Thursday, September 3, 2015

Aug. 28, 2015

      Incident Date:
                          Friday, August 28th, 2015
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12:06am     Congdon/Alemany        Stolen Vehicle                   
Older Hondas are one of the most popular vehicles for car thieves. That was in the front of Ingleside officers Hardy and Scott minds as they pulled up behind a 1986 Honda driving eastbound on Trumbull near Mission Street. The officers ran a computer check which revealed the Honda was recently stolen from an address in San Mateo County. The officers discreetly trailed the stolen Honda while calling for backup. After a few blocks, and after being joined by officers Calupad and Watts, Hardy and Scott pulled the Honda over at College Avenue and Justin Drive. The male driver and his female passenger were removed from the vehicle. The driver was arrested for auto theft and the passenger was released.  Report number: 150752745
2:03pm       1200 Blk Plymouth       Theft                                       
A report of a car burglary suspect was the reason dispatch sent Ingleside officers Suguitan and Seaborn to investigate. When the officer’s arrived on scene, they found the victim detaining a woman suspect in the victim’s driveway. The suspect was placed in handcuffs while the victim explained what happened. He told the officers that he first passed the woman suspect about a block away from his home as he walked down the street. The suspect made an obscene gesture as she passed the victim. The victim turned around and watched as the suspect walked down the street and then into the victim’s driveway. The suspect then entered the victim’s car parked in the driveway and started rustling through contents in the interior. The victim ran back to his home and pulled the suspect from the car, placing her on the ground until police arrived. The victim signed a citizen’s arrest form and the suspect was cited for theft and released. Report number: 1507544406
2:32pm       Geneva/Prague             Narcotics                     
Ingleside officers Barajas and Alvarez were on routine patrol when they spotted a “frequent flyer”, a man they had arrested several times before, including twice in the past two months. The suspect was driving in the lane next to the officers as both vehicles traveled eastbound on Geneva near Prague. Barajas and Alvarez knew that the suspect had a lengthy criminal record for narcotics sales and was on active probation with a search and seizure condition. The officers pulled the suspect over and had him exit his vehicle to be placed in custody. A search of his car turned up a significant quantity of methamphetamine, cocaine, and several batches of prescription narcotics as wells as marijuana. In the center armrest was a cell phone and a scale for weighing narcotics. The suspect was taken to Ingleside Station and booked for possession of Narcotics for sale and for an outstanding warrant for his arrest. Report number: 150754569
Serious Incidents:

9:30am       Mansell/John Shelley    Robbery                       
A motorcyclist was robbed by three unknown suspects as he rode through McLaren Park. The victim told Ingleside officers McMilton and Kikuchi that he was driving westbound on John F. Shelley Drive when a man jumped out onto the road waving his arms in the air. The victim stopped his motorcycle and the suspect grabbed the handlebars to prevent his escape. Then, he told the officers, that two other suspects jumped out from the bushes. One of the suspects attempted to start the motorcycle, but it wouldn’t start. Then the suspects demanded the victim surrender his wallet. He did and the suspects removed approximately $80 in cash and threw the wallet on the ground. The suspects then escaped in an unknown direction. The victim was treated at the scene by medical personnel. Officers searched the area unsuccessfully for the suspects.  Report number: 150755915

10:41pm     100 Blk Brookdale       Firearm                           
A call of “shots fired” sent Ingleside officers Billings, Wise, Glenn, Hardy, and DeFilippo to investigate. During a search the officers failed to find any victims or suspects. However, the officers did find ten .45cal shell casings and seven .9mm shell casings in the streets in the area. Several residents of the area reported hearing the shots but no one saw the suspects who fired the weapons. Report number: 150756010
Vehicle and Other Incidents:
7:00am             Congo/Joost                 Stolen Vehicle
7:30am             500 Blk Joost               Fraud
9:00am             100 Blk Desmond        Fraud
11:00am           100 Blk Britton            Vandalism
11:45am           100 Blk Fairmount       Att. Auto Boost
2:45pm             800 Blk Peralta            Burglary
6:00pm             700 Blk Monterey       Burglary
6:25pm             600 Blk Edna              Vandalism
8:00pm             Unit Blk Coleridge      Stolen Vehicle
11:32pm           Geneva/Mission          Traffic Collision
Burglaries with suspect description:
No Incidents to Report.