Thursday, October 28, 2010


Incident Date:
Wednesday, October 27th, 2010


02:30 pm       Unit blk Curtis                     Cocaine Offense
Officers Hauscarriague and Almaguer observed a probationer in a vehicle and conducted a traffic stop.  The suspect had a warrantless search condition which the officers exercised.  The driver of the vehicle also had a search condition which was exercised.  During that search the officers located a baggie containing cocaine.  The suspect was taken into custody and booked at Ingleside Station.  Report number 100998563

Other incidents:

01:38 am       300 blk Athens                    Vandalism to Vehicle
A man and his wife heard sounds they believed may be gunshots.  They looked outside and saw that someone had vandalized their vehicle by smashing both windshields and scratching the paint on the whole vehicle.  They did not know who could have done this.  Report number 101001022

10:08 am       700 blk San Jose                Burglary, Flat, Forced
Officers Johnson and Bernard investigated a burglary in a residence under construction.  A rear door was entered and numerous tools were stolen.  Report number 100099785

12:05 pm       Unit blk Phelan                   Bicycle Theft
A student left his bicycle unsecured in a hallway for several hours and returned to find it had been stolen.  The matter was reported to SFCCPD Officer Hakes.  Report number 100998046

02:00 pm       100 blk Bemis                      Burglary, Apartment, Forced
Officer Paras investigated a burglary call.  The victim told the officer that he left his home secured except for a small bathroom window.  He returned home and found the window wide open and his front door unlocked.  The victim discovered that his laptop computer had been stolen.  Report number 101000052

03:00 pm       100 blk Roanoke                Theft from Locked Vehicle
A woman reported to PSA Guituan at Ingleside Station that her locked and unattended vehicle had been broken into.  The victim stated that the right rear window of the vehicle had been smashed and some cookware and clothing were stolen from the vehicle.  Report number 100999038

05:30 pm       200 blk Argonaut                Theft from Building
Officers Hom and Gomez responded to a theft call and met with the victim.  The victim stated that he met the suspect a day earlier and invited him to his house for the night.  The victim left the suspect alone in his room for a few minutes and returned to find the suspect and several items of the victims’ property gone.  Report number 100999436

10:55 pm       900 Ellsworth                      Burglary,Residence,Unlawful
 Residents of a public housing unit called regarding a burglary.  The victims told Officers Hermosura and Contreras that they left their home secured except for the kitchen window which was ajar for ventilation.  They returned to their home and found that someone had entered the home and stolen numerous electronics and accessories as well as jewelry and left through the back door which had been left unlocked.  Report number 101000698

Vehicle Incidents:

02:30 am       3100 blk Mission                              Stolen Auto
04:56 am       San Jose/Santa Rosa                     Unlicensed Driver
06:00 am       700 blk Brazil                                    Stolen Auto
07:40 am       San Jose/Liebig                               Traffic Collision
09:02 am       Unit blk Ocean                                 Traffic Collision H/R
01:34 pm       Geneva/Paris                                    Traffic Collision H/R
05:55 pm       Crescent/Nevada                             Suspended Driver
06:40 pm       600 blk Portola                                 Traffic Collision H/R
09:40 pm       Alemany/Geneva                             Suspended Driver
10:03 pm       800 blk Peru                                     Traffic Collision H/R

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Diamond Heights Health Fair

Diamond Heights Health & Safety Fair
Saturday, October 30th
10am – 2pm
5200 block of Diamond Heights Blvd, San Francisco

The Diamond Heights Health and Safety Fair
is a free annual event
bringing you entertainment & useful information about
health and safety resources in our community.

Kids’ Costume Parade, Games, Face Painting & Prizes!
Live Music
including the
Babar Jug Band!
Free Information from:

·         AIDS Healthcare Foundation
·         Cub Scouts
·         Diamond Heights Disaster
Ready Emergency Preparedness
·         Diamond Heights Neighborhood
Food Pantry
·         Dr Lonna Denny, Chiropractor
·         Dr. Richard Jacobs, UCSF
·         Huckleberry House
·         Institute on Aging
·         Janet Kessler “Safety with Wildlife”
·         La Casa de las Madres
·         NERT
  • SF Child Abuse Prevention Center
  • SFFD Ladder Truck
  • SFPD Mounted Police & Dog Unit
  • SF Police Department
  • Stonestown YMCA
  • SF Night Ministry
  • SPCA Adoption Center
  • SF Suicide Prevention
  • St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church
  • UCSF – Health Screenings
  • Walgreens – Flu Shots
  • and more!
Special Thanks to:
·         Annie Shynebaugh
·         Betsy Eddy, DHCA
·         Brown & Co, Noe Valley
·         Capt. Louis Cassanego, SFPD Ingleside Stn.
·         Jack Lenk, DHCA
·         Jensen’s Mail & Copy
·         Officer William McCarthy, SFPD Ingleside Stn.
·         Mindy Talmadge, SFFD

A community collaboration between Diamond Heights Shopping Center, St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church,
Noe Valley Nursery & Walgreens


Incident Date:
Tuesday, October 26th, 2010


07:08 pm       5200 Diamond Hgts                       Petty Theft w/ Prior
A store employee was seen by a security guard running after a man from the store.  The guard and the employee were able to get the man in custody.  The suspect had stolen several items from the store.  Officers Gomez and Lim responded and took over custody of the suspect.  A computer query revealed that the suspect had numerous prior theft convictions and was therefore booked at Ingleside Station.  Report number 100996294

07:51 pm       Visitacion/Schwerin                      Robbery w/Force
Officers Peregoy and Trail were flagged down and directed to a stopped Muni bus.  The officers located a man bleeding from the mouth who told them that he had been robbed and beaten.  The officers located a group of young Pacific Islander males and detained them.  One of the detained was later determined to be responsible for the victims’ injury.  The victim told the officers that he was seated on the bus, texting on his cell phone, when an African American male suddenly grabbed his phone and attempted to run off of the bus.  The victim grabbed the suspect and wrestled with him off of the bus.  The group of Pacific Islander boys exited the bus after them and one of those boys punched the victim numerous times causing his injury.  The suspect escaped capture with the victims’ property.  One suspect was booked at Ingleside Station and the others were released.  Report number 100996410

Other incidents:

04:00 am       5300 blk Diamond Hghts              Vandalism to Vehicles
Officers Rosiak and Trujillo responded to a call of vandalism and met with numerous vehicle owners who had discovered that their vehicle had been damaged.  The officers found eleven vehicles had been damaged with punctured tires, cracked windshields and dents and scratches within a two block area.  No suspect information was provided.  Report number 100994248

09:35 am       1200 blk Geneva                             Battery
A man approached PSA Zabarte at Ingleside Station and told him that he had been punched on the nose by another man at a gas station.  The victim stated that the suspect was impatient, waiting for the victim to finish pumping gas, as the suspect was blocked in by the victims’ vehicle.  The suspect then suddenly exited his car, approached the victim and punched him once on the nose causing an injury.  The suspect then fled the area.  The suspect was described as a Samoan male, 50-55 years old, 5’6, 170 lbs, with salt/pepper hair, wearing a blue jacket and blue jeans.  Report number 100994458

09:45 am       4600 blk Mission                             Theft Suspect
Officer Araujo responded to a store where the manager had a suspect from a previous theft detained.  The officer was shown video of the suspect stealing from the store about two weeks prior.  The suspect was identified and then released pending review by the District Attorneys Office.  Report number 100950563

01:44 pm       3500 blk Mission                             Robbery w/Gun
Officers Sullivan and Chang responded to a robbery with numerous other Ingleside Officers.  The officers met with the victim who stated that an African American male, 38-40 years old, 5’3, 130 lbs, approached her at the counter in the service station.  The suspect indicated that he had a gun concealed in his coat pocket and demanded the money from the register.  The victim complied and the suspect fled the store.  A nearby worker told the officers that he observed the suspect run behind the store and get into a 90’s Jaguar Sovereign that was being driven by another African American male.  The vehicle then fled the area.  The officers searched for the suspects and the vehicle to no avail.  Report number 100994997

03:56 pm       100 blk Burlwood                           Att Burglary
Officer Preston responded to a home and spoke with the owner who told him that someone had damaged the front door security gate.  The victim stated that the previous date he entered his home and found nothing damaged.  Upon exiting his home on this date he saw that the gate was damaged and there appeared to by prymarks at the latch cover.  No suspect information was available.  Report number 100995525

07:33 pm       Westwood/Wildwood                    Robbery w/Force
Officers Robinson and Pereira responded to a robbery call.  SF City College officer as well as other Ingleside Officers responded to the area as well.  The officers met with the victims who told them that they had just been robbed by three African American males, 15- 20 years old, who were wearing Giants clothing and caps.  The victims were walking from Ocean Ave up Westwood when the three suspects ran up behind them.  One suspect grabbed the female victims backpack from her shoulder and ran away.  A jacket was thrown over the male victims’ head and he was pushed to the ground.  The suspects demanded his money and he complied.  The suspects then ran away.  The female victim later recovered much of her property as it had been disposed of in the garbage been of a nearby home.  Her money, keys and cell phone were not recovered.  Report number 100996404

10:30 pm       500 blk Naples                            Burglary, Unlawful Entry
Officer Hermosura responded to a burglary call and met with the victims.  The victims stated that a window was left open for ventilation while the house was unoccupied.  The victims returned and found that the screen was removed from the window. The victims found that one bedroom had been ransacked and a laptop computer and other electronics were stolen.  Report number 100996705

Vehicle Incidents:

08:11 am       Visitacion/Bayshore                        Traffic Collision
08:22 am       200 blk Athens                                Recovered Auto
09:00 am       1000 blk Munich                              Stolen Auto
09:49 am       Mission/Santa Rosa                       Traffic Collision
10:13 am       Geneva/Cayuga                              Suspended Driver
03:00 pm       Crescent/Folsom                            Unlicensed Driver

Tuesday, October 26, 2010


Incident Date:
Monday, October 25th, 2010


07:59 am       385 Monterey                       Theft from Locked Vehicle
Sgt Escobar with Officers Rosiak and Smethurst responded to an auto boost that had just occurred.  Sgt Escobar and Officer Rosiak located the described suspect and detained him.  The witness positively identified the suspect and he was identified in another incident as well.  The victims property was located in a back pack the suspect was wearing.  He was transported to Ingleside Station where he was later booked.  Report number 100991034

05:45 pm       3300 blk Mission                 Shoplifting/Battery
Officers Lim with Officers Leong and Conceicao responded to a security guard holding a shoplifter prisoner at a grocery store.  The officers met with the guard who told them that he observed the suspect walk out of the store with several items for which he made no attempt to pay.  The guard escorted the suspect to the back of the store and while there the suspect kicked the guard on the leg.  The suspect was transported to Ingleside Station and later cited and released.  Report number 100992656

Other incidents:

06:50 am       200 blk Leland                     Att Burglary, Forced
 An unknown suspect attempted to enter a portable construction building but was thwarted by the security bars on the window.  The contractor noticed the attempted entry and called for the police.  Officers Muro and Araujo responded and located latent fingerprints.  Report number 100990860

03:45 am       2800 blk Diamond              Shoplifting
A shoplifting suspect was seen in a grocery store and contacted by the store owner.  The suspect had previously stolen a large amount of expensive liquor from the grocery store, but was not seen in possession of any stolen property on this date.  Officers Ng and Hintzen searched the area for the suspect to no avail.  Report number 100992474

06:01 pm       Geneva/Moscow                 Theft, Other Property
Officers Kneuker and Shugars responded to a theft call.  The officers met with the snack bar manager at Crocker Amazon Park who told the officers that three young African American males, 10-12 years old, ran up to the snack shack and one of the suspects reached through the window and grabbed a plastic jar containing about $15.00.  The victim stated that the three suspects ran away together toward the skate park.  Report number 100992703

06:09 pm       700 blk Geneva                   Robbery w/ Force
Officers Robinson and Pereira responded to a purse snatch call and searched for the suspect to no avail.  The officers met with the victim who told them that an African American male, 28-30 years old, 5’8, 165 lbs, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, black jeans, ran up behind her and grabbed her purse. She struggled with the suspect who overpowered her and knocked her to the ground.  The suspect was then able to yank the purse from her grasp.  The victim showed the officers that she suffered an abrasion to her knees from the fall.  Report number 100992719

06:25 pm       Geneva/Santos                   Theft from Person 
PSA Knuckles was approached at Ingleside Station by a woman who told him that her purse had been stolen from her lap while seated on a Muni bus.  The victim stated that she was seated next to the back door of a bus. When it came to a stop an African American male, 20-25 years old, 6’0, 175 lbs, with long dreadlock hair and wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, suddenly grabbed her purse from her lap and ran off of the bus with two other African American males.  The additional suspects were also wearing black hooded sweatshirts and were in the same age range.  Report number 100993018

07:30 pm       Unit blk Leland                    Battery
Officer Antonian and Dudley responded to a hospital and met with a victim who told them that he had been punched by an unknown suspect causing an injury.  The victim stated that he exited a market and was immediately confronted by an unknown African American male, 30-35 years old, 6’2, 200 lbs, wearing a black jacket, blue jeans and black/orange shoes who began to swing and punch at the victim.  The suspect struck the victim several times causing the victim to fall to the ground.  The suspect fled the scene and the victim went to the hospital.  Report number 100993137

08:37 pm       200 blk Havelock                Att Robbery w/ Gun
Officer Gomez met with an attempted robbery victim while Officers Leong and Conceicao searched the area for the suspect.  The victim told the officer that she was walking from City College toward Edna when she saw three African American males at the corner.  She had her cell phone in her hand as she approached them.  One of the suspects demanded her phone while pointing a handgun at her.  The victim screamed and one of the other suspects grabbed at her bag.  Just then a car turned onto the street and the suspects fled into a sedan double parked across the street with a fourth suspect in the drivers seat. The vehicle then fled the area.  Report number 100993206

Vehicle Incidents:

04:17 am       Geneva/I280                         Traffic Collision
12:30 pm       4000 blk Mission                  Stolen Auto
01:06 am       Mission/29th St                     Unlicensed Driver

Monday, October 25, 2010

Halloween Safety Flyer

Happy Halloween From Your Neighborhood Police Station

As you know, Halloween is fun for kids & adults alike.  It is also one of the busiest nights for police officers.  SFPD will be out in full force to help everyone enjoy a great Halloween.  As a father of two kids, when I’m not working, I will be on trick-or-treat duty.   Below are a list of ways to practice a safe Halloween I have picked up over the years and others recommended from the National Safety Council:

  • Children under 12 should be accompanied by an adult.
  • Know which route your kids will take, have an pre-determined return time, and have them carry a phone.
  • Kids should have all treats looked at in good lighting at home before they consume candy. 
  • Carry a flashlight. 
  • If going to a crowded event, write your child’s name, your cell phone number/name, & address on their arm with safe ink.  Tell them to go to a police/fire/EMT if they get lost.  
  • Children should be told to only go to well lit homes, preferable in a neighborhood they know. 
  • Don’t go into any stranger’s house or enter fenced areas where they might run into a dog.  
  • Walk, not run from house to house. 
  • Always use sidewalk and look out for cars.

  • Make sure the costumes fit your kids so they don’t trip and can see out clearly. 
  • Use reflective material and if the custom is dark, most bike shops carry reflective bands. 
  • When buying Halloween make-up.  Make sure it’s non-toxic and will not have a bad reaction (Laboratory tested / safe color additives help control quality). 
  • Fake firearms, knifes, other weapons are not a good idea as accessories for your costume.  It is very hard for officers to tell what is real and not real. 

  • Drive slowly and look out for extra pedestrian traffic.
  • Don’t drink and drive.  Get a cab app. for your phone or have a designated driver.
  • Driveways are extra dangerous, back-out/enter with extra caution.
  • Even better, bike to where you have to go, because most likely the parking in most retail/business districts will be scarce.

  • Know your environment and keep your head up.  
  • Put that phone away!  Yes, surfing the web is fun, but it also makes you a target.  iPhones/Smartphones are the #1 stolen item in San Francisco!  
  • Walk in well lit areas that are well travelled.
  • If you are confronted, don’t resist.  Try to remember face/hair, clothing, weapon, and direction they ran or vehicle they used. 
  • When calling 911 try to be calm and give as much information the dispatcher needs to get police to your area.   Remember dispatchers have to enter information on the screen in a certain sequence to units can get to the area quickly, try not to get frustrated. 

Wishing you all a wonderful Halloween! 

Raj Vaswani
Police Lieutenant
Patrol Watch Commander

Wilderness Program Update

On October 20, 21, 21, 2010 the Wilderness Program provided a 3-day 2-night backpacking trip to Angel Island State Park.  Visitation Valley Middle School participated with 14 students 2 teachers, and 3 officers.


Incident Date:
Sunday, October 24th, 2010


11:25 am       Unit blk Phelan                   Robbery w/ Gun
Officer Muro was dispatched to City College regarding a robbery.  Sgt. Karp and Officers Morgante, Trujillo and Rosiak also responded.  The victim told the officers that he met with the suspect and another man to purchase a vehicle.  The victim picked them up in his car and drove with them to the place the car was supposedly parked at City College.  The second suspect, seated in the back seat, suddenly pointed a handgun at the victim and demanded his money.  The two suspects then went through his pockets while he was driving and took his money.  The victim, then fearing for his safety, pulled into the parking lot and ran from his vehicle into a football game.  One suspect was located and taken into custody by the responding officers.  The second suspect was not located.  Report number 100988611

06:17 pm       4700 blk Mission                 Amphetamine/Marijuana
Officers Fung and Sugitan heard raised voices like someone was fighting and located two subjects who quickly walked away from them.  The officers contacted the suspects who were in possession of a large open beer can.  The officers asked the suspects if they had anything on them and one of the suspects stated that he had marijuana.  The suspect was taken into custody and searched.  He had marijuana and ecstacy pills in his possession.  He was taken to Ingleside Station where he was later booked.  The other suspect was released at the scene.  Report number 100989681

08:36 pm       1600 blk Valencia               Att Robbery w/Knife
Officers Conceicao and Leong responded to a robbery call and caught the suspect who was attempting to flee on foot.  The officers met with the victim who stated that the suspect attempted to rob him of his carts full of glass bottles at knifepoint.  The officers searched the area and found the discarded knife along the path the suspect had traversed while fleeing.  The victim identified the suspect and the weapon.  The suspect was taken to Ingleside Station where he was later booked for the above and an outstanding warrant.  Report number 100990042

Other incidents:

10:00 am       1300 Shotwell                      Att Theft from Unlocked Veh
Officer Curry responded to an auto boost call and met with the victim.  The victim told the officer that she left her vehicle unlocked and parked overnight.  She returned to the vehicle in the morning and found that someone had broken out a window and rifled through her car, leaving many items out in the rain, but stealing nothing.  Report number 100988279

02:50 pm       Wabash /San Bruno          Robbery w/Force
Officers Sugitan and Fung responded to a robbery call.  A woman, walking in the rain, was pushed from behind by an unknown suspect, knocking her to the ground.  The suspect pulled the victims purse from over her head and ran away.  The victim suffered bruised knees.  Report number 100989073

05:50 pm       Russia/Dublin                     Robbery w/Gun
A woman walking by herself saw a vehicle that appeared to be following her.  She changed directions and the vehicle pulled up near her.  The driver, an African American male, 16-18 years old, 5’7, 140 lbs, exited the vehicle and pointed a handgun at the victim.  The victim spoke limited English and attempted to plead with the suspect not to harm her.  A second African American male teenager exited the vehicle, said something to her, and grabbed her purse from her.  Both suspects then got back into the car and sped away.  The vehicle was described as a blue Honda sedan.  The victims’ husband, whom she had called just before the robbery, saw the suspects hold up his wife as he ran to her aid.  Report number 100989562

 05:51 pm      4900 blk Mission                 Shoplifting
A store security guard took a shoplifting suspect into custody and seated him in the store security office while he contacted the police.  The suspect suddenly ran out of the office and out of the store via a loading door.  The stolen goods were recovered.  Officer Gomez responded and prepared a report.  Report number 100989653

Vehicle Incidents:

10:30 am       Elsie/Virginia                                    Stolen Auto
02:40 pm       3800 blk Mission                              Traffic Collision H/R
05:01 pm       4100 blk San Bruno                        Recovered Auto
11:25 pm       Mission/Santa Rosa                        Unlicensed Driver


Incident Date:
Saturday, October 23rd, 2010


01:00 am       200 blk Gambier                  Disturbing the Peace
Officers Henry-Garcia and Anderson responded to a noise complaint.  The officers heard loud music and screaming voices coming from the home.  The officers met with the complainant who signed a citizens arrest for the excessive noise.  The officers gave the resident a citation for the noise.  Report number 100984603

03:37 pm       2000 blk Alemany               Warrant Arrest
Officers Burke, Tam and Daggett observed a couple loitering near a residence and contacted them.  The officers found that the male subject had a warrant for his arrest.  The female subject had just gotten off of parole and had no current wants.  The male was taken into custody and later booked at Ingleside Station.  Report number 100986198

04:15 pm       3300 blk Mission                 Shoplifting/Narcotics/Warrant
Officers Murphy and Pedersen were approached by a security officer at a grocery store while they were conducting a passing call at the store.  The security officer advised the officers that he had a shoplifter detained and requested their assistance.  The officers found that the suspect had failed to pay for donuts that he ate while walking around the store.  A search of the man revealed that he had secreted $123.00 worth of store merchandise on him as well.  The suspect was found to have narcotics paraphernalia on him as well as several warrants for his arrest.  He was taken into custody and booked at Ingleside Station.  Report number 100986223

06:08 pm       Unit blk Phelan                   Marijuana Offense
SFCCPD Officer Burlyga observed a vehicle with a headlamp out and conducted a traffic stop.  The officer found that the vehicle contained many pounds of marijuana.  The driver told the officer that he worked for a dispensary, but had no proof of his employment.  The driver also had a prior arrest for the same offense. The driver was taken into custody and later booked at County Jail.  Report number 100986825

06:20 pm       100 blk Blythdale                Hot Prowl Burglary
Officers Tam, Daggett and Burke were working in plain clothes when a call was broadcast of a burglary in progress.  The officers arrived on the scene and spotted two suspects exit the house.  The suspects ran from the officers and were later taken into custody with four other suspects.  One suspect was able to elude capture.  The officers recovered numerous items of stolen property, and located two handguns.  The suspects were all booked or cited and release to parents.  Also recovered was a stolen vehicle which was apparently being used by the suspects to get away with their stolen goods.  Report number 100986728

Other incidents:

01:17 am       Unit blk Brookdale             Vandalism to Vehicle
Officers Gabriel and Apodaca responded to a vandalism call.  The officers met with the victim who showed them that his whole vehicle was “keyed” by an unknown suspect.  Report number 100984556

11:00 am       2200 blk Alemany               Robbery w/ Force
Officers Rosiak and Trujillo responded to a robbery call.  The officers met with the victim who had suffered abrasions to her hands during the incident.  The victim told the officers that she was walking by herself when she observed an African American man, 20-25 years old, 5’10, 180 lbs, with black hair, cross the street behind her.  The man then ran up behind the victim and wrestled her purse from her which was carried across her chest.  The victim was thrown to the ground while she attempted to retain her possessions.  The suspect ran way on foot.  The officers searched for the suspect to no avail.  Report number 100985532

01:15 pm       Unit blk Santos                   Hot Prowl Burglary
Officers Trail and Peregoy responded to a burglary call.  Officer Tillan responded to assist with Spanish translation.  The victims told the officers that one family member was asleep in a bedroom when they left for a short time.  Upon their return they found the rear door of the housing unit wide open.  They woke the sleeping family member who told them that he heard and saw someone in the house and in his bedroom, but thought it was the rest of the family.  He was not disturbed in his sleep but rolled over and saw the back of someone leaving his room.  A television and components were stolen from the living room.  Report number 100985918

01:25 pm       3900 blk Mission                 Robbery w/ Force
Officers Fung and Sugitan met with a robbery victim who told them that an African American male, 20-25 years old,5’10, medium build with a dark complexion and wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, had just robbed her of her purse.  The victim stated that she was standing looking through her purse for her keys when the suspect walked up to her and grabbed her purse.  She attempted to hold on to the bag, but eventually was overpowered by the suspect.  She ran after him as did a witness, but he made good his escape.  The area was searched by numerous Ingleside Station officers to no avail.  Report number 100985861

03:30 pm       200 blk Duncan                   Vandalism to Vehicle
Officer Castillo responded to a vandalism call and met with the victim who told the officer that an unknown suspect had scratched his vehicle.  Report number 100986461

04:30 pm       4900 blk Mission                 Shoplifting
A shoplifting suspect was arrested by store security and then fought to escape the arrest.  The store security guards retained the suspects’ personal property which included his identification and other items of clothing and accessories.  The suspect ran away and was not located.  Officer Leong responded to the scene and seized the evidence.  Report number 100986392

05:01 pm       4100 San Bruno                  Recovered Auto
Officers Daggett and Hurwitz observed a vehicle parked and unattended and conducted a computer query on the license plate.  The vehicle was stolen.  The officers searched the vehicle and found numerous items of property in the vehicle in the name of a suspect with a criminal history.  Narcotics paraphernalia was also recovered in the vehicle.  Report number 100901704

07:25 pm       Mission/Goethe                   Attempted Robbery
Officers Kneuker and Leong responded to a robbery call and met with the victim.  The victim stated that she was seated on a Muni bus when the suspect, an African American male, 45-50 years old, 6’3, 270 lbs, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and blue jeans, grabbed her purse and tried to pull it away from her.  The victim held onto her bag and the suspect punched her one time on the face.  The suspect then got off of the bus at Mission/Geneva.  The victim recognized the suspect from her neighborhood, the Sunnydale Public Housing Complex.  Report number 100986819

11:35 pm       4500 blk Mission                 Breaking Windows
Officer HenryGarcia responded to a broken window call at a laundromat.  The victim stated that an unknown suspect shattered a large window with an unknown object.  Report number 100987390

11:35 pm       Delano/Oneida                    Vandalism to Vehicle/Strip
A woman entered Ingleside Station and told PSA Knuckles that her vehicle had been entered and the seats stolen.  She also found that the exterior of the vehicle had been scratched.  Report number 100989346

Vehicle Incidents:

03:11 am       San Jose/Randall               Suspended Driver
09:00 am       Unit blk Racine                    Stolen/Recovered Auto
12:05 pm       San Jose/28th St                 Suspended Driver
06:20 pm       Mission/29th St                     Traffic Collision
06:32 pm       100 blk Blythdale                 Recovered Auto