Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Incident Date:
Tuesday, September 27th, 2011


5:41pm      Mission/Eugenia        Narcotics
Officers Murphy and Pedersen were dispatched to the call of a woman who was being intimidating by various males.  Upon their arrival they spoke with her and she stated that a group of males had been giving her strange looks while standing on the corner and felt intimidated.  The officers were unable to locate the individuals but the victim gave a description of them and escorted the victim to an area where she felt safe.  They met with a witness who confirmed that there were several males on the corner bothering the girl.  The officers searched the area and detained a male who matched the description given.  A record check revealed he was on active probation and a search of his person located a glass pipe known to the officers to be used for Methamphetamine inhalation.  The officers contacted the assigned probation officer who instructed them to cite and release the suspect. 
Report Number 110780190

12:20pm   Church/Duncan            Unlicensed Driver
Officer Preston was dispatched to the scene of an accident involving a truck and a MUNI light rail vehicle.  A record check of the male who had been driving the truck revealed he was driving on an expired license, his registration was expired and he had no insurance.  Additionally, the suspect had an active warrant.  He was arrested and booked for the violations.  Report Number 110779046

6:21pm      200 Blk Harkness      Warrant Arrest
Officers Abucay and Tam were dispatched to the call of a fight.  Upon arrival they made contact with the reportee who stated the individual she was arguing with was sitting in his car in front of the home.  The officers made contact with the male and a record check revealed he had an outstanding warrant.  He was taken into custody without incident and booked for the warrant.  Report Number 110672525

11:14pm   400 Blk Anderson      DUI
Officers Burke and Chan were on patrol when they observed a vehicle with severe front end damage and a broken windshield on Cortland.  They affected a traffic stop and identified the driver by his California Driver’s License.  The driver displayed signs of being under the influence of possible alcohol or drugs and admitted to having been drinking.  The officers placed him under arrest and radioed into dispatch if anyone had reported any possible accidents or hit and runs due to the amount of damage to the vehicle the suspect was driving.  A positive result returned for a recent accident which had occurred outside of the district.  The victims of that accident (which was a hit and run) were brought to the scene where the individual was detained and they positively identified him as the driver of the vehicle who had hit them.  The driver of the vehicle voluntarily submitted to various field sobriety tests and he failed to complete them properly.  He was transported to Mission Station where the officers administered a breath test.  The results of their observations and the symptoms the suspect displayed of being intoxicated, as well as the failure to pass the sobriety tests determined the suspect to be under the influence of alcohol and unable to safely operate a motor vehicle.  He was booked for the violations.  Report Number 110780689

11:30pm   600 Blk Monterey      Agg. Assault
Officers Lozano and Ma responded to the call of a stabbing.  Various other Ingleside units respond to assist.  They spoke with a witness who stated he was waiting for the bus when he heard a female screaming for help.  The witness said he saw two males fighting and that one was on top of the other one stabbing him with an unidentified object.  The witness stated the suspects boarded a black vehicle and provided the officers with a description and possible license plate number.  Several officers canvassed the area.  Officers Chan and Nibungco detained a male in the general area who fit the description of the suspect.  The suspect admitted that he was carrying a knife and one of the officers seized the knife using latex gloves.  The knife appeared to have blood stains on it and the suspect stated that he had been attacked and was defending himself in an altercation he had recently been involved in. 

A call was dispatched to the officers where the victim was and the caller advised the victim was bleeding from the head.  An ambulance was summoned and the officers responded to the address provided.  The victim was transported to the hospital with stab wounds to the neck and back.  The officers set up a crime scene and seized the clothing of the victim before he was transported

Sgt. Turner and other officers responded back to the area where the suspect was detained with the witness.  The witness positively identified the detained suspect as the individual who had stabbed the victim.  Two other witnesses also came forward and were able to identify the suspect who was then taken into custody.  The officers were able to view video surveillance from one of the stores nearby and they observed the suspect in the altercation with the victim.   The officers were provided with a copy of the video surveillance. 

The suspect was transported back to Ingleside station where his clothing was removed as evidence and he was given a property receipt.  The officers booked the suspect into custody.  They booked into evidence various statements from the witnesses, the audio disk, the property receipts and crime scene log.  Report Number 110777642

Other incidents:        

0:09am      Unit Blk Blythdale      Robbery
Officers Seavey and Padilla responded to a carjacking.  The victim advised that he was at a friend’s house in an unknown location where (possibly the Sunnydale projects) he went in his friend’s home to use the restroom.  The victim said that when he returned to his vehicle a group of approximately 5 males approached him and began demanding he given them things.  Suddenly, and without provocation, the victim said he was then punched in his left eye and nose with what he believed was the butt of a pistol.  Victim said he did not lose consciousness but when he finally realized what was happening he saw his vehicle drive off and noticed various items missing from his person.  The officers were unable to notice any visible injuries or swelling to the victim’s face, and although he complained of pain he refused medical assistance.  The victim said he did not call the police right away but looked around the area for any signs of his vehicle.  He flagged down a taxi driver who allowed the victim to use his phone to call the police for help.  The victim said he did not get a good look at the suspects, does not know who they are and could not identify them if he saw them again.  The officers searched the area with the victim unsuccessfully for the vehicle and the suspects.  They took a stolen vehicle report and provided the victim with follow up information.  Report Number 110780930

4:01am      5000 Blk Mission       Robbery
Officer Padilla responded to the call of a robbery.  He met with victim who was crying and observed visible injuries to her facial area.  The officer immediately summoned an ambulance to assist her.  The victim told the officer that she was walking on
Mission Street
when she felt she was being followed.  She turned and noticed a male behind her so she began to walk faster.  The victim said she was then grabbed from behind and pushed to the ground.  The suspect then took the victim’s purse and boarded a vehicle which fled away at a high rate of speed on
Mission Street
.  The victim then called the police.  The victim said she did not get a good look at the suspect and could not recognize him if she saw him again.  The officers responded to a nearby grocery store where they viewed its surveillance video but were unable to see the assault on the tape.  The officers took photos of the victim which they booked into evidence at Ingleside station.  Officers canvassed the area unsuccessfully for any sign of a vehicle matching the description or the suspects.  The victim was transported to the hospital for further medical clearance.  Report Number 110781148

5:30am      1600 Blk Silliman       Vandalism
Officers Johnson and Bernard were dispatched to the call of a vandalism.  They met with victim who stated that she locked and secured her vehicle and when she returned found various windows shattered.  She was unable to provide any further information and did not see anyone vandalize her vehicle.  Report Number 110778123

5:37am      4400 Blk Mission       Burglary
CPSAs Der and Navarro responded to a burglary.  They met with victim who said he locked and secured the property and this morning received a call from his alarm company regarding the alarm being activated.  He responded to the premise and noticed pad lock pieces on the ground and that the chain link and locks were missing.  The victim stated that no entry was made to the premise and there was nothing missing.  The CPSAs took pictures of the scene which they booked into evidence at Ingleside station.  They processed the scene for any fingerprint evidence but it returned with negative results.  Report Number 110777937

10:30am    100 Blk Maynard        Threats
A victim responded to Ingleside station and told PSA Zabarte that he had been receiving threatening phone calls from a person who had hired him to do some work.  The victim explained that he had told the suspect he would be returning his money as soon as he had the opportunity but the suspect continued calling and the victim felt threatened.  Victim said he wanted the incident documented should anything further occur.  Report Number 110779256

12:15pm   400 Blk Lansdale       Burglary
CPSAs Navarro and Der responded to a burglary.  They met with the victim who explained that he locked and secured his home and when he returned found the rear doors to the home open and various items missing.  The CPSAs determined the rear doors to be the area where the suspect entered as they were unable to find any other evidence of forced entry.  CPSA Der processed the scene for latent prints and took photos which were booked into evidence at Ingleside station.  Report Number 110779212

1:30pm      4000 Blk Mission       Burglary
CPSAs Navarro, Der and Lee responded to a burglary.  They met with several victims who stated the premises had been left secure.  They returned this morning and found several cabinets had been pried open and several items taken.  The officers were unable to locate any sign of forced entry and the victims advised that several people, including the janitors have access and keys to the premises.  The CPSAs processed the areas the suspect may have touched for latent fingerprints which returned with negative results.  They took photos of the damaged cabinets which they booked into evidence at Ingleside station.  Report Number 110776086

6:00pm      300 Blk Ellington       Vandalism
CPSAs Der, Lee and Navarro were dispatched to the vandalism of a vehicle.  They spoke with victim who told them that he parked and secured his vehicle and when he returned found his tires had been slashed but no entry had been made to the vehicle.  The CPSAs took pictures of the vehicle which they booked into evidence at Ingleside station.  They provided the victim with follow up information.
Report Number 110775157

8:50pm     800 Blk Lisbon            Robbery
Officers Habib and Dilag responded to a strong arm robbery.  They located the victim who was bleeding from the head area and immediately summoned and ambulance to render to his aid.  The victim was a Spanish speaker and Officer Anderson responded to assist in the translation.  The victim stated that he was walking on Lisbon when three suspects approached him and surrounded him.  The victim said he was afraid and one of the suspects demanded money from him in Spanish.  When the victim said he didn’t have any money he was hit in the head with a stick.  He fell to the ground and the suspects grabbed some jewelry from his person as well as several other items.  The suspects then fled down Lisbon. The victim gave a vague description of the suspects and stated he could not identify them if he saw them again.  The officers took pictures of the victim’s injuries which they booked into evidence at Ingleside station.  They searched the area unsuccessfully for the suspects.  The victim was transported to the hospital for further medical evaluation. Report Number 110777329

10:10pm   1000 Blk Huron          Burglary
Officers Jones and Benavides were on patrol when they were dispatched to a possible hot prowl burglary.  Victim advised that she was standing in her home when an unknown male came to her front door and began ringing the doorbell.  Victim looked through the surveillance cameras and did not recognize him so she did not open the door.  The suspect then went downstairs and began knocking on another door.  The suspect then left.  Shortly thereafter, the same suspect returned, continued knocking on doors and began breaking things.  Victim then called the police.  The officers observed damage to the exterior metal gate to the lower door as they searched the area.  They were able to view the surveillance video where they were able to see the suspect ride away on a bicycle which victim said belonged to her husband.  Victim then recognized the suspect as an acquaintance of someone who was working on the property.  The officers took pictures of the damages and advised her that SFPD Crime Investigations Unit would be responding to process the scene.  Report Number 110774585

10:30pm   200 Blk Delano           Theft
A victim responded to Ingleside station and told PSA Cato that she locked and secured her vehicle and when she returned found a window shattered and several items missing.  She was unable to provide the PSA with any further information.  Report Number 110776882


05:50am        Oneida/San Jose                 H&R
08:00am        Geneva/San Jose                Traffic Collision       
11:05am        Powhattan/Nebraska          Recovered Vehicle 
8:00pm          100 Blk Russia                    Stolen License Plate
10:00pm        Unit Blk Sussex                   Stolen Vehicle
10:00pm        Athens/Brazil                        Recovered Vehicle