From the Lafayette police log
Monday, Dec. 24
VANDALISM — All four tires were slashed on a car on the 1800 block of Del Rey Street.
from the Orinda police log Wednesday, Dec. 26
DIRT DISPUTE — The driver of a Waste Management truck notified police at 8:22 a.m. that a customer in the first block of Rita Way became verbally abusive and threw an unknown substance at his truck after his waste container was refused. The driver said the bin was overweight and contained dirt. The resident said he has been passed by several times and the dirt was attached to the roots of plants he was discarding.
Thursday, Dec. 27
BURGLARY — At 1:30 p.m., a resident in the first block of Bates Boulevard reported $5,000 worth of gold necklaces, bracelets and watches missing from the home.
From the Moraga police log
Tuesday, Dec. 25
n STOLEN VEHICLE — Officers responded to a Miramonte Drive resident on a stolen vehicle report. She reported that she had parked her vehicle at 5:50 p.m. Dec. 24. When she came out at 7 a.m. Dec. 25 her vehicle was gone. All keys were accounted for.
Friday, Dec. 28
PETTY THEFT — Officers responded to Lynwood Place on a report of a theft. The reporting party said that one of his pre-lighted reindeer was missing from his front yard. The estimated loss is $250.
Tuesday, Jan. 1
VANDALISM — Officers were dispatched to Donald L. Rheem School on a report of vandalism. The reporting party said that about 1 p.m. someone broke a roof skylight. About the same time and date he spotted three kids skateboarding on the roof of an adjoining building. The school security camera was able to capture a photograph of one suspect. At this time, officers are unable to determine if the subject was responsible for the damage. Damage was about $150.
Tuesday, Jan. 15
FRAUD — A resident of the first block of Via Floreando notified police at 5:08 p.m. that he noticed $7,200 was missing from his bank account during the last few months. Most of the funds were used to purchase music online. There were also two unauthorized ATM withdrawals made in Lake Port.
Friday, Jan. 18
VANDALISM/GRAFFITI —Officers responded to the Moraga Commons Skate Park on a vandalism report. Upon arrival, officers noticed black graffiti spray painted in the park “bowl.” The vandalism was photographed and the clean up costs estimated to be $1,100.
Sunday, Jan. 20
GRAND THEFT — An Ascot Drive resident reported that someone stole her son’s backpack while it was left unattended at a friend’s house. The backpack contained some $1,500 in X-Box games.