Friday, April 7, 2017

Apr. 2, 2017

Incident Date:
Sunday, April 2nd, 2017

The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held in the Ingleside Police Station Community room on Tuesday, April 18, 2017 at 7p.m.  There will be light refreshments available to those who come to the meeting.  All are welcome to attend.

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3:00pm                            Bernal Hts. & Carver                             Robbery
Quick work and the critical eye of a crime victim helped police nob a robber. The victim was walking with friends to the top of Bernal Height’s Park when she suddenly realized that she left her camera in her parked car. She returned to her car, retrieved the camera, and was walking back to her friends when a PT Cruiser appeared next to her. A man got out, lifted up his shirt revealing a firearm, and ripped the camera from the woman’s neck. He then got back into the vehicle which sped away. Ingleside officers Cubas and Hornstein responded and broadcast a description of the suspect and his vehicle. A short time later four Bayview Station officers spotted the PT Cruiser at Harbor and Northridge Streets and detained the two occupants. The victim was driven to the scene by Ingleside officers and positively identified one of the men as the suspect who robbed her. He was transported to Ingleside Station and booked for robbery. Report number: 170269742

5:27pm                              San Jose & Randall                                      DUI
The report of a vehicle stuck on the Muni tracks prompted dispatch to send Ingleside officer Beltran and Sgt. Ueber to investigate. They found the driver of a Chevy Blazer standing on the sidewalk near his stuck vehicle. He told the officers that he was driving on San Jose Avenue when he felt the “wheels wobbling”. The officers noted that he had bloodshot eyes and slurred speech. They also found a half empty bottle of tequila on the driver’s seat of the Blazer. He was given a roadside sobriety test which he failed. He was driven to Mission Station where a blood alcohol test revealed an alcohol level three times the legal limit. The suspect was arrested and taken to the County Jail. Report number: 170270454

11:52pm                             Alemany & Ottawa                             Narcotics
Ingleside officers Parker and Young were on routine patrol driving east on Mt. Vernon when they saw a Honda Civic driving at a high speed south on Mission Street. The officers watched as the Civic suddenly pulled to the curb on 5400 block of Mission. The officers stopped their patrol car and ran the Honda’s license plate which revealed an expired registration. A minute later, the Honda pulled away from the parking space and sped off South on Mission and then West on Foote and then north on Alemany. Parker and Young activated their emergency lights and pulled the vehicle over at Alemany and Ottawa Streets. The woman driver didn’t have a valid driver’s license. It was towed to impound but not before the officers conducted an inventory of the interior of the Honda where they found methamphetamine and a glass pipe used to smoke the narcotic. There was also a digital scale used to measure narcotics for sale. The woman was taken to Ingleside Station where additional narcotics, cocaine, was found in her possession. She was booked for various narcotics and vehicle code violations. Report number: 170271060

Serious Incidents:

There are no serious incidents to report.

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

9:00am                        2500 blk Diamond St                          Theft from vehicle
11:40am                      Elsie St/Virginia Ave                           Battery
2:12pm                        1800 blk Geneva Ave                         Vehicle collision
4:00pm                        200 blk John F. Shelley Dr                 Theft from vehicle
5:56pm                        Curtis/Rolph St                                   Recovered vehicle
9:50pm                        San Jose Ave/Colonial Way                Vehicle collision