Community - June 23, 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.


Theft reports:

• Purse valued at $100 and containing $100 in cash and $400 cell phone stolen, Nativity Carnival at Nativity School at 210 Oak Grove Ave., June 12.

• Video game player and camera with total value of $725 stolen in transit from Philadelphia, street address information not available, June 15.

• GPS and FasTrak automatic toll payment device stolen from unlocked vehicle, reported at main police station at 700 Laurel St., June 14.

Auto burglary report: Window smashed and stereo speakers stolen, 1200 block of Willow Road, June 14.

Fraud report: Unauthorized use of Social Security number in filing electronic tax return but no loss, Pineview Ave., June 14.

Spousal abuse report: 1100 block of Madera Ave., June 13.


Residential burglary report: Window to guest bedroom smashed and goods valued at $31,000 stolen, including TV, computer and jewelry, 900 block of High Road, June 12.

Commercial burglary report: Envelope containing $800 in cash stolen from unlocked storage room during wedding reception, Mountain Terrace restaurant in 17000 block of Skyline Boulevard, June 11.

Theft report: Unassembled tent-style carport and garden hose stolen from front of recently foreclosed home, 100 block of Woodside Drive, June 12.

Accident report: Bicyclist in solo bicycle accident taken to Stanford Hospital, Maybury Place and Woodside Drive, June 15.


Theft report: Three males seen stowing barbecue grill and other backyard items into black Ford 150 pickup truck, 2100 block of Oakley Ave., June 12.


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