Man arrested for assault of SF sandwich store proprietor

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — A person has been arrested in reference to the assault of a San Francisco sandwich store proprietor, the San Francisco Police Division stated Tuesday. KRON4 beforehand reported that Peterson Harter, proprietor of Sandy’s, claimed he was punched within the face exterior of his retailer.

Harter, who had a black eye and a lower on his brow when chatting with KRON4, stated he was making an attempt to cease the person from urinating on the shop’s trash cans when he was punched on July 19.

“I like the neighborhood that we’re in and I don’t stand for one thing like that,” stated Harter, whose New Orleans-inspired eatery is at 1457 Haight St. “I’m not gonna simply let issues go on this neighborhood. That’s not who I’m. And so I known as him out on it and I used to be strolling again and he simply hit me within the face.”

SFPD recognized 30-year-old Irvin Lara Rivera because the suspect. On Saturday, Rivera was seen within the space of 18th Road and San Carlos Road.

He was arrested for battery with critical accidents and two arrest warrants.

In an interview with KRON4 after the assault, Harter stated he doesn’t need his assailant to go to jail. He’d favor they full group service to present again to the group.

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