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News - July 10, 2013

Police Calls

This information is from the Menlo Park Police Department. Under the law, people charged with offenses are considered innocent unless convicted.

MENLO PARK

Residential burglary reports:

• Someone broke into the back end of a storage unit attached to a carport on Oak Grove Avenue and stole a bicycle, bike helmet and bike pump with a total estimated value of $5,290, July 5.

• Several maintenance tools used for grounds upkeep are missing from an Oak Grove Avenue apartment complex storage unit found pried open, July 5. The estimated loss is $3,675.

• Power tools valued at $1,100 at a construction site on Corine Lane were reported stolen from a locked tool trailer found with a broken hinge, July 1.

• Someone broke a lock and made off with a $425 bike from an open carport on Coleman Place, July 5.

• A resident of Roble Avenue is missing a $300 bike from an open carport where the bike was kept locked up, July 3.

• Someone stole a $100 bike locked in a secure underground garage at an apartment complex on Coleman Avenue, July 5.

• An audible burglar alarm and a locked back door that had been forced open led to a walk-through with police of a home in the 100 block of Willow Road. The homeowner determined that nothing was missing, July 5.

• Someone broke the locks on coin-operated laundry machines in an apartment complex on Waverley Court, but was unable to break into the compartments where the coins were kept, July 4.

• Nothing is missing after a break-in of an Oak Avenue home under construction, June 29.

• The proprietor of a storage locker in an open carport on Coleman Avenue found the locker's lock broken, but was uncertain as to whether anything was missing, June 28.

Commercial burglary report: Police arrested William Graham, 25, of Oakland on burglary, fraud and conspiracy charges after his alleged attempt to cash a fraudulent check at Bank of America at 633 Santa Cruz Ave., June 28.

Theft reports:

• Someone walked into Greylock Partners at 2550 Sand Hill Road during business hours and stole $4,000 in cash from a backpack in an unlocked office, June 28. Surveillance videos showed someone going from office to office.

• A laptop computer, the computer's case, a tennis racket and a backpack are missing from an unlocked vehicle parked in the 200 block of El Camino Real, June 28. The estimated loss is $2,170.

• Police arrested Kevin EstradaRuiz, 30, of San Francisco on theft charges after he allegedly took a laptop computer instead of "processing it for delivery" to a business on Hamilton Court, June 28.

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