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Community Pulse - July 23, 2021

Police calls

Palo Alto

July 15-July 20

Violence related

West Meadow Drive, 6/7, 9:20 a.m.; child abuse/sexual.

Ross Road, 6/29, 7:30 p.m.; child abuse/sexual.

Webster Street, 7/15, 5:34 p.m.; arson.

Alma Street, 7/16, 2:10 a.m.; sex crime.

Bryant Street, 7/16, 4:40 p.m.; sexual assault.

University Avenue, 7/16, 11:44 p.m.; arson.

Theft related

Fraud 2

Grand theft 4

Identity theft 3

Petty theft 2

Shoplifting 3

Vehicle related

Auto theft 3

Bicycle theft 1

Driving w/ suspended license 3

Hit and run 2

Lost/stolen plates 1

Misc. traffic 1

Theft from auto 1

Vehicle accident/minor injury 4

Vehicle accident/prop damage 1

Vehicle tow 1

Alcohol or drug related

Driving under influence 1

Possession of drugs 1

Possession of paraphernalia 2

Sale of drugs 1

Under influence of drugs 1


Casualty fall 1

Found property 1

Lost property 2

Misc. penal code violation 5

Missing person 1

Psychiatric subject 8

Suspicious circumstances 8

Vandalism 2

Warrant/other agency 13

Menlo Park

July 14-July 19

Violence related

100 block E. Creek Drive, 7/15, 9:58 a.m.; battery.

Theft related

Fraud 1

Grand theft 2

Petty theft 2

Residential burglaries 1

Vehicle related

Bicycle theft 2

Hit and run 2

Theft from auto 1

Theft from auto attempt 1

Vehicle accident/no injury 2

Vehicle tow 1

Alcohol or drug related

Driving under influence 1


Court order violation 2

Found property 1

Medical call 1

Mental evaluation 1

Missing person 2

Possession of stolen property 1

Trespassing 2

Vandalism 2

Warrant arrest 2


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