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Aug. 13, 2015

      Incident Date:
                         Thursday, August 13th, 2015
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1:17am       Santos/Brookdale                       Recovered Auto
Many motorists drive around without a front license plate, which in California is illegal. But what always catches the attention of patrol officers is a vehicle being driven without a rear license plate. Of course that’s illegal too. That’s exactly what intrigued Ingleside Officers Billings and DeFilippo while they patrolled the Visitacion Valley neighborhood. They spotted a 1990 Toyota Camry with no rear license plate. The officers stopped the car and questioned the driver and her passenger. The driver could not provide a license but did have a California ID. She also didn’t have registration or insurance claiming she had just purchased the car for $700. She didn’t have a bill of sale and told the officers that she only knew the seller’s first name. A records check revealed that story to be a fabrication. The Toyota was stolen from an Excelsior District Address. The driver was taken to Ingleside Station and booked for auto theft. The real owner of the Toyota was contacted and retrieved his stolen car. Report number: 150704229

7:50pm       Geneva/Mission                          Robbery w/gun
A man waiting at a bus stop was approached by six men who demanded his wallet and cell phone. The victim told Ingleside Officer Ng that he refused the robbers demands until one of the suspects displayed a semi-automatic handgun in his waistband and some of the other suspects took out knives. The victim surrendered his property and the suspects, before running away, warned him not to contact the police. The next day, August 14th, Ingleside Officers Hart and Thompson were dispatched to Geneva and Mission after the robbery victim called police when he spotted one of the suspects at the same bus stop. The officers found the man sitting on the sidewalk and placed him handcuffs. The victim signed a “cold show form” declaring that the subject was one of the six armed men who robbed him the night before. The suspect, who also had an unrelated warrant for his arrest, was charged with the warrant and the armed robbery. Report number: 150707449

7:58pm       100 Blk Florentine                      Marijuana Cultivation
Nine Ingleside Officers (Seavey, Padilla, Franceschi, Hardy, Scott, Kerlegan, Eyad, Denning, Obot), along with Lt. Burke served a search warrant at a home suspected of being an illegal (grow house), a home used to illegally grow marijuana. The officers discovered three large rooms in the basement where several hundred marijuana plants were growing. They also confiscated illegal lights and irrigation equipment used in the growing process. Additionally, PG&E was summoned to the home because the occupants had bypassed the utility meter to provide power for the grow operation. The officers also found numerous weapons, some stolen, along with dozens of rounds of ammunition. Three men were arrested and five other residents, men and women, were detained and later released. Report number: 150707483

Serious Incidents:

5:10am       4600 Blk Mission                        Robbery
For two men, a night of partying turned out to be expensive for one of the participants. Ingleside Officers Dilag and Kikuchi found one of the party goers at Persia and Mission. The victim said he and an unknown man had spent the night drinking at a nearby residence. Early in the morning the two were walking when the suspect asked the victim for money. The victim said he didn’t have any and, to prove it, he took out his wallet and showed the victim it was empty except for some cards. The victim told the officers that at that point, the suspect grabbed the wallet and tried to take it from the victim. A short struggle ensued and the victim eventually surrendered the wallet to the suspect who then ran to a parked vehicle and drove away. Report number: 150704990

4:59pm       500 Blk Precita                           Robbery
A store clerk thought it was suspicious when a man walked in wearing a hospital mask and asked for a can of ginger ale. The clerk told him which refrigerator had the ginger ale and the man went back and picked up a can. But, instead of paying for the beverage, the man went behind the counter pulled out a gun, and placed it at the clerk’s side. He asked for money and the clerk gave him a significant amount of cash from the register. The suspect then ran away southbound on Florida Street. Ingleside Officers Watts and Calupad interviewed the victim while Officers Ng, Obot, and Denning searched the neighborhood for the suspect. The hospital mask was found in a nearby driveway and was saved as evidence. Report number: 150706720

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

02:24am           Unit Blk Madrid                       Theft from Vehicle
03:00am           Unit Blk Lisbon                        Stolen License Plate
05:50am           3100 Blk Mission                     Stolen Vehicle
09:22am           700 Blk Anderson                    Recovered Vehicle
09:40am           Folsom/21st Street                    Stolen Vehicle
12:34pm           Unit Blk Amethyst                    Restraining Order Violation
04:00pm           500 Blk Tompkins                    Burglary
04:00pm           Unit Blk Leese                          Stolen Vehicle
05:55pm           100 Blk Justin                           Recovered Vehicle
06:00pm           300 Blk Gennessee                   Recovered Vehicle
08:00pm           Unit Blk Mirabel                       Vandalism to Property
08:30pm           500 Blk Foerester                      Stolen Vehicle

Burglaries with suspect description:

No Incidents to Report.