Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Sunday, September 25, 2011

Incident Date:
Sunday, September 25th, 2011


7:28am      Unit Blk Coleridge     Battery
Officer Giannini and various other Ingleside units responded to the call of a battery.  Dispatch gave a description of a male suspect and Sgt. Escobar detained a male matching the description.  Officer Giannini met with the victim who advised that she was taking out her garbage when a male approached her and startled her.  She told the person to move away from her and the male suddenly slapped her across the face and hit her in the shoulder.  Victim stated she was not injured, did not know the suspect and refused medical assistance.  Officer Giannini advised that Sgt. Escobar had a suspect matching the description given and the victim agreed to go with the officer to see if she could identify the suspect.  The victim was transported to the area where the suspect was detained where she positively identified the individual as the person who had battered her.  The suspect was transported to the hospital due to his demeanor and the fact that he struggled with the officers although he had no complaint of pain.  At the direction of Sgt. Escobar he was cited for the battery.
Report Number 110772658

5:20pm      5500 Blk Mission       Threats
Officers Nigunco and Chan were dispatched to a threats call.  They made contact with victim who advised that she was at home when she heard someone banging on her garage door.  She looked out of her window and noticed three males in dark clothing and asked them why they were banging on the door.  The males began screaming profanities at her and victim said she recognized one of the as her neighbor.  The neighbor screamed at the victim telling her to open the door because he had forgotten his keys.  Before she was able to respond the suspect began screaming repeatedly that he was going to “kill her and her boyfriend.”  The suspect then began throwing rocks and beer cans at her window.  The suspect was able to enter the building and began banging on her door and continued yelling in a threatening manner.  Victim was scared and called the police.  When the officers arrived she asked if they would stand by while she packed a bag because she was afraid to stay in her apartment.  The officers did so and escorted her outside of the building. 

A few minutes later the officers located a suspect who matched the description the victim had provided and detained him.  The victim had given the officers his name and the suspect detained admitted to the officers that that was his name.  They made contact with the victim and advised her that they had detained the suspect and she asked that they arrest him because she wanted to press charges.  The victim was granted an Emergency Protective Order and the suspect was booked for the threats at Ingleside Police Station.  Report Number 110774325

9:36pm      4200 Blk Mission       Narcotics
Officers Hurwitz and Daggett were searching for a known suspect regarding narcotics for sale and possible gun possession.  Sgt. Lozada and various other Ingleside units assisted in the search.  Sgt. Lozada observed the wanted suspect driving in the area and was advised by Officer Hurwitz that a computer check revealed he had a suspended license.  The officers affected a traffic stop after they observed the suspect perform an illegal turn.  At Sgt. Lozada’s direction the vehicle was driven back to Ingleside station while the male suspect was taken into custody and transported to the station pending further investigation.  An arrest search revealed a small pouched containing two small plastic bags with a white crystal substance, believed to be Methamphetamine.  Officer Daggett performed a presumptive test on the substance which returned positive for Methamphetamine.  The suspect was read his Miranda rights and agreed to speak with the officers.  He admitted that the narcotics were his and he knew that he had been driving on a suspended license.  He was therefore booked for the above charges without incident.  Report Number 110774701

Other incidents:        

1:00am      Unit Blk Excelsior      Vandalism
CPSAs Navarro, Der and Lee responded to the call of a vandalism.  The victim advised that she had parked her vehicle and left it unlocked because it was street cleaning day on her block.  She was later notified by a friend that a known suspect had thrown an object at the vehicle and slashed three of the tires.  They called the suspect who admitted that he had damaged the vehicle because he was feeling “disrespected.”  Victim stated the incident had occurred a few days ago and had been too busy to make a report earlier.  She was uncertain where the suspect could be located and had already replaced the tires on her vehicle.  She was provided with follow up information.  Report Number 110773220

1:38am      4400 Blk Mission       Agg. Assault
Officer Lundy responded to the call of a battery.  When he arrived the victim was being treated by the paramedics and had suffered various cuts and bruises to the facial area.  The victim spoke minimal English and Officer Contreras was able to translate for Officer Lundy.  The victim was belligerent and combative and extremely intoxicated.  The only thing Officer Contreras was able to understand was that the victim had been beaten up by various males who did not know and probably could not recognize.  The victim was given follow up information and transported to the hospital for medical clearance.  Report Number 110774892

3:35am      400 Blk Leland          Burglary
Officers Apodaca and Gabriel, as well as various other Ingleside units were dispatched to a possible hot prowl.  The officers did a protective sweep of the premises which was negative for any suspect.  They met with the victim who advised that she was in her bedroom sleeping when she was awakened by someone who had opened her bedroom door.  The suspect turned on the light and had a stick in his hand and told the victim not to move.  The victim hid under her blanket and called the police.  When she looked up again the suspect was gone.  Victim did not get a good look at the suspect and said she probably could not identify him.  She stated that she resides in the home with her son who was not home at the time.  The victim said she was not injured and refused medical treatment.  The officers searched the home and found damage to the front door which appeared to have been pried open.  They found no other signs of forced entry.  They determined the front door area to be where the suspect had entered and took pictures of the damages which they booked into evidence at Ingleside station.  Officers searched the area for the suspect with negative results.  Report Number 110772363

10:10am    400 Blk Rolph           Explosive Device
Officers Lim and Chew responded to the call of a suspicious device.  The reportee said she was in her garden when she noticed what appeared to be a hand grenade.  The officers located the object, set up a perimeter and evacuated the adjoining homes.  At Sgt. Escobar’s instruction the SFPD Bomb Squad Unit was requested and they responded and took custody of the device.  Report Number 110772921

12:30pm   200 Blk Duncan         Theft
Officer Sanchez and various other Ingleside units responded to the call of a theft from a person.  She met with the victim who advised that he arrived home and found his a known suspect and a few friends sleeping in the living room.  The victim stated his sister lived with him and she had given them permission to spend the night there.  The victim noticed a wallet that he claimed had been missing for several months near one of individuals.  He confronted the known suspect, took his cellular phone and told him that he was not going to return his cellular phone until the suspect returned his walled.  The suspect grabbed a knife and began threatening the victim and demanding his cellular phone back.  Another individual who resides in the home took the knife away and the suspect jumped on the victim, punched him repeatedly and left the area.  The victim had visible bruising and cuts and the officers immediately summoned an ambulance to treat him.  Officers searched the area for the suspect but were unable to locate him.  Report Number 110773333

6:53pm      4200 Blk Mission     Weapons
Officers Hurwitz and Daggett met at Ingleside Police Station with the owners of an apartment home regarding suspicious activity.  They stated that they were clearing out the garage when they located several bags of a white substance, as well as several empty plastic bags, which they showed the officers who suspect it to be methamphetamine.  The officers responded to the address with the owners and located a glass smoking pipe and a gun, all which were in plain view.  The owners advised that there was only one other individual who shared the garage with them and this individual was known to the officers from prior contacts.  A few minutes later Sgt. Lozada observed the individual driving and affected a traffic stop knowing that the individual was driving on a suspended license.  The individual was transported to Ingleside station where he was mirandized and questioned regarding the items discovered.  He denied all the accusations and was released from the station.  The vehicle was towed to auto return.  Report Number 110774290

7:00pm     100 Blk Brompton     Theft
Victim responded to Ingleside station and told PSA Cato that he had locked and secured his vehicle and when he returned found a window smashed and various items missing.  PSA Cato fingerprinted the vehicle for any evidence but the results were negative.  The victim was unable to provide any further information regarding the theft.  Report Number  110773559

7:49pm      200 Blk 28th St.         Robbery
Officers Paris and Shugars were on patrol when they were dispatched to a robbery.  Victim advised that he was standing in front of his home when someone approached him from behind and told him to give him his cellular phone.  The victim refused to do so and the suspect displayed a knife and told him he saw him using his phone.  The victim was afraid and handed the cellular phone to the suspect who fled on foot on 28th Street.  The officers broadcast a description of the suspect and units responded to the area to search for him.  The victim said he was not injured, refused medical assistance and stated he did not believe he would be able to identify the suspect if he saw him again.  The officer’s search of the area for the suspect was unsuccessful.  Report Number 110774284

10:00pm   Unit Blk Monterey      Theft
A victim responded to Ingleside station and told Officer Coles that he parked and secured his vehicle and when he returned found a window smashed and several items missing.  Victim had already repaired the vehicle and requested a report number for insurance purposes.  He was unable to provide any further information.  Report Number 110773331

11:35pm   Bonview/Eugenia      Att. Robbery
Officers Ferronato and Anderson were dispatched to a robbery.  They met with victim who told them she was walking on Eugenia when an unknown male ran towards her.  The suspect grabbed the victim’s shirt and told her to give her his wallet.  The victim began to scream and the suspect put his hand in his pocket to simulate he had a gun.  The victim told him not to play like he had a gun and the suspect followed her for a block then walked away.  The victim stated she was not injured and refused medical assistance.  She said she did not know the suspect but believes she could identify him if she saw him again.  The officers searched the area unsuccessfully for the suspect.  Report Number 110774751


01:40am        200 Blk Pioche                     Recovered Vehicle
4:00pm           800 Blk Sunnydale              Stolen Vehicle
5:00pm           400 Blk Raymond                Stolen Truck