:54:04 DT14 CLOS 3D15E Location:24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF->23RD ST/FOLSOM ST, SF
LocDesc:<3200/ 2900>><3100/ 2700>
21:54:12 DT10 CLOS 3D15E
21:54:25 DT10 MISCN 3D204 Comment:3D113 GOT PUBLIC SAFETY STATEMENT
21:54:26 DT14 MISCN 3D204 Comment:3D113 GOT PUBLIC SAFETY STATEMENT
21:54:55 DT10 CLOS 3D11D Location:23RD ST/FOLSOM ST, SF->25TH ST/FOLSOM SI, SF
LocDesc:<3100/ 2700>><3200/ 2900>
21:55:10 DT10 BACKOS 3C76 Operator perNames: PAS H BY, MATHEW#1575;
MARTINEZ EDDIEBERTO #4190
21:55:12 DT10 CLOS 3C76
21:55:32 DT14 BACKOS 3D92 Location:25TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF->24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF
Operator perNames: GALL] GAN, CHRISTOPHER #860;
COTA,MICHAEL Comment:ALL TRAFFIC SHUTDOWN
21:55:48 DT10 BACKOS 3D14E Location:24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF->251H ST/FOLSOM ST, SF
Operator: OperNames: SI LVESTRI JOHN #4357;
LEWIN-TANKELELIA #4343
21:55:48 DT1 0 BACKOS 3D39 Operator: OperNames: REBOLI, ERIC #1651;
TIFFE, CRAIG #1312
21:55:48 DT10 BACKOS 3D12E Operator: OperNames: LOCKETT, DONALD #2381;
QUEMA,MICHELLE #2117
21:55:48 DT10 BACKOS 3D1 3D Operator OperNames:GILMAN, DAVID #483;
O'CONNOR,DENIS #4350
21:55:48 DT10 BACKOS 3D13E Operator OperNames:WANG,JOSHUA#4359;
POESPOWIDJOJOBUDIMAN #4373
21:56:32 DT10 BACKER 3C14E Operator: perNames: GUERRERO,TOMAS
BERNARD #1242; VALLE,CLAUDIA#4358
21:56:32 DT10 BACKER 3C13E Operato OperNames:SETO,WINSON
#2370; MINIOZAGLEN #2410; HILLARD,NICHOLAS #2353
21:57:20 DT09 MISCN 3D14D Comment:31116 RESPONDING AS POA REP
21:57: 23 DT09 BACKER 31116 Location 25TH ST/FOLSOM ST SF >24TH ST/P 1i SW
Operator OperNames KATO JODY #692 of
21:57:43 DT14 MISCN 3X302 Comment UPDATE THE DOC
tiD
21:58: 16 K098 MISCN 3D14E Comment TRANSPORTING HALF OF 3D39TO1'
t
r*
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SFPD 150178555 000170


CommandCAD EVENT HISTORY DETAIL: Call 150573716 Friday, February 27, 2015
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT 6:59:23

21:58:24 K098 CHGLOC 3D14E Location:24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF->MISSION STATION


LocDesc:<3200/ 2900>->at VALENCIA ST. SF LocCross:btwn CLARION
AL and SYCAMORE ST
21:58:51 DT14 CHGLOC 3092 Location: MISSION STATION->24TH ST/SHOT'NELLST, SF
LocDesc:at VALENCIA ST, SF-><3150/ 1000> Comment: BLOCKING
TRAFFICE
21:59:04 DT14 CHGLOC 3092 Location:24TH ST/SHOTWELLST, SF->24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF
LocDesc:<3150/ 1000>-><3100/ 2800> Comment: TO DO A REPORT FOR
THE 30118
2200:32 DT10 CLEAR 3CI1D Dispo:HAN
22:00:38 DT10 BACKER 3CIID Location:24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF->25TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF
Operator OperNames:ROSENBERG,JEFFREY #1511
ADAMS,KEVIN #4256
22:01:20 DT10 BACKER 3011 E Operator: OperNames: HANSEN,GARED #2095;
CORTEZ,MIGUEL #4262
22:03:24 DT1 0 COMBIN Service:P Event:#150573705 Type:217->216
22:04:10 K086 CHGLOC 3015D Location:25TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF->MISSION STATION
LocDesc:<3100/ 2800>>at 630 VALENCIA ST, SF
22:05:33 K098 ONSCN 3D14E
22:06:19 DT10 BACKOS 3C38N Location: MISSION STATION->25TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF
Type:216->217
22:06:19 OT10 BACKOS 3C38B
22:06:19 DT10 BACKOS 3C38L
22:06:19 DT10 BACKOS 3C38P
22:06:23 DT10 MISCN 3C38N Comment: FOLSOM
22:07:00 DT14 MISCN 30204 Comment: ****KEEPING C33 ON A4****
22:07:17 DT14 CASE Case#:PD 150178555 3092 Location:25TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF->24TH
ST/FOLSOM ST. SF Dispo:HAN LocDesc:at VALENCIA ST, SF->at
24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF
22:08:37 K086 ONSCN 30150
22:08:40 DT10 PRMPT 3C14E Comment: Preempted and dispatched to call #150573767
22:11:39 DT14 MISCN 30204 Comment: ***MEDIA CAN STAGE 24TH ST WEST OF FOLSOM***
22:12:04 DT10 PRMPT 3C13E Comment: Preempled and dispatched to call #150573770
22:12:27 DT14 TRANSP 30140 Location:24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF->MISSION STATION, SF
LocDesc:at 24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF->at VALENCIA ST, SF
Comment:WITH VICTIM
22:13:04 DT14 MISCN 3C38P Comment:CONTACT MUNI, PER A 909 THERE WAS A BUS ON
FOLSOM GOING FROM 24TH TO 25TH, BUS DRIVER STOPPED ASKED
IF EVERYTHING OK AND KEPT GOING
22:14:03 DT14 MISCN 30204 Comment: CERT TO CO 0
22:16:18 DT14 MISCN 3C38P Comment:MUNI WILL CHECK FOR WHICH BUS AND CALLUS
BACK
22:16:53 DT14 MISCN 3C38N Comment: FOLSOM KNOCKED AND TALKED
22:17:14 DT10 MISCN 3014E Comment:**** OFF[ CERS INVOLVED ARE AT MISSION STATION
AND ARE SEPARATED****
22:17:35 DT14 MISCN 30204 Comment:WENT ON ALL FOR CERT TO MISSION STATION
22:18:05 DT14 CHGLOC 31116 Comment: PO REP
22:19:09 OTIO CMPLT 30140
22:19:12 DT14 ONSCN 3X302
22:19:55 K086 MISCN 30150 Comment:OFC. ELLIS BROUGHTTO MISSION STATION
SEQUESTERED AND WITH OFFICER TALKOFF
22:20:16 K086 CHGLOC 30150 Location: MISSION STATION, SF->24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF
LocDesc:at VALENCIA ST, SF-><3100/ 2800>
22:20:38 DT14 MISCN 30113 Comment:ANYONE DOING CANVASSING, MAKE NOTE OF
CAMERAS AND DIRECTION THEY ARE POINTING
22:21:13 DT14 BACKER 4T3B Location:24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF->MISSIqTN(
Operator OperNames BRADFORD BRET
22: 21:13 DT14 BACKER 5S26
22:22:39 DT14 MISCN 30118 Comment 30120 @ FOLSOM WIT I
STATEMENT uqfwl

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SFPD 150178555 000171


ommandCAD EVENT HISTORY DETAIL: Call 150573716 Friday, February 27, 2015
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT 6:59:23

22:22:57 DT14 CHGLOC 3D118 Location: MISSION STATION, SF-> FOLSOM ST, SF
LocDesc:<31001 2800>->btwn 24TH ST and 25TH ST LocCross:btwn
CLARION AL and SYCAMORE ST->btwn 24TH ST and 25TH ST
22:23:11 K177 ONSCN 31116
22:23:14 DT14 CLOS 3D12D
22:24:40 DT14 BACKER 5A53C Location: OLSOM ST, SF->24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF
Operator perNames: BAN DVI K, MARTI N #479
22:25:02 DT14 MISCN 5A53C Comment:HAVE MISSION UNITS THAT R CANVASSING THE
SOUTH SIDE 904 MEAT FOLSOM
22:26:03 DT14 CLOS 5A53C Location:24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF- FOLSOM ST, SF
22:27:27 DT14 MISCN 3D15D Comment:ADVISE MUNI, FOLSOM BET\N 26TH AND 24TH
SHUTDOWN
22:29:18 DT04 INFO Location FOLSOM ST, SF->24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF
Name ->MUNI 25 LocDesc:btwn 24TH ST and 25TH
ST->'<3100/ 2800> Comment:*** MUNI 25 NTFY' D AND WILL BE
REROUTING
22:29:18 DT04 ALl E911 SF
E911Subs:CCSF MUNICIPAL RAILWAY E911Source:PBXB
22:32:41 DT10 MISCN 3D204 Comment:DOC HAS BEEN NOTIFIED REGARDING CERT
22:33:04 DT14 MISCN 3X302 Comment: ***COM MAN D POST IS AT FOLSOM*** 3X302 PH#
6371026 .... OFFICER STAGING AT 24/FOLSOM
22:33:26 DT20 INFO Name:MUNI 25-MUNI/#28 MARIO Comment:MUNI HAS BEEN
RESEARCHING WHICH COACH MAY HAVE STOPPED 05... 4 POSS
COACHES THAT WERE 97 BTWN 21:37-21:40.,. STILL TRYING TO
REACH EACH OPERATOR TO DETERMINE IF THEY STOPPED ON THIS
BLOCK OR SAID ANYTHING TO ANYONE ON SCENE.[

22:34:28 DT14 MISCN 3D11D Comment:REPORT IS OPEN FOR UNITS


22:34:42 DuO BACKOS 3D7E Location:24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF->25TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF
Operator: OperNames: GARCIA, MARCO #1788
22:34:57 DT14 MISCN 3D15D Comment: HAS THE CRIME LOG
22:36:41 DT14 MISCN Comment:HAVE MUNI PULL THOSE COACHES OFF LINE FOR VIDEO
RETRIEVAL
22:38:10 DT14 BACKER 5X110 Location:25TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF->24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF
Operator OperNames: SULLIVAN, MICHAEL #2484
22:38:10 DT14 BACKER 5X102 Operator: OperNames: GORDON, PHI LLI P #1913
22:42:10 DuO BACKOS 3C30 Location:24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF->25TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF
Operator OperNames:THOMAS,KYLE #1130;
LEE, STANLEY #1627
22:42:21 DT10 CLOS 3C30 LocDesc:<3100/ 2800>-><3200/ 2900>
22:44:33 DT14 MISCN 5A53C Comment:MAKE SURE MUNI PULLS THOSE BUSES OFF LINE SO
THEY DONT RECORD OVER THE VIDEO
22:46:19 DT14 CHGLOC 3C38B Comment:WITH THE ORIG 909
22:46:19 DT14 CHGLOC 3C38P Comment: WITH THE ORIG 909
22:46:51 DuO MISCN 3D13D Comment:DID A 910 WALK THRU OF 24TH AND 23RD AT FOLSOM
ALL CLEAR
22:47:38 K060 CLEAR 3C76 Dispo: HAN
22:47:57 K292 MISCN 3D7E Comment:REG mask: Query 1:

Query 3: IA

QV.
Query 4: IV
"
4 of eyyi' '

22:48:01 DT14 MISCN 5A53C Comment:PER ANOTHER CB TO


A MONTH BEFORE VIDEO GETS RECORDED OVER DO NO
I 22:51:08 DT14 MISCN 3X302 Comment:****1A125 1A23 RESPONDING T4II8 UIT ar,U
ID'S NOT TAKING IN SYSTEM I ev

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SFPD 150178555 000172


CommandCAD EVENT HISTORY DETAIL: Call 150573716 Friday, February 27, 2015
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT 6:59:23

22:51:09 DT17 BACKER 5H3


22:52:14 K094 CLEAR 3C30 Dispo:HAN
22:55:19 DT20 DISPOS 1A125
22:55:33 DT14 CHGLOC 3C13D Location: 25TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF->YORK ST/25TH ST, SF
LocDesc:<3200/ 2900>-><13001 2900> Comment
22:55:39 DT20 DISPOS 1A23
22:55:41 DT14 MISCN 3C13D Plate:7EKG630 Comment:X
22:57:31 DT14 PRMPT 3C13D Comment: Preempted and dispatched to call #150573905
22:57:53 DT14 PRMPT 3C12D Comment: Preempted and dispatched to call #150573905
22:58:45 0T14 PRMPT 5A53C Comment: Preempted and dispatched to call #150573905
23:03:01 DT10 CLEAR 3DI1E Dispo:HAN
23:10:12 DT14 MISCN 3X302 Comment: NON-ESSENTIAL PERSONNEL, NOT PROTECTING THE
CRIME SCENE GO 10-8
23:10:25 DT14 MISCN 3X302 Comment:CONTACT ME FOR ETA
23:14:03 DT14 PRMPT 3D16E Comment: Preempted and dispatched to call #150573905
23:15:35 K086 MISCN 3D15D Comment:CRIME SCENE LOG GIVEN TO OFFICER OBIDI
23:15:40 K086 CLEAR 3D15D Dispo:ND
23:16:02 DT14 MISCN 3D13E Comment:ME IS 97
23:16:48 DT14 PRMPT 3D118 Comment: Preempted and dispatched to call #150573905
23:19:28 DT14 PRMPT 3DIID Comment: Preempted and dispatched to call #150573955
23:22:23 DT14 CLEAR 3X302
23:35:43 DT14 CLEAR 3C38L
23:38:40 DT14 CLEAR 3C38B Dispo:HAN
23:38:40 DT14 CLEAR 3C38P Dispo:HAN
23:39:16 DT14 MISCN 3D113 Comment: KEEP ALL WITNESSES SEPARATE WHILE
TRANSPORTING TO THE HOJ
23:44:08 DT10 BACKOS 3D16E Location:YORK ST/25TH ST, SF->25TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF
Operator: OperNames:CUNNIE, MICHAEL D #181;
ROMAN,BAYARDO #2373
23:44:15 DT10 CHGLOC 3D16E Location:25TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF->HALL OF JUSTICE, SF
LocDesc:<1300/ 2900>->at 850 BRYANT ST, SF LocCross:btwn 24TH ST
and 25TH ST->btwn BOARDMAN PL and GILBERT ST Comment:W/ONE
23:46:12 DT10 CHGLOC 3D13E Comment:W/ONE WITNESS
23:47:42 K177 CLEAR 31116 Dispo:HAN
23:50:10 DT10 CHGLOC 3D120 Location: HALL OF JUSTICE, SF->850 BRYANT ST, SF
LocDesc:at 850 BRYANT ST SF->btwn BOARDMAN PL and GILBERT ST
23:54:37 K166 ONSCN 3D13E
23:56:12 DTIO TRANSP 3D12E Location:850 BRYANT ST, SF->HALL OF JUSTICE, SF
LocDesc:btwn BOARDMAN PL and GILBERT ST->at 850 BRYANT ST, SF
Mileage:0.0 Comment:W/AN X
23:56:27 K328 MISCN 3D12E Comment:SFPDMDCCMDLINE mask: Query 1:
LEWI

/Y
Query 5: IN

23:59:41 DT10 ONSCN 3D12D

[02/27/2015]
00:05:01 DTIO CMPLT 3D12E Mileage:1.9
CAW of cwto(
00:05:40 DT10 CHGLOC 3D14D Comment:WNICTIM
00:11:44 K045 ONSCN 3D14D sco
00:52:11 SP03 BACKER 4T103 Location:HALL OF JUSTICE, SF->24TH ST/F. SF
Operator: OperNames: GARDEN, JASON #404

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SFPD 150178555 000173


CommandCAD EVENT HISTORY DETAIL: Call 150573716 Friday, February 27, 2015
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT 6:59:23

00:52:11 SP03 BACKER 4T3F Operator: OperNames:WILSON,AUSTIN #20;


SAW,TERENCE #622
00:52:19 SF03 ONSCN 4T3F
00:52:19 SP03 ONSCN 4T103
00:52:39 SF03 MISCN 4T103 Comment: UNIT ADVISED 4T3F AND 4T103 RESPONDED TO THIS
CALL AND WATNED TO BE ADDED TO THE HISTORY
00:58:43 DT10 CLEAR 3C38N
01:03:52 DT10 CLEAR 3CI1D Dispo:HAN Comment:7E
01:12:30 DT10 CHGLOC 3D92 Location:24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF->MISSION STATION, SF
LocDesc:at 850 BRYANT ST, SF->at 630 VALENCIA ST, SF LocCross:btwn
BOARDMAN FL and GILBERT ST->btwn CLARION AL and SYCAMORE ST
Comment:FU
01:12:31 DT10 ONSCN 3D92
01:12:58 DT10 MISCN 3D117 Comment:STILL HERE
01:13:05 DT10 CLEAR 3D204 Dispo:HAN
01:13:15 DT14 ONSCN 3D117
01:13:37 DT10 MISCN 3D13D Comment:STILL HERE
01:13:56 DT10 MISCN 3D15E Comment:STILL HERE
01:14:13 DT10 ONSCN 3D16D
01:14:16 DT14 ONSCN 3D16D
01:14:17 DT10 MISCN 3D16D Comment:STILL HERE
01:24:07 DT10 CLEAR 3D113 Dispo:HAN
01:24:07 DT10 CLEAR 3D300 Dispo:HAN
01:24:19 DT10 CLEAR 3D7E Dispo:HAN
01:25:36 DT14 PRMPT 3D74 Comment: Preempted and dispatched to call #150580157
01:26:52 DT14 ASSOC Service:F Event:#150580161 Type:217->E Agency:SP->SF
Comment:NEED WASHDOWN
01:30:21 DT10 MISCN 3D92 Comment:FIRE CAD 73717
01:38:46 DT10 CLEAR 4T3B Type:E->217 Dispo:HAN
01:38:56 DT14 MISCN 3D15E Comment:BREAKNG DOWN CRIME SCENE
01:44:36 DT10 CHGLOC 3D15E Comment:FU
01:47:48 DT10 BACKER 4M52 Location: MISSION STATION, SF->25TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF
01:48:02 DT10 CLEAR 3D39 Dispo:HAN
01:53:11 DT10 CHGLOC 3D13E Location:25TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF->2883 FOLSOM ST, SF
LocDesc:at 630 VALENCIA ST, SF->btwn 24TH ST and 25TH ST
LocCross:btwn CLARION AL and SYCAMORE ST->btwn 24TH ST and 25TH
ST Comment:TRANSFORTING I
02:00:17 DT10 CLEAR 1A23 Dispo:HAN
02:00:17 DT10 CLEAR 1A125 Dispo:HAN
02:01:57 DT10 PRMPT 3D13E Comment: Preempted and dispatched to call #150580220
02:02:15 DT14 CLEAR 3D15E Dispo:HAN
02:17:55 K085 MISCN 3D12D Comment: SFPDMDCCMDLINE mask: Query 1:
LEV

Query 4: IV

4
02:22:02 DT10 MISCN Comment:SWING WATCH UNITS BEING HELD OVER
02:34:31 DT10 CLEAR 3D12D Dispo:HAN
02:55:12 DT10 CLEAR 51-13 Dispo:HAN
03:04:15 DT10 CHGLOC 3D16E Location: FOLSOM ST, SF->MISSION STATION, SF
LocDesc:btwn 24TH ST and 25TH ST->at 630 VALENCIA ST, SF
LocCross:btwn 24TH ST and 25TH ST->btwn CLARION
ST Comment:FU oT19 of , of
A, 1
030422 DT10 ONSCN 3D16E Cqtceo
03:05:35 DT10 CLEAR 4T103 Dispo:HAN
03:10:04 DT10 MISCN Comment:SWING WATCH UNITS STILL WORKING
03:10:27 DT14 CLEAR 3D14E Oun

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SFPD 150178555 000174


CommandCAD EVENT HISTORY DETAIL: Call 150573716 Friday, February 27, 2015
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT 6:59:23

03:31:54 CADAPP ASSOCX


03:34:00 DT10 TRANSP 3D12E Location: MISSION STATION, SF->600 BANKS ST, SF
LocDesc:at ALENCIA ST, SF->btwn OGDEN AV and CRESCENT AV
LocCross:btwn CLARION AL and SYCAMORE ST->btwn OGDEN AV and
CRESCENTAV Mileage:0.0 Comment: COURTESY RIDE W/ WITNESS
x
03:39:14 DT10 CMPLT 3D12E Mileage:3.5
04:31:03 K027 CLEAR 3D16E Dispo:I-IAN
05:16:29 DT10 CLEAR 3D92
05:17:10 DT10 CLEAR 4M52
05:17:20 DT10 CLEAR 4T3F
05:51:04 DT14 PRMPT 3D12E Comment: Preempted and dispatched to call #150580458
06:05:29 DT10 CLEAR 5S26
06:21:59 DT10 CLEAR 5X102
06:22:04 DT10 CLEAR 5X110
06:22:13 DT10 CLEAR 3D117
06:24:04 DT14 CLEAR 3D13D Dispo:REP
06:24:23 DT14 CLEAR 3D16D Dispo:REP

CALL RECAP:
INITIATE: 21:47:53 02/26/2015 CALL NUMBER: #3716
ENTRY: • 21:47:53 02/26/2015 CURRENT STATUS: CLEAR
DISPATCH: 21:47:53 02/26/2015 PRIMARY UNIT: 3D14D
ON SCENE: 21:47:53 02/26/2015 JURISDICTION: SP
CLOSE: DISPOSITION: REP
ADDRESS: 24TH ST/FOLSOM ST, SF
DAREA: 3D REPORT NUMBER: PD150178555
SECTOR: D4 TYPE: 000 --> 217 SHOOTING
RA; 455 PRIORITY: A
FIRE: PRIOR HISTORY: Yes

CP: MUNI/#28 MARIO


ADDRESS:
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SFPD 150178555 000175


CommandCAD EVENT HISTORY DETAIL: Call 150573716 Friday, February 27, 2015
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT 6:59:23

OPERATOR ASSIGNMENTS: DTIO


CADAPP
K349
DT06
D114
K038
DT07
K086
DT24
K027
DT09
K098
K177
DT04
DT20
K060
K292
DT17
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K166
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AS OF 01:03:52: DTIO
DT14
DT14
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5P150573718 A 216S SHOT SPOTTER FOLSOM ST, SF
[02/26/2015]
21:48:07 SF04 CREATE Location: FOLSOM ST, SFType:216S DAREA:31)Area:455
TypeDesc:SHOT SPOTTER LocDesc:btwn 24TH ST and 25TH ST
LocCross:btwn 24TH ST and 25TH ST Priority:A Class:F:3PAT Agency:SP
Map:A3
21:48:30 SF04 ENTRY Map:A3 Comment:5 ROUNDS PER SHOTSPOTTER
21:48:30 SELECT
21:48:30 CADAPF NPREMS Comment:(none)
21:48:33 SF04 NOMORE
21:48:53 DT17 MISCN Comment: BC ON All
21:48:55 DTIO XREF Type:2165->27D2G Agency: SP->SF
21:48:55 DT10 COMBIN Service: P Event:#1 50573716 Type:27D2G->000 Agency:SF->SP
21:48:55 OTIO CLOSE

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LOCATION: DATE/TIME OF INCIDENT:


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DATE /TIME RECEIVED
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CRIME SCENE RESPONSE FORM UA ii I iuuiu

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IA1bI I REQ BY I STAR I UNIT
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DATE/TIME
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LATENT FINGERPRINT PROCESSING RESULTS:

LATENT PRINTS DEVELOPED: YES 0 NO 0 N/A 0 # OF LIFT CARDS PROCESS USED: SEE 235E FORM

AFIS QUALITY? YES 0 NO E] TBD 0 AFIS ENTRY DATE: N/A 0 ID MADE: Y 0 (SEE 2350) N 0
UNIDENTIFIED USEABLE LATENTS REMAINING IN FILE? Y 0 ND TBD 0 AS OF (date)

COMMENTS! NOTES! P.O.E.

CHECK ALL FORMS ATTACHED TO THIS REPORT:

o FIREARM INFORMATION REPORT (235A) El BIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE COLLECTION REPORT (235B)

El GUNSHOT RESIDUE REPORT (235C) 0 COMPARISON REQUEST & ID FORM (235D)

D EVIDENCE INVENTORY (235E) El VEHICLE PROCESSING REPORT (235F)

CRIME SCENE REPORT! NOTES CRIME SCENE DIAGRAM

X & V COORDINATES El OTHER

(IF BOXES ARE NOT CHECKED, NO ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IN INITIAL C.S.I. REPORT)

SFPD 235 (REVISED 08/08)


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SFPD 150178555 000181


INCIDENT NUMBER:
150-178-555 SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT
LOCATION: DATE:
24Th /FOLSOM ST 02/26115 C.S.I. EVIDENCE INVENTORY & PROCESSING
STAR:
EVIDENCE PAGE 1 OF 2
RODELAS 729
STATUS CODES: B BOOKED D DRYING P LATENT PROCESSING F FREEZER S SWAB R RELEASED (SEE BELOW)

PROCESS CODES: BP BLACK POWDER MP MAGNA POWDER N NINHYDRIN D DFO C CYANOACRYLATE R R6G SP STICKY PRINT OTHER'
COLL. BY! INIT. PROC. LAT. DATE
ITEM # DESCRIPTION LOCATION FOUND REC FROM STATUS USED +1- BOOKED

1 (1) CASING: "WIN 40 S&W" SIDEWALK IFO FOLSOM ST 729 B NA NA 02/27/15

2 (1) CASING: "WIN 40 S&W" SIDEWALK IFO FOLSOM ST 729 B NA I NA 02/27/15

3 (1) CASING: "WIN 40 S&W" SIDEWALK IFO FOLSOM ST 729 B NA NA 02/27/15

4 (1) CASING: "WIN 40 S&W" SIDEWALK IFO FOLSOM ST 729 B NA NA 02/27/15

5 (1) CASING: "WIN 40 S&W" SIDEWALK IFO FOLSOM ST 729 B NA NA 02/27/15

6 (1) CASING: "WIN 40 S&W" SIDEWALK IFO FOLSOM ST 729 B NA NA 02/27/15

7 (1) SILVER MOUNTAIN BIKE: "KENT" SIDEWALK IFO FOLSOM ST 729 B P - 02/27/15

8 (1) SILVER KITCHEN KNIFE ROADWAY IFO FOLSOM ST 729 B P/S - 02/27/15

- (2) SWABS: WATER SAMPLE LOT-51E3, EXP-05/2015 729 B/F NA NA 02/27/15

- (2) SWABS HANDLE OF KNIFE 729 B/F NA NA 02/27/15

9 (1) BULLET ON GROUND IFO FOLSOM ST 729 B NA NA 02/27/15

CHAIN OF CUSTODY
ITEM # DESCRIPTION RELEASED BY RECEIVED BY DATE TIME

SFPD 235E (08/08)


SFPD 150178555 Page Of Y 000182
INCIDENT NUMBER:
150-178-555 SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT
LOCATION: DATE:
24th JFOLSOM ST
C.S.I.EVIDENCE INVENTORY & PROCESSING
STAR:
EVIDENCE PAGE 2OF2
RODELAS k 729
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STATUS CODES: B BOOKED D DRYING P LATENT PROCESSI NG F FREEZER S SWAB R RELEASED (SEE BELOW)

PROCESS CODES: BP BLACK POWDER MP MAGNA POWDER N NINHYDRIN D DFO C CYANOACRYLATE R R6G SP STICKY PRINT OTHER:
S COLL. BY / INIT. PROC. LAT. DATE
ITEM # DESCRIPTION LOCATION FOUND REC FROM STATUS USED +1- BOOKED

THE FOLLOWING WERE NOT MARKED WITH #S

- (1) PAIR HANDCUFFS W/BLOOD "PEERLESS,STAR #159111 729 B/F NA NA 02/27/15

- (1) BULLET ON ASPHALT IFO FOLSOM ST 729 B NA NA 02/27/15

CHAIN OF CUSTODY
ITEM # DESCRIPTION RELEASED BY RECEIVED BY DATE TIME

- SFPD 235E (08108)


SFPD 150178555
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SANIFRANCISCO1POLICE DEPARTMIENT
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Crime SceneVReport

CASE: 150-178- 555 -


241h / Folsom St
-LOCATION:-
DATE: 02/26/15 PREPARED BY: Rodelas #72
TIME: 2235 hrs

Li!u .I.M
Inspector Shouldice #2054, Officer Nibungco #2390, Officer Shakur #2476
and I responded to 24th and Folsom Street to process the scene of an
Officer Involved Shooting. Upon arrival, Sergeant Montoya #1522 provided
us with a walkthrough of the scene. Sergeant Dedet #101 of the Homicide
Detail arrived at the scene as well,

Scene Description:

The scene was located on the 2800 block Folsom Street between 24th and
25th
Streets. Folsom Street was a two way roadway which extended in the
north and south directions.. 24th and 25th Streets were two way roadways
which extended in the east and west directions. The odd numbered
addresses of Folsom Street were on the east side of the roadway and the
even numbered addresses were on the west side.

Numerous Officers from Mission and Bayview Stations were present and
secured the scene at the 2800 block of Folsom Street with yellow tape
which prevented all vehicle and pedestrian traffic from entering. The area
was comprised primarily of multi story residential dwellings. The weather
conditions were cold and windy with clear skies.

Observations:

Folsom Street was located on the east side of the street. There were
two vehicles parked in the northbound parking lanes facing north on the

parked
street between both vehicles, there was a deceased subject who appeared
to be in the supine position covered with a yellow blanket. There was
blood pooling by the deceased subject. There was a large kitchen knife on
the street a few feet away from the deceased. There was a cartridge casing
on the street under the parked silver Toyota.

On the sidewalk adjacent the parked vehicles, there were cartridge casings.
One was located on the first step of the front gate of Folsom Street.

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The other two cartridge casings were located on the sidewalk and tree
planter area of the sidewalk,

In front of Folsom Street, there were two other cartridge casings on


the sidewalk. In front of Folsom Street, there was a silver mountain
bike- on the sidewalk. The mountain bike was on its side

Directly across from Folsom Street was a three story multi unit
residential house( Folsom Street). On the front side of this property,
there were two defects on the tiled wall that appeared to be possible bullet
strikes(see attached diagram, photos). One strike was located just above
the garage door and the other was by the second story window. Directly
below this particular strike, there was a small concrete area in front of the
property. In this area, there was a fired bullet on the ground.

In front Folsom Street, InspectorShouldice later located a fired bullet


on the asphalt in the southbound parking lane of the street. On the
sidewalk in front of this address, there was a street lamp post. It should be
noted that this lamp post was functioning on and off intermittently.

Evidence:

I marked all six cartridge casings, silver mountain bike, fired bullet and
kitchen knife with numbered cones as evidence. The additional fired bullet
on the street in front of Folsom Street was not marked with a
numbered cone, but considered evidence. Officer Nibungco took
photographs of the scene and evidence. Officer Shakur videotaped the
scene and evidence.

Dr Investigator and Investigator of the


SFME's Office arrived at the scene. Dr requested the handcuffs
removed from the deceased. Inspector Shouldice unlocked and removed
the handcuffs from the deceased. I placed these handcuffs in an envelope
and secured them in my vehicle. Investigator removed a cell
phone from the front right pants pocket of the deceased. I took possession
of the cell phone from Investigator and delivered it directly to

Officer Nibungco and Officer Shakur responded to Mission Police Station


for photographs of the Officers involved and collection of their duty
weapons(see attached reports).

I collected all marked evidence at the scene. I also collected the fired bullet
on the asphalt and the handcuffs from the deceased as evidence. All
evidence was transported to CSI for processing and booked into evidence
accordingly.

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r Wimber Incident Type: Drawn By Incident Date: Tech. Review: Page:
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DATE /TIME RECEIVED
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02126115 2205
CRIME SCENE RESPONSE FORM LJP.tt! I IhuuLu
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PHOTOS: NO 0 BY C.S.I. 0 BY PHOTO LAB 0 BY RESPONDING OFFICER 0

LATENT FINGERPRINT PROCESSING RESULTS:

LATENT PRINTS DEVELOPED: YES 0 NO 0 N/A # OF LIFT CARDS PROCESS USED: SEE 235E FORM

AFIS QUALITY? YES 0 NO 0 TBD 0 AFIS ENTRY DATE: N/A 0 ID MADE: Y 0(SEE 235D) N 0
UNIDENTIFIED USEABLE LATENTS REMAINING IN FILE? Y 0 ND TBD 0 AS OF (date) ,

COMMENTS! NOTES! P.O.E.


WE RESPONDED TO CO. D TO TAKE PHOTOS OF OFFICERS REBOLI #1651 AND T1FFE #1312,

AND CONDUCT FIREARMS EXCHANGE WITH THE SFPD RANGEMASTER. WE ARRIVED AT

CO. D STATION AT 2355 HOURS TOOK PHOTOGRAPHS OF OFFICERS INVOLVED IN O.LS..

ON 02127/16 AT 0040 HRS, SGT TING #1269, RANGEMASTER, ARRIVED AND CONDUCTED FIREARM
EXCHANGE WITH OFC REBOLI #1651 AND OFC TIFFE #1312 (SEE ATTACHED FIREARM REPORTS).

SEIZED OFC REBOLI'S BLOOD STAINED FIREARM HOLSTER, YAWARA STICK, BELT AND CLOTHING.

(SEE ATTACHED EVIDENCE INVENTORY SHEET)

CHECK ALL FORMS ATTACHED TO THIS REPORT:

FIREARM INFORMATION REPORT (235A) O BIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE COLLECTION REPORT (235B)

El GUNSHOT RESIDUE REPORT (236C) El COMPARISON REQUEST & 1D FORM (2350)

EVIDENCE INVENTORY (235E) o VEHICLE PROCESSING REPORT (236F)


o CRIME SCENE REPORT/ NOTES O CRIME SCENE DIAGRAM
o x & Y COORDINATES 0 OTHER

(IF BOXES ARE NOT CHECKED, NO ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IN INITIAL C.S.I. REPORT)

SFPD 235 (REVISED 08/08)


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150178555 SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT
5
C.SJ. EVIDENCE INVENTORY & PROCESSING
CO.
EVIDENCE PAGE 1 OF 1
SHAKURC)(I
STATUS CODES: B BOOKED D DRYING P LATENT PROCESSING F FREEZER S SWAB R RELEASED (SEE BELOW)

PROCESS CODES: BP BLACK POWDER NIP MAGNA POWDER N NINHYDRIN D DFO C CYANOACRYLATE R R6G SP STICKY PRINT OTHER:
COLL BY! INIT. PROC. LAT. DATE
ITEM # DESCRIPTION LOCATION FOUND RFC FROM STATUS USED +1- BOOKED

1 (1) BLOOD STAINED HOLSTER OFC REBOLI #1651 2476 BF NA NA 02127115

7 (1) BLOOD STAINED YAWARA STICK OFC REBOLI #1651 2476 BF NA NA 02127115

3 (1) BLOOD STAINED BEIGE PANTS OFC REBOLI #1651 2476 BF NA NA 02127/15

(1) BLOOD STAINED BLK "GI AN TS" T-SHIRT OFC REBOLI #1651 1 2476 BF NA 1 NA 02127115

CHAIN OF CUSTODY

I ITEM # DESCRIPTION RELEASED BY RECE1 TIME

SFPD 235E (08/08)


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DATE [TIME RECEIVED

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SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT

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02126115 2205
FIREARM INFORMATION REPORT UAI/ liMb KEQUEb IbL)
02/26115 ASAP
OFFENSE I I REQ BY STAR I UNIT
RD LEFT
DATE/TIME
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V to
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COMPLAINANT
SFPD
I PHONE RUNDATE
02/26/15
I ARRIVAL TIME
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00 W(JAHONUl-I<Ur4 7-57
CSOISTAR
CO. D- -- SHAKUR/2476
REMARKS / INSTRUCTIONS I CSO / STAR
- FIREARM EXCHANGE P/U NIBUNGCO/2390

REVOLVER [] PISTOL 0 SHOTGUN 0 RIFLE 0 OTHERD

MAKE: SIG SAUER MODEL: P226 SERIAL #:

CALIBER: 40 BARREL LENGTH: 4 1/2 IN FINISH: BLACK

NOTES: FROM OFC REBOLI #1651 @0040 HOURS ON 02/27/15


-

HEADSTAMPS: ALL IDENTICAL : 8 VARIED 0


<LNOTES: "WIN 40 S&W"

GRIPS PRESERVED: YES El 00 UN K.D N/A El


BS BY#

CHECK APPLICABLE BOXES:

MAGAZINE IN WEAPON? Y 0 N 0 N/AD WEAPON COCKED? Y 0 N 0 SAFETY ON? Y 0 N0 N/A 11

0 N U NIA El
UNLOADED PRIOR TO CSI? Y PROCESSED? Y 0 N 0 N/A El LATENTS? Y 0 N 0
PROCESS METHOD: POWDER 0 CYANOACRYLATE 0 R6G 0 OTHER:

[NOTES/ADDITIONAL ITEMS BOOKED WITH FIREARM:


(1) MAGAZINE FROM FIREARM; (8) UNFIRED "WIN 40 S&W" CARTRIDGES; (1) ADDITIONAL MAGAZINE;

12) "WIN 40 S&W" UNFIRED CARTRIDGES FROM ADDITIONAL MAGAZINE

CSI RESPONSE 235 FIREARM REP EVIDENCE INVENTORY 235E

REVOLVERS: ROTATION CW 0 C MAGAZINE-FED WEAPONS:

2V
)
-

CHAMBER: LOADED N EMPTY 0


MAGAZINE: # OF CARTRIDGES: 7
7
: 44
TOTAL CARTRIDGES: 8 -

FIREARM & CONTENTS BOOKED ON: 02/27115 BY # 2476

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DATE ITIME RECEIVED
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT 02126/15 2205
FIREARM INFORMATION REPORT u#ii I Wit KLUU t6 lL)
02/26115 ASAP
OFFENSE I 'I3 I REQ BY STAR UNIT
RD LEFT
DATE/TIME
O.I.S. (
INSPDEDET 101 j 5H I

COMPLAINANT I PHONE RUNDATE ARRIVAL TIME


SFPD 02/26/15 I 2355
___________________________________________________________

COD SHAKURI247
REMARKS / INSTRUCTIONS CSO / STAR
- FIREARM EXCHANGE PIU NIBUNGCO/2390

REVOLVER 0
[ PISTOL 0 SHOTGUN 0 RIFLE 0 OTHERD

MAKE: SIG SAUER MODEL: P226 SERIAL #:

uj CALIBER: 40 77BARREL LENGTH: 4 1/2 IN FINISH: BLACK


LL
NOTES: FROM OFC TIFFE #1312 @0055 HRS ON 02/27/15
-

HEADSTAMPS: ALL IDENTICAL : 12 VARIED 0


NOTES: "WIN 40 S&W"

< GRIPS PRESERVED: YES El BY# Q—NOD LINK D G B.S NIO0 N/A El

[ SWABS BOOKED IN FREEZER: DATE: BY#

CHECK APPLICABLE BOXES:

MAGAZINE IN WEAPON? Y 0 N 0 NIA WEAPON COCKED? Y 0 N 0 SAFETY ON? Y 0 N0 N/A

UNLOADED PRIOR TO CSI? Y 0 N M N/A 0 PROCESSED? Y 0 N0 N/A Z LATENTS? Y 0 NO

PROCESS METHOD: POWDER 0 CYANOACRYLATE 0 R6G 0 OTHER:

NOTES/ ADDITIONAL ITEMS BOOKED WITH FIREARM:

I (1) MAGAZINE FROM FIREARM; (12) "WIN 40 S&W" UNFIRED CARTRIDGES

CSI RESPONSE 235 0 FIREARM REPORT 235A 0 EVIDENCE INVENTORY 235E 0 OTHER:

REVOLVERS: ROTATION - CW 0 C MAGAZINE-FED WEAPONS:

CHAMBER: LOADED 0 EMPTY 0

W(D) 2'
*
MAGAZINE: #OF CARTRIDGES: 11

TOTAL CARTRIDGES: 12

FIREARM & CONTENTS BOOKED ON: 02/27/15 BY #2476

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SFPD 150178555 000195


San Francisco Police Department
Forensic Services Division Criminalistics Laboratory
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Tel: 415.671.3200 I Fax: 415.671.3290


Report of Laboratory Examination
Firearms Examination

Incident Number 150-178-555


Laboratory Number 15-0188
Incident Date February 26, 2015
Requested By Sergeant Ravano # 929
Detail I Agency Homicide/ SFPD
Complainant I Victim Unknown
Suspect Unknown
Report Date September 24, 2015

The following evidence was received in the Criminalistics Laboratory on September 1, 2015.

DESCRIPTION OF EVIDENCE

Bag 3 Ex. 3-1 One 40 S&W caliber Sig Sauer Model P226 semiautomatic pistol, serial number

Two magazines
Twenty 40 S&W caliber Winchester cartridges

Bag 4 Ex. 4-1 One 40 S&W caliber Sig Sauer Model P226 semiautomatic pistol, serial number

One magazine
Twelve 40 S&W caliber Winchester cartridges

Bag 6 Ex. 6-1 6-6 Six fired 40 S&W caliber Winchester cartridge cases
-

Ex. 6-9, 6-10 Two fired copper-jacketed bullets

Bag 20 Ex. 20-1, 20-8,


20-10 Three apparent lead fragments

Ex. 20-2 One lead bullet core

Ex. 20-3 One fired copper bullet jacket


One apparent lead fragment

Ex. 20-4, 20-5 Two fired copper-jacketed bullets

Ex. 20-6, 207,


20-9 Three fired copper bullet jacket fragments

1210f
11 ~

Standard firearms examination performed in accordance with the standard operating procedures of the
Firearm and Toolmark Unit
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Report of Laboratory Examination (Continued)


150-178-555 / September 24, 2015

Bag 3 Ex. 3-1 The pistol was examined and found to be functional using one of the submitted
magazines.

The trigger pulls were determitied to be within manufacturer's specifications.

The remaining magazine and cartridges were not examined further.

Bag 4 Ex. 4-1 The pistol was examined and found to be functional using the submitted
magazine.

The trigger pulls were determined to be within manufacturer's specifications.

The cartridges were not examined further.

Bags 6,20
Ex. 6-1 6-5 - The five cartridge cases were fired in the submitted Exhibit 3-1 pistol.

Ex. 6-6 The cartridge case was fired in the submitted Exhibit 4-1 pistol.

Ex. 6-9, 6-10,


20-3,20-4,
20-5 The four bullets and one bullet jacket were fired from the submitted Exhibit 3-1
pistol.

The exhibits were deermined to be of 40 caliber displaying rifling characteristics


of six lands and grooves, right twist.

The apparent lead fragment in Exhibit 20-3 does not display individual or class
characteristics and was not examined further.

Ex. 20-1, 20-2,


20-8,20-10 The three, apparent lead fragments and one bullet core do not display individual
or class characteristics and were not examined further.

Ex. 20-6 The jacket fragment could have been fired from the submitted Exhibit 3-1 pistol;
however, a lack of sufficient individual characteristics precludes an
identification.

The exhibit was determined to display rifling characteristics of apparent right


twist.

Ex. 20-7 The jacket fragment could neither be identified nor eliminated as having been
from the submitted Exhibit 3-1 pistol due to insufficient agreement or
disagreement of individual characteristics.

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San Francisco Police Department
Forensic Services Division Criminalistics Laboratory
-

Report of Laboratory Examination (Continued)


150-178-555 / September 24,2015

The jacket fragment also could neither be identified nor eliminated as having
been from the submitted Exhibit 4-1 pistol due to insufficient agreement or
disagreement of individual characteristics.

The exhibit was determined to display rifling characteristics of apparent right


twist.

Ex. 20-9 The jacket fragment could have been fired from the submitted Exhibit 3-1 pistol;
however, a lack of sufficient individual characteristics precludes an
identification.

The exhibit was determined to display rifling characteristics of right twist.

DISPOSITION OF EVIDENCE

The items will be returned to the property control division.

Reported By:
Mark Proia, Criminalist II

END OF REPORT
1

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Case Number: 150 178 555 Date: 0226.15
Location: 2800 Block FoIso, Street
Insp: R. Shouidice#2054
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SFPD 150178555 000199
Case# 150 178 555 p026.15
Location: 2800 Block Folsom Street CSI: Shouldice #2054

# Item "X'

I Casing 268'-2" 7-2"

2
-
Casing 263'-9" 6-2"

3 Casing 260-7" 3-2"

4 Casing (under vehicle) 257'-8" 2'-4"

5 Casing 250-0" 71-8"

6 Casing (on step) 244-5" 15-3"

7 Bicycle (measured to center) 224'-0' 11-6"


8 Knife 240'-6" 11-0"

9 Bullet 249'-4" 78'-6"

-4

SFPD 150178555 000200


San Francisco' Police P Crime Laboratory Examination' Request
NAME OF STATION OR UNIT REQUESTING (NOT CALL UAE REQUES
SIGN)
150178555 HOMICIDE 11, 3110/2015
T AAV1T,P SUSPECT - II DATE OF OCCCJP.F.J
2126/2015
/

OIS Investigation CCSF

Priori Classification: Priority ----------------------------------


PLEASE NOTE
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1. SUBMIT A SEPARATE LABORATORY EXAMINATION REQUEST FOR (SFPD 64) FOR EACH SFPD INCIDENT NUMBER.
2. WHEN COMPARISON OF ITEMS IN MULITPLE iNCIDENT IS REQUIRED, SUBMIT AN SFPD 64 FOR EACH INCIDENT NUMBER.
3.ATTACH A COPY OF TBE INITIAL NARRATIVE POLICE REPORT, QPRL.EVIDENCE SBEET AND AVAILABLE CSI DOCUMENTATIOT
BIOLOGY/DNA.
0 BIOLOGICAL SCREENING: EXAMINE FOR THE PRESENCE OF 0 BLOOD 0 SEMEN 0 SALIVA 0 OThER (Circle all that
apply)

0 DNA COMPARISON: 0 TYPE EVIDENCE SAMPLES IN BAG NUMBER -


AT PCD

o COMPARE WITH SUSPECT REFERENCE SAMPLE(S) N BAG NUMBER AT PCD

El COMPARE WITH VICTIM REFERENCE SAMPLE(S) N BAG NUMBERAT PCD

0 DOES SUSPECT REFERENCE QUALIFY FOR ENTRY INTO CODIS (Bureau Order 06-003 / pd 295-297); BAG NUMBER AT PCD

NATURE OF REQUEST (INCLUDE BELATED INCIDENT NUMBERS)

FIREARMS / TOOLMARKS
o NIBIN / OPEN CASE FILE 0 FIREARM(S) (QUANTITY) 0 FIRED BULLET(S) I CASING(S)
o COMPARISON WITH OTHER SFPD INCIDENTS): (See 42 above)
El OTHER (i.e. SERIAL NUMBER RESTORATION / DISTANC DETERMINATION I TOOLMARK COMPARISON).
NATURE OF REQUEST INCLIJDEBEIATED INCIDENT NUMBERS) .................................................................................................................................................................

PLEASE CONDUCT OPERABILITY TEST ON INVOLVED FIREARMS (2).

FIREARM #1: (BAG 003/BAGTYPE WP/STORED IN D484/LOCAT(ON 11/SERIA

FIREARM (BAG 004/BAGTYPE WP!STOREDIN 0484/LocAT!ON 12/SERIA . .


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LI GUNSHOT RESIDUE D QUESTIONED [I] FOOTWEAR


DOCUMENTS IMPRESSION
NATUREOF REQUEST (INCLUDE RELATED INCIDENT NUMBERS) .............................................................................................................................................................

SFPD 150178555 000201


Memorandum
San Francisco Police Department
Forensic Services Division

To: Captain Michael Connolly #2129 Approved Yes No


O.I.C. - Forensic Services Division o 0
o 0
Froth: Inspector Ronan Shouldlice #2054 o 0

Date: 7 March 2015

Subject: O.I.S. diagram - Case Number 150 178 555

CSI responded to document the scene of an Officer-Involved shooting incident on the


block of Folsom Street on the evening of 26 February, 2015.

Among other duties we carefully measured the scene and locations of all pertinent features and
items of evidence therein. These measurements are diligently recorded for subsequent
preparation of crime scene diagrams which represent, as accurately as possible, the positions
and inter-relationships of relevant components within the scene as we find it.

These diagrams become an important record of the scene documentation and are linked in turn
to CSI evidence lists, narratives, and supplemental reports. They historically fulfill a critical
function of the investigative process and are relied 'upon by the many and varied disciplines
that typically become involved in subsequent investigations, and indeed in any future litigation
that may arise.

I wish to register my dismay at discovering a diagrammatic representation of part of this crime


scene which was prepared by an unknown party, and at unknown direction. It purports to
represent a section of the 2800 block of Folsom Street central to the incident in question, and
though it is marked "Preliminary", it is inaccurate and at odds with the scene as we found it.
Furthermore, it is posted online and now becomes an unofficial part of the record 'which can be
seen to be at odds with the actual scene diagrams prepared by CSI. It is unsigned, undated, and
unatLributed, yet it exists and is wholly discoverable.

It would appear that this drawing was generated by an individual who was not present at the
scene, and it is unclear to me what information was used by the author in the preparation of
this image. It is reckless, in my opinion, to prepare such a document for publication absent
salient facts' and regardless of conflict with professionally prepared records.

I object in the strongest professional terms to this pre-emptive and inaccurate representation of
a crime scene where our Department, and especially the Officers involved in this incident, will
naturally be under scrutiny for some time to come.

SFPD 150178555 000202


COM
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Case Number: 150 178 555 Date: 02.26.15


Location 2800 Block Folsoøi Street
lnsn: R. Shouldice #2054

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Knife

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Bullet Strike
Streetlight
Bullet Strike

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Streetlight

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SFPD 150178555 000246
SFPD 150178555 000247
SFPD 150178555 000248
San Francisco Police Department Crime Labora Examination Reauest
CASE NUMBER (DEPARTMENT) NAME OF STATION OR UNIT REQUESTING (NOT CALL DATE OF BEQUEST
SIGN)
150178555 HOMICIDE 3/2512015
LABORATORY NUMBER SUSPECT DATE OF OCCURRENCE
PEREZ-LOPEZ, EMILCAR 2/26/2015
(DECEASED)
CHARGE COMPLAINANT I VICTIM OTHER NUMBER
01 S - 245 On P0 CCSF
DESCRIPTION O IEVIDENCE I$1EXAMINATIONIREQUEST
9IY--------------. PLEASE NOTE I--------------------------------------
1. SUBMIT A SEPARATE LABORATORY EXAMINATION REQUEST FOR (SFPD 64) FOR EACH SFPD INCIDENT NUMBER.
2. WHEN COMPARISON OF ITEMS IN MULITPLE INCIDENT IS REQUIRED, SUBMIT AN SFPD 64 FOR EACH INCIDENT NUMBER.
3. ATTACH A COPY OF THE, INITIAL NARRATIVE POLICE REPORT, QPRL EVIDENCE SHEET AND AVAILABLE CSI DOCUMENTATION.
BIOLOGY/ DNA
0 BIOLOGICAL SCREENING: EXAMINE FOR THE PRESENCE OF 0 BLOOD 0 SEMEN 0 SALIVA 0 OTHER (Circle all that
apply)

0 DNA COMPARISON: 0 TYPE EVIDENCE SAMPLES IN BAG NUMBER AT PCD

0 COMPARE WITH SUSPECT REFERENCE SAMPLE(S) IN BAG NUMBER AT PCD

0 COMPARE WITH VICTIM REFERENCE SAMPLE(S) IN BAG NUMBER AT PCD

0 DOES SUSPECT REFERENCE QUALIFY FOR ENTRY INTO CODIS (Bureau Order 06-003 /PC 295-297); BAG NUMBER AT PCD

NATURE OF REQUEST (INCLUDE RELATED INCIDENT NUMBERS)

FIREARMS / TOOLMARKS
0 NIBIN / OPEN CASE FILE Z FIREARM(S) (QUANTITY) 2 FIRED BULLET(S)/CASING(S)

o COMPARISON WITH OTHER SFPD INCIDENTS): (See d2 above)

El OTHER (i.e. SERIAL NUMBER RESTORATION! DISTANC DETERMINATION / TOOLMARK COMPARISON)

NATURE OF REQUEST (INCLUDE RELATED INCIDENT NUMBERS)

PLEASE COMPARE BOTH FIREARMS WITH CASINGS RECOVERED FROM SCENE BY CSI AND PROJECTILES RECOVERED BY
MEDICAL EXAMINER FROM SUSPECT

FIREARM #1: BAG #003/BAGTYPE WP/STORED IN D484/LoCATION 11/SERIAL


FIREARM #2: BAG #004/BAGTYPE WP/STORED IN D484/LoCATIoN 12/SERIAL

CASINGS FROM SCENE: BAG #006/BAGTYPE TE/STORED IN F070/LoCATIoN 45/6 CASINGS

PROJECTILES: BAG #020/BAGTYPE TE/STORED IN F098/LOCATION 48/10 PROJECTILES (SEVERAL FRAGMENTED)

SEE ATTACHED QPRL FOR FURTHER


OTHER REQUEST
(Check category and provide description of request below)

[1 GUNSHOT RESIDUE [I] QUESTIONED FOOTWEAR


DOCUMENTS IMPRESSION
NATURE OF REQUEST (INCLUDE RELATED INCIDENT NUMBERS) ................................................................................................................................................................

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SFPD 150178555 000249
U HOMICIDE
REQUIRED OFFICER INVOLVED SHOOTING 0 ADA ASSIGNED TO CASE_____
INFORMATION 0 IN CUSTODY DEATH 0 CONTACT NUMBER
0 NONE OF THE ABOVE 0 AD TO CASE
REQUESTED BY / CONTACT NUMBER APPROVED BY / CONT

RAVANO / 734-3179
__ _____

RANK/STAR RANK/ST

SGT.#929 L+/si

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SFPD 150178555 000250


San Francisco Police Department Crime Laboratory Examination Request
CASE NUMBER (DEPARTMENT) NAME OF STATION ORUNIT REQUESTING (NOT CALL DATE OF REQUEST
SIGN)
150178555 HOMICIDE 3/2512015
LABORATORY NUMBER SUSPECT DATE OF OCCURRENCE
PEREZ-LOPEZ, EMILCAR ] 212612015
CHARGE COMPLAINANT I VICTIM OTHER NUMBER
OIS 245 on P0
- CCSF
DESCRIPTION OF EVIDENCE AND EXAMINATION REQUEST
,.friori Classification: Priority PLEASE NOTE -------------------------------------- -

I. SUBMIT A SEPARATE LABORATORY EXAMINATION REQUEST FOR (SFPD 64) FOR EACH SFPD INCIDENT NUMBER
2. WHEN COMPARISON OF ITEMS IN MULITPLE INCIDENT IS REQUIRED, SUBMIT AN SFPD 64 FOR EACH INCIDENT NUMBER
3. ATTACH A COPY OF THE INITIAL NARRATIVE POLICE REPORT, QPRL EVIDENCE SHEET AND AVAILABLE CS! DOCUMENTATION.
BIOLOGY/ DNA
0 BIOLOGICAL SCREENING: EXAMINE FOR THE PRESENCE OF 0 BLOOD 0 SEMEN 0 SALIVA 0 OTJzI](R (Circle all that
apply)

ED DNA COMPARISON: Z TYPE EVIDENCE SAMPLES IN BAG NUMBER 007 AT PCD

COMPARE WITH SUSPECT REFERENCE SAMPLE(S) IN BAG NUMBER 017 AT PCD

0 COMPARE WITH VICTIM REFERENCE SAMPLE(S) IN BAG NUMBER AT PCD

DOES SUSPECT REFERENCE QUALIFY FOR ENTRY INTO CODIS (Bureau Order 06-003 /PC 295-297); BAG NUMBER 017 AT PCD

NATURE OF REQUEST (INCLUDE RELATED INCIDENT NUMBERS) ..........................

PLEASE COMPARE SWABS FROM KNIFE (BAG #007IBAGTYPE TE/STORED IN FREEZER/LOCATION A241) TO BLOODSPOT
FROM SUSPECT (BAG #0I7IBAGTYPE TE/ST0RED IN FREEZER/LOCATION A241). SUSPECT BLOODSPOT REFERENCE
SAMPLE QUALIFIES FOR CODIS ENTRY

LI FIREARMS / TOOLMARKS
o NIBIN I OPEN CASE FILE 0 FIREARM(S) (QUANTITY) 0 FIRED BULLET(S)! CASING(S)
o COMPARISON WITH OTHER SFPD INCIDENTS): (See #2 above)
0 OTHER (i.e. SERIAL NUMBER RESTORATION / DISTANC DETERMINATION! TOOLMARK COMPARISON)
NATURE OF REQUEST (INCLUDE RELATED INCIDENT NUMBERS)

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(Check category and provide description of request below)
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REQUIRED OFFICER INVOLVED SHOOTING 0 ADA ASSIGNED TO CASE____
INFORMATION 0 CUSTODY DEATH
IN 0 CONTACT NUMBE7.
El NONE OF THE ABOVE 0 ADA NOT YET,SIGNED TO CASE
REQUESTED BY / CONTACT NUMBER APPROVED BY / CONTACT NUyJIJ

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SFPD 150178555 000252


. BOde Cellmark
FOR
1 1.ENSICS
LbCorp SpeiatyTesting Group
.
Forensic Case Report
June 22, 2015

To:
San Francisco PD Crime Lab Bode Cellmark Case #:
606 Manseau Street SFPD Case #: 150-178-555
Hunters Point Shipyard SFPD Laboratory #:
San Francisco, CA 94124

Suspect: Amilcar (Emflcar) Perez-Lopez

List of Evidence Received on April 14, 2015 for possible DNA analysis:

Bode Cellmark Sample Name Agency Description


CAFI503-0077-EO1 (2) Swabs water sample
-

CAFI503-0077-E02 (2) Swabs handle of knife


-

CAF 1503-0077-R03 Bloodspot [Perez-Lopez, Amilcar (Emilcar)]

STR PROCESSING AND RESULTS

The evidence was processed for DNA typing by analysis of the 13 CODIS Short Tandem Repeat loci, the
02S1338 locus, the D195433 locus, and the Amelogenin locus using the Applied Biosystems AmpFlSTR
Identifiler Plus® kit.

1. A DNA profile was obtained from sample CAFI503-0077-R03 [Amilcar (Emilcar) Perez-Lopez].

2. No DNA profiles were obtained from samples CAFI 503-0077-EOI and CAFI503-0077-E02.

See Table I for summary of alleles reported for each sample.

Notes:
1. Testing performed for this case is in compliance with accredited procedures under the
laboratory's ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation issued by ASCLDILAB and ANAB. Refer to certificates
and scopes of accreditation for certificate numbers ALI-231-T and AT-1672, respectively.
2. Any references to body fluids in evidence descriptions are based on the written descriptions of
the samples by the submitting agency.
3. The DNA extracts and submitted evidence will be retained temporarily at Bode Cellmark until
review of the data is completed by the San Francisco Police Department, at which time the
evidence and extracts will be returned to the San Francisco Police Department.

Report submitted by,

Catharine Roller, MSFS


DNA Analyst I

Page 1 of

SFPD 150178555 000253


Bode Celimark Case #:
SFPD Case # 150-178-555
SFPD Laboratory #:
. . Date: June 22, 2015

Table 1: Analysis of Short Tandem Repeat Loci

.Mfl.
Lopezj
D8S1179 No Results No Results 10,14
jIS11 No Results - No Results 30312
D7S820 No Results No Results 12,12
CS1PQ I No Results No Results 12 12
D3S1358 No Results No Results 16,15
oResults:_: - -NoResults 6,6
D13S317 No Results No Results {9, 12)
D16S539 - NoResults___ No Results 10 12
D251338 No Results No Results 18,23
19S433 No Results No Resu'ts 12 13
vWA No Results No Results 16,17
TP -
NoResuJts NoResulfs - 8 12 --

D18S51 No Results No Results 13,15


Amelognin 10 Rults No Results X Y -

D5S818 No Results No Results 11,11


NoRèults : :: 23 :::

{} = Imbalanced Alleles

Page 2 of 2

SFPD 150178555 000254


SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT
Multi-Media Evidence Unit

9 DIVISION OF CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATIONS


850 Bryant Street, #414
San Francisco, CA 94103
Tel. 415-553-1164

Case Report
Fax. 415-575-8850

Date : 2/27/15 Submitting Agency : SFPD


Case # : 150-178-555 Investigator : Sgt Canning/269

Intake Summary:

Sgt Canning is conducting an investigation; as a result of that investigation the below described evidence was
seized. Sgt Canning submitted a request to examine the seized cellular phones to extract possible evidence
contained within.

Scope of Examination:

To extract all electronic storage information stored on the phone.

Evidence Received:

Device# Description
0001: Samsung SGH-M919N Galaxy S4

Network Provider: Metro PCS

Analysis:

Device 0001:
HTC OPVC 100 was received on 2/27/15 and the phone was locked. I placed the phone in airplane mode to
prevent further incoming or outgoing transmissions. I used CelleBrite to perform a
physical extraction to retrieve the data from this phone. Next I used to parse
the extracted data. A report was generated by Cellebrite . I used CelleBrite
o perform a physical extraction to retrieve the data from the SD card in this phone. Next I used
o parse the extracted data. A report was generated by Cellebrite
. I transferred both of the reports to a CD.

Attachments:

(1) 2 CDs containing the above extracted information from Cellebrite.

Examiner : Officer Steven Wood #2031

Signature : / Date: 2/27/15

SFPD 150178555 000255


4~~
,SANRANCISO POLICE DEPARTMENT : FORENSIC SERVICEDIVISION

Lr
elJuIar Phone,
CASE NUMBER (DEPARTMENT)
Computer, Forensic Art & Forensic Video Examination
UNIT REQUESTING
Request
DATE OF REQUEST

150178555 Homicide 2/2712015


BORATORY NUMBER SUSPECT DATE OF OCCURRENCE
2/26/2015
CHARGE COMPLAINANT I VICTIM OTHERNUMBER

NEIRVIENNEIRIFAIM

REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION:
1, SUBMIT A SEPARATE LABORATORY EXAMINATION REQUEST FOR EACH INCIDENT NUMBER.
2, ATTACH A COPY OF THE INITIAL NARRATIVE POLICE REPORT, QPRL EVIDENCE SHEET.
3. FOR COMPUTER OR CELLULAR PHONE; ATTACH A COPY OF A SEARCH WARRANT (FACE & WISH LIST) OR SIGNED CONSENT TO
SEARCH FROM THE OWNER. ITEM WILL NOT BE PROCESSED WITHOUT A SEARCH WARRANT OR SIGNED CONSENT.
(CingularlMetroPCS/T-Mobile/Verizon etc:) Cell #, if known
CELLULAR PHONE:
1. Brand (Nokia, Motorola ate): Samsun g Model F Unk SER. PROVIDER: Unk

1. Brand (Nokia, Motorola ate): Model F SER. PROVIDER:


* List scope of analysis (phone list/hnages'etc) on the backpage of this request & additional phones.

COMPUTER FORENSICS:
El Desktop Computer (how many_) Laptop Computer(how many—) Li FDA n Digital Camera
'iII Hard Drive(s) (how many) CD or DVD rom( how many LI Floppy/Zip Disks (how inanyJ

[II Portable media i.e. Flash pard, smart media, secure digital, thumb drive, etc. Specify type:
* List scope of analysis (e-))iaillimoges/docwnents) on the bacicpage of this request.

FORENSIC ART:
o Composite Drawing (provide info below) S ill Adult Age Progression
Most Reliable Witness: [II Child Age Progression
Witness contact number: Cell: El Fugitive Update
How did the witness view the suspect? fl Front LI Profile LI % View El Post Mortem
El Skull Reconstruction

r
*List special notes or instructions on the back page of this request.

FORENSIC VIDEO:
1. Service Type:
ElI Audio [I] Develop Still Images LI Create Court Presentation
El
Duplicate CD/DVD/Tape D Other:
2. Evidence Submitted:

III Analog Tape Brand: Size: LI "Fareview" Chip


•o CD/DVD D Other:
o Mini DV Proprietary "Codec" on Disk: Yes El !'To LI
*List special notes or instructions on the back-page of this request.

REASON/DATE FOR REQUEST:


o Investigation LI Rebooking El Preliminary Hearing LII Superior Court Trial
o DA Request (ADA Name & Contact Number)
Other Reason: Date Results Needed:
REQUESTED BY! CONTACT NUMBER APPROVED BY! CONTACT NUMBER
Sgt, Canning 7343634
RANK / STAR F RANK / STAR F L t. A #ioc
Q52 269

DOUBLE — SIDED FORM SFPD 64 rev 07106


SFPD 150178555 000256
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT , FORENSIC SERVICES DIVISION
Cellular Phone, Computer, forensic Art & Forensic Video Examination Request

SPECIAL NOTES I REQUEST I INSTRUCTIONS


Phone from deceased person involved in an OIS. Please extract all available data from phone in
order to facilitate next of kin notification.

FORENSIC VIDEO USE ONLY


ondition of Evidence:
LI Real Time [1 # of Cameras LI Field Level [I] Multiplex LI Quad Screen
Time Lapse LI Color LI Single level LI Switcher LI Audio
LI B&W LI Collage Made
FORENSIC SERVICES DIVISION USE ONLY

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

DOUBLE - SIDED FORM SFPD 64 rev 07/06

SFPD 150178555 000257


DATE /TIME RECEIVED
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT 02126115
CRIME SCENE RESPONSE FORM UAII IRLRlUL5IW

to OFFENSE: OIS I REQ BY STAR [ UNIT D LEFT


DATE/TIME

J GALLIGAN 860 31392 1


LO S

COMPLAINANT I PHONE RUNDATE ARRIVAL TIME


SFPD I 02126115 T2235
L' LOAHONU-UN CSO/STAR

w 0 24'" I FOLSOM ST _______________________________________ RODELAS172/


(I) L$) KMAN/tNSIULtION
0 OFFICER SHAKURI2476, OFFICER NIBIJNGCO!2390 . INSPECTOR SHOULDICEI2054)

[PHOTOS: NO 0 BY G.S.I. 0 BY PHOTO LAB 0 BY RESPONDING OFFICER 0

LATENT FINGERPRINT PROCESSING RESULTS:

LATENT PRINTS DEVELOPED: YES 0 NO 0 NIA 0 # OF LIFT CARDS PROCESS USED: SEE 235E FORM

AFIS QUALITY? •YES 0 NO 0 TBD 0 AFIS ENTRY DATE: N/A 0 ID MADE: V 0 (SEE 235D) N 0
UNIDENTIFIED USEABLE LATENTS REMAINING IN FILE? Y 0 ND TBD 0 AS OF (date)

1COMMENTS/ NOTES/ P0E

CHECK ALL FORMS ATTACHED TO THIS REPORT:

El FIREARM INFORMATION REPORT (235A) 0 BIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE COLLECTION REPORT (235B)

El GUNSHOT RESIDUE REPORT (235C) 0 COMPARISON REQUEST & ID FORM (235D)

EVIDENCE INVENTORY (235E) 0 VEHICLE PROCESSING REPORT (235F)

CRIME SCENE REPORT / NOTES Igi CRIME SCENE DIAGRAM

X & Y COORDINATES 0 OTHER

(IF BOXES ARE NOT CHECKED, NO ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IN INITIAL C.S.L REPORT)

SFPD 235 (REVISED 08/08)


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SFPD 150178555 000258


INCIDENT NUMBER-
150-178-555 SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT
LOCATION: DATE:
02126115
CSI. EVIDENCE INVENTORY & PROCESSING
24ThIFOLSOM ST
STAR:
EVIDENCE PAGE 1 OF 2
RODEL9
STATUS CODES: B BOOKED I) DRYING P LATENT PROCESSING F FREEZER S SWAB R RELEASED (SEE BELOW)

PROCESS CODES: BP BLACK POWDER MP MAGNA POWDER N NINHYDRIN D DFO C CYANOACRYLATE R R6G SP STICKY PRINT OTHER:
COLL BY! INIT. PROC. LAT. DATE
ITEM # DESCRIPTION LOCATION FOUND REC FROM STATUS USED +1- BOOKED

1 (1) CASING: 'WIN 40 S&W" SIDEWALK IFO FOLSOM ST 729 B NA NA- 02127115

2 (1) CASING: "WIN 40-S&W' SIDEWALK IFO FOLSOM ST 729 B NA NA 02/27115

3 (1) CASING: 'WIN 40 S&W" SIDEWALK IFO FOLSOM ST 729 -


B NA NA 02/27/15

V4 (1) CASING: "WIN 40 S&W' SIDEWALK IFO FOLSOM ST 729 B NA NA .02/27/15

5 (1) CASING: "WIN 40 S&W' SIDEWALK IFO FOLSOM ST 729 B NA NA 02/27/15

6 1 (1) CASING: 'WI•N 40 S&W' SIDEWALK IFO FOLSOM ST 729 B NA NA 02/27/15

7 (1) SILVER MOUNTAIN BIKE "KENT' - SIDEWALK IFO FOLSOM ST 729 B P - 02/27/15

8 (1) SILVER KITCHEN KNIFE ROADWAY IF FOLSOM ST 729 B PIS - 02/27/15

- (2) SWABS: WATER SAMPLE LOT-51E3, EXP-0512015 729 B/F NA NA 02/27/15

- (2) SWABS HANDLE OF KNIFE 729 B/F NA -


NA 02/27/15

9 (1) BULLET ON GROUND IFO FOLSOM ST 729 B NA NA 02/27/15

CHAIN OF CUSTODY
ITEM # DESCRIPTION RELEASED BY RECEIVED BY DATE TIME

-
SFPD 235E (08/08)
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SFPD 150178555 000259


INCIDENT NUMBER;
150478-555 SAN FRANCISCO POUCE DPARTMENT
LOCATION: DATE:
24th iFOLSOM ST 02126115
C.S.I. EVIDENCE INVENTORY & PROCESSING
STAR:
EVIDENCE PAGE 2 OF 2
RODELAS4 729
STATUS CODES: B BOOKED D DRYING P LATENT PROCESSING F FREEZER S SWAB R RELEASED (SEE BELOW)

PROCESS CODES: BP BLACK POWDER MP MAGNA POWDER N NINHYDRIN D DFO C CYANOACRYLATE R R6G SP STICKY PRINT OTHER:
-
COLL. BY I INLT. PROC. LAT, DATE
ITEM # DESCRIPTION LOCATION FOUND REC FROM STATUS USED +1- BOOKED

THE FOLLOWING WERE NOT MARKED WITH #'S

- (1) PAIR HANDCUFFS W/BLOOD PEERLESS,STAR#1591' 729 B/F NA NA 02127115

- (1) BULLET ON ASPHALT IFO FOLSOM ST 729 B NA NA 02/27/15

CHAIN OF CUSTODY
ITEM # DESCRIPTION - RELEASED BY RECEIVED BY DATE TIME

SFPD 235E (08/08)


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SFPD 150178555 000260
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT
Crime Scene Investigations Unit
Crime Scene Report

CASE: 150-178-555 LOCATION: 241h / Folsom St


DATE: 02/26115 PREPARED BY: Rodelas #7294
I',"
TIME: 2235 hrs

Purpose;

Inspector Shouldice #2054, Officer Nibungco #2390, Officer Shakur #2476


and I responded to 24th and Folsom Street to process the scene of an
Officer Involved Shooting. Upon arrival, Sergeant Montoya #1522 provided
us with a walkthrough of the scene. Sergeant Dedet #101 of the Homicide
Detail arrived at the scene as well.

Scene Description:
24th and
The scene was located on the 2800 block Folsom Street between
25th Streets. Folsom Street was a two way roadway which extended in the
north and south directions. 24th and 25th Streets were two way roadways
which extended in the east and west directions. The odd numbered
addresses of Folsom Street were on the east side of the roadway and the
even numbered addresses were on the west side.
Numerous Officers from Mission and Bayview Stations were present and
secured the scene at the 2800 block of Folsom Street with yellow tape
which prevented all vehicle and pedestrian traffic from entering. The area
was comprised primarily of multi story residential dwellings. The weather
conditions were cold and windy with clear skies.

Observation:
Folsom Street was located on the east side of the street. There were
two vehicles parked in the northbound parking lanes facing north on the
street. One vehicle was a silver Toyota( ). The other vehicle
parked directly behind it was a blue Nissan( ). On the
street between both vehicles, there was a deceased subject who appeared
to be in the supine position covered with a, yellow blanket. There was
blood pooling by the deceased subject. There was a large kitchen knife on
the street a few feet away from the deceased. There was a cartridge casing
on the street under the parked silver Toyota.
On the sidewalk adjacent the parked vehicles, there were cartridge casings.
One was located on the first step of the front gate of Folsom Street.

Pag-( of

SFPD 150178555 000261


The other two cartridge casings were located on the sidewalk and tree
planter area of the sidewalk.

In front of Folsom Street, there were two other cartridge casings on


the sidewalk. In front of Folsom Street, there was a silver mountain
bike on the sidewalk. The mountain bike was on its side.

Directly across from Folsom Street was a three story multi unit
residential house( Folsom Street). On the front side of this property,
there were two defects on the tiled wall that appeared to be possible bullet
strikes(see attached diagrams photos). One strike was located just above
the garage door and the other was by the second story window. Directly
below this particular strike, there was a small concrete area in front of the
property. in this area, there was a fired bullet on the ground.

In front Folsom Street, Inspector Shouldice later located a fired bullet


on the asphalt in the southbound parking lane of the street. On the
sidewalk in front of this address, there was a street lamp post. It should be
noted that this lamp post was functioning on and off intermittently.

Evidence:

I marked all six cartridge casings, silver mountain bike, fired bullet and
kitchen knife with numbered cones as evidence. The additional fired bullet
on the street in front of Folsom Street was not marked with a
numbered cone, but considered evidence. Officer Nibungco took
photographs of the scene and evidence. Officer Shakur videotaped the
scene and evidence.

Dr Investigator and Investigator of the


SFN1E's Office arrived at the scene. Dr requested the handcuffs
removed from the deceased. Inspector Shouldice unlocked and removed
the handcuffs from the deceased. I placed these handcuffs in an envelope
and secured them in my vehicle. investigator Heilman removed a cell
phone from the front right pants pocket of the deceased. I took possession
of the cell phone from Investigator and delivered it directly to
Sergeant Dedet at the scene.

Officer Nibungco and Officer Shakur responded to Mission Police Station


for photographs of the Officers involved and collection of their duty
weapons(see attached reports)

I collected all marked evidence at the scene. I also collected the fired bullet
on the asphalt and the handcuffs from the deceased as evidence. All
evidence was transported to CSI for processing and booked into evidence
accordingly.

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SFPD 150178555 000262


Sai' Francisco Police Depai Lment

Building line

Wall TP #

Gar Streellight (internileeni)


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LEGEND
40 Caliber Cartridge Case
Folsom Street 40 Caliber Cartridge Case
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SFPD Case Number: Incident Type: Drawn By:


150 178 555 1 OIS I Gomes1911 (measurements by
F"
ShouIdice/b54) 1
Incident Date:
02/26/15
25th Street

Tech. Review: Page:

SFPD 150178555 000263


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Garage Door Streetlight (intermittent)

SFPD Case Number:

Sidewalk u-
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521 3,

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Case Number: 150 178 555 Date: 02.26.15


Building Line Location: 2800 Block Fots reet
lnsp: R. 8hou1d1ce#2054r
SFPD 150178555 000264
Building Line
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Case Number: 150 178 555 Date: 02.26.15
Curb Location: 2800 Block Folsoj Street
t' L lnsp: R. Shouldice #2054 LIJ

SFPD 150178555 000265


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Streetlight (intermittent)

SFPD Case Number:


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Case Number: 150 178 555 Date: 02.26.15


Location: 2800 Block Fotso Street
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SFPD 150178555 000266


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Streetlight (intermitte

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Case Number: 150 178 555 Date: 02.26.15


Location: 2800 Block Folsoo Street
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SFPD 150178555 000267


San Francisco Police Department
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Incident Type: Drawn By: Incident Date: Tech. Review: Page:


SFPD Case Number.
SFPD 150178555 (Measurements by Shouldlcal2054) 02(28115 000268
150 179 555 OIS (m&11
Case # 150 178 555 Date: 02.2615 AA

Location: 2800 Block Folsom Street CSI: Shouldice #205 ____

"XIT
Item fly"

I Casing 268-2" 7-2'

2 Casing 263'-9" 5-2"

3 Casing 260'-7" 3-2"

4 Casing (under vehicle) 257'-8" 2'-4"

5 Casing 250-0" 71-8"

6 Casing (on step) 244'-5" 151-3"

7 Bicycle (measured to center) 224'-0" 111 6"

8 Knife 240-6" 11'-O"

9 Buflet 249-4" 781-6"


.

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PAF M OF

SFPD 150178555 000269


Case # 150 178 555 Date: 0226.15
Location: 2800 Block Folsom Street CSI: Shouldice #2054 _____

# Item INXII fly',

I Casing 268-2" 7-2"


2 Casing 263'-9" 5'2"
3 Casing 260'-7' 3-2"
4 Casing (under vehicle) 257-8" 21-4"
5 Casing 250'-0" 7-8"
6 Casing (on step) 244'-5" 15-3"
7 Bicycle (measured to center) 224'-0" 11-6"
8 Knife 240'-6' 11'-O"
9 Bullet 249-4" 781-6"

SFPD 150178555 000270


DATE [TIME RECEIVED

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT


02/26/15 2205
CRIME SCENE RESPONSE FORM UAII I Wit KLUUIU
02126115 ASAP
/ OFFENSE: O.I.S.
j REQ BY STAR UNIT N
RD LEFT
DATE/TIME
El I INSP.DEDET 101 5H I
in COMPLAINANT I PHONE RUNDATE I ARRIVAL TIME
'.0 SFPD 553-9130 02/26/15 2355
Co I
I'-. LUUAIIUNOf- UN _____________

cSo/sTAR
w 0
CO. D SHAKURI24
__ _________________________________________________
(I) 1$) MASJINKUUIIONb
O.I.S. SCENE 24TH STIFOLSOM ST NIBUNGCO/2390

PHOTOS: NO 0 BY C.S.I. ED BY PHOTO LAB 0 BY RESPONDING OFFICER 0

LATENT FINGERPRINT PROCESSING RESULTS:

LATENT PRINTS DEVELOPED: YES 0 NO 0 N/A Z # OF LIFT CARDS PROCESS USED: SEE 235E FORM

AFIS QUALITY? YES 0 NO 0 TBD 0 AFIS ENTRY DATE: NIA 0 ID MADE: Y 0 (SEE 235D) N 0
UNIDENTIFIED USEABLE LATENTS REMAINING IN FILE? Y 0 ND TBD 0 AS OF (date)

COMMENTS! NOTES! P.O.E.


WE RESPONDED TO CO. D TO TAKE PHOTOS OF OFFICERS REBOLI #1651 AND TIFFE #1312,

AND CONDUCT FIREARMS EXCHANGE WITH THE SFPD RANG EMASTER. WE ARRIVED AT

CO. D STATION AT 2355 HOURS. TOOK PHOTOGRAPHS OF OFFICERS INVOLVED IN O.I.S..

ON 02/27/15 AT 0040 HRS, SGT TING #1269, RANGEMASTER, ARRIVED AND CONDUCTED FIREARM

EXCHANGE WITH OFC REBOLI #1651 AND OFC TIFFE #1312 (SEE ATTACHED FIREARM REPORTS).

SEIZED OFC REBOLI'S BLOOD STAINED FIREARM HOLSTER, YAWARA STICK, BELT AND CLOTHING.

(SEE ATTACHED EVIDENCE INVENTORY SHEET)

CHECK ALL FORMS ATTACHED TO THIS REPORT:

FIREARM INFORMATION REPORT (235A) O BIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE COLLECTION REPORT (2358)

O GUNSHOT RESIDUE REPORT (235C) O COMPARISON REQUEST & ID FORM (2350)

EVIDENCE INVENTORY (235E) o VEHICLE PROCESSING REPORT (235F)

o CRIME SCENE REPORT! NOTES El CRIME SCENE DIAGRAM

El x & Y COORDINATES El OTHER

(IF BOXES ARE NOT CHECKED, NO ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IN INITIAL C.S.I. REPORT)

SFPD 235 (REVISED 08/08)


Page 1 of 4

SFPD 150178555 000271


INCIDENT NUMBER:
150178555
LOCATION:
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT
CO. D 02126/15 C.S.I. EVIDENCE INVENTORY & PROCESSING
STAR:
SHAKUR)I 2476 EVIDENCE PAGE 1 OF I

STATUS CODES: B BOOKED D DRYING P LATENT PROCESSING F FREEZER S SWAB R RELEASED (SEE BELOW)

PROCESS CODES: BP BLACK POWDER MP MAGNA POWDER N NINHYDRIN D DFO C CYANOACRYLATE R R6G SP STICKY PRINT OTHER:
COLL. BY/ INIT. PROC. LAT. DATE
ITEM # DESCRIPTION LOCATION FOUND REC FROM STATUS USED +1- BOOKED

1 (1) BLOOD STAINED HOLSTER OFC REBOLI #1651 2476 BE NA NA 02/27/15


2 (1) BLOOD STAINED YAWARA STICK OFC REBOLI #1651 2476 BF NA NA 02/27/15
3 (1) BLOOD STAINED BEIGE PANTS OFC REBOLI #1651 2476 BF NA NA 02/27/15
4 (1) BLOOD STAINED BLK "GIANTS T-SHIRT OFC REBOLI #1651 2476 BF NA NA 02/27/15

5 (1) BLOOD STAINED BLK HOODY "HURLEY" OFC REBOLI #1651 2476 BF NA NA 02/27/15
6 (1) BLOOD STAINED BLK BELT OFC REBOLI #1651 2476 BF NA NA 02/27/15
-

CHAIN OF ClISTOflY
ITEM # DESCRIPTION RELEASED BY RECj).DB- TIME

SFPD 235E (08/08)


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SFPD 150178555 000272


DATE /TIME RECEIVED
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT 02/26115 2205
FIREARM INFORMATION REPORT VA I E I I JIVIL -(bUUi I IL)
02/26/15 ASAP
OFFENSE AKI-(IzSI I
REQ BY STAR I UNIT DATE/TIME
MADE I D LEFT

V LO
LO
LO
O.I.S.
COMPLAINANT
SFPD
p I
INSPDEDET
PHONE
553-9130
101 5H I
RUNDATE
02/26/15
I

I
ARRIVAL TIME
2355
00 I
LUUAON
H UNUN
I- CSO/STAR
- CO. D SHAKUR/2476
REMARKS / INSTRUCTIONS U60/STAR
- FIREARM EXCHANGE P/U NIBUNGCO/2390

REVOLVER [] PISTOL 0 SHOTGUN 0 RIFLE 0 OTHERD

MAKE: SIG SAUER MODEL: P226 SERIAL #:

CALIBER: 40 BARREL LENGTH: 4 1/2 IN FINISH: BLACK


U-
NOTES: FROM OFC REBOLI #1651 @0040 HOURS ON 02/27/15

HEADSTAMPS: ALL IDENTICAL : 8 VARIED 0


NOTES: "WIN 40 S&W"

GRIPS PRESERVED: YES


j DBY# NO EswABs7 T
WATER LOT (SWABS BOOKED IN FREEZER: DATE:

CHECK APPLICABLE BOXES:

MAGAZINE IN WEAPON? Y 0 N 0 N/A 0 WEAPON COCKED? Y 0 N 0 SAFETY ON? Y 0 N0 N/A

UNLOADED PRIOR TO CSI? Y 0 N 0 N/A 0 PROCESSED? Y 0 N0 N/A 0 LATENTS? Y 0 N0

PROCESS METHOD: POWDER 0 CYANOACRYLATE 0 R6G 0 OTHER:

NOTES/ADDITIONAL ITEMS BOOKED WITH FIREARM:


(1) MAGAZINE FROM FIREARM; (8) UNFIRED "WIN 40 S&W" CARTRIDGES; (1) ADDITIONAL MAGAZINE;

12) "WIN 40 S&W" UNFIRED CARTRIDGES FROM ADDITIONAL MAGAZINE


ADDITIONAL FORMS ATTACHED:

CSI RESPONSE 235 0 FIREARM REPORT 235A N EVIDENCE INVENTORY 235E 0 OTHER:

REVOLVERS: ROTATION - CW 0 C MAGAZINE-FED WEAPONS:

re'WaLfl(
2:

(Th-i7Th)
CHAMBER: LOADED Z EMPTY

MAGAZINE: # OF CARTRIDGES: 7

TOTAL CARTRIDGES: 8

FIREARM & CONTENTS BOOKED ON: 02127/15 BY# 2476


0

SFPD 235A (Rev 04/09)


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SFPD 150178555 000273


DATE /TIME RECEIVED
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT 02/26/15 2205
FIREARM INFORMATION REPORT IMbbJW
02/26/15 ASAP
OFFENSE A1 REQ BY STAR UNIT DATE/TIME
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COMPLAINANT PHONE RUNDATE ARRIVAL TIME
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MAKE: SIG SAUER MODEL: P226 SERIAL #:

CALIBER: 40 BARREL LENGTH: 4 1/2 IN FINISH: BLACK

-
NOTES: FROM OFC TIFFE #1312 © 0055 HRS ON 02/27/15

HEADSTAMPS: ALL IDENTICAL : 12 VARIED 0


NOTES: "WIN 40 S&W"

< GRIPS PRESERVED: YES 0 BY # Q—NO 0 LINK

WATER LOT#: SWABS BOOKED IN FREEZER: DATE: BY#

CHECK APPLICABLE BOXES:

MAGAZINE IN WEAPON? Y 0 N 0 N/A 0 WEAPON COCKED? Y 0 N 0 SAFETY ON? Y 0 N0 N/A

UNLOADED PRIOR TO CSI? Y 0 N Z N/A 0 PROCESSED? Y 0 N0 N/A 0 LATENTS? Y 0 N0

PROCESS METHOD: POWDER 0 CYANOACRYLATE 0 R6G 0 OTHER:

NOTES /ADDITIONAL ITEMS BOOKED WITH FIREARM:


(1) MAGAZINE FROM FIREARM; (12) "WIN 40 S&W" UNFIRED CARTRIDGES

ADDITIONAL FORMS ATTACHED:

CSI RESPONSE 235 FIREARM REPORT 235A EVIDENCE INVENTORY 235E 0 OTHER:

REVOLVERS: ROTATION - CW 0 CC MAGAZINE-FED WEAPONS:

CHAMBER: LOADED EMPTY 0

(D 2:
MAGAZINE: # OF CARTRIDGES: 11

TOTAL CARTRIDGES: 12

K04 0) FIREARM& CONTENTS BOOKED ON: 02/27/15 BY # 2476

SFPD 235A (Rev 04/09)


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SFPD 150178555 000274


DATE /TIME RECEIVED
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT
02126/15 2205
CRIME SCENE RESPONSE FORM L)AIIz/ I!MlUUIzStU
02/26/15 ASAP
I AKI<tSI I REQ BY STAR
MADE I UNIT DATEITIME
OFFENSE: O.I.S. RD LEFT
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Lo COMPLAINANT I PHONE RUNDATE ARRIVAL TIME
Lo SFPD 553-9130 02/26/15
J 2355
Co __ ______________________________
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C') LI) RbiVl/AI<tS/INU<UUIIONS UO/I/R
O.I.S. SCENE 24TH ST/FOLSOM ST NIBUNGCOI2390

PHOTOS: NO 0 BY C.S.I. N BY PHOTO LAB 0 BY RESPONDING OFFICER 0

LATENT FINGERPRINT PROCESSING RESULTS:

LATENT PRINTS DEVELOPED: YES 0 NO 0 N/A N # OF LIFT CARDS PROCESS USED: SEE 235E FORM

AFIS QUALITY? YES 0 NO E] TBD 0 AFIS ENTRY DATE: N/A 0 ID MADE: Y 0 (SEE 235D) N 0
UNIDENTIFIED USEABLE LATENTS REMAINING IN FILE? Y 0 NO TBD 0 AS OF (date)

COMMENTS! NOTES! P.O.E.


WE RESPONDED TO CO. D TO TAKE PHOTOS OF OFFICERS REBOLI #1651 AND TIFFE #1312,

AND CONDUCT FIREARMS EXCHANGE WITH THE SFPD RANGEMASTER. WE ARRIVED AT

CO. D STATION AT 2355 HOURS. TOOK PHOTOGRAPHS OF OFFICERS INVOLVED IN O.I.S..

ON 02/27/15 AT 0040 HRS, SGT TING #1269, RANGEMASTER, ARRIVED AND CONDUCTED FIREARM

EXCHANGE WITH OFC REBOLI #1651 AND OFC TIFFE #1312 (SEE ATTACHED FIREARM REPORTS).

SEIZED OFC REBOLI'S BLOODSTAINED FIREARM HOLSTER, YAWARA STICK, BELT AND CLOTHING.

(SEE ATTACHED EVIDENCE INVENTORY SHEET)

CHECK ALL FORMS ATTACHED TO THIS REPORT:

N FIREARM INFORMATION REPORT (235A) El BIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE COLLECTION REPORT (235B)

El GUNSHOT RESIDUE REPORT (235C) El COMPARISON REQUEST & ID FORM (235D)

N EVIDENCE INVENTORY (235E) Fl VEHICLE PROCESSING REPORT (235F)

El CRIME SCENE REPORT! NOTES Fl CRIME SCENE DIAGRAM

El El OTHER

(IF BOXES ARE NOT CHECKED, NO ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IN INITIAL C.S.I. REPORT)

SFPD 235 (REVISED 08/08)


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INCIDENT NUMBER:
150178555 SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT
LOCATION:
CO. D 02/26/15
C.S.I. EVIDENCE INVENTORY & PROCESSING
CS1. STAR:
EVIDENCE PAGE 1 OF I
SHAKURC)c
STATUS CODES: B BOOKED D DRYING P LATENT PROCESSING F FREEZER S SWAB R RELEASED (SEE BELOW)

PROCESS CODES: BP BLACK POWDER MP MAGNA POWDER N NINHYDRIN D DFO C CYANOACRYLATE R R6G SP STICKY PRINT OTHER:
COLL. BY! INIT. PROC. LAT. DATE
ITEM # DESCRIPTION LOCATION FOUND REC FROM STATUS USED +!- BOOKED

1 (1) BLOOD STAINED HOLSTER OFC REBOLI #1651 2476 BF NA NA 02/27/15

2 (1) BLOOD STAINED YAWARA STICK OFC REBOLI #1651 2476 BF NA NA 02/27/15

3 (1) BLOOD STAINED BEIGE PANTS OFC REBOLI #1651 2476 BF NA NA 02/27/15

4 (1) BLOOD STAINED BLK "GIANTS" T-SHIRT OFC REBOLI #1651 2476 BF NA NA 02/27/15

5 (1) BLOOD STAINED BLK HOODY "HURLEY" OFC REBOLI #1651 2476 BF NA NA 02/27/15

6 (1) BLOOD STAINED BLK BELT OFC REBOLI #1651 2476 BF NA NA 02/27/15

IIITT
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CHAIN OF CUSTODY
ITEM # DESCRIPTION RELEASED BY `
RECEIDB- DATE TIME

SFPD 235E (08/08)


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SFPD 150178555 000276


DATE /TIME RECEIVED
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT 02126/15 2205
FIREARM INFORMATION REPORT umi liMb ithUUblbLJ
02/26/15 ASAP
OFFENSE I REQ BY I STAR I UNIT NI
D LEFT
DATE/TIME
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14') COMPLAINANT PHONE RUNDATE ARRIVAL TIME
in SFPD 553-9130 02/26/15 2355
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FIREARM EXCHANGE P/U NIBUNGCO/2390

[REVOLVER 0 PISTOL 0 SHOTGUN 0 RIFLE 0 OTHERD

MAKE: SIG SAUER. MODEL: P226 SERIAL #:_

CALIBER: 40 BARREL LENGTH: 4 112 IN FINISH: BLACK


U-
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NOTES: FROM OFC REBOLI #1651 @0040 HOURS ON 02127/15

HEADSTAMPS: ALL IDENTICAL : 8 VARIED 0


NOTES: "WIN 40 S&W"

PRESERVED: NIA
± RIPS YES0B NODUNK.DG .SNO0 D
WATER LOT' 1SWABS BOOKED IN FREEZER: DATE:

CHECK APPLICABLE BOXES:

MAGAZINE IN WEAPON? Y Z N 0 N/A 0 WEAPON COCKED? Y 0 N 0 SAFETY ON? Y 0 N0 N/A

UNLOADED PRIOR TO CSI? Y E] NO N/A E1 PROCESSED? Y 0 NO N/A9 LATENTS? Y O N0

PROCESS METHOD: POWDER E] CYANOACRYLATE 0 R6G 0 OTHER:

NOTES IADDITIONAL ITEMS BOOKED WITH FIREARM:


(1) MAGAZINE FROM FIREARM; (8) UNFIRED "WIN 40 S&W" CARTRIDGES; (1) ADDITIONAL MAGAZINE;

12) "WIN 40 S&W" UNFIRED CARTRIDGES FROM ADDITIONAL MAGAZINE


ADDITIONAL FORMS ATTACHED:

CSI RESPONSE 235 0 FIREARM REPORT 235A 0 EVIDENCE INVENTORY 235E El OTHER:

REVOLVERS: ROTATION - CW P MAGAZINE-FED WEAPONS:

CHAMBER: LOADED Z EMPTY 0


MAGAZINE: #OF CARTRIDGES: 7

TOTAL CARTRIDGES: 8 -

5
FIREARM & CONTENTS BOOKED ON: 02/27/15 BY #2476

SFPD 235A (Rev 04/09)


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SFPD 150178555 000277


DATE /TIME RECEIVED
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT 02/26/15 2205
FIREARM INFORMATION REPORT u,i IIMUUIL
02/26115 ASAP
OFFENSE I I REQ BY STAR I UNIT NDATE/TIME
O.I.S. ERD LEFT
U) I p INSPDEDET 1 101 OH /

V LO
LO
00
COMPLAINANT
SFPD
LU(/AII(JNOl-KUN
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553-9130
RUNDATE
02/26/15
CSO/STAR
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2355

CO. D SI-IAKUR/2476
REMARKS / INSTRUCTIONS OTSTAR
- FIREARM EXCHANGE P/U NIBUNGCO/2390

REVOLVER 0 PISTOL N SHOTGUN 0 RIFLED OTHERD

MAKE: SIG SAUER MODEL: P226 SERIAL #:

CALIBER: 40 BARREL LENGTH: 4 112 IN FINISH: BLACK


IL.
NOTES: FROM OFC TIFFE #1312 © 0055 HRS ON 02/27/15
- -

HEADSTAMPS: ALL IDENTICAL N: 12 VARIED 0


NOTES: 'WIN 40 S&W"

< GRIPS PRESERVED: YES 1-1 BY#


Q-I'400
BOOKED IN FREEZER: DATE: BY#

CHECK APPLICABLE BOXES:

MAGAZINE IN WEAPON? Y N N0 N NE-1 SAFETY ON? '{D N 0


N/AD WEAPON COCKED? Y N/A N

UNLOADED PRIOR TO CSI? Y 0 N N N/A E3 PROCESSED? Y E] N O N/A N LATENTS? Y 0 N0

PROCESS METHOD: POWDER E] CYANOACRYLATE 0 RGG 0 OTHER:

NOTES IADDITIONAL. ITEMS BOOKED WITH FIREARM:


(1) MAGAZINE FROM FIREARM; (12) "WIN 40 S&W UNFIRED CARTRIDGES

ADDITIONAL FORMS ATTACHED:

N CSI RESPONSE 235 N FIREARM REPORT 235A N EVIDENCE INVENTORY 235E 0 OTHER:

REVOLVERS: ROTATION - CW 0 C MAGAZINE-FED WEAPONS:

CHAMBER: LOADED N EMPTY 0


((6 2 MAGAZINE: 1/ OF CARTRIDGES: 11

TOTAL CARTRIDGES: 12

FIREARM & CONTENTS BOOKED ON: 02/27/15 BY # 247

SFPD 235A (Rev 04/09)


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SFPD 150178555 000278


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• MEDICAL EXAMINER'S REGISTER
CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO RECORD OF DEATH
-

Name: PEREZ LOPEZ, AMILCAR


Alias. DOE #27,JOHN
ADDRESS: FOLSOM STREET SAN FRANCISCO CA 94110
DATE OF DEATH: 02/26/2015 TIME: 9:54 PM REPORTED BY: SFFD-MEDIC TREFF #7
DATE OF REPORT 02126/2015 TIME: 10:03 PM REPORTED PHONE:
PLACE OF DEATH: IFO FOLSOM STREET ZIP: 94110
TYPE OF CASE: GSW POLICE (NV DATE AND TIME OF INCIDENT: 02/26/2015 9:45 PM
PLACE OF INCIDENT: IFO FOLSOM STREET ZIP: 94110
NEXT OF KIN: DATE NOTIFIED 03/2712015
BIRTHDATE 94 AG 0 SS# SEX: MALE RACE WHITE HISPA
RECEIVED AT MEDICAL EXAMINER: 0212712015 TIME: 12:01 AM

RELEASED TO . FUNERAL DIRECTOR


RELEASED DATE: 03130/2015 TIME: 14:35

RECEIVED BY: CLOTHING RECEIVED: No

RELEASE SIGNED BY REt ATIONSHIP:


POUCH: YES RESIDENCE SEALED: qO

PROPERTY LISTING, INITIALS EVIDENCE LISTING INITIALS


I POUCH SEAL #21883
I GSR KIT
I BROWN HAND BAG KIT

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VERIFIED BY: CIW DATE: 2/27/2015


PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR: DATE NOTIFIED:
PLACED IN BOX #: 548 RECEIVED AMOUNT CHECK#:
RECEIVED BY: RELATIONSHIP: DATE/TIME:
RECEIVED BY: RELATIONSHIP: DATEITIME:

BODY SEARCHED B #109 AT: SCENE


PREMISES SEARCHED B #1 AT: SCENE
PREMISES SEALED B #109 DATE:
EXAMINATION: PERFORMED BY • M.D.
EVIDENCE DISPOSITION:

INVESTIGATORS:

1 HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE FOREGOING


ISA FULL, TRUE AND CORRECT COPY OF
ii-iE OR1G(NAL.
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SFPD 150178555 000279


Case#: 2015-0223 Status: LOSED
Name: PEREZ LOPEZ jCAR j alias: rDOE #27 1151N

Police Notified ['ES


Police—Office: MISSION Police—At—Scene: YES I
Police—Officer: JCOTA#357 Officer: COTA #357
Station: MISSION
Homicide—Office: SFPD SFPD_Case#: 150-178-555
Homicide Officer: DEDET#101
AIB_or_HR_Notified:
Notification Date: 02/26/2015
Date:
Notification Time: 21:54
AIB_Officer:

Nature: GSW POLICE INV

Fingerprints_Ta__YES I Palmprints_Taken:
Taken_By:

Photos Date: Taken By: JNOTGSW

SFPD 150178555 000280


MEDICAL EXAMINER! INVESTIGATOR'S REPORT
CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO - RECORD OF DEATH

NAME: PEREZ LOPEZ AMILCAR Date/Time of Death: 02/26/20:15 9:54 PM

PLACE OF DEATH IFO2 OLSOM STREET Age: 0 Sex: MALE Ht: 53" Wt: 131
Race: WHITE HISPANIC
POLICE NOTIFIED POLICE STATION NOTIFIED POLICE OFFICER
YES MISSION COTA#357

HOMICIDE NOTIFIED DATE TIME HOMICIDE OFFICER


SFPD 02/26/2015 9:54:00 PM DEDET#101

MARITAL STATUS:

IDENTIFIED BY: 20V AT: SFPD ID BUREAU DATE: 02/27/2014

FINGERPRINTS TAKEN PALMPRINTS PRINTS TAKEN BY DATE


YES 02/27/2015

PHOTOS DATE:

TAKEN BY: NOT GSW

POLICE AT SCENE AT SCENE OFFICER POLICE STATION


•YES COTA#357 MISSION

SFPD CASE#: 150-176-555

AIB or HR NOTIFIED: AIB DATE:

AIB OFFICER: NATURE: GSW POLICE INVOLVED

CASE HISTORY
The subject, a + ear old male has no known place of residence or identity at the time of this
investigation. In some manner the subject received a gunshot wound to the head after engaging
police officers with a knife.
According to information from San Francisco Police Officer Cota #357, filing Incident Report
#150-178-555, on 2/25/2015 at approximately 2149 hours, San Francisco Police Officers were
dispatched upon receiving report of a man chasing with a knife. Once officers arrived
on scene, the subject was noted with a knife in his hand. The subject then in some manner
approached the officers wielding the knife. The subject was then in some manner shot by police
officers. For officer's safety, the subject was then handcuffed on scene consistent with following
standard procedures. Emergency services were then summoned with San Francisco Fire
Department paramedics responding. Once on scene, the subject was determined by paramedics
to be beyond resuscitative efforts at that time. Death was confirmed at 2154 hours, on 2/26/2015.
This office was notified of this death at 2203 hours, same date. Chief Medical Examiner Dr,
was contacted and notified of this death. In addition, Assistant Medical Examiner Dr.
was contacted and responded to the scene.
Investigation at the scene revealed the subject lying supine on the ground located in front of
Folsom Street The remains were clad in street attire and covered with a yellow emergency
paramedic blanket The subject's hands were noted to be handcuffed at this time. Noted next to

SFPD 150178555 000281


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I'AI'I(s1U *I IkI UI kA*11 tI]IiIS] 11


CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO - RECORD OF DEATH

the subject was a knife on the ground.


External examination revealed the subject to be warm and flaccid. The subject was noted to
have a circular defect about his head. A gunshot residue kit was taken on scene and the hands
were then secured in brown paper bags. The remains were then placed in a pouch which was
sealed with pouch seal #21883. The remains were then transported to this office for further
investigation.
INVESTIGATOR:

SFPD 150178555 000282


SFPD 150178555 000283
CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO
Office of the Chief Medical Examiner
Medical Division
Case No. 2015-0223

Name: PEREZ LOPEZ, AM[LCAR


AKA JOHN DOE 427 Date & Time of Necropsy: February 27- March 3, 2015 0010 Hours

Age: Height: I Weight:

PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION: The body is received in a plastic pouôh sealed with


bag seal number 21833 and is identified by an appropriately labeled Medical Examiner's tag
affixed to the pouch which is moved to the right great toe and identifies the decedent as
"John Doe 427" The d . When first viewed,
the decedent is clad in a green shirt, gray shirt, black fabric belt, denim blue jeans, a pair of
black/white shoes, a pair of ankle socks and a blue hooded pullover. A gray cap is in the
pouch. The clothing is retained as evidence.

EXTERNAL EXAMINATION: The body is of a well-developed, well-nourished, adult


man whose appearance is consistent with the reported age of years;

The face is symmetric. The head is symmetric. The scalp hair is black, straight and measures
approximately 10-1/2 inches in length over the crown. The mustache and beard areas are
covered by a small amount of hair below the lower lip. The eyelids are intact, and
unremarkable. The conjunctivae are clear without petechial hemorrhages, pallor, or icterus.
The sclerae are white without petechial hemorrhage or icterus. The irides are brown and the
pupils are equally dilated at 5 millimeters. The nose is symmetric, and unremarkable. The
nasal septum is intact The mouth has native dentition in fair repair. The oral mucosa is tan,
moist, and unremarkable., The frenula are intact. The external ears are normally formed,
symmetric, intact, and unremarkable.

The neck is normally formed, intact, and symmetric. The trachea is palpable in the midline.
The chest is symmetric. The abdomen is symmetric, soft, flat, and tympanic to percussion.
The external genitalia are those of a normally developed, adult male. The scrotum is intact,
and unremarkable. The anus is patent.

The forearms and upper arms are normally formed, symmetric, and intact. The ventral wrists
have no scars. The bands, fingers, fingernails, feet, toes, and toenails are normally formed,
intact, and unremarkable. The lower extremities are free of edema. The lower extremities
arenormally formed, symmetric, intact, and unremarkable.

The posterior body surfaces have fixed dependent lividity.

EVIDENCE OF MEDICAL TJIERM?Y: Evidence of medical therapy includes three


electrocardiogram pads (one on the left upper chest and the other two on the lower abdomen).

IT)ENTWYING MARKS AND SCARS On the left lateral shoulder are irregular shaped
slightly hyperpigmented scars ranging in size from 1/8 inch to 1-1/4 inch. A 5/8 inch linear
well-healed scar is on the left elbow. Small well-healed scar are around the left elbow. On

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SFPD 150178555 000284


CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO
Office of the Chief Medical Examiner
Medical Division
Case No. 2015-0223

Name: PEREZ LOPEZ, AMTLCAR


AKA JOHN DOE 427 Date & Time of Necropsy: February 27- March 3, 2015 0010 Hours

the left medial dorsal forearm near the elbow is a '/2 inch well-healed linear scar. On the left
dorsal hand are three linear well-healed scars ranging in size from 3/16 inch to 9/16 inch. A
faint well-healed scar is on the right lateral shoulder measuring 4 inches by 2 inches. An
irregular shaped 6-1/2 inch well-healed scar is on the right volar forearm. On the right
posterior shoulder is a V2 inch by '/4 inch well-healed scar. A 3/4 inch linear well-healed scar is
on the right lateral elbow with a 1/4 inch well-healed scar on the right dorsal forearm. A' 1/2
inch horizontal well-healed scar is on the right knee.

EVIDENCE OF INJURY:' On the body are 3 penetrating and 3 perforating trajectories.


These wounds are labeled "A-I" for correlation with diagrams and photographs without
inference as to order of occurrence. All measurements are with the body horizontal on the
autopsy table and all directions are with the body in anatomic position.

GUNSHOT WOUNDS, READ AND NECK:


GUNSHOT WOUND TRAJECTORY #1 (WOUNDS A AND H):
ENTRANCE: On the left posterior scalp 1-1/4 inches inferior and neither anterior nor posterior
to the vertex of the head and 2-1/2 inches leftward of the posterior midline is an entrance
gunshot wound (wound A), consisting of a 3/8 inch by ¼ inch defect with a circumferential
marginal abrasion ring measuring 1/16 inch. No soot, stippling or unburned gunpowder
particles are on the skin surrounding the defect.

PATH: The wound path sequentially perforates the scalp, left parietal/occipital-skull leaving a
3/4inch by '/2 inch defect with internal beveling, left parietal brain, bilateral basal ganglia,
right frontal/parietal brain, right frontal/parietal skull leaving a ½ inch by '/2 inch defect with
external beveling and exits.

The skull has multiple fractures and the brain is disrupted.

EXIT: On the right lateral forehead, 3-1/2 inches inferior and 2-1/8 inch anterior to the vertex
of the head and 2 inches rightward of the anterior midline is an exit wound (wound H)
consisting of a 15/16 inch by /2 inch stellate laceration.

TRAJECTORY: The wound track travels from the decedent's back to front, left to right and
slightly downward

CLOTHING: On the left back of the cap is a 5/16 inch by 5/16 inch frayed defect with "bullet
wipe". On the left back of the hood of the hooded sweatshirt is a 3/16 inch by 3/16 inch
frayed defect. These defects may represent entrance wound "A". On the right front of the
hood of the hooded sweatshirt is a 3/4 inch by 5/16 inch frayed defect. These defects may

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SFPD 150178555 000285


• CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO
Office of the Chief Medical Examiner
Medical Division
Case No. 2015-0223

Name: PEREZ LOPEZ, AMILCAR


A-KA JOHN DOE 927 Date & Time of Necrôpsy: February 27- March 3, 2015 0010 Hours

represent exit wound No soot or unburned gunpowder particles are on the fabric
surrounding the defects.

GUNSHOT WOUNDS, CREST, ABDOMEN AND BACK:.


GUNSHOT WOUND TRAJECTORY 92 (WOUNDS B AND PROJECTILE #5):
ENTRANCE: On the left back, 16-1/2 inches inferior to the vertex of the head and 2-1/2 inches
leftward of the posterior midline is an entrance wound (wound B) consisting of a 7/16 inch
by 1,4 inch defect with a circumferential marginal abrasion ring which is widest from the 7 to
3 o'clock positions where it measures 1/8 inch. No soot, stippling or unburned gunpowder
particles are on the skin surrounding the defect.

PATH: The wound track sequentially perforates the skin, left posterior eighth intercostal
space leaving a 1.0 centimeter by 1.0 centimeter defect, left lateral lower lobe of the lung
leaving a 1-1/4 inch by 1 inch defect, left medial lower lobe of the lung leaving a 3/4 inch by ¼
inch defect, pericardium, inferior/posterior heart, left anterior fifth intercostal space leaving a
1 inch by 7/8 inch defect, fractures the left fifth rib and lodges in the soft tissue of the left
anterior chest.

In the left chest is approximately 425 milliliters of blood and clot.

Recovered in the soft tissue of the left chest, 18 inches inferior to the vertex of the head and
2-1/2 inch leftward of the anterior midline with an overlying 1-1/2 inch by 1-1/2 inch blue-
red contusion is a bullet (projectile #5).

There is no exit.

TRAJECTORY: The wound track travels from the decedent's back to front, slightly downward
and neither significantly rightward nor leftward.

CLOTB]NG: On the left back of the green shirt is a 7/16 inch by 3/8 inch frayed defect. On the
left back of the gray shirt is a ¼ inch by ¼ inch fray defect. These defects may represent
entrance wound "B". No soot or unburned gunpowder particles are on the fabric surrounding
the defect.

GUNSHOT WOUND TRAJECTORY #3 (WOUND C AND PROJECTILE #4):


ENTRANCE: On the right upper back, 13-5/8 inches inferior to the vertex of the head and 3-
3/4 inches rightward of the posterior midline is an entrance wound (wound C) consisting of a
3/8 inch by 5/16 inch defect with a circumferential marginal ring measuring 1/16 inch. No
soot, stippling or unburned gunpowder particles are on the skin surrounding the defect

PATH: The wound track sequentially perforates the skin, right posterior fourih intercostal
space leaving a 1-1/2 inch by 1 inch defect and fractures the right posterior fifth rib, posterior

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SFPD 150178555 000286


CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO
Office of the Chief Medical Examiner
Medical Division
Case No. 2015-0223

Name: PEREZ LOPEZ, ANTLCAR


AKA JOHN DOE 927 Date & Time of Necropsy: February 27- March 3, 2015 0010 Hours

right hilum of the lung leaving a 1 inch by 1 inch defect, right anterior hilum of the lung
leaving a '/ inch by 1/2 inch defect, posterior right atrium leaving a '/2 inch by 1/2 inch defect,
right anterior ventricle at the septal atrio-ventricular junction leaving a 4 inches by 1/2 inch
defect, left' third intercostal space at the sternum leaving a 3/8 inch by 1/2 inch defect and
lodges in the soft tissue of the left chest.

In the right chest is approximately 350 milliliters of blood and clot.

Recovered in the soft tissue of the left chest, 16 inches inferior to the vertex of the head and
2-1/2 inches leftward of the anterior midline with an overlying 2 inch by 2 inch blue-red
contusion is a bullet (projectile #4).

TRAJECTORY: The wound track travels from the back to front, right to left and slightly
downward.

CLOTHING: On the right back of the hooded sweatshirt is a '/4 inch by ¼ inch frayed defect.
On the right back of the gray shirt is a '/2 inch by 5/16 inch frayed defect. On the right back
of the green shirt is a 5/1 6inch by 1/4 inch frayed defect. These defects may represent
entrance wound "C". No soot or unburned gunpowder particles are on the skin surrounding
the defect.

GUNSHOT WOUND TRAJECTORY #4 (WOUND D, WOUND G AND PROJECTILE #3):


ENTRANCE: On the right back, 18-1/2 inches inferior and 2 inches rightward of the posterior
midline is an entrance wound (wound D) consisting of a '/2 inch by % inch defect with a
circumferential marginal abrasion ring which is widest from the 6-11 o'clock position where
it measures '/4 inch and a 5/8 inch red linear abrasion at the 1 o'clock position and a 3/16 inch
red linear abrasion at the 3 o'clock position. No soot, stippling or unburned gunpowder
particles are on the skin surrounding the defect.

PATH: The wound track sequentially perforated the right posterior sixth posterior intercostal
space leaving a 1 inch by 1/2 inch defect and soft tissue of the right back.

PARTIAL EXIT: On the right posterior arm at a point 5 inches inferior to the right shoulder tip
in the right posterior axillary line is a partial exit wound (wound G) consisting of a '/4 inch
laceration with a partially visible bullet (projectile #3)

Recovered in the soft tissue of the right lateral back/right posterior shoulder, 15-1/8 inch
inferior to the vertex of the head and 7-1/2 inches rightward of the posterior midline is a
bullet (projectile #3)

TRAJECTORY: The wound track travels from the decedent's left to right, slightly upward and
neither frontward nor backward.

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Office of the Chief Medical Examiner
Medical Division
Case No. 2015-0223

Name: PEREZ LOPEZ, AMILCAR


AKA JOHN DOE 427 Date & Time of Necropsy: February 27- March 3, 2015 0010 Hours

CLOTEING: On the right back of the hooded sweatshirt is a 3/4 inch by 1/2 inch frayed defect.
On the back of the green shirt is a 7/8 inch by 3/4 inch frayed defect. On the right back of the
gray shirt is a % inch by 5/8 inch frayed defect. These defects may represent entrance wound
"D". No soot or unburned gunpowder particles are on the skin surrounding the defect.

GUNSHOT WOUND TRAJECTORY #5 (WOUNDS H AND r):


ENTRANCE: On the right back, 19-5/8 inches inferior to the vertex of the head and 1-5/8 inch
rightward of the posterior midline is an entrance wound (wound E) consisting of a 5/16 inch
by 1/4 inch defect with a circumferential marginal abrasion ring. No soot, stippling or
unburned gunpowder particles are on the skin surrounding the defect.

PATH: The wound track sequentially perforates the Skin; right ninth posterior intercostal
space leaving a 3/4 inch by 1/2 inch defect, right posterior diaphragm leaving a leaving a 3/8
inch by 3/8 inch defect, right posterior liver leaving a 2 inch by 1 inch defect, right anterior
liver leaving'a 4 inch by 3 inch defect, right anterior diaphragm leaving a 1 inch by % inch
defect, right lower lobe of the lung leaving a 3/8 inch by 3/8 inch defect in a 1 inch by 1 inch
red-purple contusion and exits.

EXIT: On the right inferior chest, 19-1/2 inches inferior to the vertex of the head and 4-1/2
inches rightward of the anterior midline is an exit wound (wound I) consisting of a 5/8 inch
by 5/8 inch laceration.

TRAJECTORY: the wound track travels from the decedent's back to front, left to right and
neither significantly upward iior downward.

CLOTHING: On the right front of the hooded sweatshirt is a 1 inch by 1/2 inch frayed defect.
On the right front of the green shirt is a 2-1/8 inch by 1-1/8 inch frayed defect. On the right
front of the gray shirt is a 1-3/4 inch by 1. inch frayed defect. These defects may represent
exit wound "I". No soot or unburned gunpowder j3articles are on the skin surrounding the
defect.

GUNSHOT WOUNDS, EXTRI1M1TIES


GUNSHOT WOUND TRAJECTORY #6 (WOUNDS F AND 3):
ENTRANCE: On the right dorsal arm, 9 inches inferior to the right shoulder tip is an entrance
wound (wound F) consisting of a 7/16 inch by 1/4 inch with a circumferential marginal
abrasion ring. No soot, stippling or unburned gunpowder particles are on the skin
surrounding the defect.

PATH The wound track perforates the soft tissue

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CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO
Office of the Chief Medical Examiner
Medical Division
Case No. 2015-0223

Name: PEREZ LOPEZ, AM1LCAR


AKA JOHN DOE #27 Date & Time of Necropsy: February 27- March 3, 2015 0010 Hours

EXIT: On the right medial ann, 8-1/2 inches inferior to the right shoulder tip in the mid
axillary line is an exit wound (wound 3) consisting of a 7/8 inch by ¼ inch laceration.

TRAJECTORY: The wound path travels from the decedent's back to front and neither
significantly rightward nor leftward and neither upward nor downward.

CLOTHING: On the back of the right sleeve of the hooded sweatshirt is a 3/8 inch by 5116
inch defect. On the back of the right sleeve of the green shirt is. a 5/16 inch by 3/8 inch
frayed defect. These defects may represent entrance wound "F". On the front of the right
sleeve of the hooded sweatshirt is a 3/4 inch by 112. inch frayed defect. On the front of the right
sleeve of the green shirt is a ¼ inch by ¼ inch frayed defect and a 1 inch by 3/8 inch fray
defect. These defects may represent exit wound "J". No soot or unburned gunpowder
particles are on the skin surrounding the defect.

OTHER PROJECTILES: In the clothing is a bullet fragment (projectile #1) and a bullet
(projectile #2). In the soft tissue of the left chest, 17-1/2 inches inferior to the vertex of the
head and 2-1/4 inches leftward of the anterior midline is a copper fragment (projectile #6) In
the soft tissue of the right posterior back, 14 inches inferior and 2 inches rightward of the
anterior midline is a copper fragment (projectile #7), and another fragment (projectile #8) at a
point 13 inches inferior of the vertex of the head and 1 inch rightward of the posterior
midline. Another copper fragment (projectile #9) is also in the soft tissue of the right
posterior back at a point 14 inches inferior and 4 inches rightward of the posterior midline.
In the right back, 13 inches inferior to the vertex of the head and 4 inches rightward of the
anterior midline is a lead fragment (projectile #10).

OTHER INJURIES: On the forehead are multiple small red abrasions ranging in size from
¼ inch to 3/8 inch. A ¼ inch by 1/8 inch red-yellow abrasion is on the right side of the nose.
On the right chest inferior wo wound "I" is a red-yellow abrasion measuring 2-1/4 inch by
5/16 inch. A 1/4 inch by 14 inch red abrasion is on the dorsal left fourth finger.

OTHER CLOTHING DEFECTS: Other frayed defects are on the hood of the hooded
sweatshirt. On the right front of the hooded sweatshirt is a ¼ inch by 1/8 inch fray defect. A
3/8 inch by 3/16 inch fray defect and a % inch by 3/16 inch frayed defect is on the front of the
green shirt. On the front of the gray shirt is a '/2 inch by 5/16 inch frayed defect. No soot or
unburned gunpowder particles are on the skin surrounding the defect.

INTERNAL EXAMINATION: The subcutaneous fat is approximately 1.3 centimeters in


its maximum thickness at the mid-abdomen. The pleural. cavities are free adhesions. The
visceral and parietal pleurae have a smooth, glistening serosa. The abdominal cavity is
without adhesions. The thoracoabdominal organs are in their usual positions and have

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• CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO
Office of the Chief Medical Examiner
Medical Division
Case No. 2015-0223

PEREZ LOPEZ, AMILCAR


Name:
AKA JOHN DOE 427 Date & Time of Necropsy: February 27- March 3, 2015 0010 Hours

smooth glistening surfaces. The diaphragms are normally elevated. The body cavities have
no peculiar or aromatic odor.

NECK: The neck is dissected in a layer-wise fashion after the thoracoabdominal and cranial
contents are removed. The superficial and deep muscles of the neck are firm, red-brown,
intact, and unremarkable without hemorrhage or laceration. The soft, red-brown tongue is
unremarkable without intramuscular hemorrhage, laceration, or infiltrate. The hyoid bone is
intact without fracture or periosseous soft tissue hemorrhage. The thyroid and cricoid
cartilages are intact without fracture or adjacent soft tissue hemorrhage. The mucosa of the
larynx and trachea are unremarkable without intraluniinal obstructive lesion, ulceration,
laceration, or fistula. There are no prevertebral fascial hemorrhages or underlying cervical
vertebral fractures.

CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM: The 225 gram heart has a smooth, glistening,


epicardium. The cardiac contour is unremarkable. The coronary arteries arise from the aorta
in a normal fashion and follow their usual anatomic pathways with no significant
atherosclerotic disease. The coronary ostia are patent. The posterior interventricular septum
receives its blood, supply from the right coronary 'artery. The coronary arteries are patent and
have no atherosclerosis. There is no occlusive thrombus of the epiq,ardial vessels. The right
and left ventricular myocardium is red-brown and firm without discoloration, infarct,
muscular bulges or focal lesion. The left ventricular free wall is 1.0 centimeters and the
septal wall is 1.0 centimeters thick. The right ventricular wall is 0.3 centimeter thick. The
valve cusps and leaflets are translucent, pliable, and free of vegetations or fenestrations. The
chordae tendineae are thin and delicate. The papillary muscles are intact. The cardiac •
chambers are normally dilated. The foramen ovale is closed. The endocardium is
unremarkable without thickening or fibrosis. The aorta and its major branches have normal
pathways and are unremarkable without atherosclerosis or aneurysm. The venae cavae and
major veins are all patent, intact, and unremarkable with smooth, yellow-tan intimae. The.
periaortic lymph nodes in the abdomen and mediastinum are inconspicuous.

RESPIRATORY SYSTEM: The right' and left lungs are 200 grams and 190 grams,
respectively. Both lungs have smooth pleural surfaces and a dark red-blue, subcrepitant,
congested, and moderately edematous parenchyma without palpable induration, visible
suppuration, granuloma, consolidation, hemorrhage, neoplasm, or emphysema. The
tracheobronchial tree has a pink-tan, unremarkable mucosa and is patent without intraluminal
obstructive lesion. The pulmonary vessels are patent and have a yellow-tan, smooth intima
without thromboemboli. The pulmonary and hilar lymph. nodes are soft, black, and
inconspicuous.

HEPATOBJLIARY SYSTEM The 1110 'gram liver has a smooth capsule with a sharp
anterior margin. The hepatic parencbytha is firm, dark red-brown, and uniform without mass

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CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO
Office of the Chief Medical Examiner
Medical Division
Case No. 2015-0223

Name: PEREZ LOPEZ, AMILCAR


AKA JOHN DOE 427 Date & Time of Necropsy: February 27- March 3, 2015 0010 Hours

lesion. The hepatoduodenal ligament is free of lymphadenopathy. The hepatic artery and
portal vein are patent and intact.

The gallbladder is intact and contains approximately 7 milliliters of yellow-orange, viscid


bile and no calculi. The gallbladder wall is 0.1 centimeter thick with a yellow, velvety
mucosa. The cystic, common, and hepatic bile ducts are normal in course and caliber and
free of calculi.

}IEMATOPOIETIC SYSTEM: The 80 gram spleen is intact and has a smooth, grey,
translucent capsule. The splenic pulp is moderately firm, purple-red, and unremarkable with
conspicuous corpuscles. The gastrosplenic ligament is free of lymphadenopathy. The
thymus has been replaced by adipose tissue and is unremarkable. The thoracoabdominal and
cervical lymph nodes are not enlarged. The visible bone marrow is unremarkable.

ENDOCRINE SYSTEM: The pituitary gland is intact, normally developed, and is


unremarkable without laceration, hemorrhage, or mass lesion. The thyroid gland is
symmetric and unremarkable with a firm, red-brown, granular parenchyma and no cyst,
hemorrhage, fibrosis, or mass lesion. The adrenal glands are normally situated and have soft,
yellow cortices and soft, grey-brown medullae. The pancreas has a soft, tan parenchyma with
a normal lobular architecture and no saponification, pseudocyst, neoplasm, fibrosis,
hemorrhage, or mineralization.

GASTROINTESTINAL SYSTEM: The oropharynx has a tan, smooth, unremarkable


mucosa. The esophagus has a smooth, gray-white mucosa. The stomach has a smooth, tan
serosa and a smooth, tan mucosa with slightly flattened rugal folds.: The gastric wall is not
thickened or indurated. The gastric contents consist of approximately 200 milliliters of tan,
turbid fluid without identifiable food material. The stomach does not contain identifiable
tablets, capsules, or pill fragments. The duodenum has a smooth, bile-stained mucosa
without ulcers. The small intestine has a smooth, tan serosa and is not dilated or obstructed.
The mesenteric lymph nodes are inconspicuous. The large intestine has normal haustral
markings and a vermiform appendix without descending or sigmoid colonic diverticula. The
rectum has a smooth, tan mucosa.

GENITOURINARY SYSTEM: The right and left kidneys are 80 grams and 75 grams,
respectively. The renal capsules are intact and strip with ease from the underlying cortices.
Both kidneys have smooth cortical surfaces without persistent fetal lobulations. The renal
parenchyma is firm, dark red-brown, and has a good corticomedullary definition with an
average cortical thickness of 7 millimeters on the left and 9 millimeters on the right. The
pyramids and papillae are unremarkable. The pelvicalyceal systems are normal without
dilatation or obstruction. The ureters are patent and normal in course and caliber to the
urinary bladder. The renal arteries and veins are patent without atherosclerosis or stenosii

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CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO
Office of the Chief Medical Examiner
Medical Division
Case No. 2015-0223

Name: PEREZ LOPEZ, AMILCAR


AKA JOHN DOE 427 Date & Time of Necropsy: February 27- March 3, 2015 0010 Hours

The urinary bladder is intact with a smooth, tan mucosa without erythema, hemorrhage, ulcer,
or mass lesion. The urinary bladder contuins approximately 270 milliliters of slightly cloudy
light yellow urine.

The, soft, tan prostate gland is not enlarged and has a soft, tan parenchyma without
discoloration, induration, or necrosis. The seminal vesicles are normal. The right and left
testes are normally situated in the scrotum and have a soft, tan, 'homogeneous parenchyma
without hemorrhage, cyst, or mass lesion.

M[JSCIJIOSKELETAL SYSTEM: The thin, red-brown muscles are well hydrated and
free of focal lesions, except for what is described under Evidence of Injury. The skeleton is
well developed and without fracture, deformity, or osteoporosis, except for what is described
under Evidence of Injury. The cervical spinal column is stable on internal palpation.

HEAD AND CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM: The reflected scalp is free of trauma,
except for what is described under Evidence of Injury. The galeal soft tissues and temporalis
muscles are intact, normal, and unremarkable. The calvariurn is intact without fracture,
except for what is described under Evidence of Injury, The dura mater is intact, except for
what is described under Evidence of Injury. The epidural and subd'ural spaces are free of
blood. The dural sinuses are intact and unremarkable. The 1175 gram brain has symmetric
cerebral and cerebellar hemispheres covered by thin, transparent leptoineninges without
subarachnoid hemorrhage. The cerebral cortex is tan, uniform, and free of contusion foci,
except for what is described under Evidence of Injury. The cerebral white matter is uniform
throughout except for what is described under Evidence of Injury. The caudate nuclei, basal
ganglia, and thalami are tan, uniform, and' synfmetric except for what is described under
Evidence of Injury. The ventricles are normal in caliber and contain congested choroid
plexus. The midbrain, cerebellum, pons, and medulla oblongata are free of internal or
external abnormalities. The Sylvian aqueduct and fourth ventricle are normal. The locus
ceruleus and substantia nigra are normally pigmented. The cranial nerves and mainmillary
bodies are symmetric and normal. The cerebral vasculature including the Circle of Willis are
translucent, patent, and free of atherosclerosis or aneurysm. The anterior, middle, and
posterior cranial fossae are free of fractures, except for what is described under Evidence of
Injury. The proximal cervical spinal cord is firm, symmetric, and grossly normal.

FINDINGS:
1. GUNSHOT WOUNDS HEAD AND NECK:
a, GUNSHOT WOUND TRAJECTORY #1 (WOUNDS A AND Il):
i. ENTRANCE ON LEFT POSTERIOR SCALP (WOUND A)
ii. PATH: LEFT POSTEFJORjLAIBRAL SKULL, BRAIN AND RIGHT
-ANTERIOR/LATERAL SKULL
1. MULTIPLE SKULL FRACTiRE AND BRAIN DISRUPTION
iii. EXIT ON RIGHT LATERAL FOREARM (WOUND H)
n

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CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO
Office of the Chief Medical Examiner
Medical Division
Case No. 2015-0223

Name: PEREZ LOPEZ, AMILCAR


AKA JOHN DOE 427 Date & Time of Necropsy: February 27- March 3, 2015 0010 Hours

iv. TRAJECTORY: FRONTWARD, RIGHTWARD AND SLIGHTLY


DOWNWARD
v. BULLET WIPE ON LEFT POSTERIOR CAP
2. GUNSHOT WOUNDS, CHEST, ABDOMEN AND BACK
a. GUNSHOT WOUND TRAJECTORY #2 (WOUND B AND PROJECTILE 95)
i. ENTRANCE ON LEFT BACK (WOUND B)
li. PATH: LEFT EIGHTH INTERCOSTAL SPACE, LEFT LOWER LOBE
OF LUNG, HEART, LEFT ANTERIOR FIFTH INTERCOSTAL SPACE
I. LEFT HEMOTHORAX
2. RECOVERY OF PROJECTILE IN SOFT TISSUE OF LEFT
ANTERIOR CHEST (PROJECTILE #5)
iii. TRAJECTORY: FRONTWARD, SLIGHTLY DOWNWARD
b. GUNSHOT WOUND TRAJECTORY #3 (WOUND C AND PROJECTILE #4)
i. ENTRANCE ON RIGHT BACK (WOUND C)
ii. PATH: POSTERIOR RIGHT FOURTH INTERCOSTAL SPACE, RIGHT
H]LUM, RIGHT ATRIUM, RIGHT VENTRICLE AT TIM SEPTUM,
LEFT MEDIAL THIRD INTERCOSTAL SPACE
1. RIGHT HEMOTHORAX
2. RECOVERY OF BULLET IN LEFT ANTERIOR MEDIAL CHEST
SOFT TISSUE (PROJECTILE #4)
3. TRAJECTORY: FRONTWARD, RIGHTWARD AND SLIGHTLY
DOWNWARD
c. GUNSHOT WOUND TRAJECTORY #4 (WOUND D, WOUND G AND
PROJECTILE #3)
i. ENTRANCE ON RIGHT MID BACK (WOUND U)
ii. PATH: SKIN AND SOFT TISSUE
iii. PARTIAL EXIT ON RIGHT POSTERIOR SHOTJLDBR]INFERJOR
AXILLA (WOUND G)
1. RECOVERY OF BULLETIN RIGHT LATERAL BACK SOFT
TISSUE (PROJECTILE #3)
iv. TRAJECTORY: RIGHTWARD AND SLIGHTLY UPWARD
• d. GUNSHOT WOUND TRAJECTORY #5 (WOUNDS E AND I)
i. ENTRANCE ON RIGHT BACK (WOUND B)
ii. PATH: RIGHT POSTERIOR NINTH INTERCOSTAL SPACE, RIGHT
LflJER, RIGHT LOWER LOBE OF LUNG
EXIT ON RIGHT INFERIOR CHEST (WOUND I)
iv. TRAJECTORY: FRONTWARD, RIGHTWARD
3. GUNSHOT WOUNDS, EXTREMITIES
a. GUNSHOT WOUND TRAJECTORY #6 (WOUNDS F AND I)
i. ENTRANCE ON RIGHT DORSAL ARM (WOUND F)
ii. PATH: SOFT TISSUE
iii. EXIT ON. RIGHT MEDIAL VOLAR ARM (WOUND J)
iv. TRAJECTORY: FRONTWARD
4. OTHER PROJECTILES
a. FRAGMENT IN CLOTHING (PROJECTILE #1)

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CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO
Office of the Chief Medical Examiner
Medical Division
Case No. 2015-0223

Name: PEREZ LOPEZ, AMILCAR


AKA JOHN DOE 927 Date & Time of Necropsy: February 27- March 3, 2015 0010 Hours

• b. BULLET IN CLOTHING (PROJECTILE #2)


c. FRAGMENTS IN RIGHT BACK (PROJECTILES 7-9)
d. FRAGMENT IN RIGHT CHEST (PROJECTILE #10)
5. FRAYED CLOTHING DEFECTS

Spec. to Pathology: Portions of brain, pituitary, thyroid, heart, lungs, liver, gallbladder,
spleen, pancreas, adrenal, kidney, urinary bladder, prostate, testis,
gastroesophageal junction, appendix, and psoas muscle.

Spec. to Histology: Brain, thyroid, heart, lung, liver, pancreas and kidney.

Spec. to Toxicology: Peripheral (gray top bilateral, legs) and central blood (gray top), right
and left vitreous humor, liver, gastric contents, bile, urine, brain, and
right quadriceps muscle.

Radiographs: Digital films taken by M.D., Assistant Medical


Examiner, San Francisco Medical Examiner's Office, and retained.

Physician(s) Present: M.D.

Forensic Tech(s):

Photographer: M.D., Assistant Medical Examiner, San Francisco


Medical Examiner's Office.

Evidence: Blood spot, pulled scalp hair, hair from around wound "A.", right and
left handbags, right and left fingernail clippers, clothing and projectiles

M.D..
Assistant Medical Examiner

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CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF MEDICAL EXAMINER
MEDICAL DIVISION

Name: PEREZ LOPEZ, AMILCAR Case No: 201-0223


AKA JOhN DOE 927
MICROSCOPIC DESCRIPTION

BRAIN: One (1) hematoxylin and eosin stained slide is examined. It includes sections of
the frontal cerebral cortex with underlying white matter and cerebellum.

The leptomeningeal and parenchymal blood vessels are unremarkable. The leptomeninges
are thin and delicate. The cortical laminations are unremarkable. The neurons in the frontal
cerebral cortex are unremarkable. The cerebellum is unremarkable. The parenchyma of the
brain has no neoplastic process or inflammatory infiltrate.

THYROID GLAND: The variously sized follicles contain abundant colloid without
neoplasia, inflammatory infiltrate, or degenerative changes.

HEART: The epicardial surface is intact without inflammatory infiltrate or hemorrhage, The
myocardial fibers are viable and uniform in size and shape with a linear cytologic
architecture. There is no intraparenchymal vascular congestion, hemorrhage, contraction
band necrosis, or myocardial infarct Inflammatory infiltrates, fibro fatty intramural
infiltration, and significant fibrosis are absent.

LUNGS: The alveoli are well expanded and the alveolar septa are thin and delicate. The
pulmonary vasculature is unremarkable. The tracheobronchial tree is unremarkable. The
parenchyma has no diagnostic polarizable material.

LIVER: The intact hepatic parenchyma has normally arranged bepatoeytes with an
unremarkable architecture. The portal tracts are unremarkable. The bile ductuies and ducts
are unremarkable. The hepatocytes are unremarkable. The sinusoids are unremarkable. The
parenchyma has no diagnostic polarizable material.

PANCREAS: The tissue available for examination has a severe loss of nuclear and
cytoplasmic detail without associated inflammatory infiltrate (autolysis).

KIDNEY: The intact renal parenchyma has a normal architecture without intraparenchymal
solid or cystic mass lesion. There are no interstitial in±Iammatdry infiltrates. The renal
vasculature is unremarkable. The glomeruli are unremarkable. The tubules are
unremarkable. No diagnostic polarizable material is seen.

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CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO
OFFICE, OF THE CHIEF MEDICAL EXAMINER
MEDICAL DIVISION

Name: PEREZ LOPEZ, AMILCAR Case No: 2015-0223


AKA JOHN DOE #27

MICROSCOPIC DIAGNOSES:
1. UNRENLkRKABLE ORGANS

CAUSE OF DEATH: MULTIPLE GUNSHOT WOUNDS

OTHER CONDITIONS: ETHANOL PRESENT

M.D.
Assistant Medical Examiner

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City and County of Office of the Chiaf
San Francisco Medical Examiner
FORENSIC LABORATORY DIVISION

TOXICOLOGY REPORT

NAME: PEREZ LOPEZ, AMILCAR SUBMISSION DATE: 03/03/2015 M. E.: EM


CASE NO: 2015-02231 REPORT DATE: 05/28/2015

ANALYTICAL RESULTS:

SPECIMEN TYPE COMPOUND RESULT UNITS ANALYSIS BY

Blood (Peripheral) Ethanol 0.19 %(w/v) HS-GC-FID


Urine Ethanol 0.27 % (w/v) HS-GC-FID

Blood (Cardiac/Central) Nicotine/Cotinine Detected GC-MS


Blood (Cardiac/Central) Caffeine Detected GC-MS

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COMMENTS
Report prepared by MM.

Nikolas P. Lemos, Ph.D., FRSC, F-ABFT


Director & Chief Forensic Toxicologist

ANALYTICAL PROTOCOL:
Specimens submitted were subjected to Analytical Panels A, 8, and C. Analytical Panel A employs HS-GC-FlD to detect and
quantify ethanol, methanol, isopropanol and acetone and may also detect other volatile compounds which would require
additional analyses for confirmation and/or quantitation. Analytical Panel B employs ELISA, GC-MS and/or LC-MS/MS to
detect confirm and/or quantify Amphetamines, Barbiturates, Benzodiazepines, Cannabinoids, Cocaine, Fentanyl,
Methadone, Phencyclidine (PCP), Opiates/Opioids and Tricyclic Antidepressants. Analytical Panel C employs ELISA, GC-
MS and/or LC-MS!MS to detect, confirm and/or quantify over one hundred drugs and metabolites. Please contact the
Forensic Laboratory Division if you have questions regarding specific substances.

Hall of Justice • 850 Bryant Street San Francisco • California. 94103-4603


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Telephone: (415) 553-9009 Fax: (415) 553-9815

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Forensic Case Report


June 22, 2015

To:
San Francisco PD Crime Lab Bode Celimark Case #: CAFI503-0077
606 Manseau Street SFPD Case #: 150-178-555
Hunters Point Shipyard SFPD Laboratory #: 15-0188
San Francisco, CA 94124

Suspect: Amilcar (Emilcar) Perez-Lopez

List of Evidence Received on April 14, 2015 for possible DNA analysis:

Bode Ceilmark Sample Name Agency Description


CAFI503-0077-E01 (2) Swabs water sample
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CAF1503-0077-E02 (2) Swabs handle of knife


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CAF 1503-0077-R03 Bloodspot [Perez-Lopez, Amilcar (Emilcar)]

STR PROCESSING AND RESULTS:

The evidence was processed for DNA typing by analysis of the 13 CODIS Short Tandem Repeat loci, the
D251338 locus, the D19S433 locus, and the Amelogenin locus using the Applied Biosystems AmpFlSTR
Identifier Plus® kit.

1. A DNA profile was obtained from sample CAFI 503-0077-R03 [Amilcar (Emilcar) Perez-Lopez.

2. No DNA profiles were obtained from samples CAFI 503-0077-EOI and CAFI 503-0077-E02.

See Table 1 for summary of alleles reported for each sample.

Notes:
1. Testing performed for this case is in compliance with accredited procedures under the
laboratory's ISO/lEC 17025 accreditation issued by ASCLDILAB and ANAB. Refer to certificates
and scopes of accreditation for certificate numbers ALI-231-T and AT-1672, respectively.
2. Any references to body fluids in evidence descriptions are based on the written descriptions of
the samples by the submitting agency.
3. The DNA extracts and submitted evidence will be retained temporarily at Bode Cellmark until
review of the data is completed by the San Francisco Police Department, at which time the
evidence and extracts will be returned to the San Francisco Police Department

Report submitted by,

Catharine Roller, MSFS


DNA Analyst I

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Bode Cellmark Case #: CAF1 503-0077 Date: June 22, 2015
SFPD Case #: 150-176-555
SFPD Laboratory#: 15-0188

Table 1: Analysis of Short Tandem Repeat Loci

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03S1358 No Results No Results 15,15
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DI 3S317 No Results No Results {9, 121


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D2S1338 No Results No Results 18,23
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vWA No Results No Results 16,17
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D18S51 No Results No Results 13,15
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D55818 No Results No Results 11,11
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SFPD 150178555 000300
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City: San Francisco, CA
ShotSpotter Zone: San FranciscoCAMission
FLEX"' Incident Date: 26 FEB 2015
Enhanced Incident Report Report Date: 16 SEP 2016

Incident Information

Incident/Flex ID#: 25899


Incident Street Address: Folsom St
Incident Latitude, Longitude: 37.7515540531, -122.414461638
Incident Date & Time: February 26, 2015 09:47:21 PM
Number of Rounds Fired: 5 Rounds

Audio Clip Information


Sensor # Range from Incident Audio Clip notes Audio Iir

Sensor #23 73 meters Audio clip of 5 gunshots at 73 meters

Sensor #14 355 meters Audio clip of 5 gunshots at 355 meters

Sensor #19 386 meters Audio clip of 5 gunshots at 386 meters


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Sensor #16 444 meters Audio clip of 5 gunshots at 444 meters

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SST, Inc. T11. SST and ShotSpotter technology is protected by one or more issued U.S. and foreign patents (htto:/Iwww.shotnotter.comIoatents) with other domestic and foreign
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SFPD 150178555 000301
City: San Francisco, CA
• ShotSpotter Zone: San FranciscoCAMission
FLEX"'
Incident Date: 26 FEB 2015
Enhanced Incident Report Report Date: 16 SEP 2016

About ShotSpotter
The firing of a gun or an explosive device creates a loud, impulsive sound that can, under
optimum environmental conditions, be detected above urban background noise up to two miles
away from the firing incident location. The operation of ShotSpotter is understandably subject
to the laws of physics and acoustic propagation.

The source of a pulse (a sound that goes bang, boom, or pop) is located using a mathematical
process called trilateration. Trilateration requires a minimum of three sensors that surround the
source of the sound to accurately measure the time when the sound was detected by each
sensor. When three or more sensors participate in the detection, an automatic calculation will
find a location solution which minimizes the error to the greatest extent possible.

ShotSpotter detects and properly geo-locates (provides latitude and longitude) over 80% of
incidents within the coverage area, accurate to within a circle whose radius is 25 meters.

SST, Inc. does not guarantee 100% detection because real world, urban environments may
contain intervening buildings, topography, foliage, periods of increased traffic or construction
noise, and other urban acoustic noises that may mask, muffle, or entirely prevent the sound of a
weapon discharge from reaching the sensor(s) thereby preventing a sufficient number of
sensors from detecting the sound of the discharge to generate an alert.

These same obstructions may also alter or modify the audio characteristics of the discharge
significantly enough so that it no longer fits within the sensor's programmed detection
parameters causing it to be disregarded by the sensor(s) as not impulsive

Other factors, such as obstructed or attenuated muzzle blast, weapon discharge in an enclosed
space, or if the weapon discharged is of .22 or smaller caliber, may also prevent the sensor(s)
from not detecting all, or some shots fired.

Acoustical data analysis of a gunfire incident is complex and not comprehensive. The data and
conclusions above should be corroborated with other evidentiary sources such as recovered
shell casings, and witness statements.

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551, Inc. °'. SST and ShotSpotter technology is protected by one or more issued U.S. and foreign patents (httn:llw.shotspotter.com/natentsI, with other domestic and foreign
patents pending. All other company and product names mentioned herein may be trademarks of their respective companies.

SFPD 150178555 000302


GEAT ChP, CNNG #269
Francisco Police tment

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SFPD 150178555 000303


SERGEAHT CHRS CAMNG #269
'an Franc sco Pokc errnent

SFPD 150178555 000304


San FranC3C0 Poce
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SFPD 150178555 000305


INCIDENT NUMBER:
150178555 I SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT
LOCATION:
24th St.
I DATE: I M.E.U. EVIDENCE INVENTORY
2127/15 I
M.E.U. I STAR:
Alvarado 431 I
EVIDENCE Page 1 of I

CHAIN OF CUSTODY
ITEM # DESCRIPTION RELEASED BY RECEIVED BY DATE TIME

24th
11 I CD containing video from St. M. Alvarado #431 -'Z-Gt 02/27/15 1620

Page 1' SFPD M 5E (05/08)


SFPD 150178555 000306
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE WARTMENT FOPliNSIC SERVICES DIVISION
Cellular Phone, -tenter, Forensic Art & Forensic Video ExI ation Request
CASE NUMBER (DBPAEIMENI)
CASE UNIT REQUESTING DATE P REQUEST
150178555 Homicide 2/27/2015
LABORATORY NUMBER SUSPECT DATE OF OCCURRENCE
2/26/2015
HARGE COMPLAINANT / VICTIM OTTIERNUIvIBER

Alvarado 9431 (415)734-3063 I1inI


DESCRIPTI ON: O JEVIDE NCE AN 1EXAMINATION REQUEST
REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION:
1.
2,
3.
SUBMIT A SEPARATE LABORATORY EXAMINATION REQUEST FOR EACH INCIDENT NUMBER.
ATTACH A COPY OF THE INITIAL NARRATIVE POLICE REPORT, QPRL EVIDENCE SHEET.
IlU
WJ ) LI\JU
FOR COMPUTER OR CELLULAR PHONE; ATTACH A COPY OF A SEARCH WARRANT (FACE & WISH LIST) OR SIGNED CONSENT TO
U k
SEARCH FROM THE OWNER. iTEM WILL NOT BE PROCESSED WITHOUT A SEARCH WARRANT OR SIGNED CONSENT.

CELLULAR PHONE: (CingularlMetroPCSiT-Mobile/Verizon etc:) Cell #, if known

1. Brand (Nokia, Motorola etc): Model# SER. PROVIDER:.

1. Brand (Nokia, Motorola etc): Model # SER. PROVIDER:


* List scope of analysis (phone list/images/etc) on the back page of this request & additional phones.

COMPUTER FORENSICS:
El Desktop Computer (how many .j El Laptop Computer (how many_) El PDA El Digital Camera
El Hard Drive(s) 010w many_) E] CD or DVD rom (how many_) El Floppy/Zip Disks (h0w many —)
El Portable media i.e. Flash card, smart media, secure digital, thumb drive, etc. Specify type: C OR
* List scope of analysis (e-maiUimages/documents) on the backpage of this request. .

FORENSIC ART:
Composite Drawing (provide info below) . El Adult Age Progression
Most Reliable Witness: El Child Age Progression
Witness contact number: Cell: El Fugitive Update
How did the witness view the suspect? El Front El Profile El 3/4
View El Post Mortem
El Skull Reconstruction
*List special notes or instructions on the back p age of this request.

FORENSIC VIDEO:
1. Service Type:

- El Audio El Develop Still Images El Create Court Presentation


El Duplicate CD/DVD/Tape Other: RESPOND AND RETRIEVE VIDEO
2. Evidence Submitted:
El Analog Tape Brand: Size: El "Fareview" Chip
El CD/DVD El Other:
El
Mini DV Proprietary "Codec" on Disk: Yes El No El
*List special notes or instructions on the back-page of this request.

REASON/DATE FOR REQUEST:


Investigation El Rebooking El Preliminary Hearing El Superior Court Trial
El DA Request (ADA Name & Contact Number)____
El Other Reason: Date Results Needed:
UIQUESThD BY / CONTACT NUMBER APPROVED BY / CONTACT NUMBER
. Canning / (
RANK / STAR k . - RANK/STARk
Q52/269

SFPD 150178555 000307


DOUBLE -SIDED FORM S
. SFPD 64A (10/06)
$ SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT FORENSIC SERVICES DIVISION
Cellular Phone, Computer, Forensic Art & Forensic Video Examination Request

SPECIAL NOTES I REQUEST I INSTRUCTIONS

FORENSIC VIDEO USE ONLY


Condition of Evidence:
LI Real Time _# of Cameras LI Field Level LI Multiplex LI Quad Screen
LI Time Lapse LI Color [II] Single level LI Switcher LI Audio
LI LI B&W LI ____ LI LI Collage Made
FORENSIC SERVICES DIVISION USE ONLY
02/27/15 1430 Received and reviewed requesf from Sgt. Canning #269

1215 Contacted responsible located at


Folsom St., who requested I respond on Monday,
03/02/15 to retrieve video.

1420 I responded to Folsom St., and received no answer to the door,


note left.

1430 I responded to 24th St., and met with responsible

Inspected DVR:

Make: EDVE Model: Generic black box Serial# Unavailable


09 cameras available, 08 cameras connected and recording, no audio

Retrieved footage from the following cameras: 2 and 3


Date and time of recovered footage: 02/26/15, 2115 to 2215

• Camera #2
• Camera #3

Displayed date/time: 02/27/15, 1447


Actual date/time: 02/27/15, 1438

I downloaded video via USB thumb drive

All files archived onto MBU NAS2 archive data base

Iside software used to run a MD5 hash against all files to verify integrity

Copy of recovered video footage provided to Sgt. Canning

Copy of footage retained for our records

CSI Signatur Date: [3


SFPD 150178555 000308
DOUBLE SIDED FORM
- SFPD 64 rev 07/06
4t AN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT
Cellular Phone, Computer, Forensic Art & Forensic Video
FORENSIC SERVICES DIVISION
Examination Request
CASE NUMBER (DEPARTMENT) UNIT REQUESTING DATE OF REQUEST

150178555 Homicide 2/27/2015


LABORATORY NUMBER SUSPECT DATE OF OCCURRENCE

2/26/2015
I CHARGE COMPLAINANT I VICTIM OTRER NUMBER

I I
DESCRIPTION O JEVIDENCE AN JEXAMINATION REQUEST
REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION:
1. SUBMIT A SEPARATE LABORATORY EXAMINATION REQUEST FOR EACH INCIDENT NUMBER.
2. ATTACH A COPY OF THE INITIAL NARRATIVE POLICE REPORT, QPRL EVIDENCE SHEET.
3. FOR COMPUTER OR CELLULAR PHONE; ATTACH A COPY OF A SEARCH WARRANT (FACE & WISH LIST) OR SIGNED CONSENT TO
SEARCH FROM THE OWNER. ITEM WILL NOT BE PROCESSED WITHOUT A SEARCH WARRANT OR SIGNED CONSENT.
(CingularlMetroPCSlT-MobilelVerizon etc:) Cell #, if known
CELLULAR PHONE:
1. Brand (Nokia, Motorola etc.): Model # SER. PROVIDER:

1. Brand (Nokia, Motorola etc): Model # SER. PROVIDER:


* List scope of analysis (phone list/images/etc.) on the backpage of this request & additional phones.

COMPUTER FORENSICS:
LI Desktop Computer (how many—) LI Laptop Computer (how many —) LI PDA LI Digital Camera
LI Hard Drive(s) (how many — ) LI CD or DVD rom (how many _) LI Floppy/Zip Disks (how many)

LI Portable media i.e. Flash card, smart media, secure digital, Thumb drive, etc. Specify type:
* List scope of analysis (e-mail/images/documents) on the backpage of this request.

FORENSIC ART:
• Composite Drawing (provide info below) LI Adult Age Progression
Most Reliable Witness: LI Child Age Progression
Witness contact number: Cell: LI Fugitive Update
How did the witness view the suspect? LI Front LI Profile LI View LI Post Mortem
LI Skull Reconstruction
*List special notes or instructions on the backpage of this request.

FORENSIC VIDEO:
1. Service Type:
LI Audio LI Develop Still Images LI Create Court Presentation
LI
Duplicate CD/DVD/Tape Other: Obtain security footage from area of OIS scene during time of OIS
2. Evidence Submitted:

LI Analog Tape Brand: Size: LI "Fareview" Chip


• CD/DVD LI Other:
• Mini DV Proprietary "Codec" on Disk: Yes E] No LI
*List special notes or instructions on the backpage of this request.

REASON/DATE FOR REQUEST:


• Investigation LI Rebooking LI Preliminary Hearing LI Superior Court Trial
• DA Request (ADA Name & Contact Number)
• Other Reason: Date Results Needed:
11 IV A Ad
?.EQUESTED BY / CONTACT NUMBER APPROVE%B
Sgt. Calming 734-3634
RANK/STAR# RANK / STAR #
Q52 269 \op
SFPD 150178555 000309
DOUBLE - SIDED FORM SFPD 64 rev 07/06
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT FORENSIC SERVICES DIVISION
Cellular Phone, Computer, Forensic Art & Forensic Video Examination Request

SPECIAL NOTES I REQUEST I INSTRUCTIONS


Video Footage: Duration of all footage to be: 2-26-15 2115 through 2-26-15 2215

FORENSIC VIDEO USE ONLY


Condition of Evidence:
Eli Real Time Li # of Cameras 17711 Field Level fl Multiplex LI Quad Screen
Time Lapse U Color El Single level U Switcher U Audio
LI B&W LI Collage Made
FORENSIC SERVICES DIVISION USE ONLY

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

SFPD 150178555 000310


DOUBLE -SIDED FORM SFPD 64 rev 07/06
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT C SERVICES DIVISION
Cellular Phone iifflris iation Request
CASE NUMBER (DEPARTMENT) UNIT REQUESTING DATE OF THIS REQUEST
150178555 Homicide 2/27/2015
2/26/2015
CHARGE
SFPD Barcena #1715:

REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION:
L. SUBMIT A SEPARATE LABORATORY REQUEST FOR EACH INCIDENT NUMBER.
2. ATTACH A COPY OF THE INITIAL POLICE REPORT AND QPRL EVIDENCE SHEET.
3. FOR COMPUTER OR CELLULAR PHONE: ATTACH A COPY OF A SEARCH WARRANT (PACE & WISH LIST) OR SIGNED CONSENT TO
SEARCH FROM THE OWNER. ITEMS WILL NOT BE PROCESSED WITHOUT A SEARCH WARRANT OR SIGNED CONSENT.

CELLULAR PHONE: Cingular/MetroPCS/T.Mobile/Verizon etc:) Celt #, if known


I. Brand Nokia,MotoroIa etc) Model # SER. PROVIDER:
2. Brand (Nokia,Motorola etc) Model # SER. PROVIDER:
* List scope of analysis (phone list/images/etc.), on the back page of this request & additional phones.

COMPUTER FORENSICS:
LII Desktop Computer (how many _j LI Laptop Computer (how many _) LI PDA LI Digital Camera
LI Hard Drive(s) (how many _j LI CD or DVD rom (how many LI Floppy/Zip Disks (how many__i
LI Portable media i.e. Flash card, Smart media, secure digital, thumb drive, etc. Specify type:
*List scope of analysis (e-maiL/images/documents), on the back page of this request.

FORENSIC ART:
LI Composite Drawing (provide info below) LI Adult Age Progression
Most Reliable IVitness:_________________________________________ LI Child Age Progression
Witness contact number: Cell: LI Fugitive Update
How did the witness view the suspect? LI Front LI Profile LI 3/4 View LI Post Mortem
LI Skull Reconstruction
*List special notes or instructions on the back page of this request.

FORENSIC VIDEO:
1. Service Type:
LI Audio LI Develop Still Images LI Create Court Presentation
LI Create Duplicate CD X Other: Obtain security footage
2. Evidence Submitted:
LI Analog Tape; Brand: Size: LI Taxi Chip; type:
LI CD/DVD; Brand: Size:_______ LI Other:
H Mini DV; Brand: Size: LI Proprietary "Codec" on Disk: Yes El No El
*List special notes or instructions on the back page of this request.

REASON/DATE FOR REQUEST:


X Investigation LI Rebooking LI Preliminary Hearing LI Superior Court Trial
LI DA Request (ADA Name & Contact Number)_______________________________________________
LI Other Reason: Date Results Needed:

REQUESTED BY / CONTACT NUMBER APPROVED BY / CONTACT NUMBER


Sgt Canning/734-3634 O'Brien/734-304
RANK/STAR# RANK/STAR
Q52/269 Q6211005
SFPD 150178555 000311
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT FORENSIC SERVICES DIVISION
Cellular Phone, Computer, Forensic Art & Forensic Video Examination Request

S TE
U
See initial request

FORENSIC VIDEO USE ONLY


On 2/28/15 @ approximately 1000 hours, I responded to Folsom Street and
allowed me to access video surveillance equipment in order to download the requested video footage. I
examined the DVR and noted that it was a black device with H.264 stamped on the front side. It is a 9 channel system with g
cameras connected and recording. The resolution is 360x240, the video quality is set at Highest and it is 30 frames per second. The
views are Cam2,3,4,5,6,8 and 9 is the sidewalk facing southbound onto Folsom Street.
The time calibration is as follows: Displayed-date/time 2/28/15 @ 11:41:07 vs Correct date/time 2/28/15 @ 10:40 (Verizon cell
phone; the DVR is approximately 1 hour and 1 minute fast). I downloaded onto a flash drive. the DVR date and time of 2/26/15 from
21:46 through 23:16 hburs (Real time 2/26/15 from 20:45 through 22:15 hours).

On 2/28/15 @ approximately 1100 hours, I responded to Folsom Street and Folsom-Street in order to secure any relevant
video from these sources. After repeated attempts, I received no answer from either location. No video was acquired from these
locations at this time.

I archived the video files into the CSI-NAS database and made duplicate DVD diskette copies for both CSI-MBU and for Sergeant
Canning's investigation.

fl
Off. Oscar Barcena #1715 Date: _February 28, 2015

DOUBLE-SIDED FORM - SFPD 64A (04107)*


SFPD 150178555 000312
Officer Craig Tiffe OIS 15-003
- -

DATE NOT INDICATED

I OFFICER CRAIG TIFFS: Okay.

2 INSP. DANIEL DEDET: And you're--you're, uh--we

3 consider you a victim.

4 OFFICER TIFFE: Okay.

5 INSP. DEDET: So--so why don't we--we start

6 off by, uh, just introducing everybody in the room

7 when we're ready? Okay. Daniel Dedet, SFPD

8 Homicide.

9 SGT. ANTHONY RAVANO: Anthony Ravano, SFPD

10 Homicide.

11 DAI SANCHEZ: Carlos Sanchez, San Francisco

12 District Attorney's Office.

13 ADA MIKE SULLIVAN: Mike Sullivan, San

14 Francisco District Attorney's Office.

15 INSP. DEDET: Okay. Uh, could you please

16 state your name?

17 OFFICER TIFFE: Yes. It's, uh, Craig. C-R-A-

18 I-G. Last name is Tiffe, T-I-F-F-E.

19 INSP. DEDET: Okay. Also, for the record,

20 could you please state your name?

21 ATTY. MICHAEL ATTY. WHELAN: Yes. Michael

22 Whelan, W-H-E-L-A-N, counsel for Officer Tiffe.

23 SGT. RAVANO: Thank you, sir. Okay, and now,

24 uh, I'm sorry. Urn. Sergeant Dedet. Sergeant--

25 Inspector Dedet. Excuse me. Um. Said that, uh,


1
Roomian & Associates, (415) 362-5920
SFPD 150178555 000313
Officer Craig Tiffe OIS 15-003
- -

DATE NOT INDICATED

1 it was a voluntary interview and, urn, at this

2 point, uh, we're gonna be recording, urn, both audio

3 and, uh, and video [INAUDIBLE]. And, urn, prior to

4 that, we're open to--urn, presented a questionnaire.

5 Urn, you can--I can read it off to you and I can

6 fill it in, or you guys can, uh, fill it in

7 yourself. It's regarding, you know, your name,

8 star number, date of birth, age, et cetera, et

9 cetera. Just biographical information.

10 OFFICER TIFFE: Okay.

11 SGT. RAVANO: Do what you guys want and we

12 I could--

13 OFFICER TIFFE: Do you want that now?

14 SGT. RAVANO: GOod.

15 OFFICER TIFFE: Good.

16 [UNINTELLIGIBLE CONVERSATION]

17 INSP. DEDET: Why don't we do this? We'll--

18 we'll just hold onto it?

19 OFFICER TIFFE: Oh, yeah.

20 INSP. DEDET: Okay, yeah, okay, no. And

21 that--that's fine. No worries. Okay. So we got,

22 uh, Officer Tiffe. T-I-F-F-E?

23 OFFICER TIFFS: Yes.

24 INSP. DEDET: Got to put my glasses on for

25 this one. Day time. There you go. Uh. Craig.

Roomian & Associates, (415) 362-5920


SFPD 150178555 000314
Officer Craig Tiffe OIS 15-003
- -

DATE NOT INDICATED

1 OFFICER TIFFE: Yes.

2 INSP. DEDET: You have a middle initial,

3 Craig?

4 OFFICER TIFFE: It's, uh, M for Michael.

5 INSP. DEDET: Okay. Star number?