Tuesday, May 26, 2015

May. 20, 2015

      Incident Date:
                           Wednesday, May 20th, 2015
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No Incidents to Report.

Serious Incidents:

4:32am       4000 Blk Mission                     Robbery
A concerned citizen, removing graffiti from a public structure, was punched and then robbed of his wallet. The victim told Ingleside Officers Wong and Hoge that he was painting over graffiti on the Mission Street Bridge, which spans Alemany Blvd., when he noticed a black sedan driving by at a slow speed. The driver of the sedan stopped then backed up and a man exited the passenger door. The suspect was wearing a white bandana covering his face. The man yelled at the victim to surrender his wallet. When the victim hesitated for a few moments, the suspect punched the victim several times on the left side of his face. Fearing for his safety, the victim surrendered his wallet containing cash, miscellaneous credit cards, and his California Driver’s License. Report number: 15048230

2:55pm       1900 Blk San Jose                 Hot Prowl Burglary
A citizen, who was fortunately home at the time, stopped a burglar from breaking into her home. The homeowner told Ingleside Officers Walsh and Mora that she heard her doorbell ring several times and went to the front door to see who was ringing her bell. She looked out her front door and saw an unknown man, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt with a bandanna covering his face, standing at the iron security gate at the front of her stairs. The burglar didn’t see the homeowner and began ramming the gate with his shoulder while using a tool to break the lock on the gate. Once he broke open the gate he made eye contact with the homeowner through the glass in her front door. When the burglar saw the homeowner, he turned and fled down the front stairs. Several Ingleside units searched the area for the burglar without success. Report number: 160439636

11:48pm     Cayuga/Mt. Vernon                Robbery
A woman walking home was the victim of a violent armed robbery. The victim told Ingleside Officers Kikuchi and Defilippo that, while walking on Cayuga Street, she was suddenly confronted by a man who pointed a gun at her. She turned around and tried to run away only to be confronted by a second suspect who punched her in the face and threw her to the ground. The first suspect then took her purse and both men then fled in an unknown direction. The loss was, the purse containing several hundred dollars in cash along with a driver’s license. The victim refused medical attention. Report number: 150444403

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

08:00am           Unit Blk Sussex                        Burglary
11:00am           1300 Blk Alemany                    Burglary
12:07pm           Unit Blk Martha                        Fraud
13:55pm           700 Blk Congo                          Fraud
02:00pm           Palmetto/Ramsell                      Stolen Vehicle
02:25pm           Unit Blk Curtis                         Trespassing
03:00pm           1600 Blk Geneva                      Fraud
03:24pm           Unit Blk Sussex                        Attempted Burglary
03:47pm           3200 Blk Mission                     Theft from Building
05:55pm           Mission/Silver                          Vandalism to Vehicle
06:30pm           2100 Blk Geneva                      Stolen Vehicle
07:40pm           1600 Blk Valencia                    Theft from Vehicle
08:40pm           Alemany/Silver                         Hit and Run
09:30pm           Tompkins/Banks                       Stolen Vehicle
09:57pm           100 Blk Teddy                          Vandalism to Vehicle
11:37pm           100 Blk Anderson                    Recovered License Plate

Burglaries with suspect description:

No Incidents to Report.