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Friday, May 26 2017

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Local News

Police: San Mateo woman stole alcohol, dragged cop with her car

SFGATE.COM
The officer initially approached the woman as she was loading stolen alcohol into her car outside a shopping center, according to the San Mateo Police Department. The officer was passing by the Woodlake Shopping Center on North Delaware Street and Peninsula Avenue when he noticed a Safeway employee running from the store and gesticulating at the woman, who was transferring the pilfered alcohol from a shopping cart into her car, police said. The officer spoke with the woman once she was in the driver’s seat of the maroon four-door Honda Accord, and she told him the receipt for the alcohol was in her trunk, according to police. [...] rather than turn off the car, the woman reversed “at full acceleration,” dragging the officer about 35 feet before he let go and fell to the ground, sustaining minor injuries, police said in a statement.

Joyce Hayes, Glide fixture and foster mom to 87, dies

SFGATE.COM
Joyce Hayes, a longtime member of the Glide Memorial United Methodist Church family who proved her faith by being a foster mother to 87 children over a span of 40 years, has died at 73. A large personality, even by the exuberant standards of Glide, Ms. Hayes was known for her flowing African robes in shades of red, and for taking in people who had no other place to go. “Joyce was the heartbeat of the children’s program,” said Janice Mirikitani, co-leader of Glide with her husband, the Rev. Cecil Williams. Some of Rovianek’s earliest memories are of her mother bringing in wayward kids from the building. When she started in 1971, Glide’s Free Meals program was just being launched. Ms. Hayes offered to lead a second program that would not only feed children but give them a safe place to play in the Tenderloin church. Eventually the program hosted 100 kids and took up the entire second floor of Glide. Thirty years after she started at Glide, Ms. Hayes was given the Congressional Angels in Adoption award in Washington, D.C., after being nominated by Rep. Nancy Pelosi. In addition to Rovianek, Ms. Hayes is survived by her daughter Kellye Guidry of Somerset, N.J.; son, Robert Morrow of Los Angeles; sister, Carole Salter of Los Angeles; and brother, Gary White of Carteret, N.J. “I will always remember her laughter, acceptance and love echoing off the walls at Glide,” Mirikitani said.




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