Peninsula Police Blotter: Neighborhood crime log

A log of daily events from Peninsula police departments.

Redwood City

Grocery stabbing: A 49-year-old clerk at the 24-hour Grocery Outlet, 1833 Broadway, was stabbed in the back and left arm when he went outside for his 4 a.m. break Sept.22 and was confronted by two suspects. He was transported to a hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries and the attackers ran away.

Burlingame

Slash and key: Someone slashed the front left tire and keyed a 2001 black Chevy Silverado on the 700 block of Lexington Way before 12:47 p.m. Wednesday.

San Carlos

Smash and steal: Officers responded to the 200 blocks of Oakview Drive and Edgehill Drive on reports of two vehicles that had been burglarized overnight Tuesday via a window smash.

Daly City

Barbecue with music: An unknown burglar broke into an Acura Integra sedan parked overnight Sept. 18 at the intersection of Whittier and Frankfort streets and removed the in-dash stereo, also taking a small barbecue cooker from the trunk while he was at it.

BMW vs. gas pump: The Arco gas station on 151 Southgate Ave. suffered an estimated $10,000 in damages to a gasoline pump at 8:45 a.m. Sept. 14 when a 1985 BMW 325E coupe was driven away with the fuel hose still attached to the gas tank.

Recovered stolen car: A stolen Honda Accord two-door was recovered on the 1-100 block of Risel Avenue at 6:56 p.m. Sept. 14, when the driver was stopped for a traffic violation and resisted arrest.

Squatters: On Sept. 14 at 3:22 p.m., police evicted two illegal squatters who had been living for two months in a shed at the rear of a vacant residence on the 100 block of Vista Grande Avenue.

Porch raid: A Tallwood Drive resident who left his two digital cameras worth $5,600 on the porch for a week prior to Sept. 4 should not have been surprised to discover them gone.

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