Thursday, July 7, 2016

Jul. 1, 2016

        Incident Date:
                               Friday, July 1st, 2016
The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held at the St. Mary’s Recreation Center, located at 95 Justin Drive, on Tuesday, July 19th, 2016.  Light refreshments will be provided.  All are welcome to attend. 
We hope to see you there!
There have been reports of a telephone scam going around recently.  An individual will call requesting personal information from you.  DO NOT PROVIDE ANY PERSONAL OR FINANCIAL INFORMATION TO ANYONE OVER THE PHONE.  Please alert the police by going to your nearest police station or calling the non-emergency dispatch line (553-0123) if you are contacted by any of these individuals.  Thank you.
There are no arrests to report.
Serious Incidents:
7:43am                           4600 Blk. Mission                                     Robbery
A man who had previously robbed a store reentered the establishment and took three items, a hair dryer, a black box antenna, and a soft drink without paying.  The store manager stopped the suspect at the entrance and demanded the items back. The thief told the manager that he was the “owner” of the store and had just been released from jail. The manager reached for the items which fell on the ground. The thief picked up the items and ran from the store and boarded a southbound Muni bus. The manager called police and Ingleside officers Kumli and Branche arrived to investigate. Report number: 160532565
3:20pm                        Cesar Chavez & Sanchez         Aggravated Assault
An argument between two employees resulted in one of them being injured. The victim told Police Services Aide Bautista at Ingleside Station that he and the driver of a work truck got into a verbal dispute while driving eastbound on Cesar Chavez Street. The driver ordered the victim out of the truck and the victim complied but before he victim could close the passenger door, the driver started to drive off hitting the victim on the arm with the door and sending him to the ground.  The victim suffered from abrasions to his arm. Later, the driver sent a text to the victim writing, “I saw you get up so obviously you’re okay.” The victim declined PSA Bautista’s offer for medical help. Report number: 160534367
3:45pm                         100 Blk. Santa Ynez                                   Robbery
Another victim walked into Ingleside Station telling PSA Bautista that she was a victim of a robbery. The woman told Bautista that she was walking westbound on Santa Ynez when she saw three young women walking toward her eastbound. When the suspects neared the victim, the suspects grabbed her purse from her shoulder and ran away. The victim chased the suspects for several blocks and before giving up the chase. The loss was a cell phone, wallet with identification, debit card, four credit cards, cash, and health insurance cards. The victim complained pain on the right side of her body and bruised right wrist. She refused medical treatment. Report number: 160533820
Vehicle and Other Incidents:
11:00am                      800 Blk Joost Ave                                          Fraud
12:00pm                      100 Blk Santa Ynez Ave                                Vandalism
1:00pm                        5800 Blk Mission St                                       Stolen vehicle
5:00pm                        900 Blk Monterey Blvd                                  Burglary
5:06pm                        Onondaga/Cayuga Ave                                  Vehicle collision
6:10pm                        200 Blk Rey St                                               Threatening calls
6:37pm                        900 Blk Ellsworth St                                      Battery
8:30pm                        5300 Blk Diamond Heights Blvd                   Hit & run collision
8:50pm                        5400 Blk Mission St                                       Hit & run collision