Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Aug. 19, 2015

               Incident Date:
                                 Wednesday, August 19th, 2015
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4:20pm       100 Blk Blythedale                       Drugs                                                       Many citizens may not know that vehicle owners cannot tint the windshield and front passenger side and driver’s side windows. It’s a safety issue both for the driver and for police officers. So when Ingleside Officers Padilla, Seavey, and Barajas spotted a ten year old BMW sedan, with a tinted front windows they were naturally suspicious. The officers trailed the vehicle until it stopped and parked in front of a home on the 100 block of Blythedale. When the driver exited the car, Seavey, Padilla, and Barajas approached and quickly recognized the driver as someone they had encountered before. He was on felony probation, with a search condition, for prior cases of illegal possession of a firearm.  Ingleside Officers Wise and Snadow soon arrived to assist. A search of the suspect’s car found .45caliber ammunition along with a significant quantity of “ecstasy”. The suspect was booked for a probation violation, possession of narcotics for sale, and illegal possession of ammunition. Report number: 150725059

6:38pm       Diamond/Wilder                       Resisting                                         Ingleside Officers Hopkins and Grey were on routine patrol, driving northbound on Diamond Street near Wilder, when a pedestrian suddenly darted out between cars, out of the crosswalk, and jaywalked directly in front of the patrol car. The officers sounded their air horn and asked, “What are you doing?” The suspect yelled “Why don’t you go to hell?” The officers stopped their patrol car and asked him to come over to cite him for a traffic violation. Instead of stopping, the suspect walked into a nearby store with the officers trailing him. The officers asked him to step outside, He refused to obey their request. The officers noticed he had bloodshot eyes and walked with staggered gait. They asked him again to step outside and he refused. The officers grabbed his arms and finally escorted him outside the market and onto the sidewalk. But the suspect continued to resist by balling his fists and fighting the officers attempt to place him in custody. Soon, several other Ingleside officers arrived to help with the arrest. The suspect was cited for the jaywalking and for resisting arrest and eventually released. Report number: 15072560

Serious Incidents:

No Incidents to Report.

 Vehicle and Other Incidents:

01:21am           4500 Blk Mission                     Assault
06:42am           Circular/Hearst                         Warrant Arrest
10:00am           51 Phelan                                 Theft from Building
05:20pm           1900 Blk Diamond                   Burglary
01:55pm           3100 Blk Mission                     Warrant Arrest
02:11pm           300 Blk Nevada                       Warrant Arrest
05:15pm           5200 Blk Diamond Heights      Theft from Building
05:29pm           600 Blk Campbell                    Vandalism to Vehicle

Burglaries with suspect description:

No Incidents to Report.