Thursday, August 27, 2015

Aug. 24, 2015

       Incident Date:
                           Monday, August 24th, 2015
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No Incidents to Report.
Serious Incidents:
5:30pm       2100 Blk Sunnydale      Robbery
Ingleside Officers Joseph and Ng were flagged down by a passing motorist who told the officers there was an unconscious man in a nearby park. The officers went to the park and found the man with no visible injuries and with the strong smell of alcohol emanating from his breath. A backpack was on the ground next to the man. The officers radioed for medical help and the man regained consciousness just prior to the arrival of an ambulance. The victim said he was followed off a Muni bus by four men who “bear hugged” him while searching through his pockets. The men took $500 from his wallet and fled in an unknown direction. He was treated at the scene by medical personnel. The victim was unsure if he would be able to identify the assailants.  Report number: 150741685
Vehicle and Other Incidents:
11:36am          500 Blk Raymond        Recovered Vehicle
1:00pm            Geneva/Paris                Traffic Collision
2:30pm            100 Blk Brookdale       Theft from Building
4:49pm            Unit Blk Amethyst       Recovered Vehicle
Burglaries with suspect description:
No Incidents to Report.