Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Jan. 11, 2016

       Incident Date:
                          Monday, January 11th, 2016

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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6:38pm                   Alemany/Onondaga               Aggravated Assault
It’s a call no officer wants to hear, shots fired at an intersection at a time when it’s busy with pedestrians and motorists. Ingleside Officers Wise and Snadow, along with more than a dozen of their colleagues, responded to Onondaga and Mission and on arrival found a chaotic and violent scene. Dispatched had advised the officers that a man, accompanied by a woman, had discharged a firearm into the air at the intersection. Witnesses told the officers that the couple had engaged in a violent argument with the man trying to choke the woman while pinning her to the hood of a car. Many passersby yelled at the man to stop and called 911. He responded by pulling an automatic weapon from his belt and firing several shots in the air. One couple yelled from their passing car at the man and they were met with several shots fired at their vehicle all penetrating the trunk of the car and blowing out the rear window. They were fortunate to escape injury. With the arrival of police, the suspect and his girlfriend, fled South on Mission. Officers pursued and watched as the male suspect threw his firearm on the roof of a business on the 4900 block of Mission. The chase continued until both were apprehended near the Safeway parking lot. The suspect was arrested for numerous violent crimes and booked at San Francisco County Jail. The female companion refused medical attention. She was provided an emergency protective order and released to her mother. The firearm used in the incident was reported stolen in a residential burglary in San Francisco shortly before Christmas last year. Report number: 160029788

Serious Incidents:

6:38pm       200 Blk Trumbull                               Robbery
A woman preparing to enter her parked car was violently assaulted by two suspects. The victim told Ingleside Officers Hackard, Campos, and Thompson that as she placed her keys into the door lock, two men approached with one of them saying, “Give me the keys to your car.” When she said “No”, one of the suspects punched her on the left side of the head with a closed fist, while the other suspect pushed her to the ground. The suspects then took her purse, ripped her earrings from her ears, grabbed a bracelet off her wrist, a ring from her finger, and ran away. The crying victim ran to a nearby residence where the occupant called police. Besides the jewelry, the victim lost a cell phone, and a large amount of cash. She was transported to St. Luke’s Hospital for treatment of her injuries. The victim told the officers that her vehicle was stolen a few months earlier and recovered by San Francisco Police with items belonging to the thief recovered in the car. She was also the victim of a home burglary approximately a month ago. Police are investigating the possibility that one or both of the previous crimes may be related to this latest case. Report number: 160029631

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

09:28am           2200 Blk Alemany                    Recovered Vehicle
11:46am           100 Blk Capistrano                   Recovered Vehicle
01:14pm           200 Blk Amber                         Burglary
03:45pm           Unit Blk Coleridge                    Recovered Vehicle
04:18pm           200 Blk Paris                             Recovered Vehicle
05:00pm           500 Blk 29th Street                    Fraud
05:55pm           300 Blk Delta                            Recovered Vehicle