Crime Report Oct. 19-23, 2012

The following are Glen Park crimes from the Ingleside Station Newsletter

This report includes the Sunday pepper spray mugging in front of Cup and a similar pepper spray incident on Saturday, in the 700 block of Monterey — not officially Glen Park but noteworthy. The robbery on Laidley is in this report, also.

Friday, October 19th, 2012
5:00pm 800 Blk Chenery Vandalism

Saturday, October 20th, 2012
1:13pm Unit Blk Monterey RobberyOfficer Hurwitz responded to a call regarding an assault at coffee shop. Two people, the victims, were sitting at a table on the outside of the coffee shop, when suddenly, two people approached them from behind and pepper sprayed them in the eyes. The victim says that her iPhone was stolen from her. The victims told the officers that the suspects ran away and got into a getaway car. The only information that was given was that the two suspects who used the pepper spray were that one is a female, and the other a male. the getaway driver was also female. The officers took pictures of the victims. The coffee shop has no security cameras, but a camera was noticed at a nearby business so the officers left a message for the owner of the building. The inspectors will follow up to retrieve any possible footage. Report Number 120845659

5:59am 900 Blk San Jose DUI Arrest
Officers Pereira and Etcheveste responded to the intersection of San Jose and Randall Street on a call of a person sleeping inside his vehicle which was parked on the Muni tracks. As they arrived on scene, they noticed a Red Mustang stopped in the middle of the road with its headlights on. Medics were already on scene and told the officers that they were unable to wake up the driver or either of the two passengers. The officers noticed that the vehicle was still on, and in drive. Officer Pereira reached into the vehicle, over the sleeping driver, and placed the car in park. The officers then removed the driver and the two passengers from the vehicle. Officer Pereira could smell a strong odor of alcohol coming from the driver’s breath. The driver also had blood shot eyes and spoke with a slight slur. Officer Pereira then conducted a field sobriety test, which the driver failed. Based on the officers’ observations, the driver’s symptoms of intoxication and failed performance on the field sobriety test, the driver was placed under arrest for driving under the influence. Report Number 120844720

1:00am 800 Blk Chenery Graffiti

Sunday, October 21st, 2012
7:30pm 700 Blk Monterey Robbery
Officers Chan and Kerlegan responded to the assist the victim of a robbery. The victim advised them that she was out in front of her home smoking a cigarette and talking on her cellular phone when two females approached her, pepper sprayed her in the face and fled the scene in an unknown direction. The victim complained of stinging to her facial area and an ambulance was called to medical clear her. She told the officers she did not know the suspects but could identify them if she saw them again. The victim suffered no financial loss or other injury. Officers searched the area unsuccessfully for the two suspects. Report Number 120849178

2:00pm 500 Blk Laidley Stolen Vehicle
1:00pm 400 Blk Laidley Burglary
1:05pm Roanoke/Chenery H&R

Monday, October 22nd, 2012
6:00pm Unit Blk Mizpah Vandalism

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012
2:15pm Bosworth/O’Shaugn Vandalism
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