Friday, September 11, 2015

Sept. 8, 2015

       Incident Date:
                        Tuesday, September 8th, 2015
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12:45am    Sickles/San Jose                     Warrant Arrest                    While patrolling the area of Sickles and San Jose Avenue, a moving vehicle without headlights nor taillights turned on in the dark caught the attention of Ingleside Officers Bryant and Elliston. The officers effected a traffic stop and identified the driver through a valid California I.D.; however, a computer check revealed that the driver had three active warrants and had never been issued a California driver’s license. The driver was aware that he did not have a driver’s license and had previously been cited twice before for driving without a license. Therefore, he was taken to Ingleside Station and booked for the moving violation and outstanding warrants. Report number: 150787087

11:13pm     Bosworth/Lippard                  Warrant Arrest               Officers Cuenca and Tweedy observed a vehicle run a stop sign at Bosworth and Lippard Street. A traffic stop was made and the driver told the officers that she did not see a stop sign at that intersection. Officer Tweedy asked the driver to provide her driver’s license and proof of insurance, and the driver was not able to provide her neither. Upon running a computer check, the officer discovered that the driver had a suspended California driver’s license, was on probation, and also had an active warrant for her arrest. The driver’s identification was confirmed and the driver was arrested for the violation and active warrant. Consequently, the officers transported her to county jail and her car was towed. Report number: 150790353

Serious Incidents:

1:24pm       30th/Mission                            Battery                                 Upon responding to a call regarding a physical altercation on a Muni Coach, Officers Oryall and Zasly approached the scene and boarded a Muni Coach. The officers interviewed the first victim who claimed to be a tourist and spoke very little English. Another officer arrived on scene to translate for the victim and was able to comprehend that the tourist was visiting from a different country, so he was taking various pictures of San Francisco. The victim admitted that he took a picture of a mother and her daughter, and upon doing so, the mother got up from her seat while the bus was in motion and began to hit him. The mother explained to the officers that the reason she hit him was because she thought he had taken an inappropriate picture of her daughter and got upset. The victim told the officers that he was not hurt and refused medical treatment. Additionally, there were no charges pressed against the mother and neither party wanted further police action. Report number: 150788411

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

12:00am           200 Blk College                       Vandalism to Property
12:01am           100 Blk Foote                          Stolen Vehicle
07:50am           100 Blk Sussex                         Fraud
08:10am           600 Blk La Grande                   Burglary
11:54am           Bosworth/Diamond                   Traffic Collision
12:45pm           Castle Manor/Mission               Hit and Run
01:15pm           Bosworth/Lippard                    Stolen Vehicle
02:30pm           200 Blk Bennington                  Theft from Building
02:35pm           3200 Blk Mission                     Burglary
05:00pm           Unit Blk Regent                        Dog Bite
06:00pm           Madrid/Amazon                       Stolen Vehicle
07:56pm           San Jose/Geneva                      Hit and Run
08:30pm           1000 Blk Goettingen                 Assault
09:00pm           200 Blk Oneida                        Vandalism to Vehicle
09:02pm           300 Blk Prentiss                       Battery
09:25pm           100 Blk Onondaga                   Vandalism to Vehicle

Burglaries with suspect description:

No Incidents to Report.