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Everyone’s a victim, even PG&E

By lmclaughlin
Thursday, July 19th, 2007 at 4:47 pm in Uncategorized.

From the Orinda police log:

Tuesday, June 26
ID THEFT — A Knickerbocker Lane resident received a notice from WalMart that her application for a credit account had been denied — but she had never applied. She checked her credit, and found she had an outstanding balance of $1,000 on a Banana Republic account she had never opened. She put a fraud alert on her credit card.

Monday, July 2
THEFT — Police investigated a report that a man entered the Linda Vista home of his ex-wife, and stole $6,000 worth of jewelry.

Tuesday, July 3
THEFT — Someone stole tools and a Porsche 911 from a detached garage on Tahos Road.

Friday JUNE 13
THEFT — Someone stole $3,900 worth of equipment and tools from vehicles parked at a PG&E substation on Bear Creek Road.

Saturday, July 14
VANDALISM — Someone drew on a rental truck parked on Irving Lane. A peace symbol, a heart, the words “rock and roll” and an expletive were written in pink paint.

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