Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Apr. 13, 2017

        Incident Date:
                             Thursday, April 13th, 2017

The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held at the Glenneagles Golf Course at McLaren Park located at 1200 Sunnydale Avenue on Tuesday, May 16, 2017 at 7 p.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!



8:13pm       Teresita & Foerster                  Warrant Arrest
Two observant Ingleside officers spotted a suspect wanted on several theft, vehicle code, and narcotics warrants out San Francisco, San Mateo, and Santa Clara Counties and who was also on active probation with a search condition. Ingleside Officers Carew and Lee saw the suspect standing outside a vehicle that had three occupants including the suspect’s young child inside. The officers stopped their patrol car approached the suspect and placed him in custody. The officers inspected the car and found a significant quantity of methamphetamine hidden between the seats of the car. The narcotics were confiscated and the suspect was taken to Ingleside station and booked for the outstanding warrants. Report number: 170304279

Serious Incidents:

1:20am       300 Blk. Delano                         Robbery
A man returned home after picking up “takeout” was suddenly approached by three armed men wearing ski masks and black hoodies. The three, holding semi-automatic pistols, asked the victim for his wallet. When he didn’t comply, one of the suspects reached into his pocket and took his wallet before another suspect struck the victim on the head with the pistol causing a serious injury. The suspects then ran away and the victim was driven to St. Luke’s Hospital by a family member for treatment. Later that morning he went to Ingleside Station and reported the crime to Police Services Aid Dugan. Report number: 170302455

6:02am       100 Blk. Tucker                        Robbery
Ingleside Officers Elliston and Cvetovac were dispatched to a report of an armed robbery. When they arrived the victim told the officers that he was standing outside his parked car when he noticed a Toyota pickup driving west bound. He didn’t pay much attention until the Toyota driver made a U-Turn and drove back to his home, stopped, got out holding a gun and demanded money. When the victim said he didn’t have any money, the suspect demanded his wallet. Fearing for his life, the victim surrendered the wallet and the suspect got back into the Toyota and drove east on Tucker. Report number: 170301980

9:30am       Unit Blk. Madison                   Hot Prowl Burglary
A disturbing incident for any homeowner and pet owner. The victim told Ingleside Officers Ocreto and Alioto that she left for work in the morning and received a call that same afternoon from an unknown man who found her dog wandering the neighborhood. Her pet dog had her phone number on its collar. The victim told the Good Samaritan to return the dog to her home which he did. The victim then received another call from the same person who said he found her gate and the front door to her home open and her front window smashed. The victim returned home and found several rooms ransacked with jewelry and cash missing. Other residents of the home were contacted and returned home to find the same circumstances in their part of the residence. The officers concluded the burglar entered the residence by smashing the front window and escaped out the front door. Report number: 170303481

1:30pm       100 Blk. Congdon                   Hot Prowl Burglary
Ingleside Sgt. Sullivan, while on patrol, noticed three men exiting the backyard of a nearby home. He then observed the suspects hanging out near a fire hydrant across the street from the home. Sgt. Sullivan watched as the suspects walked to a nearby parked car. The Sergeant exited his patrol car and approached the suspects who, seeing the Sgt., fled on foot towards Alemany Blvd. Ingleside Officers Perealta and Williams arrived and the three officers went to the home where the owner found that the suspects had entered the residence through a downstairs kitchen window and exited the home through a back door. Initial inspection found nothing missing from the home. Report number: 170303005

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

12:09pm           Unit Blk Burnside                      Recovered Vehicle
03:24pm           Monterey/Circular                     Traffic Violation Arrest
04:05pm           Unit Blk John Young Ln.           Dog Bite
05:00pm           1500 Blk Treat                           Theft from Vehicle
05:16pm           200 Blk Nevada                         Warrant Arrest
05:52pm           Unit Blk Brumiss Terrace          Threats
06:30pm           4100 Blk San Bruno                  Theft from Vehicle
07:30pm           2800 Blk Folsom                       Vandalism to Vehicle