Thursday, September 22, 2011

September 20, 2011

Incident Date:
Tuesday, September 20th, 2011

4:00pm      1500 Blk Sunnydale  Reckless Driving
Officers Trail, Peregoy and Johnson were on patrol in the Sunnydale Housing project when they observed a male driving a dirt bike travelling at a high rate of speed swerve over a double yellow line and enter the opposite lane of traffic.  The driver of the motorcycle was not wearing a helmet and Officer Trail recognized him from numerous contacts in the past.  The officers began to follow the motorcycle observing as the driver continued to make numerous additional traffic violations.  The officers noticed the suspect then park the motorcycle and enter a home near the 1900 block of Sunnydale.  The officers made contact with the residence at the address and the suspect was taken into custody without incident.  The record check revealed the suspect had an outstanding warrant and did not have a license to drive a motorcycle.  The officers took photos of the suspect and the dirt bike and booked them into evidence.  The motorcycle was towed to Auto Return.  Report 110758363   ***BEST ARREST OF THE DAY!!!***

4:43pm      Silver/Madrid             False Registration
Officer Nibunco and Chan were on patrol when they responded to assist Officers Daggett and Hurwitz who had two subjects detained.  One of the subjects was the registered owner of a vehicle which was parked where they were detained.  A record check of the vehicle returned with expired registration.  The subject had a false tab attached to the license plate displaying that his registration was current.  The subject was unable to provide the officers with any further paperwork showing his registration to be current.  A record check revealed the owner of the vehicle did have a valid California Driver’s License.  The officers seized the license plate which they booked into evidence and cited the owner of the vehicle for the false registration tabs.  Report 110758567

Other incidents:        
3:00am      Unit Blk Topaz           Burglary
Officer Araujo was dispatched to the call of a burglary.  He met with victim who told him that he secured his bicycle in his garage area last night.  He returned to the area this morning and noticed the bicycle was missing.   Officer Araujo could find no sign of forced entry and there were no surfaces where he could ascertain any fingerprints.  Report 110757655

12:00pm    700 Blk Monterey      Burglary
CPSAs Der and Reynolds responded to the call of a burglary.  Victim advised that he was in his office when he noticed items were missing.  He was unable to recall when the items were last seen but the suites where the works are shared by various other businesses.   CPSA Der noticed that the interior of the front door had a pry mark which was determined to be the area where the suspect entered and exited.  The victim stated there was no video surveillance available and was provided follow up information and additional forms should he notice any other items missing.  CPSA Reynolds took pictures of the damage to the door and booked them into evidence at Ingleside Police Station.  Report 110757989


9:35am                       100 Blk Newton                    Recovered Auto
10:15am                    800 Blk Rolph                       Traffic Collision
6:16pm                       Geneva/Naples                    Traffic Collision
9:00pm                       Los Palmos/Burlwood         H&R