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A woman accused of causing a drug-related explosion that injured her and a 12-year-old boy at a home in San Francisco’s Ingleside neighborhood on Tuesday will be arraigned today on several felony charges, a district attorney’s office spokeswoman said. Angelic Cisneros, 33, is accused of causing the blast reported at 8:50 p.m. Tuesday at 1228 Capitol Ave. near Ocean Avenue.
After the fire was quickly put out at the home, investigators were able to determine that a butane tank exploded as drugs were allegedly being manufactured, police said. Following the explosion, Cisneros and the 12-year-old boy transported themselves to a hospital to be treated for burn injuries. The injuries are not life-threatening, but the boy remained hospitalized as of Wednesday night, police said. Police did not immediately release the boy’s relationship to Cisneros.
Prosecutors have charged Cisneros with six felonies — recklessly causing a fire causing bodily injury, causing a fire to a structure, child endangerment, attempting to manufacture a controlled substance, possession of drugs for sale, and having a house used for drug sales and manufacture, district attorney’s office spokeswoman Stephanie Ong Stillman said today.
She was also charged with misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia, a pipe, Stillman said. Cisneros will be arraigned on the charges at the San Francisco Hall of Justice this afternoon.
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