Friday, December 29, 2017

Dec. 25, 2017

              Incident Date:
          Monday, December 25th, 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!     

Ingleside Police District Illegal Fireworks Hotline Established for New Year's Eve:      415-404-4002

While 911, 415-553-0123, and 311 are still in place for emergencies, non-emergencies, and service requests, Ingleside Station is staffing an illegal fireworks hotline during the hours of 1130PM to 0130AM. This number should NOT be used instead of 911 for emergencies, but should be used if there is an identifiable location in the Ingleside Police District (not simply the sounds of illegal fireworks) where illegal fireworks are being used. Call 415-404-4002 with the location and description and we will prioritize* a response. (*Prioritization can always be impacted by unforeseen events and incidents where there is an imminent threat to life which include, but are not limited to: shootings, stabbings, and persons with firearms/knives).




11:23am     4900 Blk. Mission                Robbery
A couple exited a #43 Muni bus and walked northbound on Mission. The pair soon noticed another man following closely behind. Fearing for their safety, the victim’s walked into the Safeway parking lot where the suspect suddenly pulled out a pair of scissors, cut some of the woman victim’s hair, and placed the blade of the scissors against the woman victim’s neck while demanding her cell phone. Her male companion ran into Safeway and asked a security officer to call police. Ingleside Officers Naser, Chan, Lau, and Peralta arrived, soon thereafter. A witness told the officers that she tailed the suspect to Seneca and Mission. Officer Peralta found the suspect there, along with the victim’s cell phone, and placed him in custody. He appeared to be in an altered mental state and was taken by ambulance to San Francisco General Hospital for evaluation. He was later booked at the County Jail for aggravated assault, robbery, and other crimes. Report number: 171039887

Serious Incidents:

1:00am       200 Blk. Prospect                 Fire
A man woke up Christmas morning to the sound of fireworks outside his home. He looked outside and saw the front of his house on fire. He quickly woke up his wife and two sons and they exited the home while calling 911. Soon, thereafter, initial San Francisco Fire Units arrived and called in a second alarm. Neighbors were woken up and evacuated from their homes. Ingleside Sgt. Turner, Lyons, and Officers Phillips, Fogarty and Zhao also arrived to provide support and control of the scene. After extinguishing the blaze, fire department personnel discovered several burned vehicles inside one of the homes. The Fire Department Arson Squad is investigating the blaze. Report number: 171039382