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Dec. 25, 2012

Incident Date:
Tuesday, December 25th , 2012

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12:14pm     600 Blk Jarboe             Grand Theft Auto
Officer Hurwitz was on routine patrol traveling on the 600 block of Jarboe Avenue, when she saw an older model Honda pull over and stop on the same block. The female driver got out and started to speak with a male who was standing in front of his open garage. Officer Hurwitz immediately recognized the female from prior contacts and knew she was on active probation as well as having an extensive arrest record for stolen vehicles. With the knowledge Officer Hurwitz possessed, she slowly drove by the Honda and noticed it had two different license plates.  The one on the front was completely different from the one on the rear of the vehicle. Officer Hurwitz then saw that the front plate had been reported as a stolen vehicle. Based on the fact that Hondas are vehicles most commonly stolen, coupled with the fact that the female suspect has a history with stolen vehicles, along with the fact that the front plate was listed as stolen, led Officer Hurwitz to believe the vehicle was stolen. She then stopped and made contact with the female suspect who knew and greeted Officer Hurwitz. After a brief conversation, the female suspect admitted to Officer Hurwitz that the vehicle was stolen, but that she did not steal it, she was only driving it. Several units arrived to assist Officer Hurwitz in her investigation. A search of the female suspect revealed she was hiding methamphetamine inside her brassiere. Additional tools used to steal and start the vehicle were found inside car. The suspect was transported to Ingleside Station and charged yet again with Grand theft auto, burglary tools, and possession of narcotics to name a few. The vehicle was released to its rightful owner. Report Number 121036184.                    **********Best Arrest of the Day********** 

Serious Incidents:
10:30pm     Cayuga/Rotteck            Robbery
Officer Kerlegan went to investigate a robbery that occurred in the area of Cayuga and Rotteck Street. She met with the victim who said he was walking on Cayuga Avenue headed towards the Glen Park Bart Station. The victim said he had his earphones on and listening to music, when he saw a light colored, possibly White, early 90’s, Toyota or Honda civic, stop about 10ft ahead of him. The front passenger exited the car and approached the victim. As the suspect got near, he grabbed the victim’s shirt. The victim pulled away and started to run away. A second subject got out and both suspects ran after the victim. A third suspect, the driver, turned the car around and went after the victim as well. The suspects caught up to the victim and began punching him. The suspects demanded his belongings and went through his pockets taking his wallet, credit cards, birth certificate, cell phone, earphones and keys. They then told the victim to run away. Fearing for his safety, the victim did so, running away towards his home where he called the police. Report Number 121037499.

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

  0:47am          Athens/Geneva            Traffic Collision
  5:23am          200 Blk Campbell       Auto Boost
  6:30am          100 Blk Flournoy        H&R
12:00pm          3300 Blk Mission        Burglary
  2:16pm          Mission/29th               Traffic Collision
  5:04pm          100 Blk Gambier         Recovered Truck
  6:41pm          Geneva/San Jose         Traffic Collision
10:00pm          28th/Dolores               Stolen Vehicle

Burglaries with suspect description:

No incidents to report.