Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Jan. 23, 2018

                Incident Date:
              Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018

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3:27am       1100 Blk. Bosworth                         Firearm
Ingleside Officer Demkowski was on routine patrol when she spotted a Chevy Astro Van with plates showing that the registration had expired five years ago. Inside in the van were two men and two women. Demkowski activated her emergency lights and siren and pulled over the vehicle while calling for assistance. Soon thereafter, Ingleside Officers Parker, Stoffel, Cagney, and Mroz arrived to lend assistance. The two men in the van had an extensive criminal history. One had been arrested for robbery, possession of a loaded firearm, attempted murder, and assault with a firearm. The other for robbery, auto burglary, assault with a deadly weapon, conspiracy, and assault with a firearm. Both were on parole. Inside the van, officers discovered a loaded firearm hidden behind one of the seats. Both were booked for violation of parole and the illegal possession of a firearm. One woman was cited for a vehicle code violation and released and the second woman was released without any charges. Report number: 180059527

Serious Incidents:

5:11pm       Leese & Richland                            Homicide
The sound of gunshots startled Ingleside Officers Bailey and Mullins who were stopped at a red light on Richland and Mission. The officers proceeded eastbound on Richland crossing Mission and radioed for assistance, which brought close to a dozen additional Ingleside officers to the scene. Near the intersection of Richland and Leese the officers found two victims, a man and a woman, bleeding from gunshots wounds. The male victim died at the scene and the woman was transported to San Francisco General Hospital for life threatening injuries. The SFPD’s Homicide Unit, as well as other specialty bureaus, has taken over the investigation. Report number: 180061221