Monday, November 1, 2010


Incident Date:
Friday, October 29th, 2010


05:15 pm       14th St/Shotwell                   Traffic Violation/Narcotics
Officers Almaguer and Hauscarriague conducted an investigation that led them to a suspect in the Mission district.  The officers contacted and detained a narcotics trafficking suspect who was driving a vehicle with a suspended license.  The officers later discovered that the suspect was indeed transporting narcotics for sales and seized almost 5 grams of methamphetamine.  The suspect was booked at Ingleside Station.  Report number 1001006856

09:58 pm       3300 blk Mission                 Shoplifting
Officer Otaguro with Officers Dilag and Lundy responded to a shoplifting call.  The officers met with the security staff who told them that they had a teenage African American boy detained.  The suspect was under the influence of alcohol and marijuana and was transported to SFGH.  The officers found that the suspect had stolen several snack items as well as liquor from the store.  The suspect was later booked at the Juvenile Justice Center.  Report number 101007105

Other incidents:

02:00 am       300 blk Genessee               Graffiti Vandalism
A man responded to Ingleside Station and stated to Officer Brown that he believed that the walkway in front of his home had been vandalized with paint.  The victim stated that he has had some disagreements with the neighbor and believed that he was possibly involved.  Officer Ma responded to the house to document the damage and found that the rain had washed the paint away.  Report number 101004628

02:24 am       300 blk Rolph                      Burglary,Store,Forced
Officers Lozano and McCall responded to a burglary call at a corner market.  Surveillance footage showed two suspects entering the store through a window they broke and stealing a cash register and cash box.  Report number 101004656

07:30 am       100 blk Lisbon                    Theft from Locked Vehicle
A victim entered Ingleside Station and reported to Officer Morgante that her locked vehicle had been forced open and the car stereo stolen from the vehicle as well as the coins from the coin box.  The vehicle door lock was damaged. Report number 101005234

08:00 am       600 blk Monterey                Threats
A garbage man on his route was threatened by a man who claimed to be a member of a criminal motorcycle gang.  The garbage truck had blocked a street due to the size of the street, causing the suspect to be held up behind the truck.  The suspect was a white male, 40-50 years old, 6’1, 300 lbs, with a bald head and mustache.  The suspect was wearing a black jacket with “Frisco” on the front chest and black pants.  The suspect was driving a dark blue Chevy Blazer.  Officer Naval prepared the report.  Report number 101004979

08:00 am       100 blk Andover                 Burglary,Residence,Unlawful
Officer Toomey responded to a burglary call.  The officer met with the victim who stated that someone had entered the garage area of the home at about 0500 hrs.  The victim and her husband heard noises, but believed they were coming from next door.  The victims went to the garage later in the morning and found that the family’s bicycles and some bicycle accessories had been stolen.  The family car had also been scratched during the burglary.  Report number 101005977

02:20 pm       1700 blk Sunnydale           Gang Injunction Service
Officers Johnson and Obot were on patrol when the observed a criminal gang member who was subject to a Civil Gang Injunction.  The officers served the subject the injunction notice.  Report number 101005808

03:30 pm       200 blk Lansdale                Burglary, Residence, Forced
Officer Preston responded to a burglary call and met with the victim.  The victim stated that the alarm for the home had been left off, but the house left secure, as she has scheduled a painter to complete some work at the home.  The painter arrived and found the home in disarray and the sliding door ajar.  He notified the victim who returned home.  The victim found that a desktop computer, a small television, and a jewelry box were stolen.  An ATM card which had also been stolen had been used at a gas station in San Francisco as well as Oakland.  Report number 101006226

09:15 pm       1600 blk Sunnydale           Breaking Windows
Officers Apodaca and Gabriel responded to a vandalism call.  The victim stated that she was discussing a debt with the suspect when he became violent with her.  Fearing for her safety she fled her home with the suspect still inside.  She called for the police from a friends’ home. Upon returning to her housing unit she found that ten windows had been smashed out, presumably by the suspect.  Report number 101006969

Vehicle Incidents:

12:51 am       Alemany/Santa Rosa          Unlicensed Driver
03:00 am       700 blk Edinburgh               Stolen Auto
10:30 am       100 blk Morse                       Recovered Auto
11:30 am       200 blk Curtis                       Stolen Auto
08:34 pm       Cortland/Winfield                 Traffic Collision
09:23 pm       Unit blk College Terr           Traffic Collision H/R
09:30 pm       Ruth/Mission                        Traffic Collision H/R