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Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Haight Woman Finds Stranger Meditating in Her Kitchen

Posted By on Wed, Jan 12, 2011 at 4:57 PM

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Here is case of not disturbing the peace.

A San Francisco woman found an unidentified woman meditating on the kitchen floor of her apartment located near Masonic and Golden Gate Avenues Tuesday evening, police said.

The victim told police that someone rang her doorbell, and because she thought it was her roommate, she buzzed the person inside. After about 10 minutes she came out of her bedroom and saw a woman she did not know sitting cross-legged in her kitchen meditating.

The mediating woman, 31, was not surprisingly calm and nonviolent toward the woman whose domicile she had breached. The victim went back into her room and called the police.

When officers arrived, the suspect claimed she lived at the apartment, but she was unable to provide the address or landlord's name.

The reporting party did not want to press charges so police escorted the woman out.

"We always do encourage people to make sure they know who they are buzzing in," said Sgt. Michael Andraychak.

Meditate on that.

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