Thursday, October 1, 2015

Sept. 27, 2015

       Incident Date:
                        Sunday, September 27th, 2015
The next Ingleside community meeting will be held at the Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center on Tuesday, October 20, 2015 at 7p.m. The center is located at 515 Cortland Avenue across the street from the Bernal Heights Library. Refreshments will be provided, please attend. Thank you.

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10:51pm     Marsily/Saint Mary’s             D.U.I
A truck moving slowly on Mission Street with one working headlight caught the attention of Ingleside Officers Ocreto and Tweedy. The officers turned on their emergency lights and followed as the driver attempted to park in the parking lot of Evangelist Catholic Church. The driver needed several attempts to park the car. The officers noticed the driver had blood shot eyes and his breath smelled of alcohol. He admitted to drinking several beers during the last five hours. He also said he was an unlicensed driver. He failed the roadside sobriety test and a breath test revealed a blood alcohol level twice the legal limit. A computer check showed he was never licensed to drive. He also had a conviction for felony hit and run along with citations for driving on a suspended license. He was transferred to the County Jail and arrested on a variety of charges. Report number: 150848877

Serious Incidents:

11:40am     Unit Blk Montcalm                 Hot Prowl Burglary
A four year old boy woke up and went downstairs at his home and found the front door open. He closed the door and later, when his mother went downstairs, he told her and she searched the home and found a laptop missing from the kitchen. She also discovered several other items in disarray around the home. Ingleside Officers McCall and Trujillo were dispatched to the home and interviewed the homeowner who admitted that she may have left the front door unlocked the night before allowing the burglar to enter the home. Report number: 150846843

5:21pm       2100 Blk Sunnydale               Armed Robbery
A group of San Francisco State Film Students were in a horror scene that was not part of the script. The student victims told Ingleside Officers Hackard, Lustenberger, and Cuenca they had placed an Arri 16mm camera outside their car preparing to shoot a scene when a black sedan pulled up and a man, wearing a skull mask and holding a gun, pulled up. The suspect said, “Give me your camera”, and another suspect appeared, grabbed the camera, and put it in the black sedan which sped away. The camera was valued at several thousand dollars. Report number: 150847904

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

02:20am           Alemany/Sickles                       Hit and Run
09:50am           2200 Blk Geneva                      Battery
12:00pm           Huron/Milan                             Theft from Vehicle
02:00pm           Mission/Geneva                        Fraud
02:00pm           2600 Blk Bayshore                   Theft from Building
06:21pm           100 Blk Garrison                      Vandalism to Vehicle
08:00pm           Andover/Highland                    Theft form Vehicle
08:00pm           900 Blk Persia                           Stolen Vehicle
08:12pm           Mission/Highland                      Hit and Run
09:30pm           5300 Blk Diamond Heights       Stolen Vehicle
09:50pm           Juanita/Fowler                          Traffic Collision

Burglaries with suspect description:

No Incidents to Report.