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Daly City Police Department
Thursday June 6th, 2019 :: 05:01 p.m. PDT

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Crime Alert Bulletin

When I mention “the unit block” of a street, this means the incident occurred at an address anywhere between 1 and 99 of the street.


Notable Cases

On Monday, 05-27-19 at 2:50 a.m., Officer Hart was on patrol in the area of Mission Street and Templeton Street looking for a subject on a bicycle who was reported to be checking door handles of parked vehicles in the neighborhood. Officer Hart saw a subject sitting on a bench with a bicycle nearby him at the bus stop at Mission Street and Goethe Street. Officer Hart saw a backpack next to the subject, and when he approached the subject, he said the subject swept his hand across the top of the backpack, pushing an item to the ground. Officer Hart heard a distinct sound of glass breaking, and he shined his flashlight onto the ground and saw a glass pipe. Before the officer could retrieve the item, he said the subject intentionally stomped down on the pipe and used his foot to push the glass underneath the bus stop bench. The subject was on parole for burglary, and Officer Hart searched the subject. The subject had methamphetamine in his possession, as well as property (tax papers) not belonging to him. Officer Hart arrested the subject, a 37-year old Oakland resident, for destroying evidence, possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia and misappropriation of lost property.

On Wednesday, 05-29-19 at 3:29 a.m., Officer Shoopman and Officer McCarthy were dispatched to a call of a lady kicking the door of an apartment on the unit block of Poncetta Drive. A 28-year old Los Angeles resident was subsequently arrested for residential burglary, assault with a deadly weapon and vandalism after she forcibly broke the front door and threw a ceramic coffee mug at her 22-year old sister’s face, causing a laceration to her lip. The suspect also punched her other sister, a 25-year old Los Angeles resident, in her face two times. This occurred after all the subjects returned from a bar after a graduation celebration.

On Thursday, 05-30-19 at 9:55 p.m., Officer Moody was dispatched to a non-injury collision in the area of Hickey Boulevard and Gellert Boulevard. The parties exchanged information, but one of the drivers was reported as possibly being under the influence of alcohol. Officer Moody saw the vehicle in question driving in the area with the hazard lights on and no blinkers when the car had made turns. Officer Moody conducted a traffic stop of the vehicle on the 300 block of Gellert Boulevard and immediately noticed the subject was slurring his words and smelled of alcohol. The officer conducted field sobriety tests on the subject, and the subject failed to complete them satisfactorily. The subject, a 69-year old Pacifica resident, was arrested for driving under the influence.

On Friday, 05-31-19 at 10:27 p.m., Officer Todaro was dispatched to the area of Hickey Boulevard and Longford Drive on a report of a subject who was playing loud music from his vehicle and yelling racial slurs. Lt. Brennan arrived prior to Officer Todaro, and Officer Todaro could hear on the police radio a subject yelling at Lt. Brennan. Officer Todaro arrived on the scene and saw that the subject had positioned himself directly facing Lt. Brennan. The subject was in a fighting stance and was constantly moving around and speaking rapidly—exhibiting signs of being under the influence of a controlled substance. The subject, a 48-year old South San Francisco resident, was arrested for resisting a peace officer and for being under the influence of a controlled substance. Officer Todaro was examined by a doctor for an injury he suffered to his hand.

On Saturday, 06-01-19 at 1:19 a.m., subsequent to a call regarding a subject who was damaging a sign at the Pentecostal Missionary Church on Mission Street, Officer Greene arrested a 23-year old Daly City resident for resisting/obstructing a police officer and for public intoxication.

On Saturday, 06-01-19 at 6:44 pm., a loss prevention officer for DSW was the victim of an assault with a deadly weapon after she confronted a customer for stealing shoes. The 22-year old victim said earlier in the evening, a subject exited the store while holding a large bag/purse that set off the security sensors. The loss prevention officer reviewed the CCTV footage and saw that the suspect selected shoes throughout the store, placed the shoes in a bag and left the store without paying for the shoes. About an hour later, the loss prevention officer said the same suspect walked back into the store. The manager asked the subject to leave the store because of the earlier theft. The subject became argumentative, claiming she didn’t steal anything. The loss prevention officer intervened and told the suspect she was not allowed in the store and told her to leave the property. The subject became increasingly angry and yelled, saying they had no proof she had stolen anything. The victim advised her it was on video and retrieved her cell phone, saying she was going to call the police. The victim said the suspect then slapped at the cell phone before punching her in the mouth with her right fist. The loss prevention officer said they then “squared up” in fighting stances before the suspect started walking out of the store. The victim said the suspect then picked up a tall chair with metal legs and threw it at the victim and fled the store. The victim avoided being hit by the chair but suffered a slight swelling to her lip.

On Sunday, 06-02-19 at 12:30 a.m., officers were dispatched to a call regarding a man with a knife at the In N Out restaurant on Washington Street. The reporting party, a 23-year old Lyft driver from Sacramento, said he picked up a rider in Daly City and said the subject had been drinking and instructed the driver to make right and left turns with no indication of where he intended to go. The driver said he ended up in downtown San Francisco and turned around to start driving back to Daly City. The driver said he asked the customer if he wanted to get food, and the customer agreed. The driver changed lanes to get off of the freeway, and the subject demanded the driver to stay on the freeway. The driver exited the freeway anyway, and the subject then removed a knife from his pants pocket and told the driver, “Don’t get yourself in trouble”. The driver said the subject had pointed the knife at him when he made the statement as he drove to the In N Out restaurant. The subject, a 25-year old Pacifica resident, was still in the parking lot of the In N Out restaurant and was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon and possession of cocaine. The Lyft driver was not physically injured.

On Sunday, 06-02-19 at 2:15 a.m., Officer Cain and Officer Chow were dispatched to the corner of Ocean Grove Avenue and Southgate Avenue on the report of a vehicle vs. a parked vehicle collision, and the male driver was unresponsive. Officer Cain woke up the driver, a 31-year old Daly City resident, and conducted field sobriety tests. The subject was subsequently arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol.




Robberies

There was one robbery during the past week.

On Sunday, 06-02-19 at 5:31 p.m., two unknown subjects with hoodies over their heads entered the Sprint Store and ran directly back towards the east wall and forcefully pulled iPhones from the secured display shelf. The subjects threatened employees as they ran out of the store with merchandise and fled into a burgundy vehicle. This investigation is continuing.


Residential Burglaries

There was one residential burglary and one attempted residential burglary during the past week.

On Monday, 05-27-19 between 9:33 p.m. and 9:38 p.m., two unknown subjects burglarized a residence on the unit block of Liebig Street. The method of entry is unknown. The subjects took tools. This investigation is continuing.

Between Friday, 05-31-19 at 6:30 p.m. and Saturday, 06-01-19 at 10:30 a.m., an unknown suspect broke the small front door glass of an apartment building on the unit block of Liebig Street, but no entry was gained. (This was not the same apartment as reported above this entry.)


Commercial Burglaries

There were no commercial burglaries during the past week.


Vehicle Burglaries

There were five vehicle burglaries during the past week.

• Boulevard Café parking lot—a backpack and suitcases containing electronics, gifts and clothing were taken from a 2019 Ford Transit van. The rear swinging door windows and front passenger window were smashed. Occurred on 05-27-19 at 2:52 p.m.
• Boulevard Café parking lot—a purse containing make-up and medication was taken from a 2018 Toyota 4-Runner. The right rear window was smashed. Occurred on 05-29-19 at 9:26 a.m.
• 1901 Junipero Serra Boulevard—an iPad and air pods were taken from a 2018 BMW X2. The method of entry is unknown. Occurred on 06-01-19 between 11:00 p.m. and 11:05 p.m. **On-line report.
• St. Andrew’s Church parking lot—a backpack containing makeup and phone chargers was taken from behind the driver’s seat of a Toyota Solara. The right rear window was smashed. Occurred on 06-02-19 between 10:45 a.m. and noon.
• St. Andrew’s Church parking lot—a backpack containing money, a cell phone and a debit card was taken from the left rear seat of a 2012 Toyota Camry. The left rear window was smashed. Occurred on 06-02-19 between 11;06 a.m. and 12:06 p.m.


Stolen Vehicles

There were two vehicles stolen during the past week. One was recovered.

• Unit block of Acton Street—a 2003 Honda motorcycle. Occurred between 10:30 p.m. on 05-27-19 and 7:30 a.m. on 05-28-19.
• Hillside Boulevard/Linden Street—a 2017 Acura ILX. Occurred between 10:30 p.m. on 06-01-19 and 6:20 a.m. on 06-02-19. **Recovered by Pacifica P.D. on 06-02-19.



Miscellaneous

• There were 9 domestic disturbance cases reported
• There were 2 shoplifting incidents reported
• There were 10 cases involving an involuntary psychiatric hold
• There were 4 malicious mischief/vandalism case reported
• There were 2 arrests for public intoxication
• There were 3 hit and run collisions reported
• There were 7 “boots” placed on cars for unpaid parking tickets


Scams/Other

Nothing to report.


Community Events/Information


Household Waste Disposal Event—Saturday, June 8, 2019

San Mateo County residents can safely dispose of household hazardous waste (HHW) free of charge on Saturday, June 8. To participate, residents must schedule an appointment at San Mateo County’s HHW program: www.smchealth.org/hhw or by calling (650) 363-4718, selecting option 3. The event location will be disclosed once your appointment has been confirmed. No commercial waste is allowed. The limit is gallons (liquid) or 50 pounds (solid) per appointment.

Accepted items include acids/bases, aerosol cans, automotive supplies (car batteries, motor oil, antifreeze, brake fluid), cleaning products, fertilizers, pesticides, flammable liquids, fluorescent lights (compact and tubes), paint, inks, and photo chemicals. NO radioactive, explosive, medical or commercial waste is allowed. All waste collected is reused, recycled, or stabilized for proper disposal to achieve zero waste being landfilled.
Study Session on Parking in Daly City—Monday, June 24th at 5:30 p.m.
You are invited to attend a study session on parking in Daly City that will be held at the Council Chambers at City Hall, 333-90th Street on Monday June 24th at 5:30 p.m. At this session, staff will review the history of efforts to address parking challenges in Daly City and discuss options for public involvement with the City Council. This is a Study Session, and it will not include any voting or decision-making. The City Councilmembers will provide feedback on staff recommendations regarding a plan for public engagement. In the upcoming months, there will be many opportunities to weigh in regarding potential solutions to parking challenges. If you would like to be notified of these opportunities, please e-mail Stephen Stolte at sstolte@dalycity.org or call (650) 991-8126.

San Mateo County Alert System (SMC)

Have you signed up to receive these alerts? This alert is a free digital communication system used by emergency management agencies and first responders to send emergency alerts, notifications and updates to portable digital devices. In an emergency situation, an alert will be sent by San Mateo County authorized personnel and you will receive messages on your cell phone or mobile device. Most carriers activate the service automatically. To receive emergency alerts, sign up by visiting www.smcalert.info .According to County records, Daly City has the lowest number of registered users in the county. Please sign up today!


Nextdoor.com

Nextdoor.com is a free private social networking website for your neighborhood. This private network ensures that only those who live in your neighborhood can join; users must go through a verification process. Neighbors ask each other for business recommendations; help in locating missing pets; discuss relevant local government issues; or connect for other reasons. It is very easy to sign up. I like the fact that the site verifies users by addresses, and it won’t allow people to access to a neighborhood if they don’t live there. Please note: The City of Daly City and/or the Police Department cannot see what residents post—we are only allowed to post information. There is also a mobile application, or you can have it sent to your e-mail. Give it a try! www.nextdoor.com


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If you have any suggestions or questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. Thank you for your concern for our community. I appreciate you taking the time to read my bulletins. Your comments are always welcome!





Diane McCarthy, Management Analyst (650) 746-8373 dmccarthy@dalycity.org

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Daly City Police Department
333 90th St
Daly City, CA 94015

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