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Police calls from Atherton, Menlo Park, Portola Valley

 

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.

ATHERTON

Fraud reports:

■ Identity theft, first block of Winchester Drive, Feb. 19.

■ Unauthorized use of victim's identity to open bank account, first block of Oakwood Boulevard, Feb. 23.

Residential burglary report: Window smashed on locked vehicle, Selby Lane, Feb. 21.

Grand theft report: Theft of school sign, 100 block of Valparaiso Ave., Feb. 24.

MENLO PARK

Fraud reports:

■ Loss of $2,067 in identity theft, 300 block of Durham St., Feb. 22.

■ Loss of $995 in unauthorized use of credit card, 300 block of Marmona Drive, Feb. 19.

■ Loss of $339 in unauthorized use of credit card, 1000 block of Windermere Ave., Feb. 23.

■ Loss of $70 in unauthorized use of credit card, 500 block of Willow Road, Feb. 22.

Stolen vehicle report: Silver 2007 Audi A4, 300 block of Burton Way, Feb. 20.

Child Protective Services report: 100 block of Willow Road, Feb. 24.

Spousal abuse report: 1000 block of El Camino Real, Feb. 21.

PORTOLA VALLEY

Theft report: Loss of smart phone and $500 in cash from pants pocket in theft associated with unlocked locker at fitness club, 4000 block of Alpine Road, Feb. 22.

WEST MENLO PARK

Theft report: Loss of $423 in unauthorized use of victim's name and Social Security number to open new satellite TV account, 1000 block of Cloud Ave., Feb. 22.

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