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July 24, 2012

Incident Date:
Tuesday, July 24th, 2012
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2:57am                Excelsior/Munich         Stolen Vehicle
Officer McCall was patrolling the Ingleside when he witnessed a vehicle fail to make a complete stop at a traffic signal. Officer McCall conducted a records check and saw that the vehicle was registered to an address the same vehicle had been stolen from. Officer McCall then affected a traffic stop and told the driver the reason he was getting pulled over.  The suspect told the officer that he didn’t know the car was stolen. Officer McCall then searched the vehicle for contraband and found several tools which are used in the theft of vehicles. Officer Ferronato brought the victim/owner of the car to the scene and told the officers it was the car she reported stolen, but the tools located inside did not belong to her. Another records check revealed that the suspect had a suspended license and was on probation. Due to the vigilance of Officer McCall, a stolen vehicle was returned to its rightful owner and a criminal was arrested. Report number 120582629

12:22pm              500 blk Excelsior          Drugs
Officer Tam served a search warrant on a known criminal. The suspect had an active felony warrant for possession and sale of Methamphetamine. Officer Tam was assisted by numerous other Ingleside officers. Officer Tam and several other Ingleside officers responded to the residence and announced their presence as police officers.  The officers entered the residence. The officers went downstairs, located the suspect in the kitchen and informed him of the active warrant.  They placed the suspect in handcuffs. Officer Johnson then walked the suspect out of the residence and conducted a search of the suspect.  He located a clear plastic bag containing drugs. Officer Tam then gave the drugs a field test which yielded a presumptive positive result. Because of the officers’ training and experience they were able to enter the premises without any problems and were able to safely transport the criminal to the station for booking. Report number 120583718

6:10pm                200 blk Moultrie           Drugs
Sergeant Alvarez, Officers Johnson and Hurwitz were on patrol when they saw two subjects exiting a house that is known for criminal activity. Officer Hurwitz decided to make consensual contact with the subjects; both were willing to talk with the officer. While speaking with both subjects, the female subject began to look nervous and looking for a way to leave. Officer Hurwitz believed the subject was in possession of a weapon or tool. The officer searched the female subject for the safety of everyone in the area. Prior to the search, Officer Hurwitz asked the female subject if she possessed anything illegal to which she responded “no”. Officer Hurwitz then found a glass pipe known to be used for ingesting drugs.  The suspect then told the officer she had a bag of drugs, but that it didn’t belong to her. Officer Hurwitz then seized the pipe and suspected drugs and arrested the female suspect. Due to the knowledge and experience of the officers, they were able to apprehend a suspect in possession of drugs. Report number 120584669             

Other incidents:

2:25am                Precita/Mission            Robbery
Officer Contreras was on duty at Ingleside station and prepared a report for two victims of a robbery. The victims told the officer they had been walking on Precita approaching Mission when they were approached by two suspects. The first suspect pointed a gun at both of the victims and demanded their property. The victims complied and gave the suspects what they possessed.  They were not injured and refused medical treatment.  Report number 120585703

12:00pm              Unit blk Wanda            Fraud
Police Services Aide Zabarte prepared a report for a victim of fraud. The victim told PSA Zabarte that she received a call from her bank regarding an overdue account. The bank provided the victim with the name of a person who had opened the account. The victim told PSA Zabarte she did not open the account or give permission to anyone to open it. Report number 120583279

12:00pm              4700 blk Mission          Theft
Officers Chan and Khan responded to a possible burglary call. When they arrived, they were met by a victim that told the officers when he had come home during the day that some items were stolen. Officer Chan spoke to another victim whose belongings had also been stolen. Both victims believe to know the suspect and have had problems similar to this in the past. Report number 120584374

8:00pm                3500 blk Mission          Burglary
Officers Quintero and Gomez were dispatched to a call of a burglary. The officers arrived on scene and were met by two victims. The victims told the officers that they secured their bikes in the garage of their building and that when they returned later they had been taken. The victims told the officers that there is a code known only to the residents of the building and that it’s possible another tenant forgot to close the door over the weekend.  Due to a lack of physical evidence, CSI was not called to process the scene. Report number 120585134

10:00pm              Unit blk Santa Ynez     Theft
Police Services Aide Cato was at Ingleside station to prepare a report for a victim of theft. The victim told PSA Cato that he had parked his car in his driveway but left the doors unlocked. When the victim came back to his car he saw his glove compartment was open and that several items were missing. Report number 120584471

12:00am              Unit blk Circular          Theft/Fraud
Officers Khan and Chan responded to a call regarding a fraud investigation. The officers arrived on scene and spoke with the victim. The victim stated that she had been called by a suspect telling her that she had won a sweepstake and she needed to mail a check to process her winnings.  The suspect then mailed the victim her proceed check which bounced. The victim and suspect spoke and the suspect told the victim he was sorry and would send another check. The victim told one of her relatives about the situation who found it strange and notified the police. The victim told the officers that she believed the suspect to be an honest person although the first check bounced. The officers told the victim to no longer speak with the suspect or give him anyone’s personal information. Report number 120585504

  1:10am          4900 blk Mission         Recovered Vehicle: 1991 Honda Accord, 4dr, Blue
  5:35am          Ocean/San Jose           Traffic Collision
  7:14am          Unit blk 30th                Recovered Vehicle: 2006 Cadillac DTS, 4dr, White
  8:31am          1600 blk Alemany        Recovered Vehicle: 1999 Saturn S4, 4dr, Drk Green
  9:10am          300 blk Coleridge        Recovered Vehicle: 2000 Honda Civic ES, 2dr, White
10:40am          500 blk Ellington          Recovered Vehicle: 1997 Toyota Camry, 4dr, Black
11:33am          29th/Diamond              Recovered Vehicle: 1995 Nissan Maxima, 4dr, Green
12:00pm          400 blk Oxford           Recovered Vehicle: 1990 Honda Civic, 4dr, Grey
12:00pm          Ingleside Station          Recovered License Plate
  4:00pm          Esmeralda/Elsie           Traffic Collision: Hit and Run
  4:25pm          300 blk Moultrie         Recovered Vehicle: 1995 Nissan Pathfinder, 4dr, Brown
  7:00pm          800 blk Naples           Stolen Vehicle: 1990 Honda Accord, 2dr, Blue
  7:45pm          200 blk Duncan          Stolen Vehicle: 1996 Honda Accord, 2dr, Green
  8:00pm          Prague/Pope               Stolen Vehicle: 1990 Honda Civic, 4dr, Grey
  9:00pm          500 blk Paris              Stolen Vehicle: 1992 Honda Accord, 2dr, Blue
  9:00pm          700 blk Vienna           Stolen Vehicle: 1994 Honda Accord, 4dr, Blue
10:00pm          500 blk Cordova        Stolen Vehicle: 1992 Acura Vigor, 4dr, Beige
11:00pm          Prague/Brazil              Stolen Vehicle: 1995 Honda Accord, 4dr, Beige