Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Oct. 26, 2016

        Incident Date:
                        Wednesday, October 26th, 2016

The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held in the Ingleside Police Station Community room on Tuesday, November 15, 2016 at 7p.m.  There will be light refreshments available to those who come to the meeting.  All are welcome to attend. Thank you.

         We hope to see you there!



2:00am       O’Shaughnessy & Portola                 Stolen Property
Two San Francisco Fire Department Medics helped police nab two motorcycle thieves. Dispatch notified Ingleside Officers Washington and Landis that the medics noticed two men working on a motorcycle parked near an older model jeep. When the officers arrived they found one of the men near the motorcycle while the other ran away. The one near the motorcycle was placed in handcuffs and the other was quickly located and also placed in custody. The motorcycle was stolen the day before from a nearby address and the Jeep had an expired registration with fake DMV tags. Both vehicles were towed to impound while the two suspect were taken to Ingleside Station and booked for possession of stolen property and possession of burglary tools. Report number: 160871006

7:14pm       Unit Blk. Hearst                                  Robbery
A street robbery ended with a chase into South San Francisco and the recovery of the stolen items along with the arrest of one robbers. This saga began when a young woman passed a man walking in the opposite direction who said “How are you doing”. The woman smiled and continued walking. When she reached the intersection of Hearst and Circular the young man had walked up behind her and grabbed her purse. He pulled so hard that she fell to the ground while screaming for help. The struggle continued until the robber finally gained control of the purse and ran away to a waiting dark colored Honda Accord. The car sped away just as neighbors, hearing the screams, exited their home and came to help the woman victim. The neighbors called 911 and let the victim use their laptop to track her stolen phone. Ingleside Officers Ahern and Wells arrived on scene to talk to the victim, who said that her purse contained credit cards, makeup, a MacBook Air, wallet, headphones, driver’s license, sunglasses, IPhone, student ID, and a debit card. Shortly before the officers arrived on scene, Ingleside Sgt. Jefferson and Officer Pheng notified dispatch that a dark colored Honda Accord had ran a stop sign at Monterey and Circular Avenue. When the officers tried to stop the vehicle it sped away at high rate of speed down Monterey and onto Highway #280. When the victim logged onto the neighbor’s laptop she found her stolen phone and computer had been turned off in the neighborhood of Oyster point and Gateway Boulevards in South San Francisco. Multiple Ingleside units responded to that address and Ingleside Officers Hardy and Scott spotted the suspect’s vehicle in a parking lot on the 800 block of Gateway Blvd. The officers attempted to pull the Honda over, but it sped away southbound on Gateway Blvd before crashing into the rear end of another Honda Accord at Gateway and East Grand Avenue. Witnesses told the pursuing officers that the suspects jumped out of their vehicle and scaled the fence of a nearby PG&E facility. The officers placed a perimeter around the facility and Ingleside Officers Archilla, Seavey, and Padilla entered the PG&E facility and found one of the suspects lying on his back moaning from his injuries. He was transported to San Francisco General Hospital for treatment of his injuries and then booked for numerous crimes. Inside the crashed getaway car the officers recovered all of the items stolen from the victim. In addition they seized two smartphones, a black beanie cap, a black ski-mask and black hoodie, and various legal documents. Report number: 160873591

11:30pm     Brussels & Ward                              Burglary
An alert neighbor spotted four people casing a white van parked on the block. Two of the four people were sitting in a Jaguar convertible with paper plates. The neighbor called police and Ingleside Officers Carew and Jensen soon arrived on scene. With the help of Officers Toomey, George, Hawkins, Ortega, and Sgt. Ueber, the officers placed the suspects in custody. Inside the Jaguar, which was a stolen vehicle, they found items taken from the white van along with a shaved keys used to enter the vehicle. All suspects were arrested for burglary, possession of burglary tools, possession of an illegal weapon, and other crimes. Two of the suspects are on probation for auto theft and all the suspects have an extensive criminal history involving auto theft and related crimes. Report number: 160874135[HAN2]                                                                    

Serious Incidents:

There are no serious incidents to report.

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

01:47am           Unit Blk Maynard                     Recovered Vehicle
01:47am           Alemany/Onondaga                  Warrant Arrest
02:00am           100 Blk O’Shaughnessy            Stolen and Recovered Vehicle
02:05am           Mission/Russia                          Traffic Violation Arrest
08:10am           Unit Blk Liebig                         Theft from Building
10:58am           Mission/Silver                           Traffic Violation Arrest
02:55pm           Brazil/Dublin                             Hit and Run
03:15pm           Crescent/Ellsworth                    No Driver’s License Issued
04:51pm           Mission/Theresa                        Traffic Violation Arrest
05:00pm           Alemany/San Bruno                  Hit and Run
05:30pm           600 Blk Silver                           Theft from Vehicle
05:31pm           Mission/Randall                        No Driver’s License Issued
06:29pm           100 Blk 29th Street                    Recovered Vehicle
07:37pm           5400 Blk Mission                      Warrant Arrest
10:45pm           Rolph/Mission                           Recovered Vehicle
11:30pm           Brussels/Ward                            Recovered Vehicle