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Daly City Police Department
Thursday June 2nd, 2022 :: 04:32 p.m. PDT


Crime Alert Bulletin Covering the Week of May 23-29, 2022

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 05-24-22, between 3:30 a.m. and 3:45 a.m., a catalytic converter was stolen from a 2005 Honda CRV on the 700 block of Southgate Avenue. **On-line report.
On Friday, 05-27-22, at approximately 1:05 p.m., Daly City Police Officers responded to the area of Crocker Drive and South Hill Boulevard on the report of possible gun shots heard within the San Bruno Mountain State Park. When officers arrived, they located a suspicious vehicle where the possible gun shots were coming from. They attempted to stop the vehicle, but it fled leading to a short pursuit. Officers were able to locate the vehicle shortly after and contacted the occupants. The driver, an 18-year old male was arrested for evading and booked into the San Mateo County Jail, and the passenger, a 16-year old male juvenile was arrested for the possession of a loaded firearm with a high-capacity magazines and was booked into the San Mateo County Youth Services Center. Officers conducted a thorough search of the park but were unable to locate any additional subjects or evidence. There were no reported victims associated to this call for service.
Between 2:00 p.m. on 05-29-22 and 7:50 a.m. on 05-30-22, a catalytic converter was stolen from a 2005 Honda Accord on the 100 block of Frankfort Street.
On Sunday, 05-29-22, at approximately 6:30 p.m., Officer Long and Officer Perdomo were dispatched to the 900 block of Saint Francis Boulevard on a report of an unknown male suspect who brandished a weapon and demanded a victim get out of her vehicle. The victim stated that she exited her apartment towards the carport where her vehicle was parked. The victim’s partner was already in the passenger seat of the vehicle. The victim said she noticed a male wearing a black beanie, black sweatshirt, and gray sweatpants standing in the grassy area just south of her vehicle. The victim got into her car and then the suspect opened the car door and told her to, “Get out or I’m going to blast you.” The victim saw that the suspect was pointing a 4” black and pink knife at her and noticed he had a tattoo on his right hand. The passenger exited the vehicle. The suspect repeated to the victim, “Get out of the fucking car.” The victim said to the suspect that the passenger had the keys, at which time the suspect allowed the driver to get out and follow the passenger back toward their apartment. The victim told her passenger and others to run back to their apartment and call 911. The victim saw the suspect enter the driver’s seat as she fled back towards her apartment. This investigation is continuing.
Between 7:00 p.m. on 05-29-22 and 1:00 p.m. on 05-30-22, a catalytic converter was stolen from a 2001 Honda Accord on Willits Street and Vista Grande Avenue.
On Sunday, 05-29-22, at approximately 7:32 p.m., Officer Premenko was dispatched to Nordstrom Rack on a report of a shoplifter. A Loss Prevention Agent said that she witnessed a suspect in the store’s shoe section and then the suspect exited the store without paying. The Loss Prevention Agent recovered a pair of sandals, a pair of shoes, and a backpack in the suspect’s possession, valued at approximately $550. The suspect was also found to have an outstanding warrant. Officer Premenko searched the suspect and found two drug pipes and fentanyl. The suspect, a 36-year old Kennewick, Washington resident, was arrested and booked into jail for the outstanding warrant, possession of unlawful paraphernalia, possession of narcotic controlled substance, possession of burglary tools, and shoplifting.
There was one attempted robbery during the past week.
On Friday, 05-27-22, between 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m., an attempted robbery occurred at Allemany Street and West Market Street. The victim, a 33-year old San Francisco resident, said that an unknown race male wearing a black ski mask, black sweater, and black pants pushed her from behind, causing her to fall on her hands and knees. The suspect grabbed her small black backpack and tried to pull it off her body. The suspect punched the victim in her arms and the right side of her face. The suspect continued to pull on the backpack strap and pulled so hard that the strap broke, sending the suspect backward. The victim began crawling away from the suspect and it was at this point that the suspect ran away westbound on West Market Street. The victim suffered a swollen face for two days, bruised right eye, and bruised arms. This investigation is continuing.
Residential Burglaries
There were no residential burglaries during the past week.
Commercial Burglaries
There were five commercial burglaries during the past week.
On Monday, 05-23-22, at approximately 1:45 p.m., Victoria’s Secret was burglarized by three suspects. The store manager described the suspects as black females who placed merchandise, valued at approximately $2,000, into empty shopping bags and exited the store without paying. This investigation is continuing.
On Thursday, 05-26-22, at approximately 7:50 a.m., Target at the Westlake Shopping Center was burglarized by an unknown suspect. Target staff saw the suspect in the liquor department making quick selections of liquor, valued at approximately $1,000, and place it into a basket. The suspect then proceeded to the front of the store, bypassing all points of sale, went out the main entrance, and then entered a vehicle. **On-line report.
On Thursday, 05-26-22, at approximately 2:45 p.m., Victoria’s Secret was burglarized by two suspects. The manager described the first suspect as a Hispanic male wearing an olive-colored top and black bottoms. The second suspect was described as a Black female wearing a black-colored top and grey bottoms. Both suspects took approximately $1,888 worth of bras. **On-line report.
On Friday, 05-27-22, at approximately 9:35 p.m., Officer Cattaneo and Officer Chow responded to Peet’s Coffee at the Serramonte Shopping Center on a report of an alarm activation. The store manager stated that at 9:30 p.m., he received an alarm notification that the front door of the business had been opened and the alarm had been triggered. After reviewing the video surveillance, it showed an unknown suspect had entered through the business’s front door, went to the safe, and tried to open it. After unsuccessful attempts, the suspect then left through the front door. The suspect was described as a male, 5’10”, with a slim build, wearing a black hoodie, blue jeans, white sneakers, and white gloves.
On Saturday, 05-28-22, at approximately 10:56 a.m., Officer Quinlan was dispatched to Home Depot on a report of a grand theft that occurred earlier in the day at 8:41 a.m. A sales associate said that he observed the Milwaukee saw display case was opened. The first suspect, described as a white male in his thirties, wearing a light-colored backpack, black and grey hoodie, and blue jeans, was holding a Milwaukee Saw box and the second suspect, described as a male in his thirties, wearing a blue backpack, a black zip up jacket with a hood, and having a light-colored wagon, was removing another Milwaukee Saw from the case. On the ground next to both suspects were approximately four bolt cutters in a black bag. The sales associate did not recognize the bolt cutters to be from Home Depot. The sales associate knew the display case was normally locked with a Master Lock to prevent theft and believed the suspects had cut the lock to open the cage. The suspects had also taken the Master Lock. The suspects left the store without paying for the saws and took the lock, valued at approximately $1,200. Another sales associate saw the suspects walk out of the aisle and asked if they were going to pay for the saws. The suspects began to quickly walk towards the southwest exit, ran through the parking lot, got onto a bus, and left the area. This investigation is continuing.
Vehicle Burglaries   
There were two vehicle burglaries reported during the past week.

  • Parking lot of Serramonte Shopping Center near Ross Dress for Less —a dog was taken from a 2005 Nissan Altima. The front windows were partially rolled down and someone may have reached inside and unlocked the doors. Occurred on 05-23-22 between 9:15 p.m. and 10:00 p.m.
  • 200 block of Alto Loma Avenue —a garage remote was taken from a 2009 Toyota Camry. Unknown method of entry. Occurred on 05-25-22 between 5:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. **On-line report.
Stolen Vehicles  
There were seven vehicles stolen during the past week. Three vehicles were recovered.
  • 2500 block of Geneva Avenue—a 1982 Toyota Hilux. Occurred between 10:00 p.m. on 05-25-22 and 9:00 a.m. on 05-26-22.
  • 100 block of Winchester Street—a 1990 Honda CRX. Occurred between 3:10 p.m. on 05-26-22 and 5:30 a.m. on 05-27-22.  **Recovered by Scotts Valley PD on 05-27-22.
  • 300 block of Miriam Street—a 2006 GMC Denali. Occurred between 4:00 p.m. on 05-28-22 and 9:15 a.m. on 05-29-22.
  • Unit block of Station Avenue—a 2001 Honda CRV. Occurred between 11:00 p.m. on 05-28-22 and 8:30 a.m. on 05-29-22.
  • 900 block of Saint Francis Boulevard—a 2005 GMC Safari. Occurred between 11:30 p.m. on 05-28-22 and 1:00 p.m. on 05-29-22.
  • 1200 block of Brunswick Street—a 1997 Ford F-150. Occurred between 3:30 p.m. on 05-28-22 and 7:30 a.m. on 05-29-22. **Recovered by Daly City PD with catalytic converter stolen.
  • Unit block of Chelsea Court—a 2001 Chevy Silverado. Occurred between 11:30 a.m. on 05-28-22 and 12:00 p.m. on 05-30-22. **Recovered by CHP-Hayward on 05-31-22.
  • There were 138 cases taken.
  • There were 10 domestic disturbance cases reported.
  • There were 7 cases involving an involuntary psychiatric hold.
  • There were 3 malicious mischief/vandalism cases reported.
  • There were 3 cases for public intoxication.
  • There were 5 hit-and-run collisions reported.
  • There were 7 narcotics-related cases taken.
Community Events/Information
Household Hazardous Waste Disposal Event—Saturday, June 11, 2022
San Mateo County residents can safely dispose of household hazardous waste (HHW) free of charge on Saturday, June 11th only by appointment. Residents are required to schedule an appointment at San Mateo County’s HHW program on-line at or by phone at (650) 372-6200. You will be given the drop off location after you make your appointment. The limit is 10 gallons (liquid) or 50 pounds (solid) per appointment (per carload). Each appointment requires a separate vehicle load. No commercial waste is allowed. Accepted items include cleaning products; fertilizers and garden chemicals; pesticides, herbicides, and rodenticides; solvents; flammable liquids; fluorescent lights (compact and tubes), paint thinner, acids/bases, aerosol cans, automotive supplies (car batteries, motor oil, oil filters, antifreeze, brake fluid), inks, and photo chemicals. All waste collected is reused, recycled, or stabilized for proper disposal to achieve zero waste and prevent any items from going to the landfill and contaminating our water and soil. No radioactive, explosive, or medical waste.
Daly City Police Athletic League Golf Tournament Fundraiser—Monday, July 25, 2022 
Have you ever wanted to golf at the beautiful Olympic Club Lake Course in San Francisco and support a worthy cause? Here’s your chance to do so! The event is on Monday, July 25, 2022, with tee off at 11:00 a.m. The cost is $525, which includes golf, lunch, dinner, and prizes. Daly City PAL is a non-profit 501(c)(3). The donations may be tax deductible. For additional information, please visit
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Thank you,
Judy Huey
Management Analyst
(650) 746-8373   
[email protected]

Daly City Police Department
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