Glen Park Crime Report May 1 – 12, 2012

Captains Message:

 

Effective Saturday May 12, Lieutenant Greg Yee will be assigned to the Ingleside day watch as their new platoon commander.  Greg comes with a wealth of administrative knowledge and has over 20 years of experience.

 

Ingleside continues to be plagued by residential burglaries where bicycles are stolen.  If you have a bicycle, please write down your serial number so that if your bicycle is stolen, we have a better chance of recovering it and returning it to you.  Even though it is in your garage, I recommend you lock up your bike with a strong lock to deter thieves.

 

We have also seen an uptick in illegal dumping of trash in the Bernal Heights and New Mission areas.  Not only is this type of dumping unsightly, but it is also a public safety issue as most often this trash also contains toxic and hazardous materials.  Residents should report all suspicious persons and vehicles.

 

New Ingleside Anonymous Tip Line.  I have reinstituted the Anonymous Tip Line here at Ingleside.  This is not a replacement for calling the police in cases of emergencies or something that requires an immediate response but if you suspect something that needs a future investigation, you can call.  This line will be checked once daily.  The number is:  (415) 404-4035.

 

Notable Incidents– With the recent rash of auto thefts, members of Ingleside Station partnered up with Mission Station officers in a joint operation targeting auto thefts.  Several vehicles were recovered and one person was arrested getting into a stolen vehicle.  This person had arrest warrants in San Francisco and San Mateo for auto theft, was also on parole for auto theft and had master keys in his possession.  Job well done by both stations!

 

Our next Ingleside Community meeting of this year will be held on May 15, 2012 at 7:00 pm at the Ingleside Community Room.   Greg Crump from the Department of Public Works will be on hand to introduce himself and to discuss illegal dumping.

 

Emerging Crime Trends—Please be aware of a recent spate of thefts where females drive up in cars, ask to use your cell phone—and then drive away with it.  The cars have been described as a red or gold 4-Door car.

 

Attention Mazda Miata owners—recently, there have been thefts whereby the thief has stolen the entire hard top of the car.

 

Remember— if you “See Something—Say Something!”

 

Captain Daniel J. Mahoney

 

The following are crimes from the Ingelside Station Newsletter

 

 

Saturday, May 12

1:30pm          San Jose & Randall St           Vehicle accident

 

Friday, May 11th

11:24am              100 Blk Laidley St               Burglary

Officer Morrow responded to a report of burglary.  The witness reported finding two interior doors open that are normally closed.  The lights were on as well, that are usually turned off.  Three bicycles were missing from inside the premise.  Report 120374216

 

Thursday, May 10th

1:55pm          200 Blk Surrey St                    Recovered vehicle

2:00pm          100 Blk Randall St                   Stolen vehicle

 

Wednesday, May 9th

12:51am     5400 Blk Diamond Hghts       Battery

Officer Almaguer was dispatched to SFGH for a report of battery.  The victim told the officer that early in the evening, she exited the MUNI on Diamond Heights Blvd.  The victim began walking when she was approached by four suspects.  The first suspect asked the victim what her name was.  The victim attempted to ignore the suspect and continue walking.  The victim was suddenly grabbed and thrown to the ground.  On the ground, the suspects repeatedly kicked and punched the victim.  She briefly lost consciousness.  When she came to, the suspects had fled.  The victim went home and had her mother drive her to the hospital.  The victim suffered from a swollen nose, several small cuts and a chipped tooth from the incident.  Report 120370377

 

Tuesday, May 8th  Nothing in the report from Glen Park

 

Monday, May 7th

8:34pm       2800 Blk Diamond       Theft

While working at Ingleside Station, Officer Leong was approached by a female victim who wanted to file a report. The victim said that she was at a gym on Diamond, taking some classes when an unknown suspect walked inside the gym, and began asking staff questions about joining. He then went on to ask the staff members for tissue, for which he was directed to go to the back of the gym, where all of those attending the class place their items. At the end of the class, the victim noticed that her wallet, and several other items that she had in her purse were missing. She believes that it was the unknown suspect who took her belongings but she had no proof of this. Another gym member also claimed to have items taken from her purse. No arrests have been made at this point. All parties were provided with follow up information.  There were no surveillance cameras in the areas which might have captured the incident.  Report number 120364160

6:00pm     Mission/Randall        Traffic collision

 

 

 Sunday May 6th      Nothing in the report from Glen Park

 

Saturday, May 5th

4:50pm       200 Blk Randall St                 Burglary

Officers Morse and Gomez responded to a burglary report.  Upon leaving her residence, the victim secured all doors, however, the deadbolt on the front door was broken, so she was only able to lock the door by the lower lock.  The victim returned home and did not find anything out of place initially.  Later, she realized that some of her jewelry was missing from her jewelry box, but the less expensive jewelry remained untouched.  The victim had no idea who would have entered her residence, but acknowledged that the house was under construction with workers coming and going.  The victim did not suspect any of the workers.  There were no signs of forced entry into the residence.  Report 120357579

 

Wednesday May 2, Thursday May 3 & Friday May 4 Nothing in the report from Glen Park

 

 

Tuesday, May 1st

9:23am       200 Blk 30th St                           Burglary

Officers Martinez was dispatched to a report of burglary.  The witness had arrived at work and got into the elevator that took her to the second floor.  When the doors of the elevator opened, the witness saw the suspect standing in the hallway.  The witness immediately ran to her office and locked the door.  A second witness arrived and saw the suspect. He asked the suspect what he was doing, and the suspect told the witness that he was lost.  The second witness escorted the suspect out of the building.  Officer Martinez viewed the surveillance footage, which showed the suspect prying the door open to gain access into the building.  Several items were later found stolen.  Report 120344946

 

 

11:10pm     300 Blk Sussex St                        Burglary

Officers Baldovino and Contreras were dispatched to a burglary report.  The victim secured his residence prior to leaving in the afternoon.  Upon his return later in the evening, the victim entered his residence and realized that several of his personal items had been stolen.  The victim believed that the suspect may have entered through one of two windows, but the officers were unable to find any evidence of forced entry at either window.  The victim told the officers that the only person with access to his residence is the person he hires to clean it.  Report 120346992

Captains Message:

 

Effective Saturday May 12, Lieutenant Greg Yee will be assigned to the Ingleside day watch as their new platoon commander.  Greg comes with a wealth of administrative knowledge and has over 20 years of experience.

 

Ingleside continues to be plagued by residential burglaries where bicycles are stolen.  If you have a bicycle, please write down your serial number so that if your bicycle is stolen, we have a better chance of recovering it and returning it to you.  Even though it is in your garage, I recommend you lock up your bike with a strong lock to deter thieves.

 

We have also seen an uptick in illegal dumping of trash in the Bernal Heights and New Mission areas.  Not only is this type of dumping unsightly, but it is also a public safety issue as most often this trash also contains toxic and hazardous materials.  Residents should report all suspicious persons and vehicles.

 

New Ingleside Anonymous Tip Line.  I have reinstituted the Anonymous Tip Line here at Ingleside.  This is not a replacement for calling the police in cases of emergencies or something that requires an immediate response but if you suspect something that needs a future investigation, you can call.  This line will be checked once daily.  The number is:  (415) 404-4035.

 

Notable Incidents– With the recent rash of auto thefts, members of Ingleside Station partnered up with Mission Station officers in a joint operation targeting auto thefts.  Several vehicles were recovered and one person was arrested getting into a stolen vehicle.  This person had arrest warrants in San Francisco and San Mateo for auto theft, was also on parole for auto theft and had master keys in his possession.  Job well done by both stations!

 

Our next Ingleside Community meeting of this year will be held on May 15, 2012 at 7:00 pm at the Ingleside Community Room.   Greg Crump from the Department of Public Works will be on hand to introduce himself and to discuss illegal dumping.

 

Emerging Crime Trends—Please be aware of a recent spate of thefts where females drive up in cars, ask to use your cell phone—and then drive away with it.  The cars have been described as a red or gold 4-Door car.

 

Attention Mazda Miata owners—recently, there have been thefts whereby the thief has stolen the entire hard top of the car.

 

Remember— if you “See Something—Say Something!”

 

Captain Daniel J. Mahoney

 

The following are crimes from the Ingelside Station Newsletter

 

 

Saturday, May 12

1:30pm          San Jose & Randall St           Vehicle accident

 

Friday, May 11th

11:24am              100 Blk Laidley St               Burglary

Officer Morrow responded to a report of burglary.  The witness reported finding two interior doors open that are normally closed.  The lights were on as well, that are usually turned off.  Three bicycles were missing from inside the premise.  Report 120374216

 

Thursday, May 10th

1:55pm          200 Blk Surrey St                    Recovered vehicle

2:00pm          100 Blk Randall St                   Stolen vehicle

 

Wednesday, May 9th

12:51am     5400 Blk Diamond Hghts       Battery

Officer Almaguer was dispatched to SFGH for a report of battery.  The victim told the officer that early in the evening, she exited the MUNI on Diamond Heights Blvd.  The victim began walking when she was approached by four suspects.  The first suspect asked the victim what her name was.  The victim attempted to ignore the suspect and continue walking.  The victim was suddenly grabbed and thrown to the ground.  On the ground, the suspects repeatedly kicked and punched the victim.  She briefly lost consciousness.  When she came to, the suspects had fled.  The victim went home and had her mother drive her to the hospital.  The victim suffered from a swollen nose, several small cuts and a chipped tooth from the incident.  Report 120370377

 

Tuesday, May 8th  Nothing in the report from Glen Park

 

Monday, May 7th

8:34pm       2800 Blk Diamond       Theft

While working at Ingleside Station, Officer Leong was approached by a female victim who wanted to file a report. The victim said that she was at a gym on Diamond, taking some classes when an unknown suspect walked inside the gym, and began asking staff questions about joining. He then went on to ask the staff members for tissue, for which he was directed to go to the back of the gym, where all of those attending the class place their items. At the end of the class, the victim noticed that her wallet, and several other items that she had in her purse were missing. She believes that it was the unknown suspect who took her belongings but she had no proof of this. Another gym member also claimed to have items taken from her purse. No arrests have been made at this point. All parties were provided with follow up information.  There were no surveillance cameras in the areas which might have captured the incident.  Report number 120364160

6:00pm     Mission/Randall        Traffic collision

 

 

 Sunday May 6th      Nothing in the report from Glen Park

 

Saturday, May 5th

4:50pm       200 Blk Randall St                 Burglary

Officers Morse and Gomez responded to a burglary report.  Upon leaving her residence, the victim secured all doors, however, the deadbolt on the front door was broken, so she was only able to lock the door by the lower lock.  The victim returned home and did not find anything out of place initially.  Later, she realized that some of her jewelry was missing from her jewelry box, but the less expensive jewelry remained untouched.  The victim had no idea who would have entered her residence, but acknowledged that the house was under construction with workers coming and going.  The victim did not suspect any of the workers.  There were no signs of forced entry into the residence.  Report 120357579

 

Wednesday May 2, Thursday May 3 & Friday May 4 Nothing in the report from Glen Park

 

 

Tuesday, May 1st

9:23am       200 Blk 30th St                           Burglary

Officers Martinez was dispatched to a report of burglary.  The witness had arrived at work and got into the elevator that took her to the second floor.  When the doors of the elevator opened, the witness saw the suspect standing in the hallway.  The witness immediately ran to her office and locked the door.  A second witness arrived and saw the suspect. He asked the suspect what he was doing, and the suspect told the witness that he was lost.  The second witness escorted the suspect out of the building.  Officer Martinez viewed the surveillance footage, which showed the suspect prying the door open to gain access into the building.  Several items were later found stolen.  Report 120344946

 

 

11:10pm     300 Blk Sussex St                        Burglary

Officers Baldovino and Contreras were dispatched to a burglary report.  The victim secured his residence prior to leaving in the afternoon.  Upon his return later in the evening, the victim entered his residence and realized that several of his personal items had been stolen.  The victim believed that the suspect may have entered through one of two windows, but the officers were unable to find any evidence of forced entry at either window.  The victim told the officers that the only person with access to his residence is the person he hires to clean it.  Report 120346992

 

Advertisements

Leave a comment

Filed under Uncategorized

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s