Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Jan. 26, 2016

       Incident Date:

                         Tuesday, January 26th, 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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7:20pm                    600 Blk. Anderson                  Aggravated Assault 

A long smoldering dispute between a landlord and a tenant erupted into flames the day before the tenant was scheduled for eviction. Ingleside officers Quinlan and Tweedy were dispatched to a call of a violent dispute and arrived to find four people in the front yard of a home, one of them in handcuffs courtesy of Ingleside officers Wells and Dominguez. Flames and smoke billowed from the front of the home. The man in handcuffs had threatened the landlord and his family with a knife and had set fire to his room. Fortunately, the fire was quickly extinguished by arriving fire personnel and the suspect was placed in custody before he could injure any other residents. He was taken to the County Jail and booked for arson, aggravated assault, and other serious felonies. Report number: 160075430

Serious Incidents: 

7:20pm                           1900 Blk. Alemany             Robbery w/Force

 A woman arriving home began to unlock a downstairs door to her garage when she was surprised by a robber. The victim told Ingleside Officer Mitchell that the suspect grabbed her hand bag from her shoulder and tried to pull it away from her. The victim struggled to hold on but ultimately surrendered her property. The suspect escaped running south on Alemany. An iPad in the hand bag was later tracked to Crocker-Amazon Park before it was turned off. Report number: 160075684

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

7:22am                         Unit Blk Ottawa Ave                         Stolen vehicle
9:02am                         Unit Blk Coleridge St                         Recovered vehicle
9:08am                        200 Blk Bennington Ave                    Recovered vehicle
9:26am                        50 Phelan Ave                                     Hit & Run Traffic Collision
9:43am                        3000 Blk Mission St                           Theft
12:06pm                      Unit Blk Montezuma St                      Recovered vehicle
12:40pm                      200 Blk Bella Vista Way                    Credit card fraud
2:22pm                        Unit Blk Cordova St                           Recovered vehicle
4:28pm                        100 Blk Brookdale Ave                      Burglary
4:52pm                        4900 Blk Mission St                           Mischief, breaking windows
5:23pm                        100 Blk Rey St                                   Warrant arrest
5:30pm                        3100 Blk San Jose Ave                       Traffic collision    
5:35pm                        600 Blk Monterey Blvd                      Theft from vehicle
7:37pm                        Bayshore/Arleta Ave                          Theft
8:35pm                        1200 Blk Geneva Ave                         Battery
10:00pm                      4000 Blk Mission St                            Battery
10:04pm                      Alemany/Onondaga Ave                    Stolen vehicle
10:09pm                      700 Blk London St                             Theft from vehicle
10:26pm                      700 Blk Excelsior Ave                        Theft from vehicle
11:15pm                      Geneva/Mission St                              Battery
11:41pm                      2400 Blk ALemany Blvd                   Stolen vehicle

Burglaries with suspect description:

 No Incidents to Report.