Incident Date:Sunday, February 7th, 2016The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held in the Ingleside Police Station Community room on Tuesday, February 16, 2016 at 7p.m. There will be light refreshments available to those who come to the meeting. All are welcome to attend. Thank you.Arrests:1:25am 30th/Mission VandalismA witness flagged down Ingleside Officers Toomey and Glenn telling them that he witnessed a man penning graffiti on a nearby bus stop. The officers found the suspect less than a block away. In his pockets were several pens and etching tools used to vandalize property. He was also wanted on an outstanding warrant for driving with a suspended license. He was taken to Ingleside Station and booked for the vandalism and the outstanding warrant. Report number: 160111084Serious Incidents:No Incidents to Report.Vehicle and Other Incidents:12:01am 5100 Blk Mission Battery01:33am Dolores/27th Street Hit and Run11:05am Unit Blk Richland Fraud11:16am 600 Blk Visitacion Attempted Burglary01:30pm 200 Blk Talbert Battery02:20pm 3300 Blk Mission Shoplifting03:20pm San Jose/Liebig Battery03:58pm Bosworth/Diamond Hit and Run05:43pm 700 Blk Portola Shoplifting09:30pm Unit Blk Tucker Stolen Vehicle10:05pm Mission/Cesar Chavez Vandalism to VehicleBurglaries with suspect description:No Incidents to Report.
Friday, February 12, 2016
Posted by SFPD Ingleside Station at 1:10 PM
Incident Date:Saturday, February 6th, 2016The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held in the Ingleside Police Station Community room on Tuesday, February 16, 2016 at 7p.m. There will be light refreshments available to those who come to the meeting. All are welcome to attend. Thank you.Arrests:4:49am 1400 Blk Guerrero Vehicle BurglaryA homeowner heard the sound of breaking glass coming from the street outside. He looked out his front window and saw a strange man reaching into the broken window of a Nissan parked out front. The witness called police and the suspect walked a few feet away from the car. Before Ingleside Officers Dilag and Elizondo arrived the suspect, using a flashlight, went back to the Nissan and took several other items from the interior. Hearing the sirens of approaching police vehicles, the suspect then started walking away only to be stopped by arriving police. In his pockets were several items taken from the car along with a glass pipe, a small box of crystal meth, and a ceramic spark plug used to break into vehicles. The suspect was charged with possession of burglary tools, burglary, and narcotics violations. Report number: 160108821Serious Incidents:3:11pm Unit Blk Leland RobberyA woman walked into Ingleside Station and told Police Services Aid Cato that she was robbed of cash while depositing a check at a bank ATM. The victim said she was pushed aside before she could finish the transaction. The woman told the intruder, “Hey, I wasn’t finished”. He ignored her and withdrew $480 before turning around and running to a waiting vehicle. The bank cancelled her ATM card and issued a new one and promised to refund her stolen funds. Report number: 160109998Vehicle and Other Incidents:01:05am Mission/Trumbull Hit and Run08:00am 400 Blk Peru Burglary09:30am 900 Blk Goettingen Recovered Vehicle02:30pm 300 Blk Edinburgh Battery03:00pm 400 Blk Flood Stolen Vehicle03:50pm 4100 Blk Mission Warrant Arrest03:50pm 2200 Blk Bayshore Warrant ArrestBurglaries with suspect description:No Incidents to Report.
Posted by SFPD Ingleside Station at 8:37 AM
Thursday, February 11, 2016
Incident Date:Friday, February 5th, 2016The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held in the Ingleside Police Station Community room on Tuesday, February 16, 2016 at 7p.m. There will be light refreshments available to those who come to the meeting. All are welcome to attend. Thank you.Arrests:10:21pm 4200 Blk Mission Attempted RobberyA patron at a tavern got into an argument with another man. One of the bar’s armed security guard told the two to separate and calm down or they would be escorted out of the establishment. One of the patrons became belligerent and the security guard, along with a colleague, started escorting the suspect out of the establishment. As they neared the door, the patron became belligerent and tried to wrestle one of the security guard’s weapon from his holster. There was a struggle that finally ended when the guard was able to use his pepper spray on the suspect. The patron was escorted out of the bar and held until Ingleside Officers Hackard and Tweedy arrived to place him in custody. Report number: 160108069Serious Incidents:1:32pm Unit Blk Mateo Hot Prowl BurglaryA woman was sitting at her desk looking out her backyard window when she saw a man jump over her fence into her backyard and then over another fence into a neighbor’s yard. For an unknown reason she didn’t call police. About an hour later she heard unusual noises coming from her bathroom window. She went to investigate and saw the same suspect open the bathroom window, stick his head inside and smiled at her before jumping over the fence and back onto Bemis Street. The woman told Ingleside Officers Ocreto and Zasly that she was frightened for her life, especially after she realized that her bathroom window was unlocked. Report number: 1601066213:20pm 100 Blk Peru Hot Prowl BurglaryA man was home taking a shower in the bathroom when he noticed a light go on in his bedroom. Thinking it was a family member he continued bathing until he heard unusual noises coming from the bedroom. He quickly exited the shower, put on some clothes, and heard an unknown man hurriedly leaving his bedroom. He saw that several drawers were open in the bedroom and an IPhone missing from his dresser. Other bedrooms in the home were also ransacked with several items stolen. Ingleside Officers Hopkins and Pacchetti responded and found the window screen missing and the blinds damaged in one bedroom. Report number: 160106875Vehicle and Other Incidents:08:28am 1700 Blk Geneva Burglary10:00am 50 Phelan Avenue Theft from Building10:00am 400 Blk Lisbon Stolen Vehicle10:35am 600 Blk Athens Recovered Vehicle11:00am 400 Blk Monterey Fraud12:50pm Unit Blk Heritage Fraud03:00pm 200 Blk Munich Fraud04:00pm 100 Blk Bronte Hit and RunBurglaries with suspect description:No Incidents to Report.
Posted by SFPD Ingleside Station at 9:53 AM
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Incident Date:Thursday, February 4th, 2016Arrests:11:38am 3300 Blk Mission Counterfeit MoneyA store clerk told Ingleside Officers Hopkins and Pacchetti that a customer paid for items with two $100 bills that “felt silky and looked old”. The clerk called his manager who called police. The officers interviewed the customer who told them that he paid for the items with legitimate $100 bills after the clerk told him that the first bills he gave him were counterfeit. The customer claimed he got the bills from a pawn shop after selling several items. A search of the suspect’s clothing revealed a quantity of heroin and methamphetamine. He was taken to Ingleside Station and booked on several charges.Report number: 160102566Serious Incidents:10:44am 600 Blk Portola RobberyA man walked into a local business and reached around to his back waistband producing a silver revolver. He told the clerk to fill a plastic bag with all the money which she did before he ran away. Ingleside Officers Wong, Chang and other units responded and searched the surrounding area for the suspect without success. The Ingleside Station Investigative Team has been assigned the case. Report number: 160102425Vehicle and Other Incidents:02:00am 100 Blk Farnum Stolen Vehicle10:20am Seminole/Cayuga Recovered Vehicle10:41am 5500 Blk Mission Fraud12:11pm 1000 Blk Athens Recovered Vehicle12:26pm 3100 Blk Mission Fraud12:38pm Gates/Powhattan Fraud03:40pm Mission/Onondaga Battery04:48pm 4100 Blk Mission Recovered Vehicle05:30pm Mission/Theresa Hit and Run07:00pm 300 Blk Park Stolen Vehicle07:04pm 600 Blk San Jose Vandalism to Vehicle07:20pm 5600 Blk Mission Hit and Run09:00pm 500 Blk Vienna Threats09:00pm 100 Blk San Ramon BurglaryBurglaries with suspect description:No Incidents to Report.
Posted by SFPD Ingleside Station at 11:34 AM
Incident Date:Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016Arrests:2:25pm 4900 Blk Mission Concealed WeaponOne of the easiest ways to capture the attention of a police officer is to drive a car without license plates. On this afternoon, one motorist caught the attention of Ingleside Officers Suguitan and Mbeleke Eteti who found themselves traveling behind an older Oldsmobile Royale. The officers activated their emergency lights and watched as the driver stopped in a nearby parking lot. The motorist told the officers he left his license at home and, instead, produced a California ID. A computer check revealed that the license he left at home, if that story was true, was suspended six years ago. The driver was also on parole for vehicle theft. A search of his clothing revealed three “shuriken throwing stars”, which sharp weapons designed to severely injure people. The suspect was taken to Ingleside Station and booked on a variety of charges. Report number: 1600998887:12pm Geneva/Santos Stolen VehicleA man enlisted a friend and his son to drive to the city recycling center with a U-Haul truck full of unwanted items. All three were supposed to meet up at Geneva and Santos Street. At the meeting place the truck driver went into a nearby store to buy some items. While in the store, he heard the truck start up and drive away. He called police and Ingleside Officers Williams and Johnson, along with several other units, responded to the scene and found the stolen truck a few blocks away. Inside the truck were the truck renter’s friend, who was driving, and his son. Both were arrested at the scene. The suspect was wanted on arrest warrant for failure to appear in court. He also had four bullets attached to his belt. He was taken to Ingleside Station and booked for the warrant, the ammunition, and vehicle theft charges. Report number: 160100899Serious Incidents:4:15am 5400 Blk Mission RobberyTwo employees working at a restaurant were startled by a man wearing a ski mask. The suspect, holding a firearm, asked the employees to direct him to the “big money” in the safe. The frightened and crying victims did what they were told and gave the suspect a substantial amount of cash and coins before calling police. Ingleside Officers Carew and Stark responded and broadcast a description of the suspect. Other Ingleside officers, along with units from other law enforcement agencies have been enlisted to continue the investigation. Report number: 1600985174:53am 3700 Blk Folsom BurglaryA woman entered her garage, preparing to drive to work, and noticed that someone had rifled through her vehicle. She also noticed that several cabinets had also been opened. She surveyed her property and discovered that her work keys and a fair amount of cash was missing. Ingleside Officers Ocreto and Archilla responded and discovered the suspect unlocked the front gate and entered the garage. A neighbor’s security camera caught a picture of the suspect who was riding a hover board with bright blue lights. Report number: 160099797Vehicle and Other Incidents:09:15am Unit Blk Coleridge Theft from Building09:25am Geneva/Cielito Recovered Vehicle09:31am Unit Blk Roscoe Recovered Vehicle02:00pm 50 Phelan Avenue Theft from Vehicle04:30pm 1500 Blk Treat Trespassing05:30pm 5200 Blk Diamond Heights Theft from Vehicle05:30pm 200 Blk Tingley Stolen Vehicle07:00pm 300 Blk Edinburgh Stolen Vehicle07:12pm Geneva/Santos Stolen and Recovered Vehicle08:00pm Burrows/Peru Stolen and Recovered Vehicle10:44pm 5700 Blk Mission Vandalism to PropertyBurglaries with suspect description:No Incidents to Report.
Posted by SFPD Ingleside Station at 6:40 AM
Tuesday, February 9, 2016
Incident Date:Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016Arrests:No Incidents to Report.Serious Incidents:2:15am 4700 Blk Mission RobberyThe offer seemed innocent enough for a woman walking home after a night out. The journey was less than a block. A man walking in the same direction said he lived in the same apartment house and offered to walk with her home. However, before they reached her apartment door, the suspect pushed her to the ground, grabbed her purse, and fled. Ingleside Officer Phillips responded to San Francisco General Hospital to interview the victim. The loss was a purse, Apple IPhone 6, a passport, a paycheck, and an unknown amount of cash. Report number: 160095529Vehicle and Other Incidents:02:58am Congdon/Trumbull Hit and Run08:10am 1200 Blk Geneva Vandalism to Property08:59am Unit Blk Brentwood Theft from Building11:25am 100 Blk Blythdale Theft12:47pm 300 Blk Valley Recovered Vehicle03:15pm Meda/Otsego Stolen License Plate04:30pm 500 Blk Raymond Vandalism to Property06:00pm 3300 Blk San Bruno False Report06:25pm 50 Phelan Avenue Hit and Run07:00pm 400 Blk Arlington Theft from Vehicle07:00pm 4200 Blk Mission Theft from Vehicle07:30pm 50 Phelan Avenue Trespassing09:00pm 100 Blk College BurglaryBurglaries with suspect description:No Incidents to Report.
Posted by SFPD Ingleside Station at 2:27 PM
Thursday, February 4, 2016
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7:40pm 400 Blk. Ellington Aggravated Assault
A neighbor’s dispute resulted in a prolonged struggle between a suspect and two officers. It began when Ingleside officers Fulgado and Tien were flagged down by a man who said his upstairs neighbor was so noisy he hadn’t been able to sleep for the past three days. The officers parked their vehicle and decided to talk to the upstairs neighbor about the complaints. They approached the man who was on his phone and asked him if he would end his phone call so they could talk. The suspect then suddenly and with great force, pushed officer Tien in the chest forcing him to stumble backwards toward a railing. At that time the officers attempted to place the suspect in handcuffs but he violently resisted. Finally, the officers were able to handcuff each of the suspect’s arms to the security gate of his residence. Soon, Ingleside officers Archilla, Nagai, Paras and and Smith arrived to aid in the arrest. When the handcuffs were released from the gate the suspect became violent again and resisted the officers attempt to restrain and arrest him. After a brief struggle, the suspect was placed in custody and driven to Ingleside Station for booking. Report number: 160094725
6:00pm Rolph & South Hill Shooting Into a Vehicle
Two homeowners noticed a man park a Saturn SUV in front of their home. He exited the car and walked away. After waiting a couple of days and noticing the car not being moved, they called police. Ingleside officers Burke and Aiello arrived and found the right front passenger window broken and four bullet holes in the passenger side doors. They also found a single bullet on the front passenger floor of the vehicle. Also inside was a jail identification wristband belonging to the registered owner of the Saturn. The officers showed the homeowners a picture of the owner and they positively identified him as the man they saw park the vehicle and walk away several days prior. The vehicle was towed to impound and the investigation is ongoing. Report number: 160090096
Vehicle and Other Incidents:
7:46am 500 blk London St Stolen vehicle
8:03am Geneva Ave/Athens St Stolen vehicle
8:24am Alemany Blvd/Lawrence Ave Vehicle collision
9:14am Winding Way/Drake St Vehicle collision
9:15am Athens St/Madison St Stolen vehicle
1:39pm Unit blk 29th St Battery
2:20pm Unit blk Phelan Ave Hit & Run collision
3:00pm Oliver St/Brunswick St Hit & Run collision
4:13pm Richland Ave/Mission St Battery
5:18pm Unit blk Persia Ave Battery
5:19pm 100 blk Tingley St Theft from vehicle
6:00pm San Jose Ave/Randall St Warrant arrest
6:43pm Unit blk Mirabel Ave Burglary
7:33pm Sickles Ave/Mission St Vehicle collision
8:21pm Still St/Lyell St Stolen vehicle
10:41pm Mission St/Excelsior Ave Warrant arrest
Burglaries with suspect description:
No Incidents to Report.
Posted by SFPD Ingleside Station at 11:14 AM