Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Dec. 19, 2017

              Incident Date:
            Tuesday, December 19th, 2017

The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held in the Ingleside Police Station Community room on Tuesday, January 16, 2018 at 7p.m.  There will be light refreshments available to those who come to the meeting.  All are welcome to attend.

                                             We hope to see you all there!                         



9:45am       200 Blk. Evelyn Way                 Vehicle Burglary
It’s no secret that car burglaries have risen to high levels throughout the City and, in response, Ingleside Station’s command staff have committed significant resources to combating this crime. On this date, a car owner left his home, walked toward his parked car nearby, and noticed a man, wearing a black ski mask, peeking around the back of his car. Suddenly, the suspect who was holding a brown box, jumped into an older Volkswagen with paper plates and sped away. The victim walked to his car and noticed a back window broken and items, including the brown box, missing. He called police and fortunately, the suspect, driving the Volkswagen, was soon spotted and stopped by Ingleside Sgt. Anderson, along with Officers Jensen, Klaib, and Ferraresi at Monterey and Ridgewood. The victim was driven to the scene and identified the car and its driver as the suspect in the auto burglary. The victim’s brown box, containing Christmas presents, was found in the car along with burglary tools and a ski mask. The suspect was arrested for auto burglary and driven to Ingleside Station for booking. Report number: 171023711

Serious Incidents:

12:41am     Moscow & France                   Robbery w/Gun
A man standing on the corner was suddenly approached by a suspect wearing a hoodie. The suspect surprised the victim by producing a black firearm and asking him for his valuables. The victim told Ingleside Officers Zhao and Wong that he surrendered his wallet containing cash, bank cards, cell phone, and his California ID. The suspect then ran away west bound on France Street. Report number: 171023153

1:50pm       Avalon & Naples                    Attempted Robbery
A 17year old young man was suddenly confronted by a suspect who wanted his backpack. The victim told Ingleside Officer Espinoza that he was walking eastbound on Avalon nearing Naples when he noticed a man walking toward him. As he neared the suspect said, “Hey buddy, make it easy for you, give up your backpack”. The suspect then grabbed the victim’s arm and, with his other hand, attempted to remove the victim’s backpack from his body. The agitated and frightened victim kept his backpack, telling the suspect, “There’s nothing in it”. But the suspect was determined to get the victim’s property, “Buddy, I don’t want to hurt you, give up the backpack”. The victim resisted and the suspect, looking around, appeared to be worried that a passersby would notice the confrontation. Giving up, the suspect fled westbound on Avalon toward Edinburgh. Report number: 171025240

9:19pm       3300 Blk. Mission                  Robbery
Ingleside Officers Parker and Stoffel were dispatched to the Safeway Store to investigate a robbery. When they arrived, they found a Safeway security officer sitting outside the store flushing his eyes with water. The employee told the officers that a short time before he noticed three young women enter the store carrying empty shopping bags. Soon, thereafter, they tried to leave the store with full shopping bags without paying. When the victim attempted to block their escape, the suspect shot pepper spray in the Security officer’s eyes. The three suspects then fled the store. Report number: 171025654