Thursday, February 4, 2016

Jan. 30, 2016


       Incident Date:
                         Saturday, January 30th, 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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6:46pm                     900 Blk. Geneva                          Aggravated Assault
A man entering an ATM enclosure encountered another man exiting the enclosure. The first man told Ingleside officers Paras and Nagai that he asked the exiting man if the ATM was working. He responded by yelling an obscenity. But the suspect wasn’t through. He then spit in the face of the victim and removed a chain from his waistband and swung it several times at the victim. The victim avoided being hit and called police at which point, the suspect ran away while being chased by the victim eastbound on Geneva, then south on Paris, and finally back to Mission Street where the officers captured him. He was arrested for aggravated assault and taken to Ingleside Station. The victim declined medical attention. Report number: 160088596

Serious Incidents:

1:07 p.m.                   300 Blk. Bocana St.                Aggravated Assault
A woman was a victim of a road rage incident. The victim told Ingleside officers Alday and Tom that she was driving northbound on Monterey following a BMW SUV. She was driving in the #1 lane and with the BMW in the #2 lane as they both approached Diamond. Suddenly the BMW, without signaling, swerved into the #1 lane causing the woman to slam onto her brakes to avoid a collision. The woman honked her horn at the driver of the BMW. The victim said the driver of the SUV got out of his car approached her window, opened her door, and pulled her out of the vehicle, pushing her to the ground. The victim tried to get back into her car but the suspect wouldn’t let her and kept pushing the car door into the woman. Finally, another motorist came to her aid and the suspect got back into his SUV and sped away. The woman refused medical attention. The investigation is continuing. Report number: 160087764

3:39 p.m.         Portola & Miraloma Dr.                 Aggravated Assault
Ingleside officers Alday and Lance were dispatched to another and, unrelated to the above case, road rage incident. They met the victims on the 900 block of Monterey. The two men told the officers that they were driving northbound on Junipero Serra, crossing Ocean Avenue, when another vehicle, making a right turn from Ocean, cut in front of them. The victims honked their horn at the car that contained a woman driver and a woman passenger. The cars drove North on Junipero Serra and turned Eastbound onto Portola Drive. Without warning the two suspects started throwing food out of the car windows, hitting the victim’s car several times. The victim then pulled ahead of the suspect trying to slow them down from escaping. But one of the suspects then threw an unknown item at the victim’s car shattering the rear window.  The two vehicles finally stopped when they approached Miraloma and Portola Drives. At that point, one of the suspects got out of her car and started yelling profanities at the victims. One of the victims exited his car and stood in front of the suspect’s vehicle trying to prevent their escape. The one suspect got back into her car and pulled around the victim grazing his knee during their escape. The victim’s did jot down a license plate number and the officers went to the address of the registered owner but could not locate the vehicle. The investigation is ongoing. Report number: 160088079

Vehicle and Other Incidents:
10:52am                      700 blk Edinburgh St                                      Burglary
11:50am                      5600 blk Mission St                                        Warrant arrest
12:51pm                      400 blk Congo St                                            Recovered vehicle
4:12pm                        Unit blk Phelan Ave                                       Recovered vehicle
6:18pm                        300 blk La Grande Ave                                  Fraud
7:27pm                        5100 blk Mission St                                        Battery
8:56pm                        Ocean Ave/Lee Ave                                       Warrant arrest
9:06pm                        4400 blk Mission St                                        Bicycle theft  
9:43pm                        3700 blk Mission St                                        Breaking windows   
11:00pm                      300 blk Monterey Blvd                                   Hit & Run collision


Burglaries with suspect description:

No Incidents to Report.