Peninsula Police Blotter

A log of daily events from Peninsula police departments.

Daly City

Bogus nephew: A woman residing on the 1-100 block of Westmoor Avenue received a call from a male claiming he was her nephew and asking to borrow money that he would send his friend to pick up. She gave $200 to a stranger at noon Sept. 28 and when she saw her nephew later, he said he had never called her to ask for money.

Auto burglary: A Nissan Frontier was broken into through a window sometime between 6 a.m. and 1 p.m. Sept. 28 while parked on the 1-100 block of Baldwin Avenue. The unknown burglar took a laptop computer and 30 PlayStation games, total value $2,150.

Redwood City

Free-for-all: A group of several teen males and females was witnessed fighting near the Caltrain station at 3:33 p.m. Sept. 26. Medics were dispatched to treat one bleeding combatant at the station, but he refused to say anything about the incident and no witnesses or anybody else from the fracas was still there. The uncooperative juvenile was released to his parents.

Armed robbery: A 41-year-old man was pistol-whipped and robbed behind a building on the 3500 block of Rolison Road at 10:37 p.m. Sept. 28. The two clean-cut muggers left the victim bleeding from the head and drove off with his wallet in a white Chevy Blazer.

San Mateo

Failed break-in: A resident of the 100 block of E. Bellevue Avenue heard noises in his backyard after midnight Oct. 1. When he checked in the morning there were signs that someone had attempted to break in the back door.

Burlingame

Taurus theft: A white four-door Ford Taurus was stolen on the 2100 block of Trousdale Drive sometime overnight Oct. 1.

San Bruno

Par-tay: Someone reported 20 juveniles parked in the road and playing loud music on the 2900 block of Fleetwood Drive at 10:46 p.m. Sept. 28.

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