Friday, March 9, 2018

Mar. 4, 2018

                 Incident Date:
                  Sunday, March 4th, 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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12:34pm     500 Blk. Madrid                                Park Code Violation
A woman called police to report a strange man sitting in the children’s area of the Excelsior Playground, staring at children. He was not connected to any children playing in the area. Ingleside Officers Ocreto and Wong arrived and recognized the man as having been accused of the same behavior a couple times before. He was cited at the scene for violating the Park Code for being in the playground without a child and warned that he would be arrested for more serious crime if he ever visits the playground again. Report number: 180168554

3:05pm       Visitacion & Rutland                       Theft
Ingleside Officers Naser and Fazli were dispatched to a report of a theft. The victim’s granddaughter said her grandmother was sitting at a bus stop when a man, sitting next to her, grabbed her house keys and other property from her purse and ran away. The officers broadcast a description of the suspect and Ingleside Officers Dungca and Calupad found him a short time later sitting at Bayshore and Blanken. He had the victim’s property with him. The victim positively identified the suspect as the thief and he was arrested and booked for theft and an outstanding theft warrant. Report number: 180168952

Serious Incidents:

6:21pm       Mission & Russia                             Dog Bite
A woman walking through the parking lot was suddenly approached by a dog which bit her in the ankle. Ingleside Officers Thomas and Park arrived and found the owners of the dog who admitted the animal escaped their control and bit the woman. The victim was taken to St. Luke’s Hospital for treatment of the 6” gash. A nurse at the hospital told the victim that if she were a child, she could have died from the bite. The dog was placed in quarantine for ten days. An “Animal Bite Report” was submitted to the “Vicious and Dangerous Dog Unit”. Report number: 180169524