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May 24, 2015

      Incident Date:
                            Sunday, May 24th, 2015
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12:46am     600 Blk Naples                Weapon                                   Ingleside Officers Lee, Franceschi, Scott, and Hardy were on routine patrol when they spotted an older Honda and with illegally tinted windows and a tail light violation. The officers stopped the car and noticed several swords and a firearm on the backseat floor. The driver, who was on active probation out of San Mateo County, had a set of brass knuckles in his pocket. He also admitted that the weapons belonged to him. The officers also discovered a stun gun in the center console along with a glass pipe with Methamphetamine residue. The driver was taken to Ingleside Station and booked for parole violations, illegal possession of weapons, and narcotics. Report number: 150451618

7:07pm       1200 Blk Naples            Drugs                                         
An older pickup truck swerving in the middle of Cordova Street caught the attention of Ingleside Officers Seavey, Padilla, and Sgt. Barajas. The officers followed the vehicle which traveled a short distance and watched as the driver parked, opened the hood, adjusted something underneath, then got back into his truck and drove eastbound on Munich, then northbound on Naples where the driver drove through a stop sign at Rolph. The officers continued following until the driver pulled into the gas station at Naples and Geneva where the officers approached the driver and asked him to step out of the vehicle. He was asked for his driver’s license and produced a California ID. He told the officers his driver’s license was suspended. He was also on active probation, with a search condition, for theft and narcotics violation out of San Mateo County. The officers searched the car and found a quantity of Methamphetamine package for sale hidden in the engine compartment. In one of his pants pockets, the officers found bound bundles of cash. The officers then went to his home on the 600 block of Athens and received permission from the suspect’s mother to search the premises. Inside they found more narcotics, ammunition, and a significant amount of cash, the suspect was taken to Ingleside Station and booked for narcotics violations, being a felon in possession of a weapon, and vehicle code violations. Report number: 150453727
Serious Incidents:
No Incidents to Report.
Vehicle and Other Incidents:
12:00am          Unit Blk McCarthy                 Stolen Vehicle
12:01am          500 Blk Anderson                   Stolen Vehicle
03:00am          4700 Blk Mission                    Vandalism to Vehicle
09:30am          100 Blk Curtis                         Stolen License Plate
10:45am          100 Blk Fairmount                  Recovered Vehicle
11:30am          200 Blk Madrid                       Warrant Arrest
11:50pm          1100 Blk Munich                    Theft from Vehicle
03:00pm          500 Blk Holly Park                 Stolen Vehicle
03:08pm          100 Blk Anderson                   Recovered Vehicle
04:04pm          200 Blk Naples                       Recovered Vehicle
06:57pm          300 Blk Winding                    Stolen License Plate
10:41pm          1500 Blk Alabama                  Battery
Burglaries with suspect description:
No Incidents to Report.