The Moraga police log reports:
Tuesday, Nov. 6
VANDALISM — A Town of Moraga public works employee wanted to file a vandalism report. He said at 9 a.m. while walking through Moraga Commons park, he saw that someone had spray painted the skateboard park. The damage estimate is around $250.
TRAFFIC INCIDENT— Officers responded to a traffic collision on St. Mary’s Road north of Bollinger Canyon Road. Officers arrived and contacted the driver of a silver 2006 Toyota Camry. The driver said she started to drive onto the soft shoulder of the roadway and in her attempt to stop, accidentally pushed on the gas pedal. She lost control of her vehicle and struck the Town of Moraga wood sign and metal fence, destroying both and damaging her vehicle.
From the Orinda police blotter:
Friday, Nov. 9
RECEIVED STOLEN PROPERTY — A 25-year-old Oakland man was arrested after police found stolen items in his car. The man was arrested at 1:55 p.m. after police received a message about occupants of a vehicle caught looking through mail boxes. When police confronted the occupants at the intersection of El Toyonal and Alta Vista, several items were noticed that couldn’t be accounted for. Further investigation revealed the items were reported stolen and the Oakland man was on probation.
Saturday, Nov. 10
DISTURBING THE PEACE — A resident of the first block of Oak Road called police for back up after failing to disband a juvenile fund-raiser that got out of hand. Police arrived at 8:54 p.m. to find more than 300 teenagers at the house drinking alcohol. Moraga police were called for backup. The caller said the gathering was a fund-raiser for a local high school water polo team that got out of control when alcohol was snuck in.