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Aug. 3, 2015

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                           Monday, August 3rd, 2015
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10:10pm     200 Blk Leland    Possession of Incendiary Device       Ingleside Officers Barajas and Padilla were on routine patrol when they spotted a truck driving on the sidewalk and stopping in front of a residence. They then observed a male come out of a home and enter the vehicle. The officers immediately recognized the subject from prior police contact and knew he was on felony probation with a warrantless search condition, so the officers quickly positioned their vehicle behind the truck in an attempt to make contact with the occupants. The suspect vehicle suddenly began speeding off at high rate of speed. The vehicle failed to come to a stop at multiple stop signs. After following the vehicle a short distance, the officers initiated a traffic stop. Both officers made contact with both the driver and the passenger. The driver told the officers that he got scared when he saw them and sped off. Both occupants were taken out and a search of the vehicle was conducted. The officers observed a 1 gallon paint can with a green wick sticking out of the top. The driver admitted it to be an incendiary device. Both occupants were handcuff and detained for investigation. The bomb squad was immediately requested to the scene. While waiting at the scene, the officer went to the residence of the passenger to initiate a search and discovered 3 additional incendiary devices. Along with the devices they also found bags containing different components for making explosives. A rifle with the serial numbers scrapped off and high capacity magazine was also located inside the house. The suspect vehicle was towed and both suspects were ultimately booked at Ingleside Station for the above crimes. Report Number: 150676214

          Serious Incidents:

12:00pm     50 Blk Teddy       Robbery W/Weapon                          Ingleside Officers Naser and Williams responded to a call regarding a robbery. They spoke with both victims, who told the officers that they were unloading their truck when two suspects approached them. The first suspect pushed the first victim against the garage and placed his left hand on her neck. He then proceeded to take the camera that was hanging from her neck and fled scene. The second suspect pushed the second victim down to the floor and began pepper spraying the victim. He also took another camera from the second victim and fled as well.  Both victims refused medical attention. Officers canvassed the area for the suspects and surveillance footage with negative results. Report Number: 150673765

Vehicle and Other Incidents: 
12:01am           600 Blk Precita                          Burglary
07:20am           Unit Blk Cotter                          Recovered Vehicle
08:15am           Edinburgh/Russia                      Traffic Collision
08:56am           100 Blk Maynard                     Recovered Vehicle
09:56am           Unit Blk Heritage                      Battery
10:45am           Unit Blk Turquoise                    Fraud
11:32am           1900 Blk Sunnydale                 Theft form Vehicle
01:00pm           3200 Blk Harrison                    Stolen Vehicle
01:06pm           4700 Blk Mission                     Battery
01:20pm           Unit Blk Brook                         Stolen Vehicle
03:35pm           5100 Blk Mission                     Traffic Collision
03:45pm           200 Blk John F Shelley            Dog Bite
06:04pm           300 Blk Randolph                    Warrant Arrest
06:12pm           Mission/Trumbull                     Warrant Arrest
09:45pm           100 Blk Schwerin                     Vandalism to Property

Burglaries with suspect description:

No Incidents to Report.