The following are Glen Park crimes from the Ingleside Station Newsletter
Thursday, December 16, 2010
Friday, December 17th, 2010
07:35 am, 5200 Diamond Heights, Theft, Shoplifting
Officer Johnson responded to a theft call at a grocery store. The officer was told that an African American male, 40-50 years old, 6’0, 180 lbs, with a goatee, wearing a yellow hooded sweatshirt, black coat, and dark jeans, ran out of the store with a case of liquor. The suspect was accompanied by an African American female, 5’5, 200 lbs, wearing all black clothing. The suspects got into a red Dodge Ram pickup truck driven by another African American male and fled the scene. Report number 101159041
Saturday, December 18, 2010
02:15 am, 600 blk Chenery, Burglary, other Building, Force
Officers Morse and Vizcay responded to an alarm call with Officers Otaguro and Baldovino. The officers found that the suspect had fled the scene. The owner of the restaurant arrived and showed the officers video surveillance footage of the incident. The suspect was visible in the footage. The suspect was an African American male, 35-45 years old, with black hair, and a close cropped beard. The loss was several bottles of liquor from the bar area of the restaurant. Report number 101161933
Sunday, December 19, 2010
12:33 am, Elk/Chenery, Unlicensed Driver
Monday, December 20, 2010
05:29 pm, 5200 blk Diamond Hgts, Shoplifting Arrest
A grocery store security officer apprehended a female shoplifter that he observed concealing cosmetics in her pants. The guard stopped the woman after she failed to pay for the items and walked out of the store. Officer Shugars responded to the store and took custody of the prisoner then cited and release her at the scene. Report number 101169636
06:30 pm, 5200 blk Diamond Hgts, Burglary, Apartment, Unlawful
Officers Jones and Khan responded to a burglary call. The victim told the officers that he was only out for about 30 minutes, leaving the sliding door unlocked but closed. The victim returned to find the sliding door ajar and his laptop computer was stolen. No suspect information was available. Report number 101170536
I would like to wish everyone Happy Holidays. This is the season where you get the chance to reflect on the many blessings you have, both big and small, and give thought of those less fortunate, both financial and in health.
Stay warm and take care,
Captain Louis Cassanego
My name is Erica and I am the current program coordinator for NERT, the Neighborhood Emergency Response Team. This program provides instructor lead classroom training with hands on components included to prepare San Franciscans for a disaster no matter how big or small. Earthquake? Power Outage? Flooding on Shotwell Street? This all hazards approach begins with caring for oneself and family and includes training to become a volunteer emergency responder in your neighborhood.
I am writing to request your assistance to get the word out about this free training opportunity. We do not have an advertising budget and rely on word of mouth to spread this important information. We are now celebrating over 20 years of consistent emergency response team training and I still often meet people who are not aware of this opportunity.
New NERT classes are coming up and people should take the training that best fits their schedule. People can join their neighborhood team upon completion of the training. Participants should plan to attend all sessions of the training to gain the full scope and benefit. New students may begin no later than the 2nd week of a six-week class and must begin on the 1st day of a two day intensive class.
There is also a three-hour introductory workshop that focuses on personal preparedness.
Thank you in advance for any assistance you can provide in telling people about NERT training.
Seven new classes are beginning in the New Year. More will be added through the spring. Check back to the website if the scheduling does not fit your needs. Click the link: http://www.sf-fire.org/index.aspx?page=859
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