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Campo vandalism

By lmclaughlin
Friday, August 3rd, 2007 at 3:06 pm in Crime, Lamorinda, Moraga.

From the Moraga police log:

Friday, July 20
Vandalism was reported at the Campolindo High School track and field stadium at 9 p.m., including two large graffiti murals, block letters and obscene figures on the storage building, scoring booth, running track and football field.

Saturday, July 21
SKATEBOARDING — Police received a report at 4:40 p.m. of a skateboarder riding on his back down the middle of Rheem Boulevard, being followed by a green SUV. Officers saw the skateboarder and SUV pass the police department on Rheem Boulevard, stopped the subjects, cited the SUV driver and arranged for the skateboarder to participate in the Juvenile Diversion Program.

BIKING UNDER INFLUENCE — Two juveniles riding one bicycle were stopped at Moraga Road at the entrance to the Rheem Shopping Center. Neither was wearing a helmet, and one was riding on the rear pegs of the bike in violation of the vehicle code. The juvenile driving the bike as found to be intoxicated, and arrested for biking under the influence. The passenger was cited for a vehicle code violation.

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One Response to “Campo vandalism”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    If the Campo taggers are found to be the same ones responsible for trashing the skate park and Moraga Center they – or their parents – should be assessed the cost of cleanup of those venues.

    We had heard the miscreants responsible for those attacks were from Campo… we just didn’t believe it.

    If you’re so into the “gangsta” scene let me know and I’ll drive you to a couple of neighborhoods I know in Oakland and The City and you can pose all you want. Of course, you may not last more than an hour or two, but at least you can see the lifestyle you emulate at its finest.

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