Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Sept. 10, 2015

      Incident Date:
                       Thursday, September 10th, 2015
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10:31am     4900 Blk Mission            Aggravated Assault
A woman shopping for groceries caught the attention of store security when, using her left hand, she swept a whole shelf of items into her shopping cart. The security officers watched as she, and a companion, grabbed several more items before walking past the counters and attempting to leave the store without paying. The loss prevention officers blocked their exit forcing the two thieves to retreat back into the shopping aisles. But the retreat didn’t last long enough, because the two tried again to leave the store with one of the thieves brandishing a stolen knife at store personnel. The security officers notified dispatch and Ingleside Officers Lucia, Macauley, Wells, and Hoge responded placing the woman in custody and charging her with aggravated assault. Her companion was released after returning the items to store personnel. Report number: 150796351

Serious Incidents:

11:00am     3300 Blk San Bruno         Burglary
A woman asleep in her bedroom was awakened by the sound of breaking glass. She turned around and looked toward her bedroom window and saw a man wearing a white shirt and blue jeans crawling through the window. He was half way into her bedroom when she made eye contact with the intruder. She grabbed her phone and dialed 911 and the intruder squeezed back out the window and escaped in an unknown direction. Ingleside Officers Zasly, Mora, Aslam, and Thompson arrived quickly thereafter and discovered the burglar had torn the screen off the window and pried it open to gain entrance. Report number: 150794349

9:00pm       200 Blk Day St.               Aggravated Assault
A woman looking for a wallet she lost felt lucky when she found the item near the dog park. However, as she related to Ingleside Officers Wong and Marshall, her luck changed as she was walking home an unknown man snuck behind her and hit her with a hard object in her upper back. Before she was able to turn around, he struck her again in the back. The victim turned around and struck the suspect in the face with her flashlight. The suspect called the woman “A stupid B…”, and then ran away. Report number: 150796179

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

02:03am           Alemany/Santa Rosa                 Traffic Collision
10:00am           1200 Blk Cortland                    Threats
10:00am           600 Blk Campbell                     Burglary
10:30am           300 Blk Amazon                       Burglary
10:50am           50 Phelan                                  Vandalism to Property
03:40pm           100 Blk Britton                         Battery
06:28pm           Mission/Geneva                        Traffic Collision
07:00pm           400 Blk Edinburgh                    Vandalism to Vehicle
07:00pm           400 Blk Capistrano                   Stolen Vehicle
09:30pm           Unit Blk Esquina                       Vandalism to Vehicle

Burglaries with suspect description:

No Incidents to Report.