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Booking photo of Martin Abinader released April 9, 2014 by the Belmont Police Department.
tvj April 10, 2014 at 09:33 am
Not a surprise. Always knew something was up in there. This kid was there forever, always kindaRead More rude, even to kids. No way the other "workers" didn't know.
Marlys Balsamo April 10, 2014 at 09:54 am
That place is bad news. 30 years ago the guy who owned that one and the one in sc was stalking me.Read More He had a camera in the women's bathroom. I had to identify him thru some photos - apparently scpd already had him on their radar. Haven't set foot in a BR ever since.
Doobie Brothers April 12, 2014 at 07:50 am
Marlys Balsamo : I know exactly who you're talking about. I worked for the same guy at his FosterRead More City franchise.
Police believe that the man seen in this ATM photo is Hugo Heduardo Munguia-Hernandez.
RM April 9, 2014 at 07:26 pm
Adios, loser. They'll like you in Quentin. See you in 25 years, IF you survive prison.
Angela April 11, 2014 at 08:18 am
Shocking the level this person went to I hope he gets the full sentence
Marty Medina April 14, 2014 at 09:43 pm
Captured! Great work SBPD!!Read More http://www.mercurynews.com/san-mateo-county-times/ci_25565795/san-bruno-teenagers-arrested-string-armed-robberies
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Patricia Roberts Jenkins April 9, 2014 at 09:00 am
This is very sad news for the family. Everyone who knows them is supportive of X and his wife andRead More kids. This is an example of the courts getting it wrong and then destroying all lives in the process.
Sam Chetcuti April 13, 2014 at 07:38 pm
It looks like X is a head case. Is it only seven years that he will be locked up? What will agitateRead More him the next time? Everyone loses their temper now and then, however attempting to throw your wife off a bridge is a little extreme. Good riddance X.
Daiki Glenn Minaki. Credit: Palo Alto PD.
Cyn Stern April 7, 2014 at 08:49 am
I used to live on the East Side of San Jose. That sort of thing was commonplace among PCP abusersRead More in the South Bay back in the 1980s.
Francie April 7, 2014 at 11:52 am
Gee, that's funny, I lived in the East side of San Jose (Evergreen) never saw any of that type ofRead More behavior happen in my neighborhood.
vahall April 6, 2014 at 11:49 pm
Michele, you assume the registry protects at least one child. How can you say that? Do you knowRead More any children "protected" by the registry? On the contrary, I have two things to say; first, the VAST majority of child sexual abuse is perpetrated within the child's own home or close social circle, NOT by persons on any registry. Second, by "protecting one child" (or pretending to), how many children are you causing harm to? By these children, I mean those whose parents/family members/loved ones are on the registry, and who suffer collateral consequences. Children who are ridiculed or bullied at school because of a family member's status, innocent children who are victimized when vigilante violence follows public registry, children who committed no crime but whose parent/family member/loved one can not secure a home, can not obtain a job, and is precluded from reuniting with the family or reintegrating into society. In addition to harming plenty of children, this behavior by persons pretending to protect children makes NO ONE safer.
vahall April 6, 2014 at 11:52 pm
The purpose of Offender Watch is to lessen the anxiety of those living and working in San MateoRead More County. I guess you have no former sex offenders living or working in San Mateo County, who might not appreciate their and their family's information gratuitously emailed to anyone who signs up for it. The registry damages families, inhibits rehabilitation and provides A FALSE SENSE OF SAFETY to parents.
Shaira Leah Gomez April 7, 2014 at 11:24 pm
It has been a great help for everyone, for any individual that this site has been established. WeRead More can certainly track sex offenders in our community. Which we can easily avoid them or we can take action on how to deal with them. We can't predict where a sex offender could harm us, so it's a better way to fight against them. There is nothing more important than being safe. We should always take certain actions against it; as for me, I found a certain safety application on android phone that helps me track sex offenders on my phone, and just a click on a panic button it could create a conference call to a 24/7 call center, a safety network and could escalate a call to a nearest 911 if it's a real emergency, check this site out for more http://safekidzone.com/?a_aid=52f12f7275422
A Delargo April 4, 2014 at 03:43 pm
Certainly a tragic event, a pipeline failure that was built in the 1940's. The San Bruno Mayor andRead More associated politico's view this as a retirement event - the spin machines are grinding already. By next week they will be squealing that it was premeditated! This will become a feeding frenzy in an attempt to fill the government coffers. They will then loot those coffers and quietly retire.
dragon April 4, 2014 at 04:37 pm
This was a tragic event. However, can the city of San Bruno afford the cost behind this and alsoRead More have some transparency. We do have many homes broken into through out the city, invasions, car jacks, stealing tires and rims off residents vehicles in front of there homes, graffiti, and backward thinking. Don't forget there is new committee formed that is in control of $70,000,000 dollars. To much power playing and business as usual.
OSM April 3, 2014 at 06:55 am
PG&E Thought it could beat Karma with 'Spin' and Millions in advertising and influence peddling.Read More Thanks to the free thinking people of the Bay Area... They are now going to have to spend their Big bucks on Maintenance and Safety... Concept eh!
Photo courtesy:  San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office
Donna Coutchavlis-Wong April 3, 2014 at 04:00 pm
Phillip, You speak from experience knowing where the Anger management places are obviously. It alsoRead More appears you are the Head commentator and Cheer leader for this post and other posts. You lighten up with the key board yourself. There are places to entertain boredom such as your City Park with a good book, not hiding behind a keyboard sticking your nose where it doesn't belong. You can lighten up, don't make a suggestion to me if you can't handle a strong woman with her own opinions. Last I checked freedom of speech still exists here in the good old USA.
Phillip Bailey April 3, 2014 at 04:08 pm
If you're keeping score, we'll see. I have nothing against the strong female. My wife and twinRead More daughters are such. Your all cap rant said a lot about you - unless you forgot to look up to see you were typing with all upper case? http://www.ask.com/question/why-should-you-avoid-using-all-caps-in-your-email
Donna Coutchavlis-Wong April 3, 2014 at 04:22 pm
FYI...I sell on the internet and I use the Caps On button, obviously I didn't bother to switch overRead More to be etiquettely correct.
Screenshot of KPIX CBS 5 news website shows the senator swarmed by reporters as he leaves a federal courthouse on Monday, March 31, 2014.
Cynthia Marcopulos April 1, 2014 at 08:31 am
"Disgraced Senator Yee" -- if that's the case, then every person in Congress should beRead More "disgraced" for taking lobbyists' and corporation money to do their bidding, which they do without restraint, to the detriment of We, the People. There are 30 - 40 lobbyists per member of congress, and no one says "peep" about how rigged our system of government is...
Patch file photo by Renee Schiavone.
Chris Corbett March 31, 2014 at 04:42 pm
As long as the officers don't lie about the alleged texting and their supervisors don't blindly backRead More them, I am okay with the crack down and law. Safety first! It's when dirty cops make the good cops look bad, it's when I have an objection. It only takes one dirty cop to take down a department!
Alyssa Negrette April 1, 2014 at 07:06 am
It should really be against the law to be doing anything other than driving when operating aRead More vehicle. No mobile devices, no eating, no radio scanning, no smoking, etc. I agree with the above comment. Keep the crack down honest.
Chris Corbett April 1, 2014 at 07:49 am
That is the hard part for the Sheriffs and Chiefs in our community. There is always one or two copsRead More who are on the dirty side. And, the sad part is, their supervisors and department must blindly "back" them, as they'd be held accountable themselves for faulty supervision. Plus, bad cops have the support of their union, so they have their own cushion, so to speak. I was once pulled over and ticketed for alleged texting while driving, when it was still legal to hold a cell in your hand using a speaker (even looking up numbers), and I was prepared to fight it to the Supreme Court, and not a soul locally cared that their was a cop issuing false tickets back in 2009 or 2010. I am not sure, but he still might be on the force...I hope he is a clean cop now! Video cameras are needed to protect people, that's for sure--both the police from false accusations and the citizens from the police lying and using excessive force...
Police were able to get a photo from one of the ATM machines that the man accessed with the woman's card, in the hopes that someone might recognize him.
Mike GH T. March 31, 2014 at 02:19 pm
LOL, if you all feel so strongly about vilifying this person and have zero tolerance, then youRead More should all support the efforts of former CA state governors to expedite the death penalty process instead of letting it extend so long. Cull the prison population. The only thing I ask is give zero tolerance to white collar criminals, ie the likes of Kenneth Lay that robbed thousands of their livelyhood and savings, or Bernie Madoff with his Ponzi scheme.
crumpley March 31, 2014 at 05:29 pm
Notice the word "allegedly" or "suspicion of" in the article. They've justRead More charged someone in the case, and now everyone's ready to see em bring out the chair. Lovely culture we've got.
Angela March 31, 2014 at 10:58 pm
VJ I apologize I must of been so shocked I got the names switched, Thank you for pointing out to me.Read More Mike- Both Wall Street scum, and dirtbags who rob and tie up people are bad. I dont think any times make it okay for either to be okay. Tonight there was a story about a similar robbery in Pleasant Hill with 85 year women and another woman. The robber got the older woman a glass of water, kleenex and kept saying he was sorry. He put them in a bedroom with a TV and did not harm them. Again not ok and I would still give him jail time.
Mike GH T. March 30, 2014 at 02:34 pm
I pity the man. I hope the system is intervening and providing this child some seriousRead More intervention. What about the girlfriend for remaining with this guy. She's probably a victim of DV as well. It's a sad sad state of affairs for all parties involved. The grandmother did a bang up job raising her daughter who ended up with such a loser. I hope the police made a cross report to CPS.
Laura R March 30, 2014 at 04:36 pm
Mike GH T. made a very good recommendation: what can we do to make sure that the police make aRead More cross report to Child Protective Services?
Anabel Haggarty April 7, 2014 at 01:56 pm
What a sorry piece of shit!! I hope he gets life and then hes raped repeatedly in the ass!!