Crime Report: Jan 9 – 17, 2013

The following are Glen Park crimes from the Ingleside Station Newsletter

Sunday, January 13th, 2013
Nothing in the report from Glen Park

Monday, January 14th, 2013
4:35PM 200 Blk Chenery Robbery
Officers Milton and Peregrina were dispatched to the 200 block of Randall Street to meet a citizen who said he was robbed while walking home on Chenery Street. According to the victim, shortly after he left the Glen Park BART station, he noticed the suspect following him on Chenery. Soon, thereafter, the suspect approached him saying “Stop, Let me have your money”. The victim, fearing for his life, emptied his pockets containing a money clip and a cell phone. The suspect took the money clip but left the cell phone before telling the victim to “get down on the ground and count to a hundred”. The suspect then ran away and the victim, who was not injured in the robbery, went home to call police. Numerous officers searched in vain for the suspect to no avail. The victim told police he would not recognize the suspect if he saw him again. Report Number:130039228

Tuesday, January 15th, 2013
6:50 PM 400 Blk Monterey Robbery
Officers Shugars and Paras responded to a report of a robbery near the Glen Park BART station. The victim told the officers that he was robbed of his keys, wallet, and cash, by two armed gunmen, while waiting in front of his girlfriend’s home on the 400 block of Monterey. After the robbery he took a MUNI bus to the Glen Park BART station and called police. The victim was not injured in the robbery. Report Number: 130041944

7:50PM Monterey/ Acadia Robbery (not officially Glen Park but close enough to be noteworthy)
Officer Shugars and Paras were on routine patrol when they were dispatched to a robbery at Monterey and Acadia Sts. The victim told the officers she was walking down the street when a man approached her then hit her on the side of her head before grabbing her cell phone. The victim then told the officers that suspect then ran down the street before getting into a grey four door sedan. The victim refused medical attention and said she would recognize the suspect if she saw him again. Officers searched the surrounding area for the suspects without success.
Report Number: 130042077

Wednesday, January 16th, 2013
Nothing in the report from Glen Park

Thursday, January 17th, 2013
12:50 PM 2800 Blk Diamond Terrorist Threats
Officer Thompson and Altamarino were dispatched to a business in the 2800 Block of Diamond Street after the shop owner said he was threatened by a customer. The shop owner told the officers that a customer who had been banned from the business came into his shop and said he would shoot him after he got off work. The victim said other shop owners in the area had also been threatened by the suspect. The two officers searched the area for the suspect but were unsuccessful. Report Number:130046665

12:15pm O’Shaughnessy/Malta Hit and Run
12:25pm O’Shaughnessy/Malta Traffic Collision

The station is way behind on the newsletter, most of this is old news. Beth will be posting notes from Captain Falvey’s presentation and Q&A at the GPA meeting on Wednesday.

The following are Glen Park crimes from the Ingleside Station Newsletter

Sunday, January 6th, 2013
7:06pm Roanoke/Chenery Traffic Collision

Monday, January 7th, 2013
Nothing in the report from Glen Park

Tuesday, January 8th, 2013
1:47pm 400 Blk Joost Recovered Vehicle
10:30pm Chenery/Whitney Traffic Collision

Wednesday, January 9th, 2013
8:20pm Unit Blk Richland Robbery
Officers Barajas and Lustenberger were dispatched to the unit block of Richland Avenue regarding multiple calls of a woman screaming for help. One of the callers believed that the woman screaming might have been a victim of a robbery. Officers Leong and Castillo was the first unit to arrive on scene and found the woman, who had in fact been robbed. Medics also responded to the scene. Officer Castillo obtained a description of the two suspects involved in the robbery and broadcasted their description. Officer Barajas spoke with the victim who said she was walking home from the Glen Park BART Station. As she crossed the bridge on Richland Avenue, she saw a suspect following her close behind. She said she crossed the street to see if the subject would follow her. Once she crossed the street, she looked back and saw the same subject walking faster towards her. She also saw a second subject running towards her from across the street. Both suspects began to reach for her backpack and for her purse. One of the suspects then grabbed her from behind and held her in a choke hold. The victim then yelled out for help but the same suspect covered her mouth to prevent her from screaming. The suspects were able to take her purse and fled Westbound on Richland Avenue. Two witnesses who called the police said they saw the two suspects jump into a dark late 80’s to early 90’s van. Officer Leong and Castillo searched the area and located some of the victim’s property on the unit block of Monterey Avenue. They took pictures and collected the items and returned them back the victim. Report Number 130025192

12:45pm 900 Blk Chenery Vandalism to Vehicle


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  1. dolan eargle

    Hey, people:  All 3 of these reports show either 1. a reluctance of the victims to give any sort of description of the perpetrators, or  2. the officers are instructed not to give any descriptions (black, Hispanic, white, clothing, height, etc.  ) So what’s the problem here? dolan eargle ( or should I not give my name or description?)


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