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May. 4, 2015

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                              Monday, May 4th, 2015
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 6:22pm       600 Blk Morse              Robbery
Officers arrived at the residence of a suspect wanted on probation and identified as being wanted in a criminal case.  Upon ringing the bell, the suspect’s mother responded to the officers through an upstairs window and then came to the front door giving the suspect time to hide.   After informing the mother of the suspect that officers were there to conduct a search, the suspect was found locked behind a bedroom.  Officers issued several commands to open the door with no reply.  Instead the suspect fled out the window and down a fire escape.  After officers were given permission by the suspect’s mother to break and enter through the locked door, the suspect was not to be found.  Officers did an immediate search of the near area but were met with negative results.  A short while later officers returned to the residence to hear the mother and suspect arguing which at that time the officers intervened and the suspect peacefully turned himself over to officers.  The suspect was then arrested and taken into custody for questioning at Ingleside Station.  Upon a search of the suspect’s bedroom, three checkbooks were seized, all with different names and from different banks.  The owners of the check books were not able to be located.  Report Number 150388378

Serious Incidents:

09:45am     300 Blk Highland          Burglary Hot Prowl
An unsuspecting couple had their home burglarized by a conman posing as a construction worker.  It began in the morning as the husband of the home was leaving out of his garage in his vehicle.  The suspect stopped the victim and explained to him that he was building a fence next door on his neighbor’s property and that he would need to take measurements in the back yard of his home.  The victim unsuspecting anything amiss allowed and escorted the suspect access to the rear of his property.  The suspect then informed the victim he would likely need to return later that day.  Approximately half an hour later after the husband had left, the suspect returned to the house and rang the front door bell.  The wife of the home answered the door expecting an unrelated delivery.  Upon answering the door, the suspect introduced himself as someone working next door who was constructing a fence for a neighbor and would need access to view the back yard from a rear window.  The victim reported that the suspect was dressed in attire of that of a construction worker including a clipboard.  She also reported that the suspect was sporadically talking to someone on his cell phone while he interacted with her and gained access in to the doorway.  Feeling confused, the victim allowed the suspect access into her home and led him to the back bedroom where he could see the yard.  After a quick look out the window, the suspect quickly left the room out of sight of the victim.  Being of limited mobility, the victim left the rear guest room a few moments after only to see the suspect exiting the master bedroom and then out the front door.  Immediately the victim noticed that her pearls and diamond jewelry had been stolen from atop her jewelry box on her dresser.  The victim reported that the incident took less than two minutes.  Having assisted the suspect into the house, opening doors, blinds and windows, no prints were left.  Officers from Ingleside Station responded to the burglary, investigated for evidence and interviewed the victims.   Both victims claim that they would be able to positively identify the suspect of they had seen him again.  Report Number 150387273

05:50pm     Ocean/Otsego               Theft
While riding a MUNI bus, the victim was seated in the front of the coach behind the driver with his laptop on his lap.  When the coach stopped at Ocean and Otsego, an unknown suspect and his accomplice jumped up from another seat and grabbed the laptop from the victim and ran off the bus.  The victim attempted to exit the bus and chased the suspects down the street but was unable to keep up. The victim said that the laptop tracking mechanism in his device was not working.  Officers Parker and Wise searched the area for the suspect or witnesses with no success.  Officers also requested surveillance footage from the coach.  Report Number 150388196

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

03:00am           100 Blk Excelsior                     Recovered Vehicle
03:00am           Unit Blk Still                            Theft from Vehicle
05:00am           300 Blk Moscow                      Stolen Vehicle
05:00am           300 Blk Moscow                      Theft from Vehicle
05:35am           Crescent/Andover                    Warrant Arrest
09:40am           900 Blk Madrid                        Vandalism to Property
10:00am           500 Blk Niagara                        Fraud
10:10am           1300 Blk Alemany                    Fraud
12:03pm           1900 Blk Burrows                    Recovered Vehicle
03:30pm           1100 Blk Harrison                    Stolen Vehicle
06:00pm           Eugenia/Andover                      Vandalism to Vehicle
06:00pm           100 Blk Amber                         Stolen Vehicle
08:30pm           1300 Blk Bowdoin                    Vandalism to Vehicle
09:06pm           Fairmount/Laidley                     Recovered Vehicle
10:00pm           200 Blk Cayuga                        Stolen and Recovered Vehicle

Burglaries with suspect description:

No Incidents to Report.