Awoman said she thoughther phone was being tracked and reported it topolice at the station on Old County Roadbefore 11:26 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 6.
Public works call out.
Aperson reported acooler placed on the sidewalk for a long peri-od of time at Lyall Way and Continentals Waybefore 12:32 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 5.
Aman reported that awoman from India was making harassingphone calls to him before 3:10 a.m.Monday, Feb. 3.
Apersonchecked in to the Crowne Plaza hotel with afraudulent credit card before 12:42 a.m.Monday, Feb. 3
Avehicle was reportedstolen at Elm Street and Magnolia Avenuebefore 5:15 p.m. Friday, Feb. 7.
Aman was jumping up and down and yelling at trees atthe 400 block of El Camino Real before 9:34a.m. Saturday, Feb. 1.
Awoman reported herneighbor dug a hole in their front yard to stealher water on the 2100 block of CrestmoorDrive before 3:47 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 1.
Aman called police to reportthat he drank ﬁve beers and could not ﬁnd hiscar on the 200 block of Carlton Avenuebefore 5:26 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 1.
Adriver was cited fordriving with a suspended license on the 100block of San Mateo Road, before 1:41 p.m.Tuesday, Feb. 4.
Aperson reported that anunknown suspect had knocked over a fencecausing approximately $500 in damage on the400 block of Wave before 12:00 p.m. Friday,Jan. 31.
Stolen vehicle and stolen property.
Aman was arrested for stealing a vehicle, withnarcotics and metal rails inside on the 200block of San Mateo Road before 6:30 p.m.Friday, Jan. 31.
The apocalypse is here
Awoman possibly suffering fromdementia said her living room was ﬁlledwith zombies on Lincoln Avenue inBelmont before 3:02 p.m. Thursday,Feb. 6.
By Sara Gaiser
BAY CITY NEWS SERVICE
APescadero-based producer of grass fedbeef has issued a recall of all beef processedin 2013 following a federal investigationand recall of meat processed by a Petalumameat processor and wholesaler. Leftcoast GrassFed has issued a statementsaying that while there have been no report-ed illnesses from their products, they areissuing the recall out of concern for the safe-ty and health of their customers. The company said in its statement thatRancho Feeding Corporation, the Petalumaslaughterhouse currently under scrutiny bythe U.S. Department of Agriculture,processes many of its cattle, which arebilled as sustainably raised, humane andentirely grass fed. Rancho, located at 1522 Petaluma Blvd.N. in Petaluma, has recalled all beef prod-ucts processed between Jan. 1, 2013 andJan. 7, 2014-nearly 9 million pounds of meat-- after the USDAfound that diseasedand unsound animals had been slaughteredwithout a full federal inspection. The recallinitially targeted only products produced onJan. 8, but has since expanded. The Class I Recall indicates a high healthrisk, and the un-inspected meat productsmake them unsafe for human food, theUSDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Servicesaid.Leftcoast said in its statement that it con-tracted with Rancho to process cattle on “ahandful of days in the summer and fall of 2013.”“We are sorry for this inconvenience andsaddened by the waste of millions of poundsof meat, some of which, like ours, wasraised with meticulous care and attention tothe health and well-being of the animalsthat produced it,” the statement said. The USDAhas posted a list of more than50 retail outlets in California and Floridathought to have received shipments of theaffected meat, including dozens in the BayArea. Beef carcasses and boxes bear theestablishment number “EST. 527” inside theUSDAmark of inspection, and each boxbears the case code number ending in “3” or“4.”No reports of illness have been receivedin connection with the recalled products,according to the USDA.
Pescadero company recalls beef
DAILY JOURNAL STAFF REPORT
A28-year-old man who thought he wasarranging a tryst with a 13-year-oldMillbrae girl arrived at the designatedKohl’s store parking lot with alcohol and anexpired bottle of “hot and sexy” lotion,according to prosecutors.Marlon Melad Monton, of San Mateo,ﬁrst met the real-life girl the morning of Dec. 16 when he drove a black SUVup totwo 14-year-old Taylor Middle School stu-dents walking west on Richmond Drive. Thegirls later told school authorities and policethat the driver lookedunder the influence of something and handedthem a prewritten notewith a phone number andthe words “hook up withme” before leaving. Theythrew the note in thebushes but a sheriff’sdetective later retrieved itand began a text message exchange with thenumber. The detective pretended to be a 13-year-old girl who said she wanted alcohol.The responder texted that he could buy FourLocos and marijuana for her and theyarranged to meet at the parking lot afterschool.On Dec. 18, deputies arrested Montonafter he arrived at the lot with alcohol in hiscar along with a bottle of “hot and sexy”lotion that expired in 2007, said DistrictAttorney Steve Wagstaffe. Monton’s phone also reportedly con-tained the text messages.On Friday, Monton pleaded not guilty to acount of attempted child molestation andwas scheduled for jury trial May 27.He remains in custody on $200,000 bail.
DA:Man brought alcohol,‘sexy’lotion to meet girl
Man arrested in closet during home burgarly
ASouth San Francisco man is in jail afterhiding in a closet during a home burglaryThursday night, according to police. At approximately 11:55 p.m., the man,identiﬁed by police as Esvin Zabaleta, 39,was reported to have entered an occupiedhome on the 400 block of Third Lane. Hecontacted the woman inside the home ansshe locked herself in the bedroom and con-tacted police, according to police. Responding ofﬁcers searched the homeand found Zabaleta hiding in a closet. He wasarrested and transported to a hospital fortreatment due to being under the inﬂuence,according to police.