SF police convince gunman to surrender


Officers negotiated with a man who fired gunshots outside a home Tuesday night in Ingleside and eventually convinced him to surrender.

Around 8:50 p.m., officers responded to the 200 block of Miramar Avenue where they learned a man was inside a home armed with a gun.

The man, 31, had allegedly fired shots outside the home, according to police.

When officers arrived they surrounded the area. After negotiating with the suspect, he surrendered to officers.

Police said no one was injured during the incident. Police did not release the suspect’s name.

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