Thursday, December 8, 2016

Dec. 1, 2016


        Incident Date:
                         Thursday, December 1st, 2016


Note change: There will be NO Ingleside Community meeting on Tuesday, December 20, 2016 at 7p.m.  The next meeting will be on January 17, 2017. There will be more information to follow. 


     

        SFPD and Walgreens Kick Off 2016 Holiday Toy Drive

In collaboration with Walgreens drugstores, the San Francisco Police Department today launched its 2016 Holiday Toy Drive, benefitting the City’s children in need.

From November 18 to December 19, SFPD will be accepting donations of new, unwrapped toys at more than 60 San Francisco Walgreens locations. The goal is to exceed last year’s toy drive, in which approximately 2,500 items were donated at 30 Walgreens stores for distribution to San Francisco children.

“Everyone can make a difference in a child’s life,” said Interim Police Chief Toney Chaplin. “San Franciscans are generous, thoughtful people and we believe they will step up to brighten the holidays for children and provide happy memories for years to come. We thank Walgreens for doing their part again this year to help San Francisco youth.”

Donors can purchase or drop off a new, unwrapped toy at any San Francisco Walgreens that features a brightly colored and marked toy drive collection bin. Those unable to drop off a toy may also contribute to a Go Fund Me account (https://www.gofundme.com/sfpdtoydrive2016) established by the San Francisco Police Foundation to purchase toys for underprivileged children this holiday season.




             Safe Shopper 2016 - Holiday Season Safety Tips

During this holiday season, the San Francisco Police Department will be working to enhance safety for residents, visitors and shoppers. There will be increased foot patrols in shopping areas throughout the city, including the horse/mounted unit, plainclothes officers and traffic enforcement.

“The San Francisco Police Department wishes everyone a happy holiday season,” said Interim Chief Toney Chaplin. “We also want this season of giving to be memorable and safe for you and your loved ones. Here are some tips that will help keep you safe.”

• Stay alert when using electronic devices. Limit your distractions.
• Always be alert to your surroundings and have your keys in your hand as you approach your vehicle.
• Park Smart: Help avoid vehicle break-ins, leave nothing visible in your car. Consider moving your vehicle to a different location each time you load packages in the trunk. Try to use parking lots where there are parking attendants.
• Keep your wallet in a hard-to-reach place and carry only the cash and credit cards that you will need to complete your shopping.
• If someone demands your purse, wallet, or packages, surrender them, make note of the suspect’s description and direction they flee and call 911. Property can be replaced.
• If you see something, say something. If you witness criminal activity or see something or someone suspicious, flag down a police officer, call 911 or contact security.
• Shop with a companion, especially after dark, whenever possible.

Please report criminal activity to police immediately. Additional personal safety tips are available:  www.sanfranciscopolice.org/safeshopper

SFMTA Holiday Shopping Tips: https://www.sfmta.com/about-sfmta/blog/tips-safeconvenient-holiday-shopping-and-parking

Shop & Dine in the 49: http://shopdine49.com/ at www.sanfranciscopolice.org/safe shopper or from San Francisco Safety Awareness for Everyone (SAFE) at sfsafe.org.



Arrests:


12:07am     Allison & Mission                 Stolen Vehicle
An older Jeep Cherokee with paper plates caught the attention of Ingleside Officers Scott and Hardy. It was leaving a parking spot in the 5400 block of Mission when Hardy and Scott first saw the Jeep. The officers followed the Jeep as it went through the McDonalds parking lot and continued northbound on Mission until the officers finally stopped the vehicle at Mission and Allison. The driver stated the Jeep belonged to his “boss” and he didn’t have any registration documents. He identified himself and said he was on probation. A computer check revealed the Jeep was reported stolen out of Pacifica over a week ago. That same computer check revealed that the driver was on felony probation for auto theft out of San Francisco. Inside the jeep, the officers found a gray backpack, 12 vehicle ignition keys, a bicycle, and a bag containing 20 pounds of marijuana. The suspect was taken to Ingleside Station and booked auto theft. The vehicle was towed to impound and its contents placed in the evidence locker. Report number: 160975498


8:54am       4700 Blk Mission                    D.U.I Drugs
Ingleside Station Officers Langley, Trujillo, Champlin, Chang, and Sgt. Springer were dispatched to an address where a witness said a man was unresponsive inside a vehicle that was stopped with the engine running. The vehicle was blocking the entrance way to several businesses. The officers arrived and knocked loudly on the windows, but there was no response from the driver. They then broke one of the windows to gain entrance and turn off the ignition and apply the parking brakes. The driver was removed from the car and asked to perform field sobriety tests. But he refused. The officers did not notice any indications that the driver was compromised from alcohol but suspected it may be a narcotic. They did not notice any medical identification bracelets or cards indicating a medical condition. A judge was contacted and he issued a warrant for a blood test of the suspect, which was conducted at San Francisco General Hospital. Report number: 160976010


10:22pm     100 Blk Rey                           Stolen Vehicle
A known felon was spotted standing near some friends who were next to an older Honda parked on the sidewalk. That was enough to prompt Ingleside Officers Barajas, Lustenberger, Wells, and George to stop their patrol car and talk to the man. When the officers approached the suspect he quickly ran to the opposite side of the vehicle and tried to hide a package of methamphetamine. He was placed in custody and the narcotic was kept for evidence. The Honda turned out to be stolen and inside where many “shaved keys” used to break into and steal vehicles. The suspect was placed in custody and transported to Ingleside Station for booking. The stolen Honda was returned to its owner. Report number: 160978050


10:58pm     3600 Blk Mission                   Battery of a Police Officer
A police officer lost a tooth and sustained damage to one of his eyes after responding to a fight between siblings. Ingleside Officers Mendiola, Labson, Trumpp, Garza, and Narsaiya were dispatched to an address on Mission to investigate a report of a brother striking his sister. When they arrived they found the sister standing in front of the residence with a red scratch on the right side of her face. She said her brother had hit her. The officers went into the residence and found the brother and the mother. The brother seeing the officers, went into his room. Officers Mendiola, Trumpp, Narsaiya, went to the suspect’s room to talk to him. But instead of talking he became combative telling the officers to “get out of his way”. The officers repeatedly told him to “calm down”, but instead, he attacked Officer Mendiola punching him the face breaking one of his teeth and bruising the area around his right eye. The officers were able to subdue the suspect and place him in custody. He was transported to San Francisco General Hospital for mental health evaluation. Officer Mendiola was also transported to the hospital for treatment of his injuries. Report number: 160978210



Serious Incidents:


8:00am       Unit Blk. Persia                       Robbery
A 15year old student, on his way to school, was approached by two robbers who wanted his property. The victim told Ingleside Officers Shih and Dito that he was waiting at the bus stop when two young men approached him and demanded his backpack. The victim ran across the street into a bakery to escape the robbers, but they followed. Inside the bakery the student gave his backpack to a friend who quickly ran away to escape the robbers. However, the suspects, even if they couldn’t get his backpack, wanted something of value. So, they took the victim’s expensive watch before escaping. The victim called police. Later that morning, the victim received a call from a staff member at June Jordan High School saying they had recovered his watch. It was returned to him that day. Report number: 160980306



Vehicle and Other Incidents:

02:00am           300 Blk Brunswick                   Stolen Vehicle
03:00am           900 Blk Cayuga                        Stolen License Plate
10:10am           Russia/Paris                              Hit and Run
11:45am           Unit Blk Sparta                         Battery
11:49am           2000 Blk Alemany                    Vandalism to Vehicle
12:30pm           Camellia/Admiral                     Traffic Collision
02:00pm           3300 Blk Mission                     Theft
02:30pm           200 Blk 30th Street                   Fraud
04:30pm           Dolores/28th Street                   Stolen License Plate
04:32pm           Portola/Miraloma                      Traffic Collision
05:45pm           3200 Blk Mission                     Graffiti Vandalism
05:49pm           Folsom/Precita                          Traffic collision
06:10pm           100 Blk Madrid                        Assault
07:00pm           400 Blk Leland                         Stolen Vehicle
07:20pm           100 Blk Duncan                       Stolen Vehicle
08:20pm           Unit Blk Niagara                      Vandalism to Vehicle
09:23pm           700 Blk Gates                           Fraud
10:32pm           3100 Blk Mission                     Battery
11:00pm           4900 Blk Mission                     Stolen Vehicle












Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Nov. 30, 2016


        Incident Date:
                       Wednesday, November 30th, 2016


Note change: There will be NO Ingleside Community meeting on Tuesday, December 20, 2016 at 7p.m.  The next meeting will be on January 17, 2017. There will be more information to follow. 


     

        SFPD and Walgreens Kick Off 2016 Holiday Toy Drive

In collaboration with Walgreens drugstores, the San Francisco Police Department today launched its 2016 Holiday Toy Drive, benefitting the City’s children in need.

From November 18 to December 19, SFPD will be accepting donations of new, unwrapped toys at more than 60 San Francisco Walgreens locations. The goal is to exceed last year’s toy drive, in which approximately 2,500 items were donated at 30 Walgreens stores for distribution to San Francisco children.

“Everyone can make a difference in a child’s life,” said Interim Police Chief Toney Chaplin. “San Franciscans are generous, thoughtful people and we believe they will step up to brighten the holidays for children and provide happy memories for years to come. We thank Walgreens for doing their part again this year to help San Francisco youth.”

Donors can purchase or drop off a new, unwrapped toy at any San Francisco Walgreens that features a brightly colored and marked toy drive collection bin. Those unable to drop off a toy may also contribute to a Go Fund Me account (https://www.gofundme.com/sfpdtoydrive2016) established by the San Francisco Police Foundation to purchase toys for underprivileged children this holiday season.




             Safe Shopper 2016 - Holiday Season Safety Tips

During this holiday season, the San Francisco Police Department will be working to enhance safety for residents, visitors and shoppers. There will be increased foot patrols in shopping areas throughout the city, including the horse/mounted unit, plainclothes officers and traffic enforcement.

“The San Francisco Police Department wishes everyone a happy holiday season,” said Interim Chief Toney Chaplin. “We also want this season of giving to be memorable and safe for you and your loved ones. Here are some tips that will help keep you safe.”

• Stay alert when using electronic devices. Limit your distractions.
• Always be alert to your surroundings and have your keys in your hand as you approach your vehicle.
• Park Smart: Help avoid vehicle break-ins, leave nothing visible in your car. Consider moving your vehicle to a different location each time you load packages in the trunk. Try to use parking lots where there are parking attendants.
• Keep your wallet in a hard-to-reach place and carry only the cash and credit cards that you will need to complete your shopping.
• If someone demands your purse, wallet, or packages, surrender them, make note of the suspect’s description and direction they flee and call 911. Property can be replaced.
• If you see something, say something. If you witness criminal activity or see something or someone suspicious, flag down a police officer, call 911 or contact security.
• Shop with a companion, especially after dark, whenever possible.

Please report criminal activity to police immediately. Additional personal safety tips are available:  www.sanfranciscopolice.org/safeshopper

SFMTA Holiday Shopping Tips: https://www.sfmta.com/about-sfmta/blog/tips-safeconvenient-holiday-shopping-and-parking

Shop & Dine in the 49: http://shopdine49.com/ at www.sanfranciscopolice.org/safe shopper or from San Francisco Safety Awareness for Everyone (SAFE) at sfsafe.org.



Arrests:


There are no arrests to report.





Serious Incidents:


1:30pm-4:30pm    800 Blk Madrid                      Hot Prowl Burglary
A woman returned home from picking up her daughter at school and found her front gate and front door wide open. Inside the home was in disarray with clothing strewn about, drawers opened and contents spilled, laptop and other electronics missing, along with a significant amount of cash, jewelry, as well as personal identification. In one of the bedrooms was a crowbar used to break into the residence. Ingleside Officers Mendiola and Narsaiya arrived and searched the home for clues. The officers also interviewed a downstairs renter who told the pair that around 2:45pm he heard footsteps and things being thrown around upstairs. Report number: 160974832



9:30pm                 Unit Blk. Harrington              Robbery
Ingleside Officers Ortega and Wong were dispatched to investigate a report of a robbery. The victim told the officers she had returned home and was standing at her front door about to enter the home when an unknown man appeared at her back and said, “Give it up”. The suspect then grabbed her backpack attempted to rip it from her possession but the victim held on and a struggle ensued until the suspect threw her to the ground until she released her grip. He then ran away northbound on Alemany. The loss was an Apple MacBook Air, some additional electronic items, and about $25 in cash. Report number: 160975501



Vehicle and Other Incidents:

07:00am           Unit Blk Randolph                    Stolen Vehicle
07:30am           Unit Blk Ottawa                        Stolen Vehicle
12:51pm           Unit Blk Lamartine                   Recovered Vehicle
02:42pm           800 Blk Peru                             Recovered Vehicle
05:01pm           100 Blk Appleton                      Burglary
06:01pm           Alemany/Seneca                       No Driver’s License Issued
09:00pm           200 Blk Madison                      Vandalism to Property
09:19pm           200 Blk Pioche                          Stolen Vehicle
10:00pm           5200 Blk Diamond Heights       Stolen Vehicle
10:00pm           Unit Blk Rio Verde                    Burglary













Nov. 29, 2016


        Incident Date:
                         Tuesday, November 29th, 2016


Note change: There will be NO Ingleside Community meeting on Tuesday, December 20, 2016 at 7p.m.  The next meeting will be on January 17, 2017. There will be more information to follow. 


     

        SFPD and Walgreens Kick Off 2016 Holiday Toy Drive

In collaboration with Walgreens drugstores, the San Francisco Police Department today launched its 2016 Holiday Toy Drive, benefitting the City’s children in need.

From November 18 to December 19, SFPD will be accepting donations of new, unwrapped toys at more than 60 San Francisco Walgreens locations. The goal is to exceed last year’s toy drive, in which approximately 2,500 items were donated at 30 Walgreens stores for distribution to San Francisco children.

“Everyone can make a difference in a child’s life,” said Interim Police Chief Toney Chaplin. “San Franciscans are generous, thoughtful people and we believe they will step up to brighten the holidays for children and provide happy memories for years to come. We thank Walgreens for doing their part again this year to help San Francisco youth.”

Donors can purchase or drop off a new, unwrapped toy at any San Francisco Walgreens that features a brightly colored and marked toy drive collection bin. Those unable to drop off a toy may also contribute to a Go Fund Me account (https://www.gofundme.com/sfpdtoydrive2016) established by the San Francisco Police Foundation to purchase toys for underprivileged children this holiday season.




              Safe Shopper 2016 - Holiday Season Safety Tips

During this holiday season, the San Francisco Police Department will be working to enhance safety for residents, visitors and shoppers. There will be increased foot patrols in shopping areas throughout the city, including the horse/mounted unit, plainclothes officers and traffic enforcement.

“The San Francisco Police Department wishes everyone a happy holiday season,” said Interim Chief Toney Chaplin. “We also want this season of giving to be memorable and safe for you and your loved ones. Here are some tips that will help keep you safe.”

• Stay alert when using electronic devices. Limit your distractions.
• Always be alert to your surroundings and have your keys in your hand as you approach your vehicle.
• Park Smart: Help avoid vehicle break-ins, leave nothing visible in your car. Consider moving your vehicle to a different location each time you load packages in the trunk. Try to use parking lots where there are parking attendants.
• Keep your wallet in a hard-to-reach place and carry only the cash and credit cards that you will need to complete your shopping.
• If someone demands your purse, wallet, or packages, surrender them, make note of the suspect’s description and direction they flee and call 911. Property can be replaced.
• If you see something, say something. If you witness criminal activity or see something or someone suspicious, flag down a police officer, call 911 or contact security.
• Shop with a companion, especially after dark, whenever possible.

Please report criminal activity to police immediately. Additional personal safety tips are available:  www.sanfranciscopolice.org/safeshopper

SFMTA Holiday Shopping Tips: https://www.sfmta.com/about-sfmta/blog/tips-safeconvenient-holiday-shopping-and-parking

Shop & Dine in the 49: http://shopdine49.com/ at www.sanfranciscopolice.org/safe shopper or from San Francisco Safety Awareness for Everyone (SAFE) at sfsafe.org.



Arrests:

11:42pm     4800 Blk Mission                Robbery
It was an event that could have been a scene in a Clint Eastwood movie with a victim meting out some “street justice” on a trio of robbers. The victim was walking home, passing the Safeway Store, when he was confronted by three men who demanded he relinquish his backpack. The victim refused and crossed the street to avoid the suspects. But the suspects followed and confronted the victim again and demanded his backpack. This time the victim warned, “Leave me alone, I’m trained. I don’t want to hurt you”.  Ignoring the warning, the three suspects became more confrontational with one of the suspects telling the other, “too whoop his ** and offering a knife to persuade the victim to give up his property”. Fearing for his life, the victim, who is trained in mixed martial arts, quickly punched one of the suspects four times in the face and then kneed him in the body, causing the victim to fall to the ground in pain and the other two suspects to sprint away in fear. Ingleside Officers Zhao, Washington, McCall, and Lozano soon arrived and arrested the injured suspect while calling for medical assistance. The other two suspects were located a short distance away and transported to Ingleside Station for booking. The injured suspect was taken to San Francisco General Hospital for treatment of fractures to the bones around his left eye and a broken nose. He was later also arrested for robbery. Report number: 160972626




Serious Incidents:

There are no serious incidents to report.





Vehicle and Other Incidents:

02:56am           200 Blk Valley                          Theft from Vehicle
08:15am           Alemany/Silver                         Hit and Run
08:25am           3100 Blk Mission                     Vandalism to Property
08:42am           500 Blk Leland                          Recovered Vehicle
09:30am           Unit Blk Norton                        Vandalism to Property
11:45am           Unit Blk Agnon                         Recovered Vehicle
01:00pm           200 Blk Franconia                    Burglary
02:00pm           50 Phelan Avenue                     Theft from Building
02:53pm           100 Blk Congdon                     Vandalism to Property
04:30pm           900 Blk Ellsworth                     Theft from Building
06:00pm           100 Blk Schwerin                     Vandalism to Vehicle
06:15pm           100 Blk Rae                              Dog Bite
07:00pm           500 Blk Peru                             Stolen Vehicle
07:53pm           300 Blk Coleridge                     Recovered Vehicle
08:10pm           Ocean/Phelan                             Battery
10:58pm           Mission/Italy                             Traffic Violation Arrest











Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Nov. 28, 2016


        Incident Date:
                          Monday, November 28th, 2016


Note change: There will be NO Ingleside Community meeting on Tuesday, December 20, 2016 at 7p.m.  The next meeting will be on January 17, 2017. There will be more information to follow. 

     

        SFPD and Walgreens Kick Off 2016 Holiday Toy Drive

In collaboration with Walgreens drugstores, the San Francisco Police Department today launched its 2016 Holiday Toy Drive, benefitting the City’s children in need.

From November 18 to December 19, SFPD will be accepting donations of new, unwrapped toys at more than 60 San Francisco Walgreens locations. The goal is to exceed last year’s toy drive, in which approximately 2,500 items were donated at 30 Walgreens stores for distribution to San Francisco children.

“Everyone can make a difference in a child’s life,” said Interim Police Chief Toney Chaplin. “San Franciscans are generous, thoughtful people and we believe they will step up to brighten the holidays for children and provide happy memories for years to come. We thank Walgreens for doing their part again this year to help San Francisco youth.”

Donors can purchase or drop off a new, unwrapped toy at any San Francisco Walgreens that features a brightly colored and marked toy drive collection bin. Those unable to drop off a toy may also contribute to a Go Fund Me account (https://www.gofundme.com/sfpdtoydrive2016) established by the San Francisco Police Foundation to purchase toys for underprivileged children this holiday season.



             Safe Shopper 2016 - Holiday Season Safety Tips

During this holiday season, the San Francisco Police Department will be working to enhance safety for residents, visitors and shoppers. There will be increased foot patrols in shopping areas throughout the city, including the horse/mounted unit, plainclothes officers and traffic enforcement.

“The San Francisco Police Department wishes everyone a happy holiday season,” said Interim Chief Toney Chaplin. “We also want this season of giving to be memorable and safe for you and your loved ones. Here are some tips that will help keep you safe.”

• Stay alert when using electronic devices. Limit your distractions.
• Always be alert to your surroundings and have your keys in your hand as you approach your vehicle.
• Park Smart: Help avoid vehicle break-ins, leave nothing visible in your car. Consider moving your vehicle to a different location each time you load packages in the trunk. Try to use parking lots where there are parking attendants.
• Keep your wallet in a hard-to-reach place and carry only the cash and credit cards that you will need to complete your shopping.
• If someone demands your purse, wallet, or packages, surrender them, make note of the suspect’s description and direction they flee and call 911. Property can be replaced.
• If you see something, say something. If you witness criminal activity or see something or someone suspicious, flag down a police officer, call 911 or contact security.
• Shop with a companion, especially after dark, whenever possible.

Please report criminal activity to police immediately. Additional personal safety tips are available:  www.sanfranciscopolice.org/safeshopper

SFMTA Holiday Shopping Tips: https://www.sfmta.com/about-sfmta/blog/tips-safeconvenient-holiday-shopping-and-parking

Shop & Dine in the 49: http://shopdine49.com/ at www.sanfranciscopolice.org/safe shopper or from San Francisco Safety Awareness for Everyone (SAFE) at sfsafe.org.


Arrests:

5:47pm       San Jose & Rousseau                      D.U.I
Ingleside Officers Quinlan and Siracusa were dispatched to a report of a motorist stranded on the MUNI tracks. When they arrived they found a Ford Pickup on the tracks and several “J” Church LRV’s stacked up behind it. The officers asked the driver for his license and he didn’t have one. They noticed an open bottle of beer near the driver’s seat and he appeared to have watery eyes. He said he had not been drinking. He agreed to participate in three field sobriety tests. He failed all three tests. He consented to a breath alcohol test which revealed a blood alcohol nearly twice the legal limit. He was transported to the county jail and arrested for D.U.I. His truck was towed to impound and the MUNI LRV vehicles were able to proceed on their way. Report number: 160968722



Serious Incidents:

9:38pm       Mission & Russia                             Robbery
Dispatch radioed available units that there was a man bleeding from wounds to his mouth inside a nearby restaurant. Ingleside Officers Hoge, Wise, and Coss responded to the restaurant where they found a robbery victim. He told the officers that he was walking northbound on Mission when he was suddenly struck in the head from behind and fell to the ground losing consciousness. He doesn’t remember anything about the attackers or when exactly it happened. When he woke up he noticed his wallet and cellphone had been stolen. While Hoge and Wise interviewed the victim, Officer Coss went across the street to talk to witnesses. Instead he found several other victims who said they were attacked by several men, one of whom had a bat. They suffered cuts and bruises from the attack. Two ambulances arrived and took the victims to San Francisco General. One of the victim’s suffered a traumatic brain injury and was treated by neurosurgeons before being released. The others had their cuts and bruises treated before also being released. Report number. 160969300



Vehicle and Other Incidents:

01:42am           Mission/Russia                          Traffic Violation Arrest
04:10am           Unit Blk Virginia                       Restraining Order Violation
07:00am           800 Blk Foerester                      Stolen License Plate
08:22am           Mission/Onondaga                    Theft
10:00am           Ogden/Ellsworth                       Stolen Vehicle
11:45am           200 Blk Gambier                       Stolen Vehicle
12:31pm           London/Brazil                           Suspended Driver’s License
01:19pm           Delano/San Juan                       Vandalism to Vehicle
01:30pm           Ogden/Gates                             Theft from Vehicle
03:30pm           100 Blk Vienna                         Recovered Vehicle
04:54pm           700 Blk Chenery                      Theft from Vehicle
05:17pm           Unit Blk Santos                        Vandalism to Property
05:30pm           Geneva/Moscow                      Traffic Collision
05:58pm           100 Blk Highland                     Warrant Arrest
06:00pm           4200 Blk Folsom                      Stolen Vehicle
06:45pm           Raymond/Bayshore                  Hit and Run
09:10pm           Ocean/Plymouth                       Traffic Violation Arrest
11:00pm           500 Blk Leland                         Stolen Vehicle
11:00pm           100 Blk Craut                            Recovered Vehicle













Monday, December 5, 2016

Nov. 27, 2016


        Incident Date:
                          Sunday, November 27th, 2016


Note change: There will be NO Ingleside Community meeting on Tuesday, December 20, 2016 at 7p.m.  The next meeting will be on January 17, 2017. There will be more information to follow. 


     

        SFPD and Walgreens Kick Off 2016 Holiday Toy Drive

In collaboration with Walgreens drugstores, the San Francisco Police Department today launched its 2016 Holiday Toy Drive, benefitting the City’s children in need.

From November 18 to December 19, SFPD will be accepting donations of new, unwrapped toys at more than 60 San Francisco Walgreens locations. The goal is to exceed last year’s toy drive, in which approximately 2,500 items were donated at 30 Walgreens stores for distribution to San Francisco children.

“Everyone can make a difference in a child’s life,” said Interim Police Chief Toney Chaplin. “San Franciscans are generous, thoughtful people and we believe they will step up to brighten the holidays for children and provide happy memories for years to come. We thank Walgreens for doing their part again this year to help San Francisco youth.”

Donors can purchase or drop off a new, unwrapped toy at any San Francisco Walgreens that features a brightly colored and marked toy drive collection bin. Those unable to drop off a toy may also contribute to a Go Fund Me account (https://www.gofundme.com/sfpdtoydrive2016) established by the San Francisco Police Foundation to purchase toys for underprivileged children this holiday season.



Arrests:

12:10am     100 Blk Blythedale                           Dog Attack
An argument between two people resulted in one of them suffering serious wounds from a dog attack. The victim told Officers Toomey, Washington, and Ragusa that he was arguing with his neighbor when she suddenly told her 60lb. pit bull to attack him. The dog ran and bit the victim on the arm. The victim was able to punch the dog in the stomach which forced the dog to release its grip. The victim was taken to San Francisco General for treatment of six puncture wounds and a possible broken arm. The pit bull was taken by animal control. Its owner was arrested for assault and transported to Ingleside Station. Report number: 160963631


2:40am       29th & Mission                                  D.U.I
Dispatch sent Ingleside Officers Neuerburg and Landis to investigate a three car accident near the intersection of 29th and Mission. When they arrived on scene they found the driver of the first car which rear ended the second car that rear ended the third vehicle sitting in the back seat of her car. Witnesses said the driver of the first car quickly jumped into the back seat after the collision. Neuerburg and Landis asked the driver for her license but she didn’t have one. They also noticed that her eyes were flushed and she admitted to drinking several “Remy” cocktails before the collision. She was given a breath alcohol test and the results showed she had a blood alcohol concentration more than twice the legal limit. She was arrested and charged with D.U.I. The driver of the second vehicle had a suspended license. He was cited and released at the scene. Report number: 160963829


4:26pm       4500 Blk. Mission                            Assault
A dispute over merchandise resulted in a customer attacking a store owner’s mother with bleach. The victim told Ingleside Officers Archilla and Laokwansathitaya the customer was unhappy with some specialized merchandise he bought. The store owner offered to redo the project or return his money. But the customer refused and kept leaving violent voice messages on the store phone. On this afternoon, the customer arrived at the store carrying a bottle of bleach. The store owner confronted the customer who hit the owner with a bottle of bleach causing the cap to fall off. The bleach spilled on store merchandise and struck the owner’s mother. The store owner was able to wrestle the man to the ground while the police were called. The suspect who was on probation, was taken into custody and booked for assault, terrorist threats, and malicious mischief vandalism. Report number: 160965320


11:05pm     2200 Blk. Bayshore                         Stolen Vehicle
It was a rainy evening and traffic was light when Ingleside Officers Shih and Dito noticed an older Isuzu Rodeo blow through a stop sign at Somerset and San Bruno Avenue. The Isuzu had Iowa license plates attached over another license plate. The officers stopped the vehicle which was occupied by a male driver and two female passengers. The driver was unlicensed and the Iowa plate belonged to a Pontiac and not an Isuzu. However, it was covering a California plate that did belong to the Isuzu. A check of the plate revealed the vehicle was stolen several days before in Los Angeles. Inside the vehicle were construction tools belonging to the owner. The driver was arrested for driving without a license and using a fraudulent license plate. He was also listed as a “missing person” from South San Francisco. The Los Angeles owner of the Isuzu said the women passengers were the thieves who stole his car. They were booked for those charges and others related to the crime. Report number: 160966168


Serious Incidents:

6:09pm       Unit Blk. Florentine                         Robbery
A delivery driver was robbed of packages. The victim told Ingleside Officers Hoge and Cross that he parked his car and was opening the back hatch to take out some packages when a man ran up, placed a gun to his head, grabbed two packages and ran away to a silver SUV parked nearby. The victim told the officers that there was a female passenger in the SUV and the robber was the driver. Report number: 160965580



Vehicle and Other Incidents:

01:20am           London/Brazil                           Stolen Vehicle
03:37am           London/Brazil                           Recovered Vehicle
04:00am           5200 Blk Diamond Heights      Theft from Vehicle
06:25am           1100 Blk Alemany                    Stolen Vehicle
06:56am           Unit Blk Tucker                        Warrant Arrest
11:10am           1600 Blk Valencia                     Vandalism to Vehicle
04:50pm           Mission/30th Street                   Vandalism to MUNI Bus
05:30pm           2000 Blk Alemany                    Stolen Vehicle
07:50pm           Coleridge/Cortland                   Hit and Run
09:30pm           Santa Ynez/Cayuga                   Hit and Run







Nov. 26, 2016


        Incident Date:
                         Saturday, November 26th, 2016


Note change: There will be NO Ingleside Community meeting on Tuesday, December 20, 2016 at 7p.m.  The next meeting will be on January 17, 2017. There will be more information to follow. 


     

        SFPD and Walgreens Kick Off 2016 Holiday Toy Drive

In collaboration with Walgreens drugstores, the San Francisco Police Department today launched its 2016 Holiday Toy Drive, benefitting the City’s children in need.

From November 18 to December 19, SFPD will be accepting donations of new, unwrapped toys at more than 60 San Francisco Walgreens locations. The goal is to exceed last year’s toy drive, in which approximately 2,500 items were donated at 30 Walgreens stores for distribution to San Francisco children.

“Everyone can make a difference in a child’s life,” said Interim Police Chief Toney Chaplin. “San Franciscans are generous, thoughtful people and we believe they will step up to brighten the holidays for children and provide happy memories for years to come. We thank Walgreens for doing their part again this year to help San Francisco youth.”

Donors can purchase or drop off a new, unwrapped toy at any San Francisco Walgreens that features a brightly colored and marked toy drive collection bin. Those unable to drop off a toy may also contribute to a Go Fund Me account (https://www.gofundme.com/sfpdtoydrive2016) established by the San Francisco Police Foundation to purchase toys for underprivileged children this holiday season.


Arrests:

There are no arrests to report.






Serious Incidents:

There are no serious incidents to report.





Vehicle and Other Incidents:

12:30am           900 Blk Rutland                       Battery
02:00am           600 Blk Foerster                       Battery
03:26pm           1100 Blk Cayuga                      Burglary
03:46am           Mission/Persia                          No Driver’s License Issued
11:41am           200 Blk Jarboe                          Recovered Vehicle
12:00pm           200 Blk Brazil                          Burglary
01:57pm           Moscow/France                        No Driver’s License Issued
04:30pm           1800 Blk Geneva                      Battery
05:58pm           Mission/30th Street                   Traffic Collision
06:00pm           Unit Blk Pizarro Way                Burglary
06:00pm           Unit Blk Sgt John Young Ln     Battery
08:30pm           Folsom/Shotwell                       Stolen Vehicle
08:50pm           100 Blk Blythdale                     Vandalism to Vehicle
09:25pm           200 Blk Putnam                        Restraining Order Violation
11:27pm           Unit Blk Lawrence                    Recovered Vehicle













Thursday, December 1, 2016

Nov. 25, 2016


        Incident Date:
                          Friday, November 25th, 2016


Note change: There will be NO Ingleside Community meeting on Tuesday, December 20, 2016 at 7p.m.  The next meeting will be on January 17, 2017. There will be more information to follow. 


     

        SFPD and Walgreens Kick Off 2016 Holiday Toy Drive

In collaboration with Walgreens drugstores, the San Francisco Police Department today launched its 2016 Holiday Toy Drive, benefitting the City’s children in need.

From November 18 to December 19, SFPD will be accepting donations of new, unwrapped toys at more than 60 San Francisco Walgreens locations. The goal is to exceed last year’s toy drive, in which approximately 2,500 items were donated at 30 Walgreens stores for distribution to San Francisco children.

“Everyone can make a difference in a child’s life,” said Interim Police Chief Toney Chaplin. “San Franciscans are generous, thoughtful people and we believe they will step up to brighten the holidays for children and provide happy memories for years to come. We thank Walgreens for doing their part again this year to help San Francisco youth.”

Donors can purchase or drop off a new, unwrapped toy at any San Francisco Walgreens that features a brightly colored and marked toy drive collection bin. Those unable to drop off a toy may also contribute to a Go Fund Me account (https://www.gofundme.com/sfpdtoydrive2016) established by the San Francisco Police Foundation to purchase toys for underprivileged children this holiday season.


Arrests:

There are no arrests to report.




Serious Incidents:


1:20am       Unit Blk. Russia                               Attempted Robbery
Ingleside Officers Wong and Young were dispatched to a call of an attempted robbery and found the victim sitting on the sidewalk with his back against a building. The victim told Wong and Young that a few minutes before he was walking westbound on Russia towards Mission when he was approached by five young men. One of the five told h[HAN1] im “get off my block” while the other four started going through his pockets. The victim placed his hands over his pockets to prevent the theft of his valuables. That angered one of his assailants, who punched the victim in the face several times. Finally, one of the assailants said, “let him go”, and the suspects then fled eastbound on Russia. Emergency medical units transported him to San Francisco General for treatment. Report number: 160958353


3:00am       Geneva & Mission                           Aggravated Assault
A man walked into the emergency room at San Francisco General Hospital with serious lacerations to his left cheek and ear. He told the staff that he was attacked at a bus stop at Geneva and Mission. Ingleside Officers Landis and Neurerburg were dispatched to the hospital to interview the victim. He told the officers that two unknown men attacked him and then ran away. He told the officers he did not know the reason for the attack. Report number: 160958466


1:50pm       Visitacion & Mansell                       Robbery
Ingleside Lieutenant Yee and Officers Vong and Moreno were dispatched to a report of a robbery in a parking lot near the intersection of Visitacion and Mansell. When they arrived they found the victim bleeding from wounds to his face. He told the officers he was walking to his car when he was approached by a stranger who asked if he had a cell phone charger. When the victim replied “no”, the suspect punched him several times in the face causing him to fall to the ground. The suspect then reached into the victim’s pants and took his wallet. He also took jewelry before fleeing in an unknown direction. An ambulance took the victim to the hospital for treatment. Report number: 160959395



Vehicle and Other Incidents:

12:01am           700 Blk Vienna                        Stolen Vehicle
08:12am           100 Blk Pope                            Recovered Vehicle
09:00am           Curtis/Naples                           Stolen License Plate
09:45am           Anderson/Powhattan                Hit and Run
09:45am           Dalewood/Lansdale                  Theft from Vehicle
10:03am           Sickles/Huron                           Recovered Vehicle
11:55am           Persia/Vienna                           Traffic Violation Arrest
12:53pm           Unit Blk Admiral                      Recovered Vehicle
02:13pm           5500 Blk Mission                     Recovered Vehicle
04:00pm           France/Lisbon                          Stolen License Plate
05:20pm           Unit Blk Delta                          Hit and Run
06:17pm           500 Blk Naples                         Restraining Order Service
08:00pm           100 Blk Coleridge                    Stolen Vehicle
08:27pm           Unit Blk Ervine                        Recovered Vehicle
09:00pm           Brazil/La Grande                     Vandalism to Vehicle
10:24pm           Ocean/Lee                                No Driver’s License Issued
10:51pm           Avalon/Vienna                         Traffic Collision