Tuesday, July 21, 2015

July. 15, 2015

      Incident Date:
                         Wednesday, July 15th, 2015

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2:00am       Mission/Randall                     D.U.I                                         A late model Mercedes blowing a stop sign at Mission and Randall Streets caught the attention of Ingleside Officers Macaulay and Lucia during their early morning patrol duties. The officers began following the Mercedes while running the license plate and were about to initiate a traffic stop when the Mercedes driver suddenly turned onto San Jose Avenue and took off at a high rate of speed. The officers followed as the Mercedes eventually merged onto Highway #280 and sped up to 120 miles per hour with the officers in pursuit and radioing for assistance. The driver eventually exited the freeway at the Alemany exit, still traveling at an unsafe speed, and journeyed through the neighborhood before finally yielding to the following officer’s emergency lights and siren at Mission and Evergreen Sts. Officer Macaulay and Lucia removed the driver and placed him in handcuffs. The officers noticed the strong odor of alcohol and found an open bottle of tequila in the car. The suspect was given a roadside sobriety test which he failed. He consented to a breath test which found he had a blood alcohol level of approximately twice the legal limit. The suspect was taken to the county jail and booked on D.U.I and other serious charges. Report number: 150614822

Serious Incidents:

2:00 pm      2000 Blk Alemany                  Hot Prowl Burglary
A woman heard a knock on her front door and saw her neighbor. When she opened the door her neighbor was too distraught to explain what was wrong, so the neighbor called 911. Ingleside Officers Walsh, Lim, and Hauscarriague arrived and learned that the neighbor had just been robbed during a home invasion burglary. The victim told the officers that she was home and in her basement when she heard footsteps upstairs. When she went to investigate she saw two strange men in her home, one of whom had a crowbar. One of the suspects pulled a shirt over the woman’s face and held the crowbar to her head while the other ransacked the home before escaping. The loss included electronics and a large amount of cash. The officers determined that the crowbar was used to pry open the front door to enter the home. The case has been assigned to the Ingleside Station Investigative Team. Report number: 150615927

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

02:05am           Paulding/Raleigh                      Traffic Collision
07:50am           50 Phelan                                  Vandalism to Vehicle
08:30am           300 Blk Precita                         Vandalism to Property
11:05am           300 Blk Folsom                        Stolen and Recovered Vehicle
12:01pm           Mission/Geneva                        Warrant Arrest
02:30pm           50 Phelan                                  Theft from Building
02:40pm           1200 Blk Sunnydale                 Traffic Collision
04:00pm           Ocean/San Jose                         Attempted Theft form Vehicle
05:00pm           San Jose/Alemany                    Traffic Collision
06:37pm           300 Blk Capistrano                    Recovered Vehicle
06:57pm           300 Blk Holly Park Circle         Recovered Vehicle
08:35pm           100 Blk Dublin                          Battery
09:00pm           200 Blk Putnam                         Stolen Vehicle

Burglaries with suspect description:

No Incidents to Report.