Thursday, September 22, 2011

September 21, 2011

Incident Date:
Wednesday, September 21st, 2011

3:40am               Ocean/Persia              False Reg.
Officers Padilla and Seavey were on patrol in a marked vehicle when they conducted a record check on a suspicious vehicle travelling in front of them.  A record check revealed that the vehicle’s registration was expired.  The rear license plate of the vehicle displayed a tab with current registration.  The officers affected a traffic stop and the driver of the vehicle was cited for the violation.  The officers took custody of the license plate and booked it into evidence at Ingleside Police Station. 
Report 110763306   ***BEST ARREST OF THE DAY!!!***

9:00pm               300 Blk Prague           Battery
Officers Habib and Pereira responded to a fight.  They arrived and located two of the tenants who reside in the home who admitted they had had an argument and pushed each other around.  Both victims complained of pain but refused medical attention.  The officers interviewed both victims who stated the argument was regarding rent that was due.  When the female victim approached the male he tried to avoid her and went to his bedroom.  The female followed him and threw things around the room, breaking some items and they began to struggle.  During the struggle the female felt pain in her arm and the male victim suffered scratches to the right side of his neck.  The female victim refused to press charges.  The male victim signed a citizen’s arrest and insisted police action be taken against the female.  The female was cited for the battery.  Report 110762693

Other incidents:        
2:00am               Teresita/Foerster       Robbery
Officers McMilton and Morse responded to a robbery call of a person who had a gun.  Victim advised that he was walking on Teresita Street when he noticed a silver vehicle pass by him.  A few seconds later the same vehicle passed him in the opposite direction and parked down the street in the direction victim was walking.  Two males then exited the vehicle and began walking toward the victim.  The victim said he attempted to walk around them when one of the males pulled out a handgun, pointed it at the victim’s chest and said, “Give me your iPhone.”  The suspects then went through all of the victims pockets, removed several items and ran back to the vehicle.  The vehicle took off down Teresita.  The victim was not injured and refused medical assistance.  The officers responded to a grocery store nearby who has surveillance cameras and asked to owner to see if the cameras might have picked up any information on the silver vehicle.  The owner of the store stated he did not know how to work the camera but would have his son make a copy of the tape and deliver it to the investigating officers.  SFPD’s Criminal Investigations Unit responded to the scene and took over the investigation.  Report 110763215


11:37pm                    Mission/Geneva                   Traffic Collision