Wednesday, August 5, 2015

July. 29, 2015

      Incident Date:
                          Wednesday, July 29th, 2015
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2:34am       300 Blk Oxford             Discharge of firearm                       Ingleside Officers Lucia and Macaulay responded to a residence regarding verbal argument. A resident was angry at his roommate for having her boyfriend over. He claimed that it violated the rental agreement. However, the officers viewed the rental agreement and found that claim to be invalid. Both parties agreed to calm down and go to sleep and speak about it the next morning. The officers left the residence and approximately 20 minutes later, a Shot Spotter detected shots fired in addition to calls made by citizens from the same location. Ingleside Officers Lucia and Macaulay responded back to the residence a second time. Officers spoke with the female resident, who said she and her boyfriend heard two shots coming from her roommate’s room. She claimed to have heard a spinning sound to that of a revolver. Her boyfriend claimed to have heard the sound of a magazine being placed in a firearm. The officers then ordered the male roommate out and placed him under arrest without incident. Officers obtain approval from him to search his room and were unable to locate firearm. He was transported to Ingleside station for investigation. A collection of gunshot residue was collected from him. He was placed under arrest and charged for negligent discharge of a firearm. Report Number: 150658466

10:00am     2800 Blk Diamond        Theft from ATM Machine               A victim walked to the Bank of America to deposit money at the ATM.  As he was walking away, he received a cellular notification that money had just been withdrawn. He noticed a female suspect at the same ATM.  He immediately yelled at her and she began to flee. He called police as he was chasing her down the street. Ingleside Officers Morrow and Trujillo responded and made contact with the victim. While speaking to the victim, officers spotted the suspect. She was detained without incident. A cold show was then performed and the victim exclaimed “Yes, That’s definitely her”.  Officers searched her and found $600 all in 20 dollar denominations. They also found a Bank of America ATM receipt. She told the officers that she took the money to feed her kids. The suspect was cited and released. Report Number: 150659141

Serious Incidents:

No Incidents to Report.

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

08:05am           Bosworth/Diamond                  Traffic Collision
09:44am           100 Blk Ripley                          Recovered Vehicle
11:40am           Persia/London                          Traffic Collision
12:10pm           100 Blk Eastwood                    Burglary
04:25pm           Mission/Ney                             Hit and Run
05:00pm           500 Blk Naples                         Threats
05:19pm           200 Blk Rey                              Harassing Phone Calls 
06:00pm           Ocean/Brighton                         Stolen Vehicle
06:24pm           Mission/Excelsior                     Assault
07:05pm           100 Blk Highland                     Park Code Violation
07:37pm           300 Blk Gambier                      Recovered Vehicle
08:00pm           Ocean/Persia                             Vandalism to Vehicle
08:52pm           Geneva/Moscow                       Traffic Collision
09:25pm           Unit Blk Gladstone                   Stolen Vehicle
10:00pm           4200 Blk Mission                     Vandalism to Vehicle
11:45pm           Alemany/Folsom                       Traffic Collision

Burglaries with suspect description:

No Incidents to Report.