ingleside station.gifCaptain’s Message:

Great police work along Leland Avenue last night with two separate incidents:
Violent suspect arrested! (See Below)
Gun seized! (See Below)

We are grateful to the Police Officers from other police stations who covered patrolling the Ingleside District yesterday while we attended the funeral for Officer Michael Walsh.

I will be on foot patrol on Tuesday, July 14th from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. in Glen Park, stopping by all the businesses and meeting the merchants.

Ingleside Station officers made 6 Driving Under the Influence arrests in June!

The Police Commission will be hosting their meeting in the Ingleside District on Wednesday, July 29, 2009 at 5:30 p.m. at the Paul Revere College Preparatory School, 555 Tompkins Street. I will be presenting on the Ingleside District and updating the Police Commission on the Phase I Implementation Plan.

We so far have received over 860 surveys! We want to hear your opinions about policing in the Ingleside District. Please visit to respond to an on-line survey or to download a copy in English

, Spanish or Chinese. You can also pick up a paper copy of the survey at the Ingleside Police Station or City Hall Room 316. The survey is available through July 13th, we are extending the date.

This survey is among the many initiatives that the Ingleside District is implementing in accordance with the best practices in policing. As you may know, Ingleside was selected by the Department and the Police Commission to implement a new model of policing as was recommended by nationally recognized police consultants. These community based recommendations are excellent and get to the core of community policing and community based problem solving. I look forward to your participation in this survey and future efforts to implement innovative ideas in community policing.

Incident Date: Wednesday, July 8, 2009

4:22 pm 100 block Leland Ave. Aggravated Assault
Officer Shinbori and Officer Owens responded to a call of a man with a gun. The victim told the officers that he and the suspect had a verbal argument, after which the suspect pulled out a black handgun, pointed it at the victim, and shoved the victim away. Sergeant Paine located the suspect several blocks away and took him into custody. Although the weapon was never recovered, the suspect was booked for assault, case number 090695172.

10:36 pm Cora St. / Leland Ave. Firearm Possession
Officer Plantinga and Officer Obot were on patrol in the Sunnydale public housing area when they spotted a moving vehicle that failed to stop at a stop sign. Officer Plantinga effected a traffic enforcement stop of the vehicle. Upon contact with the driver, Officer Plantinga detected a strong odor of an illegal narcotic emanating from inside of the vehicle, which was occupied by eight individuals. Officer Elton and Officer Campbell arrived onscene, and the officers began to extract the occupants from the vehicle. One occupant suddenly bolted from the vehicle, and Officer Obot gave chase on foot.
Unfortunately, after a lengthy foot pursuit and under the cover of darkness, the suspect managed to evade the officer. With the remaining subjects detained, Officer Plantinga searched the vehicle. The officer was unable to locate any illegal narcotic but instead recovered a loaded firearm under the seat of one male suspect. After further investigation, the driver was cited for the moving violation and released, one suspect was booked for possession of the firearm, and the other occupants were released, case number 090696324.

Other Incidents:

1:03 pm 100 block London St. Grand Theft
Officer Crudo and Officer Dobrowolski responded to a report of vandalism at a local community center. The facilities manager told the officers that he returned to work on this day to discover that several expensive lighting equipment had been stolen from the side of the building, case number 090694152.

5:12 pm 100 block Garrison Ave Battery
Officer Paras and Officer Stansbury responded to a call of a fight and met with the victim. The victim stated that when she returned home, three female suspects, whom the victim knew, began yelling at her from across the street. The three suspects approached the victim, and one suspect punched the victim several times. The victim retreated into her house and the suspects fled away, case number 090695423.

Vehicle Incidents:

4:26 pm Baden St. / Hearst Ave. Vehicle Collision
5:15 pm 100 block Onondaga Ave. Stolen Vehicle
5:45 pm Mount Vernon St. / Alemany Blvd. Vehicle Collision

Ingleside Station
Captain David Lazar
Commanding Officer
1 Sgt. John V. Young Lane
San Francisco, CA 94112
(415) 404-4030

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