Parking lot problems in Foster City

Foster City
Parking-lot dispute:
At 3:52 p.m. Wednesday, a woman called to say that she was blocking a Los Prados tow truck that was driving the wrong way through the parking lot at the Jewish Community Center on Foster City Boulevard. Police arrived and resolved the situation.

Too loud: At 10:11 p.m. Wednesday, a resident of Bounty Drive called to report that two people were sitting inside of a vehicle and were having an argument. They may have been drinking. Police talked with the people and they said they would be going inside for the evening.

 

South City
Second home:
At 8:43 a.m. Wednesday, a caller reported that a man was living out of his car in a driveway on Morningside Avenue. A tarp was over the vehicle. Police would be able to tell whether the man is there if a motorcycle was at the residence.

Dog problem: At 10:14 a.m. Wednesday, four loose dogs were spotted in the easement behind a house on Shasta Court, which the reporting party said has been an ongoing problem. The dogs were barking and one attacked neighbors earlier in the day, the person said. They didn’t know whether the dogs live in the area.

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