The boys, both Menlo Park residents, were booked into Hillcrest juvenile facility on counts of burglary, conspiracy and possession of stolen property, police said.
The investigation continues. Police ask that anyone with information contact Officer Felicia Byars at email@example.com or 330-6300.
Katherine Strehl named to Planning Commission
Katherine Strehl, Menlo Park's newest member of the Planning Commission, barely had time to catch her breath before attending her first meeting in that official capacity.
The City Council appointed Ms. Strehl on April 30, less than a week before her first Planning Commission meeting on May 6. She replaces termed-out commissioner Jack O'Malley.
Previously serving on the Transportation Commission, Ms. Strehl owns KS Public Affairs Consulting, which handles public relations for the California High-Speed Rail Authority. She has also served as communications manager for BART.
Her term on the Planning Commission runs through April 30, 2017.
Drug dropbox opens at Little House
A dropbox to dispose of old medications is now open at Little House Activity Center at 800 Middle Ave. in Menlo Park.
"Many residents know that they cannot flush or throw away their old medications because it can negatively impact water and soil quality, causing problems for people and wildlife. However, there was not a local location in Menlo Park to take these medications," said Rebecca Fotu, the city's environmental programs manager.
Little House is open Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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