Tuesday, May 1, 2012

April 27, 2012

Incident Date:
Friday, April 27th, 2012


12:14am     3400 Blk Mission St               Warrant
Officers Paras and Archilla were on patrol when they saw two suspects enter the roadway and walk across the street.  The suspects were not in a marked crosswalk and failed to yield to oncoming vehicles that had the right of way.  The suspect’s actions caused an immediate hazard to themselves and the vehicles.  The officers made contact with the suspects and conducted a records check.  One of the suspects was wanted on an outstanding warrant, and she was arrested.  Report 120341259

2:23pm       Still & Lyell St                        False Registration
Officer Bernard was on patrol when he spotted a vehicle traveling behind him.  The vehicle did not have a front license plate.  The vehicle passed the officer in traffic, so the officer pulled behind it.  A records check of the vehicle revealed that the registration had expired in 2010, but the registration tab on the rear plate was for 2012.  The officer conducted a traffic stop and advised the driver of the violation.  The driver was issued a citation for the misdemeanor offense.  The license plate was seized as evidence.  Report 120333999

4:14pm       3300 Blk Mission St                Vandalism
Officers Yuen and Morse responded to a report of a person with a gun. Officer Villareal located two suspects running who matched the description provided by the victim.  As he pulled up alongside the first suspect, he made eye contact with him and ordered him to stop running.  The suspect grabbed his front waistband and continued running.  The suspect suddenly stopped and began running in the opposite direction. Officer Villareal was unable to make a u-turn quick enough to continue after the suspect.  Officers Padilla and Seavey also responded and contacted the suspect.  They detained him pending further investigation.  Dispatch then advised officers that a witness had reported a second suspect crouched down behind a fence.  Officers Archilla and Leong responded and contacted the second suspect, detaining him pending further investigation. 

The officers made contact with the victim. The victim told the officers that he had been doing laundry when he exited the Laundromat to put money in the meter where his vehicle was parked.  The victim saw the suspect throwing objects at the side window and windshield of his vehicle, causing them to crack.  The victim noticed that one of his tires was slashed as well.  The victim attempted to contact the suspects.  The suspects told the victim to leave them alone or they would kill him.  The victim feared for his life, but fled after the suspects regardless until he saw Officer Villareal.  The suspects were both positively identified and arrested on charges of vandalism, threats and evading a police officer.  Report 120334486

4:51pm       Unit Blk Harrington St           Battery
Officer Bernard was on foot handling a call for service when he was approached by a victim from a separate incident.  Officers Ocreto and Walsh responded to assist.  The victim was bleeding from the mouth and from his head.  An ambulance was summoned but the victim refused treatment.  The victim pointed out the suspect, who was standing across the street.  Officers Ocreto and Bernard contacted the suspect and detained him pending further investigation.  The suspect had obvious signs of being under the influence of alcohol, such as slurred speech, a flushed and sweaty face and bloodshot eyes.  The suspect smelled of alcohol and was unsteady on his feet.  The victim told the officers that he lives with the suspect. When the victim woke up in the morning, he realized that the suspect was drunk.  The suspect was verbally aggressive with the victim and pushed him in to a wall.  The victim fell to the ground, where the suspect hit him in the head several times.  The victim was able to get up and flee out of the house, where he saw the officer and was able to flag him down.  The victim did not think the violence would continue if the suspect was able to return home, but he did sign a citizen’s arrest against the suspect.  The suspect was issued a citation for misdemeanor battery and transported to Ingleside station where he was detained pending his sobriety.  A judge was contacted who ordered a temporary emergency protection order against the suspect for the victim.  Report 120334630 

Other incidents:  

9:52am       Unit Blk Brookdale Ave          Burglary
Officers Muro and Larocca were dispatched to a report of burglary.  The victim had been away from her residence for over a week.  When she returned home, she noticed that her iron gate was missing.  At this time, she did not enter her home, but just checked her mail.  Several days later, the victim returned home again and entered the residence.  Immediately, she noticed that the home had been tampered with, and saw that a living room window had been smashed.  Several items were stolen.  Report 120333018                

10:13am     200 Blk Rey St                          Theft
Sgt. Miller responded to a report of theft from a vehicle.  The victim had left his backpack in his work truck.  The truck was not locked.  When he returned, the backpack was gone.  The incident was caught on tape.  The Sgt. viewed the surveillance footage.  Several suspects were seen loitering near the truck.  A suspect opened the truck passenger door and reached inside.  The suspect pulled an item out of the truck that looked like the backpack.  The suspects walked off.  Report 120333096

10:52pm     400 Blk Vienna St                     Theft
Officer Morgante took a report regarding theft.  The victim was contacted via telephone by the suspect.  The suspect told the victim that he was inquiring about a credit card that had been sent in the mail.  The victim told the suspect that he had not received a credit card.  During the conversation, the victim mistakenly gave the suspect personal information regarding his bank account.  A couple days later, the victim went to the bank to check his account and realized that there were three fraudulent charges made to his account.  Report 120333165

1:47pm       100 Blk Brookdale Ave             Breaking Windows
Officers Johnson, Obot, Barajas and Phillips responded to a report of burglary. The victim had arrived home and found all of the windows in her apartment damaged.  The victim entered her premise but did not find anything disturbed or missing. The officers confirmed that no suspect had entered the premised, but had damaged the windows of the apartment from the outside only.  Report 120333858

3:22pm       2200 Blk Bayshore Blvd            Assault
Officers Sullivan and Padilla were dispatched to a report of several subjects fighting at bus stop.  While en route, a victim had reported being sprayed in the face with mace.  The officers arrived and found an employee from a local convenience store flushing the victim’s eyes out with water.  The initial fight had been abated and all subjects had fled prior to the officer’s arrival.  The victim told the officers that she was standing at the bus stop near the group that was fighting and told them to stop.  The suspect suddenly sprayed the victim in the face with the mace before boarding the bus and fleeing the scene.  Paramedics responded to the scene and treated the victim further.  Report 120334254

3:25pm       Unit Blk Phelan Ave                  Threats
SFCCPD Officer responded to a report of threats.  A witness reported overhearing two suspects threaten the victim with violence against his life.  Several other witnesses intervened and told the suspects to leave.  The suspects fled the scene.  Report 120334339

4:59pm       200 Blk 30th St                            Burglary
Officer Preston was dispatched to a report of burglary.  The victim shares a storage area with her neighbor.  The neighbor called her and informed the victim that the door to the storage unit was open.  The victim returned home and discovered two of her bicycles were missing from inside.  There were no signs of forced entry, as the lock that secured the unit was intact and in good working order.  Report 120334555

5:31pm       200 Blk 30th St                            Burglary
Officer Preston responded to a report of a trespasser.  The victim saw a suspect exiting her neighbor’s yard riding a bicycle.  The officer checked the victim’s basement door and found it unsecured.  The victim realized that the bicycle that the suspect fled on belonged to her and had been taken from her basement.  Report 120334680

10:56pm     2800 Blk Alemany Blvd             Theft
PSA Flynn took a report regarding theft from a vehicle. The victim parked and secured his vehicle, leaving it unattended.  Upon his return, the victim discovered a rear window on the vehicle had been smashed.  The victim’s bag was stolen, which contained several of the victim’s personal items.  Report 120335622

  1:30pm          200 Blk Staples Ave               Recovered vehicle
  6:44pm          Mission & Italy Ave               Vehicle accident