Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Feb. 9, 2016

       Incident Date:
                         Tuesday, February 9th, 2016

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11:52am     2600 Blk Mission                      Evading Police
A routine traffic stop turned into a chase across several neighborhoods. Ingleside Sgt. Alvarez was traveling east on Monterey Blvd in an unmarked police vehicle when she saw a 2015 Honda Fit sail through a stop sign. A computer check of the Honda said it was a “ZIP” car that was registered locally. Sgt. Alvarez requested assistance and Ingleside Officers Archilla and Smith soon arrived to help with the traffic stop. Archilla and Smith activated their emergency lights and siren but, the Honda driver and his passenger, instead of stopping, took off at high rate of speed. The Honda and the pursuing officers traveled down Circular, Baden, and finally onto northbound San Jose Avenue, where, in the interest of safety, the officers terminated their high speed pursuit. Nevertheless, the officers observed, at a distance, the driver fly through red lights at San Jose and Randall, 30th and Mission, and 29th and Mission. Archilla, Smith, and Alvarez, now joined by officers from Mission Station, searched the area for the fleeing suspects. At 22nd and Mission, Sgt Alvarez spotted the Zip car parked in the middle of the roadway with the suspects not around. Additional units arrived to help with the search. A witness walked up to Alvarez and said he saw the suspects walking southbound on Mission Street. Nearby the abandoned vehicle was a “Sketchers” store and, working on a hunch, Alvarez, Archilla, and Smith went into the store and found a security guard who told them that the suspects had just run to the rear of the establishment. As the officers made their way through the store they found the driver of the vehicle near the cash registers. He was placed in custody. In the basement, the officers discovered his female passenger. Both were taken to Ingleside Station. A search of the Honda found an IPad which was reported stolen earlier from a vehicle at McAllister and Hyde Streets. The Honda’s front window was broken possibly indicating it was stolen although, at this writing, ZIP car has not notified police of the vehicle’s status. A computer check of the driver revealed he was wanted on a $100,000 warrant out of Fresno for vehicle theft and is currently on probation in San Francisco for the same crime. The driver was booked for several felonies and his passenger was released. Report number: 160118234

Serious Incidents:

8:45am       4800 Blk Mission                     Hot Prowl Burglary
A woman with her son and daughter arrived home and found the front door unlocked. They told Ingleside Officers Dilag and Elizondo they went into the home and found several rooms with drawers and cabinets open that were normally closed. Items in those cabinets and drawers were disturbed but not taken. The daughter, while inspecting her bedroom, discovered jewelry, a significant amount of cash, and a Kindle Fire missing. Officers Dilag and Elizondo inspected the residence and discovered pry marks around the normally locked and dead bolted front door. The Department’s CSI team members were dispatched to the location to gather evidence. Report number: 160120198

11:05pm     100 Blk Congo                      Armed Robbery
A man walking towards his home on Hearst Street was the victim of a violent robbery. He told Ingleside Officers Zhao, Glenn, and Elizondo that two men approached him from behind with one of them putting him in a headlock. The other robber punched him several times in the head causing the victim to lose consciousness and fall to the ground. When the victim awoke a short time later he discovered his wallet missing and a knife wound to his torso. He was taken to St. Luke’s Hospital for treatment of his injuries. The loss was a wallet containing a small amount of cash. Report number: 160120314

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

01:32am           Mission/Persia                          Warrant Arrest
09:05am           3300 Blk Mission                     Theft from Vehicle
09:31am           Unit Blk Wilder                        Recovered Vehicle
09:35am           1500 Blk Treat                          Vandalism to Property
09:47am           100 Blk Hanover                      Recovered Vehicle
10:00am           Unit Blk Teddy                         Theft from Vehicle
11:06am           100 Blk Staples                         Stolen Vehicle
01:41pm           300 Blk Edinburgh                   Vandalism to Property
03:00pm           600 Blk Anderson                     Fraud
04:00pm           400 Blk Andover                      Theft from Vehicle
04:30pm           200 Blk Blythdale                     Hit and Run
07:23pm           100 Blk Stanford Heights          Recovered Vehicle
09:00pm           2200 Blk Alemany                    Shoplifting
09:10pm           Unit Blk Tioga                          Fraud
10:00pm           1800 Blk Sunnydale                 Vandalism to Vehicle
10:00pm           Russia/Lisbon                           Assault
10:30pm           600 Blk Myra                           Attempted Burglary

Burglaries with suspect description:

No Incidents to Report.