Peninsula Police Blotter: Neighborhood crime log

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

San Bruno

I’ll huff and I’ll puff: An apartment manager said a man had called him numerous times to say that if he did not open his apartment door on the 400 block of Huntington Avenue, he was going to break it in before 1:27 p.m. May 12.

Fence fired upon: A shotgun may have been fired into a fence in the backyard of a home on the 600 block of Third Avenue before 6:14 p.m. May 13.

Burlingame

Pedestrian policy: A man wanted to talk to police about “his rights” because cars keep going around him or cutting him off while he tried to cross the street on the 1100 block of Trousdale Drive before 1:49 p.m. May 13.

Public urination: Two or three people were swearing and urinating on a building on the 1800 block of El Camino Real before 3:11 p.m. May 13.

Daly City

Hit and run: A caller reported being the victim at 8:04 a.m. May 13 from Sullivan and Southgate avenues of a hit-and-run. The suspect was charged with drunken driving, driving on a suspended license and hit and run. She was transported to Seton Hospital, where she was cited and released.

San Mateo

Bloody argument: A caller reported that a man poured blood on her child at 7:04 p.m. May 14 at 1700 Second Ave. and they were arguing and yelling.

South City

Rude riders: A funeral procession en route to Colma informed the police that vehicles were doing donuts and hanging out of their vehicle windows driving southbound on U.S. Highway 101, taking the South San Francisco drive exit at 2:06 p.m. May 13 from Hillside Boulevard and Sister Cities.

Partying parishioners: Noise was reported at 1:19 p.m. May 13 on the 100 block of Arden Avenue, evidently, loud music was coming from a church on Arden.

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