Blotter: Man Arrested for Farmers' Market Harassment

The following information was supplied by the Redwood City Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

The following blotter was supplied by the .

Friday, August 10

3:44a.m---Disturbance—A subject refused to leave a property, despite being kicked out due to visitors who were not allowed.

9:57a.m---Court Order Violation---An ex-boyfriend made unwanted calls despite a restraining order.

1:04p.m---Vandalism---A landlord suspects evicted tenants in an incident of vandalism to outside lights.

8:35p.m---Disturbance—An altercation ensued at a store when a customer attempted to return diet pills and the store refused to issue a refund.

9:03---Disturbance---A man who the 911 caller believed was recently released from prison was harassing her.

Saturday, August 11

7:32a.m---Graffiti---Purple gang graffiti was sprayed on a damaged building along El Camino.

9:05a.m---Traffic Hazard---A flock of geese were seen disrupting traffic on the intersection of Maple and Veteran.

12:11p.m---Disturbance---A man was arrested after harassing people at the Farmers Market.

3:23p.m---Disturbance---Panhandlers refused to leave a storefront.

8:01p.m---Public Drunkenness-A man was arrested in the Theatre district for being excessively intoxicated.


Sunday, August 12

12:04a.m---Suspicious Circumstances---A man unsuccessfully attempted to push his way into an apartment.

1:46a.m---Burglary---Multiple subjects were seen breaking into a vehicle.

2:45p.m---Disturbance---The 911 caller alleges that a man hit him for no reason at a store.

3:14p.m---Annoying/Obscene Phone Calls—A 911 caller was concerned about receiving threatening calls from an unknown person.

9:52p.m---Subject with a Gun---A subject pointed a gun at the 911 caller.

11:32p.m—Disturbance---Kids were spotted knocking on doors then running away.


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