Friday, October 28, 2011


Incident Date:
Thursday, October 27th, 2011


3:43pm                Otsego/Onondaga          Warrant
Officer Aslam was on patrol when he spotted a suspect driving on the wrong side of the street. When the officer pulled the suspect over he did a record check and realized the suspect had an outstanding warrant for battery. The officer took the suspect into custody and the suspect was booked on the listed warrant and traffic charges at Ingleside Station. Report number 110867390

4:53pm                3300 blk Mission          Theft
Officers Chew and Lim were sent to investigate a shoplifting incident. The officers met with Loss Prevention Officer Rollinson who had the suspect detained. The L.P. officer stated he placed the suspect under citizen arrest because there were items in the suspects’ purse that were unpaid for. The officers collected the receipt, a statement from the L.P. officer and the Citizens Arrest Form and booked them at Ingleside Station. Report number 110865106

7:22pm                300 blk Congdon          Graffiti
Officers Blume and Shugars were on patrol when they observed a suspect writing on an electrical box. The officers pulled up alongside the suspect and the suspect without him noticing. The officers were able to place the suspect under arrest and recover the marking instrument used to damage City property. Another vandal behind bars because of watchful officers!! The writing instrument was booked as evidence at Ingleside Station. Report number 110868031. This is ****The Best Arrest of the Day****

Other incidents:

9:50am                Unit blk Phelan            Theft
Officer Bermudez was sent to investigate a theft case. The Officer met with the victim who stated he had placed his belongings inside a locked locker. The victim said he left to work out, and when he returned he realized his locker was opened, the lock was missing and he was missing money from his wallet. There were no witnesses or suspects found. Report number 110866966

11:56am              600 blk Moscow            Fire Code Violation
Officers McCarthy and Soulette responded to follow up on a complaint of someone running an illegal business from their residence. Upon the Officers arrival they came across mounds of recycling junk, car batteries and tires. Tires are very flamable and are not easily extinguished. The Officers called SFFD to evaluate the situation. Fire Engine 43 responded as well as Battalion Chief Cremen and Fire Inspector Fedigan. The fire Inspector issued the suspect with a notice of compliance and stated that the residence must be cleaned by the next morning, or else a Fire Code Violation would be issued. The suspect stated all the hazardous materials would be disposed of properly. This neighborhood is now a safer place and rid of noxious tire fumes. Report number 110866784

4:00pm                300 blk College             Fraud
Police Service Aide Navarro and Der responded to a report of fraud. The victim stated when he came home he noticed two Fedex envelopes on the ground by the front door. Inside the envelopes were checks for over $2,000 each. The victim said in one of his emails there was instructions to keep a certain amount for himself and send the rest to an unknown suspect. The victim informed the officers that he had no idea of who the individuals were who sent him the email, nor did he know who the person he was instructed to send the check to. The victim stated he believed these checks were fraudulent, and requested to file a police report. The PSAs took the checks, Fedex air bills and copies of the emails and booked all evidence at Ingleside Station. Report number 110866615

9:10pm                500 blk Precita              Robbery
Officers Shugars and Blume quickly responded to investigate a robbery report. The victim stated she was walking down the street when an unknown suspect came up from behind her and put her in a bear hug. The victim stated the suspect was trying to take her purse, but the victim put up a fight and wouldn’t let go of the purse. Eventually the victim got scared and yelled for help. By this time she let go of the purse. The suspect fled from the scene. The victim stated that she continued to walk down the street and located her purse a short distance away from where the incident occurred. The victim said immediately after the suspect fled, two bicyclists came up and handed her a wallet and a cell phone they said they found on the ground a short distance away. The victim recognized the items as hers and took possession of them. The Officers searched the area for the suspect with negative results. Report number 110868241

Vehicle Incidents:

12:30am                      300 blk 30th St                     Stolen Vehicle
  5:30am                      Joost/Brompton                    Stolen Vehicle
  7:48am                      Valley/Noe                           Recovered Vehicle                 
  9:38am                      300 blk Benton                     Recovered Vehicle
10:49am                      100 blk Rome                       Recovered Vehicle
  1:10pm                      300 blk Gambier                   Recovered Vehicle
  5:21pm                      1800 blk Burrows                 Recovered Vehicle 
  6:00pm                      Geneva/Mission                    Hit and Run
  6:35pm                      100 blk Ellington                  Stolen Vehicle
  8:00pm                      Unit blk Ellington                  Stolen Vehicle