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Police calls from Atherton, Menlo Park

 

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 report: Resident received phone call soliciting money after fraudulently alleging that resident's grandson was jailed in Central America, first block of De Bell Drive, July 7.

MENLO PARK

Commercial burglary report: Loss estimated at $2,000 in break-in and theft of two computers from classroom, Trinity School at 2650 Sand Hill Road, July 6.

Residential burglary reports:

■ Loss estimated at $3,000 in theft of laptop computer in unlocked apartment, 300 block of Sharon Park Drive, July 7.

■ Loss estimated at $1,500 in break-in and theft of two Apple iPad devices, 2800 block of Sand Hill Road, July 6.

■ Loss estimated at $1,225 in break-in through unlocked window and theft of four gold bracelets, digital camera and video game console, 1900 block of Euclid Ave., July 4.

■ Loss estimated at $1,090 in break-in to unoccupied house under renovation and theft of jewelry and jewelry box, 600 block of Coleman Ave., July 5.

Child Protective Services report: 200 block of Waverley St., July 1.

Spousal abuse report: 1900 block of Euclid Ave., July 3.

Stolen vehicle report: Gray 1993 Nissan Sentra, 1300 block of Modoc Ave., July 7.

Fraud report: Loss estimated at $5,000 in unauthorized use of credit card, 1300 block of San Mateo Drive, July 7.

WEST MENLO PARK

Auto burglary report: Break-in and theft of cell phone, 1000 block of Sherman Ave., July 3.

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