Peninsula Police Blotter

A log of daily events from Peninsula police departments.

Millbrae

Reunion rage: During a class reunion, a verbal argument broke out between members of the El Camino High School Class of 1987 and the Hispanic Alcoholics Anonymous Survivors & Children’s group on the 400 block of E. Millbrae Avenue at 9:57 p.m. Oct. 6.

Daly City

Stolen at Starbucks: A woman left her credit card at the Starbucks at 6873 Mission St. on Sept. 28. Whoever picked it up has been charging away at Macy’s and a nightclub.

Klutz: An all-thumbs burglar broke several windows to get into a vehicle parked overnight Oct. 8 in an apartment complex on the 600 block of Sylvan Street. However, he could not remove the stereo system and instead just ripped up the dashboard.

San Carlos

Billy-club bust: Officers converged on the 300 block of DeAnza Avenue to break up a disturbance involving six fighters at 1:40 p.m. Oct. 6. A 26-year-old San Mateo man was found to be in possession of a billy club and was subsequently arrested and booked into San Mateo County Jail for possession on an illegal weapon.

Burlingame

Felonious flirting: A lifeguard reported that he was at a market on the 1000 block of Oak Grove Avenue shortly before 7:06 p.m. Oct. 9 when he saw a clerk flirting and possibly exchanging phone numbers with a boy who appeared to be no more than 14 years old.

South City

Tercel vs. tree: A Toyota Tercel subcompact ran into a tree on Airport Boulevard near Linden Avenue at 2:47 a.m. Oct. 8. No persons were seriously injured.

Redwood City

Camping out: An inebriated 38-year-old male transient was booked into county jail and cleaned up after having urinated on himself. Police found him sleeping on the ground near a parking lot gate on the 1600 block of El Camino Real at 1:12 a.m. Oct. 1.

Batteries are powering defection from the electric grid

“Minimizing my impact on the planet is something I’ve been working on since I was, like, 13 years old.”

More safe sites for people living in vehicles proposed

“This is not a new model; this is something that’s been utilized around the country.”

Homelessness dipped in San Francisco during pandemic

“Our investments in shelter and housing are resulting in improvements in the lives of people experiencing homelessness and conditions on our streets.”