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Week in Review: Cops Bust Good Samaritan Stabbing Suspect, San Matean Wins Pro-Am

A round-up of major news stories from the past week.

Monday, April 16

A former San Mateo resident ended a 40-match winless streak.

Michael Allen, who went to Serra and San Mateo High Schools, won the Encompass Insurance Pro-Am on April 15 for his first tour victory since winning the 2009 Senior PGA Championship.

 

Tuesday, April 17

A man accused of who stopped an armed robbery earlier this month pleaded not guilty to multiple felony charges on Monday, the San Jose Mercury News reports.

Authorities say Hector Mora, 29, was allegedly holding up a 55-year-old man on a walkway over Highway 101 at Monte Diablo Avenue in an April 12 incident when a 17-year-old boy and his 20-year-old brother who were on their way home from church stepped in, the Mercury reports.

The boy suffered stab wounds on his arm and hand.

 

Wednesday, April 18

Boston Red Sox fans can soon on their way to the Green Monster thanks to the work of a Foster City tech firm.

Foster City-based Streetline Inc. announced on Wednesday that it's partnering with Dinosaur Capital Partners, a Boston real estate development firm, to deploy its smart parking technology at a fully dedicated parking and charging facility ("Green Park & Charge") .

Streetline is an award-winning innovator in the development and implementation of sensor-enabled mobile and web applications that last year grabbed a coveted .

 

Thursday, April 19

A 25-year-old Daly City man was in connection with a shooting incident in San Mateo on Wednesday evening, police said.

Christopher Damico, was arrested on suspicion of firing the handgun at a 31-year-old transient victim who  police said was not injured in the attack.

 

Friday, April 20

Foster City Elementary School students and their families set a for giving with donations totaling over $7,000 to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society through its Pennies for Patients (P4P) campaign.

The donations  surpassed last year’s donation total by almost $2,000 and bring the school's contributions to the fund over 12 years to almost $50,000.

 

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