Police calls: Two rings and an iMac stolen in reported $100,000 loss


This information is from the Atherton Police Department and the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office. Under the law, people charged with offenses are considered innocent unless convicted. The dates police received the report are shown.


Residential burglary reports:

■ A resident of Westridge Drive returned home to find a broken front window and an open front door. She called 911 from a neighbor's house and then walked through her residence. The resident's wedding ring and a "Pave" ring are missing, as is an Apple iMac computer, a total loss estimated at $100,000. March 20.

■ A resident of Favonia Road returned home after a three-day trip and, after being home for a while, noticed that the TV inside her armoire was missing. She walked through the house and discovered that her two cats, who had been inside the house when she left, were now outside, and that a jewelry box was missing. All told, a loss of $950. March 22.

■ Someone pried off a fan on the back of a snack shack on the grounds of the Woodside Priory School, entered the shack and stole about $250 from a cash box. With the damage to the shack included, the losses amount to $450. March 17.


Residential burglary report: Someone entered a private gymnasium of a residence on Elena Avenue and stole a $500 Apple iPad. The door to the gym was unlocked. March 24.

Assault with deadly weapon report: Police made an arrest after medics reported a possible incidence of battery at a home on Leon Way. The suspect is accused of throwing a stainless steel bottle that hit an elderly person on the nose and caused a laceration. March 24.


Residential burglary report: Someone entered a Summit Road house by means unknown and stole a coin collection and a baseball card collection, a total loss of about $6,050. March 21.

Dave Boyce


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