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May 27, 2015

      Incident Date:
                            Wednesday, May 27th, 2015
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1:09am       London/Brazil      Warrant
Ingleside Officers Franceschi, Hardy, and Scott were on routine patrol in an area known for auto burglaries when they heard a vehicle alarm go off. They immediately saw a male riding a bike away from the vicinity of the car alarm. The suspect made an immediate turn and began traveling in the opposite direction and was observed to have made a throwing motion, followed by a metallic sound on the sidewalk. Contact was made and the suspect immediately stated he had nothing to do with the alarm and he was just sitting there when it suddenly sounded. A window punch was recovered from the sideway. In addition, a wire cutter, and a pipe were found in his backpack. A records check revealed he had a warrant for his arrest. He was taken to Ingleside station and booked for the burglary tools, warrant, and traffic infraction without incident. Report number: 150464031

2:09pm       35 Santos             Robbery W/Gun
A Muni passenger was robbed at gun point in evening hours on a 05/23/2015. Surveillance footage was viewed by Officers Johnson, and Obot. They observed the male enter the rear door of the Muni bus and forcibly rob the victim at gunpoint. The suspect was a male with twisted hair, mustache, beard and distinctive jaw line. While on routine patrol, Officers Johnson and Obot observed a male standing outside the doorway of 35 Santos. He was recognized as the assailant from the video of the Muni incident. Contact was made and an on hand mug shot positively identified him as the gunman. A criminal check revealed him to be on felony probation. He was taken to Ingleside Station where a cold show was conducted and he was positively identified as the gunman by the victim. The suspect was booked on robbery with a weapon, and probation violation. Report number: 150450115
Serious Incidents:
11:48am     1633 Valencia      Drugs
FTO Leong and Officer Thomson were dispatched to 1633 Valencia St in regard to a homeless encampment. Upon arrival, a grey and orange tent was observed to be obstructing part of the sidewalk. Contact was made and a male and female came from within the tent. A safety pat down was conducted. An object with a pointed tip was felt on the male. The item was verified to be a glass pipe enclosed in a plastic bag. In addition to the pipe, a crystal like substance was found in the plastic bag. It was suspected to be methamphetamine. The suspect was identified and found to have two outstanding traffic warrants and was on probation out of San Francisco County.
The female suspect provided a false name when requested. However, her real name was provided when confronted. She was found to have a warrant out of Napa County for probation violation. Both suspects complained of not feeling feel and were transported to SF General Hospital. A Substance was found where the female suspect had been sitting. It was tested and found to be positive for Heroin. The powered substance on the male was tested and found to be positive for methamphetamine.  Both suspects were booked at the county jail after being medically cleared.  Report Number: 150461877
10:10pm     2035 Alemany Blvd       Robbery W/Gun 
Ingleside Officers Macaulay and Wells responded to a 911 call regarding a robbery with a gun. Contact was made with the 911 caller. He stated he observed a gunman approach a family and pointed the gun at them. The gunman then gestured with another suspect that was standing behind the family and they left immediately. The caller stated that he would be able to identify the gunman.
Contact was made with the family. They spoke only Spanish. A certified Spanish speaker was requested and Sergeant Tiffe responded. She spoke with the family. On multiple accounts from the family members, the gunman approached the family and spontaneously yelled, “Give me your phones and wallets.”  The male in the family, afraid for his life, gave up his phone and wallet. Upon gaining the family’s property, the Gunman left. No one in the family witness the second suspect standing behind them. The male stated he would not be able to identify the gunman. Multiple units searched area with no results. Report Number: 150463748
Vehicle and Other Incidents:
00:30am           1300 Blk Sunnydale                 Shooting into Dwelling
07:00am           400 Blk Lathrop                       Stolen Vehicle
08:30am           500 Blk Naples                         Stolen Vehicles
09:40am           Geneva/San Jose                      Vehicle Collision
10:14am           Ocean /Mission                        ATM Fraud
10:34am           900 Blk Geneva                       Warrant Arrest
11:00am           1800 Blk Alemany                   False Impersonation
11:15am           300 Blk Sawyer St                   Recovered Vehicle
12:00pm           100 Blk Red Rock                   False Impersonation
12:30pm           Excelsior/Mission                    Fraud
02:05pm           100 Blk Harkness                    Recovered Vehicle
02:13pm           2100 Blk BayShore                 Vandalism   
02:35pm           100 Blk Mateo                         Fraud
03:12pm           Allison/Mission                       Vehicle Collision
04:00pm           300 Blk Edinburgh                  Theft from Vehicle
05:00pm           90 Blk Winfield                       Burglary
05:00pm           1200 Blk Naples                      Theft from Vehicle
05:00pm           600 Blk Rockdale                    Stolen Vehicle
05:00pm           Joost /Edna                              Theft from Vehicle       
05:45pm           100 Blk Wright                        Theft from Vehicle
06:50pm           1200 Blk Goettingen                Theft from Vehicle       
07:25pm           4100 Blk Mission                     Warrant Arrest
08:00pm           100 Blk Leland                         Theft from Building
08:55pm           50 Blk Phelan                           Theft from building
09:30pm           100 Blk Tompkins                    Stolen Vehicle
10:00pm           100 Francis                               Theft from Vehicle
10:00pm           Alemany/Onondaga                  Stolen Vehicle
Burglaries with suspect description:
No Incidents to Report.