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Diamond/Bosworth update

Forwarded from Kelley McCoy
Public Relations Officer

Work will start up again starting Monday, February 8. Crews will be out along Bosworth Street working on the remaining landscaping.  Their work will be focused west of Diamond Street, so there are no impacts expected for the intersection.  Due to the small space on the median, there may be a partial lane closure on Bosworth around the area that the crews are working. I’m still waiting for additional details from the contractor about other traffic impacts—I will let you all know of any additional impacts if there are any.  The landscaping is expected to take three weeks to complete though it may take less time (from Feb.8-26; no work will be done on President’s Day).

Towards the latter half of next week (Thursday-Friday), our contractor will be completing the ADA-accessible ramps and parts of the sidewalk at the intersection.  This is expected to take only those two days to complete

Our contractors are still finalizing their schedule for the northeast corner revisions.  Work for this is not expected to start until later this month. I will follow-up with more information about the construction when I receive it from the contractors.

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Glen Park Crime report: Jan 7 – 21, 2016

Thursday, January 7th, 2016
Nothing to report from Glen Park.

Friday, January 8th, 2016
09:15am 100 Blk Laidley Recovered Vehicle

Saturday, January 9th, 2016

2:37pm 2900 Blk Diamond Hot Prowl Burglary
A woman lying in bed heard a rustling sound outside her bedroom. She
turned over and noticed an unknown male staring at her through her
third floor bedroom window. The suspect had removed the outside screen
from the window. When he made eye contact, he quickly went down the
fire escape and ran away in an unknown direction. Ingleside Officers
Mora, Hornstein, and Dominguez searched the area for the suspect
without success. Report number: 160023718

Sunday, January 10th, 2016
09:30am 100 Blk Arbor Theft from Building

Monday, January 11th, 2016
Nothing to report from Glen Park.

Tuesday, January 12th, 2016
Nothing to report from Glen Park.

Wednesday, January 13th, 2016
01:51pm 200 Blk 30th Street Recovered Vehicle

Thursday, January 14th, 2016
06:00pm 100 Blk Surrey Stolen Vehicle

Friday, January 15th, 2016
12:21pm Bosworth/Lyell Hit and Run
11:00pm 100 Blk Chilton Stolen Vehicle

Saturday, January 16th, 2016
02:45am Monterey/Circular Hit and Run

Sunday, January 17th, 2016
05:00am 200 Blk Monterey Stolen Motorcycle

Monday, January 18th, 2016

11:39am 300 Blk Arbor Robbery
Recently, the department issued a bulletin to all officers to be on
the lookout for a quartet of armed robbers who were wanted for
stealing money from Bank of America customers using ATM’s. The
suspects would wait until the customer entered his or her PIN number
and then, when the machine disgorged the funds, steal the money. Many
of the victim’s were elderly citizens. The department identified one
of the suspects and Ingleside officers Archilla, Tom, Pacchetti and
Phillips went to his home on Arbor Street. The suspect’s mother
answered the door and said her son was not home. However, during that
conversation, Officer Archilla spotted the suspect walking down the
sidewalk near the home. He, along with the other officers, detained
the suspect and arrested him for armed robbery, conspiracy, and elder
abuse. Report number: 150984697

04:18pm 100 Blk Arbor Burglary

Tuesday, January 19th, 2016
04:50pm Bosworth/Diamond Theft

Wednesday, January 20th, 2016

12:21am Joost/Acadia Robbery
Two women walking on Joost Street, near Acadia, were passed by three
men walking in the opposite direction. Suddenly, the three men turned
around and one of them produced what the victim’s described as a
shotgun. The suspects yelled for the women to drop to the sidewalk and
put their purse and backpacks on the ground. The women complied and
the suspects picked up the purse and backpack containing
identification, credit and debit cards, phones, and fled. Ingleside
Officers Villalozano and Wong responded to the scene and talked to the
victims. Other officers searched the surrounding area for the suspects
without success. One of the victim’s told Villalozano and Wong that
she did not want the suspects arrested or harmed. Both victims
declined medical attention. Report number: 160054456

08:00am San Jose/30th Street Theft from Vehicle
10:00am 100 Blk Beacon Recovered Vehicle
12:00pm Unit Blk Sussex Burglary
01:02pm O’Shaughnessy/Malta Traffic Collision
01:30pm 100 Blk Bemis Burglary

Thursday, January 21st, 2016

9:00pm Congo/Stillings Robbery
A man and woman walking home from the grocery store were robbed of
their possessions. The victims told Ingleside Officer Der that two
suspects, armed with an automatic weapon, approached from behind and
demanded they drop the grocery bags and surrender their property. The
loss was two Macbook Pro’s cell phones, a passport, wallets and a
small amount of cash. The suspects escaped in an unknown direction.
Report number: 160060732

11:39am 100 Blk Hamerton Fraud

Friday, January 22nd, 2016
04:50am 300 Blk Monterey Vandalism to Property
02:45pm Fairmount/Chenery Hit and Run

Saturday, January 23rd, 2016
Nothing to report from Glen Park.

Sunday, January 24th, 2016
10:43pm Monterey/Baden Traffic Violation Arrest

Monday, January 25th, 2016
08:30am Unit Blk Digby Stolen Vehicle

Tuesday, January 26th, 2016
Nothing to report from Glen Park.

Wednesday, January 27th, 2016
Nothing to report from Glen Park.

Thursday, January 28th, 2016
12:54pm 200 Blk Laidley St Theft

Friday, January 29th, 2016
9:15pm Unit Blk Arbor St Recovered vehicle

Saturday, January 30th, 2016
12:51pm 400 blk Congo St Recovered vehicle

Sunday, January 31st, 2016
Nothing to report from Glen Park.

Monday, February 1st, 2016
Nothing to report from Glen Park.

*****Ingleside Criminal Nonsense of the Month*****

Thursday, January 21st, 2016

4:46pm 400 Blk Cortland Stolen Property
A man needed a battery for his electric bicycle and decided to
purchase the item at a local store that sells electric bicycles, in
fact, the exact brand owned by the customer. Fortunately, or
unfortunately, depending upon your point of view, the store had a data
base of stolen bicycles. The customer’s bicycle was on that list and
the store owner called police. Ingleside Officers Alday and Mbeleke
Eteti responded and questioned the customer who said he bought the
bicycle ($3500 retail) from a friend for $400. He was arrested for
possession of stolen property. He also had a history of arrests for
possession of stolen property and drug related crimes. A search of his
clothing revealed greetings cards, credit cards, fake identification,
and more than $2400 in cash. He was booked at Ingleside Station. The
bike, which was stolen last March, was returned to the grateful owner.
Report number: 160060566***


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Road Work on San Jose Ave

Forwarded from Public Information Officer Alex Murillo from San Francisco Public Works,

SF Public Works construction coming to San Jose Ave., Guerrero St., and Dolores St.

Project Description
San Francisco Public Works has hired M. Squared Construction, Inc. to perform sewer main replacement and pavement renovation work on San Jose Avenue, Guerrero Street and Dolores Street. The limits of work on this project are:

Sewer Work:
San Jose Avenue: Randall Street to 28th Street
Guerrero Street: 28th Street to 27th Street

Paving Work:
San Jose Avenue: Monterey Blvd off-ramp to 28th Street
Guerrero Street: 28th Street to Cesar Chavez
Dolores Street: Day Street to San Jose Avenue

The sewer main replacement/relining work is expected to commence on February 8, 2016 and will take approximately 8 months to complete. Many of the aforementioned blocks have a dual-sewer system. The contractor will replace the sewer on one side of the street for several blocks then drop back to start the same process on the opposite side of the street. Sewer service will not be interrupted during construction. Please continue to use your household plumbing as usual.

The scope of work will include new curb ramps, street base repairs, cathodic water main protection, and repaving.

We anticipate that final paving of San Jose Avenue (Monterey Blvd. off-ramp to 28th Street), Guerrero Street (28th Street to Cesar Chavez), and Dolores Street (Day St. to San Jose Ave.) will happen in late October 2016.

Impacts and Restrictions
Street parking will not be possible near the work zone during construction work hours. Please see the posted barricade signs for exact work hours, days, and locations. Work hours may vary depending on the construction task. Vehicles parked in the construction zone during the posted work hours will be towed at the vehicle owner’s expense.

Sidewalk and driveway access will be maintained at all times. Delays are possible, especially if crews are working in front of your home or on your block. Crews may need to create a path of travel for your vehicle to enter/exit. Please allow extra travel time during the posted work hours.

We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience as we make improvements to San Francisco.

Please feel free to contact us if you’d like additional information about the upcoming work.

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