Fatal Collision Closes Highway 1
Pacifica, CA- On Saturday, July 25, 2015 at approximately 6:45 pm, the Pacifica Police Department received a report of a traffic collision on Highway 1, north of the Crespi Drive intersection. Upon arrival officers located the two involved vehicles in the northbound lanes of Highway 1. The vehicles had apparently been involved in a head-on collision. The drivers of these two vehicles were taken to an area hospital for treatment of injuries sustained in this collision.
One of these drivers later died as a result of those injuries.
Preliminary investigation has indicated that the suspect in this case, Ana Reepen, a 41 year old Daly City resident, was driving southbound in the northbound lanes of Highway 1 when the collision occurred. Reepen was arrested on suspicion of felony driving under the influence causing death, and vehicular manslaughter. The name of the deceased victim in this case, a 54 year old Pacifica resident, is being withheld pending notification of family members. Investigation into this crime is continuing by Pacifica Police Department detectives as well as the Pacifica Police Department CRASH team, a team of specially trained major collision investigators.
Drunk Driver Arrested After Fleeing from a Collision
Pacifica, CA- On July 11, 2015 at approximately 11:25 PM, the Pacifica Police Department was dispatched to the area of south bound State Route 1 near the Moose Lodge on a report of a Hit and Run vehicle accident.
Pacifica Police units arrived on scene and determined a taxi cab driver was out of his vehicle pushing it off the roadway and while doing so, was struck by a passing motorist. During the course of the investigation, it was discovered that an independent witness observed the collision and followed the suspect to her residence in Pacifica. The witness then called the Pacifica Police.
The suspect was determined to be Denise Dolan, a 58 year old Pacifica resident. Dolan was subsequently arrested and booked into the San Mateo County Jail for 23153 CVC- DUI with Injuries, 23154 CVC-DUI while on probation, and 20001(A) CVC-Felony Hit and Run Causing Injury. The taxi cab driver was not transported to the hospital; however, preliminary information reveals he may have sustained a fractured left leg as a result of the accident. This investigation is ongoing, see Pacifica Police case number 15-2416 for further information.
DUI driver David Wolcott Greenman III charged with slew of high value gift cards, funny money and pills
San Carlos, CA: San Mateo County Sheriff reports that on Thursday, July 16, 2015, at approximately 11:06 pm., San Mateo County Sheriff’s Deputies conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle that made an illegal lane change in the 1100 block of Industrial Road, in San Carlos, and also had expired registration. The vehicle’s driver, 28 year old San Francisco resident; David Wolcott Greenman III, was determined to be driving while under the influence of a narcotic and in possession of a concealed switchblade knife.
The vehicle’s passenger, 28 year old San Francisco resident; Rhiannon Dejong Cherf, initially provided Deputies with a false identity, however her real identity was located inside her purse along with numerous fictitious credit cards. Cherf was also found to have an outstanding misdemeanor warrant out of San Francisco for trespassing and a felony warrant out of San Francisco for grand theft. Greenman was arrested and found to be in possession of a variety of types of prescription pills, for which he did not have any prescriptions.
Greenman also had several thousand dollars (of various denominations) stuffed in his pockets, as well as dozens of high value gift cards. Among the bills he had in his possession, several were determined to be counterfeit. Greenman was arrested and booked into San Mateo County Maguire Correctional Facility for numerous felony charges including identity theft, felony theft by access cards, possession of a credit card reader to defraud, possession of pills without a prescription, as well as possession of counterfeit currency, driving under the influence of illegal narcotics, driving on a suspended license, possession of a controlled substance and possession of a switchblade knife. Cherf was arrested and booked into San Mateo County Maguire Correctional Facility for numerous charges including providing false information to a peace officer, identity theft, being under the influence of a narcotic, as well as two San Francisco warrants. As of this time, both suspects remain in custody, each with a bail amount of $100,000 respectively
DUI crash into fence
Saturday, June 20, 2015, at approximately 1:00 am
Location: El Camino Real at Morse Blvd, San Carlos, CA
Type of Crimes/Incident: VC 2800.2 Evading police (felony) PC 148 (a) (1) Resisting arrest (misd) PC 594(b) (1) vandalism over $950 (felony) VC 23152 (a) driving while under the influence (misd) VC 14601 driving w/ suspended license (misd) VC 20002 hit and run (misd) Suspect Arrested: Janesses Moreno 24 years old Novato, California Summary: s While traveling northbound on El Camino Real, a Deputy Sheriff observed Moreno driving a vehicle with three other occupants and believed her to be driving under the influence. When the deputy activated his emergency lights and siren to conduct a traffic stop, Moreno quickly accelerated and evaded the deputy. A brief vehicle pursuit ensued during which Moreno collided into fence causing extensive damage. The vehicle pursuit ended when Moreno mistakenly turned onto a dead end street. The vehicle was quickly boxed in by other Sheriff’s Office patrol cars to avoid further evasion. Moreno refused to comply with the deputies orders and instead began to aggressively rev the vehicle’s engine.
Fearing Moreno might use her vehicle as a ramming weapon and due to her unsafe behavior deputies forced entry into Moreno’s vehicle and used a K-9 to help detain her and secure the vehicle.
Moreno was treated for minor dog bite injuries to her arm and was booked into the San Mateo County Jail on the above listed charges. The three other occupants were not injured or arrested.