Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Sept. 4, 2015

       Incident Date:
                          Friday, September 4th, 2015
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2:40am       200 Blk Sawyer                     Firearm
Foot chases are an unfortunate but necessary part of being a police officer. Some suspects assume they are faster than the pursuing officer, especially when an officer is carrying several pounds of extra weight from his or her equipment and clothing. They are usually wrong. On this morning, Ingleside Officers Hoge and Wells were on routine patrol near Arleta and Bayshore when the spotted a speeding Dodge Charger driving by. The Charger peaked the officer’s interest because, at Mission and Crescent, an hour earlier (see report below), suspects driving a black Charger robbed a victim. Hoge and Wells, turned on their emergency lights and siren and began chasing the Charger in what was initially an unsuccessful attempt to pull the vehicle over. The driver of the Charger, seeing the pursuing officers, picked up speed and blew through several stop signs on Raymond before crashing into the garage door of a home on Sawyer Street. When Hoge and Wells pulled up the driver was gone and the passenger was just exiting the car and attempting to escape. He started running southbound on Sawyer with Wells in pursuit. The chase lasted several blocks and Wells momentarily lost sight of the man until he noticed two feet sticking out underneath a pickup truck parked on Loehr Street. It was the suspect and he was quickly placed in custody and brought back to Ingleside Station. Investigating officers found a handgun by the crashed vehicle as well as identification and other items with names not matching the suspect. He was booked for possession of a firearm by a felon and recklessly evading a police officer. Report number: 150775258

9:54pm       1600 Blk Plymouth                D.U.I/Hit&Run
Ingleside Officer Billings was dispatched to Plymouth and Monterey to investigate a report of a vehicle collision. When he arrived he found a brand new Audi up on the curb after colliding with a parked vehicle. The Audi’s owner was at the scene. Witnesses told Officer Billings that the Audi driver had collided with another car while in the parking lot of a nearby store. The owner then drove off a short distance before colliding with the second vehicle. Officer Billings noticed the woman owner had bloodshot eyes. She readily admitted to having three glasses of wine a short time earlier at a business event. She was taken to San Francisco General for treatment of minor injuries and where a blood alcohol test revealed she was operating a motor vehicle with a level higher than allowed by law. She was arrested for D.U.I, Hit &Run, and other vehicle code violations. Report number: 150778036

Serious Incidents:

1:35am       100 Blk Crescent                     Robbery
Ingleside Officers Dilag and Glenn were dispatched to a call of a robbery involving two men possibly driving a black Dodge Charger. The victims told Dilag and Glenn they were walking eastbound on Crescent when two men suddenly confronted them demanding, “Money, money, money”. One of the suspects struck the victim in the head with a handgun before removing approximately $60 in cash. While the victim was on the ground, one of the suspects kicked and punched him several times. Then the suspect turned his attention to the other victim, punching him in the stomach before removing approximately $80 in cash. Both suspects then fled to a waiting Dodge Charger which sped away. The vehicle was later found and one of the suspects arrested. See above arrest report. Report number: 150775258

4:40am       Crescent/Nevada                    Robbery
Ingleside Officer DeFilippo was dispatched to San Francisco General Hospital to interview a robbery victim. The patient who was being treated for injuries suffered in the robbery told DeFilippo that he was walking home on Crescent near Nevada when two suspects approached from behind and pushed him to the ground. The suspects then punched him several times in the face while he was lying on the sidewalk. The suspects then reached into his pockets and took his cell phone, cash, debit and credit cards and over $200 cash inside his wallet. Report number: 150775418

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

06:25am           Hillcrest/Myra                           Traffic Collision
07:26am           2000 Blk Alemany                     Recovered Vehicle
09:30am           Unit Blk Dublin                         Fraud
09:50am           2700 Blk Alemany                     Recovered Vehicle
02:15pm           Mission/France                          Theft
02:45pm           Unit Blk John Young Ln           Stolen License Plate
03:30pm           400 Blk 29th Street                    Stolen Vehicle
06:00pm           3000 Blk Alemany                    Graffiti Vandalism to Property
06:52pm           Unit Blk Monterey                    Fraud
06:57pm           4900 Blk Mission                      Shoplifting
09:00pm           London/France                          Stolen License Plate
11:00pm           Unit Blk Admiral                      Stolen Vehicle

Burglaries with suspect description:

No Incidents to Report.