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Police Blotter

A rundown of crime during the past week in Pacifica.

May 31

5:49pm Police received a report that three male juveniles were skateboarding at the new tennis courts at Ocean High School on Paloma Avenue. The subjects were gone when police arrived.

11:11pm Police found graffiti at Terra Nova Bl. that read: “my bad catch me if you can,” “end the fog,” and “come find me fool.”

June 1

7:49pm A home on Madeira Drive was egged three times. No damage was done and there were no suspects.

10:01pm An officer made an arrest for a DUI at Park Mall at Oddstad and Terra Nova Blvds.

June 2

3:07am Police received a call from a woman on Adobe Drive that her husband had been drinking and had thrown her against the wall. The call was disconnected.

6:29pm Police received a call that a black male in his 30’s shoplifted $50 worth of nutrition shakes at the Rite Aid on Fairmont Ctr.

June 3

7:34am Police were notifed that a red vehicle hit the left side of a parked dark blue vehicle at Rosita Rd.   

June 4

8:45am Police received a call that a man’s ex-wife took his disability credit card and charged $15,000. 

4:30pm Someone reported that their vehicle was stolen from Beachview Ave. and was last seen Sunday June 3.

June 5

12:29pm Policed received a complaint from someone at Rissho Kosei-Kai Buddhi Church on Valencia Wy. that there is an ongoing problem with drug activity and people having sex in vehicles nearby. 

4:55pm Someone notified the police that their son-in-law had broken a window and had almost pushed his wife down the stairs.

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Bhatman June 07, 2012 at 02:39 PM
Hmmm. Odd that you are not reporting the race of the DUI or any of the other incidents yet you find it appropriate to mention a "black male" for the shoplifting. I suggest you either be consistent in your reporting or demand the Police Dept furnish you with that information.
Taylor Wiles June 07, 2012 at 03:41 PM
Thanks, Bhatman. This blotter includes what's in the police bulletin. If suspects are gone when police arrive on the scene or the caller has no description of the suspect, it doesn't show up. But thank you for your suggestion, and we'll keep this in mind for future police blotters.
Edward sawacki June 07, 2012 at 07:05 PM
People love to complain :/
Bhatman June 08, 2012 at 12:28 AM
Should Edward's comment be considered a complaint?

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