Wednesday, June 10, 2015

June 8, 2015

      Incident Date:
                             Monday, June 8th, 2015
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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  


No Incidents to Report.
Serious Incidents:
4:00am       200 Blk Anderson  Hot Prowl Burglary
Two women asleep were awakened by a loud noise in front of their home. They fell back to sleep without checking the nature of the noise. They woke up a few hours later to discover that their two bicycles, secured behind a locked front gate, were missing. The victims told Ingleside Officer Curry the locked front gate was wide open and that several bars on the gate were bent enabling access to the front lobby of their home. Report number: 150499298
10:45am     Unit Blk Elsie       Hot Prowl Burglary
Ingleside Officer Curry was dispatched to a home to interview the residents regarding a burglary that took place several days before. The victims said that evening they retired to bed and woke up the next morning to find their garage door open and several items missing. The residents told the officer that two “road” bikes were stolen along with items from their garaged vehicle. One of the homeowners discovered a wire hanger wedged between the garage door panels that was used to release the emergency bypass cord, thus opening the garage door. CSI was called to the scene to collect evidence. Report number: 150499834
1:30pm       100 Blk Oxford    Hot Prowl Burglary
A woman returned home to find her front door wide open. The victim told Ingleside Officer Suguitan the suspect broke in through a locked garage side door and ransacked the home taking an unknown amount of cash and valuables. A woman who occupies an in law unit adjacent to the garage said she was in the shower and heard doors being slammed. She told officer Suguitan that she didn’t pay any attention to the noises because she thought it was her father returning home. CSI was called and responded to the home. Report number: 150500481
3:57pm       900 Blk France   Carjacking
Ingleside Officers Hoge and Padilla were on routine patrol when they spotted a late model Toyota Camry traveling on London near Russia. When the vehicle approached the police car, the driver tried to hide his face from the officers. Hoge and Padilla turned around and began following the car as it traveled through the neighborhood. The officers notified dispatch of their situation and requested a check on the license plate, which turned up stolen. The officers also noted that there were two other people in the vehicle. The officers radioed for assistance, then followed the vehicle until they activated their emergency lights and sirens at the intersection of Onondaga and Mission. The driver of the stolen vehicle then made a right turn on Mission and fled southbound at a high rate of speed. The suspects then turned east on France and the officers, fearing for the public safety, stopped their pursuit. Moments later, a witness at France and Vienna, motioned to officers the abandoned vehicle in the 900 block of France. The driver and one passenger had fled, but another passenger was still in the car. A more complete computer check revealed that the vehicle was taken in a carjacking on May 30th from an address in the 3300 block of Mission. The vehicle was towed to the CSI lot for further investigation. The inebriated passenger found in the stolen vehicle was cited for being drunk in public and released. Report number: 150473264
Vehicle and Other Incidents:
8:39am             100 Blk Tioga             Theft
8:45am             400 Blk Paris               Recovered Vehicle
8:45am             Unit Blk Tioga             H&R
9:00am             1200 Blk Geneva         Fraud
9:31am             100 Blk San Juan         Recovered Vehicle
10:19am           Unit Blk Berkeley        Recovered Vehicle
1:18pm             1800 Blk Diamond      Traffic Collision
2:00pm             5200 Blk Diam. Hts     Auto Boost
2:45pm             300 Blk Russia             Recovered Vehicle
8:00pm             Russia/London             Stolen Vehicle
8:30pm             Cambridge/Gladstone   Stolen Vehicle
9:00pm             3800 Blk Mission         Theft
10:30pm           Ogden/Prentiss             Auto Boost
Burglaries with suspect description:
No Incidents to Report.