Thursday, February 23, 2012


Incident Date:
Monday, February 20th, 2012


There were no arrests to report on today’s date. 

Other incidents:  

7:41am       1500 Blk Church          Burglary
Officer Coles and several other Ingleside officers responded to assist a citizen who was chasing a burglary suspect.  They spoke with the victim who told them that he was in his apartment when he heard noises coming from the downstairs apartment.  The victim knew that his neighbors were not at home and that no one should have been in the apartment.  He responded downstairs and observed an unknown male on the said of the home.  He questioned the individual as to why he was there and the individual said he was visiting.  The individual then began running down Church Street and the victim began chasing him as he called the police on his cellular phone.  He observed the suspect board a vehicle and drive off down Duncan Street where he lost sight of him and the vehicle.  Several Ingleside officers responded to the area in search of the suspects and the vehicle to no avail.  The victim stated that he could identify the suspect if he saw him again. 

Officer Coles returned to the address where the suspect may have entered and noticed several pillowcases which were stuffed with items from the apartment.  She noticed the front door had been pried open and various items had been moved around.  The apartment was in complete disarray.  The front door appeared to be the point of entry and the side door the point of exit where the suspect was spotted.

Officer Coles spoke with the resident of the home via telephone who stated that some items which seemed to have been left behind did not belong to them.  Officer Coles contacted SFPD’s Crime Scene Investigations Unit who responded and processed the scene for evidence.  Officer Morrow took pictures of the scene which he later booked into evidence at Ingleside station.  He also ordered a copy of any surveillance cameras video footage in the area.  She provided the victim with follow up information to provide to the neighbors.  

A record check of the vehicle the suspect fled in returned out of another county and the registered owner was contacted who stated that the vehicle had been sold.  Report Number 120142091

1:30pm       2600 Blk Bayshore       Vandalism
Officers Apodaca and Gabriel responded to a vandalism.  The owner of the premises told him that he was working in the rear of the store when he heard a loud bang.  He went to the front of the store and noticed his front window had been smashed.  He did not see anyone break the window and was unable to provide the officers with any further information.  He was provided with follow up information. Report Number 120141764

1:40pm       Unit Blk Schwerin        Burglary
Officers Apodaca, Gabriel, and several other Ingleside units responded to a possible burglary in progress.  They met with the security guard who said the alarm in the building was still being activated.  The officers conducted a walkthrough of the premises and noticed damage to one of the rooms and a broken window.  A search of the room was clear for any suspects.  The room appeared to have been rummaged through and there were scattered items in the hallway.  The officers summoned SFPD’s Canine Unit and Officer Jiminez responded with his dog to the scene.  The officer announced his presence and allowed the dog to enter and search the premises.  Their search for the suspect(s) was negative.  The officers took pictures of the scene which they booked into evidence at Ingleside station.  They provided the security guard with follow up information.  SFPD’s Crime Scene Investigations Unit was not requested due to the lack of apparent physical evidence.  Report Number 120141811

6:00pm       800 Blk Moscow           Vandalism
Officers Chang and Pak responded to a possible theft in a park.  They met with the custodian who advised him that she was alerted by a citizen that there was individuals in the park who were attempting to take apart some of the bleacher seats.  The citizen did not get a good look at the individuals and could not identify them if she saw them again.  The custodian walked over to the bleachers and noticed they had been dismounted in certain areas but not removed.  There was no one else in the area.  She called the police to have the incident documented.  She was provided with follow up information.  The citizen did not wish to meet with police.  Report Number 120090600


  9:15am          Madison/Athens          Stolen Vehicle
 11:33am         800 Blk Russia            Recovered Vehicle
12:00pm          Harkness/Girard          StolenarHVehicle
  6:00pm          400 Blk Huron            Stolen Vehicle
  6:00pm          Guerrero/28th St.        Traffic Accident
10:45pm          200 Blk Desmond       Recovered Vehicle
11:05pm          4900 Blk Mission        Recovered Vehicle