Incident Date:Tuesday, March 24th, 2015The next community meeting at Ingleside Station will be held on April 21, 2015 at 7p.m. Thank you.Glen Park Association Quarterly Meeting: Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 06:30pm located at Glen Canyon Park Recreation Center (Enter park on Elk at Chenery).06:30 to 07:00pm. GPA meet-and-greet. Snacks provided. Neighborhood Updates: District 8 Supervisor Scott Weiner, Captain McFadden, SFPD Ingleside District.ProgramSF Department of Emergency Management presentation and Q&A on personal preparedness, and how the community can share resources, communicate, and educate themselves for any type of emergency.SF Planning Department Presentation and Q&A on residential development review processes. Planning Department staff will describe how projects are reviewed, design guidelines, neighborhood notification, public hearings and appeals. If you want to keep up with Glen Park development questions, this is the place to start.Arrests:1:30am Brookdale/Blythedale Impaired DrivingIngleside Officers Conefrey, Jones and Sgt. Smith were standing in the street behind an ambulance that had responded to a medical emergency. The ambulance had its emergency lights on and was double parked in front of a residence. All of a sudden Sgt. Smith yelled, “Watch out”. Officer Jones turned around and noticed an older Toyota Camry speeding toward the group of police officers at a high rate of speed. The officers quickly ran out of the way and one officer started pointing his flashlight towards the Toyota driver. Officer Jones yelled “Stop” and the driver slammed on the brakes narrowly stopping before colliding with the ambulance. The officers walked up to the side of the car and asked the driver to roll down his window. When he did, the officers could smell the strong odor of marijuana. The driver’s eyes appeared blood shot. His passenger was smoking a marijuana cigarette. The driver was asked to exit the car and perform a series of roadside tests. He failed them all. He consented to a blood test which was administered at Mission Station and was later booked for driving while impaired and speeding. Report number: 1502687093:30am Brazil/Lisbon Auto TheftA woman was awakened by the sounds of voices and the rattling of her garage door. Fearing that her home was about to be broken in, she dialed 911 and Ingleside Officers Lucia, Kumli, and Sgt. Smith responded. At the scene the officers the officers found one suspect hiding underneath a car parked in the driveway of the complainant’s home. Another man was hiding curled up in the bed of a truck parked nearby. Both men were placed in handcuffs. A search of one of the suspect’s clothing turned up a key to a Lexus parked nearby. The Lexus was stolen earlier from an address on Baltimore Way. The suspect said he was given the key by a woman, “with a methamphetamine problem”, who took it from the vehicle owner, her aunt. The suspect was taken to Ingleside Station and booked for auto theft. Report number: 15025885812:30pm 200 Blk Judson TheftPolice officers throughout the city were on the lookout for a trio of suspects wanted for stealing bicycles. The latest case involved the theft of bicycles from the rack in front of the DeYoung Museum in Golden Gate Park. Ingleside Officers recognized one of the suspects from previous arrests and on this date he spotted the man standing in front of a home on the 200 block of Judson. He placed him under arrest for theft and possession of stolen property. He had a long record of run-ins with the law and was on felony probation for theft and other crimes. Report number: 15022838211:25pm 300Blk Hearst Possession of Stolen PropertyA citizen walking his dog helped police arrest a pair of auto burglars. The suspicious citizen watched as two men, one walking and one following closely behind on a bicycle, peered into cars. When one of the suspects broke into a parked pickup truck the citizen quickly dialed “911”. Ingleside Officers Dilag, McMilton, Hermosura, Noble, Cvetovac, and Coulter arrived quickly thereafter and detained both suspects. A search of their clothing turned up a shaved key used to break into vehicles. The bicycle ridden by one suspect had been stolen earlier in the day. Both men were taken to Ingleside Station and booked for possession of stolen property and possession of burglary tools. Report number: 150261940Serious Incidents:4:00pm 3000 Blk Mansell RobberyThis case is another reminder that you are a potential robbery target when you’re walking while using your cell phone. In this case, a teenage girl told Ingleside Officers Calupad and Watts that an unknown suspect ran up behind her while she was walking east on Mansell near Goettingen. The suspect grabbed her phone but the young woman held on. The suspect then faced the woman and said, “Give me your phone”. The victim, fearing harm, complied. The suspect escaped running east on Mansell. The IPhone 6 was a new purchase and the victim had yet to set up its security software. Report number: 150260839Vehicle and Other Incidents:03:00am Unit Blk Chenery Stolen Vehicle07:15am 2800 Blk Diamond Stolen License Plate08:24am 200 Blk London Recovered Vehicle08:30am 2000 Blk San Jose Threats08:45am 1600 Blk Birchwood Theft from Vehicle09:00am Unit Blk Murray Recovered Vehicle11:00am 200 Blk Rome Vandalism to Property11:00am 4200 Blk Folsom Recovered Motorcycle11:30am 5300 Blk Mission Threats12:10pm 4100 Blk Mission Attempted Theft from Building12:40pm 400 Blk Moultrie Recovered Vehicle12:42pm 1500 Blk Treat Battery01:00pm 700 Blk Banks Battery01:30pm 3300 Blk Mission Shoplifting01:37pm 500 Blk Alemany Warrant Arrest02:00pm Unit Blk Van Buren Stolen License Plate02:45pm Unit Blk Leland Recovered Vehicle05:00pm Unit Blk Fairmount Theft from Vehicle06:00pm 1300 Blk Dolores Burglary06:00pm Geneva/Howth Stolen Vehicle06:18pm 100 Blk Hearst Recovered Vehicle06:23pm 100 Blk Franconia Recovered Vehicle09:45pm 100 Blk Laidley Burglary10:30pm 2200 Blk San Jose Stolen MotorcycleBurglaries with suspect description:No Incidents to Report.
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
Incident Date:Monday, March 23rd, 2015The next community meeting at Ingleside Station will be held on April 21, 2015 at 7p.m. Thank you.Glen Park Association Quarterly Meeting: Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 06:30pm located at Glen Canyon Park Recreation Center (Enter park on Elk at Chenery).06:30 to 07:00pm. GPA meet-and-greet. Snacks provided. Neighborhood Updates: District 8 Supervisor Scott Weiner, Captain McFadden, SFPD Ingleside District.ProgramSF Department of Emergency Management presentation and Q&A on personal preparedness, and how the community can share resources, communicate, and educate themselves for any type of emergency.SF Planning Department Presentation and Q&A on residential development review processes. Planning Department staff will describe how projects are reviewed, design guidelines, neighborhood notification, public hearings and appeals. If you want to keep up with Glen Park development questions, this is the place to start.Arrests:9:30am 400 Blk Cortland Stolen VehicleSergeant Dare was on routine patrol headed up Cortland Avenue from Mission when he noticed a Honda Civic whipping around a corner as it made a right turn without stopping at the posted stop sign. Sgt. Dare was ready to go after the driver when a Chevrolet SUV suddenly appeared and began waiving the sergeant down. The driver of the SUV explained that the driver of the Honda had just collided with him and was fleeing the scene. Sgt. Dare pursued the Honda and pulled him over a couple blocks away. The driver, not intent on waiting, got out of the vehicle and attempted to flee on foot. Sgt. Dare, who was by himself, managed to go after the suspect and took him into custody. Officer Trujillo arrived, soon after, and assisted in the investigation. During the investigation Officer Trujillo informed Sgt. Dare that he just recently arrested the same subject for auto burglary earlier in the month. After a computer inquiry was done on the Honda, it was revealed that it had been reported as stolen vehicle. Inside the vehicle were various tools commonly used to break into cars. The suspect was taken back to Ingleside Station and charged for the hit and run, stolen vehicle and being in possession of stolen property. Report Number: 150251214Serious Incidents:9:55am 900 Blk Geneva RobberyA young man, on his way to the local skate park, was robbed while waiting at the bus stop. The victim told Officers Hopkins and Chang that he was waiting for the 8X MUNI bus at Geneva and Mission Street when he was surrounded by five subjects. One of the subjects proceeded to push the victim and took one of the two skateboards he had. A second suspect proceeded to take the second skateboard and proceeded to search through the victim’s pockets taking $50 dollars. When the bus arrived, all five suspect boarded the bus. The victim boarded the bus at the other end and kept an eye on the suspects as he called the police. When the bus stopped at Geneva and Moscow, all five suspects exited and ran through Crocker Amazon Park. The officers searched the park but were unsuccessful. Report Number: 150256076Vehicle and Other Incidents:06:15am 5600 Blk Diamond Heights Theft from Vehicle06:20am Diamond Heights/Duncan False Vehicle Registration09:30am 400 Blk Cortland Recovered Vehicle09:41am Mansfield/Burrows Recovered Vehicle09:50am Mission/30th Street Hit and Run12:15pm 200 Blk Oxford Recovered Vehicle01:00pm 3300 Blk Mission Stolen Vehicle01:00pm 4000 Blk Folsom Burglary01:10pm 5200 Blk Diamond Heights Hit and Run01:12pm Ocean/Phelan Traffic Collision03:35pm 1500 Blk Sunnydale Threats04:43pm Mission/Geneva Traffic Collision05:50pm 1800 Blk Sunnydale Vandalism to Vehicle06:18pm 600 Blk Portola Shoplifting06:45pm Whipple/Rae Stolen Vehicle07:15pm 400 Blk Joost Stay Away Order Violation07:15pm Unit Blk Wanda Stolen Vehicle07:30pm Unit Blk Naglee Assault09:21pm 300 Blk Monterey Burglary11:25pm 400 Blk Chenery Vandalism to Property11:59pm 700 Blk Moscow AssaultBurglaries with suspect description:No Incidents to Report.
Posted by SFPD Ingleside Station at 2:09 PM
Friday, March 27, 2015
Incident Date:Sunday, March 22nd, 2015The next community meeting at Ingleside Station will be held on April 21, 2015 at 7p.m. Thank you.
Arrests:No Incidents to Report.Serious Incidents:02:30am 4700 Blk Mission Exhibiting a Deadly WeaponOfficers Conefrey and Jones were sent to a call where two suspects brandished a gun at a group of five victims. The victims told the officers that they just left a dance club and were walking back to their car when two suspects pulled up next to them and began yelling obscenities at them. The group ignored the suspects, but the driver then brandished a gun and pointed it at the group. The victims, fearing for their lives, immediately dropped to the ground. The suspects turned the car around and drove from the area. The victims were not hurt and did not know why they were targeted. A search of the area was conducted to no avail. Report Number: 150252604Vehicle and Other Incidents:12:19am Naples/Russia Warrant Arrest12:25am 100 Blk Topaz Attempted Theft fromVehicle01:45am 1500 Blk Sunnydale Battery02:54am 1700 Blk Diamond Traffic Collision03:30am Mission/Fair Traffic Collision03:30am 1000 Blk Brussels Stolen Vehicle03:50am 900 Blk Madrid Vandalism to Vehicle10:00am Mission/Trumbull Vandalism to Property10:00am 300 Blk London Stolen Vehicle10:30am Bosworth/Lyell Theft from Vehicle01:27am 100 Blk Cayuga Warrant Arrest05:00pm Alemany/Seneca Stolen Vehicle05:28pm Alemany/Putnam Traffic Collision07:00pm Unit Blk Calgary Stolen Vehicle07:22pm Whittier/Brunswick Traffic Collision08:30pm 200 Blk Paris Recovered Vehicle09:30pm 400 Blk Valley Stolen VehicleBurglaries with suspect description:No Incidents to Report.
Incident Date:Saturday, March 21st, 2015The next community meeting at Ingleside Station will be held on April 21, 2015 at 7p.m. Thank you.
Arrests:6:48pm 1800 Blk Burrows Possession of Air GunOfficers Cvetovac and Coulter responded to a report of several suspects shooting air pistols in McLaren Park. Upon arrival, the suspects were located and approached while sitting around a park bench. Two black air gun pistols sat on the park bench next to the suspects along with BB gun ammunition. A pat search was conducted finding no other contraband and both pistols and BB ammunition were seized. With no warrants for the suspects, citations were issued and the suspects were released at the scene. Report Number: 150251587Serious Incidents:4:55pm 600 Blk Velasco RobberyA victim was carrying boxes from his home to his truck when two masked suspects confronted him and used a gun to demand money and his cell phone. The victim gave the suspect the cash he had on him. The suspects then fled on foot toward the Sunnydale Housing area. The victim then called “911”. Officers Hermosura and Hackard immediately arrived on the scene and made contact with the victim followed by a search on foot of the Sunnydale Housing area, specifically in the direction that the suspects fled. Additional units from Ingleside Station arrived to further search the area and were met with negative results. Video surveillance cameras in the area were identified and footage was captured of the robbery. No injuries occurred during the incident. Report Number: 1502499465:45pm 3400 Blk Folsom Hot Prowl BurglaryWhile sleeping in the front living room above his garage, the victim awoke to a suspect ringing his doorbell. Although the victim heard the doorbell, he did not answer. Moments later the victim heard the sound of shattering glass at his downstairs garage door. The victim immediately opened his front door and witnessed the suspect in a gray hooded sweatshirt fleeing across the street into his vehicle. The vehicle fled the scene. The suspect broke a frosted glass window on the garage door in an unsuccessful attempt to make entry into the residence. Officers Trujillo and Curry were dispatched to the scene along with a description of the fleeing suspect’s vehicle. After searching the area for the suspect, negative results were found. Report Number: 150249980Vehicle and Other Incidents:12:45am 200 Blk Naples Theft from Building01:29am Mission/France Hit and Run02:47am Foerster/Los Palmos Traffic Collision09:10am Unit Blk Kelloch Theft from Vehicle02:30pm 100 Blk Persia Stolen Motorcycle03:12pm 200 Blk Paris Recovered Vehicle06:00pm 1200 Blk Powhattan Burglary06:16pm 900 Blk Moscow Warrant Arrest06:27pm 5500 Blk Mission Hit and Run06:49pm 3300 Blk Mission Shoplifting08:15pm 4700 Blk Mission Warrant Arrest09:20pm 300 Blk Prague Stolen VehicleBurglaries with suspect description:No Incidents to Report.
Posted by SFPD Ingleside Station at 8:30 AM
Thursday, March 26, 2015
Incident Date:Friday, March 20th, 2015The next community meeting at Ingleside Station will be held on April 21, 2015 at 7p.m. Thank you.
Arrests:6:41pm Russia/Mission RobberyOfficers Coulter and Cvetovac along with additional Ingleside units responded to a report of a robbery that occurred at Mission and Russia. Once there they met with a victim, who stated that a white male and a female accomplice grabbed him while he was standing at the corner and took his wallet. The male suspect removed $80 in cash and threw the wallet on the ground and then walked off, afterwards the victim ran inside a local store to call 911 and report the incident. The suspects were found a short distance away and were immediately searched. The male suspect was found to have a dagger and a glass pipe in his possession. Both suspects were identified and transported to Ingleside Station. After a thorough investigation it was revealed that the female suspect did not play a role in the robbery, therefore was released. The male suspect on the other hand was booked on a variety of charges. Report Number: 15024857811:54pm Folsom St / Crescent DrugsSergeant Smith was on his way to a Domestic Violence call where it was said that a Tan vehicle that was involved was seen fleeing from the scene. Sergeant Smith was driving to the scene when he spotted a car that matched the description of the fleeing vehicle. He proceeded to conduct a traffic stop for investigative purposes. During the traffic stop, the officers found out that one of the two occupants was on active parole with a search condition. The officers proceeded to search the occupants and found a clear bag that contained what appeared to be several types of narcotics on the parolee. The suspect was then booked at Ingleside Station for being in possession of narcotics and for violating his parole. His passenger was released. Report Number: 150249532Serious Incidents:1:45pm Alpha/Leland RobberyOfficers Espinoza and Obot responded to Alpha and Leland to meet with a robbery victim. The female victim said she went into the Visitacion Valley Pharmacy located on the 100 block of Leland Avenue to pick up a large prescription order. After the transaction the victim proceeded to walk away when a female suspect came from behind and grabbed her purse and bag of medication. The victim said she fought with the suspect but was overpowered. The suspect and her male accomplice ran away and jumped into a Red Toyota vehicle that was waiting for them up the street. Report Number: 1502475367:39pm Mission/30th RobberyA victim waiting for the bus was suddenly attacked at the MUNI bus stop. The victim told officers Ng and Paras that he was sitting at the MUNI bus stop when he noticed three male suspects walking towards him. When the suspects reached the bus stop, one of the suspects grabbed the victim around the neck, while his two accomplices held the victim down preventing him from escaping. The suspects then began beating the victim until he fell to the ground. They then searched his pockets and stole his Apple Iphone. All three suspects ran off towards the Safeway parking lot where they boarded a Black Volkswagen Jetta. Report Number: 150248744.Vehicle and Other Incidents:04:00am San Jose/Geneva Stolen Vehicle07:00am 1000 Blk Naples Theft from Vehicle02:48pm Unit Blk Morse Fraud07:00pm Santos/Geneva Stolen Vehicle08:00pm 1200 Blk Athens Vandalism to Vehicle08:00pm 700 Blk Moscow Theft from VehicleBurglaries with suspect description:No Incidents to Report.
Posted by SFPD Ingleside Station at 4:36 PM
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Incident Date:Thursday, March 19th, 2015The next community meeting at Ingleside Station will be held on April 21, 2015 at 7p.m. Thank you.
Arrests:No Incidents to Report.Serious Incidents:No Incidents to Report.Vehicle and Other Incidents:09:30pm Precita/Coso Vandalism to VehicleBurglaries with suspect description:No Incidents to Report.
Posted by SFPD Ingleside Station at 2:55 PM
Incident Date:Wednesday, March 18th, 2015The next community meeting at Ingleside Station will be held on April 21, 2015 at 7p.m. Thank you.
Arrests:3:35pm 900 Blk Hamilton RobberyA young man and his sister were sitting on the steps of a building at the 900 blk of Hamilton when they witnessed a verbal argument between a suspect and a female companion. After attempting to disassociate from witnessing the argument, the suspect confronted and harassed the young man and eventually demanded his personal belongings including his clothing and backpack. After strong-arming the victim’s belonging from him, the victim and sister fled and called the police. Neither victims were injured during the incident. Officer Hornstein and Ha responded and met with the victims to take a report. Officer Siracusa and Macaulay spoke with an unidentified witness who identified the suspect by the clothing descriptions reported by the victims. This witnessed reported seeing the suspect board a MUNI bus line 29. With this shared information, Officer Hornstein and Ha observed the passenger bus in the area and made a stop to board and search. Upon search, the suspect was identified and detained.Upon identifying the suspect in custody, both victims positively identified their assailant and that he was wearing a stolen article of clothing. The suspect was taken to Ingleside Station where he was eventually booked. The victims backpack unfortunately was unable to be located or recovered. Report Number: 150241629Serious Incidents:4:20pm Seneca/Bannock RobberyThe victim was walking to the Balboa BART station on his way to work when he was approached from the front by a suspect whose face was covered by a black bandana.The suspect proceeded to raise a gun and force the victim to the ground. The suspect then stole the victim’s wallet from his back pocket and his backpack. The victim was not injured in the incident. Officer McCall and Lozano responded to the call to take a report and search the area for surveillance cameras, with negative results. Report Number: 1502400354:20pm 1000 Blk Cayuga RobberyAfter parking her vehicle and walking toward the Balboa BART Station, the victim was confronted by the suspect and threatened at knife point for her belongings. Upon being startled, the victim screamed and attempted to flee. The victim then tripped and fell to the ground where she hit her face. Witnessing the fall, the victim reported that the suspect then walked over to her and told her it was “OK” and that she could go. Nothing was stolen from the victim. The victim then walked away from the scene and called 911. Officers Thompson responded to the robbery call and met with the victim at which point he called for an ambulance to treat the victim and transport her to SFGH. A description and location of the robbery was put out and responded to by Officers Morrow Officer Morgante and Sgt. Springer. After a search of the area and cameras, no suspect was identified. Report Number: 150240110Vehicle and Other Incidents:02:00am 100 Blk Blythdale Vandalism to Property03:20am 200 Blk Edinburgh Recovered Vehicle06:00am Esmeralda/Bradford Hit and Run10:30am Diamond/Bosworth Hit and Run11:45am 300 Blk Polaris Fraud02:30pm Alemany/Rousseau Traffic Collision03:34pm 700 Blk Naples Theft from Vehicle04:29pm 100 Blk 27th FraudBurglaries with suspect description:No Incidents to Report.
Posted by SFPD Ingleside Station at 2:42 PM
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Incident Date:Tuesday, March 17th, 2015The next community meeting at Ingleside Station will be held on April 21, 2015 at 7p.m. Thank you.Arrests:12:35pm Trumbull/Mission Drugs/Resisting & DelayingOfficers Calupad and Watts were on patrol when they spotted a White Ford Taurus driving near Trumbull and Craut Street with its headlights off. They got behind the vehicle and conducted a computer check on the license plate, which showed it had an expired registration as well. The duo pulled the vehicle over with the intention of issuing a citation. When they spoke with the driver and his passenger they immediately noticed a distinct smell of marijuana emanating from the vehicle. The officers decided to search the occupants and the vehicle itself, so they pulled the driver and the passenger out of the vehicle. As the passenger stepped out he thought it would be a good idea to run from the officers. Luckily, Officer Ferronato had just arrived and detained the driver, while Officers Calupad and Watts went after the passenger. After a brief foot chase, the officers ran the passenger down and took him into custody. They soon found out why the passenger ran. The passenger tried to dump a small amount marijuana that he had in one of his pockets. The driver was eventually cited for the traffic violations and the passenger was cited for the drug offense as well as for delaying. Report Number: 15023651712:20pm Schwerin/Garrison Stolen VehicleA Black BMW doing “donuts” in the area of Schwerin and Garrison Street prompted a witness to call the police. Officers Rand and Jackson responded to the area and found the skid marks on the street, but no vehicle. They continued their search and a short distance away found the Black BMW with a blown tire. Next to the vehicle they found the driver trying to change the tire. The officers spoke with the young man who said, “I just bought this car the other day from some guy”. The officers asked for his driver’s license and vehicle paperwork, but he had none to give. The officers then ran the license plates and discovered the vehicle had been stolen out of Palo Alto a week before. The subject was placed under arrest and charged accordingly. Report Number: 1502376565:30pm 1800 Blk Sunnydale Firearm/Warrant ArrestOfficers Seavey, Padilla and Barajas happened to be driving through the Sunnydale Housing Development when they noticed a subject, whom they knew from prior contacts and to be on probation, driving in the opposite direction. They quickly turned around and caught up to the Blue Honda, which had now parked on the 1800 block of Sunnydale Avenue. As they approached the vehicle they noticed that the rear female passenger was quick to get out of the car and started to walk away. She was immediately detained along with the two male occupants that were still inside the car. The two male subjects provided the officers with their identifications, but the female kept stalling and provided a fake name. After a thorough investigation, the officers finally discovered the female’s true identity and discovered she had a warrant for her arrest. The officers searched the female and found she had a fully loaded .32 caliber revolver hidden inside her purse. The two male subjects were released and the female suspect taken into custody. She was ultimately charged with carrying a concealed weapon and booked on the outstanding warrant. Report Number: 150238773Serious Incidents:9:50am Mission/Richland TheftA female passenger riding the MUNI bus with her small puppy in hand was robbed of her phone. She told Officer Hauscarriague that when the bus arrived at Mission and Richland an unknown suspect snatched her Apple Iphone from her shirt pocket and ran from the bus. The suspect was with two other accomplices, who also ran when the phone was snatched. The victim said she chased after the suspects but lost them in the area of St. Mary’s park. Officer Hauscarriague searched the surrounding area to no avail. MUNI’s surveillance cameras were requested in an attempt to identify the suspects. Report Number: 150237054Vehicle and Other Incidents:09:15am Detroit/Staples Hit and Run10:00am Ocean/San Jose Traffic Collision12:00pm Persia/Prague Hit and Run02:25pm 900 Blk Visitacion Threats02:30pm 50 Phelan Theft from Building02:55pm 50 Phelan Harassing Phone Calls06:43pm 1300 Blk Noe Recovered Vehicle08:45pm Alemany/Ocean Traffic Collision10:00pm 700 Blk France Stolen Vehicle10:36pm Mission/30TH AssaultBurglaries with suspect description:No Incidents to Report.
Posted by SFPD Ingleside Station at 3:44 PM
Thursday, March 19, 2015
Incident Date:Monday, March 16th, 2015The next community meeting at Ingleside Station will be held on April 21, 2015 at 7p.m. Thank you.Arrests:7:20am Bernal Heights/Anderson VandalismThe third time was not a charm for two young lovers who wanted to park in a spot with a view of the City. The man and woman decided to consummate their feelings by the Bernal Heights radio tower. However, the road to the tower is protected by a gate thwarting their amorous plans, but only for a short minute. The lovers decided that no gate was going to prevent a wonderful morning so the two, in their Honda Civic, rammed the gate to gain entrance. But the gate didn’t break. So, they backed up and hit the gate a second time and again the gate held tight. The third time, they backed up even farther, and successfully broke open the gate, before speeding up the access road to the top of the hill. All the noise alerted nearby residents and dog walkers who promptly called police. Ingleside Officers Wong and Chang responded and found the couple, and their severely damaged Honda, parked near the radio towers. Both were put in custody and the driver, who didn’t have a valid California license or insurance, was booked for trespassing, vandalism, malicious mischief, and other charges. Report number: 1502335079:50pm Ocean/Brighton D.U.IIngleside Officers Lucia and Hackard were on routine patrol when they noticed the driver of a Chevy pickup truck straddling two lanes of traffic. They followed the vehicle and watched as the driver collide with a Muni barricade, stop, and then backup before going forward and driving up onto a Muni passenger island. The officers activated their emergency lights and siren and pulled the driver over. When the motorist rolled down his window, the officers could smell the strong odor of alcohol. The driver was removed from the vehicle and was unable to stand without falling. He was placed in the back of a patrol car and observed for awhile before being administered a breath alcohol test. The results showed a blood alcohol level almost three times higher than the allowable legal limit. The suspect was transported to the County Jail and booked for D.U.I and several vehicle code violations. Report number: 150232775Serious Incidents:4:52am Cayuga/Onondaga RobberyA man walking down the street was the victim of a violent robbery. The victim told Ingleside Officers Hoge and Wells that while walking westbound on Onondaga, near the intersection of Cayuga, he was approached from behind by a suspect wearing a hoodie and holding a gun. The suspect hit him three or four times over the head with the butt of the gun before taking his backpack. After removing the backpack, the suspect put the gun to the head of the victim and said, “give me everything or I’m going to shoot you”. In fear for his life, the victim handed over his wallet and the suspect, still holding a gun to the victim’s head, told him to run away or he would shoot him right there. The victim complied and the suspect escaped in an unknown direction. The loss was the backpack, identification, credit and debit cards, and miscellaneous clothing. Report number: 150233369Vehicle and Other Incidents:12:01am Rutland/Campbell Vandalism to Vehicle03:00am Unit Blk Laidley Assault07:20am Bernal Heights/Anderson Traffic Collision07:45am Unit Blk Norton Vandalism to Vehicle08:20am 700 Blk Edinburgh Stolen Vehicle09:00am 100 Blk Concord Burglary12:02pm 200 Blk Maynard Fraud04:47pm 5600 Blk Mission Fraud04:51pm 100 Blk Britton Recovered Vehicle05:05pm 200 Blk Virginia Recovered Vehicle05:30pm 300 Blk Montcalm Recovered Vehicle06:00pm 200 Blk Paris Theft from Vehicle06:00pm 200 Blk Tingley Stolen Vehicle08:00pm Alemany/Farragut Stolen Vehicle08:30pm 5200 Blk Diamond Heights Vandalism to Vehicle09:00pm Unit Blk Tioga BurglaryBurglaries with suspect description:No Incidents to Report.
Posted by SFPD Ingleside Station at 2:40 PM