Incident Date:Sunday, February 19th, 2017The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held at the San Francisco Police Academy Community room located at 350 Amber Drive on Tuesday, March 21, 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!Arrests:9:43pm Lowell & Brunswick D.U.IIngleside Officers Trumpp and Parker were sent to investigate a traffic collision at the intersection of Lowell and Brunswick. When they arrived they found two vehicles involved, one an older BMW and the other a pickup truck. They also found the drivers of the two vehicles standing next to each other. The driver of the pickup truck told the officers that the BMW driver made a quick left turn and struck his truck. The BMW driver attempted to flee but was detained by the other motorists and witnesses. One witness told the officers that he was trailing the BMW driver after seeing him blow through several red lights. That driver was very confrontational with police and his breath had a strong smell of alcohol. He failed several roadside sobriety tests and a computer check revealed he was driving with a suspended license. He declined to take a breath or blood alcohol test. The officers requested and received a warrant for a blood test which was conducted at San Francisco General Hospital. From there it was a short trip to the County Jail where he was booked for D.U.I and driving with a suspended license. Report number: 170144564Serious Incidents:There are no serious incidents to report.
Vehicle and Other Incidents:02:01am Mission/Onondaga Recovered Vehicle02:01am Mission/Onondaga Warrant Arrest03:57am Alemany/Putnam Stolen and Recovered Vehicle04:57am 5800 Blk Mission Vandalism to Vehicle06:00am Naples/Amazon Hit and Run12:30pm 4900 Blk Mission Shoplifting02:19pm Silver/Cambridge Hit and Run03:00pm 400 Blk Silver Theft from Building06:00pm 500 Blk Peralta Stolen Vehicle06:40pm 1000 Blk Saddleback Traffic Collision11:00pm 100 Blk Seneca Theft from Building
Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Posted by SFPD Ingleside Station at 11:21 AM
Incident Date:Saturday, February 18th, 2017The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held at the San Francisco Police Academy Community room located at 350 Amber Drive on Tuesday, March 21, 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!
Arrests:There are no arrests to report.Serious Incidents:3:26pm 200 Blk. John F. Shelley Dr. Aggravated AssaultA man in the park called police telling dispatch that a motorcyclist was trying to run him over. The victim told Ingleside Officers Mora and Beltran that he called police after seeing a motorcyclist driving erratically in John McClaren Park. The motorist, after seeing the victim on the phone, drove at the man hitting him in the hand. The motorcyclist then picked up an object, possibly a rock, and threw it at the complainant hitting him in the back. The unknown man then fled on his motorcycle towards the park’s water tower. Report number: 170140744Vehicle and Other Incidents:05:45am Cortland/Bocana Traffic Collision09:10am 200 Blk Holladay Burglary10:05am Visitacion/Hahn Stolen License Plate11:30am Unit Blk Dalewood Theft from Vehicle12:17pm Mission/30th Street Threats01:00pm Lisbon/Persia Stolen Vehicle03:36pm Moscow/Italy Hit and Run05:31pm 100 Blk Bemis Restraining Order Violation10:30pm 100 Blk Montcalm Stolen Vehicle
Posted by SFPD Ingleside Station at 9:56 AM
Friday, February 24, 2017
Incident Date:Friday, February 17th, 2017The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held at the San Francisco Police Academy Community room located at 350 Amber Drive on Tuesday, March 21, 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!
Arrests:There are no arrests to report.Serious Incidents:11:15am 100 Blk. Raymond Hot Prowl BurglaryA woman cleaning her home’s upstairs level heard a noise from downstairs. She thought it was the refuse collection personnel and didn’t pay any attention. Later, she went downstairs and found the door between the garage and her kitchen open when it’s normally closed. Her dog, usually in the kitchen, was roaming in the garage. She called police and Ingleside Officers Hornstein and Campos arrived to interview the victim. She told the officers that nothing was taken from the premises. Hornstein and Campos determined the burglar entered the home through a kitchen window and exited out the kitchen door and garage. Report number: 17013739311:25pm Unit Blk. Lyell Aggravated AssaultIngleside Officers Zhao and Washington, along with other units, were dispatched to investigate a report of shots fired. They found a vehicle with a back window shattered by the gunfire. They also found a victim on the unit block of Cayuga who told the officers that he and friends were walking to the BART Station on Lyell Street when he saw a large group of people exiting a home. Individuals asked the victim and his friends, “where are you from?” When the suspects started approaching the victim he turned around and ran towards Cayuga Street. It was during his escape that he heard gunshots and hid in some bushes until being discovered by police. Report number: 170138965Vehicle and Other Incidents:03:30am 800 Blk Cortland Burglary04:40am 400 Blk Cortland Burglary09:42am 200 Blk Ney Stolen License Plate01:00pm Unit Blk Carver Stolen Vehicle03:13pm 4700 Blk Mission Fraud04:44pm Unit Blk Alder Stolen License Plate06:30pm 600 Blk Joost Attempted Vehicle Theft07:00pm Crescent/Murray Stolen Vehicle08:00pm 100 Blk Ralston Theft from Vehicle10:00pm 600 Blk Prentiss Theft from Vehicle
Posted by SFPD Ingleside Station at 3:13 PM
Incident Date:Thursday, February 16th, 2017We hope to see you there!
Arrests:9:30pm 2200 Blk. Geneva Resisting ArrestMuni dispatch called police to report a passenger who was refusing to leave a bus. Ingleside Officers Zhao and Washington arrived and boarded the bus where the driver pointed out a passenger who was splayed across the entire back seat of the bus. The officers asked the suspect to leave the bus but he said “no”. They repeated the demand several times and each time the response was the same. Each time the officers approached the suspect he would get into a “fighting” stance and dare the officers to remove him. Zhao and Washington requested backup and several additional Ingleside units arrived. With the help of that additional personnel, the officers were able to remove the physically combative passenger from the bus and place him in handcuffs. He was taken to San Francisco General Hospital for evaluation. Report number: 170135610Serious Incidents:9:00pm 5100 Blk. Mission RobberyA woman walking home from the bus stop was violently attacked by a robber. She told Ingleside Officer Alioto and Sergeant Hoang that, while walking southbound on Mission, from Geneva, she noticed an unknown man following her. A short time later she felt the suspect grabbing at her purse from behind. She tried to hold on to her purse, but the suspect spun her around and threw her to the ground on the concrete pavement. She landed face down striking her forehead, right shin, fingers, and teeth. The suspect then escaped running northbound on Mission. Medical assistance arrived and treated the victim for her injuries. The loss was cash, driver’s license, social security card, and a debit card. Report number: 170135494Vehicle and Other Incidents:12:45am San Jose/Niagara Traffic Violation Arrest06:38am 1800 Blk San Jose Harassing Phone Calls07:50am Unit Blk Cielito Threats09:00am 500 Blk Brazil Fraud10:38am 200 Blk Hahn Assault11:51am 3300 Blk Mission Battery01:52pm Unit Blk Cambridge Recovered Vehicle02:00pm 4500 Blk Mission Theft03:00pm 100 Blk Dalewood Theft from Vehicle04:40pm Chenery/30th Street Traffic Violation Arrest04:45pm Mission/Geneva Traffic Collision07:19pm Unit Blk 30th Street Warrant Arrest08:20pm Mission/Godeus Warrant Arrest09:37pm 100 Blk Miraloma Fraud10:27pm Unit Blk Santos Vandalism to Property
Posted by SFPD Ingleside Station at 12:05 PM
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Incident Date:Wednesday, February 15th, 2017We hope to see you there!
Arrests:2:35pm Unit Blk. Phelan Aggravated AssaultA report of a stabbing prompted dispatch to send numerous Ingleside and City College police officers to the front of the school where they found a young man bleeding from a wound to his back. He was taken to San Francisco General Hospital where the victim’s wound was treated and before he was released to his parents. Interviews with victims and witnesses determined that a large group of young men attacked the victim near the main entrance to the college. The suspects then ran off into the campus. Ingleside Officers Sherry and Chang were in the neighborhood of Havelock and Circular Avenues when they spotted 8 men matching the description of the suspects. The officers, with help from other police personnel, were able to detain the suspects and recovered the knife believed to be used in the attack. The 15 year old man possessing the knife was taken to the Juvenile Justice Center and booked for aggravated assault. Report number: 170131583Serious Incidents:9:28pm 50 Phelan RobberyA student left his classroom to use the restroom when he was suddenly confronted by two men inside the bathroom. The victim told Community College Sergeants Russo and Gaytan that one of the men accused him of assaulting his sister. However, the victim said he didn’t know the suspect’s sister. One of the two robbers then displayed a gun and ordered the victim to lie on the bathroom floor. Fearing for his life, the victim complied. The suspects then grabbed the victim’s backpack and fled. The loss was cash, credit cards, and identification. Report number: 170132832Vehicle and Other Incidents:03:30am 700 Blk Chenery Theft from Vehicle06:30am 100 Blk Juanita Stolen Vehicle08:00am 100 Blk Baltimore Stolen Vehicle09:22am 500 Blk Portola Battery12:15pm Mission/30th Street Vandalism to Vehicle12:55pm 100 Blk Teddy Burglary01:00pm Powhattan/Prentiss Stolen Vehicle01:00pm Unit Blk Cameo Burglary01:57pm 3100 Blk Mission Suspended Driver’s License02:00pm 3300 Blk Mission Theft form Vehicle02:00pm Unit Blk Cameo Burglary04:30pm Unit Blk Concord Assault05:30pm 400 Blk Prentiss Burglary05:30pm Silver/Congdon Traffic Collision06:30pm 500 Blk Prentiss Burglary07:30pm 100 Blk Juanita Recovered Vehicle07:30pm 400 Blk Cortland Theft from Vehicle08:45pm Unit Blk Oneida Restraining Order Violation09:00pm Alemany/Seneca Stolen Vehicle11:05pm Mission/Acton Traffic Collision
Posted by SFPD Ingleside Station at 3:28 PM
Incident Date:Tuesday, February 14th, 2017We hope to see you there!
Arrests:3:20am Wilde & Girard FirearmIngleside officers were on alert for a 20 year old Mercury Topaz which had previously avoided an attempt by police to stop the car. On this early morning, Ingleside Officers Ortega and Jensen spotted the Mercury on the unit block of Teddy Street where several previous arrests for narcotics have been made. Ortega and Jensen radioed for backup and when the Mercury started moving the officers moved in behind and activated their vehicles red light and siren. Fortunately, this time, the driver yielded to the officers. Inside the Mercury was a driver and four passengers. One of the passengers was clear of wants and warrants while the driver and the other three passengers had significant criminal records. The Mercury’s driver had a package of cocaine in his clothing and a ring of 10 shaved keys used for vehicle thefts. A woman passenger kept fidgeting with her clothing, which aroused the suspicion of Ingleside Sgt. Fegan and for good reason. She had a loaded .32 caliber pistol hidden in her clothing. She told the Sergeant that the driver, spotting the officers tailing their vehicle, told her to hang on to the pistol. She told the officers, “It was her Valentines present”. The woman was also wanted on a no-bail warrant for narcotics violations out of South San Francisco. The driver also had a warrant for his arrest out of San Mateo County. The third passenger also had a quantity of narcotics on his person and was placed under arrest along with his two car mates. Report number: 170127350Serious Incidents:5:00pm 3600 Blk. Mission RobberyA store owner looked up toward the front of her business and observed a man jump over the front counter and demanded, “Money, money”. The victim handed the robber $15, but the robber again repeated his demand of “money, money”. So the store owner gave him another $15 and the robber jumped back over the counter and fled the store. Ingleside Officer Watts arrived and interviewed the victim before broadcasting a description of the suspect. Report number: 1701294258:55pm Sunnydale & Hahn RobberyA young man, riding the #8 Muni bus, was texting on his cell phone when another passenger suddenly approached from behind. The victim told Ingleside Officers Hoge and Beltran the suspect grabbed the cellphone from his hands and jumped off the bus at Sunnydale and Hahn Streets. The victim, possibly emboldened with adrenaline, jumped off the bus in pursuit and caught up with the robber a short distance away. The victim bear hugged the robber from behind and both the robber and victim tumbled to the ground. But the robber retained possession of the purloined cell phone and got up then ran away westbound on Sunnydale Street. Report number: 17012959411:00pm 5200 Blk. Diamond Heights Hot Prowl BurglaryA woman and her husband spent the morning as many do, getting ready for work. The husband left and as his wife was about to leave but she couldn’t locate her purse. She called her husband and asked if he had moved her purse and he had not. The woman started looking around her living room and also noticed that laptops and a gaming console was also missing. She glanced out a patio door and saw an unknown man looking around her ground level patio. She called police and Ingleside Officers Thompson, Kerlegan, and Elton responded. The officers determined that a burglar entered the apartment through the front door during the early morning hours and exited through the patio door. Report number: 170130278Vehicle and Other Incidents:01:02am Alemany/Santa Rosa Warrant Arrest02:30am Unit Blk Macedonia Stolen and Recovered Vehicle07:33am Unit Blk Macedonia Warrant Arrest08:10am 3900 Blk Mission Attempted Burglary08:20am Seneca/Mission Recovered Vehicle08:45am Unit Blk Manchester Burglary10:17am 700 Blk Edinburgh Recovered Vehicle10:34am Bayshore/Sunnydale Traffic Violation Arrest01:00pm 300 Blk Trumbull Recovered Vehicle01:45pm 100 Blk Delano Burglary06:30pm Unit John Young Ln Stolen License late06:30pm 200 Blk Addison Restraining Order Violation07:24pm 50 Phelan Avenue Theft from Building07:31pm 200 Blk Craut Stolen Vehicle09:00pm 800 Blk Lisbon Stolen Vehicle10:33pm Cambridge/Silver Traffic Violation Arrest
Posted by SFPD Ingleside Station at 3:07 PM
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Incident Date:Monday, February 13th, 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:12:00noon 27th Street & Douglass Warrant ArrestIngleside’s Capt. McFadden was on his way back to the station from an assignment when he spotted two suspects casing vehicles in the vicinity of 27th and Douglas Streets. Capt. McFadden radioed for assistance while following the suspects as they traveled through the area eventually ending up on the staircase between Safira Street and Diamond Height’s boulevard. Ingleside Officers Phillips, Cvetovac along with Sergeants Springer, Ho, and Martin responded and placed the suspects in custody. One of the suspects had an open container of alcohol and the other had several shaved keys used to break into vehicles along with a pipe used to smoke methamphetamine and was wanted for an outstanding arrest warrant. He was booked at Ingleside Station for the warrant, the burglary tools, and the pipe. The other suspect was cited for the alcohol container and released. Report number: 170125304Serious Incidents:2:38pm Ocean & Alemany TheftA man walked into Ingleside Station and told Police Services Aide Bautista that he was robbed of his cell phone. He further explained that he was sitting in the back of a #49 Muni bus when it stopped at Ocean and Alemany. An unknown fellow passenger got up and grabbed the cell phone from his hand, jumped off the bus, and ran away westbound on Ocean toward San Jose Avenue. The victim used his “find my IPhone” app which pinpointed the stolen phone in vicinity of 7th and McAllister Streets. Report number: 170126443Vehicle and Other Incidents:02:00am 100 Blk Madrid Vandalism to Vehicle03:38am 100 Blk Burnside Theft from Vehicle03:48am 300 Blk Sussex Attempted Burglary07:30am Mission/Onondaga Traffic Violation Arrest08:09am 50 Phelan Avenue Disabled Placard Violation09:21am San Jose/Santa Rosa Traffic Violation Arrest09:56am 2100 Blk Castro Recovered Vehicle10:00am Unit Blk McCarthy Battery02:53pm Geneva/Carter Traffic Collision04:52pm Unit Blk John V Young Restraining Order Violation06:30pm 5200 Blk Diamond Heights Vandalism to Vehicle08:40pm 700 Blk Chenery Theft from Vehicle08:50pm 700 Blk Visitacion Threats09:45pm Unit Blk College Terrace Burglary10:00pm Unit Blk Surrey Stolen and Recovered Vehicle
Posted by SFPD Ingleside Station at 12:46 PM
Saturday, February 18, 2017
Incident Date:Sunday, February 12th, 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 Incidents:12:02am 100 Blk. Precita RobberyA man looking down and texting on his phone was suddenly punched in the head, which then knocked him to the ground. But the suspect wasn’t finished. The victim said the suspect kept punching him several more times before grabbing his phone and running to a waiting vehicle. Ingleside Officers Colclough interviewed the victim while he was being treated for his injuries at UCSF medical center. A description of the getaway vehicle, a four door Honda Civic, was broadcast to Ingleside and Mission Station officers. Report number: 1701216695:40pm Geneva & Delano RobberyIngleside Officers Mendiola and Debellis were dispatched to a report of a robbery. The victim told the officers that he was walking eastbound on Geneva when he spotted two suspects, both wearing hooded sweatshirts. The suspects approached him and punched him several times in the head. One snatched his glasses and the victim, who had a camera attached to a cord around his neck, offered the item to the robbers if they would stop hitting him. The robbers took the offer and ran south on Delano with the camera. Medical help arrived and treated the victim at the scene. Report number: 170123314
Vehicle and Other Incidents:12:01am Unit Blk Prospect Theft from Vehicle10:34am 500 Blk Gennessee Stolen License Plate Tabs11:30am Ottawa/Del Monte Hit and Run12:00pm 200 Blk Santos Battery12:00pm Unit Blk Argonaut Restraining Order Violation12:26pm 3300 Blk Mission Warrant Arrest03:30pm Unit Blk Raleigh Battery08:16pm 4200 Blk Folsom Hit and Run11:30pm Santos/Geneva Assault
Posted by SFPD Ingleside Station at 3:58 PM
Incident Date:Saturday, February 11th, 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:6:25pm 500 Blk. Campbell Hot Prowl BurglaryIngleside Officers Ahern and Quinlan were dispatched to a home where a trespasser, who had broken into the home before, had returned. The officers found the suspect in the home’s backyard and placed him under arrest. Witnesses said the suspect had gained entry to the home through the backyard and had taken items from the home. The officers after recovering the stolen items in a nearby vehicle, and after reviewing surveillance video from nearby homes, arrested the suspect for burglary, forcible entry, and theft. He was taken to Ingleside Station and booked for those crimes. Report number: 170120489Serious Incidents:3:40pm Geneva & San Jose Aggravated AssaultA man crossing the street was knocked out by a motorist. The victim told Ingleside Officer Kikuchi that he was walking across the intersection at Geneva and San Jose when the driver of a red car, making a left turn, drove in front of him and stopped. The driver got out of the car and yelled, “what the ….”, and punched him in the head. The victim fell and lost consciousness. The driver sped away. The victim was taken to UCSF for treatment of his injuries before being released. Report number: 170119880Vehicle and Other Incidents:04:00am Unit Blk Nahua Theft from Vehicle10:00am Unit Blk John V Young Stolen Vehicle01:30pm 600 Blk La Grande Battery02:57pm 100 Blk Rome Dog Bite03:00pm 400 Blk Moscow Theft from Vehicle04:15pm 5100 Blk Mission Threats05:00pm 5411 Diamond Heights Stolen Vehicle05:40pm 1000 Blk Visitacion Assault08:00pm Alemany/Geneva Stolen Vehicle08:20pm 300 Blk Gambier Burglary09:00pm 500 Blk Wilde Vandalism to Property09:45pm Mission/Murray Theft09:58pm Persia/Madrid Vandalism to Vehicle10:16pm 300 Blk Duncan Burglary
Posted by SFPD Ingleside Station at 3:32 PM
Thursday, February 16, 2017
Incident Date:Friday, February 10th, 2017We 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
Posted by SFPD Ingleside Station at 3:04 PM