Man driving under the influence in Foster City

Foster City

Mobile boozer: At 3:09 p.m. Monday, a report was made of a man in his 50s with large goggles and a blue jacket driving a blue moped or bicycle with a 12-pack of beer on the pedway from Sea Cloud Park toward Beach Park Boulevard in violation of a city ordinance. Officers were unable to locate the man.

Bad roommate: At 9:19 a.m. Tuesday, a report was made of a 61-year-old man who tried to enter a female resident’s room the previous night. In the morning, the man engaged in an altercation with another man, but the scuffle was halted by staff members. Police arrived and gave advice to staff on how to transfer the man to another facility.

South City

Early noise: At 7:02 a.m. Monday, a neighbor in the unit block of Grand Avenue reported a continuing problem with nearby construction workers. The person making the report said the crew had already been making noise with their work for more than an hour.

Chirping: At 3:29 p.m. Monday, a person on Ida Drive called to say a pet bird in a neighbor’s garage was making too much noise and the man was upset because he has tinnitus, an ear condition that involves ringing or buzzing not caused by outside noise.

Redwood City

Sleeping space: At 4:29 a.m. Monday, a woman on Marshall Street called to report that a man who was likely homeless was sleeping in front of her gate, which could not be opened to gain access to the lot.

Suspicious:
At 6:24 p.m. Monday, a person on Broadway reported that three big men were in a parking lot and appeared to be trying to break into a car.

Domestic incident: At 8:42 p.m. Monday, a call was made reporting a man yelling and using foul language while kids were crying. Sounds of something being slammed into a wall were heard.

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