Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Feb. 21, 2018

                Incident Date:
            Wednesday, February 21st, 2018

The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held in the Ingleside Police Station Community room on Tuesday, March 20, 2018 at 7p.m.  There will be light refreshments available to those who come to the meeting.  All are welcome to attend.

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12:23am     Cotter & Mission                       Stolen Vehicle
An older Honda, traveling southbound on Mission without its lights on, caught the attention of Ingleside Officers McCall and Lozano. The officers turned around and followed the Honda while running the license plate through the system. The Honda was stolen a few days before. Lozano and McCall notified dispatch and asked for backup. They, along with Officers Esponoza and Foxworth, pulled the driver over at Cotter and Mission Street. He was unlicensed, and had an outstanding warrant for his arrest out of Marin County, and was on probation in San Mateo County for possession of stolen property. The suspect was again arrested for possession of stolen property, possession of burglary tools, and the outstanding warrants. Report number: 180136335

11:58am     300 Blk. Ocean                          Search Warrant
The Police Department has received many complaints about an illegal gambling establishment on the 300 block of Ocean. After an investigation the Department procured a search warrant, which was executed by Ingleside Officers Lee, Carew, Mora, Barajas, Jensen, Archilla, Seavey, Piper, and Phillips, along with Sergeants Lopez and Lau. They used the warrant to search the premises and confiscating more than a dozen illegal gambling machines and arrested an employee who worked at the establishment.  Report number: 180138858

12:45pm     500 Blk. Madrid                         Warrant Arrest
A citizen called police to report a man, with a history of harassing behavior and performing lewd acts in a public place, was sitting in the children’s playground of the park. Ingleside Officer Harper, along with Sgt. Faye, detained the man and, after checking with the warrant bureau, arrested him for $10,000 outstanding warrant for theft, burglary, and other charges. Report number: 180139254

Serious Incidents:

5:00am       Unit Blk. Wabash Terrace       Hot Prowl Burglary
Ingleside Officers Quinlan and Freed were dispatched to a report of a home burglary. The victims told the officers they walked downstairs that morning and found a door to the garage open. They also found laundry items and cigarettes missing from the garage. More importantly the victims discovered their keys to a Toyota Camry, along with the car normally parked outside, also missing. Surveillance video from a nearby residence shows two cars arriving outside of the residence shortly after 5:00a.m. An unknown suspect exits one car and walks to the victim’s home shortly before both suspects speed away. Report number: 180140251

5:56am       Brussels and Ordway              Discharching of a Firearm
A “shot spotter” alert sent Ingleside Officers George and Anderson to investigate. When they arrived on scene they found four expended cartridge casings on the 1000 block of Brussels. However, they did not find any damage to vehicles or homes in the area. Report number: 180138024

1:50pm       San Jose & Baden                    Theft
A high school student riding the “J” streetcar home lost her headphones to a thief. She told Police Services Aid Dugan that a fellow passenger ran up behind her as she was sitting on the Muni vehicle and ripped the headphones, along with some hair, off her head. The suspect then ran off the streetcar and escaped in an unknown direction. Report number: 180139395