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Central Station Newsletter


November 12, 2015

S a n F ra n ci s co Po l i ce
D e p a rt m e n t

Volume , Issue

Captain Lazars Message


Inside this issue:

Safeguard your Cell Phone

Captains Message

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Crimes of Note

4-8

Featured Officer of the


Month

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Share Your Voice

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I am starting to see a slight uptick in the amount


of phones taken by individuals. I have written
about this before where I ask everyone to be
mindful to not display a cell phone in public. Our
recent cases involve a person usually walking
alone either looking at or talking on their phone.
They are either struck from behind or the suspect
will grab the phone out of the hand of the victim
and run off.

Career Opportunities

15

When I speak with the community about this crime, I


offer ways to avoid from becoming a victim. Here
are some things to consider:

Community Calendar

16

1. When in public, act as if you do not have a phone. In other words, never bring it
out of your pocket. (This includes not having on headphones).

Central District Map

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2. While keeping your phone in your pocket, keep an eye on your surroundings,
who is around you and what activity is happening on the street.

Resource Information

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3. If you have to make a call, check your email or send a text, briefly step out of
the public view and use your phone.

Captain David Lazar


Commanding Officer Central Station

4. When using the 311 app, take a photo quickly and send the 311 information
when out of the public view.
5. The exception to all of these considerations is in an emergency when you have
to call 911 and there is no time to wait!

Special points of interest:

JOIN SFPD

Featured Officer and Citizen of the Month.


Over a year ago, when my friend and peer, Captain Jason Cherniss, was the
Commanding Officer of Tenderloin Station, he had this idea to feature an Officer
and Citizen each month in his newsletter. I thought this to be a brilliant way to not
only feature the officers who patrol your neighborhood, but to also compliment the
great partnerships we have with our community.
So, beginning this month (November 2015), we will be featuring our Officer and
Citizen of the month. In todays newsletter, we are starting with North Beach Foot
Beat Officer Kevin Worrell. We will add our Citizen of the Month next week!

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Women on Patrol for 40 Years


On Tuesday, November 10, 2015, the Department celebrated 40 years of women police officers in the
San Francisco Police Department. Although dating back to the early 1900s, women were employed by
the Department in various capacities, they didnt become police officers until the first Academy Class
(126th) began in 1975. We celebrated this significant milestone by taking a historic photograph in the
Rotunda at City Hall which was followed by a reception. It was a beautiful event in which I was honored
to attend. Enclosed are the Central Station Officers who attended the event. One of the women featured
is Lieutenant Molly Pengel. Lt. Pengel is our daywatch Lieutenant and comes from a long line of police
officers as her sister, Retired Deputy Chief Mindy Pengel was in the first class in 1975. Lt. Pengel has
two sisters in the Department, Lt. Miriam Pengel and Sergeant Maura Pengel. Their father was a Police
Inspector as well. Their family dates back nearly 70 years in the SFPD.

See the article by SF Gate: http://www.sfgate.com/crime/article/S-F-s-first-women-police-officers-mark


-40-year-6625578.php

Auto Burglary News Story.


See the attached news story by FOX 2 news last night. Part 2 is featured today at 5:30 p.m.
http://www.ktvu.com/news/48098822-video?anvt=1

Opening of the Joe DiMaggio Playground


As a reminder, the opening of the newly remodeled Joe DiMaggio Playground is this Saturday at 11:00
a.m. I hope to see you there!

Have a great weekend!


Captain David Lazar
Central Station

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Captain Lazar with the Women in Patrol of Central District: (from left to right: (back) Captain
Lazar, Lieutenant Pengel, Officers Godfrey, McBride, Koltzoff, Harper and Foxworth; (front)
PSA Chew and Officer To.

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Crimes of Note
Definitions
Robbery Robbery is the taking of property from another by using force or by using fear.
Assault An assault is an unlawful attempt, coupled with the present ability, to commit a violent injury
on another person.
Battery - (Misdemeanor battery) is any willful and unlawful touching of another.
(Felony battery) is the use of force or violence upon the person of another that causes
serious bodily injury.
*Assault is when a person swings their arm and battery is when that arm makes contact with
another person.
Aggravated Assault Assault upon another person with a deadly weapon or instrument other than a
firearm or by any means of force likely to produce great bodily injury.
Burglary The intent upon entry into a property to commit grand theft, petty theft, or any felony.
Grant Theft Grand theft is theft committed when the value of the money, labor, or property taken
exceeds $950.
Petty Theft Theft where the value of the property taken is less than $950.
Robberies
11/5

1:40am

Robbery, With Force


Geary/Kearny

11/5

8:47pm

Robbery, With Force


Columbus/North Point

11/8

12:49am

Robbery, With Force


North Point/Larkin

11/8

2:45pm

Robbery, With Force


Front/Pine

11/10

2:00am

Robbery, With Gun


Unit block of Drumm

11/11

5:25pm

Robbery, Attempt,
With Force
Jones/Beach

11/11

10:10pm

Robbery, With Force


California/Battery

An unknown suspect grabbed the victim from behind and tried to


grab her purse. The victim held on to the purse and the suspect
punched the victim in the stomach. The suspect overpowered the
victim and fled away with her purse.
An unknown suspect pushed the victim from behind and caused the
victim to fall. The suspect grabbed the victims camera around his
neck and fled away.
An unknown suspect approached the victim and grabbed the
victims purse. The victim held on to the purse, but the suspect was
able to pull the purse from the victims grip and fled away.
An unknown suspect approached the victim and grabbed the
victims tablet. The victim held on to the tablet, but the suspect was
able to forcefully pull the tablet from the victims hand and fled
away.
An unknown suspect pointed a gun at the victim and demanded the
victims tablet which the victim was holding. The victim refused to
give the suspect the tablet. The suspect pushed the victims face and
grabbed the tablet and fled away.
An unknown suspect approached the victim and asked for the time.
When the victim took out his cell phone to check the time, the
suspect grabbed the victims cell phone. The victim held on to the
cell phone and struggled with the suspect. The victim was able to
hold on to the cell phone and the suspect fled away.
Two unknown suspects approached the victim from behind and
grabbed her purse. The victim held on to the purse and struggled
with the suspects. The suspects was able to pull the purse away
from the victim and fled away.

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Narcotics Related
11/5

12:35pm

11/11

8:03am

Possession of
Narcotics
Clay/Davis
Possession of
Marijuana
500 block of Taylor

Possession of suspected narcotics. Arrest made.


Possession of suspected marijuana. Arrest made.

Assault/Battery/Violent Crimes
11/8

10:49am

11/9

2:15am

Battery
Drumm/Sacramento
Battery
500 block of Market

The suspect yelled and spat at the victim as he walked by. The
suspect also had an outstanding warrant. Arrest made.
The suspect approached the victim as he was making a delivery
and punched the victim on the side of the face. Citation issued.
Theft/Shoplifting

11/5

5:00pm

11/5

6:15pm

11/6

3:56pm

11/6

7:20pm

11/6

8:00pm

11/7

12:30pm

11/7

4:45pm

11/7

6:00pm

11/7

7:00pm

11/7

8:00pm

11/7

10:00pm

11/7

10:00pm

11/7

11:20pm

11/8

1:10am

11/8

2:00pm

11/8

2:30pm

Theft, Pickpocket
200 block of Geary
Theft, From Building
Unit block of New
Montgomery
Theft, Pickpocket
Kearny/Geary
Theft, From Building
200 block of Grant
Theft, From Building
1100 block of Grant
Theft, From Building
500 block of
Broadway
Theft, Shoplifting
Unit block of
OFarrell
Theft, Vehicle
Montgomery/
Greenwich
Theft, Vehicle
Taylor/North Point
Theft, From Building
500 block of Taylor
Theft, Vehicle
400 block of
Lombard
Theft, Vehicle
1000 block of
Montgomery
Theft, From Locked
Vehicle
Unit block of Beach
Theft, From Building
1300 block of Jones
Theft, From Building
100 block of Sutter
Theft, From Locked
Vehicle
Sutter/Larkin

An unknown suspect stole the victims wallet from the victims purse
while on the bus.
An unknown suspect stole the victims unattended cell phone from
the victims desk.
An unknown suspect stole the victims wallet from the victims jacket
pocket while on the bus.
An unknown suspect entered the store and stole a pair of jeans and
a shirt. The suspect was stopped by security outside of the store.
Citation issued.
An unknown suspect stole a can of cleaning and disinfectant spray
from the buildings hallway.
An unknown suspect stole the victims wallet which was placed on
the counter.
The suspect entered the store and stole clothing. The suspect was
stopped by security outside of the store. Citation issued.
Stolen vehicle.
Stolen vehicle.
An unknown suspect entered the unlocked office and stole the
victims purse, containing a laptop, money and credit cards.
Stolen vehicle.
Stolen vehicle.
An unknown suspect shattered the passenger side front window and
stole passports, tablet and wallet.
An unknown suspect followed residence into the apartment lobby
and stole packages.
An unknown suspect stole the victims wallet from the victims
unsecured purse which was hanging on a chair behind the victim.
An unknown suspect shattered the driver side rear window and
stole a luggage and computer bag, containing a laptop, money,
passport, clothing and toiletries.

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11/8

3:00pm

Theft, Shoplifting
Unit block of
OFarrell

11/8

4:06pm

11/8

6:00pm

11/8

6:30pm

11/8

8:30pm

11/9

8:00am

11/9

10:15am

11/9

11:00am

Theft, Shoplifting
300 block of Post
Theft, From Locked
Vehicle
100 block of
Francisco
Theft, From Locked
Vehicle
800 block of Sutter
Theft, From Building
1200 block of Grant
Theft, From Locked
Vehicle
Bush/Leavenworth
Theft, From Building
400 block of Pine
Theft, Attempt, From
Building
200 block of Grant

11/9

11:00am

11/9

5:50pm

11/9

6:43pm

11/9

11:01pm

11/10

10:00am

11/10

11:45am

11/10

12:00pm

11/10

12:30pm

11/10

4:30pm

11/10

5:30pm

11/10

6:30pm

11/11

5:30am

Theft, Shoplifting
100 block of Battery
Theft, Pickpocket
Powell/OFarrell
Theft, Shoplifting
Unit block of
OFarrell
Theft, Attempt,
Bicycle
Market/Montgomery
Theft, Vehicle
Washington/Battery
Theft, From Locked
Vehicle
Unit block of Bay
Theft, Shoplifting
100 block of
OFarrell
Theft, From Locked
Vehicle
Pier 39
Theft, From Locked
Vehicle
300 block of Beach
Theft, Shoplifting
100 block of
OFarrell
Theft, From Building
Unit block of 3rd
Theft, From Locked
Vehicle
100 block of
California

The two suspects entered the store and stole fragrances. The
suspects were stopped by security outside of the store. One of the
suspects also had an outstanding warrant. Arrest made and citation
issued.
The suspect entered the store and stole a necklace. The suspect was
stopped by security outside of the store. Citation issued.
An unknown suspect shattered the trunk window and stole
earthquake supplies.
An unknown suspect shattered the driver side rear window and
stole a suitcase, containing a firearm and clothing.
An unknown suspect stole the victims jacket, containing a passport
in the pocket, which was hung unattended at the bar.
An unknown suspect shattered the passenger side windows and
stole a violin, bows and hats.
An unknown suspect stole the victims vest and shoulder bag which
were hung on a wall near the back of the store.
An unknown suspect entered the store and took the laptop from the
counter. The employee told the suspect to put the laptop back and
the suspect put it back. As the suspect walked towards the exit, the
suspect picked up items off the shelves. The employee told the
suspect to put the items back and the suspect put the items back
and left.
An unknown suspect entered the store and stole eyeglasses.
An unknown suspect stole the victims smaller purse which was inside
the victims larger purse while on the bus.
The suspect entered the store and stole a backpack and clothing.
The suspect was stopped by security outside of the store. Citation
issued.
The suspect used a grinder and tried to cut a bicycle lock used to
lock a bicycle to a bike rack. Arrest made.
Stolen vehicle.
An unknown suspect shattered the driver side windows and stole a
luggage and handbag, containing a laptop, tablet, camera and
money.
The two suspects entered the store and stole clothing. The suspects
were stopped by security outside of the store. Citations issued.
An unknown suspect stole a laptop, tablet and passport from the
vehicle. It is unknown how the suspect gain entry to the vehicle.
An unknown suspect shattered the passenger side rear window and
stole suitcases and backpacks, containing a tablet, clothing and
toiletries.
The suspect entered the store and stole clothing and cosmetics. The
suspect was stopped by security outside of the store. The suspect
also had an outstanding warrant. Arrest made.
An unknown suspect stole the victims purse which was placed under
the table where the victim was sitting.
An unknown suspect shattered the trunk window and stole a
backpack, containing a laptop, tablet and wallet.

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11/11

9:00am

11/11

11:00am

11/11

11:48am

11/11

1:10pm

11/11

4:30pm

11/11

5:58pm

11/11

6:00pm

11/11

9:00pm

11/11

10:00pm

Theft, Attempt, From


Locked Vehicle
Sansome/Lombard
Theft, Shoplifting
Unit block of
OFarrell
Theft, Attempt, From
Locked Vehicle
Chestnut/
Leavenworth
Theft, Shoplifting
Unit block of
OFarrell
Theft, From Building
Ferry Building
Theft, Shoplifting
2700 block of Taylor
Theft, From Locked
Vehicle
North Point/Grant
Theft, Attempt, From
Locked Vehicle
1000 block of Hyde
Theft, From Building
100 block of
California

An unknown suspect shattered the trunk window, but was stopped


by people passing by from taking items from the vehicle.
The suspect entered the store and stole clothing. The suspect was
stopped by security outside of the store. Citation issued.
Two unknown suspects were manipulating a key into the vehicle
door lock as the victim was approaching the vehicle. The suspects
saw the victim and fled away.
The suspect entered the store and stole sunglasses and a hat. The
suspect was stopped by security outside of the store. Citation
issued.
An unknown suspect stole the victims wallet which was placed on
top of the victims suitcase next to the victim.
A group of unknown suspects entered the store and stole jeans.
An unknown suspect shattered the trunk window and stole a laptop.
Two unknown suspects were prying the passenger side front
window as the victim was approaching the vehicle. The suspects saw
the victim and fled away. The passenger side front window was
cracked by the suspects.
An unknown suspect stole the victims paper bag, containing a
sweater, which was placed on the ground next to the victim.
Miscellaneous

11/5

9:38am

11/5

1:38pm

11/5

8:28pm

11/6

12:20am

11/6

12:37am

11/6

8:30am

11/6

1:30pm

11/7

1:34am

11/7

2:06am

11/7

9:11am

11/8

4:56am

Warrant Arrest
Fern/Larkin
Recovered Vehicle
1400 block of Larkin
Recovered Vehicle
1000 block of
Jackson
Arson
Unit block of
OFarrell
Arson
200 block of Geary
Burglary, Residence
1200 block of
California
Vandalism, Graffiti
300 block of Pine
Vandalism,
Commercial
500 block of
California
Burglary, Residence
700 block of Pacific
Warrant Arrest
1200 block of
Stockton
Recovered Vehicle
Vallejo/Sansome

The two suspects were obstructing the sidewalk. A computer check


shows the suspects had an outstanding warrant. Arrests made.
Recovered vehicle.
Recovered vehicle.
An unknown suspect set a recycle bin on the sidewalk on fire.
An unknown suspect set a garbage bin on the sidewalk on fire.
An unknown suspect pried open the front door and stole tablets,
laptop and camera.
The suspect used a Sharpie and tagged the wall of the building.
Arrest made.
The suspect threw a wine bottle through the front window of the
hotel. Arrest made.
An unknown suspect entered through an unlocked window and stole
TVs, game system, shoes and money.
The suspect was throwing restaurant paper menus on the sidewalk.
A computer check shows the suspect had an outstanding warrant.
Arrest made.
Recovered vehicle.

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11/8

11:58am

Resisting Arrest
Mason/Jefferson

11/9

7:10am

11/9

2:40pm

11/9

3:08pm

11/9

8:00pm

11/10

10:03am

11/10

12:35pm

11/11

2:25am

11/11

6:00am

Vandalism, Property
1000 block of Taylor
Vandalism,
Commercial
Unit block of
California
Warrant Arrest
Columbus/Stockton
Arson
1400 block of Clay
Recovered Vehicle
Unit block of Green
Warrant Arrest
1400 block of Clay
Vandalism, Graffiti
Geary/Larkin
Trespassing
400 block of
Stockton

The suspect was intoxicated and sleeping on the sidewalk. The


suspect was also in possession of a vest belonging to SFMTA. The
suspect refused to return the vest and resisted arrest. Citation
issued.
An unknown suspect shot paint balls at the stop sign and fire
hydrant.
The suspect was acting erratic and aggressive. The suspect was told
to leave, but before leaving, the suspect punched two computer
monitors and knocked over a computer tower. Arrest made.
The suspect was yelling at people passing by. A computer check
shows the suspect had an outstanding warrant. Arrest made.
A fire was started by cigarettes left in the hallway by an unknown
suspect.
Recovered vehicle.
The suspect was sleeping on the sidewalk. A computer check shows
the suspect had an outstanding warrant. Arrest made.
Four unknown suspects spray painted on the metal roll up door and
wall of the building.
The suspect was encamped in the stairwell of the building. Citation
issued.

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Each month Central Police Station features one of its officers in an


effort to learn more about the men and women who police our
neighborhood. This month, we interviewed Officer Kevin Worrell, a
13-year member of Central Police Station.

Officer Kevin Worrell was born in Redwood City, CA and grew up in South San Francisco, CA.
Officer Worrell attended Mills High School where he was an avid softball player and water
polo player. He later attended the College of San Mateo.
On 09/18/2000, Officer Worrell entered the San Francisco Police Academy as a member of
the 198th recruit class, to follow in his Grandfathers footsteps. After graduating from the San
Francisco Police Academy, Officer Worrell went to Mission Station for his field training. After
completing his field training, Officer Worrell went to Ingleside Station for his probation station.
When Officer Worrells probation period was over, he received the wonderful news that he
was going to Central Station for his permanent station. Some Officers wait 6-8 years to get to
Central Station, Officer Worrell felt like he had hit the jackpot!
Officer Worrell has really enjoyed his time here at Central Station. Not only is he a great
asset to our station but to our entire department. Officer Worrell is the North Beach foot beat
officer and you can often see him walking around the neighborhood with his big friendly smile.
Officer Worrell is also the Commissioner of the San Francisco Police Department Softball
League.
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1. How long have been a Police Officer?


15 years
2. Why did you become a Police Officer?
Two of my childhood friends became addicted to methamphetamine and I despised it. So I
wanted to be a Police Officer so I could make a difference and make people aware of the life
changing affects of drugs.
3. What is your favorite part about being a Police Officer in the Central?
Living the dream of walking the North Beach Foot Beat, it was my dream job from the moment I
came to Central 13 years ago.

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CENTRAL COMMUNITY CALENDER

November 2015
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Meeting

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Community Meeting Location:


North Beach Library
850 Columbus Avenue
6:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.

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Central Police District Map


The CENTRAL DISTRICT commences at a point on the water north of where Mission St. intersects with The
Embarcadero and proceeding west on Mission St. (excluding both sides) to 3rd St.; north on 3rd St. (including
both sides) to Market St.; west on Market St. (excluding both sides) to Powell St.; north on Powell St.
(including both sides) to Geary St.; west on Geary St. (including both sides) to Larkin St.; north on Larkin St.
(including both sides) to Bay St.; west on Bay St. (including both sides) to Van Ness Ave.; north on Van Ness
Ave. (including both sides), and continuing north on the Municipal Pier Access Road (including both sides) to
a point on the water just west of the Municipal Pier; east and south from a point on the water just west of the
Municipal Pier, following the shoreline, to the origin at a point on the water north of where Mission St.
intersects with The Embarcadero.

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EMERGENCY:

911

Non-Emergency:

553-0123

Cell Phone 911:

911

Customer Service Center:

311

Central Station:

315-2400

Captain David Lazar

315-2480 David.Lazar@sfgov.org

Lt. Michael Serujo


Investigations

315-2400 Michael.Serujo@sfgov.org

Lt. Molly Pengel (Days)

315-2400 Molly.Pengel@sfgov.org

Lt. Jody Kato

315-2400 Jody.Kato@sfgov.org

Lt. Brien Hoo (Nights)

315-2400 Brien.Hoo@sfgov.org

Lt. Samuel Christ (Nights)

315-2400 Samuel.Christ@sfgov.org

Anonymous Tip-Line

392-2623

S.A.F.E.

553-1984

Website:

www.centralpolicestation.org

SFPD Tip Line:

575-4444

Chinese Tip Line:

315-2435

Text a Tip:

847411 (Tip 411)

Blessing Scam Hotline:

553-9219

Graffiti Abatement:

850-6951

Central Events:

315-2440 Sergeant Patrick Tobin

Central Permits:

315-2423 Officer Steve Matthias

Code Abatement:

315-2417 Sergeant Alex Takaoka

Deputy City Attorney:

554-3820 Jill Cannon

Dept. of Parking & Traffic:

553-1943

DPW Dispatch

695-2020

Homeless Issues:

315-2400 Officer Eric Caracciolo &


Damien Fahey
315-2400 Officers Howard Chu, Sam
Yuen, David On & Danny Guo
315-2400 Officers Tom Cunnane,
Johnathon Ng, Tiffany Gunter, James
Horan, Timothy Whatley & Andrew
Rechsteiner
315-2400/273-9515 Officers John
Van Koll, Nicholas Stewart, Robert
Clendenen & Kresley Wallace
315-2400 Officers Kevin Worrell, Ray
Pascua, Mark Alvarez & John Torrise

Chinatown Beat:
Union Square Beat:

Fishermans Wharf Beat:


North Beach Beat:
Ping Yuen:

315-2400 Officers Mark Milligan,


Reginald Pena, Minh Du & Ferdinand
Dimapasoc

e, the members of the San


Francisco Police Department, are
committed to excellence in law
enforcement and are dedicated to the
people, traditions and diversity of our
City. In order to protect life and
property, prevent crime and reduce the
fear of crime, we will provide service
with understanding, response with
compassion, performance with
integrity and law enforcement with
vision.