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Orinda mail stolen

By lmclaughlin
Thursday, March 15th, 2007 at 3:44 pm in Crime, Lamorinda, Orinda.

Orinda Police

Saturday, March 3
DRUGS — Police cited and released a 24-year-old San Pablo man at 10:32 p.m. for having marijuana.

Sunday, March 4
REPORTED THEFT — A former Miner Road resident reported that someone stole a rear end differential from the garage of his former residence. Due to “legal intricacies,” the home is now under the care of a court appointed referee.
BURGLARY — 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 “neatly ransacked,” and jewelry and electronics were missing.
CAR THEFT — 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 — A citizen reported at 8:45 a.m. that there was a suitcase beside East Altarinda Road. Officers
BURGLARY — 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 — 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 — 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 “The Departed.”
VANDALISM — 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 driver’s side.

Monday, March 12
BURGLARY — 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.

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