Creek Diva: Bottle Battery on Locust St., Car Thievery, iPhone Swipe

The latest highlights from the Walnut Creek Police Log, as seen through the eyes of the Creek Diva.

Saturday, November 17

‘Tis the season to be naughty.  On the 1300 block of Locust St., at 1:03 a.m., a woman who rudely introduced a bottle to another person’s head was arrested on felony battery charges.

A “suspicious man” was reported looking into cars on Near Court at 2:42 p.m. by an alert resident. Police responded and upon discovering stolen property and burglary tools in the man’s possession, changed his status from “suspicious” to “arrested.”

The owner of Vice Ultra Lounge on Arroyo Way was arrested for violating a revoked dance permit at 11:07p.m.

Sunday, November 18

A Samsung Galaxy 3 cell phone was found downtown. If you think it might be yours, you can claim it at the police station.

Car theft. Someone apparently got a hankering for a gold Infinity, license plate 4WMN755, and criminally overlooking the fact that the car belongs to someone else, drove off from the parking garage at Broadway Plaza between 3:30p.m and 5:00p.m.

Monday, November 19

More absconding of autos: This time a Honda Accord LX, license plate 2VDT592, caught the eye of a car thief. It was stolen from the 1700 block of Botelho Drive overnight, with $23,000 worth of dental surgery equipment in the car.

Unintended phone mobility: Two men were seen grabbing three iPhones from a business on the 1500 block of Olympic Blvd at 5:34p.m. They were not captured.

Tuesday, November 20

No paper or plastic, thanks: A Whole Foods shoplifter was arrested after he allegedly stole $300 worth of items from the store on Newell Avenue 3:21p.m.

Jewelry and a quilt were reported stolen from a home on the 2100 block of Tice Valley Blvd sometime between 7a.m and 9:30p.m.

Wednesday, November 21

Vehicle break-in: A vehicle was broken into on Meander Drive overnight. A pink Juicy wallet and a US passport were reported stolen. 


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