Tuesday, June 23, 2015

June 16, 2015

      Incident Date:
                             Tuesday, June 16th, 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 (www.natw.org), 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 serogers@yahoo.com.  
10:45pm     Geneva/Madrid             Battery
A man waiting for a bus was suddenly punched in the mouth by an unknown pedestrian. The victim flagged down Ingleside Officers McCall and Lozano that he was waiting for the Muni bus at Geneva and London when an unknown male walked by and, without warning, punched him in the mouth knocking out two front teeth. He pointed down the street at the suspect and McCall and Lozano, joined by officers Stark and DeFilippo, arrested the suspect after a brief struggle. The victim was transported to San Francisco General for treatment of his injuries and later booked at the county jail.  Report Number:  150527203

Serious Incidents:
10:56pm     Excelsior/Mission           Evading
Ingleside Officers Franceschi, Hardy, and Sgt. Anderson were assigned crowd control duty in the wake of the Warrior’s NBA world championship. The officers were monitoring hundreds of celebrants who were one the sidewalks and streets in the area of Mission and Excelsior. While on their tour of duty, a black late model BMW traveled westbound on Excelsior and stopped at the signal at Mission. When the light turned green, the BMW accelerated at a high rate of speed onto northbound Mission endangering the hundreds of celebrants who were on the sidewalk and crossing the street. A few minutes later, the BMW with the same driver and passenger appeared again at the intersection. Officers Franceschi and Hardy motioned to the driver to stop and asked the driver to pull over and turn off his engine. Instead of obeying their requests, the driver again accelerated at a high rate of speed and sped off northbound on Mission. The officers broadcasted a description of the driver and the license plate of the car to patrol officers in the district. Later that evening, close to midnight, Franceschi and Hardy found the BMW parked illegally on the sidewalk on the 100 block of London. The vehicle was unoccupied and unlocked. It was towed to impound and held for evidence pending further investigation. Report number: 150527344
Vehicle and Other Incidents:
10:00am           Unit Blk Wool              Stolen Vehicle
10:26am           Bayshore/Sunnydale     Recovered Vehicle
10:54am           3100 Blk Mission         Warrant
/11:30am          200 Blk Niagara            Fraud
11:30am           5800 Blk Mission         Theft
1:20pm             200 Blk Coso                Burglary
2:00pm             500 Blk Brunswick      Stolen Vehicle
3:00pm             300 Blk Joost               Stolen Vehicle
3:20pm             400 Blk Gold Mine      Stolen Vehicle
4:00pm             600 Blk Vienna            Auto Boost
5:00pm             100 Blk Ocean             Auto Boost
5:00pm             4500 Blk Mission         Theft
8:23pm             3300 Blk Folsom         Recovered Vehicle
10:00pm           Unit Blk Norton           Stolen Vehicle
10:00pm           500 Blk Franconia       Stolen Vehicle
10:30pm           Unit Blk Concord        Stolen Vehicle
10:31pm           Mission/Silver             Vandalism
11:00pm           100 Blk Andover         Stolen Vehicle
11:25pm           5100 Blk Mission        Battery
11:40pm           Maynard/Congdon       Vehicle Strip
11:50pm           100 Blk Britton           Auto Boost
Burglaries with suspect description:
No Incidents to Report.