Almanac

Community - February 23, 2011

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.

MENLO PARK

Commercial burglary report: Loss estimated at $3,800 in break-in and theft of two laptop computers, Etagen Corp. at 186 Constitution Drive, Feb. 11.

Residential burglary reports:

• Losses estimated at $3,350 in break-in and theft of large screen TV, video games and controllers, and laptop computer, 1200 block of Carlton Ave., Feb. 12.

• Losses of $1,878 in break-in and theft of video game players, suitcase, two pairs of jeans, two shirts, and video camera, 1200 block of Sevier Ave., Feb. 16.

Grand theft report: Loss of $566 in theft of jogging stroller and diaper bag, 300 block of Sharon Park Drive, Feb. 11.

Auto burglary report: Window smashed with loss estimated at $250 after attempt to steal stereo that netted only faceplate, 1900 block of Euclid Ave., Feb. 11.

Stolen vehicle report: Arrest of Ira Earls Jr. 36, on charges connected to theft of Silver 2004 Lincoln Aviator, Hamilton Ave. and Hazel St., Feb. 16.

PORTOLA VALLEY

Fraud report: Unauthorized use of credit card, 100 block of Hayfields Road, Feb. 9.

LADERA

Residential burglary report: Unknown loss in break-in and theft of computer equipment and two bottles of coins, 600 block of La Mesa Drive, Feb. 16.

Theft report: Losses estimated at $3.96 in theft of can of Coke from refrigerated display case and three bags of Doritos from outdoor kiosk, 200 block of La Cuesta Drive, Feb. 11.

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