The following is a selection of calls made to the from April 16 to April 18. The full reports can be found on the department's website.
Wednesday, Apr. 18
8:55 a.m. PETTY THEFT
A resident of San Anselmo Avenue reported someone entered her unlocked vehicle last night and items were missing.
9:22 a.m. SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES
10:02 a.m. FOUND
A resident of San Rafael Avenue reported a bag of clothes and another bag of unknown items were in front of the residence.
1:29 p.m. PETTY THEFT
A resident of Fern Lane requested advice regarding graffiti seen in the area. She also reported the theft of a hubcap from her driveway and that she heard the car alarm sound during the night. She requested extra patrol during the morning and evening hours.
2:04 p.m. HIT AND RUN WITH PROPERTY DAMAGE ONLY
A man reported his vehicle was damaged on Red Hill Avenue and a note was not left.
3:41p.m. EXTRA TRAFFIC CONTROL & ENFORCEMENT
A person reported a driver dropped off threejuveniles and forced them to cross Sir Francis Drake Boulevard at Butterfield Road in an unsafe manner. An officer checked the area, but did not locate the vehicle or anything out of the ordinary.
4:52 p.m. VEHICLE COLLISION - MINOR INJURY
Officers and Medical responded to a two-vehicle collision with minor injuries on Sir Francis Drake Boulevard. Two vehicles were towed.
5:06 p.m. EXTRA TRAFFIC CONTROL & ENFORCEMENT Someone requested extra patrol for vehicles speeding in the area of Sir Francis Drake Boulevard and Sais Avenue during the commute hours. Information was passed along.
6:53 p.m. SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES
Someone reported a male juvenile was running around and sweating. Other juveniles that were in the area stated the boy took medication. Fire department was notified. An officer contacted the reporting party who said the juvenile was no longer in the area. Contact was made with the juvenile and his mother. There was no merit to the juvenile taking medication; he was just hot from playing. Fire department was canceled.
6:59 p.m. VEHICLE COLLISION - MINOR INJURY It was reported that a vehicle was overturned on the roadway on Woodside Drive. Officers and medical unit responded. Officers provided traffic control until the roadway was cleared. Two vehicles were towed. One driver had a small laceration to her hand and was treated on scene.
7:32 p.m. MUNI CODE VIOLATION
Someone reported three subjects were setting off fireworks and running in the area of Fern Lane. Officers checked the area and the subjects were not located.
7:52 p.m. SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES
A woman reported a male subject has been following her for the past two days through different cities. Officer spoke with the her and advice was provided. Extra patrol was requested for her residence.
Tuesday, Apr. 17
12:45 a.m. SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES
A woman wanted to report her vehicle missing from across the street at Greenfield Avenue. Officers responded but found the vehicle owner left the scene. Her vehicle was found a short distance away.
2:44 a.m. DISTURBING THE PEACE
A man reported he and his girlfriend were in a verbal altercation but she left the residence on Ancho Vista Avenue. Officers responded and contacted the man who just requested that officers be on the lookout for her to make sure she was okay.
10:56 a.m. DISTURBING THE PEACE
A man advised he was having a problem with his girlfriend and needed help on Center Boulevard. Officers responded but couldn’t locate him.
2:22 p.m. PETTY THEFT
A business on Bolinas Avenue reported someone stole an employee’s bicycle from the front of the store. Officers responded and checked the area with negative results. A report was taken.
3:19 p.m. SUSPICIOUS PERSON
A woman reported a subject she previously reported as suspicious was back in the area of Butterfield Road. Officers responded and checked the area but couldn’t locate him.
4:15 p.m. PETTY THEFT
A woman reported her son’s bicycle was taken on Sir Francis Drake Boulevard. Officer responded and took a report.
4:34 p.m. CITIZEN ASSIST
Officer located a loose dog in the area of Saunders Avenue and Center Boulevard. Its owner was found and it was returned to them.
7:44 p.m. BARKING DOG
A resident of Sais Avenue reported dogs were barking for the past 3 hours in the area. The residence was checked and the dogs were barking on arrival. There was no answer at the door and a warning notice was left by the officer.
9:39 p.m. DISTURBING THE PEACE
A resident of Melville Avenue reported her neighbor was outside, yelling at her house. Officers responded and contacted both parties. The neighbor was advised of the complaint and the matter was abated.
10:18 p.m. MUNI CODE VIOLATION
Officer warned three subjects for being in the area after hours of San Francisco Boulevard. They were moved along.
10:22 p.m. SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES
An anonymous person reported a male subject wearing a motorcycle helmet was standing in the middle of a closed store on Red Hill Avenue looking at items. The business was checked and appeared secure. Employees of a neighboring business said the owner just left and it was most likely him since he left on a motorcycle.
Monday, Apr. 16
9:56 a.m. JUVENILE PROBLEM
Someone reported there were two juvenile males at the side of his house on Brennfleck Avenue and one looked like he had a prescription bottle and a jar. The reporting party advised they were probably trying to use illegal drugs. Officers responded and checked the area but couldn’t locate the subjects.
3:52 p.m. PETTY THEFT
A business on San Anselmo Avenue reported a tip jar was taken by a female subject who fled on foot. Officers checked the area but couldn’t locate her.
4:46 p.m. VEHICLE COLLISION - MINOR INJURY
Officer took a report for a minor injury collision on Sir Francis Drake at Bridge Avenue.
4:50 p.m. ANIMAL COMPLAINT
A resident of Shaw Drive reported an aggressive dog was in the area with its owner. Officer responded and the area was checked and were unable to locate the dog and owner.
7:10 p.m. SHOPLIFTING
A business on Center Boulevard reported a male subject took an item from the store without paying. Officer responded and contacted the subject. The business declined to press charges, but requested he not return to the store.
7:50 p.m. SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES
Someone reported two women were riding bicycles on Sir Francis Drake Boulevard with children following behind also on bicycles, but the children were out of their sight. The reporting party was afraid they weren’t paying attention in the case one of them fell down. Officer responded and checked the area and was unable to locate them.
8:43 p.m. SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES
A resident of Greenfield Court reported three male subjects were loitering in the area in front of her house. Officers responded and checked the area but they were gone on arrival.