Peninsula Police Blotter: Neighborhood crime log

A log of daily events from Peninsula police departments.

Redwood City

Domestic scare: A mother reported at 3:58 a.m. Dec. 8 that her daughter had been out drinking and was now threatening her with a knife. The caller locked the daughter in her room after taking the knife from her. The daughter was described as heavyset, with dark hair. She was reportedly wearing pajama bottoms and a white shirt when she ran out the front door.

The subject was later held at Chope Hospital because she was deemed a danger to herself or others.

San Mateo

Who’s there? A couple was awakened by noise outside their bedroom window and noticed the window screen coming off at 3 a.m. Dec. 7 on the 600 block of East 16th Avenue. The window had been unlocked and left slightly open for ventilation. The victim reportedly heard his side yard fence kicked down. He then ran outside and saw a person running eastbound on East 16th Avenue and gave chase. Meanwhile, his wife and neighbors called police.

Lock up! A caller reported a laptop missing at 6:28 p.m. Dec. 12 on the 400 block of Cavanaugh Street when a sliding glass door may have been left unlocked.

San Carlos

Alleged boosters: After a short pursuit by Belmont Police Department, suspects were arrested for an occupied stolen vehicle on Dec. 5 at 11:22 a.m. and taken into custody in Burlingame.

Red Rodrigo, 28, of San Francisco, was arrested for possession of a stolen vehicle, resisting arrest, driving on a suspended license, and recklessly evading a police officer while driving a vehicle.

Allan Valete, 31, of San Francisco, was arrested for possession of a stolen vehicle and resisting arrest. Gerry Zipagan, 37, of San Francisco, was arrested for possession of a stolen vehicle and resisting arrest.

Belmont

Loud towing: Caller reported that a disturbance was occurring at 10:12 p.m. Dec. 6 on Old County Road when a car was towed. The owner of the car was also reportedly having issues with the tow company about payment.

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