Peninsula Police Blotter: Neighborhood crime log

These are excerpts from Peninsula police departments’ daily log of activities. Incidents are listed by city.

Millbrae

Blarin’ in the wind: An alarm was set off after wind blew a garage door open on the 800 block of Clearfield Drive before 6:31 p.m. on May 29.

Burlingame

Art theft: A man said he believed his ex-wife stole $3,000 worth of paintings from him on the 100 block of Central Avenue before 6:36 p.m. on May 28.

Daly City

No ifs, ands or butts: At 6:34 p.m. May 30, a resident called the Daly City Fire Department about a fence fire on Crestline Avenue. The resident suspected that neighbors had been smoking and discarded their cigarette buttsinappropriately. None of the multiple residents in the neighboring house admitted to discarding cigarette butts, but they were admonished.

Belmont

Homework hostility: A mother called at 7:31 p.m. May 27 from Broadway that when she approached her daughter about doing her homework, her daughter threatened to hit her, then grabbed her and pushed her by the shoulders out of the room.

Foster City

Tot wields weapon: A welfare check was requested at 9:06 p.m. May 28 on Polaris Avenue on a 5-year-old foster child after he threatened the foster parent with a broken cup.

Redwood City

Indecent: An arrest for indecent exposure was made on a person in a green Cadillac without license plates at 12:02 p.m. May 30 at Target on El Camino Real.

South City

Consumer reports: A caller reported at 8:02 p.m. May 31 from Grand Avenue that a male who bought a bike at the caller’s garage sale in the morning returned making a verbal disturbance about the bike.

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