Sheriff’s report: June 29


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Thu, June 30, 2011


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Maybe it’s the weather, but the crimes this week are a little heavier than usual: a couple sleeping at home in El Granada are awakened by an intruder, a woman stabs her boyfriend repeated with scissors, a scarier-than-usual drunk screams in Princeton, and prank call in El Granada go wrong:

Deputies responded to a report of a disturbance. The reporting party told Deputies that a neighbor had chased after his son and was yelling at him. The neighbor accused the juvenile and his friends of making prank calls to his residence.

Incident Report
06/21/11 @ 0301 hours
300 block of Valencia Ave, El Granada
On 6-21-11, a couple was asleep in their residence when an unknown person entered their house.  They woke up and scared the unknown person, causing the unknown person to flee the residence.  The unknown person did not remove anything from the residence.

Incident Report
06/21/11 @ 2013 hours
Avenue Balboa / Columbus Street, El Granada
Deputies responded to a report of a disturbance. The reporting party told Deputies that a neighbor had chased after his son and was yelling at him. The neighbor accused the juvenile and his friends of making prank calls to his residence.

Assault
06/25/11 @ 1424 hours
500 block of Coronado Street, El Granada
Deputies responded to a report of an assault. A boyfriend and girlfriend were involved in an altercation and the girlfriend grabbed a pair of scissors and stabbed the boyfriend twice in the right arm and once in the back. The male was transported to the hospital and the female was transported to the county jail.

Public Intoxication
06/26/11 @ 0139 hours
100 block of West Point, Princeton
On 6/26/11 at approximately 0139 hours Deputies were dispatched to the area of West Point Avenue and Harvard Avenue in Princeton on a report of a man screaming for help. Upon arrival, deputies canvassed the area with negative results.  One reporting party thought the screams were coming from a trail leading to the radio tower.  While searching the area, Deputies could hear yelling off in the distance.  After tracking the sound, Deputies located a subject yelling and stumbling along the trail.  He had red watery eyes, a slurred speech, and was unsteady on his feet.  He had an odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from his person. They asked the subject how much he had been drinking.  He replied more than normal. Deputies believed the subject was too intoxicated to care for himself.  He was arrested and booked into the San Mateo County jail for violation 647(f) PC- Drunk in public.