Incident Date:Monday, April 17th, 2017The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held at the Glenn Eagles Golf Course at McLaren Park located at 1200 Sunnydale Avenue on Tuesday, May 16, 2017 at 7 p.m. There will be light refreshments available to those who come to the meeting. All are welcome to attend.We hope to see you there!
Arrests:4:29am Mission & Allison Stolen VehicleA pursuit of two car thieves resulted in an officer receiving a significant injury. It began when a resident on Foote Avenue called dispatch saying he had observed two men stealing his older gold Honda Accord, a model that is a prime object for car thieves. Dispatch broadcast a description of the stolen car and Ingleside Officers Ortega and Cagney spotted the Honda headed Northbound on Alemany Blvd. The pair radioed dispatch and followed the Honda before activating their emergency lights and siren at Mt. Vernon and Mission. The thieves, seeing and hearing the pursuing officers, sped away at high rate of speed but the wet roadway thwarted their escape. The Honda spun out at Mission and Allison Streets and stopped with the officer’s patrol car now facing the front of the Honda. Officer Ortega opened the front driver’s door of the patrol car believing the suspects were about to flee on foot. However, instead of bolting out of the car, the Honda driver accelerated into the door of the patrol car pinning Officer Ortega’s leg between the door and the door jam. The suspect then fled in the Honda. Officer Ortega pushed the patrol car’s accelerator to free his leg, and then took off in pursuit, along with his partner Cagney, finally apprehending the suspect on the unit block of Ottawa Avenue. The suspect, during the chase, had discarded several items including burglary tools used to break into and steal vehicles. Officer Ortega, after the arrest, was transported to the hospital for treatment of his crushed shin. The Honda was returned to its owner. The suspect was also wanted on an outstanding warrant out of San Francisco. Report number: 170313509Serious Incidents:1:30am Mission & Geneva RobberyIngleside Officers Trumpp, Zhao, and other units were dispatched to Geneva and Mission to investigate an armed robbery. The victim told the officers he was standing at the intersection when three suspects approached him, one holding a gun, and demanded money. Fearing for his safety, the victim surrendered his cell phone and a significant amount of cash. The victim then ran to a nearby bar and called police. Report number: 170313418Vehicle and Other Incidents:07:00am Edinburgh/Amazon Hit and Run08:58am 100 Blk Italy Recovered Vehicle10:18am 500 Blk Holly Park Fraud10:55am Sunnydale/Schwerin Hit and Run11:30am San Jose/30th Street Hit and Run12:09pm 600 Blk La Grande Recovered Vehicle02:00pm Unit Blk Canyon Drive Hit and Run03:20pm 3300 Blk Mission Shoplifting05:10pm 3300 Blk Mission Shoplifting05:10pm 1800 Blk Sunnydale Arson08:42pm 1500 Blk Sunnydale Theft from Building09:00pm 50 Phelan Avenue Burglary10:18pm Alemany/Crescent Traffic Collision
Friday, April 21, 2017
Posted by SFPD Ingleside Station at 9:16 AM
Incident Date:Sunday, April 16th, 2017The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held at the Glenn Eagles Golf Course at McLaren Park located at 1200 Sunnydale Avenue on Tuesday, May 16, 2017 at 7 p.m. There will be light refreshments available to those who come to the meeting. All are welcome to attend.We hope to see you there!
Arrests:There are no arrests to report.Serious Incidents:There are no serious incidents to report.Vehicle and Other Incidents:01:44am Unit Blk Topaz Recovered Vehicle08:00am 200 Blk Putnam Vandalism to Property12:14pm 4700 Blk Mission Warrant Arrest01:06pm Mission/France Traffic Violation Arrest05:05pm Mission/Bosworth Hit and Run07:46pm 100 Blk Dublin Assault08:00pm Cayuga/Theresa Stolen License Plate
Posted by SFPD Ingleside Station at 9:04 AM
Thursday, April 20, 2017
Incident Date:Saturday, April 15th, 2017The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held at the Glenn Eagles Golf Course at McLaren Park located at 1200 Sunnydale Avenue on Tuesday, May 16, 2017 at 7 p.m. There will be light refreshments available to those who come to the meeting. All are welcome to attend.We hope to see you there!
Arrests:9:53am Ocean & Phelan D.U.IIngleside Officers Hoge and Padilla, on routine patrol, spotted a late model Volkswagen GTI stopped in the middle of Ocean Avenue. The officers approached the VW and asked the driver if he needed help. The driver responded that his car’s battery was dead. The officers also spotted an open large container of beer. Hoge and Padilla asked the driver to exit the car and he complied. Suspicious about the beer, the officers requested the driver take a roadside sobriety test. He did consent and he failed. A breath analysis showed a blood alcohol level above the legal limit. The suspect was arrested and transported to the County Jail for booking. Report number: 170310602Serious Incidents:12:07am 1600 Block Geneva Shooting into DwellingA “shots fired” call sent Ingleside Officers McCall and Lozano to a residence where the home owner pointed out to the officers a bullet hole in his front window. He told the officers that he was kitchen when he heard a noise from the front window. He went downstairs and found that a bullet had been fired through his front window and front curtain. No one was injured and the Ingleside Station Investigative team was notified of the incident. Report number: 170308027Vehicle and Other Incidents:07:37am 1900 Blk Alemany Burglary09:15am 5000 Blk Mission Recovered Vehicle10:00am 100 Blk Alemany Fraud01:20pm Persia/Ocean Traffic Collision01:40pm 2000 Blk San Jose Theft from Vehicle03:50pm 800 Blk Silver Theft from Vehicle04:30pm Cayuga/Ocean Stolen Vehicle06:00pm 100 Blk College Stolen Vehicle07:20pm Unit Blk Brookdale Recovered Vehicle07:29pm Unit Blk John Young Ln Threats07:45pm 3800 Blk Mission Vandalism to Property08:00pm Unit Blk Castillo Assault08:05pm 3300 Blk Mission Warrant Arrest08:30pm Mission/San Juan Theft
Posted by SFPD Ingleside Station at 10:53 AM
Incident Date:Friday, April 14th, 2017We hope to see you there!
Arrests:There are no arrests to report.Serious Incidents:10:00am 1800 Blk. Felton Hot Prowl BurglaryA report of a home burglary sent Ingleside Sgt. Yesitis and Officers Gomez, Glover, Chew, Elliston and Cvetovac to investigate. When the officers arrived they found one of the victim’s sitting on a couch with injuries to his eyes and other parts of his face. The officers summoned medical assistance and interviewed the victim while waiting for their arrival. He told the officers that he was sleeping in his bedroom at a downstairs in-law unit when he was awakened by two suspects wearing black masks. The suspects demanded money. When the victim said he didn’t have any, they started hitting him several times with their fist. Then, while one suspect held the victim down, the other suspect ransacked the bedroom taking a small amount of cash before escaping. The homeowner returned home and told the officers he found the front door broken and all the upstairs bedrooms ransacked. Report number:170305829Vehicle and Other Incidents:01:01am 200 Blk Baltimore Recovered License Plate01:30am Unit Blk Lapham Stolen Vehicle07:17am Monterey/Plymouth Traffic Collision08:56am Mission/College Terrace Hit and Run09:15am San Bruno/Wilde Battery10:19am 2300 Blk Diamond Recovered Vehicle01:25pm 3300 Blk Mission Battery04:05pm 200 Blk Chenery Warrant Arrest06:18pm 100 Blk Leland Battery10:28pm Mission/Concord No Driver’s License Issued
Posted by SFPD Ingleside Station at 8:31 AM
Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Incident Date:Thursday, April 13th, 2017We hope to see you there!
Arrests:8:13pm Teresita & Foerster Warrant ArrestTwo observant Ingleside officers spotted a suspect wanted on several theft, vehicle code, and narcotics warrants out San Francisco, San Mateo, and Santa Clara Counties and who was also on active probation with a search condition. Ingleside Officers Carew and Lee saw the suspect standing outside a vehicle that had three occupants including the suspect’s young child inside. The officers stopped their patrol car approached the suspect and placed him in custody. The officers inspected the car and found a significant quantity of methamphetamine hidden between the seats of the car. The narcotics were confiscated and the suspect was taken to Ingleside station and booked for the outstanding warrants. Report number: 170304279Serious Incidents:1:20am 300 Blk. Delano RobberyA man returned home after picking up “takeout” was suddenly approached by three armed men wearing ski masks and black hoodies. The three, holding semi-automatic pistols, asked the victim for his wallet. When he didn’t comply, one of the suspects reached into his pocket and took his wallet before another suspect struck the victim on the head with the pistol causing a serious injury. The suspects then ran away and the victim was driven to St. Luke’s Hospital by a family member for treatment. Later that morning he went to Ingleside Station and reported the crime to Police Services Aid Dugan. Report number: 1703024556:02am 100 Blk. Tucker RobberyIngleside Officers Elliston and Cvetovac were dispatched to a report of an armed robbery. When they arrived the victim told the officers that he was standing outside his parked car when he noticed a Toyota pickup driving west bound. He didn’t pay much attention until the Toyota driver made a U-Turn and drove back to his home, stopped, got out holding a gun and demanded money. When the victim said he didn’t have any money, the suspect demanded his wallet. Fearing for his life, the victim surrendered the wallet and the suspect got back into the Toyota and drove east on Tucker. Report number: 1703019809:30am Unit Blk. Madison Hot Prowl BurglaryA disturbing incident for any homeowner and pet owner. The victim told Ingleside Officers Ocreto and Alioto that she left for work in the morning and received a call that same afternoon from an unknown man who found her dog wandering the neighborhood. Her pet dog had her phone number on its collar. The victim told the Good Samaritan to return the dog to her home which he did. The victim then received another call from the same person who said he found her gate and the front door to her home open and her front window smashed. The victim returned home and found several rooms ransacked with jewelry and cash missing. Other residents of the home were contacted and returned home to find the same circumstances in their part of the residence. The officers concluded the burglar entered the residence by smashing the front window and escaped out the front door. Report number: 1703034811:30pm 100 Blk. Congdon Hot Prowl BurglaryIngleside Sgt. Sullivan, while on patrol, noticed three men exiting the backyard of a nearby home. He then observed the suspects hanging out near a fire hydrant across the street from the home. Sgt. Sullivan watched as the suspects walked to a nearby parked car. The Sergeant exited his patrol car and approached the suspects who, seeing the Sgt., fled on foot towards Alemany Blvd. Ingleside Officers Perealta and Williams arrived and the three officers went to the home where the owner found that the suspects had entered the residence through a downstairs kitchen window and exited the home through a back door. Initial inspection found nothing missing from the home. Report number: 170303005Vehicle and Other Incidents:12:09pm Unit Blk Burnside Recovered Vehicle03:24pm Monterey/Circular Traffic Violation Arrest04:05pm Unit Blk John Young Ln. Dog Bite05:00pm 1500 Blk Treat Theft from Vehicle05:16pm 200 Blk Nevada Warrant Arrest05:52pm Unit Blk Brumiss Terrace Threats06:30pm 4100 Blk San Bruno Theft from Vehicle07:30pm 2800 Blk Folsom Vandalism to Vehicle
Posted by SFPD Ingleside Station at 2:52 PM
Incident Date:Wednesday, April 12th, 2017We hope to see you there!
Arrests:6:40pm 700 Blk. San Jose TheftThe call came in to dispatch of a man attacking another man with a crowbar. Ingleside Officers Marshall, Padilla, Scott, Mendiola, Beltran, and Hardy were dispatched and found one of the men on the ground and another in his nearby truck. The man in the truck told the officers that he was home when he noticed the other man sitting on his neighbor’s front steps. The first man told his wife to call police while he went outside to investigate. He found the man sitting on his neighbor’s step breaking open a package that was delivered and left on the neighbor’s steps. When the suspect saw the neighbor, he dropped the package and ran away. The neighbor chased him to the unit block of Kingston Street where he took out a crowbar from his truck and yelled “get on the ground”. The suspect complied and both waited for police to arrive. The neighbor signed a citizen’s arrest form and the suspect was placed in custody. A search of the suspect’s clothing revealed cocaine, methamphetamine, and a pipe to smoke both narcotics. Report number: 1703010057:40pm 300 Blk. Monterey RobberyA pregnant woman walking home was brutally attacked by a group of juveniles. The victim told Ingleside Officers Wells, Anton-Buzzard, and Dito that she saw the suspects walking toward her and felt uneasy. When they approached, one of the suspects punched her in the face with a closed fist causing her to fall to the ground. While on the ground the suspects searched through her pockets taking her keys. They only stopped their attack when she yelled that she was pregnant. The officers called for medical assistance and then searched the surrounding area where the suspects were located and placed in custody on Joost Street. All of them were charged with Robbery and transported to the Juvenile Justice Center for booking. Report number: 170301269Serious Incidents:6:10am 800 Blk. Huron RobberyA man walked into Ingleside Station to report a robbery. He told PSA Bruce that he was getting into his car in his driveway to go to work when an unknown suspect appeared and prevented him from closing the car door. The suspect pulled up his shirt, revealing a gun, and demanded the car keys. The victim declined his demand saying, “No, I need my car to go to work”. The suspect then said, “Well, give me your wallet”. Again, the victim said no he needed his driver’s license. The victim then pulled $100 cash from the wallet and gave it to the suspect. But the suspect wasn’t appeased saying, “Do you have more?” The victim showed him an empty wallet and the suspect then ran away north on Huron towards Laura. Report number: 17030072212:20pm 100 Blk. St. Mary’s Ave. RobberyIngleside Officers Archilla, Burke, and Lt. Yee were dispatched to a report of a street robbery. The victim told the officers that a short time before they arrived she was walking West on St. Mary’s Avenue when an unknown suspect ran up behind her and pushed her to the ground. When she tried to stand up, the suspect took her purse from her shoulder and ran to a waiting car that sped east on St. Mary’s avenue. The victim, who suffered abrasions to her knees, refused medical attention. The loss, beside the purse, were credit and identification cards. Report number: 1703001081:30pm 300 Blk. Justin Hot Prowl BurglaryA new mother, at home with her baby boy, heard footsteps upstairs which concerned her. She knew that everyone else in the home was either at school or at work. Shortly, thereafter, she heard a loud bang at her door and opened it to see an unknown man wearing a grey hoodie stick his head through the door and looked at her. The suspect then turned around and went to the garage and the victim and her young son ran outside to her car and called police. Ingleside Officers Paras, Zubko, Mora, Naser, Sgt. Martin, and Lt. Yee arrived to investigate. The, officers along with residents, found the upstairs rooms in disarray and money and jewelry missing. Report number: 17029990911:30pm 100 Blk. 29th Street CarjackingA man squeezing into a tight parking space was the victim of a carjacking. He told Ingleside Officers Hermosura and Dilag that he parked his Honda at the curb and got out, with the engine running, to make sure he wasn’t blocking any driveways. He then heard an unknown man shout, “Hey, that’s my car”, and turned around to see the suspect holding a silver pistol to his face. The victim turned and ran away. He told the officers, during his escape, he heard his car engine revving and assumed the thief was having trouble with a “stick” shift car. Besides the car he also lost his cell phone which was in the vehicle. He was able to track his phone to Valley and Dolores Street before it was turned off. Officers Hermosura and Dilag went to the intersection and found the Honda, but not the phone. Report number: 170301792Vehicle and Other Incidents:06:00am 500 Blk Lisbon Restraining Order Violation08:00am 900 Blk Hamilton Burglary09:00am 500 Blk Portola Fraud10:10am Tompkins/Andover Hit and Run10:36am Unit Blk Congo Stolen Vehicle11:30am Highland/Mission Traffic Collision11:40am Unit Blk Sparta Recovered Vehicle12:52pm Leland/Cora Warrant Arrest03:30pm Addison/Diamond Heights Theft from Vehicle05:20pm 1500 Blk Sunnydale Battery05:44pm 200 Blk Hahn Recovered Vehicle06:16pm 400 Blk Los Palmos Fraud07:30pm 300 Blk Madison Stolen Vehicle
Posted by SFPD Ingleside Station at 1:13 PM
Tuesday, April 18, 2017
Incident Date:Tuesday, April 11th, 2017The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held in the Ingleside Police Station Community room on Tuesday, April 18, 2017 at 7p.m. There will be light refreshments available to those who come to the meeting. All are welcome to attend.We hope to see you there!
Arrests:7:07pm 100 Blk. Dublin Warrant ArrestThree experienced Ingleside officers, Officers Lustenberger, Barajas, and Jensen, well versed on the narcotics trade in the neighborhood, spotted an older Chrysler Pacifica leaving a familiar address on Dublin Street. The officers followed the Chrysler for a short distance before activating their emergency lights. The driver made a furtive stop on the 200 block of Naples Street, before taking off at a high rate of speed. The three officers radioed for backup and pursued the vehicle. During the pursuit, a rear door on the Chrysler opened and one of the occupants tumbled out and began to run away. Officer Barajas jumped out of the patrol car pursued and then captured the occupant after a short chase. Lustenberger and Jensen were able to capture the driver and passenger when the suspects finally stopped their vehicle in the 700 block of Madrid. The first suspect, who jumped from the car in attempt to escape, was wanted on an active warrant from a San Francisco court. He was arrested for the warrant. The driver of the vehicle was unlicensed and was on active probation. Report number: 170294602Serious Incidents:1:00pm Bayshore & Visitacion RobberyAn elderly woman waiting for the bus, was attacked and robbed. The victim told Ingleside Officers Ocreto and Alioto that an unknown man walked up behind her and shoved her with both hands. The victim stumbled and almost fell. Then the suspect grabbed the shopping bag and the two, victim and suspect, struggled for control before the bag ripped and the contents fell to the ground. The suspect then grabbed the victim’s wallet and escaped southbound on Bayshore Blvd. The victim refused medical attention but both Ocreto and Alioto, because of frail condition and slow gait, had to help her to the radio car. Report number: 170296529Vehicle and Other Incidents:12:24am Alemany/Geneva Traffic Violation Arrest02:30am 5200 Blk Mission Vandalism to Property03:44am 1500 Blk Church Burglary08:00am Marsily/Bosworth Recovered Vehicle08:43am San Jose/St. Marys Traffic Violation Arrest08:48am 300 Blk Bosworth Recovered Vehicle10:52am Unit Blk Costa Burglary11:30am 700 Blk Gates Stolen Vehicle11:55am 400 Blk Myra Recovered Vehicle12:20pm Diamond/Diamond Heights False Vehicle Registration02:57pm 3300 Blk Mission Shoplifting03:00pm 200 Blk Cordova Stolen and Recovered Vehicle03:25pm 3300 Blk Mission Warrant Arrest04:00pm Evelyn/Juanita Hit and Run04:57pm Chenery/Fairmount Stolen License Plate08:00pm 400 Blk Holly Park Circle Vandalism to Vehicle10:39pm 100 Blk Parque Warrant Arrest
Posted by SFPD Ingleside Station at 3:24 PM