Wednesday, June 3, 2015

May 31, 2015

      Incident Date:
                            Sunday, May 31st, 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  

3:10am       4400 Blk Mission           Threats
A pedestrian flagged down Ingleside Officers Marshall and Wells claiming a man kicked his car and was challenging passersby to fight. The officers got out of their patrol car and went over to the suspect to talk to him. The suspect was not cooperative, appeared inebriated, and refused the officers’ requests to walk to his nearby home. When the officers again asked him to leave, he balled up his fists and stood in a fighting stance, challenging the officers.  The officers radioed for assistance and, with the help of Officers McCall and Lozano, were able to subdue the suspect and transport him to Ingleside Station. Report number: 150473957

4:26pm       Unit Blk Carrizal          Malicious Mischief
A man sitting in his car was startled to see a neighbor walk up to a pickup truck and slash the front tire. The pickup truck belonged to the victim’s father. Ingleside Officers Hornstein and Chan questioned the suspect who admitted slashing the tire saying the reason for the vandalism was that the truck was parked in his driveway. The suspect was cited for malicious mischief and released. Report number: 150475420

6:59pm       700 Blk Edinburgh       Stolen Vehicle
A serial car thief with several warrants, who recklessly avoided two previous arrest attempts during the past week, was finally apprehended thanks to the great police work of Ingleside Officers Padilla, Seavey, and Alvarez.  On Sunday evening, the three officers were on patrol when they spotted the suspect near, what later turned out to be another stolen car, at the intersection of Edinburgh and France. The officers exited their vehicle and approached the suspect, who upon seeing the officers, began running away south on Edinburgh. Officer Seavey was in hot pursuit and soon caught up with the suspect less than a block away. The suspect was restrained and arrested. He was wanted for an outstanding warrant for vehicle theft. On May 25th, he recklessly drove away in a stolen car after being spotted by Ingleside officers. Five days later, in another stolen car, he repeated the same dangerous actions after being spotted by other Ingleside officers. The suspect was taken to Ingleside Station and booked on a variety of charges.  The stolen car he was using at the time of his arrest was returned to its rightful owner. Report number: 150476064
Serious Incidents:
No Incidents to Report.
Vehicle and Other Incidents:
0:05am             Unit Blk Stanford Hts               Auto Boost
9:00am             Unit Blk Santa Rosa                 Stolen Vehicle
8:00pm             1800 Blk Diamond                   Auto Boost
8:45pm             San Jose/Santa Rosa                Traffic Collision
11:56pm           5300 Blk Diamond Hts            Auto Boost
Burglaries with suspect description:
No Incidents to Report.