Thursday, August 23, 2012

August 21, 2012

Incident Date:
Tuesday, August 21st, 2012

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8:45am       400 blk Valencia           Parole Violation
Officers Hart, Phillips, and Barajas were conducting patrol with Parole Officer Lok. Lok informed the officers they were looking for a suspect who had violated his parole terms. The suspect had a GPS tracking device on him and was shown to be in the Valencia area. The officers located him in a hotel where he was detained. The suspect was booked at Ingleside Station for violating the terms and conditions of his parole. Report number 120665071

4:51pm       900 blk Ellsworth         Possession of Ammunition
Officers Hopkins, Barajas, and Sergeant McDevitt responded to the Ellsworth Housing Projects and conducted a probation search of a known convicted felon. They knocked on his front door and the suspect opened the door. The officers advised that they were conducting a probation search of his home. Inside the home, they found ammunition and receipts for their purchase. He was transported to Ingleside Station and booked for the unlawful possession of ammunition by a prohibited person. Report number 120666546

8:49pm       1800 blk Donner           Narcotics/Probation Violation
Sergeants Gasanyan and Alvarez were assigned to the Ingleside Station Investigations Team. They were sent to locate an individual who was supposedly in possession of firearms. The suspect had been arrested for weapons and the possession of narcotics prior to this incident and was on active probation. Officers Campos, Padilla, Seavey and Bayview Officers Doherty and Mora assisted in the search. The officers located the suspect’s residence and conducted a search of his home. Inside the home, they found small bags containing a white substance. With the expertise and training of the officers, they determined the substance to be methamphetamine. The suspect was transported to Ingleside Station and booked for possession of narcotics and for violating his probation. Report number 120667174

Other Incidents:

12:30pm     Unit blk Elk                  Theft
Police Services Aide Cato took a report regarding a theft. The victim stated that an unknown suspect shattered the rear passenger window and stole her purse. Inside the purse was her wallet worth about $400 dollars. The wallet contained $600 dollars, her ID, and multi credit cards. She had cancelled her credit cards and has not experienced any financial loss. Report number 120666574

1:30pm       100 blk Lippard            Theft/Fraud
Officer Walsh was dispatched to the area regarding a theft and fraud. A victim left her wallet in a room and when she went to retrieve it, she noticed it was missing. Later that night, she saw there were multiple charges on her card at Macy’s and at a pizza restaurant. She cancelled her cards and told the bank that they were fraudulent charges. Report number 120665059

2:40pm       Unit blk Meda               Narcotics
Officer Burke and other Ingleside Officers served a search warrant to look for any cultivation of marijuana. In three rooms of a home they located large planter boxes and lights that showed evidence of the cultivation. Other equipment used for the cultivation was found and a plethora of marijuana plants were growing. Officers contacted PG&E and wanted to see if the suspects had bypassed the meter. A PG&E employee came and found out that the suspect did bypass the electric meter and were leeching a large amount of power. Officers also found multiple handguns and ammunition throughout the house. No suspects were found inside. All evidence was booked at Ingleside Station and CSI was contacted to handle the evidence. Report number 120666013

6:00pm       900 blk Ocean               Theft
Police Services Aide Cato was on station duty when a victim of theft came in to report her case. Someone had shattered her front passenger car window and stolen her wallet. Inside the wallet were her credit and debit cards. Her jacket was also stolen from the trunk. The victim was informed by the bank that there were already two fraudulent charges. Report number 120667180


8:50am            100 blk Sears              Recovered Vehicle: 1993 Honda Accord, 4D, Whi
11:45am          Randall/Sanchez          Stolen Vehicle: 1996 Honda Civic, 2D, Blk
3:43pm            Santa Rosa/Alemany   Traffic Collision
11:30pm          Athens/Rolph              Stolen/Recovered Vehicle: 1995 Nissan Quest, van, Blu