Thursday, December 17, 2015

Dec. 11, 2015

       Incident Date:
                         Friday, December 11th, 2015
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Holiday Awareness: Buying presents online is convenient, especially for thieves. Some follow delivery trucks and others just porch surf looking for opportunities. So, if you’re ordering online, arrange delivery for when you or a family member are home. If you can’t, try to arrange delivery to a local mailbox store or have the delivery held at a safe location until you are home. If you’re shopping the traditional way and visiting stores for your purchase, be sure to place your packages out of sight if you have to leave them in your car. However, it’s best not to leave anything of value in your car, even your trunk. Thieves watch mall parking lots and downtown garages for opportunities.


4:32pm       400 Blk 28th Street                           Attempted Robbery
A man was making several trips between his car and his apartment, unloading items, when, on his last trip, found a suspect inside his vehicle going through his center console. The victim confronted the suspect and pinned the robber against the front passenger door frame. However, the suspect didn’t want to give up. He took out some pepper spray and sprayed the victim on the side of his face and shoulder. He also swung his fist several times at the victim, fortunately not connecting. The victim shouted for his roommate to help and he came out and assisted subduing the suspect while calling the police. Ingleside Officers Alday and Pacchetti responded and placed the suspect in custody. A records check revealed two outstanding warrants for the suspect. He was placed in custody but before being transported to Ingleside Station he had one last request telling the officers, “Let me have just one last cigarette before I am gone for the holidays”. The officers refused his request. Report number: 151071887

Captain’s note:  While the victims in this case should be commended for helping arrest this thief, it’s always prudent not to confront any suspect. While this suspect was armed with pepper spray, many times car burglary suspects are arrested with knives, guns, and other weapons. The best behavior is to call police and give dispatch a full description of the suspect.

Serious Incidents:

7:23pm       2500 Blk Diamond                            Robbery
A woman walking down the street was suddenly approached from behind by a man. The suspect grabbed the victim’s purse, and after a brief struggle, took the purse and ran to a waiting White mini-van which sped away. The loss was the purse, a wallet, cash, gift cards, clipper card, identification, keys, credit cards, debit cards, and insurance cards. Ingleside Officers Hardy and Scott responded and interviewed witnesses who provided a description of the suspects. Report number: 151072192

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

08:00am           400 Blk Chenery                      Burglary
10:00am           Unit Blk Madison                     Recovered Vehicle
10:37am           Unit Blk Leese                          Recovered Vehicle
10:44am           400 Blk Eugenia                       Recovered Vehicle
11:03am           500 Blk Molimo                       Fraud
11:30am           Unit Blk Bronte                        Recovered Vehicle
02:00pm           50 Phelan                                 Stolen Vehicle
02:20pm           4400 Blk Mission                     Vandalism to Vehicle
02:20pm           200 Blk Talbert                        Recovered License Plate
02:30pm           800 Blk Geneva                       Battery
03:40pm           Mission/Russia                         Warrant Arrest
04:43pm           Unit Blk Nebraska                    Recovered Vehicle
07:00pm           300 Blk Mullen                        Stolen Vehicle
07:35pm           100 Blk Lansdale                     Recovered Vehicle
08:00pm           3700 Blk Mission                     Arson
09:00pm           200 Blk Moscow                      Stolen Vehicle
09:00pm           300 Blk Hearst                         Theft
11:45pm           1500 Blk Treat                          Restraining Order Violation

Burglaries with suspect description:

No Incidents to Report.