Crime Report Nov. 29 – Dec. 1, 2011

FYI: When you call 911 from a cell phone, in SF, the calls are frequently routed to dispatch in Vallejo — SFPD claims it’s improved.

The emergency number to call from a cell phone is 553-8090 (SF only). Save this number to your cell phone NOW!

The following are Glen Park crimes from the Ingleside Station Newsletter

Sunday, November 27 — nothing in the report from Glen Park

Monday, November 28 — nothing in the report from Glen Park

Tuesday, November 29
9:45pm 100 Blk Brompton Robbery
Officers Park and Chang responded to the call of a person screaming for help. They arrived and met with the victim who had visible cuts to her hands and face. The officers offered her medical assistance which she refused. The victim told them that she was walking on Brompton when she observed a male walk past her. A few seconds later she was tackled to the ground and the suspect grabbed her purse and attempted to yank it from her hand. The victim said she began screaming for help and felt pain to her wrist area so she let go of the purse. The suspect then ran down Brompton and boarded a vehicle near Joost Street which sped away. A resident in the area who had heard the victim screaming exited her home to assist her and called the police. The victim and resident did not see the suspect and could not identify him if they saw him again. The victim was provided with follow up information. Officers canvassed the area for the suspect and vehicle to no avail. Report numb! er 110959759

5:30pm 500 Blk Arlington Stolen Auto

Wednesday, November 30
4:59pm San Jose/Randall Warrant
Officer Pedersen was on patrol when he observed a vehicle with tinted windows pass through an intersection on the corner of San Jose and Randall Streets. He conducted a traffic stop and identified the driver by his California Driver’s License. A record check revealed the individual to have a no bail warrant. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to Ingleside station where Officer Pedersen confirmed the warrant. At the instruction of Sgt. Inocencio the suspect was booked for the no bail warrant. Report number 110962097 **BEST ARREST OF THE DAY**

Thursday, December 1
4:00pm Unit Blk Addison Stolen Auto
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One response to “Crime Report Nov. 29 – Dec. 1, 2011

  1. carolyn

    Like credit cards, mobile phones should be rendered useless the moment they are reported stolen – useless when trying to open a new wireless acc’t. Other countries (Austraila) have been doing this for years, using the phone’s serial number (putting a serious crimp in crime). Once petty thieves realize that stolen credit cards and cell phones are worthless

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