As usual, there was nothing much from Forest Knolls or Midtown Terrace in the Park Station police newsletters. (We like it that way!)
But a few things did catch my eye:
January 23, 1.49 a.m. Drunk driving at Clarendon and Oak Park. “Sergeant Callaway & Lewis located a vehicle that had been involved in a hit & run traffic collision. The driver was determined to be seriously in the bag.”
Jan 17th, 1.55 a.m. A report of an attempted “hot prowl” at 300 Warren Drive: “Victim was awoken by noise at his rear door. He looked out and saw the suspect trying to break in. Victim yelled at the suspect who fled.” (A “hot prowl” is when someone enters a home when people are present.)
Jan 17th, 12.30 p.m. Malicious damage to a vehicle at Clarendon and Panorama.
Jan 17th, 11.15 a.m. A collision at Clarendon and Christopher, because someone was going too fast.
Jan 5th, 9 a.m. 100 Marview. A car was stolen.
Jan 3rd, 11.30 p.m. Collision at Crestmont and Devonshire – someone was speeding.
Those poisoned trees, which I wrote about HERE? I’d written to UCSF about them; they said it looked like it was SFWD’s business. A few days ago, I saw SFWD working there, and now it looks like they have cut down one of the trees and trimmed the other. I suppose there was no other way with the trees becoming unsafe.
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