Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Dec. 8, 2015

       Incident Date:
                        Tuesday, December 8th, 2015
The next Ingleside community meeting will be held at Ingleside Police Station community room on Tuesday, December 15, 2015 at 7p.m.  Refreshments will be provided, please attend. Thank you.

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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 is 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.


5:24pm       300 Blk Mansell                       Drugs
A vehicle without a front license plate caught the attention of Ingleside Officer Ortega and Sgt. Ly, who decided to pull the driver over to check the registration. When the driver stopped and rolled down his window the officers found out this stop involved more than a traffic violation. The overwhelming smell of burnt marijuana emanated from inside the car. The driver had all the necessary documents to operate the vehicle. His passenger had, besides a good supply of marijuana, a scale used to weigh the substance, and large amount of cash in one of his pockets. He was cited for possession of marijuana for sale and released. The driver was cited for a vehicle code violation. Report number: 151062745

Serious Incidents:

4:40pm       Unit Blk Persia                       Robbery
A man walked out of a business and was immediately confronted by two men, one of whom grabbed a gold necklace from around the victim’s neck and ripped it off his body. The victim reached into his backpack, grabbed a knife, and threatened the two robbers who, upon seeing the weapon, jumped into a waiting vehicle and sped away. Ingleside Officers Paras and Lance responded to the robbery and questioned witnesses and the victim before searching for the suspects in the neighborhood. Report number: 151062648

6:00pm       900 Blk Cayuga                      Hot Prowl Burglary     
A woman making dinner in her kitchen heard a loud noise from outside her home but didn’t think it was important. A few moments after hearing the sound she was confronted by two men, wearing all black clothing and shoes, holding what she believed was a crowbar. The men demanded $5000 in cash. When the victim said she didn’t have that much money, they demanded what she did have which was less than $500. To emphasize their point, one of the suspects pushed the victim face down on her kitchen counter and held the crowbar over her head threatening to hit her if she didn’t comply with their demands. The pair then ransacked the home, overturning drawers and ripping clothes from closets, in the pursuit of more valuables. Finally, after an hour, the pair left the premises. Ingleside Officers Archilla, Nagai, Paras, and Tom responded and interviewed witnesses, the victim, and searched the premises for clues. The officers believed the suspects entered the victim’s home by removing a screen and prying open a kitchen window. Report number: 151063136

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

12:05am           300 Blk Madrid                         Stolen Vehicle
12:30am           Unit Blk Meda                          Theft from Vehicle
07:00am           100 Blk Northwood                  Stolen Vehicle
08:00am           Burnside/Chenery                     Stolen Vehicle
10:22am           2800 Blk Diamond                    Fraud
11:00am           50 Phelan                                  Theft from Building
11:30am           Unit Blk Whittier                      Stolen License Plate Tab
01:10pm           100 Blk Bonview                      Fraud
02:25pm           200 Blk Ward                           Theft from Building
02:29pm           Unit Blk Admiral                      Recovered Vehicle
03:00pm           Unit Blk Blythedale                  Battery
04:00pm           4900 Blk Mission                     Theft from Building
04:28pm           Unit Blk Edinburgh                  Recovered Vehicle
06:39pm           500 Blk Hearst                         Threats
07:10pm           Castro/27th Street                     Stolen and Recovered Vehicle
09:58pm           3200 Blk Mission                     Warrant Arrest
10:19pm           500 Blk Avalon                        Arson of Vehicle
11:40pm           100 Blk Dublin                         Recovered License Plate

Burglaries with suspect description:

No Incidents to Report.