Sunday, October 30, 2011

October 29, 2011

Incident Date:
Saturday, October 29th, 2011


11:38pm              Brookdale & Santos               Warrant
Officers Seavey and Padilla were on patrol when they spotted a suspect that they knew was on probation.  The suspect was with another male subject.  The officers stopped to contact the suspect, and also identified the second man.  The first suspect was cleared of any warrants, but the second subject was wanted for a parole violation.  The officers arrested the subject.  Report 110871391

4:25pm                Paul & San Bruno Ave           Possession
Officers Obot and Johnson were dispatched to a call of a person with a gun.  Dispatch informed the officers that there were several other subjects with the suspect.  The officers searched the area for several minutes and spotted two suspects standing next to each other talking.  The suspects looked at the officers.  The first suspect reached his hand into his jacket and then zipped it closed as if trying to conceal something.  The suspect turned and looked at the officers several times.  The officers noticed that suspect’s jacket was a heavy, puffed jacket and noted that the weather at the time was very warm.  Based on the officer’s experience, suspects often wear heavy jackets, even on warmer days, to conceal firearms.  The officers made contact with both suspects.  Officer Obot conducted a pat search of the first suspect in the heavy jacket for weapons.  The officer immediately felt what he recognized to be a handgun and swiftly placed the suspect under arrest.  Several other subjects surrounded the officers yelling aggressively demanding that they let the suspect go.  The officers called for other PD units to respond for assistance.  Several officers responded and assisted in controlling the surrounding subjects.  The handgun was then retrieved from the inside of the suspect’s jacket pocket and secured.  The suspect was transported to Ingleside Station where he was booked on possession of a loaded firearm.  Report 110873494 ***BEST ARREST OF THE DAY!!***

6:18pm                400 Blk Madrid St                  Stay Away
Officers Chang and Abucay responded to a report of an argument.  The victim told the officers that she had asked the suspect to help her move a piece of furniture.  The suspect accidently dropped the furniture, causes drawers to fall out.  This angered the victim, who began to yell at the suspect.  The suspect agreed with the victim’s story.  A records check revealed that the victim had an active stay away order from the suspect.  The suspect was arrested for violating the stay away order.  Report 110873789

Other incidents:  

2:46am                4400 Blk Mission St                 Mischief
CPSA’s Lee, Callaghan and Navarro were dispatched to a report of a broken window.  A witness said that he saw the window intact earlier in the evening.  When he went outside later to smoke, he realized someone had broken the window.  It did not appear as if the suspect entered the premise because nothing was disturbed inside.  Report 110872813

8:00am                300 Blk Dorado Terrace         Vandalism
PSA Heckenberg-Tognozzi took a report regarding vandalism of a vehicle.  The victim returned to his vehicle and discovered that several of its windows had been smashed.  Nothing was taken from inside.  Report 110869697
11:10am              5600 Blk Mission St                 Burglary
CPSA’s Navarro and Lee responded to a report of a burglary.  The victims returned home and entered the premise.  They noticed that several of their personal items were on the floor and realized that many items were missing. It was unclear how the suspect entered the premise since there were no signs of forced entry and the doors were all locked upon the victim’s return.  Report 110872888

11:44am              3400 Mission St                        Burglary
Officers Bernard and Johnson were dispatched to a theft report.  Two suspects entered the victim’s store and approached the ATM machine.  The suspects threw the ATM machine onto the ground, picked it up and carried it out of the front door.  The victim watched the suspects put the machine into the back seat of an older sedan.  The victim alerted the manger, who called the police.  The suspects fled.  Report 110872634

12:50pm              Unit Blk Del Vale Ave             Burglary
Officers Pai and Turner responded to a report of an attempted burglary.  The victim was at home when a suspect rang the doorbell.  The victim looked through the peep hole and saw the suspect walking away from the door and then out of view.  The suspect returned to the front door, this time carrying a crow bar.  The victim heard a noise as if the suspect was trying to pry the door open.  The victim yelled through the door that she was called the police.  The suspect fled.  Report 110869857

1:56pm                500 Blk Cortland Ave              Theft
Officer Hornstein was dispatched to call regarding theft.  Two suspects had entered the victim’s place of business and looked around.  The suspects left, and then returned a short time later.  One suspect asked the victim for help, and she walked to the back of the store with her.  The second suspect grabbed a bag full of cash from the front counter and fled.  The second suspect fled after the first.  Report 110873080

5:00pm                700 Blk Moultrie St                 Disturbance
Officers Campos and Chan responded to a report of a possible fight.  The victim told the officers that he has an ongoing problem with the suspect.  In this case, the victim was BBQ’ing.  The suspect walked by and kicked over the BBQ and fled.  Report 110873676

5:00pm                1800 Sunnydale Ave                Burglary
Officers Hart and Barajas were flagged down by a victim regarding a burglary.  The victim told the officers she left her residence and closed her window, but does not remember locking it.  When she returned home, she discovered the window was open and cash missing from inside.  Nothing else seemed to have been taken.  Report 110873654

5:30pm                Unit Blk Blythdale Ave           Theft
Officer Duffin was flagged down by a victim.  The victim had a 12 week old puppy in her residence.  She left her front door to her residence slightly ajar, but not enough that the puppy could get out.  Later, she discovered that the puppy was gone.  A witness told her she saw a possible suspect carrying a puppy that looked similar to hers.  Report 110873212

9:30pm                San Jose & Niagara Ave        Robbery
Officers Lozano and McCall were dispatched to a report of a robbery.  The victim was walking down the street when a suspect struck him in the back of the neck, causing the victim to fall to the ground. The suspect demanded the victim’s money.  The suspect kicked the victim several times in the face and on his body.  The victim passed out for about 10 minutes.  When he came to, the victim realized the suspect made off with $20 from his pocket.  Report 110874743


  8:00am          Unit Blk Arbor                        Stolen vehicle
12:30pm          1400 Blk Guerrero                  Hit & Run
  2:03pm          Geneva & 280 0n ramp           Vehicle accident
  3:00pm          700 Blk Cayuga Ave               Hit & Run