Friday, July 7, 2017

Jul. 2, 2017

Incident Date:
Sunday, July 2nd, 2017

Please join us for the next Ingleside community meeting on Tuesday, July 18th, 2017 at 7pm!  The meeting will be held in the community room at Ingleside station.  Light refreshments will be provided.  All are welcome so we hope to see you there!


7:00am                       1500 blk Guerrero St                Hot Prowl Burglary
A man leaving his garage with his dog and bicycle was suddenly confronted by a suspect. The suspect demanded the homeowner’s bicycle. The homeowner refused and a struggle ensued over the bicycle. During the struggle the suspect started punching the suspect in the face. The victim started yelling for help. The suspect began hitting the victim with a fire extinguisher, which had been stolen from St. Luke’s Hospital. Upon hearing the screams, a neighbor came outside and witnessed the assault.  He called the police.
The suspect took off on the stolen bicycle towards Dolores Street. Ingleside officers Taft and Mullins arrived to interview the victim, the witness, and called for medical assistance. Meanwhile Ingleside officers Kerlegan and Rodriguez found the suspect on Dolores and Duncan Streets and placed him custody. He was charged with aggravated assault and burglary and taken to San Francisco General for treatment of his injuries before being transported to jail. Report number: 170537072

10:31am                  Richland & Andover Sts              Methamphetamines
A witness saw a man running around erratically, running into the street and then laying down in the street.  She also saw the subject run directly into a wall.  Concerned for the man’s safety, the witness called the police. Ingleside officers Tiffer, Watts, and Hopkins arrived and found the suspect on the sidewalk. He complied with the officers commands to sit down on the steps of a nearby home. He denied being under the influence of any drugs but had difficulty sitting still and appeared to be sweating profusely. He gave officers permission to search his backpack. Inside they found several packets of methamphetamine and a scale for weighing the substance. He was arrested for possession of methamphetamine for sale and transported to Ingleside Station for booking. Report number: 170537470

12:50pm                  200 blk Munich St                                      Trespassing
A man sitting at home watching TV in his bedroom opened the bedroom door to see a strange man standing in the hallway. He asked the stranger what he was doing in the home and the man responded that he was sent their by an unknown person. The homeowner told the man to sit in a chair and he complied. Then the homeowner found some electrical cord and tied the suspect up before calling police. Ingleside officers Ocreto and Leung arrived. The homeowner signed a citizen’s arrest form and the suspect was arrested for trespassing. Report number: 17053773                              

Serious Incidents:

There are no serious incidents to report.

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

2:15am                        Mission/Valencia St                            Theft from vehicle
4:20am                        1100 Visitacion Ave                            Stolen vehicle
5:20am                        3300 blk Mission St                            Burglary
6:30am                        2700 blk Alemany Blvd                      Theft from vehicle
8:00am                        4700 blk Mission St                            Arson  
9:05am                        2800 blk Alemany Blvd                      Theft from vehicle
9:40am                        Unit blk Cresta Vista Dr                     Theft from vehicle
12:30pm                      200 blk Leland Ave                            Theft from vehicle
6:30pm                        400 blk Leland Ave                            Theft from vehicle
7:00pm                        5200 blk Diamond Heights                 Theft from vehicle
8:58pm                        4200 blk Mission St                            Recovered vehicle
9:27pm                        Brazil/La Grande Ave                         Vandalism