Glen Park crime report, Dec. 5 – 25, 2014

Friday, December 5th, 2014
Nothing to report from Glen Park.

Saturday, December 6th, 2014
Nothing to report from Glen Park.

Sunday, December 7th, 2014
4:47pm 2800 Blk Diamond Theft from Building

Monday, December 8th, 2014
1:31pm Bosworth/Oshaughnessy Traffic Collision
6:00pm Bosworth/Brompton Hit and Run

Tuesday, December 9th, 2014
2:00pm 100 Blk Miguel Recovered Vehicle

Wednesday, December 10th, 2014
1:30pm Diamond Heights/Addison Theft from Vehicle
7:10pm Unit Blk Joost Vandalism to Property

Thursday, December 11th, 2014
2:38am San Jose/Monterey Traffic Collision
7:00am Unit Blk Joost Vandalism to Property
11:30am Circular/Baden Stolen Vehicle

Friday, December 12th, 2014
7:03am Unit Blk Addison Burglary

Saturday, December 13th, 2014

12:24am Diamond/Moreland D.U.I
A woman was in her home when she heard a loud crash. She looked out
the window and saw a car parked in the street next to her car. A
neighbor, who also heard the crash, told Ingleside Officers Hackard
and Nguyen that he looked out his living room window and noticed a
motorist going “back and forth numerous times” in the street in front
of his neighbor’s home and next to his neighbor’s car. The witness
went outside, walked up to the driver’s open window and smelled the
strong odor of alcohol. He reached in the car and took the keys from
the ignition and called police. Officers Hackard and Nguyen arrived
soon thereafter and noticed significant damage to a parked car and the
car in the street. The driver of that vehicle told the officers that
he consumed “four cocktails” earlier that evening. He was asked to
perform several roadside sobriety tests which he failed. The suspect
was taken to Mission Station where a breath test revealed a blood
alcohol level almost three times the legal limit. He was transported
to the county jail and booked for driving while intoxicated. Report
number: 141046737

12:24am Diamond/Moreland Traffic Collision
1:30am Diamond/Moreland Hit and Run

Sunday, December 14th, 2014
11:30am San Jose/Rousseau Traffic Collision

Monday, December 15th, 2014
Nothing to report from Glen Park.

Tuesday, December 16th, 2014

3:27am 200 Blk Gold Mine Burglary
A call of a burglary in progress resulted in the arrest of three
suspects. Officers Tran and Hauscarriage were dispatched to a call of
a burglary on the 200 block of Gold Mine Drive. Once they arrived,
they heard noises and saw flashlights coming from inside the home. The
officers held a perimeter and immediately requested backup. Once
back-up arrived, multiple units entered and searched the interior,
room by room. Inside the residence they found and took into custody
three suspects who were busy ransacking the place. A witness told
officers that he heard noises coming from his neighbor’s house and
immediately called the police. The homeowner was notified and
immediately responded to his residence. Once there he identified some
of his property that had been taken in the burglary, which included a
lot of antique pieces. All three suspects were transported to
Ingleside Station and charged with an array of felony charges
including burglary, conspiracy and possession of stolen items. Report
Number: 141055302

12:00am 200 Blk Surrey Stolen Vehicle
2:30pm 300 Blk Arbor Burglary
10:05pm 200 Blk Addison Disturbing the Peace

Wednesday, December 17th, 2014
7:45am 400 Blk Beacon Recovered Vehicle
6:30pm Diamond/Chenery Fraud

Thursday, December 18th, 2014
Nothing to report from Glen Park.

Friday, December 19th, 2014

10:34pm 2800 Blk Diamond Recovered Vehicle
Ingleside Officers Padilla and Barajas were dispatched to the Glen
Park BART station parking lot to investigate a possible stolen
vehicle. When they arrived they found the suspected thieves, a man and
woman, sitting inside a stolen 1990 Honda Accord. The Accord had been
stolen three days before from an address in San Francisco. The
officers removed the suspects and placed them under arrest. Inside the
Honda the officers seized several “shaved keys” used to steal this car
as well as older Hondas and other vehicles. The driver was transported
to Ingleside Station and booked for auto theft. Report number:

12:09am 100 Blk Laidley Vandalism to Property
8:00pm 100 Blk Fairmount Stolen License Plate

Saturday, December 20th, 2014
4:52pm 100 Blk Fairmount Recovered License Plate

Sunday, December 21st, 2014
12:00pm Diamond/Surrey Hit and Run
5:00pm 200 Blk 30th Burglary

Monday, December 22nd, 2014

7:26pm Diamond Hts/Addison Robbery
A woman flagged down Ingleside Officers Chew and Ishida to report a
robbery. She said she was waiting at the bus stop when a man
approached her, indicated he had a gun, and said, “Give me your bags”.
The victim complied and the robber escaped with her cell phone and lap
top. Report number: 141075877

Tuesday, December 23rd, 2014

6:12am 800 Blk Chenery Robbery
A man walking to the Glen Park BART station was robbed of his
belongings by armed suspects. The victim told Ingleside Officer
Anderson that he had just parked his car on Elk Street and was walking
down Chenery when he heard what he thought was a jogger behind him.
When he stepped to the side to let the jogger run by he felt someone
tugging at his briefcase. The victim turned around and was confronted
by a robber, wearing a “Hoodie”, and pointing a pistol at his
forehead. The robber mumbled, “Give me your bag” and the victim
surrendered his briefcase while raising his hands in the air. The
suspect, along with an accomplice, started walking backward to escape
all the while pointing the gun at their victim. The victim then pulled
out his cell phone and started dialing “911”. The suspects, noticing
the victim on the phone, ran back and instructed him to give them his
phone. He did. Then he ran away and called police. The loss was his
briefcase, Ipad, and identification. Report number: 141077130

Wednesday, December 24th, 2014
11:49am 2500 Blk Diamond Threats
10:00pm 800 Blk Congo Stolen Vehicle

Thursday, December 25th, 2014
Nothing to report from Glen Park.


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