Pet Problem Leads to Firearm Violation

Pet Problem Leads to Firearm Violation

San Francisco – On the evening of April, 23rd at approximately 11:23 pm, Ingleside District police officers responded to a call that described a woman screaming for help.

When they arrived at the residence in the unit block of Brookdale Avenue in the Sunnydale Development public housing community, they found two women, sisters, involved in a verbal altercation.  According to the information released by the police department, the argument had begun over a family pet that was relieving itself in the house.

Quintina Draper - image from

Quintina Draper – image from


Police stated that the argument escalated when one of the sisters brandished a loaded .45 caliber pistol, which she had retrieved from the bedroom. A records check revealed the sister with the weapon to be a convicted felon with warrant for her arrest out of Alameda County. Further investigation revealed that the gun had been reported stolen in Arizona a decade ago.

Officers arrested 34-year-old Quintina Draper of San Francisco for being a felon in possession of a firearm and the outstanding warrant.

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