Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Nov. 30, 2015


       Incident Date:
                       Monday, November 30th, 2015

The next Ingleside community meeting will be held in the Ingleside Police Station community room on Tuesday, December 15, 2015 at 7p.m.  Refreshments will be provided.  Are all welcome to attend.  Thank you!


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Starting Salary: $81,380 (Top Step Officer Salary: $120,094*)

*after 5 years of service and possession of a POST Advanced Certificate

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Be at least 20 years of age. You will need to be 21 years old before starting the academy.

There is no maximum age limit.

Have not been convicted of a felony crime.

Have not been convicted of an offense involving domestic violence.

Have not been convicted of any misdemeanor, which carries a penalty of prohibiting   ownership, possession or control of a firearm.

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A multiple choice written examination that measures basic reading and writing abilities.

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- Personal History Questionnaire
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09:06am     200 Blk Holladay                   Concealed weapon/Drugs
A call of an auto burglary in progress prompted Officers Hauscarriague and Seaborn to respond to the 200 block of Holladay Avenue. The caller said that there was a white vehicle parked on the street with two people aboard going through the glove compartment. The officers arrived and found the vehicle with both subjects still inside, but when the subjects saw the police they tried to drive away. Officer Seaborn approached the vehicle and ordered the driver to stop and turn the vehicle off. With nowhere to go the driver had no option but to comply. The male driver and female passenger were quickly detained. A computer inquiry revealed both subjects had No Bail warrants for their arrest. The officers then searched the vehicle and found an array of items. Officer Seaborn found heroin and paraphernalia, stolen checks from other possible home and car burglaries, shotgun ammunition and a loaded shotgun hidden under the backseat. The vehicle itself was a reported a stolen rental car. Both subjects were ultimately booked on several felony charges. Report Number: 151038144

Serious Incidents: 

No Incidents to Report.

Vehicle and Other Incidents: 

02:00am          Southwood/Plymouth             Stolen Vehicle
02:30am          500 Blk Teresita                      Stolen Vehicle
07:25am          Unit Blk Cotter                       Recovered Vehicle
09:30pm          Unit Blk Rutland                    Stolen Vehicle
10:00am          100 Blk Britton                       Battery
01:05pm          Diamond Heights/Goldmine   Stolen Vehicle
01:30pm          Alemany/Mt Vernon               Traffic Collision
03:00pm          200 Blk Gold Mine Dr.           Embezzlement
03:39pm          Cesar Chavez/Alabama           Traffic Collision
05:50pm          500 Blk Powhattan                 Recovered Vehicle
06:00pm          Monterey/Congo                     Stolen Vehicle
06:30pm          100 Blk Lansdale                    Stolen Vehicle
07:00pm          2000 Blk Alemany                  Vandalism to Vehicle
07:00pm          500 Blk 28th Street                  Stolen Vehicle
09:00pm          500 Blk 30th Street                  Theft from Vehicle
10:00pm          100 Blk Prentiss                      Stolen Motorcycle

Burglaries with suspect description: 

No Incidents to Report.