Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Dec. 31, 2015

       Incident Date:
                       Thursday, December 31st, 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.

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8:56am       Anderson/Eugenia                   Stolen Motorcycle
Ingleside Officers Williams and Johnson were on routine patrol when they spotted a stolen motorcycle driving near the intersection of Mission and Silver. The officers turned on their emergency lights and siren and the motorcyclist, instead of yielding, took off at a high rate of speed. The officers, out of concern for the safety of others, terminated their pursuit. A short time later, Ingleside Officers Paras and Joseph, spotted the same suspect riding on Congdon Street. The officers attempted to stop the motorcyclist and again he escaped. The thief was spotted a third time near the intersection of Anderson and Eugenia and this time Officers Williams and Johnson were able to apprehend the suspect after he lost control of the motorcycle and crashed. He was arrested for possession of stolen motorcycle and evading as well as several vehicle code violations. Report number: 151116455

11:20pm     Unit Blk of Onondaga            Resisting Arrest
A young woman answered the annual question of “What are you doing New Years Eve:, with the answer, “Going back to jail”. She was spotted by a resident of the 300 block of London Street trying to open the doors of several parked vehicles. She was successful on one occasion and removed a large white package. He called police and Ingleside Officers Marshal and Wells started searching the neighborhood for the suspect. They found her in the parking lot behind the Burger King on Mission Street. Unfortunately, she also spotted the officers and began running away. Officer Wells, however, was quicker and tackled her on the unit block of Onondaga. When asked why she ran, the woman suspect replied, “Because I don’t want to go back to jail.” Now she doesn’t have a choice because despite this day’s crimes, she was wanted on several outstanding warrants for auto theft, burglary, and theft. Report number: 151127311

Serious Incidents:

8:00am       Mission/Trumbull                  Robbery
A woman walking to work noticed she was being followed by two unknown men. She told Ingleside Officer Tom and Sgt. Springer that she felt one the men grab her left arm. The victim grabbed the suspect’s arm to make him let go but instead of releasing his grip, the suspect grabbed her hair and reached into her pocket and took $40 in cash. The victim yelled for help, but she was so nervous that she passed out and fell to the ground hitting her head and losing the grip on her cell phone. She was transported to San Francisco General Hospital for treatment of her injuries. Before leaving in the ambulance she told the officers the same two suspects have followed her before on the same street but she never notified police because she was afraid. Report number: 151125365

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

12:33am           100 Blk Precita                         Theft from Building
03:00am           300 Blk Moultrie                      Stolen Vehicle
10:25am           200 Blk Arlington                     Fraud
11:00am           300 Blk Silver                           Stolen License Plate
03:00pm           700 Blk Huron                          Vandalism to Vehicle
03:00pm           500 Blk 29th Street                   Stolen Vehicle
04:36pm           100 Blk Duncan                        Recovered Vehicle
07:00pm           100 Blk Mangels                       Stolen Vehicle
08:56pm           Anderson/Eugenia                     Recovered Motorcycle
10:00pm           San Jose/Mount Vernon           Stolen Vehicle
10:35pm           3100 Blk Mission                     Battery
11:00pm           500 Blk Los Palmos                 Burglary
11:25pm           600 Blk Portola                        Vandalism to Vehicle

Burglaries with suspect description:

No Incidents to Report.