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Police Blotter: Tires Slashed, Pot, Bullet Holes

A roundup of recent crime in South San Francisco. The following information was supplied by the SSF Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

Wednesday, Oct. 10

8:03am, El Camino High School on Mission Rd., a juvenile called her mom to advise that the same male who was following her last week followed her again. She was close enough to see inside the vehicle and his pants were down. The male was last seen on Miller Ave. in front of Mater Dolorosa.

9:22am, El Camino High School on Mission Rd., 3 students involved in physical fight that was gang-related.

12:39pm, Safeway on El Camino Real Hy., someone reported that a man was stealing deodorant.

2:06pm, First National Bank on Airport Bl., someone reported finding a broken window that faced the 76 station, and also a bullet.

2:06pm, South City Grocery Outlet on Hickey Bl., someone reported that a woman stole items from the store and that she also hurt and employee. Employees were keeping her inside the store.

Tuesday, Oct. 9

7:44am, Grand Av., a 3-vehicle accident and a DUI were reported. One victim complained of head pain. A Hyundai, truck and Mustang were in the accident.

2:00pm, Kenry Wy, someone reported bullet holes in the Porta-Potty that happened sometime in the last week.

2:43pm, Costco on S Airport Bl., a Costco employee reported receiving a package of marijuana in the mail.

6:20pm, Baden High on Southwood Dr., someone reported that a student had all 4 of their tires slashed. The vehicle was a silver Toyota Camry.

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