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Community Pulse - May 28, 2021

Police calls

Palo Alto

May 20-May 26

Violence related

Waverley Street, 5/5, 7:41 p.m.; child abuse/sexual.

Arastradero Road, 5/7, 7:24 p.m.; child abuse/physical.

Los Robles Avenue, 5/10, 6:56 p.m.; child abuse/physical.

Welch Road, 5/19, 5:55 p.m.; family violence.

University Avenue, 5/21, 1:41 am.; strong arm robbery.

Swain Way, 5/22, 10:34 p.m.; assault w/ deadly weapon.

Evergreen Drive, 5/24, 4:30 p.m.; family violence/battery.

El Camino Real, 5/25, 8:35 a.m.; domestic violence/battery.

Theft related

Commercial burglaries 1

Fraud 1

Grand theft 4

Identity theft 1

Petty theft 5

Prowler 1

Shoplifting 2

Vehicle related

Auto theft 3

Bicycle theft 7

Driving w/ suspended license 3

Hit and run 7

Stolen catalytic converter 1

Theft from auto 5

Vehicle accident/minor injury 2

Vehicle accident/prop damage 4

Vehicle impound 4

Vehicle tow 2

Alcohol or drug related

Driving under influence 2

Drunk in public 1


Found property 5

Lost property 4

Misc. penal code violation 3

Outside investigation 1

Psychiatric subject 3

Suspicious circumstances 4

Vandalism 1

Warrant/other agency 5

Menlo Park

May 19-May 25

Violence related

500 block El Camino Real., 5/22, 5:30 p.m.; assault w/ a deadly weapon.

700 block Oak Grove Avenue, 5/25, 2:06 p.m.; assault.

Theft related

Burglary 1

Fraud 2

Petty theft 3

Vehicle related

Auto recovery 3

Bicycle theft 1

Driving w/ suspended license 1

Stolen catalytic converter 2

Theft from auto 2

Vehicle accident/no injury 1


Business check 4

Disturbance 1

Located missing person 1

Vandalism 1

Warrant arrest 4


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