Peninsula Police Blotter

A log of daily events from Peninsula police departments.

South City

Hello officer: Police were called to a scene of a person crying and slurring her words. She had called police at 1:54 p.m. Nov. 16 from Larch Avenue, saying she is a recovering alcoholic and was having a rough night and “just wanted to say hi.”

Burlingame

Egg bombs: People were allegedly hitting cars with eggs from a balcony on the 1900 block of Garden Drive before 6:44 p.m. Nov. 18.

San Mateo

Alleged tagging: Four youths were reportedly writing with black marker on a fence at 11:55 a.m. Nov. 17 at North Eldorado Street and Tilton Avenue.

Ominous call: A caller’s wife was very concerned after reportedly receiving a call from an unknown subject saying that he was going to kill her in seven days. The husband reported the incident to police at 11:07 p.m. Nov. 17 from the 1600 block of East Third Avenue.

Daly City

Goodbye stranger: A woman called police after a man she reportedly knew returned to her house at 11:30 p.m. Nov. 16 in the 800 block of Bellevue after she had not seen him for three years.

The man was arrested on a warrant from a 2004 case and was booked. The victim was advised to obtain another restraining order.

Fun duo: Two suspects were arrested at 3:20 p.m. Nov. 16 at the 800 block of Huron when one was found to be in the possession of methamphetamines and had a $10,000 warrant for possession and the other was booked for a $7,500 warrant for drunken driving. Both subjects were taken to the main jail.

Redwood City

Thinking of you: A caller reported that a person who appeared to be medicated was acting weird on Nov. 17 in unincorporated Redwood City and that the person was about to drive away in a white Chevrolet 1500 pickup truck.

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