Wednesday, November 30, 2011

November 29, 2011

Incident Date:
Tuesday, November 29th, 2011


8:26pm                 Unit Blk Pope                Narcotics            
Officers Hauscarriague, Almaguer and Hom were informed by another officer that an address in the district was trafficking narcotics and that the resident of the home was on active felony probation.  The officers began conducting surveillance in the area when they observed two subjects leave the home.  The description provided regarding the individual on probation matched one of the subjects exiting the home.  The officers detained the subjects and learned that neither of the detained individuals was the subject they were in search of.  However, a record check made on the detainees revealed that one of them was also on active probation with a search condition.  The individual on probation was asked if he had anything illegal in his possession and the suspect handed him two clear plastic baggies containing a white crystalline rocklike substance which the officers believed to be Methamphetamine.  The suspect was placed under arrest and the other subject was released at the scene. 

The officers responded to the arrestee’s home in attempts of doing a probation search of the premise.  An individual answered the door, told the officer’s that he resided there and allowed the officers inside after the officers told him why they were there.  A search of the arrestee’s bedroom located a firearm and ammunition which the officer’s confiscated as evidence and provided the resident of the home with a property receipt.  The suspect was transported to Ingleside police station and booked for the narcotics and having possession of a firearm at the instruction of Sgt. Inocencio.  The white substance tested positive for Methamphetamine and it was hand delivered to the narcotics drop box at the Hall of Justice.  Report number 110959533 

Other incidents:  

5:00pm                 Unit Blk Garrison         Vandalism
CPSAs Der and Navarro were sent to investigate a possible burglary.  They met with reportee who advised that the maintenance workers arrived to work on a unit that morning and noticed one of the door knobs on an exterior side door had been damaged.  There was no other sign of forced entry and the suspect had not entered the unit.  The reportee advised there was nothing missing from the unit and wanted the incident documented.  Neither she nor the maintenance workers were able to provide any further information regarding the suspect.  Due to the lack of physical evidence the CPSAs did not process the scene.  The reportee was provided with follow up information.  Report number 110958068

9:00pm                 400 Blk Silver               Vandalism
CPSAs Navarro, Callaghan and Lee were dispatched to the vandalism of a vehicle.  They met with reportee who told them that she parked and secured her vehicle and when she returned found the driver’s side window and left headlight damaged.  She was unable to provide any further suspect information and was provided with follow up information.  The CPSAs took pictures of the damage to the vehicle which they booked into evidence at Ingleside station.  Report number 110957446

9:45pm                 100 Blk Brompton        Robbery
Officers Park and Chang responded to the call of a person screaming for help.  They arrived and met with the victim who had visible cuts to her hands and face.  The officers offered her medical assistance which she refused.  The victim told them that she was walking on Brompton when she observed a male walk past her.  A few seconds later she was tackled to the ground and the suspect grabbed her purse and attempted to yank it from her hand.  The victim said she began screaming for help and felt pain to her wrist area so she let go of the purse.  The suspect then ran down Brompton and boarded a vehicle near Joost Street which sped away.  A resident in the area who had heard the victim screaming exited her home to assist her and called the police.  The victim and resident did not see the suspect and could not identify him if they saw him again.  The victim was provided with follow up information.  Officers canvassed the area for the suspect and vehicle to no avail.  Report number 110959759


  7:10am           Moscow/Geneva          Traffic Collision
12:00pm           800 Blk Prentiss           Stolen Auto
  2:59pm           100 Blk Harvard          Recovered Auto
  5:30pm           500 Blk Arlington         Stolen Auto
  6:00pm           100 Blk Moffit             Traffic Collision
  6:31pm           800 Blk Eugenia           Recovered Auto
  9:00pm           200 Blk 27th St.           Stolen Auto

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

November 28, 2011

Incident Date:
Monday, November 28th, 2011


4:46pm                 3400 Blk Mission           Burglary             
Officer Hurwitz responded to the call of a burglary.  An anonymous caller had advised dispatch that there were two males outside of his front window attempting to break into a home.  The caller advised that one male had a screwdriver and was attempting to remove bars from the window of a home and another male was looking around as if he was the “look out.”  The caller provided a detailed description of the men and the home they were attempting to enter.  Officers Conceicao and Barajas responded to assist and detained both men in front of the home.  The resident of the home arrived on scene and noticed the window she had secured and locked had been forced open and the bars on the outside of the window removed.  She advised that she knew the males who were detained but had not given them permission to enter the premises.  The officers placed both men under arrest.  An arrest search located various tools known to the officers to be used to perform burglaries as well as a glass smoking pipe believed to be used to ingest Methamphetamine.  The officers took pictures of the damage to the home which they booked into evidence at Ingleside station.

Both suspects were transported to Ingleside station where they were mirandized and agreed to speak with the officers.  They admitted to being in the area and attempting to enter the home because they were cold.  They knew, however, that the owner would be upset if they entered without her permission and decided not to enter.  That is when the police arrived and detained them.  Both men were booked at Ingleside station for the burglary and possession of burglary tools at the instruction of Sgt. Rainsford.  Report number 110956357  **BEST ARREST OF THE DAY**

9:32pm                 1800 Blk Sunnydale      Warrant              
Officer Gonzalez and various other Ingleside officers were on patrol in the Sunnydale Housing Projects when they were conducting probation checks and warrant services of suspects.  They knocked at the door of a known suspect who had an active warrant for his arrest.  The male answered the door and was identified by his San Francisco Police mug shot.  The suspect stepped out of his resident, was advised of the warrant and was taken into custody without incident.  He was booked at Ingleside station at the instruction of Sgt. Lozada upon confirmation of the warrant.  Report number 110956959

Other incidents:  

2:30am                 Unit Blk Leland             Burglary
Officers Morgante and Turner were sent to investigate a burglary.  Upon their arrival they noticed vertical iron bars on a section of the building had been pulled apart and a window had been smashed.  They entered the premises and noticed various items scattered in the main room.  The owner of the premises arrived and told the officers that he locked and secure the premises when he left.  He inspected the area and noticed the damage which he stated was new and advised the officers that various items were missing.  The victim advised he had a video security monitor and showed the officers the footage.  He agreed to provide the officers with a copy of the footage for Ingleside’s Special Investigations Team.  The suspect in the video is seen entering the store after breaking in and wearing gloves.  Crime Scene Investigations Team was advised and stated they would not be responding to process the scene but would be picking up the video.  The officers took pictures of the damage to the premises and the scattered items and provided the victim with follow up information.  Report number 110954969

9:45am                 100 Blk Park                Fraud
Officers Thompson and Altamirano were dispatched to a fraud.  The victim advised that he went to make a withdrawal from his bank and was advised that there was insufficient funds in the account.  He checked his account online and noticed various transactions which he had not authorized had been made.  He was advised by the bank to file a police report.  The officers provided the victim with follow up information.  He was unable to provide any information on the suspect to the officers and told them he gave noone permission to withdraw any funds from his account.  Report number 110956175

10:30am               Unit Blk Onondaga       Theft
A victim responded to Ingleside station and told PSA Cato that he was working construction at a site and noticed a few males loitering by one of their work trucks.  The victim stated that the building they were working on was closed but the front door to the lobby area was unlocked.  The victim said he left various items unattended and when he returned found the items missing.  He did not see anyone take the items and wanted the incident documented for insurance purposes.  He was provided with follow up information.  Report number 110955917

1:40pm                 Unit Blk Phelan             Theft
SFCCPD Officer Hakes was sent to investigate a theft.  The victim advised that he placed several items inside a locker and secured the locker with a padlock.  When he returned he found the padlock attached and the locker closed but his items were missing.  He was unable to provide any further information to the officer and was provided with follow up information.  Report number 110955804

4:00pm                 Unit Blk Cotter             Fraud
A victim responded to Ingleside station and told PSA Zabarte that he had received various credit cards in the mail which he had not applied for.  He notified the bank who told him that the credit cards had been activated and various transactions had been made.  When he told the bank he did not authorize the transactions and had not applied for the credit cards the bank requested he file a police report.  The victim was unable to provide any further information regarding the suspect.  He was provided with follow up information.  Report number 110955757

4:00pm                 Mission/Persia              Pickpocket
Officers Shugars and Paras responded to the call of a theft.  They met with the victim who advised that he boarded a MUNI bus, sat down and placed his cellular phone in his right pocket.  He said that a female boarded the bus and sat next to him.  When the victim exited the bus he noticed his cellular phone was not in his pocket and believed the suspect who sat next to him might have removed the phone from his pocket.  He was able to provide the officers with the MUNI bus number but not the coach or the run number.  The victim was provided with follow up information and the officers contacted MUNI dispatch to attempt to obtain a copy of the video surveillance footage.  Report number 110956460


  0:35am           Crescent/Roscoe          Traffic Collision
12:38pm           400 Blk Vienna            Recovered Auto
  2:13am           100 Blk Gladstone        Recovered Auto
  7:15pm           4900 Blk Mission         Traffic Collision
  2:00pm           Unit Blk Norwich         Stolen Auto
  9:35pm           San Jose/Geneva          H&R

November 27, 2011

Incident Date:
Sunday, November 27th, 2011


11:27am               Mission/Appleton             Assault
Officer Goldsborough and several other officers responded to a report of a shooting.  Dispatch advised the officer that a suspect was seen shooting into a vehicle.  The officers located a suspect that matched the description given by witnesses.  A victim was also located, but he was not injured.  The suspect was taken into custody.  Report 110952800  ***BEST ARREST OF THE DAY!!***

4:53pm                 Unit Blk Persia                Resisting
Officers Burke and Carrasco were on patrol when they spotted a suspect with a container that was possibly an alcoholic beverage.  The suspect saw the officers and attempted to conceal the container underneath his jacket.  The officers made contact with the suspect and confirmed that the container was alcohol.  The suspect became combative and took a fighting stance with the officers.  The officers attempted to handcuff the suspect, but he struggled in an attempt to evade officers.  The officers were finally able to handcuff the suspect.  He was cited for possession of an open alcoholic container and for delaying peace officer duties.  Report 110953591

Other incidents:  

2:00am                 Mission/Valencia            Battery
Officers McMilton and Morse responded to a report of a fight between two people.  The officers located a victim who had a bloody lip.  The victim refused to tell the officers what had happened.  The officers spotted a possible suspect fleeing the area, but were unable to detain her.  The victim refused medical attention.  Two other officers located the possible suspect.  The suspect refused to cooperate with the investigation.  She had no visible injuries.  Report 110954527

11:00am               5500 Blk Mission             Vandalism
CPSA’s Reynolds and Der were dispatched to a report of a possible burglary.  The victim showed the CPSA’s the lock on her residence door.  The lock had been damaged by an unknown suspect who shoved some object into the key hole.  No entry was ever made into the residence.  Report 110953206

11:15am               100 Blk Alemany             Assault
Officers Hart and Duffin responded to a report of a battery.  The victim sells items from a stand.  One of the items was a video camera.  A suspect approached the stand and picked up the camera.  The suspect began walking away from the stand without making any attempt to pay for the camera.  The victim went after the suspect and got the camera back from her.  The suspect punched the victim in the side of the face with a cane she was carrying.  The suspect fled.  The victim recognized the suspect from prior incidents where she attempted to steal from him.  Report 110952775

2:00pm                 Unit Blk Hearst              Trespassing
Sgt. Miller responded to a report of a trespasser.  The victim told the Sergeant that earlier in the morning she had called the police because she saw a suspect in her backyard.  The suspect fled prior to the officer’s arrival.  Later in the day, the victim located a machete on the driveway of her house that did not belong to her.  The Sergeant seized the machete.  Report 110953171

3:40pm                 McClaren Park              Theft
CPSA’s Der and Reynolds were dispatched to a report of theft from a vehicle.  The victims parked their vehicle and secured it.  The victims left on a walk, returning later.  When the victim’s returned, they discovered that a driver’s side window on their vehicle had been smashed.  Several items were stolen from inside the vehicle.  One victim said that she noticed an older vehicle parked when they left for their walk.  She said that there were three possible suspects in the vehicle that looked suspicious.  The vehicle and the possible suspects were gone when the victims returned to their vehicle.  Report 110953450

4:30pm                 Unit Blk Brentwood       Vandalism
Officer Sugitan responded to a report of vandalism.  The victim left his residence and secured the door.  When he returned, he noticed small pry marks on the door trim and several dents in the door.  No entry was made into the residence.  Report 110953676

Sunday, November 27, 2011


Incident Date:
Saturday, November 26th, 2011


2:22am                 4900 Blk Mission St               Robbery, Etc
Officers Morse, McMilton, Padilla and Seavey were on duty when they stopped by a grocery store.  As they approached the store, a uniformed employee of the store was seen exiting, following a suspect.  The employee pointed at the suspect and then pointed to his own waistband indicating that the suspect had something concealed in his waistband area.  The suspect got into the passenger side of a vehicle while holding his waistband area. One officer approached the vehicle and told the suspect to exit the car so she could investigate the incident further.  A second officer approached the driver side door and gave the driver multiple commands to exit the vehicle.  Both suspects refused to exit the vehicle.  The driver started the engine and attempted to put the vehicle into drive.  The officers feared that the driver would use the vehicle to run them over.  One officer struck the driver side window with his flashlight to break it.  The window shattered and the driver accelerated at a high rate of speed.  The driver lost control of the vehicle and slammed into the two marked police vehicles parked on the street.  The officers ran towards the scene of the accident when the driver suddenly reversed the vehicle and then pulled forward headed directly towards an officer.  The vehicle struck the officer, who rolled up onto the hood of the vehicle before falling to the ground.  The driver of the vehicle sped off without stopping.  Two officers were transported to SFGH for treatment of injuries from the broken glass and from getting hit by the vehicle.

The witness told the officers who remained on scene that the first suspect had taken two bottles of vodka from the grocery store and concealed them in the waistband of his pants.  The suspect left the store without making any attempt to pay for the items.  When the witness saw the officers, he was motioning towards his waistband to indicate that the suspect had placed the merchandise there.

A short time later, dispatch advised officers still on the scene that Daly City PD had located the vehicle involved in the incident.  Both suspects were still inside.  Daly City PD officers had stopped the vehicle because it had been driving erratically and they noticed the damage on the front of the vehicle.  The witness was transported to the scene of the traffic stop and positively identified the driver and passenger as having been involved in the incident.  Both suspects were taken into custody and booked on several felony charges.  The two bottles of vodka were recovered from the back seat in the vehicle.  Report 110949506

400 Blk Los Palmos Dr
Officers Curry and Turner were dispatched to a report of a prowler.  While en route, the officers were advised that a suspect had been on the back deck of a residence.  The witnesses said the suspect had jumped over the fence and went into a residence next door.  The officers located the residence and made contact with a possible suspect.  The suspect told the officers that he had not been trespassing.  The suspect claimed that he heard a loud argument and went to see what was going on.  The suspect said he peered over a wood railing into the next door residence to see what was going on.  The suspect said that the residences saw him looking at them and yelled, so he went back into his friend’s house.

The victims told the officers that they noticed a shadow on the back window of their house.  They looked out and saw the suspect standing on their roof.  One of the victims yelled at the suspect and asked him why he was on their roof.  The victim said the suspect looked confused and climbed down off of the roof.  The victims wanted to press charges against the suspect for trespassing and signed a citizen’s arrest. 

The suspect was transported to Ingleside station pending further investigation.  The suspect provided the officers with a statement regarding the incident and he was released from the station after having been cited for trespassing.  Report 110949813

Other incidents:  

12:17am               100 Blk Precita Ave               Robbery
Officers Otaguro and Baldovino responded to a report of a robbery.  The victim had visible injuries to his face.  The victim was highly intoxicated.  The victim told the officers that he had been sleeping in front of his house when he was approached by several suspects.  The suspects began to punch and kick the victim, and one took his cell phone.  The suspects fled the area.  A witness saw three possible suspects fleeing the area.  The victim was transported to SFGH for treatment of his injuries.  Report 110952098

10:00am               400 Blk Capistrano Ave         Theft
Officer Lundy took a report regarding theft.  The victim told the officer that the window on her vehicle had been smashed.  Several items were taken from inside.  Report 110951777

8:56pm                 4900  Blk Mission St               Theft
Officers Dilag and Khan responded to a report of shoplifting.  The witness told the officers he saw a suspect exiting the grocery store while carrying bottles of liquor.  The suspect did not make any attempt to pay for the items.  The suspect fled.  Report 110951501


  2:00am                       Unit Blk Carrizal St                 Stolen vehicle
  3:45pm                       100 Blk Brompton Ave          Stolen vehicle
  5:45pm                       Brunswick & Pope St             Vehicle accident
  9:15pm                       Mission & Valencia St            Vehicle accident


Incident Date:
Friday, November 25th, 2011


There were no arrests today.

Other incidents:  

1:30am                 Unknown Location                 Battery
Officers McMilton and Morse were dispatched to check on the well-being of a man.  The officers located the subject who was bleeding from his mouth and appeared to be a victim of a battery.  The victim had swelling to his mouth and had blood on his face.  The victim appeared to be under the influence of alcohol.  The victim told the officers that someone had punched him, but was unable to provide them with any other information.  Report 110947005

1:03pm                 100 Blk Blythdale Ave            Burglary
Officers Obot and Johnson responded to a report of a burglary.  The victim left her premise and locked and secured the door.  Upon her return, the victim found that her door was closed, but unlocked.  The victim discovered several items in her home damaged, including a television and several sweaters that had slashes cut into them.  Report 110947895 

3:00pm                 Unit Blk Gaviota Way            Burglary
Officer Goldsborough was dispatched to a report of a burglary.  The victim told the officer that he locked the door to his residence upon leaving the previous day.  Upon his return, the victim found the security gate of the residence had been breached and the front door of the residence kicked in.  Several items had been stolen from inside the residence.  Report 110948138

10:55pm               5700 Blk Mission St                Battery
Officer Archilla responded to a report of a battery.  The victim was working the front counter of his business when the suspect entered the premise.  The victim recognized the suspect as a previous customer.  The suspect began yelling profanities at the victim.  The victim came out from behind the counter and attempted to escort the suspect out of the store.  The suspect punched the victim twice in the face.  The victim told the officer that he believed the suspect was under the influence of alcohol.  The suspect fled the scene.  There was a surveillance camera that recorded the incident.  Report 110949192


There were no vehicle incidents reported today.


Incident Date:
Thursday, November 24th, 2011


1:16am                 Elk &
Paradise Ave
Officers McCall and Lozano were on patrol when they spotted a vehicle traveling with no headlights on in darkness.  The officers conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle.  Upon approach, the officers smelled a strong odor that they suspected to be marijuana coming from the passenger side of the vehicle.  The passenger admitted to having marijuana in his pocket.  The officers seized the suspected marijuana and cited the passenger for possession.  Report 110945413

Other incidents:  

Unit Blk Putnam St
Officer Coles took a report regarding attempted theft from a vehicle.  The victim returned to her vehicle and discovered that the front passenger window had been smashed.  The glove compartment was open and the contents strewn about the vehicle.  Nothing appeared to have been taken.  Report 110945968

9:00am                 Unit Blk Tingley St                 Vandalism
Officer Pedersen responded to a report of theft from a vehicle.  The officer immediately noticed several scratches to the vehicle’s driver side.  The victim said that when she had parked the vehicle, the scratches were no there.  When she returned to the vehicle, she found scratches all over the vehicle and the side view mirror was damaged.  There did not appear to be any signs of entry into the vehicle, and no items were missing.  Report 110946239


11:00am           1300 Blk Noe St                      Recovered vehicle


Incident Date:
Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011


Unit Blk Phelan Ave
SFCCPD Officer Chang responded to a report of a stalking.  The officer contacted a suspect, who appeared to be under the influence of alcohol.  A records check revealed that the suspect was wanted on two outstanding warrants.  The suspect was arrested.  Report 110942914

Unit Blk Dalewood Way
Sgt. Lozada and Officer Yuen were on patrol when dispatch broadcasted a description of a vehicle possibly involved in a burglary incident.  The officers spotted a vehicle matching the description provided occupied by three possible suspects.  The officers approached the vehicle as all three suspects exited the vehicle and fled.  The officers gave chase and lost the suspects in the area.  The officers continued to search for the suspects and spotted one running.  The officers recognized him as the driver from the suspect vehicle.  The officers caught up with the suspect and detained him pending further investigation.  A witness positively identified the suspect and the suspect’s vehicle.  The suspect was subsequently booked on burglary charges.  Report 110944001 ***BEST ARREST OF THE DAY!!***

900 Blk Ellsworth St
Officers Hopkins and several other officers responded to an address to serve a search warrant.  The officers located several different types of narcotics and narcotics paraphernalia indicating narcotic sales.  One suspect was arrested on narcotic charges.  Report 110944750

Other incidents:  

3400 Mission St
Officers Dominguez and Benevidez responded to a report of an assault.  The victim was exiting a bar when he felt something hit him in the head, which he believed was a glass bottle.  The victim did not see who threw the bottle.  Report 110947049

7:30am           100 Blk Brazil Ave                 Graffiti
Officer Marino was dispatched to a report of graffiti.  The victim looked outside of his front window and saw an empty bottle of alcohol leaning up against a utility pole in front of his residence.  The victim also saw a mound of dog feces on the edge of his property.  The victim exited his residence and found that there was fresh graffiti sprayed on the stairwell.  Report 110942798

8:00am           100 Blk Santa Ynez Ave         Firearm
Sgt. Miller responded to a report of shots fired into a residence.  The victim said that recently her roof began to leak.  The victim hired a roofer to fix the leak.  The roofer located a spent bullet on the roof.  The victim found two possible bullet holes in her roof.  The victim was unsure of when the shots might have been fired into her roof.  Report 110943683

10:25am          400 Blk Geneva Ave               Robbery
Officers Pai and Araujo were dispatched to a report of a robbery.  The victim had been standing on the sidewalk by herself in front of BART.  The victim had her head down as she worked on her iTouch.  The suspect approached her and yanked the iTouch out of her hands.  The suspect fled.  Report 110943053

11:20am          Unit Blk Monterey Bl            Theft
Officer Hui responded to a report of a theft.  The victim had left his cell phone on the front counter in his business and went into the back.  The victim heard the front door close so he went back to the front of the store to see who had entered the business.  The victim said he did not see anyone in the store, but realized his cell phone was missing.  The victim went out to the sidewalk in front of the store and saw three possible suspects fleeing the area.  Report 110943332

500 Blk Laidley St
Sgt. Miller was dispatched to a report of an assault.  The victim and suspect know each other.  The suspect was doing some repair work on stairs in the garage.  The victim made a critical comment towards the suspect’s work, and the suspect became angry.  The suspect grabbed the victim’s shirt near the neck and held it for a few seconds.  The victim did not want to press charges and the suspect apologized to the victim.  Report 110943536

4:00pm            300 Blk Flood Ave                  Burglary
Officers Kneuker and Tam were dispatched to a burglary.  The victim stated that she opened her garage door.  As the door opened, a suspect walked from the sidewalk into the garage.  The suspect picked up a golf bag and then walked out of the garage.  The suspect fled.  The victim recognized the suspect from prior contact.  Report 110944926

4:35pm            3200 Blk Mission St               Threats
PSA Cato took a report regarding threats.  The victim was driving her vehicle, attempting to exit a parking lot.  A vehicle was blocking the exit so that the victim was unable to leave the lot.  The victim stated the suspect driving the other vehicle began yelling at her, and threatening to kill her.  The suspect exited her vehicle and approached the victim’s vehicle.  The suspect kicked the victim’s vehicle and continued to yell obscenities.  The suspect fled.  Report 110944631


12:30am                       900 Blk Ocean Ave                  Vehicle accident (H&R) 
  6:29am                       1000 Blk Naples St                   Recovered vehicle
  8:00am                       Noe & 27th St                          Stolen vehicle
  9:30am                       San Jose & Ocean Ave             Vehicle accident
  5:00pm                       30th & Sanchez St                    Stolen vehicle
  7:13pm                       200 Blk Naglee Ave                 Recovered vehicle