Tuesday, June 9, 2015

June 3, 2015

      Incident Date:
                            Wednesday, June 3rd, 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.  

6:08pm       San Jose/Theresa            Weapon
Quick and efficient work by several Ingleside units resulted in the arrest of an armed, wanted, hit and run motorist. Officers Dungca and Glen were the first officers to arrive at the scene where a Dodge pickup truck had collided with a parked Ford. A woman passenger in the pickup was still on scene, but the driver and another passenger had fled on foot. The woman passenger gave Dungca and Glenn a description of the two occupants which was broadcast and soon thereafter Ingleside Officers Lustenberger, Hackard, and Quintero found the men in a bus shelter at Silver and Mission. One of the men had a burn mark on his shirt from the deployed driver’s side air bag. He also had a warrant for his arrest and a concealed knife in his waistband. He was transported to Ingleside Station and booked for hit & run and carrying a concealed weapon. His male passenger was cited for an open alcoholic container and released at the scene. The woman passenger was also released without any charges. Report Number:  150485918

7:25pm       Putnam/Alemany           Burglary Tools
A quick and illegal U-turn caught the attention of Ingleside Officer Ng while he was driving westbound on Cesar Chavez approaching Bryant. Officer Ng made a u-turn and quickly fell in behind the errant driver as he traveled eastbound on Cesar Chavez, then southbound on #280, finally exiting onto Alemany where he was stopped by Officer Ng near the farmers market. The driver told Ng that he didn’t have a license with him. Nor did he have any photo ID or any other documents with his name. He didn’t know the name of the owner of the car other than to state, “He’s my friend”. He also admitted he didn’t know where his friend lives. He also didn’t have any insurance information on the car. At this time, Ingleside Officers Shugars and De La Cruz arrived to assist officer Ng. The vehicle was being operated with “shaved keys”, keys that had been altered and used by car thieves. The driver was placed in custody and charged with possession of burglary tools and a traffic violation. The car was towed to Ingleside Station and Ingleside officers Paras and Denning went to the home of the registered owner but were unable to contact him. Report Number:  150482798
Serious Incidents:
1:15 pm      100 Blk Bocana            Hot Prowl

A woman, while sitting in her home, heard footsteps by her front door followed by the ring of her doorbell. She got up, checked to see who rang her bell, but saw no one. A short time later she heard a noise coming from her front window which is next to her front door. Next, she heard the lock on her front window break and she yelled, “Hey, what are you doing”? She opened the curtain on her front window and saw a man running down the stairs to a waiting Toyota parked across the street. The suspect started the Toyota and drove in reverse southbound on Bocana. Ingleside Officers Trujillo and Klaib responded and found pry marks on the bottom edge of the window frame and a broken lock on the window interior. Report Number:  150484948
Vehicle and Other Incidents:
7:30am             Alabama/Mariposa       Auto Boost
8:00am             Mateo/Chenery            H&R
8:30am             Unit Blk Rutledge        Burglary
9:41am             Unit Blk Santa Rosa     Warrant
10:15am           Edinburgh/Brazil          H&R
12:19pm           Unit Blk Dwight           Recovered Vehicle
12:30pm           200 Blk Putnam            Stolen Vehicle
12:38pm           300 Blk Vienna             Recovered Vehicle
4:17pm             Mission/Richland         Traffic Collision
1:00pm             Unit Blk Madrid           Stolen Vehicle
1:20pm             Mission/Santa Rosa      Traffic Collision
6:00pm             200 Blk Winfield          Burglary
6:08pm             San Jose/Theresa          Traffic Collision
7:26pm             Geneva/Alemany          Traffic Collision
8:00pm             700 Blk Edinburgh        Vandalism
8:00pm             Gennessee/Monterey     Stolen Vehicle
9:31pm             500 Blk Franconia         Recovered Vehicle
10:00pm           5200 Blk Mission          Fraud
10:34pm           1200 Blk Cortland         Recovered Vehicle
11:45pm           Unit Blk Phelan            Theft
Burglaries with suspect description:
No Incidents to Report.