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Community Pulse - November 11, 2022

Police calls

Palo Alto

Oct. 28 - Nov. 9

Violence related

Emerson Street, 10/30, 12:37 a.m.; battery

Rickeys Way, 10/30, 6:09 p.m.; child abuse

Bayshore Road, 10/30, 7:31 p.m.; arson

Park Boulevard, 10/31, 1:44 a.m.; inflict corporal injury on spouse/cohabitant/dating relationship

Emerson Street, 11/2, 1:36 p.m.; battery

Theft related



Grand theft<0x0009>8

Identity theft<0x0009>2

Petty theft<0x0009>23


Vehicle related

Auto theft<0x0009>6

Driving w/ suspended license<0x0009>1

Hit and run<0x0009>6

Parking/driving violation<0x0009>7

Theft from auto<0x0009>24

Vehicle accident/minor injury<0x0009>1

Vehicle accident/prop damage<0x0009>5

Alcohol or drug related

Driving under influence<0x0009>3

Possession of paraphernalia<0x0009>1


Court order violation<0x0009>2

Death unattended<0x0009>1

Found property<0x0009>1

Hate incident<0x0009>1

Info. case<0x0009>1

Lost property<0x0009>8

Mental health evaluation<0x0009>2

Non-consensual distribution of intimate images<0x0009>1

Outside warrant arrest<0x0009>6

Resist arrest<0x0009>1

Suspicious circumstances<0x0009>4


Menlo Park

Nov. 3 - 8

Violence related

Santa Cruz Avenue, 11/4, 4:03 a.m.; battery

Elder Avenue, 11/7, 11:40 a.m.; assault

Theft related



Petty theft<0x0009>3

Vehicle related

Auto recovery<0x0009>3

Auto theft<0x0009>2

Bicycle theft<0x0009>2

Driving w/ suspended license<0x0009>3

Hit and run<0x0009>1

Vehicle tow<0x0009>1

Alcohol or drug related

Drug activity<0x0009>1

Possession of drugs<0x0009>2

Possession of paraphernalia<0x0009>2


Coroner case<0x0009>1

Court order violation<0x0009>1

Follow up<0x0009>2

Found property<0x0009>1

Gang validation<0x0009>1

Info. case<0x0009>3

Lost property<0x0009>1

Medical aid<0x0009>1

Mental health evaluation<0x0009>1

Missing person<0x0009>1

Noise ordinance violation<0x0009>1


Warrant arrest<0x0009>6


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