Thursday, January 14, 2016

Jan. 8, 2016

       Incident Date:
                           Friday, January 8th, 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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9:14am       Monterey/Foerster                       D.U.I
A citizen in his home on Monterey Blvd. heard a loud crash and peered out his window to see that a truck had collided with a tree in the center divider. The witness called police and watched as a man exited the truck and walked up to the upper parking lot at the Safeway Store. A short time later the same man exited the parking lot and started walking west bound on Monterey. Ingleside Officers Morrow and Pacchetti were dispatched to the crash and, while on the way, heard a call from an address on the 700 block of Miramar. A citizen wanted to report a stolen truck, coincidentally, the same make and model of the truck involved in the accident. Morrow and Pacchetti went to the address and found an inebriated occupant. The witness identified the man as the driver he saw exiting the crashed truck. The suspect was given a roadside sobriety test which he failed. He consented to a blood alcohol test which was performed at Mission Station. Later, he was transported to the county jail and booked for D.U.I. Report number: 160020015

7:28pm       Mission/Appleton                        D.U.I
Two Hondas, with two passengers each, were stopped at a red light on Mission and Appleton when a third Honda rear ended one of the stopped vehicles pushing it into the vehicle in front. The driver of the car causing the collisions turned his wheels and drove away on Appleton Street where his smoking and damaged vehicle eventually stopped a short distance from the collision. Witnesses saw the driver exit the car and walk away. Ingleside Officers Ly and Marshall responded to the location and interviewed victims and witnesses. During the interview two citizens walked up and said they possibly spotted the suspect sleeping near an open can of beer on the 100 block of Highland. The victims and witnesses identified the man as the driver of the hit & run vehicle. The suspect complained of pain and an ambulance was summoned which transported him to San Francisco General. A phlebotomist was summoned to the hospital where a blood alcohol test was administered. He was arrested and charged with hit and run and D.U.I. A records check revealed he was driving with a suspended license and was on court probation for a previous D.U.I. Report number: 160021847

Serious Incidents:

3:10pm       Cortland/Prospect                      Robbery w/gun
A woman pushing a stroller down the sidewalk on Cortland with her two year old daughter inside was violently robbed of her belongings. The victim told Ingleside Officers Campos and Thompson that a man approached her carrying a weapon, pushed the stroller to the ground and spilling the two year old to the sidewalk. The suspect then ripped a purse away from the mother and grabbed a tablet from the hands of the now crying toddler before running away to a waiting vehicle. The mother was taken by ambulance to the hospital for treatment and her daughter accompanied her mother in the ambulance although, fortunately, she was uninjured. The Ingleside Station Investigation Team has been assigned the case. Report number: 160021063

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

05:40am           5300 Blk Mission                     Theft
07:39am           3400 Blk San Bruno                 Recovered Vehicle
09:15am           100 Blk Laidley                        Recovered Vehicle
11:11am           900 Blk Athens                         Recovered Vehicle
12:14pm           800 Blk Geneva                       Theft from Building
01:00pm           300 Blk Prospect                      Recovered Vehicle
02:00pm           1900 Blk Sunnydale                 Assault
06:00pm           200 Blk Brazil                          Stolen Vehicle
06:32pm           200 Blk Athens                         Recovered Vehicle
07:25pm           Mission/Appleton                     Hit and Run
08:30pm           200 Blk Richland                      Stolen Vehicle
09;10pm          700 Blk Portola                          Shoplifting

Burglaries with suspect description:

No Incidents to Report.