Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Jan. 20, 2016

       Incident Date:
                       Wednesday, January 20th, 2016

Captain McFadden from Ingleside Station will be holding a DAYTIME community meeting at Bethel Lutheran Church located at 2525 Alemany Blvd on Friday, January 29, 2016 at 11:00a.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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3:30pm       Sunnydale/Talbert                            Robbery
A Muni passenger on a #9 bus thought it was a good time to check the news on his IPhone. Unfortunately, it also provided an opportunity for five young men to relieve the passenger of his IPhone. The five grabbed the phone out of the victim’s hands and ran off the bus. The victim followed and was able to grab and hold onto one of the suspect’s jackets during the chase. When one of the suspects threatened to fight the victim, the victim demurred and watched the suspects flee. A woman driving by saw the commotion and told the victim to get into her car and started following the suspects while calling police. Ingleside Officers Dominguez, Chew Trail, and Hopkins responded to the call and found all five suspects walking on Leland Street. The victim and the Good Samaritan confirmed their identity. After interviewing the victims two of the five were released to their parents and the other three were booked for robbery at the Juvenile Justice Center. The victim’s IPhone was recovered using the “Find My IPhone App.”. Report number: 160056571

6:53pm       600 Blk Monterey                              Robbery
A man and woman decided to do some grocery shopping. However, they had no intention of paying for the items in their cart. A store security guard watched as the pair pushed their car past the cash registers and into the parking lot. The guard confronted the two and told them to return to the store to pay for them. But, the pair refused. The male suspect then punched the guard several times in the face. They loaded the stolen items into a plastic bag and quickly ran toward and boarded a passing #43 Muni bus. Ingleside Officers Wise and Snadow responded to the store and interviewed the victim and witnesses. Ingleside Officers Wells and Marshall caught up with the bus on the 700 block of Geneva Avenue and arrested the suspects with the groceries in their possession. The guard, who declined medical attention, was brought to the scene and positively identified the suspects. The man and woman were taken to Ingleside Station and booked for robbery and the male suspect was also booked for an outstanding warrant. Report number: 160057096

Serious Incidents:

12:21am     Joost/Acadia                                        Robbery
Two women walking on Joost Street, near Acadia, were passed by three men walking in the opposite direction. Suddenly, the three men turned around and one of them produced what the victim’s described as a shotgun. The suspects yelled for the women to drop to the sidewalk and put their purse and backpacks on the ground. The women complied and the suspects picked up the purse and backpack containing identification, credit and debit cards, phones, and fled. Ingleside Officers Villalozano and Wong responded to the scene and talked to the victims. Other officers searched the surrounding area for the suspects without success. One of the victim’s told Villalozano and Wong that she did not want the suspects arrested or harmed. Both victims declined medical attention. Report number: 160054456

10:40pm     Madrid/Brazil                                    Robbery
A man walked into Ingleside Station and told Police Services Aide Cato that he had been robbed by two men. The victim said he was walking on Madrid near Brazil Streets when two men approached him. One of them, holding a knife, demanded his cell phone. When the victim refused, the other suspect displayed a firearm in his belt while shoving the victim. The victim surrendered his phone and the suspects escaped by running north on Brazil Street. Report number: 160060146

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

08:00am           San Jose/30th Street                  Theft from Vehicle
09:55am           200 Blk Havelock                     Theft form Vehicle
10:00am           100 Blk Beacon                         Recovered Vehicle
11:30am           4900 Blk Mission                      Burglary
12:00pm           Unit Blk Sussex                        Burglary
12:12pm           700 Blk Tompkins                    Recovered Vehicle
01:02pm           O’Shaughnessy/Malta               Traffic Collision
01:30pm           100 Blk Bemis                          Burglary
02:09pm           Camellia/Admiral                     Recovered Vehicle
03:00pm           5200 Blk Diamond Heights      Theft from Vehicle
04:58pm           300 Blk 29th Street                   Theft from Vehicle
05:15pm           3300 Blk Mission                      Theft from Vehicle
09:40pm           1900Blk Sunnydale                   Battery
10:59pm           1800 Blk Sunnydale                 Vandalism to Vehicle