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BLOTTER: Drunken 20 Year Old Shatters Cop Car Window, Son Strikes Elderly Mother to the Ground

The following information was supplied by the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction. Police log for Half Moon Bay and the unincorporated San Mateo County Coast from August 26-.S

Aug. 26

 

1:12 a.m. Grove @ First, Half Moon Bay: Deputies dispatched to a report of people running in the street and possibly fighting. They made contact with two male subjects, who appeared to be fighting, and one male said he was just "trying to calm the other one down." Both subjects appeared to have been drinking. Another male in the driver’s seat of a nearby vehicle stated he was trying to get the two subjects to calm down. The driver was under the influence of alcohol and admitted he had been driving. The driver failed field sobriety tests and was arrested for driving under the influence. The other two subjects were arrested for public intoxication. The 20-year-old became combative and while seated in the back of the patrol vehicle used both feet to shatter the window of the vehicle. He was also charged with vandalism.

 

3:51 a.m. 3000 block of N. Cabrillo Hwy., Half Moon Bay: A 56-year-old man from Palo Alto was found intoxicated, sleeping in the bushes. The subject was determined to be too intoxicated to care for himself and was arrested and transported to SM County jail, to be released when sober.

 

2 p.m. 0-100 block of N. Cabrillo Hwy., Half Moon Bay: A 62-year-old Half Moon Bay man causes a disturbance in a store when he began yelling at customers after being asked to leave, due to prior thefts. The subject left prior to Deputies’ arrival, but was later found hiding in some bushes. He was detained and placed under citizen’s arrest by the store employee, and transported to SM County Jail, on charges of probation violation and trespassing.

 

400 block of Joseph Ave., Half Moon Bay: Deputy dispatched to report of hit and run property damage collision, when unknown suspect(s) collided with a parked vehicle, and failed to leave their contact information.

 

4:45 p.m. 200 block of Capistrano Rd., Princeton: A tote bag containing T-shirts, music CDs and albums, valued at approximately $2,055, was stolen from a woman after unloading them from her vehicle and going to a nearby restaurant.

 

Aug. 27

 

10:38 a.m., Third at Filbert streets, Half Moon Bay: Deputy on patrol observed vehicle with tinted window violation and performed traffic stop. The 18-year-old driver was found to be unlicensed and the vehicle smelled of marijuana. Both marijuana and suspected methamphetamines were found, along with a glass pipe. The subject was arrested and transported to SM County Jail on numerous charges with the enhancement of participating in a criminal street gang.

 

Aug. 28

 

4:45 p.m., 100 block of Canada Cover, Half Moon Bay: Deputies dispatched to report of disturbance when neighbors reporting screaming coming from a residence.

Upon arrival Deputies made entry and found a male subject shouting at his elderly mother, and threatening her with violence. The investigation revealed that the suspect had shoved the elderly woman to the ground, hitting her and taking away her cell phone when she tried to call for help.

Deputies detained the suspect, who resisted and threatened the Deputies with physical harm once he was released from jail. The subject was arrested and transported to SM County Jail on numerous charges.

 

7 p.m. 1100 block of Main St., Half Moon Bay: Deputy dispatched to report of the theft of a bicycle, left unsecured outside a theater. The bike was valued at approximately $250.

 

Aug. 29

 

7:20 p.m. 0-100 block of Sumac Way, Moonridge: Two men, ages 23 and 43, wanted on a misdemeanor warrant out of San Mateo County Deputies were arrested and transported to SM County

Jail.

 

10:45 p.m. Cabrillo Hwy @ Capistrano, El Grandada: Deputies on patrol observed vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed and performed traffic stop. The 37-year-old driver appeared to be intoxicated and failed field sobriety tests. He was arrested and transported to SM County Jail.

 

Aug. 30

 

1:11 a.m. 300 block of Capistrano Rd., Princeton Deputy on patrol made contact with four subjects and found one of the subjects to be wanted on a misdemeanor warrant out of Los Angeles. The subject was arrested and transported to SM County Jail.

 

6:56 p.m. 500 block of Kelly Ave., Half Moon Bay: Deputies were called to an altercation between an El Granada father and 19-year-old son, who admitted to smoking methamphetamines earlier in the day. He was arrested and transported to SM County Jail.

 

11:44 p.m. Tunitas Creek, Unincorporated: Five men from San Francisco were found fishing on the beach with flashlights, and found them in possession of a bucket and backpack full of Dungeness crab. All five were cited and released on their promise to appear in court, and the crab released back into the ocean.

 

Aug. 31

 

10:16 a.m. 100 block of Culebra, Moss Beach: Deputies found a 32-year-old Montara man, wanted on four warrants, two of which were no bail felony warrants, hiding under the covers in a bed subject at a residence. He was also found in possession of a glass pipe, commonly used for smoking methamphetamines, and was arrested and transported to SM County

Jail.

 

Sept. 1

 

2:37 a.m. 500 block of Alto Ave., Half Moon Bay: Patrol officers observed a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed, and observed the driver park the vehicle and then its occupants ducked down to avoid being seen. Deputy made contact with the occupants and found the 21-year-old driver intoxicated. He failed field sobriety tests and was arrested and transported to First Chance.

 

8:28 p.m. 0-100 block of Nasturtium Rd., Moonridge: Deputies responded to report of fight in progress and upon arrival four subjects ran from the scene. One juvenile was located and continued to run after being ordered to stop, and then hid in a bush. Deputies located the juvenile and found him in possession of a folding knife, and with a laceration to the head.

The juvenile appeared to be under the influence of alcohol and was uncooperative. He was transported to

SM County Medical Center and released to the care of his mother. The case will be forwarded to the DA for review.

 

Sept. 2

1:09 p.m. 4200 block of N. Cabrillo Hwy., Half Moon Bay: A 49-year- old woman from San Francisco was cited for a hit and run property damage-only collision.

 

11:55 a.m. 100 block of Wright Rd., Loma Mar: Deputies dispatched to report of disturbance when a couple had an argument that appeared to be verbal only, and the male party punched the window of his vehicle, causing injury to his hand. A report was taken to document the incident.

 

4 p.m. 200 block of San Mateo Rd., Half Moon Bay: Deputy dispatched to report of vandalism to vehicle, when someone slashed the tires of a vehicle. A witness was able to identify the suspect and the case will be forwarded to the DA for prosecution.

 

4:19 p.m. 0-100 block of N. Cabrillo Hwy., Half Moon Bay: A 43-year-old woman was arrested for driving under the influence and probation violation.

 

11 p.m. N. Cabrillo Hwy @

Frenchman’s Creed Rd., Half Moon Bay: Driver cited for driving with suspended license.

 

Sept. 3

12:18 a.m. SR1 @ 8 St., Montara: Deputy on patrol observed a vehicle making a U-turn, and then unable to negotiate the turn, slid the car into the dirt shoulder and became stuck in the dirt. The 43-year-old driver from Montara appeared to be intoxicated and CHP arrived on scene to complete the DUI investigation and subsequent arrest.

 

12:21 a.m. Johnson Pier, Princeton: Deputy on patrol observed a vehicle parked with a person’s legs hanging outside, and made contact. The 52-year-old male from San Jose appeared to be intoxicated and was determined to be too intoxicated to care for himself. He was arrested and transported to SM County Jail, where he was to be released when sober.

 

2:42 p.m. N. Cabrillo Hwy @ Frenchman’s

Creek Rd., Half Moon Bay: Patrol officers observed a vehicle swerve over double yellow lines and foglines several times. The Deputy performed a traffic stop and found the driver appeared to be intoxicated. The San Mateo resident failed field sobriety tests and was arrested. During transportation to SM County Jail, the suspect began kicking the window, causing it to break. The suspect was charged with the additional charge of vandalism, and booked into SM County Jail.

 

7:16 p.m. 0-100 block of Bloom Lane, Half Moon Bay: Deputies dispatched to report of restraining order violation in progress, when the restrained party was reported to be drunk and knocking on the protected party’s door. The subject was arrested and transported to SM County Jail.

 

 

Sept. 4

 

5000 block of Cabrillo Hwy., Half Moon Bay: Two metal tool sheds, power tools, and three spools of copper wires were stolen from a construction site. The victim estimated the loss at approximately $10,000.

 

6:38 p.m. 0-100 block of Bloom Land, Half Moon Bay: Deputies dispatched to report of restraining order violation in progress, when the restrained party was located at the back door of the protected party’s residence, in violation of the court order. The suspect was arrested and transported to SM County Jail.

 

300 block of Butano Cut-Off, Pescadero: Unknown suspect(s) vandalized a shed by broking the door jam. Nothing inside was damaged or missing.

 

400 block of Kehoe, Half Moon Bay:

A computer tablet was stolen from a mailbox when the victim reported she ordered a computer tablet, but when she didn’t receive it she contacted the retailer, who advised it was delivered on Aug. 29, 2012. The company advised the victim to obtain a crime report in order to get reimbursement.

100 block of Canada Vista, La Honda: a A license place was reported stolen from a trailer.

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