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Jan. 19, 2016

       Incident Date:
                         Tuesday, January 19th, 2016

Captain McFadden from Ingleside Station will be holding a DAYTIME community meeting at Bethel Lutheran Church located at 2525 Alemany Blvd on Friday, January 29, 2016 at 11:00a.m. There will be light refreshments available to those who come to the meeting.  All are welcome to attend. Thank you.

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1:12am       Bernal Heights / Anderson               Robbery
A rainy evening did not detour two young men and a woman from hanging out together at the Bernal Heights Park. It was a quiet evening of conversation for the three friends until they were approached by three men. One of the men asked to use a lighter while the other two men slowly walked around the group of three friends. Suddenly, one of the suspects pulled a gun and demanded the cell phones and wallets of the three victims. All of them, fearing for their lives, complied with the demand and handed over their property. One of the suspects, spotting a camera on a bench, also demanded the camera belonging to one of the victims. When the victim refused to relinquish his property, he was punch in the face. The three suspects then took off running away down the hill and toward Cortland Avenue. Ingleside Officers Stark, Hoge, Elliston, Tweedy, Wells, Carew, Joseph and several other units responded to the scene and searched the surrounding area for the suspects. On a hunch, Officers Wells, Elliston, Hoge, and Tweedy, began searching the area around Bayshore and Cortland for the suspects and discovered all three near a bus stop at that intersection. Nearby, on the ground, and in a trashcan, the officers recovered much of the stolen items taken and the weapon used in the robbery. All three suspects were positively identified by the victims and all three suspects were booked for armed robbery and related crimes. Report number: 160051349 

Serious Incidents:

No Incidents to Report.

Vehicle and Other Incidents:

07:55am           51 Phelan (Parking lot)             Hit and Run
11:30am           200 Blk Cotter                          Burglary
01:00pm           4100 Blk Mission                     Theft from Building
02:34pm           Unit Blk Day                            Warrant Arrest
04:00pm           Unit Blk Arleta                         Theft form Vehicle
04:22pm           100 Blk Blythdale                    Warrant Arrest
04:50pm           Bosworth/Diamond                  Theft
05:10pm           300 Blk Craut                           Recovered Vehicle
06:00pm           Powers/Coleridge                     Stolen Vehicle
09:30pm           Geneva/Ocean                          Traffic Collision