Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Oct. 13, 2017

          Incident Date:
          Friday, October 13th, 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:

10:30pm     Unit Blk. Bernal Heights Blvd.                 D.U.I
The call came into dispatch about a man asleep in a car on Bernal Heights Blvd. Ingleside Officers Fogarty and Zhao responded and found the driver and his passenger asleep in the front seat of a Hummer with the engine running. The officers knocked on the windows several times to wake up the pair. But they didn’t wake up immediately. Finally the driver woke up and turned off the engine and then started it again. The officers pleaded with the driver to open the door. He finally complied. The officers noticed the driver’s eyes were blood shot and his speech slurred. He failed his roadside sobriety test. The suspect agreed to a blood alcohol test and was transported to Mission Station for the exam. After the test the suspect was transported to the Hall of Justice and booked for DUI. Report number: 170838905




Serious Incidents:

There are no serious incidents to report.




Vehicle and Other Incidents:

08:00am           Unit Blk Wilder                        Fraud
09:00am           100 Blk Anderson                     Stolen Vehicle
09:45am           Unit Blk Pueblo                        Battery
10:00am           Unit Blk Mirabel                       Theft
10:05am           300 Blk Duncan                        Package Theft
10:55am           Geneva/280 n/b On-Ramp        Hit and Run
11:20am           Mansell/Persia                          Hit and Run
12:20pm           200 Blk Ney                             Burglary
03:30pm           San Jose/Santa Rosa                 Traffic Collision
03:38pm           100 Blk Loehr                          Assault
05:01pm           5400 Blk Mission                     Recovered Vehicle
05:09pm           Lisbon/Peru                              No Driver’s License Issued
05:34pm           1900 Blk Sunnydale                 Stay Away Order Violation
11:00pm           100 Blk Excelsior                     Assault












Oct. 12, 2017

             Incident Date:
           Thursday, October 12th, 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:


8:06pm       Ripley & Folsom                   Warrant Arrest
Ingleside Officers Wise, Van Zandt, Bailey, and Glover were dispatched to Ripley and Folsom to investigate a report of a stolen car. When they arrived on scene they found the driver near the car. He was licensed and the car belonged to a local rental company called, “Shanty Wheels”.  The driver told the officers he got the car from a friend named Chris. The officers searched the car and found a quantity of methamphetamine in the center console. A records check revealed the driver was wanted on a $45,000 warrant out of San Bernandino County and a $5,000 warrant out of Sonoma County. He was arrested and booked at Ingleside Station for the warrants and possession of narcotics. The car, which was rented with a fake credit card by the man named “Chris” and not the driver, was towed to impound. Report number: 170835230



Serious Incidents:


10:22am     Leland & Cora                       Shooting
Ingleside Officers Rodriguez and Reyes were on routine patrol, traveling northbound on Brussels, when they heard a car approaching from behind blaring its horn. The officers stopped and the driver got out and told the officers that a short time before someone shot at his car several times. The officers found holes in the back window and trunk of his car. Meanwhile, other Ingleside officers were dispatched to the intersection of Leland and Cora after a report of “shots fired” There they found several people on the street and two bullet casings on the ground. The victim who flagged down the officers, told them a short while before he was traveling down the street when he noticed a vehicle following closely behind. He kept driving and the car turned off. Soon, he was stopped at the intersection of Leland Cora, when he saw the same vehicle approaching from a different direction. Fearing for his safety, he drove off at high speed just as an occupant of the suspect’s vehicle got out and starting firing at his escaping car. He kept going until he flagged down Officers Rodriguez and Reyes. A witness approached several Ingleside officers scouring the scene of the shooting at Leland and Cora. She told the officers her home, several blocks away, had been damaged by a bullet. The officers went to the home and found a bullet hold in the front wall. The same bullet had traveled through the wall into a room, then through a headboard behind the wall, and then into an adjoining bed sheet and mattress. Report number: 170833400



Vehicle and Other Incidents:

09:50am           900 Blk Ellsworth                      Threats
10:50am           Coso/Precita                               Attempted Theft from Vehicle
12:54pm           Valencia/Cesar Chavez              Suspended Driver’s License
01:01pm           1000 Blk Duncan                       Recovered Vehicle
01:48pm           Cesar Chavez/Shotwell              Suspended Driver’s License
02:00pm           Allison/Morse                            Stolen Vehicle
04:45pm           1500 Blk Plymouth                    Burglary
08:06pm           100 Blk Ripley                          Stolen and Recovered Vehicle
10:30pm           Unit Blk Blythedale                   Threats














Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Oct. 11, 2017

       Incident Date:
   Wednesday, October 11th, 2017


The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held in the Ingleside Police Station Community room on Tuesday, October 17, 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:

6:49pm       Ocean & Mission                      Robbery
A Wells Fargo customer was removing money from the ATM when he was suddenly approached by two suspects, one with a firearm, who demanded his property. The victim, fearing for his life, surrendered his wallet and property. He called police and Ingleside Officers Zandanel, Siracusa, Bailey, and Kikuchi arrived and talked to the victim and witnesses. One witness gave the officers the license number of a suspect’s vehicle which was broadcast to all units. Mission and Northern Station officers notified the Ingleside units that the suspect’s vehicle was involved in two other armed robberies that evening. Shortly, thereafter, an off duty San Francisco Police Officer spotted the suspect’s vehicle on De Long Street and notified dispatch. Numerous San Francisco and Daly City Police officers responded to the scene and found both suspects and their vehicle. Both men tried to escape. One succeeded and one was captured and placed in custody. Officers found two handguns and the personal property of the victim of the ATM robbery that occurred at Ocean and Mission Streets. The suspect was taken to the county jail and booked for robbery and several other serious crimes. Report number: 170831965



Serious Incidents:

There are no serious incidents to report.




Vehicle and Other Incidents:

01:30am          100 Blk Brookdale                  Battery
06:30am          San Jose/Alemany                   Hit and Run
08:00am          600 Blk Cayuga                      Stolen Vehicle
09:30am          50 Phelan Ave                         Battery
11:26am          3500 Blk Mission                    Traffic Violation Arrest
11:30am          Rockdale/Chavez                    Hit and Run
11:32am          1900 Blk Alemany                  Misplaced Vehicle
03:00pm          Mission/30th Street                  Battery
03:49pm          Unit Blk San Gabriel              Recovered Vehicle
04:00pm          2500 Blk Diamond                 Burglary
06:00pm          Unit Blk Milton                      Stolen Vehicle
07:53pm          100 Blk Lyell                          Warrant Arrest
08:00pm          200 Blk Santos                        Stolen Vehicle
11:05pm          Geneva/San Jose                     Vandalism to Vehicle














Oct. 10, 2017

       Incident Date:
      Tuesday, October 10th, 2017


The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held in the Ingleside Police Station Community room on Tuesday, October 17, 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:


12:10pm     4600 Blk. Mission                   Warrants
A business owner called police saying a woman, who had previously burglarized his business, was outside on the sidewalk harassing passersby. Ingleside Officers Alexander and Peralta responded and detained the suspect. A records check revealed the suspect was wanted on a $75,000 warrant for burglary and theft. A check of her clothing revealed a narcotics pipe used to smoke narcotics. She was transported to Ingleside Station and booked for the warrants and the possession of narcotics paraphernalia. Report number: 170827481


4:14pm       Silver & Congdon                  Battery
A fight on a # 44 Muni bus resulted in serious injuries for one woman victim and arrests for two attackers. Witnesses and the victim told Ingleside Officers Smith, Labson, Garza, Johnson, Lok, Hoang, and Li that a two women got into a verbal dispute on a Muni coach. Suddenly one woman punched the other woman in the face and the attacker, along with three friends, pulled the victim off the bus by her hair. But the assault didn’t stop there. Once off the bus, another attacker kicked the victim several times in her stomach before running away. The officers arrived soon thereafter and found the victim in considerable pain and extremely upset. They summoned an ambulance. Meanwhile, a witness showed the officers cell phone video of the attackers. He also told the officers that the four women suspects had boarded a #44 Muni bus that was heading back to the scene of the crime. The officers stopped the bus at Silver and Naples and told the driver to keep the doors closed. They went into the bus and, using the description of the witnesses, detained four women. They brought the suspects to the ambulance where the victim was being treated and she pointed out two of the women as her attackers. The two were transported to the Juvenile Justice Center for booking. The other two were released to their parents. The victim was transported to St. Luke’s Hospital for treatment. Report number: 170828332


4:32pm       1100 Blk. Crescent                 Aggravated Assault
A dispute over an RV cover sent one man to the hospital and another to jail. It all started when the victim took the cover from an RV and started walking away. But the occupier of the RV exited and started hitting the victim with an aluminum baseball bat. The victim sustained contusions and lacerations to his leg and head and a broken thumb. Ingleside Officers Kikuchi and Bailey arrived and arrested the suspect for aggravated assault. The victim was taken to San Francisco General for treatment of his injuries. Report number: 170828439


11:16pm     100 Blk. Ellert                        D.U.I
A report of a woman driver hitting parked cars and a tree prompted dispatch to send Ingleside Officers Kikuchi, Bailey, Zhao, and Fogarty to investigate. When they arrived on scene they found the suspect’s car half way on the sidewalk and half on the street. She was given battery of roadside sobriety tests and failed them all. She was arrested and driven to Mission Station where a phlebotomist drew a sample for testing. After the blood draw, she was transported to the county jail and booked for DUI. Report number: 170829625



Serious Incidents:


3:45pm       1300 Blk. Goettingen            Hot Prowl Burglary
A homeowner, in his first floor bedroom, heard loud noises coming from the front of the house. He went to his closed bedroom door and listened for three minutes to the unusual noises coming from the front of his home. He didn’t call police. Instead, he opened the door and found three masked and gloved suspects, one holding a hammer and another holding a crowbar, standing near the stairs to the second floor. When the suspects saw the homeowner, they ran and grabbed him by the neck dragging him through the home while they ransacked each room looking for valuables. The victim told the officers the suspects several times made threatening statements including to kill him with the crowbar and hitting him in the stomach with the hammer. At one point, each of the suspects strangled him with their hands almost to the point of losing consciousness.  One of the suspects kicked him in the right hip. Finally the three suspects ran out of the home and got into an older car, with paper plates that sped away. The victim then ran to a neighbor’s home to call police. Ingleside Officers Mora, Fitzpatrick, Williams, and Camarra arrived shortly thereafter and secured the home. They determined the front gate and door had been pried open and they also recovered the hammer used in the attack. They canvassed the neighborhood for witnesses and video surveillance cameras which revealed some important evidence. Paramedics treated the victim at the scene for his injuries. Report number: 170828285


11:35pm     Excelsior & Paris                  Attempted Robbery
A man walking down the street after leaving a nearby bar was suddenly approached from behind by two unknown men. One of the men struck the victim on the forehead with an unknown weapon causing a laceration. The suspects unsuccessfully tried to take a necklace from the victim. They also attempted to push the victim to the ground, but the victim escaped and ran to Excelsior and Mission and called police. Ingleside Officers Sherry and Govindbhai arrived on scene and summoned medical help. The victim was transported to St. Luke’s Hospital while the officers, joined by other Ingleside units, scoured the area for the suspects. Report number:170829603




Vehicle and Other Incidents:

06:00am           50 Phelan Ave.                         Assault
07:00am           100 Blk Miguel                        Stolen Vehicle
08:30am           Massasoit/Franconia                Stolen Vehicle
09:30am           400 Blk Rolph                          Vandalism to Vehicle
09:45am           Mission/Persia                          Warrant Arrest
11:24am           5500 Blk Diamond Heights      Recovered Vehicle
12:47pm           Unit Blk Florentine                   False Vehicle Registration
02:00pm           Unit Blk Wilder                        Fraud
04:04pm           Seneca/Mission                         Traffic Collision
04:45pm           Sgt John Young/San Jose          Theft
06:10pm           Alemany/Naglee                       Traffic Collision
08:00pm           San Jose/Capistrano                  Stolen Vehicle
10:00pm           Onondaga/Alemany                  Stolen Vehicle
10:15pm           Unit Blk John F Shelly             Recovered Vehicle











Friday, October 13, 2017

Oct. 9, 2017

       Incident Date:
       Monday, October 9th, 2017


The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held in the Ingleside Police Station Community room on Tuesday, October 17, 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!


                         
     
San Francisco Police and the SF Public Utilities Commission – Water Department Warn the Public Regarding Recent Utility                          Payment Scam

The San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) and the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) are alerting the public to a recent series of scams in which suspects pose as representatives of “SF Utilities” and demand payment for overdue bills.

The suspects, who contact potential victims by phone, claim that their water bills are overdue and threaten to turn off their water service unless cash payment is made. Customers have been directed to make payment at various drug stores in San Francisco. The suspects sometimes use a device that “spoofs” caller ID devices to display the SFPUC customer service phone number.

These calls are not coming from the SFPUC and at no time does the agency direct customers to pay water bills in person anywhere other than authorized payment locations. For a list of authorized payment locations, click here: http://www.sfwater.org/index.aspx?page=48

The public is cautioned to be wary of such calls and are advised to contact the SFPUC if they have questions regarding their water bill and service. The SFPUC Customer Service Line is (415) 551-3000.

Any SFPUC customers who have received such phone calls may file a suspicious occurrence report at any SFPD district station. Anyone who has been victimized by this scam should file a fraud report with the SFPD. For a list of district police stations, click here: http://sanfranciscopolice.org/police-district-maps

                                 











Arrests:


2:05am       1000 Block Portola                      Stalking
A woman called dispatch to report a man was trying to break into her home. The woman said the suspect was the same person who had tried to break into her home on two previous occasions. In the first case, he broke a side window and entered her home. The victim ran down the street to the fire station and called police. Two days later the suspect was back at her home pounding on the front door and shouting “this is my home”. The victim again called police and the suspect was arrested for trespassing and for a continuous offense. On this morning, the victim said the suspect was pounding on her front door and shouting to get in. Ingleside Officers Hermosura, Trumpp, Cortez, Anderson, Hackard, Dedet, Burke, and Sgt. Bodisco arrived on scene and searched the area for the suspect. He was later spotted walking on Bosworth near Chilton by officers and arrested. He was taken to Ingleside Station and charged with Stalking and elder abuse. Report number: 170823417


8:21am       100 Blk. Appleton                        Firearm
Ingleside Officer Fitzpatrick, Sgt. Kumli and several other Ingleside units were dispatched to a report of a shooting. When they arrived on scene they found the victim suffering from a gunshot wound to his hand. He was taken to San Francisco General Hospital for treatment. The victim’s wife was inside the home crying and upset and putting several items inside a backpack. She initially told the officers that three unknown men had shot her husband and escaped. However, after officers interviewed the woman and inspected the backpack, which contained three firearms, a large quantity of ammunition, and quantities of cocaine, she admitted she made up the previous story. She was also a convicted felon who was not allowed to have firearms. Consequently she was booked at Ingleside Station for being a felon possessing firearms along with possession of narcotics. Report number: 170823724


1:38pm       100 Blk. Peabody                        Burglary/Vandalism
An observant neighbor called police after he saw a woman climb onto the roof of a parked car, jump over a neighbor’s front wall, and break into the neighbor’s home using gardening shears. Ingleside Officers Williams and Sgt. Martin arrived soon thereafter, and the observant witness pointed out the suspect as she was walking away. She was placed in custody and told the officers she entered the home to “turn off the lasers” and to “remove the dark aura” around the home. She was taken to the County Jail where a medical examination determined she was severely mentally disabled. She was transported to San Francisco General Hospital and held for treatment. She was also charged with burglary and vandalism dependent upon her release. The home owner found several things disturbed in his home and some minor damage, but nothing stolen. Report number: 170824772





Serious Incidents:

There are no serious incidents to report.





Vehicle and Other Incidents:

12:17am           Mission/Onondaga                    Hit and Run
02:40am           Portola/San Pablo                     Traffic Collision
10:00am           4600 Blk Mission                      Warrant Arrest
10:00am           Unit Blk Wilder                         Fraud
12:00pm           200 Blk Judson                         Stolen Vehicle
12:05pm           Miramar/Northwood                 Hit and Run
12:30pm           200 Blk Bemis                          Theft from Vehicle
01:00pm           Amber/Turquoise                      No Driver’s License Issued
01:44pm           Unit Blk Norton                        Warrant Arrest
04:30pm           Unit Blk Pueblo                         Stolen Motorcycle
06:00pm           200 Blk Elsie                             Bicycle Theft
09:47pm           500 Blk Silver                           Threats














Oct. 8, 2017

       Incident Date:
       Sunday, October 8th, 2017


The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held in the Ingleside Police Station Community room on Tuesday, October 17, 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!


                         
     
San Francisco Police and the SF Public Utilities Commission – Water Department Warn the Public Regarding Recent Utility                          Payment Scam

The San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) and the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) are alerting the public to a recent series of scams in which suspects pose as representatives of “SF Utilities” and demand payment for overdue bills.

The suspects, who contact potential victims by phone, claim that their water bills are overdue and threaten to turn off their water service unless cash payment is made. Customers have been directed to make payment at various drug stores in San Francisco. The suspects sometimes use a device that “spoofs” caller ID devices to display the SFPUC customer service phone number.

These calls are not coming from the SFPUC and at no time does the agency direct customers to pay water bills in person anywhere other than authorized payment locations. For a list of authorized payment locations, click here: http://www.sfwater.org/index.aspx?page=48

The public is cautioned to be wary of such calls and are advised to contact the SFPUC if they have questions regarding their water bill and service. The SFPUC Customer Service Line is (415) 551-3000.

Any SFPUC customers who have received such phone calls may file a suspicious occurrence report at any SFPD district station. Anyone who has been victimized by this scam should file a fraud report with the SFPD. For a list of district police stations, click here: http://sanfranciscopolice.org/police-district-maps

                                 








Arrests:

7:27pm       50 Phelan Ave.                             Hot Prowl Burglary
Community College Police Officers Wong, Allen, and Flood were dispatched to Batmale Hall after a witness spotted a suspicious man entering the locked building. While one officer remained outside to guard the entrance to the building, the two others began their search of the Hall from the top floor down. When the officers reached the fourth floor they found the suspect in the hallway. He quickly surrendered and claimed he broke into the facility to watch a football game. A search of his backpack revealed a computer and other items belonging to the College. The backpack also contained narcotics. He was transported to the County Jail and booked for burglary and narcotics possession. Report number: 170822845



7:37pm       Cesar Chavez & Hampshire     Unlicensed Driver         
An older Honda, with illegally tinted front windows, caught the attention of Ingleside Officers Glover and Mendiola. A DMV check revealed the license plates on the car had expired more than a year ago and actually belonged on a Toyota and not the Honda. The officers pulled the vehicle over and asked the driver for his driver’s license. He didn’t have one. He never had one. The license plates belonged on a car registered in Richmond and the registered owner of the Honda lives in Visalia. The car was towed to impound and the driver was cited at the scene for several vehicle code violations and released. Report number: 170822613




Serious Incidents:

No serious incidents to report.




Vehicle and Other Incidents:

12:01am           200 Blk Red Rock Wy                          Stolen Vehicle
12:09am           Crescent/Moultrie                                 Warrant Arrest
10:32am           Ocean/Phelan                                        Battery
11:38am           3300 Blk Mission                                  Battery
07:00pm           Silver/Alemany                                     Stolen Vehicle
03:38pm           Unit Blk Nahua                                     Theft from Vehicle
03:51pm           Naglee/Ellington                                   Assault
04:02pm           1200 Blk Ridge Court                           Recovered Vehicle
04:25pm           4600 Blk Mission                                 Shoplifting
04:31pm           Geneva/Gloria Court                             Suspended Driver’s License
04:35pm           Blythedale/Hahn                                   Hit and Run
05:00pm           100 Blk Hahn                                       Vandalism to Vehicle
09:25pm           1900 Blk Sunnydale                             Assault
10:00pm           Unit Blk Curtis                                     Theft from Vehicle
10:10pm           100 Blk Dublin                                     Restraining Order Violation
11:50pm           Mission/Theresa                                   Vandalism to Vehicle














Thursday, October 12, 2017

Oct. 7, 2017

       Incident Date:
       Saturday, October 7th, 2017


The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held in the Ingleside Police Station Community room on Tuesday, October 17, 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!


                         
San Francisco Police and the SF Public Utilities Commission – Water Department Warn the Public Regarding Recent Utility                          Payment Scam

The San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) and the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) are alerting the public to a recent series of scams in which suspects pose as representatives of “SF Utilities” and demand payment for overdue bills.

The suspects, who contact potential victims by phone, claim that their water bills are overdue and threaten to turn off their water service unless cash payment is made. Customers have been directed to make payment at various drug stores in San Francisco. The suspects sometimes use a device that “spoofs” caller ID devices to display the SFPUC customer service phone number.

These calls are not coming from the SFPUC and at no time does the agency direct customers to pay water bills in person anywhere other than authorized payment locations. For a list of authorized payment locations, click here: http://www.sfwater.org/index.aspx?page=48

The public is cautioned to be wary of such calls and are advised to contact the SFPUC if they have questions regarding their water bill and service. The SFPUC Customer Service Line is (415) 551-3000.

Any SFPUC customers who have received such phone calls may file a suspicious occurrence report at any SFPD district station. Anyone who has been victimized by this scam should file a fraud report with the SFPD. For a list of district police stations, click here: http://sanfranciscopolice.org/police-district-maps    


                                 







Arrests:

4:10am       Cortland & Bennington            Firearm
Ingleside Officers Dominguez and Cortez Cendejas were on routine patrol when they spotted an older grey Cadillac with expired registration. The officers stopped the car and smelled the familiar odor of burnt marijuana coming from the car. The officers noticed the driver was very fidgety and kept searching under the front seat of the car. The officers asked him to step out of the car and he wouldn’t. After several attempts, he finally left the car and was placed sitting on the curb while the officers searched the vehicle. Inside they found a significant amount of marijuana along with a firearm hidden under the seat. When Officer Dominguez walked back to the suspect holding the gun, the suspect quickly sat up and started running away. The officers summoned assistance and chased the suspect before he was caught a short distance away. The suspect fought the two officers and, at one time, tried to take Officer Cortez-Cendejas’ firearm. He was finally placed in custody after a prolonged struggle. The officers suffered numerous abrasions and bruises and their clothing was torn during the struggle. The suspect was taken to Ingleside Station and booked for the firearm violation and resisting arrest. Report number: 170818032



Serious Incidents:


1:00am       200 Blk. Richland                   Attempted Robbery
A woman walked home from Walgreens holding her one year old daughter in her arms. She told Ingleside Officers Cortez Cendejas and Dominguez that she reached the front door, took out her keys, and was suddenly surprised by an unknown man behind her. The suspect tried to grab her house keys which fell to the ground.  The victim picked up the keys and ran away from the home still carrying her one year old daughter. The suspect caught up with the victim and punched her in the face several times before running away. The officers summoned medical help but the victim refused medical attention. Report number: 170817777


10:37pm     Avalon & Mission                   Robbery w/gun
Ingleside Officers Marshall and Tupper were on station duty when a man approached the office window to report a robbery. The victim told the officers that a short while before he was walking home on Avalon from Mission,  after getting off the bus, when he was surrounded by seven suspects. One of the suspects demanded his backpack and phone. When the victim refused, one of the seven suspects took out a handgun and put it to his right temple and another suspect took out a handgun and put it to his left temple, the victim immediately surrendered his backpack, containing a paycheck and ID, and the 7 suspects ran away. Report number: 170820316






Vehicle and Other Incidents:

12:01am           300 Blk Andover                                  Vandalism to Vehicle
12:01am           Andover/Ellert                                      Stolen License Plate
02:45am           Geneva/280 On-Ramp                          Traffic Collision
04:00am           300 Blk Winding Way                          Stolen Vehicle
05:00am           100 Blk Dublin                                     Stolen Vehicle
08:00am           1100 Blk Crescent                                Stolen and Recovered Vehicle
08:30am           400 Blk Duncan                                    Burglary
10:00am           4600 Blk Mission                                  Theft
10:00am           100 Blk Peralta                                     Recovered Vehicle
11:11am           Unit Blk Leland                                    Theft
12:50pm           Diamond/Arbor                                    Theft from Vehicle
01:20pm           Unit Blk 30th Street                               Dog Bite
02:00pm           3300 Blk Mission                                 Public Intoxication
03:35pm           Unit Blk Wabash Terrace                     Vandalism to Vehicle
04:00pm           200Blk 28th Street                                Stolen Motorcycle
07:30pm           Mission/Sickles                                     Restraining Order Violation
07:38pm           900 Blk Ellsworth                                 Assault
09:00pm           Munich/Russia                                      Stolen Vehicle
09:27pm           600 Blk Brunswick                               Trespassing