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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.

MENLO PARK

Grand theft report: Loss estimated at $800 in theft of two pair of earrings, first block of Politzer Drive, Oct. 22.

Auto-burglary reports:

■ Window smashed and computer valued at $1,000 stolen from trunk, 1100 block of Willow Road, Oct. 26.

■ Window smashed and loss estimated at $363 with stolen purse, cash and cards, Oct. 28.

■ Loss amounting to $300 in theft of binoculars and two-way radio, 1000 block of Ringwood Ave., Oct. 28.

■ Window smashed and glucose meter valued at $75 stolen, 1600 block of Marsh Road, Oct. 28.

Residential burglary reports:

■ Apple iPod valued at $100 stolen, 1100 block of Bieber Ave., Oct. 23.

■ Memory chip valued at $10 stolen after ex-wife broke into home, 1500 block of Santa Cruz Ave., Oct. 26.

Fraud report: Loss of $102 in unauthorized use of credit card, 500 block of Willow Road, Oct. 27.

Child Protective Services report: 1100 block of Middle Ave., Oct. 26.

Spousal abuse report: Arrest made, 200 block of Newbridge St., Oct. 28.

PORTOLA VALLEY

Fraud report: Attempt made in Tracy, CA, to cash counterfeit check from victim's account, 100 block of Alhambra Court, Oct. 25.

WEST MENLO PARK

Fraud report: Loss of $2,700 by victim who participated money order scheme originating in the Philippines and involving exchanging cash from bank account money orders, 2000 block of Monterey Ave., Oct. 23.

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