Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Jan. 6, 2016

       Incident Date:
                         Wednesday, January 6th, 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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6:15pm       Mission/Trumbull                  Vandalism
A #14 Muni bus driver summoned police after observing three men, in the back of the vehicle, spray painting the ceiling of the bus. When the driver stopped his vehicle, the three suspects scrambled off the bus and boarded another bus directly behind it. Ingleside Officers Alday and Mbeleke Eteti responded and stopped and boarded the second bus. The first bus driver pointed out one of the suspects and he was arrested and transported to Ingleside Station. Report number: 160015618

Serious Incidents:

2:30pm       5700 Blk Mission                   Hot Prowl Burglary
A young teenage woman was home alone when she heard the front door of her apartment open. She thought it was her father returning home, she walked into the living room and instead of her father, she found a strange man inspecting their electronics. When the suspect saw the victim, he quickly left the apartment and ran down the stairs to the street. The victim told Ingleside Officers Hawkins and Quinlan that the only items missing were a pair of shoes and socks which were left outside the apartment by the front door. Report number: 160016230

2:30pm       500 Blk Ellington                   Hot Prowl Burglary
The sound of a loud bang from his basement prompted his dog to bark and the homeowner to go downstairs and investigate. What he found was a stranger in his garage. The suspect said; “my friend is upstairs”, and turned around and ran out of the garage. The victim called police and Ingleside Officers Lozano and McCall responded and discovered the suspect entered the home by forcing open a side door to the basement. The victim said nothing was taken in the attempted burglary. Report number: 160016092

10:00pm     Visitacion/Rey                        Robbery
A woman parked her car and started walking home when she heard someone nearby say, “stop and give me your bag”. The victim told Ingleside Officer Carew that she was immediately confronted by two men holding firearms. One of the suspects said, “I won’t shoot you if you give me your bag”. The victim surrendered her bag and both suspects fled northbound on Rey Street. The loss was cash, credit cards, a social security card, driver’s license, and keys. Report number: 160016105

11:30pm     1700 Blk Diamond                 Hot Prowl Burglary
A man and woman arrived home shortly before midnight and drove their vehicle into their garage closing the garage door behind them. The next morning, the man awoke and felt a cold draft coming up from the garage. He went downstairs to investigate and found the garage door open and the doors on his vehicles also open. The room next to the garage had been ransacked and a computer and a wallet were missing. The burglars failed to remove a flat screen TV from the wall. Ingleside Officer Hornstein responded to the scene to collect evidence and interview the victims. It was determined that the suspects may have entered the home through either the main garage door or a side door to the garage. Report number: 160017410                               

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

08:00am           5700 Blk Mission                     Theft from Building
08:15am           Mission/Seneca                         Traffic Collision
09:55am           600 Blk Monterey                     Theft from Vehicle
11:30am           100 Blk Holladay                      Recovered Vehicle
01:18pm           Unit Blk Vienna                        Recovered Vehicle
02:00pm           Bernal Heights/Folsom             Theft form Vehicle
03:36pm           700 Blk Athens                         Hit and Run
04:00pm           London/Geneva                        Traffic Collision
06:00pm           600 Blk London                        Theft from Vehicle
08:51pm           Duncan/Tiffany                         Recovered Vehicle
09:34pm           Everson/Digby                          Stolen License Plate

Burglaries with suspect description:

No Incidents to Report.