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Daly City Police Department
Wednesday August 30th, 2017 :: 01:21 p.m. PDT

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Crime Alert and Community Update 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 Wednesday, 08-23-17 at 8:05 a.m., Officer Perdomo was dispatched to the 1600 block of Edgeworth Avenue on a report of a theft from the model homes construction site. The superintendent said two units were equipped with several appliances and noticed the both microwaves were missing. The superintendent did not notice any forced entry and said that subcontractors enter and exit the model homes constantly. Later that evening, the reporting party called Officer Perdomo and said he located a “Craigslist” ad for the exact model microwave stolen from the construction site. The officer checked the phone number offered on the ad, and determined the phone number belonged to a subject who was on search and seizure court probation. Officers went to his residence in Broadmoor the next day, and they found the 34-year old subject hiding in his closet in his room. The microwave listed on the ad was in the garage. The other residents of the house were unsure of how the microwave arrived. Officer Perdomo was able to find out who bought the other microwave, and it was located in San Francisco. The subject was arrested for commercial burglary and possession of stolen property.

On Wednesday, 08-23-17 at 4:18 p.m., Officer Cain conducted a traffic stop of a vehicle containing four occupants at John Daly Boulevard and Lake Merced Boulevard. The driver, a 23-year old Pacifica resident, was on probation for burglary, and there was a search and seizure clause. Officer Digiacomo arrived to assist while Officer Cain searched the vehicle. After finding a replica firearm (an air soft gun) from underneath the passenger seat of the vehicle and also a window punch in the glovebox, Officer Cain placed the driver under arrest. Finishing his search of the vehicle, Officer Cain found two rifles which were determined to be pellet guns in the trunk. The driver was arrested for possession of burglary tools, contributing to the delinquency of a minor (two of the occupants of the vehicle were 17 years old) and for a probation violation.

On Thursday, 08-24-17 at 2:10 p.m., officers arrested a 37-year old Daly City resident for burglary and embezzlement after embezzling over $30,000 from the Steak N’ Shake restaurant, where he was employed.

On Friday, 08-25-17 at 8:50 a.m., Officer Gill was dispatched to the 6200 block of Mission Street on a report of a woman not wearing pants and lying on the sidewalk. When Officer Gill arrived, he saw the subject on top of a sleeping bag and asked for her name and if she was okay. The subject stood up, pulled up her pants and ran into traffic on Mission Street in an attempt to run away from the officer. Officer Gill attempted to detain the subject, and the subject spit in his face. The subject shouted, “everybody is going to die”. While searching the subject, the officer found a small glass pipe with a burnt residue in it. The subject refused to give the officer her name, and the officer transported her to the Colma Police Department to obtain her identify from the “Live Scan” machine. While at the Colma Police Department, the subject said, “I’m going to shoot you” and “everyone is going to die” several times. The subject, a 49-year old Vallejo resident, was transported to Mills Peninsula Hospital for a mental health hold for being a danger to herself and others since she made statements of shooting and killing people. The officer asked the mental health staff to notify him when the subject was medically cleared so he could book her into jail for assaulting a police officer in the course of his duties, resisting and obstructing a peace officer and for being in possession of illegal drug paraphernalia.

On Friday, 08-25-17 at 11:45 a.m., the principal at Thornton High School was advised that a student was “out of it” and was seen bumping into things. The sturdent was brought to the office, and the principal said the subject smelled what he believed was marijuana coming from the student. The 17-year old student had marijuana inside of his backpack. The subject’s mother picked him up from school, and the incident will be handled by school personnel.

On Friday, 08-25-17 at 3:13 p.m., an officer was dispatched to Westmoor High School on a report of a student who was found in possession of Xanax. The campus security officer said the student came to the security office to report her iPod missing. The security officer asked the student to dump the contents of her backpack onto his desk so that he could help her locate the iPod. In going through the items, the security officer found a tube that appeared to contain marijuana residue and also a container containing a clear plastic sandwich bag containing 46 pills. The officer asked the subject what the pills were, and she admitted they were Xanax and that she sold some of them to friends within the past few days. The subject’s mother was contacted and wanted to teach her 13-year old daughter a lesson and requested her to be booked at the Youth Services Center.

On Saturday, 08-26-17 at 5:14 p.m., a 38-year old San Francisco resident reported seeing a subject masturbating on the ramp on Park Plaza Drive leading to the front of the Safeway store. The reporting party did not want to be involved but said reporting it was the right thing to do. She could only describe the suspect as a black male, approximately 30 years old, 5’9”, with a long goatee, wearing a long yellow t-shirt and blue jeans. Officers canvassed the area but could not locate the suspect.

On Wednesday, 08-23-17 at 6:53 p.m., Officer Perdomo and Officer Jackson-Berrios were dispatched to a report of a brandishing with a knife that occurred on the 200 block of South Mayfair Avenue. Officer Castillo located a subject matching the description of the subject given to dispatchers. The other two officers contacted the reporting party who said he was walking on the 200 block of South Mayfair Avenue when he heard a loud bang behind him, and when he turned around, he saw a subject wearing a face mask, waving a knife and saying something. The victim could not understand what the subject was saying because of the subject’s face mask and because he was wearing headphones. The victim, a 43-year old San Francisco resident, said he walked away towards the bus stop and decided to call 9-1-1 because he believed the subject could ask for his wallet or stab him. The 37-year old transient subject was arrested for brandishing a weapon.


Robberies

There was one robbery during the past week.

On Tuesday, 08-22-17 at 7:10 p.m. a 36-year old Daly City resident was the victim of an armed robbery by a subject who showed a box cutter to him after forcing his way into a residence on the unit block of Shakespeare Avenue. The victim said the subject punched and choked him until he lost consciousness. He said the subject stole his backpack containing a cell phone, iPad and laptop. Investigators determined the subjects met through an on-line meeting app, and were able to identify the suspect. The subject, a 26-year old San Francisco resident, was arrested on 08-27-17 for assault with a deadly weapon, robbery, false imprisonment with violence and for a bench warrant.


Residential Burglaries

There was one residential burglary during the past week.

On Wednesday, 08-23-17 at approximately 1:30 a.m., a 27-year old Daly City resident reported being the victim of a residential burglary by a subject who entered his apartment through the front window. This occurred on the unit block of Escuela Drive. The reporting party said his friend was visiting him at his apartment, and the subject is the former boyfriend of his friend. The subject, a 26-year old San Francisco resident, was arrested for burglary and for stalking.


Commercial Burglaries
There were two commercial burglaries during the past week.

Between 6:30 p.m. on 08-21-17 and 11:00 a.m. on 08-22-17, the Lafferty Community Properties construction site on the 1600 block of Edgeworth Avenue was burglarized by a subject who stole two microwaves. An arrest was made in the case. See “notable cases” for more information.

On Sunday, 07-30-17 at approximately 6:00 a.m. and on Wednesday, 08-23-17 at approximately 6:00 a.m., a former employee of the Hollister clothing store gained access to the store before the hours of operation by using a key and stole clothing and money from the store safe. The suspect, a 24-year old Redwood City resident, was arrested for commercial burglary.


Vehicle Burglaries
There were two vehicle burglaries during the past week.

• Parking garage at 2051 Junipero Serra Boulevard (3rd floor)—a witness saw a subject break into a 2012 Volvo C70 by using an object to punch the passenger window. No property was taken. Occurred on 08-22-17 at 9:30 a.m. The subject, a 16-year old San Francisco resident, was arrested for burglary and for possession of burglary tools.
• Accacia Street/Geneva Avenue—a Michael Kors bag containing a wallet with $350 was taken from the backseat of a 2015 Ford Explorer. The right rear window was smashed. Occurred on 08-23-17 between 9:00 a.m. and 9:10 a.m.


Stolen Vehicles

There were four vehicles stolen during the past week. Two were recovered.

• Unit block of Florence Street—a 1992 Honda Accord. Occurred on 08-24-17 between 10:00 a.m. and 1:10 p.m.
• Skyline Drive/Crestview Avenue—a 2002 Dodge Dakota. Occurred between 5:30 p.m. on 08-24-17 and 8:00 a.m. on 08-25-17. **Recovered by the California Parks & Recreation Law Enforcement on 08-25-17.
• 400 block of Skyline Drive—a 2010 Toyota Prius. The reporting party loaned his car to his friend on 07-28-17 who, as of 08-27-17, did not return the vehicle. The vehicle was recovered later in the day by San Francisco P.D.
• 400 block of Northaven Drive—a 2016 Honda Accord. The reporting party left his vehicle running in front of his house for five minutes. Occurred on 08-28-17 between 9:50 p.m. and 9:55 p.m.


Miscellaneous

• We responded to nine domestic disturbance cases
• There were nine cases involving an involuntary psychiatric hold
• There was one vandalism case reported
• There were two hit and run collisions reported


Scams/Other

Nothing to report.


Community Events/Information


Gun Buyback Event on Saturday, September 9, 2017

In conjunction with donations from Congresswoman Jackie Speier, San Mateo County Supervisor David Canepa, the Town of Colma and Republic Services, the Daly City Police Department is holding their first gun buyback event at the Cow Palace on Saturday, September 9, 2017 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. $100.00 will be provided for each handgun, shotgun or rifle, and $200.00 for a California-defined assault rifle. The firearms must be unloaded and either in a vehicle trunk or a locked storage box in the rear of your vehicle. Firearms must be functional and funds will only be provided for a maximum of three firearms. Additional firearms will be accepted for destruction only. There are NO walkups allowed, and the funds are limited. For additional information, please contact Sgt. Ron Harrison at rharrison@dalycity.org or (650) 991-8183.


Free Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off Event—Saturday, September 9, 2017

San Mateo County residents can safely dispose of household hazardous waste (HHW) free of charge at a special drop-off collection event in Daly City on Saturday, September 9, 2017 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. To participate, you may make an appointment for this FREE event by visiting www.smchealth.org/hhw or by calling (650) 363-4718 and selecting option #3. The exact location and directions will be provided after you make an 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, propane tanks, 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. **No radioactive, explosive, or medical waste.

**Limit 10 gallons of liquid or 50 pounds of solid waste per appointment.




Pasta Bingo—Daly City Lions Club Fundraiser on September 15, 2017

Join the Daly City Host Lions Club for a great evening of dinner and bingo on Friday, September 15 from 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Doelger Café in Westlake Park, 101 Lake Merced Boulevard, Daly City. The cost is $25.00 per person, which includes dinner and ten bingo games. Advanced purchase only—reservations and payments must be received by Monday, September 11. For more information, call (650) 755-9567 or email dchostlions@comcast.net.


Medicare Review Presentations

The San Mateo County HICAP (Health Insurance Counseling Advocacy Program) has been holding presentations on Medicare benefits, Hospital and Outpatient Preventative care, Medicare Part C & Supplemental Policies. The last presentation is:

• Thursday, August 31 from 11:00 a.m. to noon (How HICAP Can Help Medicare Recipients)

This presentation will be held at the Doelger Senior Center at 101 Lake Merced Boulevard in room 1. For more information, please contact the HICAP of San Mateo County at (650) 627-9350.


San Mateo County Alert System (SMC)

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, and 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 actually 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


Digital/Social Media

Please “like” us on Facebook if you would like to see updates and photos about the Police Department. Our handle on Twitter is @DalyCityPD, if you would like to follow us.

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Thank you!

Diane McCarthy, Management Analyst (650) 746-8373 dmccarthy@dalycity.org
Our Anonymous Tip Line is (650) 873-2467 (873-AIMS).

Address/Location
Daly City Police Department
333 90th St
Daly City, CA 94015

Contact
Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 650-991-8119

Diane McCarthy
Administrative Services
dmccarthy@dalycity.org
650-746-8373

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