Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Jan. 27, 2016


       Incident Date:
                      Wednesday, January 27th, 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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1:21pm                          Unit Blk. Lisbon                  Sex Offender
The call was serious.  A man, wearing blue jeans and a blue plaid shirt, was brandishing a gun at Geneva and Naples. Several Ingleside officers responded, including Burke and Aiello. The officers didn’t find the suspect at that location and soon dispatch updated the call reporting the suspect was at Silver and Naples. While en route Burke and Aiello found the suspect walking on Lisbon near Avalon. The officers exited their patrol car and ordered the suspect to the ground where he was placed in handcuffs. Inside one of his pants pockets was an air-soft pistol. In another pocket was a quantity of methamphetamine. A records check revealed he was supposed to register as a convicted sex offender in October of 2013. He failed to do so. He was taken to Ingleside Station and booked for several crimes. Report number: 160077583

Serious Incidents:

3:40am                          Unit Blk. Cordova               Att. Robbery
A man walking home on Cordova Street felt uneasy while noticing two men approaching him on the sidewalk. One of the men asked for a cigarette. When the victim said “no”, the suspects got closer to him. Fearing for his safety, the victim began running away toward Rolph Street.  He didn’t get far before he tripped and fell. Both suspects then caught up with him.  One pinned the victim to the ground while the other punched him in the face and kicked him on his hip. The suspects went through the victim’s pockets and didn’t find what they wanted. So they left and the victim got to his feet and ran to Geneva Avenue to call police. The victim sustained minor injuries to his face, knee and hip and refused medical attention. Report number: 160076331


5:09pm                        100 Blk. Cayuga                       Hot Prowl Burglary
A woman watching TV with her boyfriend and her infant child got up and left the room to fetch some food for the baby. She immediately saw her front door open and several items missing from her living room. She suspects the burglars entered her home with house keys taken from her car several months ago when it was broken in to. The loss was MacBook Pro, iPad Air, two iPhone 5’s, and an Apple watch. Report number: 160078111


8:00pm           100 Blk.  Lundy Ln.              Robbery, Aggravated Assault
The call came in to dispatch of a woman screaming for help on the Lundy Lane stairway. Ingleside officers Paras and Joseph, along with several other units, responded and found the crying and bruised victim holding her hand which had been sliced by the suspect’s knife. The woman told the officers that she was walking home from a pilates class on Mission Street when she heard a man behind her talking on his phone. A few seconds later, the suspect wrapped his arm her neck while placing a knife against her face. He told her to give him her bag. She tried to push his hand away and, during the attempt, cut her hand. The suspect then ripped the purse away bruising her shoulder, arms, and neck. The suspect escaped running westbound on Esmeralda and northbound on Coleridge. Several neighbors responded to the scene after hearing the victim’s scream for help. The officers summoned medical assistance and the victim was treated at the scene for her injuries. The loss was a purse along with several credit and debit cards. Ingleside units located several security cameras in the area which will help in the investigation. Report number: 160078882

Vehicle and Other Incidents:


8:57am                         200 Blk Amazon Ave                         Recovered vehicle
9:53am                         700 Blk Monterey Blvd                      Stolen vehicle
10:05am                      50 Phelan Ave                                     Hit & Run traffic collision
10:06am                      400 Blk Marietta Dr                            Burglary
10:29am                      Unit Blk Trumbull St                          Recovered vehicle
11:27am                      300 Silver Ave                                    Recovered vehicle
11:50am                      2000 Blk Alemany Blvd                     Burglary
12:15pm                      1000 Blk Tompkins Ave                     Recovered vehicle
12:29pm                      2000 Blk Alemany Blve                     Burglary
1:26pm                        1400 Blk Shotwell St                          Recovered vehicle
2:50pm                        Castro St/29th ST                                 Stolen vehicle
3:02pm                        100 Blk Ney St                                   Recovered vehicle
4:51pm                        300 Blk Sawyer St                              Battery
7:26pm                        600 Blk San Jose Ave                         Theft from vehicle
7:49pm                        2200 Blk San Jose Ave                       Vandalism to a vehicle
9:56pm                        Persia Ave/Paris St                              Battery


Burglaries with suspect description:

No Incidents to Report.