Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Jan. 26, 2018

                Incident Date:
                 Friday, January 26th, 2018

The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held at the Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center located at 515 Cortland Avenue on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 at 6 p.m. There will be light refreshments available to those who come to the meeting.  All are welcome to attend. Note the time change to this particular meeting.

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3:14pm       100 Blk. Laura                       Attempted Arson
An alert citizen noticed a homeless man bundling up newspapers and lighting a fire in front of a garage door at neighbor’s home. The citizen’s wife called police while the witness flagged down off duty Ingleside Officer Najarro who quickly detained the suspect and confiscated his lighter. Ingleside Officers Hornstein and Thomas arrived soon thereafter and arrested the suspect for attempted Arson. Report number: 180069407

Serious Incidents:

9:49am       200 Blk. Foote                         Extortion
A date on “OK Cupid” turned into “OK Stupid” for a man looking for something other than love. The victim walked into Ingleside Station and told Officers Suguitan and Park that he engaged in a chat conversation with an unknown woman who asked for nude photos. The man sent the photos and the woman replied that if he didn’t send her $400 dollars that she would publish the photos on the internet. To emphasize she wasn’t bluffing, the unknown woman posted the pictures on “Google Hangout” and the victim’s Facebook page. The victim sent the money and has not had any other contact with the woman. Report number: 180072046

1:20pm       300 Blk. Moscow                    Hot Prowl Burglary
A woman home alone heard the doorbell ring. She ignored the ring, but soon thereafter, she heard noises coming from her parent’s room. The victim went to her parent’s bedroom and saw an unknown man attempting to open the sliding door to the backyard. Quickly, the woman ran outside just as her father drove up. They drove around the corner and saw a man exiting the second floor bedroom of their home, jump into a waiting SUV, and sped away south on Moscow Street with the victims in pursuit in their own car. They finally gave up the chase after a few blocks and returned home and wait for police. Ingleside Officers Watts and Rosales-Renteria arrived soon thereafter and searched the home. Inside they found a broken bedroom glass door and empty jewelry boxes on the floor. The loss was several items of jewelry. Report number: 180069203

9:20pm       Blythedale & Santos               Robbery
A man showing his family the sites of San Francisco found one aspect of city life he didn’t expect. He told Ingleside Officers Lau and Sgt. Hoang that he stopped his car at a stop sign at Blythedale and Santos when a man walked in front of his vehicle. Before crossing the street the suspect walked up to the car, pointed a black handgun at the victim, and demanded his wallet and tablet. The victim surrendered his wallet containing $400 as well as the tablet and the suspect, before leaving, punched the victim in the head several times. Report number: 180070432