Wednesday, June 3, 2015

June 1, 2015

      Incident Date:
                            Monday, June 1st, 2015
Captain McFadden would like to begin bringing the community meetings out to the public.  Therefore, the next community meeting will be held at the Glen Eagles Golf Course, 2100 Sunnydale Avenue, on Tuesday, June 16, 2015 at 7p.m.  Refreshments will be provided, please attend. Thank you.

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Tuesday, August 4, 5-8pm
Bernal Heights Rec Center and Bernal Heights Library
500 Moultrie Street @ Jarboe Ave.
National Night Out (, in its 32nd year, is designed to get neighbors out on a summer evening so they can meet each other, police and fire personnel, local organizations, and merchants – all with the goal of promoting community safety. 
FREE BBQ dinner
Climbing wall
Jumpy houses
Arts & crafts
Safety resources & More!
Please save the date and spread the word! For more information, email Sarah Rogers at  

11:50am     100 Blk Precita             Res Arrest/Trespassing
A resident called police because a man, visiting his apartment, refused to leave when asked. Ingleside officers Dungca and Glenn responded and found the trespasser in the backyard of the home. The officers asked the man to leave and he refused. He was subdued and taken to Ingleside Station where he was booked for trespassing and resisting arrest. Report number: 150478004

11:45pm     4100 Blk Mission           Stolen Auto
Ingleside Officers Seavey and Padilla, while on routine patrol, spotted a stolen vehicle parked outside an address where previous arrests have been made for a variety of crimes. The officers parked their patrol car and a man exited a home and got into the driver’s seat of the stolen vehicle. Officers Seavey and Padilla ran up to the car and through the closed driver’s side window, ordered the thief to turn off the ignition and exit the car. Instead of obeying the officers, the driver revved the engine and started to put the transmission selector in to drive. Seavey and Padilla gained access to the vehicle and the suspect exited the vehicle through the passenger door and tried to run away. The officers, now with the help of fellow Ingleside colleagues, De Filippo and Hermosura, managed to secure the vehicle and chase down the car thief and place him in custody. Report number: 150467972

Serious Incidents:
8:00am       400 Blk Molimo            Hot Prowl Burglary
A man woke up in the morning and discovered his television missing from the living room and a backpack from the den. The victim told Ingleside Officer Curry that he believed the burglar entered his father’s home through an unlocked front gate. Report number: 150471199
11:25am     600 Blk Excelsior          Hot Prowl Burglary
A husband and wife returned home and noticed the lock on their front gate broken and the screen removed from the front window. The woman looked in the window and noticed the front room had been ransacked and she saw two suspects in her bedroom. When the suspects saw her, they slammed the bedroom door. A few seconds later, the suspects ran out of the bedroom and escaped out the front door. Ingleside Officers Thompson, Archilla, Campos, and Sgt. Springer were dispatched to the address.  The victims told the officers that the suspects might have been armed and were wearing latex gloves. The loss was jewelry, an unknown amount of cash, an iPad. Report number: 150477705
Vehicle and Other Incidents:
2:00am             Unit Blk Ocean            Threats
4:38am             3200 Blk Folsom          Burglary
8:13am             100 Blk Coleridge        Recovered Vehicle
10:20am           Unit Blk Cayuga           Recovered Vehicle
10:24am           Unit Blk Virginia          Recovered Vehicle
10:53am           1600 Blk Church          Recovered Vehicle
11:30am           1700 Blk Alabama        Burglary
1:00pm             Cortland/Nevada          Stolen Vehicle
4:00pm             200 Blk 29th                 Theft
4:30pm             1700 Blk Alabama       Stolen Vehicle
4:44pm             5300 Blk Mission         Warrant
5:30pm             Theresa/Mission           H&R
7:00pm             100 Blk Paris                Stolen Vehicle
9:34pm             Mission/29th                 Traffic Collision
11:00pm           100 Blk Sussex Stolen Vehicle
Burglaries with suspect description:
No Incidents to Report.