Tuesday, July 31, 2012

July 27, 2012

Incident Date:
Friday, July 27th, 2012

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1:35am       Burrows/Peru                         Stolen/Recovered Vehicle
Officers McMilton and Peregrina responded to a call about a vehicle break in. While driving to the area the officers located a car matching the description of the suspect’s vehicle. Officer McMilton observed a person ducking on the passenger side of the car. The officers made contact with the subject. The subject told the officers that she was trying to sleep and that the vehicle belonged to a friend. Officer McMilton visually inspected the car as she was talking to the suspect and noticed a knife in the ignition, but no keys. Numerous Ingleside units responded as backup. Officer Almaguer immediately recognized the suspect from a prior case he had, and told Officer McMilton that the suspect was on felony probation and had a search condition. The officers exercised the search condition found a stolen car stereo, burglary tools and prescription drugs not belonging to the suspect. Ingleside Officers searched the area for any cars that may have been broken into and located a car right across the street from the suspect vehicle. The registered owner of the car was contacted and responded to the scene. The victim immediately saw the stereo and said “Yes! That’s mine!”  The suspect was placed under arrest and transported to ingleside Station for booking. While at the station officer Lozano was sent to locate the registered owner of the car the suspect was found in. Too bad for the suspect when the owner reported that the car was stolen and that no one had permission to drive it. Officer McMilton contacted poison control to identify the pills in the suspects’ possession; poison control confirmed the officer’s suspicion schedule one controlled substance. This female suspect is now a resident of a California Correctional institute. Report number 120591880. This is……
****Best Arrest of the Day****

7:18pm       1500 blk Sunnydale               Warrant Arrest
Officers Johnson, Hart and Obot were on patrol when they saw a suspect that had an outstanding warrant. Officer Obot was let out on foot to follow the suspect while his partners positioned the car in front of the suspect. With no avenue of escape, the suspect had to surrender. The suspects warrant was for theft in the amount of $20,000. The officers coordinated efforts yielded an arrest without any running or risk to the officers or any innocent bystanders. Report number 120331216   

Other Incidents:

6:15am       100 blk 28th                              Theft
Officers Park and Chang were sent to investigate an auto boost in progress. While on the way to the scene dispatched notified the officers that the suspect had fled.  The officer’s conducted a search of the area for the suspect to no avail. The officers then contacted the victim and learned the following: the reportee was inside her home when she heard glass shattering outside. The reportee looked outside and saw a suspect rummaging through a car. The reportee said that she saw the suspect walked away with something that resembled a television. After speaking to the victim it was learned that the item was an electromagnetic massage machine. Report number 120592054

8:30am       Unit blk Stanford Heights      Burglary
Officer Duffin was dispatched to a burglary call. When the officer arrived he was met by the victim and the reportee. The victim told the officer that he left his house in the morning fully secured and locked. The victim told the officer that he received a call from his housekeeper that told him that his house had been broken into. The officer observed damage to the front door and the home ransacked. The burglar made off with property in excess of $6000. Officer Duffin contacted CSI to respond to process the scene. Report number 120593597

9:30am       100 blk Eastwood                   Burglary
Officer Pereira responded to investigate a burglary case. When he arrived he was met by the victims. The victims told the officer that he left his house in the morning and returned in the afternoon to find that the deadbolt on his front door was unfastened. Once the victim went inside he discovered several open drawers but it appeared nothing had been taken. The victim told the officer that the only property missing was a package of strawberries. CSI was not notified due to the lack of physical evidence. Report number 120594141

10:45am     400 blk Argonaut                   Theft
Officer Curry prepared a report for a victim of theft came into the station. The victim told the officer she parked her car outside her residence but did not locked it while she ran inside the house for a moment. When she returned she discovered several items missing. Report number 120593143

11:40am     3300 blk Mission                    Burglary
Officers Pedroza, Curry, Sanchez and Preston responded to a burglary call. When the officers arrived they were met by store security and reviewed surveillance footage of the crime. The reportee states that she was working at a register and left briefly when she returned a suspect was breaking into the register. While reviewing the footage Officer Pedroza noticed the suspect was not wearing gloves and called CSI to process the scene. Officer Pedroza also noticed that the suspect had entered and exited the store with another suspect. The first suspect is described as a Black male between the ages of 35 and 50 and has black hair. The suspect was last seen wearing a light blue button down shirt with a white t-shirt underneath and grey khaki shorts and black tennis shoes. The second suspect is described as a black male between the ages of 30 and 50 with black hair. The suspect was last seen wearing a black vest over a blue or grey long sleeve shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. Report number 120592907 

12:40pm     Unit blk Phelan                      Theft
SFCCPD Officer Boyko was patrolling the San Francisco Community College Ocean Campus when he was dispatched to the Wellness Center. The victim told the officer that he had secured his belongings in a locker and when he returned later his locker door was open and his belongings were scattered on the floor and that several items were now missing. Report number 120593046

4:20pm       Unit blk Phelan                      Theft
SFCCPD Officer Torres was patrolling the San Francisco Community College Ocean Campus when he was dispatched to the book store. The reportee told the officer that he was loading boxes in his truck and left the hand truck on the loading dock, when he returned several minutes later it was gone. Officer Torres and his partner Officer Green searched the area but could not locate the hand truck. Report number 12058801

5:00pm       700 blk Sunnydale                 Vandalism
Officers Lustenberger and Benavidez responded to a call of a vandalism incident. Officers arrived on scene and spoke with the reportee who told the officers that she parked her three cars alongside other cars belonging to the church. When she came back to them the next morning she noticed deep scratches to the first vehicle, damage to the windshield of the second vehicle and a damaged mirror on the third vehicle. Report number 120594345

5:45pm       5700 blk Mission                    Weapon
Officers Shugars and Archilla responded to a call regarding a suspect having a weapon in public. Officers Burke and Campos were already on scene and looking at security footage. Officer Archilla began to interview the witness and was told that while she was working a Hispanic male suspect came into her business and ordered something. The suspect then raised his shirt and pulled out a handgun, which he cocked and put back in his waistband. The witness tried to alert the other patrons but was afraid the suspect might begin shooting. The suspect then said something to the witness and left the business. Report number 120594000

6:00pm       100 blk 28th                             Theft
Officers Park and Chang responded to a call regarding a residential burglary. The officers met with the victim who told them he had just moved to San Francisco and was storing his belongings in a shared garage. He came back the day after he stored various items and an empty garage. The loss is in excess of $2000. CSI was not called due to the lack of evidence. Report number 120592399

6:00pm       800 blk Peru                           Att. Stolen Vehicle
Officer Chang responded to a call of an auto boost. When he arrived he met with the victim whom stated that she parked her car the previous night and locked it. When she came back the next morning the driver side seat was fully reclined and various keys were on the driver seat. The victim stated that she never puts the seat that far back and has never seen the keys before. The victim checked the rest of her vehicle and found nothing to be missing or out of place. Report number 120592838

8:45pm       500 blk Flood                         Vandalism
Officers Archilla and Shugars were dispatched to a vandalism incident. They arrived on scene and met with the victim. The victim them that she left her house the previous day and when she returned an unknown suspect had thrown a baseball sized rock through her front door’s window and in addition wrote obscenities on the door. The victim does not know who could have done this. Report number 120594317

10:00pm     Geneva/Lisbon                       Theft
Police Services Aid Heckenberg-Tognozzi prepared a report for a victim of theft. The victim told the PSA that he parked and locked his car the previous night and when he returned in the morning two bicycles had been stolen and his rear window had been smashed. Report number 120592888

10:55pm     700 blk London                     Vandalism
Officer Dominguez and Hom were dispatched to meet with a citizen regarding a vandalism incident. They met with the reportee whom told the officers that when she arrived home she saw blood on the sidewalk and on her garage and a knife that had been put through the mail slot. The officers closed off the area and began their investigation of the scene. They contacted dispatch to see if any stabbings had been reported only to learn that there weren’t any. The officers then began to follow the trail of blood. 2 female subjects approached the officers and told them that they were walking home and noticed that they were being followed by 2 unknown female suspects. One of the suspects yelled obscenities at them as they followed them. One of the victims produced a knife from her waistband and turned towards the two suspects. The suspects, upon seeing the knife fled. The victim told the officer that that she was upset so she hit a car windshield with the knife in her hand injured her finger. Although the subject’s injuries were non- life threatening the officers provided them with first aid. The owner of the car with the cracked windshield was notified but did not wish to pursue police action. Report number 120594624
  7:36pm          Mansell/Visitacion                  Traffic Collision: Hit & Run
  9:00pm          800 blk Peru                            Recovered Vehicle: 1991 Honda CRX, 2H, White
  9:45pm          Shawnee/Cayuga                    Stolen Vehicle: 2007 Mercedes R350, 4dr, Silver
12:30am          200 blk Oxford                       Stolen Vehicle: 1989 Honda Civic, 4dr, Silver

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