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Apr. 29, 2015

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                            Wednesday, April 29th, 2015
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4:13am       Mission/30th Street                    Robbery w/Gun
A man waiting for a bus at 30th and Mission Street was robbed of his possessions. The victim told Ingleside Officer Noble that two men approached him and said “take your stuff off”. The victim replied “why?” and the suspects pulled a handgun partially out of his right front pocket. The victim surrendered his backpack, watch, and a small amount of cash. The two male suspects, accompanied by two females, then boarded a southbound #14 MUNI bus. Officer Noble broadcast a description of the four suspects and a short time later Ingleside Officers Dilag, Billings, Kikuchi, DeFillippo, Stark, and Sgt. Sullivan stopped and boarded the bus at Mission and Onondaga Streets. They found the four suspects who matched the description of the men suspected of robbing the victim a short time earlier. The victim was brought to the scene and identified the two women as the ones who accompanied the robbers but could not positively identify the two men. The two men were released as well as one of the women pending further investigation. The other woman had several felony warrants and was arrested for those warrants. The MUNI bus driver said that the two men who had boarded the bus with the women had earlier exited the bus before police arrived. The Ingleside Station Investigate Team had been assigned the case. Report number: 150371185

4:56pm       4200 Blk Mission                       Stolen Vehicle
A late model Mercedes, with used car dealer plates, caught the attention of Ingleside traffic Officer Vernengo after the driver failed to yield to a pedestrian crossing the street in a crosswalk. The officer turned on his emergency lights and the Mercedes with four occupants pulled over to the curb. Officer Vernengo requested the assistance of additional Ingleside units and Officers Padilla, Hackard, Seavy, and Barajas, along with Sgt. Martin arrived soon after. Officer Vernengo asked the driver for his license, registration, and insurance. The driver said he didn’t have registration that it was at his home. He claimed the car belonged to his “aunt” but had no paperwork to confirm that claim. Officer Verengo decided to do a little more sleuthing and pulled the paper plates away. Underneath the paper plates were California plates. A computer check of those plates revealed the Mercedes was reported stolen a few days earlier from a Daly City car dealer. The driver was arrested and so was one of his passengers. Both were on active parole. Two juvenile passengers were released to their parents. The owner of the car dealership was contacted and responded to pick up the Mercedes. He told the officers that the suspected thief was in his dealership days earlier and suspects he stole the keys to the car while the dealer was running his credit report. Report number: 150373272

Serious Incidents:

12:00noon  1500 Blk Alemany                  Hot Prowl Burglary
A homeowner and her sister returned home from running errands and were sitting in the living room when they heard loud banging coming from the exterior of the house. The couple got up and peered out a side window with a view of their staircase and saw an unknown man in the staircase. The victim’s told Ingleside Officers Muro and Trujillo they shouted, “Who is it?”, at which point the suspect turned and escaped down the stairs and away from the home. Muro and Trujillo inspected the outside of the home and found pry marks at one of the windows facing the stairwell. Crime scene investigators were dispatched to the address to gather evidence. Report number: 150372882

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

12:05am           Unit Blk Tucker                       Vandalism to Vehicle
10:05am           3500 Blk Mission                     Theft
12:56pm           100 Blk Ney                             Recovered Vehicle
02:40pm           100 Blk Rome                          Burglary
07:00pm           800 Blk Brazil                          Stolen Vehicle
09:20pm           100 Blk Cayuga                       Recovered Vehicle

Burglaries with suspect description:

No Incidents to Report.