Thursday, July 23, 2015

July. 18, 2015

      Incident Date:
                            Saturday, July 18th, 2015
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No Incidents to Report.

Serious Incidents:

9:53pm       2600 Blk Bayshore                 Armed Robbery
Ingleside Officers Hart, Kikuchi, Thompson, Klaib, Dilag, Lustenberger, and Sgt. O’Connor responded to a report of a particularly violent robbery at a grocery store. The victim’s told the officers that one of the store employees was removing trash out the front door when a suspect, holding a gun, approached and asked for money. The suspect placed the employee in a choke hold and held a gun to her head as he walked her into the store. A second suspect followed the pair as they went to the rear of the store and demanded that the victim, along with two other store employees, open the store safe. The employees, fearing for their lives, complied and the suspects, with a significant amount of cash, quickly exited the store after the robbery. The victim, who was held in a choke hold and was shaking and crying when police arrived, was treated by medics at the scene. The Ingleside Station Investigation Team has taken over the case and is reviewing witness statements and other evidence regarding this incident. Report number: 150626491

10:18pm     Brookdale/Blythedale             Robbery
A man was sitting in his double-parked car, with the engine off, waiting for a friend when he was approached by twelve men. The victim told Ingleside Officers McMilton and Billings, the suspects surrounded his car, opened the doors, and punched him several times while demanding he surrender his money and IPhone. The victim complied and the suspects escaped in an unknown direction. The victim refused medical attention. Report number: 150626582

11:50pm     26th/Guerrero                         Shooting
A man walked into Ingleside Station and told Officer Wells that he survived a shooting incident a short time before. The victim said he was stopped westbound at the intersection of 26th Street and Guerrero when he saw another vehicle traveling southbound on Guerrero stop at the red light. When the victim started crossing the intersection, two occupants of the other vehicle exited their car and started firing their weapons at his vehicle. Scared for his life, he quickly sped through the intersection and drove to Ingleside Station to report the crime. He pointed out a bullet hole in his vehicle’s hood. Report number: 150623942

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

01:46am           Unit Blk Santos                         Vandalism to Property
10:15am           Tompkins/Peralta                      Hit and Run
02:30pm           400 Blk Vienna                         Vandalism to Property
06:00pm           Unit Blk Mirabel                       Graffiti Vandalism
08:00pm           Unit Blk Newman                     Recovered Vehicle
08:20pm           Unit Blk Santa Rosa                  Vandalism to Vehicle

Burglaries with suspect description:

No Incidents to Report.