Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Oct. 19, 2012

Incident Date:
Friday, October 19th, 2012

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5:30am       600 Blk Moscow            Agg. Assault
Officers Carrasco and Dominguez responded to a call of a domestic dispute on the 600 block of Moscow Street. The officers were informed that a male suspect was attacking a female subject out in front of a Green house. The officers arrived and met with a neighbor who stated the subjects involved in the argument went back inside. The neighbor directed them to the correct house. Officer Carrasco and Dominguez went to the house to check on the residents to make sure they were alright and to see if anyone needed any medical attention. As they walked up the stairs they could hear a male and female screaming and engaged in a loud heated argument. The officers noticed that the front iron gate and front door were wide open. Seconds later, the male suspect came out of the house and started yelling at the officers. The male suspect then attempted to slam the iron gate on the officers. Officer Carrasco attempted to place his foot at the front of the iron gate, to prevent the suspect from closing it, but got pushed back and lost his balance. In order to regain his balance, Officer Carrasco grabbed the door frame of the iron gate. The male suspect placed his body weight against the gate, crushing Officer Carrasco’s fingers. Officer Dominguez immediately reacted to help his partner and sprayed the male suspect with his department issued pepper spray. The suspect then ran into the house with Officer Carrasco right behind him. The male suspect slammed the front door on the officer striking him on his shoulder and knee. With officers still in pursuit the suspect was stopped in the living room and taken into custody. SFFD Medics responded and treated Officer Carrasco and the suspect. The suspect was transported to Ingleside Station and booked for assaulting and resisting an officer.  These officers worked as a team and were able to apprehend this suspect. One of our officers was injured, but that did not stop him from making sure that this suspect did not hurt anyone else. Report Number 120841124. That is why this is the ***Best Arrest of the Day***

4:53pm       1800 Blk Sunnydale     Agg. Assault
Officer Obot took an aggravated assault report that occurred a day before. Officer  Obot investigated the incident and found out that the suspect lived on the 1800 block of Sunnydale Avenue. Officer Obot showed a picture of the suspect to the victim, who positively identified the suspect as the one who assaulted and robbed him. Officer Obot then responded to the suspect’s residence and located her inside. The suspect was placed under arrest and taken to Ingleside Station, where she was booked accordingly. Report Number 120839674

9:57pm       San Jose/Ocean             Robbery
Officers Padilla and Seavey responded to a call of a robbery with a gun that had just occurred in the area of San Jose and Ocean Avenue. They met with three victims who were just robbed at gun point and appeared to be scared. All three victims told the officers that their smart phones had been stolen, one of which was an Apple iPhone. Officer Seavey immediately pulled up the application, “Find my iPhone”, from his own Iphone, and found an active trace on the victim’s phone. Officer Seavey then broadcasted the suspect’s description and direction of travel. Several Ingleside units responded and began to search the immediate area. Moments later, an Ingleside unit spotted a car driving down Sunnydale Avenue with a driver who matched the description that was provided by all three victims. The units pulled over the vehicle and detained the driver and its front passenger. Officer Seavey then sent an audible sound to the victims Iphone, which was then heard coming from the rear seat of the vehicle. All three victims were brought down to Sunnydale Avenue for a cold show and identified the driver as the one who robbed them at gun point. Both suspects and their vehicle were brought back to Ingleside Station. Officer Seavey searched the vehicle and located the victim’s property along with other items that did not belong to the suspects. Both suspects were then booked for the robbery at Ingleside station.
Report Number 120840643

Serious Incidents:

No serious incidents to report.

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

  2:00am          400 Blk Delano           Stolen Vehicle
  7:30am          199 Blk Alemany        Recovered Vehicle
  1:45pm          1700 Blk Sunnydale   Theft
  3:00pm          100 Blk Faith              Auto Boost
  3:20pm          100 Blk Elliot              Recovered Vehicle
  3:40pm          3300 Blk Mission        Theft
  5:00pm          800 Blk Chenery         Vandalism
  5:27pm          Teddy/San Bruno        Traffic Collision
  6:00pm          Mt. Vernon/San Jose   Stolen Vehicle
  7:00pm          900 Blk Eugenia         Theft
  9:00pm          4500 Blk Mission        Stolen Vehicle
  9:39pm          100 Blk Highland       Trespassing
11:00pm          Athens/Excelsior         Stolen Vehicle
11:00pm          1500 Blk Geneva        Stolen Truck