Monday, August 1, 2011

July 30, 2011

Incident Date:
Saturday, July 30th, 2011


12:23pm             Phelan/Ocean             Robbery
Officers Sugitan, Preston and Araujo responded to the call of a robbery.  They located victim who provided a description of the suspects and officers canvassed the area in search of the suspects.  Victim advised that he was waiting at the bus stop when several males exited a Muni bus.  One of the males asked him if he had a dollar and victim told him he had no money.  Shortly thereafter one of the males approached him and asked him if he claimed any gang affiliation.  The victim told him that he didn’t and the male grabbed and ripped a necklace from the victim’s neck.  The suspect then ran off in an unknown direction.  The officers located a male matching the description of the suspect who had taken the necklace.  Victim was transported to the area where the male was detained and the victim positively identified him as the suspect who had taken the necklace.  The suspect was transported to Ingleside station where Sgt. Bailey interviewed him.  Suspect told Sgt. Bailey where he had ditched the necklace.  Officers responded to the area and recovered the stolen necklace.  The suspect was booked for the robbery.  Officers requested a copy of the surveillance video from Muni.  Report Number 110609164

8:28pm              Madison/Silver             DUI
Officers Leong and Khan responded to the area along with several other Ingleside units regarding a vehicle accident with injuries.  A victim was trapped in one of the vehicles and SFFD successfully removed him from the vehicle and he was transported to the hospital for medical assistance.  Several witnesses were interviewed at the scene.  An additional Chevrolet vehicle was involved and the owner had fled the scene.  One of the witnesses advised that she had witnessed the incident and that she could identify the driver/suspect if she saw him again.  A description of the suspect was broadcasted and officers detained someone matching that description a few blocks away.  The witness was transported to where the suspect was detained and she identified him as the driver of the Chevrolet who had fled the scene.  An arrest search of the suspect also located keys which belonged to a Chevrolet.  Suspect also had a strong smell of alcohol on his breath and walked unsteadily.  Officers performed several field sobriety tests at the scene which he failed.  Additionally, Officer Archilla performed a Preliminary Alcohol Screening test at the scene.  A record check revealed the suspect also had a suspended driver’s license.  He was then transported to Mission Station where a phlebotomist was performed in Officer Khan’s presence as well.  All evidence was booked into evidence and the suspect was booked for driving under the influence, and felony hit and run.  Report Number 110610199

10:49pm              Onondaga/Wanda    Warrant Arrest
Officers Benavidez Seavey were on patrol when they observed a vehicle with expired registration.  The officers affected a traffic stop and identified the occupants.  One of the occupants provided false information on various occasions.  When he finally provided the correct name a record check revealed an active outstanding warrant.  The suspect was taken into custody and the driver of the vehicle was cited for the violation at the scene.  Report Number 110610490

Other incidents:          

1:50am                200 Blk Ney              Robbery
Officers Cassinelli and Hom were dispatched to an assault.  They located a victim who was screaming and stating that he had just been attacked and sprayed with pepper spray.  Victim stated he exited a taxi and was walking home when several males approached him and one of them pushed him to the ground.  The suspects then proceeded to search through his pockets, one of them sprayed him with pepper spray and another took his cellular phone.  The suspects then fled in an unknown direction.  Victim said he would be unable to identify them if he saw them again and stated he was not injured.  The officers attempted to find the stolen cellular phone but it was not equipped with a tracking application.  Report Number 110608235

3:00am               Unit Blk Schwerin    Burglary
Officers Wilson and Murphy responded to the call of a burglary.  Complainant stated that the building had been locked and secured and when she arrived this morning found an office window had been smashed and the office ransacked.  Officers determined this to be the point of entry as no other area had been damaged.  Complainant stated she was unsure if anything else was missing from the premises.  Officers took photos of the damage and booked them into evidence.  Report Number 110609374

4:07am               Unit Blk Brunswick   Vandalism
Officers Shugars and Barajas responded to the call of a vandalism.  Complainant advised that someone had broken the glass to the front door and was in the home.  Officers detained the individual who was intoxicated and said he was trying to sleep.  The individual believed he was in his own home and didn’t mean any harm.  The complainant refused further police activity and only wanted the individual removed.   Officers determined the individual was able to care for himself and provided him with a ride home.  Report Number 110608439

4:10am               200 Blk Ney             Fire Report
Officers Lozano and McCall were dispatched to a fire in progress.  The Chief Batallion stated the fire was suspicious as the building was empty.  He requested the officers do a police report should anything further arise from the incident.  Report Number 110608445

6:55am               400 Blk Geneva       Theft
Officer Turner and Sgt. Escobar responded to the call of a theft.  Complainant advised that a Muni train had been left unattended and a male had opened a window and stolen a book of transfer tickets.  There was no other information provided but a vague description and complainant advised noone would be able to identify the suspect.  Officers searched the area unsuccessfully for the male suspect.  Report Number 110608536

8:15am               200 Blk Tara            Battery
Victim responded to Ingleside station to report a battery.  She stated that she had gotten into an altercation with her daughter and the daughter had pushed her several times.  Victim said she has had various problems with her daughter in the past and that she wanted the incident documented.  Victim was not injured and refused medical assistance.  Report Number 110608649

1:00pm              500 Blk Staples        False Personation
Victim came to Ingleside station to report a fraud.  She stated she arrived home and found she had misplaced her wallet earlier and there were several items missing.  She then learned a credit card had been opened in her name which she did not authorize.  Victim wanted the incident documented should anything further occur.  She was unable to provide the officer with any further information.  Report Number 110608990

6:00pm              400 Blk Russia         Battery
Officers Blume and Pereira responded to a battery call.  Victim advised that earlier that day he was in an altercation with a known suspect who approached him with several other males and punched him twice in the face.  Suspect then threw him to the ground and kicked him several times.  The suspects then left the area.  Victim went home and decided to report the incident.  He said he was not injured and refused medical assistance.  He provided a picture of the suspect from Facebook which was booked into evidence at Ingleside station.  Report Number 110610014

6:30pm               1900 Blk Sunnydale Vandalism
Officers Trail and Peregoy responded to the call of a vandalism.  Victim stated that she parked and secured her vehicle and when she returned found damage to the rear window.  She did not suspect anyone and was unable to provide any further information.  Report number 113609023