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.


Fraud report: Loss of $5,200 in unauthorized charge to online travel agent, Walsh Road, Sept. 25.

Auto burglary report: Tools valued at $1,500 stolen from truck storage unit, Ralston Road, Sept. 27.


Fraud reports:

■ Loss of $3,050 in unauthorized use of credit card, 2300 block of Sharon Oaks Drive, Sept. 25.

■ Loss of $3,000 in identity theft case, 500 block of Oakfield Lane, Sept. 28.

■ Loss of $370 in unauthorized use of credit card, reported at main police station at 701 Laurel St., Sept. 29.

■ Loss of $27 in unauthorized use of credit card, 700 block of Laurel Ave., Sept. 25.

Grand theft report: Two unlocked bicycles with total value of $550 stolen from driveway, 700 block of Nash Ave., Sept. 26.

Auto burglary report: Apple iPod valued at $200 stolen, 2000 block of Menalto Ave., Sept. 25.

Accident report: Motorcyclist skidded into solo vehicle crash and suffered no life-threatening injuries, 2200 block of Sand Hill Road, Sept. 26.

Adult Protective Services report: First block of Henderson Place, Sept. 27.

Spousal abuse report: 1200 block of Sharon Park Drive, Sept. 27.


Auto burglary report: Window smashed and gym bag with clothes inside stolen, Park and Ride at Lawler Ranch and Sand Hill roads, Sept. 24.

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