Thursday, October 30, 4:30am, Parole Warrant Arrest: Officers were in the area of Larkin and Ellis when they observed several subjects hanging out in front of a liquor store with no lawful business. The subjects were not going in the store and they were just loitering. The officers made contact with the subjects. After several attempts by one of the subjects to hide his identity, the officers found out who he really was. I would lie about how I was too, if I had a parole warrant out for my arrest. The officers confirmed the warrant and he was placed under arrest. Back to prison he goes.
Saturday, October 25, Battery, Resisting Arrest: Officers responded to the 1100 block of VanNess regarding a fight. When they arrived on the scene they were met by the Lieutenant. The Lieutenant was driving the victim around the area to look for her car which she misplaced. When she got out of the patrol car the suspect ran up to her and began slapping her across the face. The suspect ignored the Lieutenants request to stop. He was able to get control of the suspect after a short struggle and place her under arrest. After an investigation the suspect turned out to be the victim’s ex-boyfriends new girlfriend (I hope you can follow that). The suspect was arrested and booked at County Jail.
Monday, October 20, 9:00pm, Recovered Stolen Vehicle, Possession of Stolen Property and Narcotics Arrest: Sgt. Lalor, Officer Guiney and Officer Griffin responded to the area of McAllister and Fillmore regarding a stolen car that the owner of the car was following. The officers located the vehicle but the driver did not comply with the officer’s request to get out of the car. The officers continued there requests and in response the driver took out a “crack” pipe and smoked out of it. The officers were able to make entry into the car and take the suspect into custody. The vehicle and its owner were reunited and the suspect was reunited with a jail cell.
Friday, November 7, 7:15am, Warrant Arrest: Officers responded to the Civic Center Plaza regarding a suspicious person who was yelling at people. The officers detained the subject and discovered he had an outstanding warrant for his arrest. The warrant was confirmed and he was placed under arrest.
Friday, November 7, Resisting Arrest, Battery on a Police Officer, Threats Against a Police Officer and Parole Warrant Arrest: Officers were on patrol in the area of the 600 block of Ellis Street when they observed some suspicious activity. The officers made contact with two subjects, one who told them he was on parole. A computer check showed there was PAROLEE AT LARGE warrant for his arrest. When the officers went to handcuff the subject he struck one of the officers in the jaw and took off running. The officers found the subject hiding under a car and he once again took off running. The officers gave chase and this time he was not able to get away. The officers took him into custody. During the ride to jail the subject continually threatened the officers advising them they better watch out for him when he gets out of jail.
Monday, November 10, 10:45pm, Malicious Mischief, Resisting Arrest and Possession of Narcotic Paraphernalia: Officers were patrolling in the area of St. Mary’s Cathedral when they observed a subject kneeling down on the steps of the church writing something. When the subject saw the police, he threw the pen into a baby stroller (no baby in the stroller) and took off running with the stroller in his hands. The officers were able to quickly detain him. The officers observed obscene words written on the stairs of the church by the suspect. A computer check revealed the subject was on active probation. During a search, the officers located drug paraphernalia on the subject and also sharpie markers. The officers searched the rest of the church area and found more obscenities written on the property. The subject told the police that God had told him to graffiti the church. The suspect was booked at Northern Station.
November 9, 2008-6:00pm-1800 blk of Jennings-CN#081198917: Entry made through a bedroom window. Loss was a flat screen t.v., a file cabinet, a laptop computer, a t.v. a table and a ax.
* 1700 block of Second Avenue, 9:22 a.m.: A fence was stolen.
* 2400 block of Ensenada Way, 2:32 p.m.: A woman said she was in a fight with her daughter, who had a knife.
* 100 block of Shoreway Road, 1:16 p.m.: Oriental rugs were stolen from a storage unit.
* A man was waving a large stick in a parking lot on the 3100 block of South El Camino Real in San Mateo at about 9:25 p.m. on Monday.
* Radio Road, 8:54 a.m.: A person ran over a handicapped parking place sign at a dog park.
* El Camino Real, 8:42 p.m.: Coins were stolen from a coin machine.
* 1400 block of Alma Street, 10:23 p.m.: A man was taken to a hospital because he was too drunk to care for himself.
* Selby and Gresham lanes, 8:12 a.m. Tuesday Two males at the corner holding leaf blowers were reported to be loitering.
* 543 El Camino Real, 10:39 a.m. Tuesday An employee terminated from Menlo Mazda the previous weekend returned to work and refused to leave.
* Saratoga-Sunnyvale Road, 5:37 p.m. A man was stopped by police for being in possession of a Home Depot shopping cart. The nearest Home Depot was 2 miles away. The man said that the cart was filled with his personal property. The man was arrested for not receiving permission from Home Depot to take the shopping cart.
* 700 block of Seale Avenue, 2:25 p.m.: Two large planters containing cacti were stolen.
* 3500 block of Laguna Avenue, 6:26 p.m.: A shopping cart was set on fire.
* A San Mateo woman said she fell asleep in her car Saturday night and woke up to find someone had cut her bra strap.
* First block of North Kingston Street, 9:46 p.m.: Smoke was seen coming out of a mailbox on the corner.
* Shell Boulevard, 7:40 p.m.: A man in a white T-shirt and jeans allegedly hit two other men with a stick. The stick was possibly from a broom.
* Catamaran Street, 10:10 p.m.: A person asked police to deal with a man who was talking too loudly on his phone on a back patio.
* East Hillsdale Boulevard, 3:01 a.m.: Six real estate signs were removed.
* Skiff Circle, 11:41 p.m. Monday A driver offended by another driver followed her home and then accused her of tailgating him. She then countered and blamed him for slamming his brakes on her.
* 298 N. Capitol Ave., 1:09 a.m. Saturday Two men who exposed themselves to a female employee at El Baron Rojo bar, then struck a security guard with a broken bottle and bit another on their way out were located and arrested.
* Clyde Avenue and Lafayette Street, last Tuesday A driver who could not provide police with a photo ID was arrested when it turned out the name and birthday he claimed was his belonged to someone who had an outstanding warrant. Once properly identified, the driver was determined to have a warrant of his own.
* 500 block of Franklin Street, Wednesday A woman taking a shower noticed a hand holding a camera outside her bathroom window.
* Dunster Drive and Hamilton Avenue, 9:22 p.m. Saturday A man who “parked” his vehicle in the middle of the street was arrested for drunk driving.
* Bowers Avenue and Chromite Drive, Saturday A drunk driver who struck three parked cars came to rest atop one of them.
“In her letter to Obama, Hannah […] introduced herself and wrote, “If that name is familiar to you, it is because our name is in the phone book. My favorite color is blue. I am 7 years old. If you are elected, please take care of poor people.”—turns out I do have ovaries