Verbal Altercation Leads to Assault with Hammer, Suspect gets Nailed
San Francisco – On the evening of Wednesday, April 8th, Ingleside district officers Franceschi and Lee were called to a residence in response to an assault.
According to information released by the department, they found a woman exiting the residence while clutching her arm in distress. The woman informed the officers that an altercation had occurred with another woman at the residence regarding child care issues.
She reported that the altercation had begun as a verbal argument, but escalated to pushing and shoving. Eventually, she told officers, the two women separated at which point she, the victim, turned to leave the residence. The other woman retrieved a hammer and began following the victim, at which point she was swung the hammer and struck the victim in the arm.
The assailant, 45-year-old Jacqueline Gonzalez of San Francisco, ran away. Ingleside officers Pregrina and Khan were able to track her down near Curtis and Rolph Streets where she was taken into custody. Gonzalez was booked on assault with force likely to cause great bodily injury, as well as an outstanding warrant for possession of a stolen vehicle, burglar’s tools, and a controlled substance.