From the Orinda police log:
VANDALISM AND MISCHIEF — Two 16-year-old boys and a 58-year-old woman were pulled over in a BMW for a traffic stop at 1:20 p.m. after police received reports of mailboxes being vandalized in the area of Charles Hill. The car occupants admitted hiitting the mailboxes with a baseball bat. They were taken to the police station and the boys were released to their parents. The woman was not identified.
DOMESTIC ABUSE — A 20-year-old woman reported to police on Sept. 6 abuse by her boyfriend from Sept. 3. She told police her 27-year-old boyfriend had falsely imprisoned and abused her causing bruising and a broken tail bone. Police photographed her injuries which were consistent with her story. When Orinda police tried to contact the boyfriend they could not get his statement because he was in jail already for a similar incident.
BURGLARY — At 5:13 p.m. on Las Vegas Road police were called to the home of a woman who said large amounts of jewelry had been stolen. No other items were taken. She was unsure when the theft had occurred but she told police she suspected her house cleaners, who have a key to her house. Police attempted to get fingerprints but results were negative.
FRAUD — A man reported he received an invoice for four Dell flat panel monitors he had not ordered. There was a charge on his Mastercard for $917.49 that he did not approve, and the shipping address for the monitor was New York. The man also received a call from a representative of QVC, a home shopping network, asking him to confirm his charge for a computer. The charge was canceled because the man said he never placed the order.
of a previous DUI.
From the Moraga police log:
VANDALISM — Officers responded to Miramonte High School on a report of vandalism that was occurring. Upon arrival the officer heard the sound of breaking glass at the rear of the school. Upon hearing the police radio, the individuals began fleeing westbound through the football field toward Lavenida Drive. The officer gave chase. A canine unit was dispatched to help with the search. The subjects were taken into custody the next day after detectives were able to obtain surveillance photos from the high school.