Wednesday, June 20, 2012

June 19, 2012

Incident Date:
Tuesday, June 19th, 2012


10:24pm        Unit blk Castle Manor           Warrant
Officer Jones responded to a call regarding a noise complaint. When he arrived, he could hear loud music coming from an apartment. He met with a male who also lived in the building who claimed that he had already called the police about the noise earlier that day.  Officer Jones knocked on the door and a male answered.  The officer instructed him to turn off the music. Shortly after leaving the man’s apartment, the officer heard that the music had been turned back on.  The officer returned to the suspect’s apartment, arrested the man for disturbing the peace (continuing offense) and transported him to Ingleside Station for booking.  A computer check revealed that the man had an outstanding traffic warrant.  He was booked and transported to the County Jail. Report 120483215

Other incidents:  

4:15am          1400 blk Noe                         Burglary
Officer Brown responded to a report of burglary. When he arrived, he spoke with the man who reported the burglary, who said he had seen a man standing outside of the garage. The suspect walked away but returned shortly after. The officer spoke to the owner of the garage, who said that the lock had been damaged. SFPD’s Crime Scene Investigations Unit was not notified due to the lack of physical evidence.  Report 120480540

7:30am          Unit blk Gorham                 Burglary
Officer Dilag responded to a call regarding a burglary. The resident had left his home secured and returned to find the garage door open, his vehicle missing and items missing from inside the home. The back wall of a bedroom was damaged and many rooms were ransacked. The car keys had been stolen from his son’s room, as well as his television. Officer Dilag took numerous photos of the damage which were then booked into evidence at Ingleside Station.  He searched the area for any fingerprint evidence to no avail.  Report 120482784

8:00am            300 blk Highland               Burglary
Officer Morrow responded to a call of an attempted burglary. A woman advised Officer Morrow that she had noticed damage to her garage door handle that had not been there the previous night. The handle had been damaged by what seemed to be a large gripping tool in a failed attempt to break into the garage. Officer Morrow took photographs of the damage which were booked into evidence at Ingleside Station.  There were no other signs of forced entry and the victim stated the suspect did not enter the home.  Report 120480926

8:00am             Athens/Geneva                    Auto Boost
Officer Marino responded to an auto boost.  The victim advised that he left his vehicle locked and secured. He returned to find that the front passenger window was smashed and numerous items missing. He was unable to provide any suspect or witness description. Report 120481350

10:59am            Unit blk Robinson            Att. Fraud
Officer Frisk was on patrol and responded to a call regarding an attempted fraud. The victim advised the officer that she had received a call from a man claiming to be her nephew.  He told her that he had been in an accident and needed to be bailed out of jail. The woman almost believed him until he told her that he had been in the car with a woman who was twelve months pregnant. At that point, she hung up and called her nephew to find out that he was not in an accident and the man who claimed to be her nephew was lying. There was no monetary loss.  Report 120478658

12:00pm             100 blk Nevada                 Theft
 A woman responded to Ingleside Station and told PSA Zabarte that she left her bike secured in the garage area of her home.  When she returned, she found the bike missing from her garage but found no sign of forced entry.   She claims that there was construction going on at the residence and that the door to the garage may have been left open.  Report 120481407

12:00pm              200 blk Delano                 Threats
A couple responded to Ingleside Station to report threats made against them. They told Officer Castillo that one of their roommates had becoming increasingly aggressive. One of the victims stated that the woman had confronted her and showed her a note that had threats written on it. Later the woman came into their living room and took photos of them eating. The other victim advised Officer Castillo that the woman had come up to him and told him she had friends who could “harm him.” The victims both wrote statements and felt threatened by the suspect’s behavior.  Their statements were booked into evidence at Ingleside Station. Report 120479775

2:24pm              200 blk Madrid                 Trespassing
Officer Ocreto responded to a call of a possible burglary at an elementary school. He arrived and spoke with the janitor who said that a male approached the door to the cafeteria and began trying to ask her questions. The janitor advised that the male had been looking into numerous classroom windows, so she notified a teacher at the school. She later witnessed the same male and two other males in the computer lab room. When the three males noticed her, they began running down the hallway to exit the school.  There was no sign of forced entry into any of the rooms and no items appeared to be missing.  Report 120481899

5:00pm              100 blk San Ramon            Dog Bite
Officer Dilag responded to a report of a dog bite. The victim was walking down the street when a small dog ran up and bit him on his right arm. The owner of the dog advised that his animal was up to date on all vaccinations and provided the officer with the dog’s registration tags. Animal Care and Control was notified of the incident and a copy of the report was forwarded to the SFPD Dog Bite Unit. Report 120482483


  7:30am          Unit Blk Gorham                    Stolen Vehicle: 2008 Honda Fit, blue
  8:45am          Cortland/Bennington              H&R