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Bernal Heights Rec Center and Bernal Heights Library
500 Moultrie Street @ Jarboe Ave.National Night Out (www.natw.org), in its 32nd year, is designed to get neighbors out on a summer evening so they can meet each other, police and fire personnel, local organizations, and merchants – all with the goal of promoting community safety.FREE BBQ dinner
Arts & crafts
GiveawaysSafety resources & More!Please save the date and spread the word! For more information, email Sarah Rogers at email@example.com.Arrests:
12:48am Persia/Mission Stolen VehicleIngleside Officers Billings and Officer Defilippo were on routine patrol when they spotted a vehicle stopped on Mission. A computer inquiry revealed that it was a stolen vehicle. A request was made for additional units to aid with the occupied stolen vehicle A felony stop was initiated and the driver was taken into custody without incident. The driver claims that he was borrowing his friend’s car. However, the vehicle was reported stolen by the owner. The suspect was booked for the above crimes. Report Number: 150575111Serious Incidents:12:00pm 200 Blk Holladay Hot ProwlIngleside Officers Da La Cruz and Hopkins were dispatched to a residence regarding a burglary. Upon arrival, they made contact with the victim. The victim stated she just arrived from the grocery store when she might have dropped her keys opening the door to her residence. Later on, when she was taking a shower, she heard people inside her residence. She called out and spotted a male suspect by her front door. He quickly ran away. A neighbor came forward and spoke with the officers with some information regarding a suspicious individual earlier that morning. He observed two males peeking into vehicles around the neighborhood. He observed one of the suspects holding a screw driver. Later on in the evening, dispatch received another call from the female victim. She noticed her laptop was missing. Report Number: 15057279710:00pm Edinburgh/Excelsior Agg. AssaultIngleside Officers Wells and Dilag responded to a call regarding various victims who had been shot with a paintball gun. Contact was made with the victims. The first victim explained that he was walking on the sidewalk with his friend when a gold colored sedan drove past them. The vehicle circled the block and a suspect within the vehicle started shooting at them with a paintball gun. The victims both start running. However, the suspects followed them and continued shooting. The vehicle then drove off. Officers spoke with the second victim who provided the same story. They observed paint markings on right side temple of the second victim. He appeared to be asking questions concerning a burrito and where his house was located. Officers feared he might be suffering from a head injury and requested an ambulance on scene. He was provided aid, but refused transportation to hospital. Officers searched the area for the suspects and suspect vehicle to no avail. Report Number: 150574862Vehicle and Other Incidents:0:01am 100 Blk Bocana Stolen Vehicle3:45am Alemany/Cayuga Traffic Collision9:45am 400 Blk Hazelwood Burglary11:07am Unit Blk Alpha Recovered Vehicle11:30am 4900 Blk Mission Fraud11:46am 100 Blk Whipple Recovered Vehicle12:00pm 100 Blk Flood Personation2:27pm Evelyn/Del Vale Traffic Collision2:57pm 4900 Blk Mission Warrant4:10pm 1200 Blk Alemany Warrant4:27pm Mission/Persia Theft7:00pm 500 Blk Chenery Vandalism9:45pm Niagara/San Jose Recovered Vehicle11:00pm Bayshore/Sunnydale Recovered Vehicle11:35pm 3100 Blk Mission VandalismBurglaries with suspect description:No Incidents to Report.http://www.inglesidepolicestation.com