Blotter: Man Grows Tired of Waiting, Takes Drugs From Emergency Room

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

Monday, April 16

4:22am  Police received a report from Fairfax Way that a man was trying to break into a vehicle. The caller saw the man first try the car doors then peer into the windows.

6:05am  A Honda Civic was reportedly broken into while parked on Fairfax Way.

10:21am  Reports came in that a homeless man was standing by the doorway of 7-Eleven on El Camino Real wearing shredded pants and no underwear, so that passersby could “see his privates.”

1:40pm  Officers received a report from Spruce School on Spruce Avenue that a transient female urinated in front of a group of kids and then refused to leave the premises.

2:56pm  A caller reported finding 50 bags of marijuana stems behind the Draeger’s Supermarket headquarters on Utah Avenue.

Tuesday, April 17

5:32am  Police received a report from Kaiser on El Camino Real that a man who came in to get stitches around his eye got tired of waiting and left with a 30ml bottle of Lydocain with epinephrine.

4:10pm  Minor injuries were incurred after a vehicle reportedly struck a five-year-old at Orange Avenue and Baden.

9:54pm  A purse was reportedly stolen out of a blue Volkswagen Beatle parked at Walgreens on El Camino Real. The culprits smashed a window to gain access.

Wednesday, April 18

12:49pm  Reports came in from West Orange Avenue that a male subject with a bat was chasing someone down the street, and that four kids were chasing him.

4:23pm  Police received a report that a man inside a residence on Willow Avenue exposed himself through a window to three girls walking by.

 For questions about this blotter, email drew@patch.com


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