Friday, January 22, 2016

Jan. 17, 2016

       Incident Date:
                          Sunday, January 17th, 2016

The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held in the Ingleside Police Station Community room on Tuesday, February 16, 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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2:01pm       Geneva/Prague                       Discharging a Firearm
A report of shots fired sent Ingleside Officers Cvetovac, Cuenca and several other Ingleside officers, along with two Ingleside Sergeants, to the area of Geneva and Prague. The Department’s Shot Spotter system focused the search to the 600 block of Prague where Officers Campos and Thompson discovered seven shell casings and a stolen firearm hidden underneath a parked car. Witnesses gave the officers a description of the suspect and his clothing, some of which was discovered in Crocker-Amazon Park. Other witnesses pointed out the suspect standing in the 1500 block of Geneva. He was arrested without incident and taken to Ingleside Station and booked for several felonies. Report number: 160047285

Serious Incidents:

2:01pm       Virginia/Lundy Ln.                Attempted Robbery
A woman walking home noticed a man casually walking ahead of her on Virginia Avenue. She told Ingleside Officers Stark and Carew that when she reached the intersection of Virginia and Lundy Lane, the man suddenly appeared with a silver handgun in his hand and demanded her cell phone. The victim responded, “What? No”, and refused to surrender her property. The suspect then repeated his demand pointing the gun at her and the woman again refused saying “No”. The suspect then began hitting the woman several times on her hands while demanding her phone. The victim screamed for help and the suspect took off running northbound on Lundy Lane. The woman was taken to the hospital and treated for a broken hand. A search for the suspect was unsuccessful. Report number: 160046221

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

12:05am           4199 Mission                            Theft from Vehicle
12:30am           400 Blk Campbell                    Attempted Theft from Vehicle
03:58am           Portola/O’Shaughnessy            Hit and Run
05:00am           200 Blk Monterey                    Stolen Motorcycle
07:08am           600 Blk Mangels                      Recovered Vehicle
12:05pm           Leland/Alpha                            Vandalism to Vehicle
02:00pm           1000 Blk Visitacion                  Stolen Vehicle
03:40pm           Portola/Twin Peaks                  Traffic Collision
07:04pm           200 Blk Ottawa                        Recovered License Plate
08:00pm           France/Madrid                         Stolen Vehicle
09:54pm           Geneva/San Jose                      Traffic Collision