Palo Alto Weekly

Community Pulse - March 21, 2014

Police calls

Palo Alto

March 12-18

Violence related

Assault 1

Family violence 1

Sex crime 2

Theft related

Fraud 1

Grand theft 1

Identity theft 1

Petty theft 8

Residential burglaries 2

Shoplifting 1

Vehicle related

Bicycle recovery 1

Misc. traffic 7

Stolen/lost plates 1

Theft from auto 7

Vehicle accident/minor injury 9

Vehicle accident/property damage 7

Vehicle tow 3

Alcohol or drug related

Drunk in public 4

Drunken driving 1

Possession of drugs 2

Miscellaneous

Animal attack 1

Found property 5

Lost property 1

Other/misc. 2

Psych hold 2

Suspicious circumstances 2

Vandalism 2

Warrant/other agency 6

Menlo Park

March 12-18

Violence related

Assault 2

Battery 1

Theft related

Commercial burglaries 1

Fraud 5

Petty theft 3

Residential burglaries 3

Vehicle related

Auto recovery 1

Driving w/ suspended license 7

Hit and run 1

Theft from auto 6

Vehicle accident/minor injury 11

Vehicle accident/property damage 1

Vehicle tow 1

Alcohol or drug related

Narcotic registrant 1

Possession of drugs 7

Under influence of drugs 2

Miscellaneous

Found property 1

Located missing person 1

Lost property 2

Info. case 4

Other/misc. 6

Outside assist 1

Parole violation 2

Suspicious circumstances 1

Threats 1

Vandalism 3

Warrant arrest 8

VIOLENT CRIMES

Palo Alto

567 Maybell Ave., 3/12, 9:26 p.m.; assault w/ a deadly weapon

Kipling Street/Lytton Avenue, 3/15, 9:25 p.m.; sex crime/misc.

Kipling Street/Lytton Avenue, 3/16, 5:08 p.m.; sex crime/misc.

Willmar Drive, 3/16, 9:08 p.m.; family violence

Menlo Park

600 block Willow Road, 3/17, 8:56 a.m.; assault/cruelty to child

500 block El Camino Real, 3/18. 4:43 a.m.; assault/robbery

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