Incident Date:Friday, February 10th, 2017The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held in the Ingleside Police Station Community room on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 at 7p.m. There will be light refreshments available to those who come to the meeting. All are welcome to attend.We hope to see you there!
Arrests:4:35pm 400 Blk. Cortland BurglaryA woman yelling for help prompted Ingleside Officers Ahern and Quinlan to stop their patrol car and investigate. The woman pointed at another woman fleeing eastbound on the south side of Cortland Avenue. Officer Quinlan took off in pursuit and with the help of several witnesses finally caught the suspect hiding in the alcove of a home on Anderson Street. The suspect proclaimed her innocence to Quinlan claiming she didn’t take anything. She was brought back to Cortland Street where the woman yelling for police help identified her. The victim, who owns a nearby store, said the suspect entered her business and asked to use the rest room. The business owner said yes but noticed, a short time later, the suspect leaving an area where her employees kept their belongings. One of the employees said her wallet was missing from her purse. That’s when the business owner ran outside and flagged down Officers Ahern and Quinlan. The wallet was found under a parked car on Cortland Street where the suspect discarded the object during her escape. The suspect had a warrant for her arrest for violation of her probation. She was transported to Ingleside Station and charged with burglary and the outstanding warrant. Report number: 1701170449:45pm 500 Blk. Campbell TrespassingIngleside Officers Phillips and Canchola were dispatched to a home on the 500 block of Campbell to investigate a report of a trespasser. When they arrived the owner of the home said there was an unknown man sleeping on a couch in her in-law apartment. The officers went inside and noticed the apartment was in disarray with clothes and other items strewn around the premises. They found the trespasser asleep on a couch. They woke him up, handcuffed him, and brought him outside. The officers called the renter of the apartment who said he did not know the suspect and did not give anyone permission to enter his residence. The suspect was taken to Ingleside Station and booked for trespassing. Report number: 17011899510:32pm Brazil & La Grande Stolen VehicleA stolen 1995 Honda Civic, a favorite of thieves, was spotted by Ingleside Officers Jensen and Ortega. The officers stopped their patrol car and noticed the driver, unaware of the officer’s presence, was busy looking through his cell phone. Jensen and Ortega, turned on their lights and exited their patrol car and approached the suspect who was wearing all black clothing, black gloves and had a black ski mask on his head. The vehicle’s ignition had been punched out and a shaved key was used to operate the Honda. The suspect was taken to Ingleside Station and booked for car theft. The vehicle was towed to impound to await retrieval by its Daly City owner. Report number: 17011797511:00pm 5500 Blk. Mission Terrorist ThreatsIngleside Officers Lozano and McCall were flagged down by three women one of whom said her son was asking erratically after ingesting the drug “ecstacy”. The officers found the young man walking out of a nearby store. He was yelling, flailing his arms, exhibited aggressive behavior. Lozano and McCall called for assistance and tried to calm the suspect down but he resisted. The young man punched, bit, and tried to gouge Ingleside Officer Hardy’s eye. It took the effort of several officers to finally place the suspect in custody after which he was transported to San Francisco General Hospital for treatment. Officer Hardy was also taken to the hospital for injuries to his face, a bite wound to his right hand, and numerous abrasions. Report number: 170118036
Serious Incidents:2:20am Geneva & Delano RobberyA man walked into Ingleside Station to report a robbery. The victim told Police Services Aid Bruce that early in the morning he parked his car on Geneva near Delano when he saw two men walking toward him. One of the men asked him for money. When the victim said he didn’t have any, the suspect took out a knife and asked again. The victim surrendered his wallet which contained identification, a debit card, and about $120 in cash. Report number: 1701173017:04am 200 Blk. Leland RobberyA report of a robbery prompted dispatch to send Ingleside Officers Phillips and Canchola to investigate. The officers contacted the victim, a woman, who said she was walking home when she reached the intersection of Delta and Leland Streets. She noticed a man pacing around looking down on the ground. He told the woman he was looking for his keys. She felt uneasy and picked up her pace walking home. The suspect started following and caught up to her on a walkway between Leland and Visitacion Avenues. He grabbed her purse as she struggled to keep possession. The struggle was short lived as the suspect gained possession of the victim’s purse and ran away to a waiting vehicle on Leland Avenue. The loss was a wallet, keys, credit cards, driver’s license, cash, and precious stones. The victim declined medical attention. Report number: 170115349Vehicle and Other Incidents:02:23am Persia/Mission Traffic Violation Arrest09:50am 100 Blk Santos Assault10:50am Peru/Valmar Terrace Hit and Run01:40pm Unit Blk Chenery Battery06:45pm Delta/Arleta Stolen Vehicle08:00pm 600 Blk Monterey Theft from Vehicle10:44pm 100 Blk Bronte Fire Report