Friday, December 5, 2014

Nov. 30, 2014

                                                      Incident Date:
Sunday,  November 30th, 2014

The next community meeting at Ingleside Station will be held on December 16, 2014 at 7p.m.  Thank you.

On Saturday, November 01, 2014, The San Francisco Police Department and members of the Ingleside CPAB (Community Police Advisory Board) assisted Mayor Ed Lee's Violence Prevention Service Unit and Supervisor Malia Cohen's office in a Gun Buy-Back Program.

The Gun Buy-Back Program was held in the parking lot in front of Gleneagles Golf Course located at 2100 Sunnydale Ave. between the hours of 0900-1400. SFPD facilitated security, safety, and receiving of the guns turned in by the public.

During the event the SFPD Property Unit seized a total of fifty-four (54) guns that were turned in.  The property was broken down as follows: 24 handguns (13 semiautomatic, 11 revolvers), 13 shotguns, 17 rifles, and 1 assault rifle

The San Francisco Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT) is free training from the San Francisco Fire Department in how to help yourself and your neighbors prepare for and respond to a disaster by working together. The 20-hour training, taught by First Responders, includes personal preparedness, light search and rescue, disaster medicine, shutting off your utilities, and how to participate as a member of a neighborhood response team.  NERT also offers continuing training for graduates and activities that support building robust neighborhood teams.  For more information, visit the NERT website at, or contact Lt. Erica Arteseros at (415)970-2022 or

Are you someone who is interested in disaster preparedness and wants to help out your community while working hand in hand with law enforcement? Then the ALERT program is for you!    

                                            What is the A.L.E.R.T. Program?

The San Francisco Police Department has developed a volunteer citizen disaster preparedness program. The Auxiliary Law Enforcement Response Team (ALERT) is modeled after and works in partnership with the San Francisco Fire Department's Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT). The ALERT program will train members of the public to assist law enforcement in essential tasks after a major disaster. Such tasks may include: traffic control, foot patrol of business and residential areas, and reporting criminal activity. Volunteers must be at least 16 years of age and live, work, or attend high school in San Francisco.

Three steps to becoming an
A.L.E.R.T. volunteer:
1. Complete NERT training and receive certification. To register for NERT training courses please visit
2. Once NERT certified, forward a copy of your NERT ID card to the ALERT program.
3. After clearing a basic background check the individual is eligible to register for ALERT training.


3:02am       Tioga/Alpha                             Vehicle Burglary
Ingleside Officers Hauscarriague and Casey were part of a team combating a recent string of car burglaries in the District. On this date they were dispatched to the intersection of Alpha and Tioga Streets were a witness reported that a man had just broken into an older model silver Toyota. When they arrived they didn’t find anyone matching the description of the suspect or the vehicle. However, during a search of the surrounding streets, the officers saw Ingleside Officer Hermosura in foot pursuit of a suspect matching the description given by the witness. Officers Hauscarriague and Casey drove ahead of the pursuit and blocked the sidewalk in front of the suspect. Officer Hauscarriague ordered the suspect to stop but he ignored the order and kept running. Hauscarriague caught up with him and, after a brief struggle, was able to handcuff him with the help of Casey and Hermosura. The suspect admitted that he broke into the Toyota and stole several items from the car which were recovered from his backpack along with marijuana and marijuana grinding equipment belonging to the suspect. Report number: 141011025

5:10pm       3800 Blk Mission                   False Identification
Ingleside Officers Hopkins and Uang were dispatched to investigate a report of vandalism. When they arrived on scene they found a MUNI bus shelter with several glass panels missing and broken glass on the sidewalk and street. They also found three men nearby who matched the description of the vandals. The first suspect was asked for his identification and he readily complied with the request. He had no criminal record. The second and third suspects provided officers with names and addresses that were false. After further questioning both men provided their correct identities and one of them was on felony probation with a search and seizure condition. The other was also on active probation. Both were taken to Ingleside Station where officers seized a significant amount of marijuana that was packaged for sale. The marijuana was seized as evidence and both men were booked for providing false information to a peace officer, probation violations, and possessing marijuana for sale. Report number: 141012556

7:36pm       5200 Blk Mission                    Grand Theft Auto
A Jeep double parked in the slow lane of Mission Street, without its hazard lights on, and with no license plates, caught the attention of Ingleside Officer Bernard. The officer stopped his patrol car and watched as a passenger exited the vehicle and walked into a nearby marijuana dispensary. The driver then moved two or three feet forward, stopped again, and activated his hazard lights. Officer Bernard, followed and then stopped his patrol car behind the vehicle activating his emergency lights. By this time he was joined by Ingleside Officers Phillips and Prieto. Officer Bernard approached the driver’s window and asked him to turn off the ignition. He also asked for his driver’s license but the operator couldn’t provide one. He also couldn’t provide insurance or registration and told Bernard that he just purchased the vehicle for $7000. Suspicious, Officer Bernard ran a computer check of the VIN number which showed the Jeep was stolen two days earlier in San Francisco. The driver was removed from the vehicle and taken to Ingleside Station for booking. A fingerprint analysis disclosed his real name and the fact that he did not possess a valid driver’s license. Additional checks revealed that he had an open case for auto theft after an arrest on the 29th of October. Report number: 141005733

Serious Incidents:

No Incidents to Report.

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

  2:18am           Geneva/Alemany                      Vandalism to Vehicle
  6:15am           3600 Blk Mission                     Assault
  3:15pm           3300 Blk Mission                     Shoplifting
  3:34pm           3300 Blk Mission                     Shoplifting
  6:00pm           Unit Blk Kelloch                       Tampering with Vehicle
  6:34pm           Bayshore/Leland                       Traffic Collision
  7:20pm           500 Blk Monterey                    Battery
  7:36pm           5200 Blk Mission                     Recovered Vehicle
  7:40pm           200 Blk Curtis                          Recovered Vehicle
  9:22pm           3900 Blk Mission                     Warrant Arrest
  9:55pm           Bayshore/Blanken                     Hit and Run

Burglaries with suspect description:

No Incidents to Report.