Crime Report: April 16 – 22, 2013

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013
7:30am           Diamond/Chenery                     Threats
11:13am           Brompton/Joost                        Recovered Vehicle
12:30pm           200 Blk Randall                        Theft from Building
10:27pm           Congo/Stillings                         Traffic Collision

Wednesday, April 17th, 2013
2:58am           Unit Blk Monterey                    Burglary

Thursday, April 18th, 2013
3:06pm           Oshaughnessy/Bosworth           Traffic Collision

Friday, April 19th, 2013
9:51pm       2800 Blk Diamond                 Theft
Officers Lustenberger and Chew were patrolling the Glen Park
neighborhood when they answered a report of a group of citizens
detaining a theft suspect. When the officers arrived, they found two
citizens had detained a man and a woman suspected of stealing a bag
from a nearby business. One of the citizens told the officers that he
was sitting, with his bag on a table, when he turned away for a
moment. When he looked back, the bag, containing his passport and
other personal items, was gone. He quickly ran outside and saw a woman
holding the bag and walking down the street with an unknown man. He
approached the woman and yelled, “That’s my bag” and pulled it from
her grasp. The theft victim, along with an employee who followed the
victim from the business, then detained both suspects until officers
Chew and Lustenberger arrived. The theft victim signed a citizen’s
arrest and the woman was booked at Ingleside Station for the theft.
Her male companion, who claimed he didn’t know the suspect, was
released. Report number: 130321047

11:00am           100 Blk Moreland                    Fraud
12:10pm           Unit Blk Everson                      Harassing Phone Calls
1:00pm           5200 Blk Diamond Heights       Burglary
11:08pm           Bosworth/Cuvier                      Traffic Collision

Saturday, April 20th, 2013
Nothing to report from Glen Park.

Sunday, April 21st, 2013
5:30pm           100 Blk Bemis                         Stolen Vehicle

Monday, April 22nd, 2013
10:27pm     Bosworth/Marsily                            Robbery
Officers Carrasco and Dominguez were responding to another call when
they were flagged down by a man, who said he was robbed by two men
after exiting the Glen Park BART station. The victim told the officers
he was walking down Bosworth Street when he saw two men approaching
him on the sidewalk. The victim crossed the street to avoid the men,
but the suspects turned and followed him. When the suspects reached
the victim they grabbed his shirt and pushed him up against the wall
on a building. One of the robbers told the victim, “this will only
hurt for a minute. Give me everything”. The two robbers took the
victims red bag with clothing, books and eye glasses, and then reached
into his jacket and took more clothing, a wallet containing credit
cards, ID cards, miscellaneous business cards, and a cell phone before
running away. The officers broadcast a description of the suspects
and, a short time later, Ingleside Officers Ma and Hauscarriague
radioed they located some of the victim’s property on the 100 block of
Rousseau Street. Officer Hauscarriague also broadcast that he noticed
a tall wooden fence in the area moving back and forth and “crunching”
sound coming from the other side of the fence. Other Ingleside
officers responded to the scene and Officer Hauscarriague peered over
the fence and spotted the two suspects in the backyard of a residence.
They were immediately taken into custody and a search of the two
robbers found some of the victim’s clothing along with his wallet.
Both suspects were taken to Ingleside Station and booked on a variety
of charges. Report number: 130330355

6:00pm           200 Blk Mateo                         Theft from Vehicle

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