Incident Date:Wednesday, February 8th, 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:There are no arrests to report.Serious Incidents8:47am 4000 Blk. Mission RobberyA woman was violently assaulted by a thief while walking down the street. Ingleside Officer Curry found the bleeding victim at the YMCA where staff members were providing comfort and assistance while waiting for police to arrive. Officer Curry summoned and ambulance and while waiting for its arrival interviewed the woman who told him about the attack. She said she was walking north on Mission and noticed a woman peering into the windows of several cars. She walked past the woman and a short time later the suspect approached her from behind and struck her on the head with an unknown weapon causing her to fall to the ground and drop her two purses. The suspect hit the woman two more times while she was on the ground before grabbing the purses and walking away northbound on Mission Street. A YMCA staff member, seeing the victim on the ground bleeding, yelled to other employees to call police. The staff member yelled at the suspect to stop going through the victim’s purses at which time the suspect said the victim gave her the items. The staff member said, “No she didn’t. She’s bleeding and she’s hurt”. The staff member then bravely and compassionately went to aid the victim as the suspect escaped after dropping the victim’s purses. The staff member brought the woman victim inside the YMCA where she was given first aid while waiting for police and medical help to arrive. The victim was taken to St. Luke’s Hospital where physicians treated her lacerations. Ingleside Officers Kerlegan and Rodriquez searched the surrounding area for the suspect without success. Inside the recovered purses was a pry tool used to break into vehicles. The only thing taken was a coin purse with $14 in cash. Report number: 17010939210:30am 400 Blk. Campbell Hot Prowl BurglaryA man relaxing in his home heard someone breaking through the front gate. A short time later, two suspects, wearing ski masks, entered the home. The victim told the suspects, “I’ll give you what you want, just don’t hurt me”. The suspects took the victim throughout all the rooms in the home removing cash and other items, including ID’s. The suspects then left the home through the front door and fled in an unknown direction. The victim told Ingleside Officers Mora and Cubas the loss was several thousand dollars in cash. Report number: 1701100768:30pm 200 Blk. Delta RobberyTwo suspects approached a woman at the entrance way to her home and snatched her purse. The victim told Ingleside Officers Dito and Shih that she heard a voice say, “Hello”, turned around, and saw an unknown man looking at her and a second man behind him on the sidewalk. Suddenly, the first suspect grabbed her purse and ripped it from her shoulder breaking the thin strap. After gaining control of the purse, the suspect fled southbound on Delta toward Teddy Street with the victim in pursuit. The pair jumped into a waiting vehicle parked at Delta and Teddy, and sped away eastbound on Teddy at a high rate of speed. The loss was several hundred dollars in cash. Report number” 170111541Vehicle and Other Incidents:09:52am 500 Blk Duncan Recovered Vehicle10:30am 300 Blk Harvard Burglary12:10pm San Jose/Seneca Traffic Collision01:45pm 1000 Blk Goettingen Hit and Run02:31pm 100 Blk Burlwood Fraud06:05pm 5100 Blk Mission Assault06:06pm 50 Phelan Avenue Theft from Building06:18pm Unit Blk Castle Manor Fraud06:55pm 2100 Blk Bayshore Theft from Vehicle07:00pm 5000 Blk Mission Stolen Vehicle08:33pm 400 Blk London Burglary10:26pm Geneva/Naples Traffic Violation Arrest10:28pm 400 Blk Foerester Battery11:00pm Bright/Holloway Stolen Vehicle