Crime Report: Oct. 2 – 5, 2015

Friday, October 2nd, 2015
07:00pm 100 Blk Monterey Battery

Saturday, October 3rd, 2015

6:12am 30th/San Jose Att. Homicide w/gun
A night on the town for two men almost turned deadly as they returned
home. The two had just parked when an unknown assailant walked up to
the truck holding a hand gun demanding their money. The driver of the
truck swatted the gun away with his hand and the suspect fled
westbound on 30thStreet and then southbound on San Jose. The victims
decided to walk home from their parked truck and as they approached a
building on the 800 block of San Jose, the suspect suddenly appeared
again and took out a gun and fired it at one of the victims, wounding
him in the leg. The second victim started running away southbound on
San Jose but he was also shot by the suspect during his attempted
escape suffering a critical wounds. The suspect then ran across San
Jose and entered a waiting vehicle being driven by a female
accomplice. Close to a dozen Ingleside officers, along with fire
department and emergency medical personnel, responded to the scene.
The incident remains under investigation by the Departments major
crimes task force. Both victims were treated for their wounds by
physicians at San Francisco General Hospital. Report number: 150865871

05:16pm 2800 Blk Diamond Fraud
08:00pm Arlington/Miguel Hit and Run

Sunday, October 4th, 2015
10:00am Diamond Heights/Elk Theft from Vehicle

Monday, October 5th, 2015
Nothing to report from Glen Park.

Tuesday, October 6th, 2015
Nothing to report from Glen Park.

Wednesday, October 7th, 2015

4:43pm 30th/Dolores Warrant Arrest
Officers Lustenburger, Quintero, Hackard, and Sgt Alvarez were
patrolling along the Mission Street corridor when they spotted a
suspect, whom they knew from previous police contacts, walking on 30th
Street. The officers immediately recognized him and knew that he had
recently escaped from custody while being transported some days prior.
The officers tactfully approached the suspect and arrested him without
incident. He was transported to Ingleside station and booked for
escaping from custody and a probation violation along with the
outstanding warrant. Report number: 150878749

Thursday, October 8th, 2015
Nothing to report from Glen Park.

Friday, October 9th, 2015
11:30pm Unit Blk Addison Stolen Vehicle

******Ingleside officer injured on duty in Bernal Heights******

Monday, October 5th, 2015
12:03am Unit Blk Mirabel Assault on a Police Officer

Police officers understand that sometimes a routine call turns into a
life-threatening event. On most days routine stays routine. On this
night, routine almost cost an Ingleside officer his life.

It started out innocent enough. The department has been dealing with a
rash of car burglaries in the City. The Ingleside District has dealt
with more than its share. Ingleside Officers Stark and Carew, along
with many other Ingleside units, were sent to investigate a vehicle
break in on Mirabel Avenue. The caller said there were four suspects
inside a white BMW. The caller gave the BMW’s license plate number to
dispatch, who informed the officers that the vehicle was wanted for a
previous burglary and it had fled from Mission units who tried to stop
it less than an hour before the current call. Ingleside Officers
Hermosura and Ferronato were first to arrive on scene and, as they
pulled up, three suspects exited the BMW and escaped down a nearby
stairwell. However, the driver put the BMW in gear and took off at a
high rate of speed. Officers Hermosura broadcast that he was in
pursuit as he chased the fleeing subject through the narrow streets in
the neighborhood. After three blocks, fearing for the safety of
pedestrians and other motorists, Officer Hermosura cancelled his
pursuit. The vehicle was last seen driving east on Montezuma Street.

A few seconds later all the responding police personnel were startled
by the distressing sound of an officer screaming for help on the
radio. Dispatch quickly put out a call of “officer down” on the unit
block of Mirabel Streets. Every available Ingleside unit, along with
several units from Bayview and Mission Station sped to the scene. They
found Ingleside Officer Bryant lying on his back on the sidewalk
screaming in pain. Officer Bryant told his colleagues that he thought
he was going to die. An ambulance was dispatched while Sgt. Mitchell
rendered first aid. The driver of the BMW was lying face down on the
sidewalk, in handcuffs, surrounded by Officers Montero and Roche.
Roche and Montero were following Bryant as they arrived on Mirabel
Avenue. Just then, the BMW, driven by the suspect, arrived and stopped
in front of Bryant’s patrol car which was blocking the street. All the
officers exited their patrol car and ordered the suspect out of the
car. But instead of exiting the BMW, the suspect accelerated at the
officers. All were able to avoid getting hit except for Bryant, who
was hit by the BMW’s front bumper and pinned against a parked Volvo.
Officer Montero quickly pulled Officer Bryant, who was in extreme
pain, out to safety. The driver of the BMW was taken into custody and
booked on a variety of charges. The other occupants of the BMW were
quickly apprehended in the area by other officers. Officer Bryant was
treated at San Francisco General Hospital for serious injuries to his
legs and chest and is now recovering at home. Report number: 150870820


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