Sunday's tragic suicide at the hands of Mission Station police officers was not the only officer-involved shooting the San Francisco Police Department was contending with that day — according to a department spokesperson, earlier Sunday, an officer shot at an unarmed man while responding to a burglar alarm that had gone off near Union Square.

SFPD spokesperson Sergeant Monica MacDonald says that at 8:40 a.m. Sunday, police were called to an apartment building on the 400 block of Mason Street, which is between Geary and Post Streets, on reports that a burglar alarm was ringing.

According to MacDonald, as officers were searching the building, an unarmed man "came toward" one of the officers, Bay City News reports via KTVU. According to SF Weekly, the man came from "out of nowhere," Officer Albie Esparza says.

Perhaps this suddenly-appearing man startled one of San Francisco's finest? In any case, the officer fired at the man, MacDonald says. The cop's shot missed, however, and the man was uninjured.

He was, however, arrested at the scene, MacDonald says, and arrested on what SF Weekly describes as "various charges."

The shooting, MacDonald says, "remains under investigation."

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