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Aug. 29. 2015

      Incident Date:
                         Saturday, August 29th, 2015
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10:50 am    800 Blk Peralta   Auto Boost                                 
A man called police saying he just saw a woman, wearing a hoodie and black pants, break into his car and then escape on a small BMX bicycle. The victim followed the suspect as she entered a home on the 200 block of Peralta Street. Ingleside officers Suguitan, Seaborn, and Curry responded to the home on Peralta and talked to a man standing out in front near a BMX bicycle. The male told the officers that there were no women inside his home. The victim was brought to the address and said the man was not the same person who burglarized his car. However, a computer check revealed the man in front of the home was wanted on an outstanding warrant from Daly City Police Department. He was transported to Ingleside Station and booked for the warrant. Report number: 150757240
Serious Incidents:

No Incidents to Report.
Vehicle and Other Incidents:
0:17am             900 Blk Geneva           Warrant
1:05am             Alemany/Congdon       Traffic Collision
4:18am             3300 Blk Mission         Battery
5:25am             400 Blk Monterey        Burglary
8:05am             Bosworth/Lippard        Traffic Collision
8:10am             Unit Blk Laidley           Fraud
9:00am             Unit Blk Bronte            Fraud
12:18pm           Unit Blk Santa Rosa     Recovered Vehicle
1:32pm            100 Blk Alemany          Counterfeit
3:17pm            100 Blk Dorcas              Burglary
4:30pm            800 Blk Peralta              Burglary
4:39pm            Argonaut/Burr               Traffic Collision\
5:20pm            2800 Blk Diamond        Fraud
8:00pm            5200 Blk Mission          Stolen Vehicle
8:00pm            Mt. Vernon/Mission      Stolen Vehicle
9:00pm            5400 Blk Mission          Stolen Vehicle
9:49pm            Mission/Valencia          Traffic Collision
Burglaries with suspect description:
No Incidents to Report.