Friday, August 7, 2015

Aug. 1, 2015

      Incident Date:
                           Saturday, August 1st, 2015
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1:40am         30th St/Mission                  Aggravated Assault W/Knife      Ingleside Officers Glenn and McMilton were responding to a call, when they were flagged down by a pedestrian. He told officers that he just witnessed an assault with a knife take place. He offered to help officers locate and identify the suspect. Officers and the witness canvassed the area and spotted the suspect. As the officers approached the suspect they saw him drop a knife onto the pavement. The suspect was detained without incident. With the aid of the witness, the officers located the male and female victims of the assault. The victims told officers they were walking home from grocery shopping, when they spotted the suspect near their doorway. The suspect grabbed the male victim’s neck from behind and held a knife to his throat. The suspect was accusing the victim of robbing him at an earlier time. The female victim fearing for her boyfriend’s life, began hitting the suspect with the grocery bag in attempt to help free her friend. The suspect eventually freed the victim and walked away. The female victim sustained cuts on her hand from the encounter.  A cold show was conducted and both victims identified the subject as the suspect. The suspect was transported and booked for the assault. Report Number: 150667508     

Serious Incidents:

12:12pm     5100 Blk Mission           Robbery W/Force                                A male suspect entered a retail store and asked the owner for a T-shirt. The owner showed him the T-shirts he had on display. The suspect tried on a t-shirt and walked out the store with no attempt to pay. The owner followed the suspect outside and told the suspect to pay for the shirt. The owner told Ingleside Officers Grey and Hopkins, that the   suspect pushed him to the ground, which caused him to hit his head on the hard pavement. The victim can’t recall if he lost consciousness. The owner lost sight of the suspect as he ran away. Officers spoke to several witness who stated they observed the suspect punch the victim causing him to fall down and hit his head. They told officers that the victim appeared to have lost consciousness. Several officers canvassed the area and were not able to locate the suspect. Medics responded and the treated the victim at the scene. However, the victim refused transportation to a hospital. Later in the day, the victim went to Ingleside station and provided the officers with surveillance footage of the incident. Report Number: 150668409

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

12:00am           Bosworth/Oshaughnessy           Vandalism to Property
02:09am           4700 Blk Mission                      Battery
04:22am           Geneva/Delano                          Hit and Run
11:34am           200 Blk Amber                          Trespassing     
12:00pm           100 Blk Highland                      Stolen License Plate
02:17pm           Leland/Peabody                        Warrant Arrest
04:11pm           Unit Blk Fair                             Battery
06:45pm           San Jose/30th Street                  Hit and Run
07:13pm           Geneva/Prague                         Warrant Arrest

Burglaries with suspect description:

No Incidents to Report.