Saturday, March 3
DRUGS â€” Police cited and released a 24-year-old San Pablo man at 10:32 p.m. for having marijuana.
Sunday, March 4
REPORTED THEFT â€” A former Miner Road resident reported that someone stole a rear end differential from the garage of his former residence. Due to â€ślegal intricacies,â€ť the home is now under the care of a court appointed referee.
BURGLARY â€” An Ardor Drive resident reported at 11:47 a.m. that someone had entered his house through an unlocked window while he and his wife were gone for several months. The home was â€śneatly ransacked,â€ť and jewelry and electronics were missing.
CAR THEFT â€” A Tara Road resident reported at 11:47 a.m. that someone entered an unlocked car and stole loose change and vehicle registration.
Monday, March 5
SUSPICIOUS BAG â€” A citizen reported at 8:45 a.m. that there was a suitcase beside East Altarinda Road. Officers
BURGLARY â€” A Meadow View Road resident reported at 8:55 p.m. that someone broke into her home and ransacked it while she was at work. The loss was about $5,000.
Tuesday, March 6
STOLEN MAIL â€” Several La Fonda Lane residents reported their mail stolen. They received their mail in a plastic bag with a note from the post office that said the mail had been stolen and recovered.
Wednesday, March 7
STOLEN MAIL â€” A La Fonda Lane resident reported that her mail was stolen from her box on March 1, and she received a batch of already open mail on March 3. The post office said it had been recovered on Crestview Drive. The only thing missing was a Netflix movie â€śThe Departed.â€ť
VANDALISM â€” A Hidden Valley Road resident reported at 9:24 a.m. that someone vandalized his vehicle in the night, painting an obscenity in silver on the driverâ€™s side.
Monday, March 12
BURGLARY â€” Police received a report that someone had entered a property under construction on La Chesnaye during the last few months, removed property and incurred cable charges totaling about $2,300.