Crime Reports from Ingleside Captain Chris Woon

Ingleside Station Captain Chris Woon is our DHCA contact for informing our neighborhood about crime trends and SFPD reports. Diamond Heights has had serious crime incidents in the last several months. See below for two reports provided by Capt. Woon.

Here are some suggestions from the DHCA for taking action to prevent crime.

  • Continue to be vigilant and report unusual/suspicion activity through 311 or 911 depending on the situation
  • Get to know your neighbors. Reach out to at least one person on your street and get to know them. Encourage them to do the same
  • Create an Email, Text or WhatsApp message group for your street so that you can text/email each other in case of emergency
  • Organize a Neighborhood Watch Group. Go to sfsafe.org for more information

 Incident Summaries from Ingleside Station Capt. Chris Woon

Burglary on the Unit Block of Amethyst Way / 09-24-20 / 8:30 p.m. / SFPD Report 200577322 

Officer Cvetovac responded with numerous Ingleside officers on a report of a hot prowl burglary.  Officers were advised by the victim that when she entered her garage in the morning, she observed new damage to her garage door.  The victim then determined that several bicycles had been taken from inside her garage, and that another piece of property taken from the garage had been located a block away from her home, by a neighbor.  The officers determined that an unknown suspect had forced entry through the garage door in order to gain access to the garage, and then stole the bicycles.  Report #200577322 

Shooting on the 5300 Blk Diamond Heights Blvd / 10-01-20 / 10:55am / Report #200590885

Officers Chew, Lustenberger and several Ingleside units responded to the 5300 block of Diamond Heights Boulevard on a shot spotter activation. Upon arrival, they located four spent casings along the street. They also located a vehicle that had crashed and left abandoned on the opposite side of the street. Several witnesses stated they heard the shots and one witness said he saw a suspect shooting at the victim vehicle as it drove down Diamond Heights Blvd. As a result, the vehicle collided with a parked truck. The victim, who was inside the vehicle, jumped out and fled the scene. The Suspect was then seen jumping into another vehicle and fled the scene as well. During the investigation Officers were able to make contact with the victim, who was uncooperative with the officers and the investigation. Fortunately, there were no reported injuries. Report Number: 200590885

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