Crime Report, Dec. 9 – 27, 2011

The following are Glen Park crimes from the Ingleside Station newsletter:

Friday December 9                        Nothing in the report from Glen Park

Saturday December 10

1:09am         100 Blk Bemis St                     Recovered vehicle

 

Sunday December 11

6:15am                 200 Blk Chenery St                Vandalism

Sgt. Miller responded to a report of a suspect with a tire iron vandalizing vehicles.  Sgt. Miller met with a witness who saw the suspect standing next to a car and a tire iron on the ground directly next to him.  The suspect told the witness that it was his car that he was standing next to.  The suspect got into the passenger side of another vehicle, and the vehicle fled.  Report 110990060

8:00am                 Miguel & Arlington               Theft

PSA Zabarte took a report regarding theft from a vehicle.  The victim said that he parked and locked his vehicle, it was in good condition.  Upon his return, the victim found that the passenger side window was smashed and the items inside had been rummaged through.  Report 110990123

8:20am                       100 Blk Laidley St                                Recovered vehicle

 

Monday December 12                        Nothing in the report from Glen Park

Tuesday December 13

3:00am       1300 Blk Bosworth                Theft

Officer Naval was on patrol when he was approached by the victim of a vehicle boost.  The victim told him that he parked and secured his truck and when he returned found a window smashed and several items missing.  Officer Naval observed damage to the truck area and provided the victim with follow up information.  He searched the area unsuccessfully for any possible cameras that may have caught footage of the theft.  Report Number 110996911

Wednesday December 14

6:30am                200 Blk Whitney St                        Burglary

CPSA’s Callaghan and Navarro were dispatched to a report of a burglary.  The victim was leaving for work when she noticed the exterior iron gate was open.  She then discovered that the door leading into her basement had been forced open.  Nothing was taken from the basement.  Report 110998600

8:00am                Unit Blk Miguel St                        Vandalism

CPSA’s Navarro and Callaghan responded to a report of vandalism.  The victim said that the door handle to her front door had been damaged.  A neighbor had similar damage to their front door.  No one had gained entry into the residence.  Report 110998650

11:30am           100 Blk Sussex St                    Stolen vehicle

 

Thursday December 15

8:00am                 200 Blk Fairmount St             Burglary

Officers Sugitan and Fung were dispatched to a report of a burglary.  An unknown suspect had pried the door to the victim’s office and gained entry.  The victim’s laptop was stolen.  Report 111002565

Friday December 16

6:12pm                       100  Blk Bemis St                     Recovered vehicle

 

Saturday December 17

12:05pm               5200 Blk Diamond Heights    Theft

Officer Coles responded to a report of theft.  The suspect had taken several packages of steak from the shelves and placed them in a shopping cart.  The suspect pushed the cart out of the store, making no attempt to pay for the items.  The suspect was detained by store loss prevention.  The suspect was cited for the theft.  Report 110004840

6:00pm                 300 Blk Surrey St                    Assault

Officers Chang and Park were dispatched to a report of a suspect with a knife.  The officers contacted a victim, who had some dried blood on his hand.  The victim told the officers that he and the suspect had been drinking at his house. The victim fell asleep until the suspect woke him up by yelling.  The victim realized that the suspect was holding a knife to his neck.  The suspect accused the victim of stealing his laptop.  The suspect cut the victims hand and then held the knife back to the victim’s neck for approximately 20 minutes.  Eventually, the victim managed to escape and fled from the premise.  The suspect remained in the residence.  The officers made entry into the premise and located the suspect on the second floor.  The suspect was arrested. Report 111008557

7:00am                 Addison & Digby St                Vandalism

CPSA’s Navarro and Lee responded to a report of vandalism.  The suspect had damaged the Christmas decorations that had been put up by the apartment management.  Report 111007399

9:15am                       Unit Blk Bemis St                     Stolen vehicle

 

Sunday December 18                        Nothing in the report from Glen Park

 

Monday December 19

8:57am            1900 Blk Diamond       Recovered Vehicle

10:06am           Bemis/Mateo                Recovered Vehicle

 

Tuesday December 20

10:01pm     Arlington/Roanoke                 Poss. Stolen Property

Officer Tam was on patrol when he was advised of a male lurking in an area and possibly casing vehicles.  The reportee gave a location of the suspect and then stated that he observed the male damage one of the vehicles.  Officer Tam located a person fitting the description a few blocks away and several Ingleside units responded to assist.  Officer Tam detained the individual who advised the officer that he was on probation.  Officer Tam confirmed the suspect was on probation with a search condition.  A search of a backpack he was carrying located various tools known to be used to commit burglaries as well as several items which were later discovered to have been reported stolen.  An arrest search of his person located a glass pipe known to be used to ingest narcotics.  Officer Tam notified the suspect’s probation officer and explained the incident.  The probation officer requested that Officer Tam place the suspect on a probation hold.  The suspect was booked at Ingleside station for the possession of the burglary tools and stolen property.  He was provided with a property receipt for the items the officers took custody of.  Report Number 11107718

0:00am       200 Blk Whitney                     Theft

Officer Bernard was dispatched to investigate a theft.  He met with the victim who told him that she had ordered some items and had been advised by the shipping company that the items had been delivered and she had signed for them.  The victim told the company that she had never received or signed for any items and they requested she file a police report for reimbursement.  She was unable to provide the officer with any further information and was given follow up information.  Report Number 111015251

6:00pm       700 Blk Chenery                    Burglary

Officers Baldovino and Lundy responded to a burglary.  They met with the victim who advised that she locked and secured her home and when she returned found several items were missing.  She was unable to provide the officers with any suspect information and could locate no sign of forced entry to the home.  The officers inspected the home and also found no sign of forced entry.  They provided the victim with follow up information and advised her that San Francisco Crime Scene Investigations Unit would be responding to process the home for any evidence.  Report Number 111017780

 

Wednesday December 21

3:25pm       500 blk Laidley             Court Order Violation

Reserve Officer Martinez and Morgante responded to a court order violation case. The victim told the officers   that he observed a subject that had a court order against him at the location. The victim called the police. The officers responded to talk to the subject in violation and because of the signed citizen’s arrest; the subject was arrested and then booked at Ingleside Station for violating the order. Report number 11101881

 

Thursday December 22

1:35pm       5200 blk Diamond Hgts                  Burglary Arrest

Officers Lim and Chew were sent to investigate a theft case. When the officers arrived and interviewed the victim they discovered that the suspect in this case entered the store and had a backpack that he used to conceal items that he had taken from the store. The suspect then exited the store with no attempt to pay for any of the items he had taken. Furthermore the suspect was a second time offender! The suspect was then placed under arrest by the security who in turn gave the custody to the officers. The suspect was arrested for the burglary and booked at Ingleside Station. The officers also discovered that the suspect had an outstanding warrant. The suspect was booked for all of the above. Report number 111033137

12:25am     Bemis/Moffett                         Vandalism

Officer Gabriel prepared a report regarding vandalism to a vehicle. The victim told the officer that an unknown suspect broke a window out on his car. There was no property taken and no suspects observed. Report number 111023787

7:07am       5200 blk Diamond Hgts                  Burglary

Civilian Police Service Aide Navarro prepared a report regarding a theft from a church. The victim told the CPSA that an unknown suspect broke into a locked tuition box and removed $100.the suspect was seen and the description given. Report number 111021781

 

Friday December 23

5:00am                 300 Blk Chenery St                Burglary

Officer Lundy responded to a report of a bicycle theft.  The victim realized that the door to his garage was open and his bicycle was missing.  The victim then spotted the suspect riding away down the street on his bicycle.  Report 111024070

9:30am                Unit Blk Miguel St                        Theft

PSA Heckenberg-Tognozzi took a report regarding theft from a vehicle.  The victim parked his vehicle, securing it.  Upon his return, he noticed that the key hold on the driver’s side door had a broken key in it.  Several items were taken from inside the vehicle.  Report 111021593

3:20pm                 600 Blk Chenery St                Theft

Officers Sugitan and Fung responded to a report of a theft.  The victim was at her place of work when the suspect entered the premise.  The suspect asked questions regarding the facility and then left.  The suspect returned and asked for a tour of the premise.  As the victim gave the suspect a tour, the suspect’s cell phone rang.  The suspect suddenly left.  The victim then realized that two cell phones were stolen from the front counter.  Report 111022870

  8:37am                       100 Blk Mateo St                     Recovered stolen vehicle

 

Saturday December 24

5:00pm           Unit Blk Fairmont         Stolen Vehicle

10:00pm           Sussex/Mizpah             Stolen Vehicle

 

Sunday December 25                        Nothing in the report from Glen Park

 

Monday December 26

6:40pm               5200 Blk Diamond         Battery

Officer Pederson was dispatched to an assault incident. The victim told the officer that while working as security she observed a suspect stealing merchandise. The victim told the officer that she followed the suspect to the door when she observed the suspect realize that store security was on him. The suspect dropped the items and ran out the door. The victim chased the suspect and when she caught up to him the suspect turned and punched her in the face numerous times. The victim’s partner was not able to stop the suspect because he was also punched in the face. The officers will be securing the store video for suspect identification.  Report number 111031661

2:00am           200 Blk Laidley            Stolen Vehicle

 

Tuesday December 27

3:11pm                100 blk Fairmount       Drug/Stolen Property Arrest

A concerned citizen called Police when they noticed a man acting suspiciously and carrying a duffel bag in and out of a residence on Fairmont St.  Officers Hurwitz, Rueca, and Elton were dispatched to the call and made contact with the witness who showed them the vehicle that the suspect put the duffle bag in. The witness did not recognize the suspect as someone who was from the area and believed that they had burglarized the residence. As the Officers were obtaining information from the witness the suspect emerged from the residence that was believed to have been burglarized and the Officers approached him. While the Officers were questioning the suspect they noticed that he was acting unusually nervous so they performed a pat search to ensure their safety. The suspect was asked to provide proof of his identification witch he said was inside the vehicle. The Officers searched the vehicle which had a very strong odor of marijuana and in plain view noticed a clear plastic bag containing marijuana. The Officers located several items witch they later learned to be stolen.

The suspect told the Officers his father owned a home there. The Officers located the owner of the home who confirmed the suspect was his son but did not have permission to be on the property. The suspect was arrested and transported to Ingleside station. An arrest search located a clear plastic bag containing a white colored rock believed to be cocaine. The suspect was booked on conformation of a warrant and both narcotics ceased by the Officers. Sergeant Alvarez of Ingleside Special Investigation Team (SIT) took over the investigation and all evidence was booked at Ingleside station.  This is also  ****The Best Arrest of the Day**** Report number 111033877

2:57am          300 blk Laidley           Recovered Vehicle

 

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