Tuesday, November 15, 2011

November 14, 2011

Incident Date:
Monday, November 14th, 2011


12:03pm              3300 Blk Mission          Theft
Officers Preston and Pedersen responded to a call of theft. The officers spoke with Loss Prevention Officer Rollinson who stated he seen the suspect conceal a few items inside a backpack and walk out of the store without making any attempt to pay. The LP Officer said he approached the suspect, detained him outside the store, and escorted him back inside. The LP officer signed a citizen’s arrest for the theft, and was provided with follow up information.

A record check revealed that the suspect had numerous theft related convictions and had served some time in County jail for them. He was therefore booked at the instruction of Sgt. Escobar and transported to County Jail for the theft violations.  Report number 110918545

1:30 pm               3300 Blk Mission          Shoplifting
Officers Trujillo, Turner and Pai responded to the call of a shoplifter that was resisting arrest with the Loss Prevention Officer. They met with reportee who stated he observed a woman enter the store, place items in a bag she was carrying and walk past all open registers without making any attempt to purchase the items.  The reportee detained the woman outside the store and escorted her back inside.  The woman began to pull away from the reportee and another employee called the police for assistance. The officers spoke to the woman who admitted she had taken the merchandise without paying for it, and could provide no explanation as to why. The reportee signed a citizen’s arrest, and at the instruction of Sgt. Dare, the woman was cited for the shoplifting violation.  Report number 110918545

7:35pm                3300 Blk Mission          Warrant
Officers Chang and Abucay responded to the call of a shoplifter. They spoke with reportee who told them he had detained a woman that he observed attempting to shoplift various items. The reportee refused to make a citizen’s arrest of the woman, but wished to admonish her from further returning to the store. A record check revealed an outstanding warrant, and upon confirmation of the warrant, she was booked at the County Jail at the instruction of Sgt. Daniels.  Report number 110919634

Other incidents:  

2:37pm                Unit Blk Bonview          Burglary
Officers Sugitan and Fung were sent to investigate a burglary. They spoke with reportee who stated she was inside her home when she heard glass break. She looked outside of her front window and observed a male riding off on a dark bicycle. The reportee returned to the home where she noticed an apartment that she rents had a broken window. She notified her tenant who stated the apartment had been locked and secured when she left and the window was intact. The officers observed the apartment had been ransacked and items were missing. They provided the reportee with follow up information and advised the SFPDs Crime Scene Investigation Unit, who advised they would be responding to process the scene. The officers searched the area for the suspect to no avail.  Report number 110919101

3:04pm                700 Blk Ellsworth          Exhibiting Weapon
Officers Padilla and Sullivan were dispatched to investigate a male who had been seen walking around with a knife. The officers spoke with the reporting party who stated he was listening to his radio inside his truck, when another male asked him to turn the radio down. The individual then came out of his home, and approached the reportee holding something in his right hand.  He exhibited a knife which was inside of a sheath and told reportee once again to turn the music down. The individual then left and went back inside his residence.  The reportee said he was not afraid for his safety and wanted no further police action, but wanted the male advised.

The officers responded to the home of the male that had the knife and spoke with him. He admitted to having the knife, but said he never removed it from the sheath and did not threaten the reportee. The officers confiscated the knife and provided the male with a property receipt. Both parties were advised and the knife was booked as evidence at Ingleside Station.  Report number 110918802

4:00pm                200 Blk Onondaga       Battery            
Officers Nibungco and Campos were on patrol when they were dispatched to a battery. The victim was Spanish speaking and Officer Archilla responded to assist with the translation. The victim advised that she had an argument with one of her ex-roommates when the suspect struck her twice in the face. The suspect returned to her home and returned a little later.  She then began knocking on the victim’s door and yelling at her. The victim was afraid the suspect would hit her again, so she called the police.  The victim was not injured and refused medical assistance.  She wanted no further police action and asked the officers to advise the suspect about putting her hands on people.  Both parties were advised and were provided with follow up information. Report number 110919383

4:12pm                5200 Blk Diamond       Burglary
Civilian Police Service Aides Navarro and Der were dispatched to a call of a burglary that had occurred the day before. They spoke with the janitor who stated he was working in an office when he heard a commotion downstairs. He looked out the window and saw a male shaking one of the doors with force. The janitor asked the suspect what he was doing and the suspect released the door handle, handed it to the janitor and told him to “fix it.”  The suspect then exited the building in the direction of Duncan Street. The janitor stated that he noticed a camera had been covered with a white t-shirt where the suspect had exited.  He removed the t-shirt and locked all the doors.

The CPSAs then spoke with the superintendant who pointed out a pry mark on one of the doors and a dent on one of the door knobs. The officers viewed a video surveillance, which showed the suspect placing the shirt on one of the cameras and exiting the building. The superintendant said there was nothing missing from the premises. The CPSAs took photos of the scene which they booked into evidence at Ingleside Station, along with the t-shirt that had been recovered. Because of the lack of physical evidence, the scene was not processed for fingerprints.  Report number 110918620


  7:10am          700 Blk Monterey                   Traffic Collision
  9:56am          Unit Blk Newburg                   Recovered Vehicle
10:00am          100 Blk Brewster                    Stolen Truck
10:34am          Mission/Norton                       Recovered Vehicle
10:42am          1400 Blk Douglass                  Recovered Vehicle
11:53am          1700 Blk Sunnydale                Recovered Motorcycle
  3:04pm          500 Blk Prentiss                      Recovered Vehicle
  3:16pm          Gates/Jarboe                           Recovered Vehicle
  3:59pm          300 Blk Anderson                   Recovered Vehicle
  5:30pm          400 Blk Campbell                   Stolen Truck
  8:30pm          900 Blk Persia                        Recovered Vehicle