Community - February 24, 2010

Police Calls

This information is from the Atherton and Menlo Park police departments and the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office. Under the law, people charged with offenses are considered innocent until convicted.


Residential burglary report: Construction site, Broad Acres Road, Feb. 16.

Auto burglary reports:

• Window smashed and GPS device and phone charger stolen, first block of Holbrook Lane, Feb. 13.

• Two subwoofer speakers stolen from trunk, Parker Ave., Feb. 15.


Residential burglary reports:

• Golf clubs and bag valued at $2,400 stolen from garage, 1200 block of Middle Ave., Feb. 16.

• Two computers valued at $1,400 stolen, East Palo Alto Academy High School, Feb. 12.

• Jewelry of "no real value" stolen, 1800 block of Santa Cruz Ave., Feb. 17.

Auto burglary reports:

• Tote bag and wallet stolen for estimated loss of $550, first block of Scott Drive, Feb. 17.

• Apple iPod valued at $270 stolen, 1000 block of Almanor Ave., Feb. 13.

• Cell phone valued at $100 stolen, 200 block of Van Buren Road, Feb. 16.

• Window smashed and purse stolen with losses estimated at $40, 1000 block of Windermere Ave., Feb. 16.

• License plates stolen, 1300 block of Carlton Ave., Feb. 16.

Stolen vehicle report: White Ford 150 pickup truck, 4000 block of Campbell Ave., Feb. 16.

Spousal abuse reports:

• Arrest made, 1200 block of Sevier Ave., Feb. 12.

• Unspecified location in Menlo Park, Feb. 14.

• Arrest made, 1200 block of Carlton Ave., Feb. 17.

Child protective services report: Sharon Road, Feb. 14.

Fraud report: Forgery, 800 block of Willow Road, Feb. 12.


Residential burglary report: Jewelry stolen via unlocked window, 100 block of Willowbrook Drive, Feb. 11.

Theft report: Purse stolen from unlocked vehicle with losses that include $3,000 in cash, credit cards, checks, driver's license, Social Security card and U.S. passport, 100 block of Possum Lane, Feb. 12.


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