Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Dec. 18, 2015

       Incident Date:
                         Friday, December 18th, 2015
The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held at the Upper Noe Recreation Center located at 295 Day Street on Wednesday, January 20, 2016 at 7p.m.  There will be light refreshments available to those who come to the meeting.  All are welcome to attend. Thank you.

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.

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5:29 pm      Cortland/Elsie                                   D.U.I
 Officers McAuliffe and Murphy were dispatched to a report of an unconscious man in a parked truck in the middle of the street. When they arrived, the officers found the driver, smelling of liquor, sitting in the truck with the engine running. The officers turned off the engine and asked the driver to step out. He admitted to “Having a vodka” earlier that day. He had a passport but no driver’s license which had been confiscated after a previous D.U.I. He failed to complete several roadside sobriety tests. A breath test at Mission Station indicated a blood alcohol level almost four times the legal limit. He was transported to the county jail and booked for D.U.I. Report number: 151092021

Serious Incidents:

6:38pm       100 Blk Eastwood                            Carjacking
A man parked his car across the street from his home and walking toward his doorway when two suspects, one holding a silver handgun, approached. The suspect demanded the man’s cash, wallet and credit cards. The victim complied with the robber’s demands by removing all valuables from his pockets. During the robbery, the victim’s car keys fell to the ground and the suspects, noticing that occurrence, picked up the keys and got into the victim’s car escaping eastbound on Montecito.  Officers Rock and Andrews, along with other Ingleside units, responded to the call and broadcast a description of the robbers and the stolen vehicle. The stolen vehicle was recovered a few hours later only blocks from the robbery. Report number: 151092184

11:19pm     San Jose/Niagara                               Robbery
 Officers Porta, O’Donnell, Robinson, and Custodio were dispatched to a report of a robbery and assault. When the officers arrived they found the victim sitting on the sidewalk nursing wounds to his face. He told the officers that he was walking toward his parked car when two men approached from behind. One of the men punched him in the face sending him to the ground and causing him to lose consciousness. A witness to the robbery said that the two men then went through the victim’s pockets taking valuables before running away. The victim was taken by ambulance to Kaiser South San Francisco for treatment. Report number: 151092877

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

07:30am           1400 Blk Alemany                    Recovered Vehicle
09:30am           Unit Blk Westwood                  Theft
10:00am           100 Blk Cora                            Burglary
10:41am           100 Blk Holladay                     Recovered Vehicle
11:16am           100 Blk Hearst                          Fraud
11:35am           100 Blk Arbor                          Stolen Vehicle
01:00pm           Unit Blk Joy                             Burglary
01:44pm           200 Blk Harkness                     Stolen Vehicle
01:45pm           Unit Blk Santa Rosa                 Fraud
02:20pm           900 Blk Geneva                       Theft
03:00pm           Unit Blk Alpha                         Stolen Vehicle
04:00pm           1900 Blk Sunnydale                 Recovered Vehicle
04:50pm           Mission/Geneva                        Assault
05:00pm           Unit Blk Peralta                        Burglary
06:00pm           300 Blk Bella Vista                  Theft from Vehicle
06:00pm           Unit Blk Cayuga                       Stolen License Plate
06:30pm           300 Blk Edna                            Stolen License Plate
07:00pm           4100 Blk Mission                     Stolen Vehicle
08:25pm           200 Blk Delta                            Stolen Vehicle
09:18pm           300 Blk Montecito                    Recovered Vehicle
10:00pm           Geneva/San Jose                       Traffic Collision

Burglaries with suspect description:

No Incidents to Report.