Crime Report

Not much on the vandal attacks in Glen Park. For more information ask Captain Falvey directly at the Ingleside Station Monthly Community Meeting: Tuesday 10/16 at 7pm, Ingleside Station 1 Sgt John V Young Lane (off of San Jose)

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012
1:07am 500 blk Arlington Burglary Arrest
Officers McMilton and Peregrina were dispatched on an assault and burglary that had just occurred. The officers arrived and spoke to the victim who told them that a known suspect had broken into her home and attacked her. The suspect had just fled when the officer arrived. The victim told the officers that the suspect may be hiding close by. The officers sprang into action and spread a dragnet in order to apprehend this dangerous suspect.
Numerous Ingleside Officer responded for backup. After securing a perimeter the officers learned that the suspect was hiding next door from a neighbor. The officers quickly surrounded the home and contacted the occupants. Eventually the officers made entry and searched for the suspect. The suspect was located inside the home along with another subject. The two men were detained.
The victim positively identified one of the men as the suspect by his face and the fact that he was still wearing the same clothing. It was later learned that the suspect found an open window and climbed in.
The quick response from Ingleside officers led to the arrest of a hot prowl burglar with positive identification. This suspect will spend this Halloween in an orange jumpsuit costume with numbers on the front and back at San Bruno Prison! Nice treat for the citizens in the Ingleside.
Report number 120788930. This is the ***Best Arrest of the Day***

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012
10:00pm 2900 blk Diamond Robbery
Officer Crispin responded to the 2900 block of Diamond Street on a robbery call. When he arrived, he met with the victim who was waiting for the bus at the bus stop. Moments later, a Honda Civic pulled up to the curb directly in front of her and the front passenger/suspect asked to use her cell phone to make a call. The victim herself dialed the phone number that was given by the suspect, but there was no answer. The suspect then asked the victim if she had dialed the correct number and asked to see the phone. While still holding onto the phone, the victim showed the suspect the phone. Suddenly, the suspect grabbed the phone out of the victim’s hands as the vehicle sped off. The victim was unable to hold onto the phone and fell to the ground, sustaining scrapes to her left elbow and knee. The victim’s eyeglasses also broke when she fell. Unfortunately, the victim was unable to obtain the vehicle’s license plate as it sped away. The officers attempted to track the phone but were unsuccessful. Report number 120794670

Sunday, September 30th, 2012
4:00am 2900 Blk Diamond Burglary
Officer Morgante prepared a burglary report for a store owner victim. The victim told the officer that he locked his store yesterday and that when he returned to day he discovered that the store had been broken into and the cash from the register removed. The victim also told the officer that all the cameras were moved to face away from the suspects. Report number 120783269

Thursday, September 21st, 2012
9:37am Lyell/Still Burglary Arrest
Officers Almaguer and Hom were dispatched to an auto burglary that was in progress. Dispatch broadcast the description of the suspect for other responding units. Officers Villaruel and Reserve Officer Martinez located a subject that matched the description and detained. The officers soon learned that the subject being detained was in fact the suspect in this case. The officers found money from the car as well as other property on the suspect. The officers conducted a warrant check and also learned that the suspect was on parole for…you guessed it! Auto burglary! The suspect was booked at Ingleside Station and a parole hold was placed on him. This suspect will now spend this October in prison! Trick or treat? Report number 1207576402. Because of the coordination between Ingleside officers and dispatch this felon is back in prison. This is the ***Best Arrest of the Day***

Friday, September 14th, 2012
5:20pm 300 Blk Arbor Warrant
Officers Chew and Bernard responded to an address where a resident had an active warrant. The suspect answered the door and was taken into custody without incident. Report number 120738979

Saturday, September 15th, 2012
11:15am 500 Blk Laidley Battery
A victim responded to Ingleside Station and told PSA Cato that he has been having problems with a neighbor whom he has a restraining order against. The victim said he was walking out in front of his home when the suspect approached him and pushed him for no reason. The victim was not injured but wanted the incident documented. Report number 120741637

Tuesday, September 11th, 2012
7:20pm 300 Blk Addison Warrant
Officers Gomez and Ocreto responded to assist a MUNI driver regarding an intoxicated male who was taking his clothes off on the bus. Officers arrived and detained the individual, had him put his clothes on and escorted him off of the bus. A record check revealed an outstanding warrant and he was taken into custody without incident. Report number 120729633

Wednesday, August 29th, 2012
12:40pm 300 Blk Joost Dog Bite
A victim responded to Ingleside station and told PSA Flynn that he was walking down the street when a small dog ran out of a garage and bit him. The victim said the owner of the dog apologized and provided him with all necessary information. The victim wanted the incident documented. Report number 120689651

Monday, August 27th, 2012
5:06am Bosworth/I-280 Robbery
Officer Crispin was sent to a robbery with a gun near the Glen Park BART Station. The victim said he was walking down Bosworth when he felt someone following him. Two males then stopped him, pointed a handgun at his face, racked the slide and told him, “Give me everything.” The victim was placed on his knees and the suspects emptied his pockets. They then pushed him onto the ground and fled down Bosworth. The victim said he might be able to identify the suspect with the gun if he saw him again. The victim was not injured. Officers searched the area unsuccessfully for the suspects and were unable to locate any surveillance cameras nearby. Report number 120682053

Tuesday, August 28th, 2012
10:00am Bosworth/Diamond Theft
Officer Lee took a theft report at Ingleside Station. The victim stated she was on MUNI and was standing at the back of a crowded bus. The bus then pulled into a bus stop to let people off. She said a subject was standing next to her and she noticed the subject put what appeared to be her wallet inside his left front pocket. She immediately looked in her purse and saw her wallet missing. She yelled to the bus driver but did not see what direction the subject ran off too. A copy of the video inside the bus is currently being obtained. Report number 120685875

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