Community - March 16, 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.


Auto burglary report: Window smashed, first block of Marymount Ave., March 5.


Grand theft report: Three-phase circuit breakers stolen, 100 block of Constitution Ave., March 9.

Auto burglary report: Loss estimated at $50 in break-in and theft of wallet, 300 block of Sharon Park Drive, March 4.

Stolen vehicle report: Gold 1995 Honda Accord, 1300 block of Willow Road, March 7.

Fraud reports:

• Loss of $847 in unauthorized use of credit card, 1100 block of University Drive, March 10.

• Identity theft, 1000 block of Laurel St., March 5.


Commercial burglary report: Arrests made in connection with items stolen from 20 lockers after bolt cutters used to cut locks, Woodside High School at 199 Churchill St., March 4.

Assault report: Blows exchanged with injuries to two caretakers on different shifts at same residence but who do not get along and signed citizens arrest forms on each other, 100 block of Vineyard Hill Road, March 7.

Incident report: Unauthorized trimming of redwood trees in traffic island at intersection of state Highway 35 and Highway 84, Alice's Restaurant, March 9.


Auto burglary report: Vehicle broken into and Apple iPod Touch stolen, 100 block of Erica Way, March 8.

Theft report: Unauthorized use of credit card stolen from unlocked vehicle, 300 block of La Cuesta Drive, March 8.


Theft report: Dry cleaning valued at $550 stolen from side of house, 1000 block of Sherman Ave., March 4.


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