Friday, October 14, 2016

Oct. 8, 2016

       Incident Date:
                          Saturday, October 8th, 2016

The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held at St. John’s Elementary School, located at 925 Chenery Street, on Tuesday, October 18th, 2016 at 7:00pm. Light refreshments will be provided. All are welcome to attend. 

                                      We hope to see you there!


There are no arrests to report.

Serious Incidents:

6:30pm       Unit Blk of 29th Street                Attempted Robbery
An Uber driver dropped off his two male passengers and went home. When he got home he noticed one of his passengers had left a cell phone in his vehicle. The driver, following procedure, got back in his car and was driving to Uber headquarters to drop off the lost phone. While on the way, he got a call from his passengers pleading that he return the phone to them. The driver said Uber procedures prevented him from doing that. The passengers pleaded with him saying they needed the phone for work and offered $50. The driver said okay and said to meet him at a restaurant on 29th and Mission. Soon thereafter, the passengers showed up at the restaurant, accused the driver of stealing the phone, and demanded its return without paying the $50 reward. The discussion turned into a physical confrontation and one of the passengers took out a knife and threatened the Uber driver. A food server, seeing the confrontation, called police and Ingleside Officers Quinlan and Siracusa arrived a short time later to investigate the incident. Report number: 160820718

9:00pm       Precita/Alabama                        Aggravated Assault
A report of “shots fired” sent Ingleside Officers McMilton and Hawkins to an address on Precita Avenue. The officers, along with other Ingleside units, sped to the area and found a young male with a gunshot wound to his back. Ingleside Officer Wells provided first aid until the ambulance arrived which took the victim to the hospital. The officers found a blood trail at the western end of Precita Park. Witnesses told the officers that the suspect exited a black sedan and fired several shots into the park before speeding away. Shortly thereafter, another victim, with a gunshot wound to his arm, walked into San Francisco General asking for treatment. The case has been assigned to the San Francisco Police Department’s Gang Task Force for investigation. Report number: 160821108

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

08:00am           200 Blk Avalon                           Burglary
08:52am           Persia/Edinburgh                        Traffic Collision
11:25am           Monterey/Plymouth                    Found License Plate
11:51am           300 Blk Capistrano                     Dog Bite
12:52pm           200 Blk Ellsworth                      Battery
03:55pm           600 Blk Morse                           Fraud
04:20pm           Unit Blk Florentine                    Vandalism to Vehicle
05:05pm           600 Blk Precita                          Trespassing
07:00pm           1100 Blk Munich                       Threats
07:30pm           Monterey/Edna                          Traffic collision
09:55pm           3300 Blk Mission                      Assault