Date/Time: 03/10/2019 0433 hours Suspect: Scott Thompson (In-custody) Location: 2380 El Camino Real On Sunday, March 10th, 2019, Redwood City Police Officers responded to the Capri Motel, room #220, on a report of subject who called “911” to report she was "hurt really bad." Officers responded to the scene, and located the victim, who was bleeding profusely from the head. The victim told officers she had been assaulted by Scott, and he fled the scene. Officers located the suspect walking northbound El Camino Real. The suspect was identified as Scott Thompson, 36 years old. Thompson was subsequently arrested for attempted murder and booked into the San Mateo County Jail. The victim was transported to Stanford Hospital for non-life threatening injuries. Anyone that may have additional information regarding this incident is encouraged to contact the Redwood City Police Department at 650-780-7100 or the Redwood City Police Department’s Tip Line at 650-780-7107. This message approved by A/LT Casey Donovan

Man arrested in San Carlos after passing out in hot car containing toddler

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A 39-year-old man was arrested in San Carlos on Sunday after sheriff’s deputies allegedly found him drunk, stoned and passed out in the front passenger seat of a car while his 18-month-old baby appeared in distress in the back seat.

The incident unfolded at about 4:30 p.m., when deputies patrolling on foot in the 600 block of Laurel Street were flagged down by a concerned citizen who reported that a baby was crying in a vehicle, according to San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office.

Deputies went to investigate and found Jeremy Davis of Patterson asleep in the passenger seat of the car, which was parked and not running in a parking lot, the sheriff’s office said.

All four car windows were opened only slightly on the car day, and the child “was screaming and appeared to be in obvious distress,” the deputies said.

It took deputies several attempts to awaken Davis, who was found to be under the influence of alcohol and cannabis, the sheriff’s office said.

3 Comments

  1. horrible thanks to the person who flag them down. Also offices who helped. This person does not deserve to care for this child.

  2. What is it going to take for children to be the priority in parents or caretakers lives? How many of these stories do we have to read about before we see change? Thank God for the concerned citizen!

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