Friday, January 19, 2018

Jan. 15, 2018

             Incident Date:
            Monday, January 15th, 2018


The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held at the Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center located at 515 Cortland Avenue on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 at 6 p.m. There will be light refreshments available to those who come to the meeting.  All are welcome to attend. Note the time change to this particular meeting.

                                            We hope to see you all there!         



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Arrests:

2:37pm       3300 Blk. Mission                    Robbery
Two potential shoplifters, a man and a woman, caught the eye of store management. The employees watched as the pair navigated different aisles of the store and then, carrying sound equipment and food items walked out of the store without paying. The manager confronted the pair and was able to retrieve the sound equipment after a physical confrontation. The pair also dropped a shopping bag full of food. The pair then walked away and the manager called police with Ingleside Officers Clayton and Ocreto arriving a short time later. The officers broadcast a description of the suspects and Ingleside Officers Calupad and Dungca found them at 24th and Mission Streets. Both were arrested and brought back to the store where the manager and other employees positively identified them as the shoplifters. Both were arrested and transported to Ingleside Station for booking. Report number: 180039080




Serious Incidents:

3:10pm       San Bruno & Mansell             Robbery w/Force
A Muni rider exited the bus at San Bruno and Mansell and was followed by another passenger. The victim kept walking with the suspect following. When the victim crossed the street the suspect grabbed the victim’s hat and walked away. The victim called police and then entered his car and followed the suspect for a while before losing sight of him on the 4100 block of San Bruno Avenue. Ingleside Officers Naser and Tayliong searched the area for the suspect without success. Report number: 180039143

8:45pm       Tomaso & Sunnydale Ave.     Robbery
A man and woman sitting in a parked car were approached by an unknown suspect. The victim’s told Ingleside Officer Wise that the suspect knocked on the passenger side window and asked for money. The male victim opened the door and told the suspect he didn’t have any money. The suspect then grabbed a gold chain from the male victim’s neck and an IPhone belonging to the woman passenger and quickly walked away. Report number: 180039949




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Jan. 14, 2018

               Incident Date:
               Sunday, January 14th, 2018


The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held at the Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center located at 515 Cortland Avenue on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 at 6 p.m. There will be light refreshments available to those who come to the meeting.  All are welcome to attend. Note the time change to this particular meeting.

                                             We hope to see you all there!         



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In the meantime, we will still send out the old newsletter until many of our faithful subscribers have transitioned over.  Thank you and we hope you enjoy our newsletter.
              
     
    
               
Arrests:

There are no arrests to report.




Serious Incidents:

1:30am       3100 Blk. Mission        Aggravated Assault
Ingleside Officers Mroz and Cagney were dispatched to the emergency room at San Francisco General Hospital to interview a gunshot victim. The man told the officers he was riding in the back seat of his brother’s car, driving north on Mission, when he heard several gun shots. The victim noticed he had been shot in the back and was driven to the hospital for treatment. The victim said he was unsure where the attack took place and that it might have happened in the Mission near Capp Street. Several police officers searched the area and didn’t find any evidence of a shooting. Report number: 180035953


5:00pm       300 Blk. Hearst             Hot Prowl Burglary
A man, on his way to work, noticed his front door ajar. As he walked to his car parked in the driveway he noticed a couple of coat hangers. He told Ingleside Officers Lim and Cvetovac that he walked back into the home to put the hangers back in the closet and noticed two gray sweatshirts, a golf jacket, and a North Face jacket missing. The victim, then locked his front door and went to work. Later that evening he returned home and thought he might find other items stolen from his home around the neighborhood. He looked around the area and recovered a bike helmet and gloves nearby his home. However, his Cannondale bike was gone. Report number: 180038509


7:44pm       300 Blk. College           Robbery
A woman walking down the sidewalk was the victim of a violent robbery. She told Ingleside Officers Espinoza and Mullins that an unknown suspect ran up behind her and pushed her to the ground. He then grabbed her purse and escaped north on College and then east on Justin Drive. The victim suffered lacerations on her face and injuries to her hip, left elbow, and right knee. She was transported to San Francisco General for treatment. The loss was wallet, keys, cosmetics, clothing, and debit cards. The officers recovered surveillance video of the robbery and turned it over to the Ingleside Investigative Team. Report number: 180037608




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Thursday, January 18, 2018

Jan. 13, 2018

                                                        Incident Date:
             Saturday, January 13th, 2018


The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held at the Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center located at 515 Cortland Avenue on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 at 6 p.m. There will be light refreshments available to those who come to the meeting.  All are welcome to attend. Note the time change to this particular meeting.

                                             We hope to see you all there!         



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In the meantime, we will still send out the old newsletter until many of our faithful subscribers have transitioned over.  Thank you and we hope you enjoy our newsletter.
              
     
    
               
Arrests:

9:24pm       800 Blk. Russia                        Resisting Arrest
A fistfight among occupants of a home prompted dispatch to send Ingleside Officers Parker and Stoffel to investigate. When they arrived they found one of the occupants outside who told the officers that he had been drinking and had fought with another resident. The suspect had slurred speech and told the officers that if they left the scene he would resume fighting the other man. The officers placed him in handcuffs and while in restraints tried to attack the other man and also managed to assault one of the officers. He was transferred to the county jail and booked for resisting arrest and public drunkenness. Report number: 180035492


10:32pm     400 Blk. Melrose                    Aggravated Assault
Ingleside Officers Hermosura and Lundy were on routine patrol when they spotted a stolen black Acura, with Florida license plates, double parked in front of an address on the 400 block of Melrose. The officers placed their patrol car approximately 15 feet in front of the Acura facing the front of the vehicle. When the Acura’s driver noticed the patrol officers, he started the Acura and accelerated into the front of the patrol car in an attempt to escape. When he couldn’t move the patrol car, the suspect exited the Acura and ran away only to be apprehended a short time later on the 600 block of Mangles Street. He was arrested at the scene and was transported to San Francisco General Hospital for treatment. Later, he was booked for aggravated assault on a police officer and other crimes before being taken to the county jail. Report number: 180035624




Serious Incidents:

There are no serious incidents to report.






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Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Jan. 12, 2018

                 Incident Date:
                  Friday, January 12th, 2018


The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held at the Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center located at 515 Cortland Avenue on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 at 6 p.m. There will be light refreshments available to those who come to the meeting.  All are welcome to attend. Note the time change to this particular meeting.

                                                We hope to see you all there!         



Ingleside Station has introduced a new and improved newsletter. If you would like to receive the new format, Please subscribe and follow a few easy steps. Go to, www.sfpdinglesidestation.com , then click on “Join our new newsletter” towards the bottom of the page and enter your email address and name. Once you have subscribed, you will receive the next newsletter, which will be published weekly.

In the meantime, we will still send out the old newsletter until many of our faithful subscribers have transitioned over.  Thank you and we hope you enjoy our newsletter.
              
     
           
Arrests:

11:55am     Tomkins & Peralta                     Weapon/Warrant Arrest
A business owner called police asking that they respond to his office. The caller said a man who had chased and threatened him before with a knife a month before was presently parked outside his office. Ingleside Officers Calupad and Dungca responded and found the suspect sitting in a truck parked next to the victim’s place of business. A computer check revealed a warrant for his arrest from San Mateo County. The business owner signed a citizen’s arrest form and the suspect was arrested and booked for exhibiting a weapon and the warrant. Report number: 170998446


10:33pm     Unit Blk. Cotter                         Homicide
Ingleside officers, joined by Ingleside Captain Hart, along with units from Taraval Station arrested a homicide suspect at his home. The actual incident occurred in the Traval and officers tracked the suspect to his house on Cotter Street. The suspect was transferred to the County Jail and the investigation into the crime is continuing. Report number: 180033139




Serious Incidents:

2:08am       5100 Blk. Mission                     Aggravated Assault
A misunderstanding in a bar involving a patron, a woman, and the woman’s boyfriend resulted in a victim being punched several times in the face and shots fired into the air. The victim told Ingleside Officers Fogarty and Zhao that he was punched after the boyfriend accused him of inappropriate contact with his girlfriend. Another man, viewing the fight, took out a firearm and fired several shots into the air. The officers recovered eight bullet casings in the area and a Volkswagen with bullet damage to a window and door was towed to impound. The victim refused medical attention. Report number: 180030765


3:00am       4800 Mission                            Hot Prowl Burglary
A woman awoke to the sounds of banging noises coming from her front door. It was about a half hour after her roommate left for work. The woman then heard the sounds of cabinets being opened and closed in the kitchen next to the bedroom. She woke up her partner who was unconcerned by the noises. The woman then heard footsteps running down the front stairs to the street. Later in the day, the woman woke up to find her front door ajar but nothing missing from inside the home. She told Ingleside Officers Lau and Hardy that the only damage to the home was the front door. Report number: 180032971


12:00noon  200 Blk. Monterey                  Hot Prowl Burglary
A woman asleep in her bedroom woke up to someone shining a flashlight in her eyes. She told Ingleside Officers Lim and Cvetovac that the suspect then ran out of the home through the open garage door. The victim woke up her father upstairs and they looked through the home and found a watch missing and several drawers open in the living room area and the guest bedroom. The officers determined the burglar entered the home through an unlocked garage door. Report number: 180034002


3:54pm       300 Blk. London                      Robbery
A man returned home and found an unknown car parked in front of his home. The victim parked behind the car just as the unknown motorist pulled forward. The victim told Ingleside Officers Suguitan and Park that he got out of his car just as the suspect approached and started a conversation. It wasn’t long before the suspect tried to remove a shoulder bag from the victim. A fight ensued and the suspect pulled out a knife threatening to cut the suspect if he didn’t relinquish his hold on the bag. The victim did and the suspect ran back to his car and drove away. The loss was cash, credit cards, wallet, driver’s license, debit and credit cards. An ambulance arrived and medics treated the victim for several lacerations to his nose, cheek, and left ear. Report number: 180032294


11:27pm     3600 Blk. Mission                   Attempted Robbery
Ingleside Officers Mroz and Cagney responded to a report of an attempted robbery. The victim told the officers he was at his home’s front gate when an unknown suspect grabbed his backpack from behind. The victim screamed his wife’s name while the suspect punched the victim several times in the head. The wife, who was inside the home, looked outside just in time to see the suspect escaping northbound on Mission Street without the victim’s property. Mroz and Cagney offered medical assistance to the victim, but he refused. Report number: 180033208





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Jan. 11, 2018

               Incident Date:
             Thursday, January 11th, 2018


The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held at the Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center located at 515 Cortland Avenue on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 at 6 p.m. There will be light refreshments available to those who come to the meeting.  All are welcome to attend. Note the time change to this particular meeting

                                            We hope to see you all there!          



Ingleside Station has introduced a new and improved newsletter. If you would like to receive the new format, Please subscribe and follow a few easy steps. Go to, www.sfpdinglesidestation.com , then click on “Join our new newsletter” towards the bottom of the page and enter your email address and name. Once you have subscribed, you will receive the next newsletter, which will be published weekly.

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Arrests:

There are no arrests to report.




 Serious Incidents:


11:00pm     900 Blk. Geneva               Battery
A patron eating a late meal at a restaurant was approached by an unknown man who asked the diner to buy him a meal. When the customer refused, the unknown man punched the diner twice in the face and broke the customer’s cell phone, before walking away. The customer refused medical attention when offered by Ingleside Officers Wong and Cortez-Cendejas and walked to his nearby home. Report number: 180033537




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Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Jan. 10, 2018

                 Incident Date:
              Wednesday, January 10th, 2018


The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held in the Ingleside Police Station Community room on Tuesday, January 16, 2018 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 all there!          



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Arrests:

7:19am       Silver & Cambridge               Stolen Vehicle
The first call to police was from a vehicle owner who saw a suspect breaking into her son’s car. The victim called police saying the suspect was taking items from the trunk of the car parked at Silver and Cambridge. Ingleside Officers Tiffer and Gomez, along with several Bayview Station units, responded and, while en-route, learned the suspect had driven away from the scene in an older stolen Honda Accord. The Bayview officers spotted the Honda at Florida and Cesar Chavez. The suspect was arrested at the scene and a search of the vehicle revealed a BB gun, tools used to burglarize vehicles, and a quantity of narcotics. He was transported to Ingleside Station and booked for several crimes. Report number: 180024965


9:58am       100 Blk. Randall                     Stolen Vehicle
An unidentified citizen called police to report a stolen car on the 100 block of Randall Street. Ingleside Officer Phillips responded and found the 2008 Nissan Altima parked with an unknown man inside. His driver’s license was suspended and the car he was driving was stolen three days before from a San Francisco address. A computer search revealed the suspect was on active probation with a search and seizure provision for armed robbery. A search of the car turned up bags of marijuana. He was transported to Ingleside Station and booked for the stolen vehicle and possession of stolen property. Report number: 180019468


12:50pm     Mission & Guttenberg            Narcotics
A man walking across the street against the red light, through heavy traffic, caught the attention of Ingleside Officers Peralta and Wong. The officers stopped the pedestrian to admonish him for putting himself and others in danger and during that discussion, noticed an object under his shirt. The object was a glass pipe used to smoke methamphetamine. The methamphetamine and marijuana were in packages in one of his pockets. He was cited and released at the scene for possession of narcotics and narcotics paraphernalia. Report number: 180025960


8:51pm       4800 Blk. of Mission               Unlicensed Driver
Ingleside Officers Kikuchi and Bailey were on routine patrol when they spotted the oncoming driver of an older Toyota Camry blow through a red light and swerve around a pedestrian crossing the street in a crosswalk. The officers made a U-Turn and pulled up behind the Toyota with their emergency lights on. The driver stopped and the officers asked him for his license. The driver told the officers he left it at home. A computer check revealed that to be a lie. His license was actually revoked almost 10 years ago which didn’t deter him from operating a motor vehicle. The driver was also on probation for vehicle theft. A search of the car revealed a package of marijuana hidden under the front driver’s seat. He was arrested for the vehicle code violations and booked at the county jail. Report number: 180027160



Serious Incidents:

There are no serious incidents to report.





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Jan. 09, 2018

               Incident Date:
               Tuesday, January 9th, 2018


The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held in the Ingleside Police Station Community room on Tuesday, January 16, 2018 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 all there!          



Ingleside Station has introduced a new and improved newsletter. If you would like to receive the new format, Please subscribe and follow a few easy steps. Go to, www.sfpdinglesidestation.com , then click on “Join our new newsletter” towards the bottom of the page and enter your email address and name. Once you have subscribed, you will receive the next newsletter, which will be published weekly.

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Arrests:

There are no arrests to report




Serious Incidents:

12:11am     Monterey & Baden                 Fire
Ingleside Officer George responded to what turned out to be a false alarm about gunshots in the neighborhood and instead found a fully engulfed recreational vehicle. The fire was intense enough that, in addition to notifying dispatch to send fire units, Officer Castro, with help from his Ingleside colleagues, evacuated several nearby residents from their homes. San Francisco Fire units extinguished the blaze and the owner of the RV was taken to San Francisco General Hospital to be treated for smoke inhalation. The owner told officers that he had recently purchased the RV on Craigslist and was having problems with gas lines in the engine compartment. Report number: 180021736


3:30am       1600 Blk. Alemany                 Hot Prowl Burglary
A woman was woken up by her mother in the middle of the night and told her someone left the kitchen light on. The daughter went to the kitchen and discovered the kitchen window open and the curtain rod for the window lying on top of the refrigerator. The door from the kitchen to the garage was also open. She told Ingleside Officers George, Parker, Lozano, McCall and Stoffel that, in the garage, she found her garage door open and the doors and trunks of their two parked car in the garage also open. Items were missing from both vehicles. The officers determined that the burglar or burglars entered the home through the kitchen window and exited through the garage door. Report number: 180021899


1:53pm       Cortland & Andover              Theft
A victim of a car burglary recovered his property after a violent struggle with two suspects. The victim told Ingleside Officer Wong and Sgt. Kumli that he was walking back to a grocery store parking lot carrying food items, when he heard the sound of breaking glass. When he entered the parking lot he saw one man near his car and another suspect sitting in a parked Chevrolet Malibu. The right front passenger window of the victim’s car was broken and the suspect near his car was holding the victim’s laptop computer. The victim ran up and fought to get back his computer with the first suspect and a short time later with the second suspect. During the struggle, one of the suspects dropped the computer and both then ran to the Malibu, which escaped down Andover Street. The victim was able to give the officers a license plate number for the Malibu. However, the plate turned out to be stolen. Report number: 180022966




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