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May 28, 2013

Incident Date:

Tuesday, May 28th, 2013


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CRIME ALERT: Increase in recent trend of robberies and thefts in and around the Balboa BART Station and City College area

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*Try not to have your Iphone or other property visible for others to see.

*If someone asks to use your phone, advise them you do not have one.

*Do not store or carry your phones in your back pocket, people will know you have one.

*Have (415)553-8090 programmed in your cell phone to contact SF 911 directly.

*If you see any suspicious activity involving you or others, or see someone needing help 

              Call the police.



3:11pm       800 Blk Geneva            Firearm
Officer Johnson was on patrol in search of a robbery suspect. Earlier, a victim had been robbed of her cellular phone and provided a description of the suspects.  He observed a female matching the description walking down Geneva, accompanied by a male.  The suspects entered a nearby restaurant and sat down.  Officer Johnson maintained a visual on them, advised dispatch and requested additional units.  Officer Gonzalez arrived on scene and the suspects, who were sitting at a table in the restaurant, stood up and attempted to exit the restaurant.  Both suspects were detained by the officers before successfully exiting the restaurant.  Officer Gonzalez walked to the area where the suspects had been sitting to search for evidence.  He located a sweater with a cellular phone resting on top.  He lifted the sweater, and located a black handgun underneath.

The victim of the robbery was transported to the area where the suspects were detained, but was unable to identify either of the suspects as the individuals who had robbed her.  Officer Hornstein took pictures of the sweater, handgun and the surrounding restaurant area for evidence.  The officers contacted the manager of the restaurant and viewed the surveillance video.  The video showed the suspects sitting at a table in the restaurant.  The male hands an unknown item to the female under the table, which she places underneath her sweater.  The officers requested a copy of the video for further follow up investigation.

At the instruction of Sgt. Lozada, the suspects were transported to Ingleside station pending further investigation.  A record check revealed the male suspect to be on active probation.  Sgt. Maron took over the investigation and both suspects were booked at his instruction.  Report Number 130439844

Serious Incidents:

1:50am       3300 Blk Mission          Robbery
Officers Gabriel and Anderson responded to the hospital to take a report from two individuals who had been victims of a robbery.  The victims told them that were standing in front of a restaurant when they were approached by three suspects.  One of the suspects grabbed one of the victims and held an object to his lower back.  The other suspects then searched through both of their pockets, removing various items.  The suspects then fled the scene, southbound on Mission.  Neither suspect was injured, but one of them suffered an anxiety attack and was transported to the hospital for medical treatment.  The victims said they would not be able to identify the suspects.   

Officers returned to the area where the crime occurred in search of video surveillance cameras.  They located two addresses which may have captured the incident and forwarded the information to Ingleside’s investigative team.  Report Number 130441548

7:30am       Sunnydale/Hahn          Theft

A victim responded to Ingleside Station and told PSA Zabarte that she was on a Muni bus holding her cellular phone when an unknown suspect grabbed the phone from her and rapidly exited the bus.  The victim was not injured and said she could identify the suspect if she saw him again.  PSA Zabarte contacted Muni dispatch and requested a copy of their video surveillance.  Report Number 130439383

 2:58pm       Mission/Italy                 Robbery
Officers To and Goldsborough were dispatched to a strong arm robbery.  The victim told them that she exited a Muni bus with some friends when a female approached her and asked to use her cellular phone.  The suspect refused to return the phone and began running away.  The victim and her friends chased the female suspect, but were unable to catch up to her.  The victim was not injured and said that she would be able to identify the suspect if she saw her again. The officers contacted Muni dispatch and requested a copy of their surveillance video.  Report Number 130439725     

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

0:05am           Alemany/Geneva        Stolen Vehicle
3:00am           100 Blk Seneca           Stolen Vehicle
7:00am           Unit Blk Winfield       H&R
7:18am           Alemany/Ocean          Traffic Collision
10:45am         1200 Blk Athens         Threats
12:30pm         Unit Blk Newton        Threats
2:32pm           4900 Blk Mission        Warrant
2:45pm           1500 Blk Felton          Recovered Vehicle
3:00pm           200 Blk Monterey       Stolen Motorcycle
4:16pm           Mission/Oliver            Threats
4:30pm           1600 Blk Alemany      Stolen Vehicle
5:00pm           300 Blk Oxford           Stolen Vehicle
5:20pm           Mission/Acton             Vandalism
6:00pm           Unit Blk Ney               Stolen Motorcycle
6:00pm           Craut/Maynard            Stolen Vehicle
10:30pm         Unit Blk Admiral        Stolen Truck

Burglaries with suspect description:

No Incidents to Report.