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Aug. 9, 2015

      Incident Date:
                           Sunday, August 9th, 2015
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8:22pm       3700 Blk Mission         Warrant Arrest                                               Eagle eyed  Sgt. Smith, while on routine patrol, spotted a suspect who was wanted on two no-bail warrants for auto theft. The suspect was standing in the doorway of his mother’s home. When Smith stopped his patrol car and asked for the suspect to come forward the man refused and ran into the home slamming the front door behind him. Smith called for backup and several Ingleside units responded and placed a perimeter around the home. Officers knocked on the front door several times asking the suspect to come out and surrender. There was no response. The officers then warned the suspect that if he didn’t come out and surrender they would force open the door and enter the premises. Again, there was no response. Finally, the officers forced opened the rear and front doors, entered the home and placed the suspect in custody. Report number: 150694329

Serious Incidents:

3:30am       100 Blk Delano            Hot Prowl Burglary
A man called 911 saying he was a victim of a burglary and he was standing outside a home where his stolen phone was taken. Ingleside Officers Macaulay and Lucia met the man who was holding an IPad with an app showing his phone inside a nearby home. The victim told the officers he had returned home a short time before and left his front door unlocked while he set his phone and wallet on a coffee table near the front door. He took his dogs outback to relieve themselves and when he went back inside he noticed his property gone. He went on his IPad and tracked the phone to a nearby residence. The officers went to that residence and  contacted the owner of the home and went inside. One officer even called the stolen phone but did not hear it ring. The officers exited the home and went back to the victim’s residence where they determined the burglar most likely entered the home through the unlocked front door. Report number: 150692248

4:39pm       Geneva/Prague             Robbery
A man waiting for a bus at Mission and Prague streets was approached by two men he knew. The victim told Ingleside Officers Shugars and Ng, the suspects asked the man to walk across the street into Crocker-Amazon Park. When the three got to the baseball diamond, the two suspect suddenly attacked the victim, kicking and punching him several times. The suspects then removed the victim’s cell phone and wallet from his pockets taking cash from the wallet, and leaving it with the victim before escaping. Several Ingleside units searched the surrounding area for the suspects without success. The victim was treated at the scene by medical personnel. Report number: 150693729

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

12:58am           Bayshore/Blanken                     Traffic Collision
06:55am           300 Blk Alemany                      Recovered Motorcycle
07:00am           1400 Blk Dolores                     Vandalism to Vehicle
08:10am           500 Blk Bosworth                     Recovered Vehicle
08:50am           300 Blk Flood                           Fraud
10:00am           300 Blk Winfield                      Warrant Arrest
02:14pm           Chenery/Whitney                      Hit and Run
05:44pm           1900 Blk Sunnydale                 Recovered Vehicle
05:57pm           Ripley/Folsom                          Hit and Run
06:58pm           600 Blk Mangels                      Theft from Vehicle
10:30pm           900 Blk Ellsworth                     Battery

Burglaries with suspect description:

No Incidents to Report.