Tuesday, November 22, 2011

November 21, 2011

Incident Date:
Monday, November 21st, 2011


3:40am                 Madrid/Italy                 Veh. Burglary              
Officers Dominguez and Jones were dispatched to the call of a suspicious person attempting to enter a parked vehicle.  Dispatch provided a description of the suspect and the vehicle and the officers located the vehicle near Madrid and Italy Streets.  When they approached the vehicle they noticed a male sitting inside the vehicle.  They made contact with the male and attempted to have him exit the vehicle.  The male appeared intoxicated and became limp as the officers attempted to remove him from the vehicle.  They smelled the strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emanating from the suspect and summoned an ambulance to medically assess him.  The suspect was transported to the hospital by the medics.  Prior to the suspect’s transport, the officers made contact with the owner of the vehicle who stated that he did no give anyone permission to enter his vehicle, that he did not know the suspect and did not want any further police action taken.  The owner searched the vehicle and stated there was no forced entry and he did not believe anything was missing.

The officers responded to the hospital where one of the nurses removed a credit card from the suspect which did not belong to him but to the owner of the vehicle.  After medical clearance the suspect was transported back to Ingleside station and, at the instruction of Sgt. Daniels was booked into custody for burglary theft and possession of stolen property.  Report number 110937125  **BEST ARREST OF THE DAY**

3:15pm                 Unit Blk Phelan             Warrant              
Officers Yuen and Antonian were on patrol when they noticed a known suspect who had outstanding warrants standing in front of a vehicle near the unit block of Phelan Avenue.  They approached the suspect, detained him and placed him under arrest.  An arrest search of his person located an envelope containing a white crystalline substance believed to be methamphetamine, along with several glass pipes which are used for methamphetamine consumption.  The suspect was transported back to Ingleside station for further investigation.  The warrants were confirmed and the white crystalline substance tested presumptive positive for methamphetamine.  At the instruction of Sgt. Lozada the suspect was booked for the warrants and the narcotics possession.  The narcotics were placed in an envelope and hand delivered to the narcotics box drop at the Hall of Justice.  Report number 110938571

Other incidents:  

4:00am                 Unit Blk Liebig              Vandalism
A victim responded to Ingleside station and told PSA Cato that he locked and secured his vehicle and when he returned found several scratches on the hood, trunk and doors of the vehicle.  The victim was unable to provided PSA Cato with any further information and said there were no witnesses to the incident.  Report number 110938640

5:00am                 Sunnydale/Hahn            Robbery
Officers Peregoy and Hopkins responded to the hospital regarding a robbery that had occurred in the early morning hours.  They met with the victim who was Spanish speaking and Officer Padilla responded to assist with the translation.  The victim told them that he was walking to the bus stop when he noticed various males sitting inside the bus stop waiting area.  The victim said the males all stood up when he approached one of them pulled out a handgun, pointing it at him and began yelling obscenities.  Another one of the males came from behind him, put his hand around his neck and threw him to the ground.  The victim said he was kicked twice in the back area and then hit in the back of the head with a hard object.  He said the suspects then reached into his pants pocket, removed his wallet and various other items and fled in an unknown direction.  The victim said he did not get a good look at the suspects and could not identify them if he saw them again.  The victim had no visible injuries but the officers took pictures of him and the areas where he felt pain and booked them into evidence at Ingleside station.  They provided him with follow up information.  Report number 110937971

7:30am                 1800 Blk San Jose          Burglary
Officer Lundy was dispatched to investigate a burglary.  He spoke with the victim who said she locked and secured her premises when she left that morning.  She returned in the afternoon and found broken glass on the floor behind the front door and a window missing from the same door.  She said that various items were missing and also pointed out a brick on the floor in the rear of the home which may have been used to break the window.  Officer Lundy contacted SFPD’s Crime Scene Investigation Unit who responded and processed the scene for evidence.  He provided the victim with follow up information.  He attempted to locate any witnesses or video surveillance in the area to no avail.  Report number 110939375

8:00am                 300 Blk 29th St.             Burglary
Officer McCall responded to a burglary.  He met with the victim who told him that he left and secured his front door when he left and when he returned found several items missing.  There was no sign of forced entry into the premises but stated that he leaves a window open for ventilation and that appears to be where the suspect may have entered.  Officer McCall noticed an area near the window which might be a good surface for finger prints.  He made the necessary notifications and was advised that the SFPD’s Crime Scene Investigations Unit would be responding to process the scene.  He provided the victim with follow up information and advised the victim not to touch the areas near the window where the suspect may have entered.  Report Number 110939494

12:00pm              200 Blk 30th St.             Theft
A victim responded to Ingleside station and told Officer Coles that he parked and secured his vehicle and when he returned found a door missing as well as various lights.  The victim was unable to provide the officer with any further suspect or witness information.  Report number 110937482

12:00pm              700 Blk Silver               Burglary
CPSAs Lee and Callaghan were dispatched to a burglary.  They spoke with reportee who stated that he locked and secured the premises and when he returned found the backyard door had been kicked in and the walls had been graffitied.  The suspects had left various cans and bottles which did not belong to the home and the CPSAs confiscated them as evidence.  They provided the reportee with follow up information and took pictures of the damage to the home which they booked into evidence at Ingleside station.  There was no other sign of forced entry to the home and the CPSAs processed the bottles and cans at Ingleside station for fingerprints.  Report number 110938355

1:15pm                 Unit Blk Phelan           Arson
SFCCPD Officer Chang was dispatched to a fire in the men’s restroom.  He arrived and smelled smoke coming from the men’s restroom and heard the fire alarm sounding.  He entered the restroom and found a garbage can on fire.  He asked dispatch for a fire extinguisher, Sgt. Wendt arrived with one and Officer Chang extinguished the fire.  Everyone was evacuated from the building and the SFFD responded and removed the garbage can from the restroom.  There were no surveillance cameras in the area to capture video footage of anyone who might have set the garbage can on fire.  Report number 110938424

1:15pm                 Unit Blk Phelan           Theft
SFCCPD Sgt. Wendt took a counter report from two theft victims.  The victims told him that they had placed their cellular phones in an unsecured cubby area and went to exercise.  When they returned they found the items missing.  They were unable to provide any suspect information and told the Sgt. Wendt there were no witnesses.  Report number 110918915

1:15pm                 Unit Blk Phelan           Theft
SFCCPD Officer Bermudez was dispatched to investigate a theft.  He met with the victim who told him he had secured his items in a locker with a combination lock.  When he returned he found the lock damaged and all of his items missing.  He was unable to provide any further information to the officer.  Later that afternoon the officer advised most of the victim’s items had been turned in to the lost and found department.  Report number 110928635

7:30pm                 100 Blk Santa Ysabel   Theft
A victim responded to Ingleside station and told PSA Zabarte that he parked and secured his vehicle and when he returned found several items missing and the contents of the glove box scattered throughout the vehicle.  He was unable to provide any further information and advised he could find no sign of forced entry.  CPSA Navarro inspected the vehicle and was unable to recover any latent fingerprints.  The victim was provided with follow up information.  Report number 110937169


  0:01am           Swiss/Arbor                 Stolen Auto
10:22am           600 Blk 27th St.           Recovered Auto
11:33am           Dolores/29th St.           Traffic Collision
12:30am           100 Blk Vienna            Recovered Auto
  3:30pm           Alemany/Silver             Traffic Collision
  5:30pm           300 Blk Peralta            Recovered License Plate
  6:00pm           300 Blk Peralta            Stolen License Plate
  7:15pm           300 Blk Madison         Recovered Auto