Wednesday, July 29, 2015

July. 23, 2015

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                          Thursday, July 23rd, 2015
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1:30pm       Persia/Mission                        Robbery                                     A teenager riding the #29 MUNI bus was the victim of a robbery and assault. The victim told Ingleside Officers Hopkins and Grey that he was sitting at the back of the bus, near the rear doors, when a woman, sitting across from him, asked to see his phone. Before he could answer, the woman snatched the phone from his hand and ran off the bus. The victim followed her for several blocks on Mission Street finally catching up with her at Brazil and Mission. When he asked for his phone back, the woman turned around, placed her hand in a bag, simulating a weapon, and said “stop following me. I will shoot you!” When the phone dropped out of the thief’s pocket, the victim grabbed the phone and tried to walk away. But the thief grabbed the victim with both hands around the neck and started chocking him. The thief released her grip when she noticed witnesses walking toward the pair. She, and a companion, walked up Paris Street and into a nearby residence. Responding officers went to the address and arrested the woman taking her to Ingleside Station. The victim was treated for his injuries at St Luke’s Hospital and released then driven to Ingleside Station where he positively identified the suspect. She was booked for robbery, aggravated assault, and terrorist threats. Report number: 150640786 

2:06pm       San Jose/Rousseau                    Drugs                            Ingleside Officer Hackard was patrolling in an unmarked police vehicle on Silver Avenue and Alemany when he stopped for a red light. When the light turned green, and before he could proceed through the intersection, a 2011 Honda CRV, driving northbound on Alemany, sped through the red light at a high rate of speed. Officer Hackard began following the vehicle and requested assistance. The suspects sped north on Alemany, west on Geneva, north on #280 before exiting on San Jose Avenue with Officer Hackard now joined by Ingleside Officers Trail and Vong. The vehicle was stopped at San Jose and Rousseau. The officers asked for license, registration, and insurance from the driver and complied. The officers conducted a safety check of the vehicle and found two backpacks belong to both occupants. The backpacks contained a significant quantity of marijuana and a large quantity of a prescription narcotic. The two were taken to Ingleside Station and booked for a traffic violation and for possession of narcotics for sale. Their vehicle was released to its owner. Report number: 150640742

Serious Incidents:

8:20pm       Excelsior/Munich                   Reckless Driving
A reckless motorcycle rider caught the attention of Ingleside Officers Ocreto and Khan. The police officers were on routine patrol when they spotted a motorcyclist blow through the stop sign at Dublin and Persia. The officers followed the cyclist through the neighborhood as he continued to ignore intersection stop signs. At Excelsior and Munich the cyclist finally stopped, and when he saw the officers behind him, he dropped the bike and started running away. Officer Khan, in foot pursuit, chased the suspect for several blocks finally losing him in the vicinity of Brazil and Moscow streets. Several units scoured the area to no avail. Report number: 150641756

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

12:12am           1900 Blk Sunnydale                 Assault
02:40am           100 Blk Laidley                        Stolen Vehicle
07:00am           Unit Blk Eastwood                   Theft from Vehicle
10:29am           Mission/Russia                         Vandalism to Vehicle
02:38pm           400 Blk Rolph                          Recovered Vehicle
04:30pm           1900 Blk Sunnydale                 Stay Away Order Violation
05:30pm           Unit Blk Sgt John Young         Stolen License Plate
06:30pm           1300 Blk Geneva                      Stolen Vehicle
08:20pm           Unit Blk Sgt John Young         Traffic Collision
10:00pm           Arlington/Mateo                       Theft from Vehicle
11:00pm           1800 Blk Ocean                         Theft from Vehicle
11:18pm           29TH/Tiffany                             Warrant Arrest

Burglaries with suspect description:

No Incidents to Report.