Thursday, May 14, 2015

May. 8, 2015

      Incident Date:
                              Friday, May 8th, 2015
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4:43pm       700 Blk Brazil                        Resisting Arrest
Two Daly City officers were investigating an unrelated crime when they heard a man and woman arguing and items breaking in a nearby residence. When they heard the woman screaming for help, the Daly City officers went to the residence and separated the two verbal combatants placing the male in handcuffs. The officers contacted Daly City dispatch which called San Francisco dispatch which sent Ingleside Officers Ng and Bryant to the scene. Ng and Bryant sat the male combatant on the front steps and removed his handcuffs which were returned to the departing Daly City officers. Now, with his handcuffs off, the male suspect jumped to his feet and started running away with Officer Bryant in close pursuit. The suspect didn’t get far with officer Bryant eventually tackling the suspect who, even while on the ground, violently resisted any attempt to place him back in handcuffs. Finally, after the use of pepper spray, the suspect was subdued and cited for resisting arrest and released. Report number: 150402188

5:14pm       Valley/Sanchez                       D.U.I       
A man running errands watched as the driver of an older Mitsubishi Lancer collided with a parked Mazda Miata which pushed the Miata into another parked vehicle. The Lancer driver then backed up and collided again with the Miata. The pedestrian walked up to the driver and asked, through an open window if he was okay. But the driver kept his foot on the gas pedal, put the car in reverse, and attempted to leave the scene. The pedestrian, now joined by two other neighbors who heard the collisions, blocked the driver from leaving and called police. Ingleside Officers Cvetovac, Chew, Nasser, Dominguez, Sgt. Martin and Sgt. Ly responded to the scene and placed the driver, who reeked of alcohol into handcuffs. The motorist refused to take a field sobriety test. At Mission Station he also purposely sabotaged a breath alcohol test by refusing to follow directions. He did consent to a blood alcohol test which was administered before he was taken to the County Jail and booked for D.U.I. Report number: 150401817

Serious Incidents:

10:00am     Unit Blk Rousseau                  Hot Prowl Burglary
A citizen getting dressed in the morning heard a loud bang. He opened his bedroom door and listened for other noises but heard none so he continued getting dressed. About five minutes later he heard footsteps in his home. The resident again opened his bedroom door and saw a man standing on the steps leading to the rooftop deck. Startled, the suspect yelled, “Oh my god! Get out! Let’s go!” at which point the suspect ran out of the home and the resident called police. Ingleside Officers Phillips, Curry, and Morrow responded and searched the home and surrounding area for the suspect and clues. They found pry marks and other damage to the front door and door frame and concluded that the burglar entered the residence through the front door. The homeowner said he found no evidence that anything was taken from the home. Report number: 150400455

10:40am       Arleta/Rutland                       Robbery
A man walking down the sidewalk was robbed at gunpoint. The victim told Ingleside Officers Trujillo and Muro that the suspect approached from behind, placed an automatic pistol in his back, and said, “I’m not going to hurt you. Give me everything you got”. The victim surrendered his briefcase containing a laptop computer, and his wallet with identification and debit cards. The victim offered his cell phone to the robber, but the robber refused the offer. Report number: 150400546

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

02:08am           Mission/Brook                           Warrant Arrest
07:30am           1100 Blk Alemany                     Recovered Vehicle
09:02am           100 Blk Putnam                         Theft from Vehicle
11:40am           500 Blk Italy                              Recovered Vehicle
11:55am           300 Blk Allison                          Recovered Vehicle
01:00pm           London/Excelsior                      Stolen Vehicle
01:00pm           London/Brazil                            Stolen Vehicle
02:14pm           400 Blk Vienna                          Recovered Vehicle
02:22pm           5300 Blk Diamond Heights       Restraining Order Violation
03:31pm           Unit Blk Benton                        Stolen Vehicle
03:55pm           600 Blk Portola                         Vandalism to Property
04:00pm           600 Blk Mangels                       Theft from Vehicle
04:53pm           Chenery/Elk                              Traffic Collision
05:00pm           Unit Blk Blythedale                   Burglary
07:53pm           Onondaga/Cayuga                     Battery
08:10pm           Ocean/Cayuga                           Traffic Collision
11:00pm           Unit Blk Virginia                       Harassing Phone Calls
11:02pm           200 Blk Ripley                           Recovered Vehicle
11:23pm           Unit Blk Heritage                      Vandalism to Vehicle   

Burglaries with suspect description:

No Incidents to Report.