Wednesday, July 1, 2015

June 27, 2015

      Incident Date:
                             Saturday, June 27th, 2015
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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  

10:11pm     Mission & Precita         Theft
A woman, sitting with her friend at bus stop, was robbed of her cell phone. The victim told Ingleside Officers Chan, Bryant, Elliston, Sgt. Smith and Sgt. Ly that a man sitting next to them suddenly snatched her iPhone from her hand and ran away on Precita towards Bernal Heights. The officers began a search in the area for the suspect with Sgt. Smith and located him on the 200 block of Precita. He matched the description supplied by the victim. Her friend had the stolen cell phone in his possession. He was also positively identified by the victim as the suspect. The suspect admitted taking the phone and said he was intoxicated and “made a mistake”. He was cited for theft and other charges, then released. Report number: 150561314

Serious Incidents:
4:34pm       1500 Blk Noe                Hot Prowl
 A young couple returned home at 4:00am and went to sleep only to awake and find that many of their belongings were stolen. The couple told Ingleside Officers Scott and Hardy that they woke up around three in the afternoon and the male victim discovered that his wallet containing his driver’s license, credit cards, keys, along with his iPhone were gone. He was also missing a MacBook Pro and a Playstation 4. The female victim lost a cell phone and wallet containing credit cards and an out-of-state driver’s license. Officers Scott and Hardy interviewed one of the couple’s roommates who said she awoke at 7:30am and didn’t notice anything out of order. Report number: 150560338
11:57pm     Alemany & Lawrence   Attempted Robbery
 A man heard his car alarm on Alemany going off and went outside to investigate. He told Ingleside Officers Lozano and McCall that he saw a suspect walking away from his car. He followed him around the corner to confront him. The victim asked the suspect “Did you break my car window?” The suspect responded, “No”. The car owner then asked him again if he broke his car window and the suspect responded, “I don’t know what you’re talking about”. The car owner then punched the suspect in the mouth causing the suspect to stumble backwards. The suspect then pulled out a black semi-automatic handgun from his waistband and pointed it at the car owner’s head saying, “Give me your money”. The victim responded that he didn’t have any money. When the victim’s wife approached, the suspect turned and ran away. The victim went back to his car and found the window broken but nothing missing from inside. Report number: 150561609
Vehicle and Other Incidents:
9:05am             Unit Blk Norton            Recovered Vehicle
9:30am             Sunnydale/Hahn            Warrant
10:38am           300 Blk Richland          Recovered Vehicle
11:00am           5700 Blk Mission         Stolen Vehicle
2:00pm             100 Blk Anderson        Stolen Truck
2:39pm             Unit Blk Laidley            Recovered Truck
6:15pm             100 Blk Bocana           Stolen Vehicle
7:00pm             200 Blk Diamond         Stolen Vehicle
7:54pm             700 Blk Portola            Recovered Vehicle
9:00pm             Mullen/Montcalm          Traffic Collision
11:30pm           Mission/Russia  Stolen Vehicle
Burglaries with suspect description:
No Incidents to Report.