Friday, November 17, 2017

Nov. 13, 2017

               Incident Date:
             Monday, November 13th, 2017


The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held at the Crocker Amazon Park Clubhouse located at 799 Moscow Street on Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at 7 p.m. There will be light refreshments available to those who come to the meeting. All are welcome to attend. Take Note of the new date for the community meeting!

                                             We hope to see you all there!
                        
     

                                 

Arrests:

1:19pm       Geneva & Vienna                   Firearm
Ingleside Officers Barajas, Seavey, Carew, and Jensen were on routine patrol when they spotted four men walking away from Crocker-Amazon Park. The officers recognized one of the men who had two previous arrests for robbery and was on probation with a search condition. The officers followed the four and finally stopped them at Geneva and Vienna Streets. The suspect with the record, and who was on probation, was searched which turned up a hidden firearm. He was arrested and transported to Ingleside Station and booked for the probation violation and for possession of a concealed firearm by a prohibited person. The other three men were released at the scene. Report number: 170925336



Serious Incidents:

There are no serious incidents to report.




Vehicle and Other Incidents:

11:35am           Mission/Guttenburg                  Hit and Run
01:19pm           600 Blk Paris                            Theft from Vehicle
03:30pm           500 Blk Geneva                        Burglary
04:30pm           1700 Blk Church                      Burglary
06:53pm           300 Blk Banks                          Threats
07:00pm           200 Blk Chicago                      Vandalism to Vehicle
08:58pm           200 Blk Addison                      Restraining Order Service
09:12pm           400 Blk Wilde                          Vandalism to Property
11:30pm           2100 Blk Alemany                   Theft from Vehicle




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Nov. 12, 2017

              Incident Date:
             Sunday, November 12th, 2017


The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held at the Crocker Amazon Park Clubhouse located at 799 Moscow Street on Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at 7 p.m. There will be light refreshments available to those who come to the meeting. All are welcome to attend. Take Note of the new date for the community meeting!

                                             We hope to see you all there!
                        
     

                                 
Arrests:

2:51pm       San Jose & Randall                          D.U.I
For the second time this week, Ingleside officers were dispatched to a report of a car on the streetcar tracks at San Jose and Randall. For the second time this week a drunk driver was the cause. Ingleside Officers Mora and Fitzpatrick arrived and found a late model Mazda SUV several yards down San Jose Avenue blocking he streetcar tracks. They also found the driver and her 13 year old daughter nearby. The driver appeared flustered and her speech was slurred. She was unsteady and unable to adequately perform the roadside sobriety test. She agreed to go to Mission Station for a breath alcohol test. The test results showed she had a blood alcohol level more than twice the legal limit. The driver was transported to the County Jail and booked for DUI. Her daughter was picked up by her father. Her car was then towed to impound. Report number: 170923227


5:38pm       4700 Blk. Mission                             Theft
Officers Archilla and Lustenberger were on routine patrol when they spotted two men running across Mission Street through traffic chased by two other men. The four boarded a stopped Muni bus. Archilla and Lustenberger stopped their patrol car and detained all four young men. One of the men said he was having dinner in a nearby restaurant when he got up from the table and went to the bathroom leaving his backpack by the table. When he exited the bathroom and restaurant employee said two men had just taken his backpack and ran outside. The victim and his friend ran after the pair and retrieved the backpack on the bus. The officers arrested the pair of thieves. One was transported to Ingleside Station for booking. The other was taken to the Juvenile Justice Center for booking. Report number: 170923528


8:35pm       3300 Blk. Mission                             Deadly Weapon
Store employees watched warily as a customer was placing items into a shopping bag in the checkout line. The employees told Ingleside Officers Kikuchi and Bailey that they told the suspect to return the items. But instead, they said, she took out a large kitchen knife and threatened the employees before running out of the store. The officers broadcast a description of the woman suspect and she was immediately spotted by Ingleside Officers Wise and Van Zandt at Mission and Cesar Chavez. She was arrested on the spot for brandishing a deadly weapon and driven to Ingleside Station where she was cited and released. Report number: 170924009


11:13pm     Unit Blk. Byron                               Car Burglary
A theft victim tracked his stolen property throughout the city helping police nab the suspect. The Massachusetts victim left a backpack containing and IPad, Bose Music Player, IPod, and luggage in his car parked at 18th and Mission Streets. When he returned to the vehicle he found his car window smashed and some of his belonging missing. He turned on his tracking software which told him the stolen items were somewhere inside an apartment building on the unit block of McAllister Street. He drove there and asked the building security people if he could look at security footage to see if he could spot someone entering with his property. But the security personnel said he would need to be accompanied by a police officer for that to happen. While he was discussing the issue the victim’s cell phone lit up and told him his property was now in the unit block of Byron Street. He drove there and called police. Ingleside Officers McCall and Lozano arrived and accompanied the victim to the suspect’s apartment door. The officers knocked on the door and the suspect opened it. The officers asked for the property and she handed over all that was stolen. The young woman was arrested and held at the scene until the father of her young children arrived to take custody of them. She was then driven to Ingleside Station and booked for theft from a vehicle. Report number: 170924413



Serious Incidents:

There are no serious incidents to report.




Vehicle and Other Incidents:

12:00am           500 Blk London                        Stolen Vehicle
04:00am           4100 Blk San Bruno                 Battery
04:00pm           Pope/Cross                               Stolen Vehicle
06:00pm           300 Blk Madison                     Theft from Building
06:15pm           3300 Blk Mission                     Battery




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Thursday, November 16, 2017

Nov. 11, 2017

             Incident Date:
          Saturday, November 11th, 2017


The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held at the Crocker Amazon Park Clubhouse located at 799 Moscow Street on Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at 7 p.m. There will be light refreshments available to those who come to the meeting. All are welcome to attend. Take Note of the new date for the community meeting!
                                    
                                            We hope to see you all there!
                        
     

                                 
Arrests:

9:25pm       San Jose & Santa Ynez                Reckless Driving
Ingleside Officers Lustenberger and Seavey were leaving the Station when they noticed an older Lexus speeding southbound on San Jose Avenue. The officers followed the driver as he failed to stop properly at the intersection of Santa Ynez and San Jose. The Lexus then took off at over 40mph, above the 25mph speed limit, and finally stopped at the Intersection of San Jose and Santa Rosa Streets. The officers stopped their patrol car next to the Lexus to ask the driver to slow down. But instead of cooperating with the officers, he became belligerent and took off at a high rate of speed. Seavey and Lustenberger radioed for assistance and searched the neighborhood until finally, with the help of Ingleside Officers Wong and Dedet, they found the suspect near Mission and Santa Rosa Streets. He was cited for reckless driving and delaying a police officer from performing his duties. He was cited at the scene and his Lexus was towed to impound. Report number: 170921566


10:45pm     Geneva & Santos                          Concealed Weapon
A woman walked into a store and was stopped by the store clerk. He told the woman she was not allowed in the store because of previous problems. The suspect took out a large kitchen knife and threatened the store clerk. He called police and Ingleside Officers George and Cassinelli arrived. The officers searched the surrounding neighborhood and found the woman walking nearby. She was arrested for carrying a concealed weapon, terrorist threats, and battery of a police officer after she spat at Officer George. Report number: 170921691




Serious Incidents:

11:45am     1400 Blk. Alemany                       Hot Prowl Burglary
A report of a hot prowl burglary prompted dispatch to send Ingleside Officers Ocreto and Fitzpatrick. When the officers arrived they talked to the downstairs tenant who said she opened her front door to see an unknown man standing in the threshold. She didn’t think anything of it believing the young man could be a friend of the upstairs landlord. She didn’t do anything even after she heard footsteps from upstairs knowing her landlord was out of town. However, when she went outside and saw that the garage door had been propped open, she decided to call police. The officers entered the home and discovered other doors had also been forced open. Upstairs they also found rooms in disarray and expensive jewelry, cash, and coins missing. Report number: 170920687


6:30pm       Unit Blk. Navajo                         Hot Prowl Burglary
Another hot prowl burglary sent Ingleside Officers Rodriguez and Chang to a home in the unit block of Navajo Street. The residents told the officers that a suspect or suspects hopped a backyard fence, cut a bottom floor bedroom window bug screen, then opened the unlocked window and stole a purse that was lying on a desk. All this took place while the residents were upstairs eating dinner. The loss was the purse, credit and debit cards, house keys, and paperwork. Report number: 170922586




Vehicle and Other Incidents:

02:30am           600 Blk Excelsior                      Restraining Order Service
06:24am           300 Blk Hanover                       Assault
07:34am           5800 Blk Mission                      Trespassing
12:35pm           Unit Blk Edna                           Warrant Arrest
04:00pm           1800 Blk Sunnydale                  Vandalism to Vehicle
05:49pm           Unit Blk Italy                            Recovered Vehicle
09:00pm           200 Blk Duncan                        Burglary
09:00pm           700 Blk Anderson                     Battery
10:00pm           Navajo/Delano                          Vandalism to Vehicle
10:30pm           Mission/Amazon                       Hit and Run




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Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Nov. 10, 2017

                 Incident Date:
                 Friday, November 10th, 2017


The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held at the Crocker Amazon Park Clubhouse located at 799 Moscow Street on Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at 7 p.m. There will be light refreshments available to those who come to the meeting. All are welcome to attend. Take Note of the new date for the community meeting!


                                             We hope to see you all there!
                        
     

                                 
Arrests:

12:30am     300 Blk. Athens                                Theft
A Lyft customer exited the car at the destination and realized she had left her IPhone 7 in the Lyft driver’s car. A few minutes later, the customer received a message on her mother’s phone saying the person texting had her phone. The text said he would return the phone for a price. The customer offered $100, but the thief texted back he would return it for $350 if she went to a home on the 300 block of Athens Street and leave the $350 in the mailbox. The witness called police and Ingleside Officers Dilag, Sherry and Stoffel drove to the address and knocked on the door of the home. The Lyft driver answered the door and admitted he had the customer’s cellphone. He was cited for grand larceny and theft after the victim signed a citizen’s arrest form. Report number: 170916614


12:54am     Virginia/Prospect                             Stolen Auto
An older Acura, blowing through a stop sign at Bocana and Cortland caught the attention of Ingleside Officers Anton and Mroz. The officers conducted a computer check of the Acura and discovered the Acura was stolen from an address in the City three days before. The officers activated their emergency lights and siren and stopped the driver near Virginia and Prospect. The driver was ordered out of the Acura and place in handcuffs. The vehicle was being operated using a “shaved key” which is a common tool of car thieves. The unlicensed driver was arrested for car theft and transported to Ingleside Station for booking. Report Number: 170911131


3:45pm       100 Blk. Mateo                                Hot Prowl Burglary
Quick police work along with help from workmen, neighbors, and the victim helped Ingleside officers arrest a burglary suspect. The suspect was riding his bicycle past a home construction project when he suddenly jumped off his bike, ran into an open garage, and quickly grabbed two backpacks, containing laptop computers, then ran outside. Two construction workers, parked outside, saw the suspect and alerted the homeowner who was upstairs from the garage. The homeowner chased the suspect, who abandoned his bike, down Mateo and Miguel and eventually to San Jose Avenue where a struggled ensued between the suspect and the homeowner in the middle of the street. The suspect abandoned his stolen property and was still trying to escape when Ingleside Officers Dungca, Calupad, along with Ingleside Captain Hart arrived and placed the suspect in custody. He was driven back to the burglarized home where the two workmen confirmed he was the suspect who stole the backpacks from the garage. He was driven to Ingleside Station and booked for burglary and possession of burglary tools. Report number: 170918193




Serious Incidents:

9:00pm       Valmar Terrace & Peru               Robbery w/Gun
Police were called to investigate a report of an assault and robbery. Ingleside Officers Hardy and Scott arrived on scene and were immediately flagged down by three men. One of the men had severe injuries to his face. The officers radioed for medical assistance and talked to the victims before the ambulance arrived. All three said they were approached by four unknown men who demanded their valuables while pointing firearms at them. The suspects struck the victims several times in the head and body before taking cell phones, credit and debit cards, and a significant amount of cash. The suspects then escaped in an unknown direction. One of the victims was transported to San Francisco General for treatment of his injuries. Report number: 170919044`



Vehicle and Other Incidents:

11:45am           Mission/Santa Rosa                  Traffic Collision
12:27pm           100 Blk Arbor                           Theft
03:35pm           Mission/Persia                          Vandalism to Vehicle
06:00pm           300 Blk Edinburgh                    Stolen Vehicle
06:00pm           2800 Blk Diamond                   Theft from Vehicle
07:20pm           500 Blk San Jose                      Vandalism to Vehicle
07:30pm           Flood/Edna                               Attempted Theft from Vehicle
07:48pm           100 Blk Brazil                          Restraining Order Violation
09:00pm           1700 Blk Sunnydale                 Assault
10:18pm           900 Blk Geneva                        Battery




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Nov. 9, 2017

       Incident Date:
    Thursday, November 9th, 2017


The November community meeting has been CANCELLED.  The next meeting is scheduled for December 19th, 2017 at 7pm, location TBD.  More details to follow soon. 

                                    We hope to see you all there!
                        
     

                                 
Arrests:

3:05pm       Unit Blk. Morse                   D.U.I
Witnesses called dispatch to report that the driver of a 2014 Audi A6 had collided with a parked car which collided with other parked cars and a gate of a nearby residence. Ingleside Officer Dungca and Calupad arrived and found San Francisco Fire Department personnel removing the trapped Audi driver from his car. After removal, the driver was transported to San Francisco General Hospital for treatment. The officers searched the driver’s Audi and found five bottles of Vodka on the passenger floorboard. Three bottles were empty, one was half full, and the other was full. At the hospital, the suspect consented to a blood alcohol test. A phlebotomist arrived and obtained a sample for testing. The suspect was cited for DUI and released into the care of the medical staff who were treating him for acute alcohol withdrawal. Report number: 170915218



Serious Incidents:

1:00am       1600 Blk. Geneva                Arson
Ingleside Officers Hardy and Scott were on routine patrol when they were waved down by several pedestrians who pointed to a car parked nearby. The vehicle’s interior was fully engulfed in flames. The officers called for fire assistance and SFFD Engine 43 arrived soon thereafter and extinguished the blaze. The officers attempted to contact the owner of the Honda, but were unsuccessful. The car was towed to impound and the case was assigned to the Fire Department’s Arson Squad.  Report number: 170913585



Vehicle and Other Incidents:

12:52am           Mission/30th Street                   Hit and Run
05:15am           Unit Blk Cuvier                        Theft from Vehicle
05:18am           100 Blk Valley                          Battery
07:20am           100 Blk Brookdale                    Assault
09:00am           Unit Blk Ervine                         Fraud
10:06am           Mission/Italy                             No Driver’s License Issued
10:15am           100 Blk Lawrence                     Trespassing
11:00am           100 Blk Niagara                        Burglary
11:30am           Unit Blk Tioga                          Burglary
02:44pm           Unit Blk Nahua                         Theft from Vehicle
03:30pm           100 Blk Chilton                         Theft from Vehicle
03:48pm           Mission/Geneva                        Traffic Collision
05:57pm           1600 Blk Alabama                    Recovered Vehicle
06:30pm           100 Blk Montcalm                    Theft from Vehicle
09:20pm           Visitacion/Hahn                        Hit and Run




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Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Nov. 8, 2017

       Incident Date:
  Wednesday, November 8th, 2017


The November community meeting has been CANCELLED.  The next meeting is scheduled for December 19th, 2017 at 7pm, location TBD.  More details to follow soon. 

                                      We hope to see you all there!
                        
     


                                 


Arrests:


12:20am      400 Blk. Vienna            Stolen Vehicle/Marijuana for Sale
Ingleside Officers Cortez and Dedet ran the plate on a Saturn driving south on Moscow Street and discovered the vehicle was reported stolen out of Daly City. The officers requested assistance and pulled the vehicle over near Vienna and Brazil Streets. Inside the stolen car the officers found several juveniles and a significant quantity of marijuana, scales to weigh the product, and a large amount of cash. All the occupants were taken to Ingleside Station. The unlicensed driver was taken to Ingleside Station and later interviewed by San Mateo Police Department detective. He was cited and later released. The other occupants were released to their parents. Report number: 170910672


2:05am       San Jose & Randall        D.U.I       
A report of a traffic collision on the Muni streetcar tracks prompted dispatch to send Ingleside Officers Zhao and Fogarty to investigate. When the officers arrived they found the driver and passenger standing outside their car which was stuck on the tracks. A witness told the officers she observed the driver make a left turn from westbound Randall onto southbound San Jose, but instead of proceeding on the roadway, the driver entered the Muni tracks, struck a light pole, and came to a stop. The woman driver exited the car and stood looking at the damage until Officers Zhao and Fogarty arrived a short time later. The driver, who had blood shot eyes, unsteady gait, and alcohol smell on her breath, told the officers she had only consumed one beer at a Union Street bar that evening. The suspect was given a standard roadside sobriety test and failed each portion of the exam. She agreed to take a breath alcohol test and was driven to the CHP San Francisco office where the exam revealed a blood alcohol level almost three times the legal limit. The suspect was transported to the County Jail and booked for DUI. Report number: 170910876

12:15pm     Visitacion & Mansell      Excessive Speed
Ingleside Officer Fitzpatrick was dispatched to investigate a traffic collision involving a single vehicle. When she arrived on scene she found an older Toyota Camry with severe damage. The unlicensed woman driver told the officer she was fleeing unknown suspects who had fired shots at her. She said she was traveling at a high rate of speed down Mansell when she attempted to make a left turn onto Visitacion and collided with a pole.  She refused medical attention. She also refused medical attention for her young toddler son who was in the car. The driver was cited for excessive speed and released at the scene. Her car was towed to impound. Report number: 170912048




Serious Incidents:

2:30am       2900 Blk. Alemany         Burglary
An audible burglar alarm prompted dispatch to send Ingleside Officers Ferronato, Dedet, Cortez-Cendejas, Anderson, Burke, Lim and Cvetovac to a supermarket on the 2900 block of Alemany. When they arrived they found the store office in disarray with file cabinets open and contents spilled onto the floor. They also found the rear door and front door damaged by the burglars. Store video surveillance revealed four suspects entering, traveling throughout the store, before leaving. The store manager said the only items missing were cigarettes. Store video and other evidence, including clothing belonging to the burglars, was turned over to investigators. Report number: 170911078



Vehicle and Other Incidents:

12:00am           200 Blk Theresa                        Stolen License Plates
12:20am           400 Blk Vienna                         Recovered Vehicle
01:25am           300 Blk Silver                           Hit and Run
04:30am           400 Blk Wilde                          Assault
06:45am           San Jose/Theresa                      Hit and Run
08:00am           2900 Blk Diamond                   Stolen Motorcycle
10:15am           Unit Blk Vista Verde Ct            Burglary
12:59pm           Unit Blk Martha                       Theft from Vehicle
04:15pm           Visitacion/Mansell                    Vandalism to Vehicle
05:12pm           1100 Blk Eugenia                     Recovered Vehicle
06:58pm           Bayshore/Arleta                        Battery
09:25pm           100 Blk Shawnee                      Vandalism to Property



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Nov. 7, 2017

        Incident Date:
      Tuesday, November 7th, 2017


The November community meeting has been CANCELLED.  The next meeting is scheduled for December 19th, 2017 at 7pm, location TBD.  More details to follow soon. 

                                      We hope to see you all there!
                        
   
  

                                 

Arrests:

There are no arrests to report.




Serious Incidents:

There are no serious incidents to report.




Vehicle and Other Incidents:

07:00am           Prague/Brazil                             Stolen Vehicle
07:28am           Mission/29th Street                    No Driver’s License Issued
07:30am           900 Blk Teresita                         Fraud
09:55am           Visitacion/Mansell                     Hit and Run
10:00am           1300 Blk Alemany                     Burglary
10:53am           900 Blk Avalon                          Vandalism to Vehicle
12:46pm           100 Blk Edinburgh                    Battery
01:15pm           Unit Blk Brookdale                   Vandalism to Property
01:15pm           100 Blk Duncan                         Recovered Vehicle
05:15pm           200 Blk Blythedale                    Fraud
07:07pm           300 Blk Alemany                      Suspended Driver’s License
09:03pm           5200 Blk Mission                      Warrant Arrest
09:45pm           5800 Blk Mission                       Battery
10:00pm           800 Blk Jarboe                           Vandalism to Property




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