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Sept. 6, 2015

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                        Sunday, September 6th, 2015
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11:45am     Geneva/Mission                 Stolen Vehicle
Ingleside Officers Schlegle and Rodriguez were on special duty watching for illegal activity around MUNI bus stops and vehicles when they noticed three young men standing at a bus stop but failing to board any one of the numerous buses that stopped. The officers watched closely as the men then walked past several parked cars on Geneva Avenue peering into each one. Finally the men got into a dark blue 2013 VW Golf and started driving westbound on Geneva Avenue. The officers followed and asked dispatch to run the plates. Dispatch informed the officers that the VW was reported stolen only a few hours before from an address in the Ingleside neighborhood. The officers called for backup and several officers responded. Eventually, the suspects pulled into the McDonalds on Ocean Avenue where the officers surrounded the vehicle. Inside they found a significant quantity of marijuana, a scale to weigh the drug for sale, and an airsoft replica pistol, along with several cell phones. Two of the suspects were transported to the Juvenile Justice Center and booked for the auto theft and possession of marijuana for sale. The other juveniles were released to the custody of their parents. Report number: 150781932

Serious Incidents:

No Incidents to Report.

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

01:48am           Rolph/Mission                          Hit and Run
10:45am           Bosworth/Elk                           Warrant Arrest
11:30am           Geneva/San Jose                      Traffic Collision
02:25pm           300 Blk Murray                        Battery
05:00pm           300 Blk Otsego                        Stolen Vehicle
05:30pm           San Jose/Geneva                      Vandalism to Vehicle
09:30pm           Unit Blk Curtis                         Trespassing

Burglaries with suspect description:

No Incidents to Report.