General Crime

* Jose Antonio Villalobos arrested after driving at a San Mateo parking enforcement officer after becoming upset about receiving a parking ticket

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A 43-year-old man drove at a San Mateo parking enforcement officer after becoming upset about receiving a parking ticket Tuesday afternoon, police said today. The San Mateo Police Department parking enforcement representative issued the citation to a blue Cadillac parked in the 100 block of South B Street at about 4:55 p.m. Police said the car’s owner then showed up, confronted the officer and became enraged. The suspect got into the Cadillac and drove off on B Street, but made a U-turn.He allegedly then drove directly at the parking officer’s vehicle. The officer, who managed to narrowly avoid a collision by moving the car, was uninjured and his vehicle was not damaged, police said. San Mateo police officers responded and arrested the suspect in the 200 block of North Idaho Street on suspicion of assaulting a Police Department employee with a deadly weapon, police said.The suspect, identified by police as San Mateo resident Jose Antonio Villalobos, was booked into the San Mateo County jail.

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