Thursday, November 10, 2011

November 9, 2011

Incident Date:
Wednesday, November 9th, 2011


7:55pm       Unit Blk Prospect                 Warrant
Officer Hurwitz responded to known address regarding a person with an outstanding warrant.  They met with an occupant of the home and advised him that they believed a male that was residing on the premises had a warrant for his arrest.  The occupant of the home brought the suspect to the door and he exited the home to speak with the officers.  He was advised regarding the warrant and was taken into custody without incident.  Report Number 110905984   

10:16pm     4600 Blk Mission                   DUI
Officer Hurwitz was on patrol when she observed a vehicle being driven erratically and then plunge into the car in front of it.  Officers Padilla and Dominguez responded to the scene to assist her which she affected a traffic stop.  She made contact with the driver whose speech was incoherent and she smelled a strong odor of alcohol on his breath.  Officer Archilla responded to assist with a Spanish translation as Officer Hurwitz believed the driver was Spanish speaking.  Officer Hurwitz could see that the driver’s eyes were blood shot and his face was sweaty.  She asked if he would voluntarily submit to various field sobriety tests and he advised her he had a broken ankle.  Officer Tam responded to the area with a Preliminary Alcohol Screening test and the driver was asked to blow into the machine.  The test revealed his BAC to be well over the legal limit and Officer Hurwitz concluded he was driving under the influence.  Officer Hurwitz had him exit the vehicle and placed him under arrest.  The suspect chose to have his blood drawn and he was transported to the County Jail where a phlebotomist responded and did a blood test on the suspect.  Officer Hurwitz hand carried the samples to the drop box at Southern Police Station and with the approval of Sgt. Paine the suspect was booked for driving under the influence of alcohol.  Report Number 110906346  **BEST ARREST OF THE DAY**

Other incidents:  

8:30am       1600 Blk Valencia        Theft
Sgt. Miller was on patrol when he was flagged down by a male who wanted to report that a large sign which he uses for protests had been taken from his vehicle.  He was unable to provide Sgt. Miller with any suspect or witness information but wanted the incident documented.  Report Number 110901487

11:00am     Trumbull/Ney                Theft
Officer Goldsborough was dispatched to the call of a theft from a vehicle.  He met with the victim who advised that she parked and secured her vehicle and when she returned found someone had entered the vehicle and removed items.  She was unable to notice any forced entry to the vehicle and provided the officer with a screwdriver as evidence  which she found inside the vehicle and was not hers.  Officer Goldsborough was unable to locate any latent fingerprints on the screwdriver or the vehicle.  He provided the victim with follow up information and booked the screwdriver into evidence at Ingleside station.  Report Number 110904726

3:00pm       500 Blk Amazon           Graffiti
Officers Gonzalez and Yuen were on patrol when they noticed graffiti painted on a building which they recognized as gang graffiti pertaining to one of the gangs in the Excelsior district.  They took photos of the graffiti and booked them into evidence at Ingleside station.  Report Number 110883910

4:50pm       Unit Blk Phelan             Theft
SFCCPD Officer Burlyga was sent to investigate a theft report.  The victim advised that she locked and secured her belongings in a locker and when she returned found damage to the lock and her belongings missing.  She was unable to provide the officer with any further information.  The officer took pictures of the damage and attached them to his report.  There was no video surveillance footage available for this particular room.  Report Number 110900229

6:00pm       600 Blk San Jose          Vandalism
Officers Habib and Leong responded to a vandalism.  The reportee advised that he locked and secured his business and when he returned found various windows had been spray painted with black graffiti writing.  He was unable to provide the officer with any suspect or witness information and stated that he did not have any surveillance cameras on the premises.  The officers took pictures of the damage which they booked into evidence at Ingleside station and searched unsuccessfully for any surveillance videos in the area.  Report Number 110905263

7:00pm       Alemany/Seneca            Vandalism
A victim responded to Ingleside station and told CPSA Reynolds that he parked and secured his truck and when he returned found the entire vehicle had been scratched around the body.  He stated there were no witness and has no idea why anyone would want to vandalize his vehicle.  He was provided with follow up information.  Report Number 110903897

9:00pm       300 Blk Miguel             Theft
A victim responded to Ingleside station and told PSA Zabarte that he parked and locked his vehicle in front of his residence and when he returned found his rear passenger window shattered and various items missing.  He advised he did not give anyone permission to enter the vehicle.  PSA Zabarte dusted the vehicle for any latent fingerprints with negative results.  He provided the victim will follow up information and an additional loss form.  Report Number 110901910

9:30pm       3100 Blk Mission           Battery
Officers Ng and Tillan were on patrol when they were dispatched to a battery report.  The victim advised that on Friday evening she was at a nightclub dancing when two females were dancing next to her and repeatedly pushed her while dancing.  She went to sit down and the females approached her.  One of them punched her three times in her head area and the victim fell to the ground.  The female that punched her say she didn’t like her staring at her.  The other female also began punching her.  The victim said the police responded to the area and detained the two women suspects outside and the victim inside.  She said that no further police action was taken and the two women left the club.  The victim had visible swelling to the right jaw area, bruise on her right knee and complained of soreness to her neck and head.  She refused medical assistance and stated she already went to see a doctor.  She told the officers she could identify the suspects if she saw them again and wished to press charges.  She was provided with follow up information.  Report Number 110903869

9:45pm       Shawnee/Delano           Robbery
Officers Morse and McMilton were on patrol when they responded to a robbery.  Various Ingleside units responded to the area as well.  They spoke with the victim who stated she exited BART and was walking on
San Jose Avenue when she heard someone run up from behind her.  The male suspect then confronted her face to face, reached out and grabbed her purse and yanked on the purse so strenuously that he was able to take the purse from her.  The suspect then ran off in the direction of Delano Street.  The victim complained of shoulder pain but refused medical assistance.  The victim said she does not know the suspect but believes she can identify him if she were to see him again.  She was provided with follow up information.  The victim later phoned Ingleside station to advise the officers that her ATM card had been used at a grocery store.  The officers responded to the store in search of the suspect to no avail.  They were unable to access the video surveillance footage at the time but asked the store clerk to have the manager provide a copy of it.  The officers searched the area for the suspect but were unsuccessful in locating him.  Report Number 110906255

11:30pm     Unit Blk Kern              Theft
Sgt. Miller responded to an auto boost.  The victim advised him that he parked and secured a rental vehicle in front of the premises and when he returned found the right rear window smashed and various items missing.  He was unable to provide Sgt. Miller with any suspect or witness information and stated he had already moved the vehicle prior to his arrival.  Sgt. Miller found it not warranted to notify SFPD’s Crime Scene Investigations Unit for this particular incident.  He provided the victim with follow up information.  Report Number 110904566


  6:24am           5300 Blk Mission         Recovered Vehicle
  7:00am           Brazil/Edinburgh           Traffic Collision
  7:30am           100 Blk Coleridge        Stolen Vehicle
  2:48pm           Unit Blk Ellington          Stolen Vehicle
  6:00pm           Flood/Circular              Stolen Vehicle
11:30pm           300 Blk Winding          H&R