Wednesday, June 13, 2012

June 12, 2012

Incident Date:
Tuesday June 12th 2012

Captain’s Message:

Crime Stats

Today I received our most recent crime statistics for the Ingleside District.  I am happy to report that for the last 28-day calendar period (May 13 to June 9), when compared to the previous 28-day period, ALL violent crime decreased.  We experienced no homicides, no sexual assaults, a 14% decrease in robbery and a 48% decrease in aggravated assault.  Furthermore, when compared to this time last year, we have decreased crime by 9%. 

Property crime (Burglaries from homes and cars, auto theft and other miscellaneous theft) also decreased in all categories by a total of 44% for the same time period.

Finally, our officers increased their robbery arrests by an outstanding 114% and auto theft arrests by 133%!

It appears that our education campaign on preventative crime, as well as our aggressive approach to current crime trends is showing success. 

Captain Daniel J. Mahoney


1:56pm                4900 Blk Mission St               Theft
Officers Sugitan and Fung responded to a report of shoplifting.  The store’s loss prevention had a suspect detained.  The witness told the officers that they had prior contact with the suspect shoplifting in the store.  On this date, the suspect entered the store and concealed several food items in a handbag he was carrying.  The suspect left the store without making any attempt to pay for the items.  A records check revealed that the suspect had prior convictions for shoplifting, making this incident a felony.  The officers arrested the suspect without further incident.  Report 120460081

4:30pm                5000 Blk Mission St               Warrant
Officers Lim and Chew were on patrol when they spotted a minivan traveling in front of them that did not have any license plates.  The officers conducted a traffic stop and advised the driver of the violation.  There was also a passenger in the vehicle.  A records check revealed that the passenger was wanted on an outstanding warrant.  The officers took the passenger into custody without further incident.  The driver was cited for the moving violation.  Report 120460570

8:30pm                3300 Blk Mission St               Agg. Assault
Officers Quintero and Antonian responded to the call of an assault. The victim advised the officers that a woman had come into her store and attempted to purchase several items for which she did not have enough money. The victim then told the woman to leave the store.  The female then kicked, scratched and poured hot chocolate on her while trying to force her way back into the store. When the officers arrived, they called an ambulance and the suspect was given medical attention. The suspect was arrested and transported to County Jail. A surveillance tape of the incident was booked into evidence at Ingleside Station. Follow-up information was given.  Report 120463687

Other incidents:  

7:20am                Mission/29th St                       Battery
Officer Marino responded to the call of an assault.  The victim described his assailant as a male and claimed that the suspect had walked down the street just before the officer arrived.  The officer took photos of the victim’s injuries which were later booked into evidence at Ingleside Station. The officer and the victim searched the area in attempts to locate the suspect, with no luck. Later, the officer spotted a male who matched the victim’s description and confronted him. The man claimed that he had had an argument with a man, but denied that it became physical. The officer could not locate the victim to make a positive identification. The suspect was released at the scene.  Report 120461716

10:02pm              Unit Blk Phelan                      Vandalism
SFCCPD Officers Wong and Green responded to a call about a broken window.  The custodial supervisor noticed a broken window in one of the classrooms.  The officers discovered a rock on the inside of the classroom near where the window was broken. Photos were taken and submitted into evidence at Ingleside Station.  There were no surveillance cameras in the area that might have captured the incident.  Report 120461346


  6:00am          San Jose/30th St.         Stolen Vehicle:  1995 Chevy Blazer, red
  8:00pm          500 Blk Precita           Stolen Truck:  1986 Chevy Silverado, blue
10:30pm          France/London            Stolen Vehicle:  1996 Acura Integra, 2dr, silver
  6:00pm          Geneva/280                 H&R