Monday, November 7, 2016

Oct. 30, 2016

        Incident Date:
                           Sunday, October 30th, 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!



12:40am     200 Blk. London                                    Warrant Arrest
Ingleside Sgt. Fegan was on routine patrol when he spotted an older BMW with expired registration. Sgt. Fegan followed the vehicle for a short distance before stopping it on the 200 block of London. He asked the driver for registration and the driver responded saying he didn’t have any. He also didn’t have a driver’s license. He then gave the Sgt. a fictitious name and birthdate. However, Ingleside Officers Wong and Ortega, who had arrived to assist Sgt. Fegan, checked a law enforcement data base and ascertained his real name and birthdate. Turned out he had a warrant for his arrest. In his clothing he also had a knife and in his car a loaded firearm. He was arrested for the outstanding warrant and the weapons charges. Report number: 160882956

Serious Incidents:

7:30am       50 Phelan Ave.                                        Battery
A man attempted to board a parked Muni bus and the driver politely told him the bus was “out of service”. A short time later, the driver exited the bus to use a nearby restroom when the same man approached and, without warning, punched him the face. Ingleside Officer Morrow responded, talked to the victim, and called for medical assistance. Officer Morrow broadcast a description of the suspect, but he was not located. Report number: 160883465

8:24pm       Bernal Heights Blvd / Ellsworth           Evading
Ingleside Officers Labson and Hill were on routine patrol when they spotted a black, older model, Lexus parked eastbound on Bernal Heights Boulevard with the windows fogged up. This area is where there have been numerous reports of auto burglaries and robberies. It’s also a place where suspects park their escape vehicles to use after committing a crime. Labson and Hill pulled up behind the car and turned on their emergency lights and, using their PA system, told the driver to turn off his ignition. The driver turned around an looked at the police vehicle and when Officer Labson and Hill walked up to the vehicle, the driver started the car, placed it in gear, and sped away at a high rate of speed. Labson and Hill broadcast a description of the car and later went to the vehicles registered address in the Mission, but the Lexus was not there. Report number: 1608/85267

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

12:36am           2200 Blk Bayshore                   Traffic Collision
07:00am           1200 Blk Girard                       Theft from Vehicle
09:00am           1800 Blk Castro                       Theft of Bicycle
11:52am           Unit Blk Peralta                        Vicious Dog Report
12:00pm           Oneida/Delano                          Traffic Collision
01:20pm           100 Blk Ocean                         Stolen Vehicle
03:00pm           200 Blk Chicago Way              Theft from Vehicle
03:40pm           500 Blk Naples                        Assault
07:00pm           Whitney/Fairmount                   Stolen Vehicle
10:44pm           Teresita/Verna                          Recovered Vehicle
10:58pm           Tompkins/Peralta                      Recovered Vehicle