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.


Robbery report: Arrest of Juan Walker, 43 of Menlo Park on suspicion of using "vicious" dog to rob man of backpack and watch, 1400 block of San Antonio St., Aug. 13.

Residential burglary reports:

■ Resident arrived home and heard someone in home who then fled past resident and out front door in an unknown direction, first block of Iris Lane, Aug. 13.

■ Patio furniture valued at $2,000 stolen from locked yard, 1100 block of O'Brien Drive, Aug. 17.

■ Bicycle valued at $3,000 stolen from garage, 100 block of University Drive, Aug. 17.

Grand theft report: Locked bicycle valued at $1,200 stolen from underground parking area, 10 block of Willow Road, Aug. 16.

Assault with deadly weapon report: Arrest made in case of rock used as deadly weapon, Roble Ave. and El Camino Real, Aug. 17.

Auto burglary report: Window smashed and stereo system valued at $1,000 stolen, 1100 block of Willow Road, Aug. 16.

Fraud report: Estimated loss of $299 in unauthorized use of debit card, reported at main police station at 701 Laurel St., Aug. 13.


Stolen vehicle report: Vehicle stolen then discovered a few residences away with laptop computer missing and evidence of vehicle having been ransacked, 200 block of Leland Ave., Aug. 17.

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