Police search for person with firearm in Twin Peaks neighborhood, incident resolved


Police in San Francisco searched for a person with a firearm in a neighborhood just east of Twin Peaks Thursday night. They have since "disengaged with the subject," a police spokesperson said in an update. 

Ofc. Robert Rueca said officers responded to a building in the 3400 block of Market Street at around 7:23 p.m. on a report of a person with a firearm. By 9:45, the city's Department of Emergency Management said the incident was resolved. 

Police then reopened Market and Clayton streets to traffic. "Our Hostage/Crisis Negotiation Team assisted with the incident, but there was no hostage," police said.

It is unclear if a firearm was recovered and if the subject was detained or taken into police custody.