Creek Diva: Floods, Fights and Solar Sales

The Diva has her eye on the Creek, so behave yourself.

Saturday, December 1

Signed, sealed, delivered. Three anti-Obama people were ticking off a few postal customers on N. Broadway at noon. Although they were not breaking any laws they were given some advice about their aggressive behavior.

Naughty sign language! Two men were told to simmer down after their “exchange of middle fingers” on 700 block of Bancroft Road this afternoon.

A vehicle hit a fire hydrant on Tice Valley Road and Rossmoor Park at 5:27p.m. A short time later there was another accident on Golden Rain Road involving a vehicle and pedestrian, who was taken to the hospital with injuries. Thank you to Walnut Creek Patch reader William for the tips.

Sunday, December 2

Two fights broke out at Redux on Locust Street. Two men and one juvenile were arrested on assault charges at 1:34a.m. Isn’t Redux was 21 and up?

Too much Egg Nog! To the party apartment dwellers on the 1100 block of Lincoln Avenue, several neighbors called the police about your rowdy party that went past 4 a.m. Not nice!

That was some rainstorm! Numerous calls reporting flooding in neighborhoods all over Walnut Creek from Oakland Blvd, Sunnyvale Avenue, and Eccleston Avenue. Readers did you have any flooding?

Monday, December 3

A suspect bailed out of a stolen vehicle on the 1400 block of Creekside Drive a little after midnight. He was not located, but all the police action woke up Creek Diva’s neighbors. The suspect is also linked to three other auto burglaries in the area.

A Bronco no-no. A Northgate High School student was cited on battery and theft charges after another student was put into a headlock and his jacket was stolen. Perhaps Creek Diva should return to her former High School to have a discussion about staying out of trouble with these kids.

Tuesday, December 4

A 32” Samsung flat screen television valued at $1,000 was reported stolen from an unlocked fitness center on the 1000 block of Ygnacio Valley Road.

Our esteemed editor here at Walnut Creek Patch wrote up a great article about online shopping safety Pass it around and thanks Jim! http://walnutcreek.patch.com/articles/dont-get-ripped-off-online

Pushy solicitors. A handful of callers reported pushy solar sales solicitors all over town. Readers did you deal with any first hand?

srl99 December 09, 2012 at 09:55 PM
Safe and Sound "Security" has been sending armies of canvassers to people's houses around dusk. Suggest - don't open the door, tell them to leave their brochure (through a locked door), and file a complain w WCPD or CA Contractor's Board if you feel inclined. Also, a neighbor's car was broken into on Sunday AM, just two days after the "salespeople" were quite rude. An Epson Computer projector was stolen, WCPD has the serial number.
Ralph Hoffmann December 10, 2012 at 11:38 AM
Boys of any age, don't be naughty. Girls under 21, don't be naughty either. Remember who's coming to Walnut Creek on December 25. He knows, so be good, for goodness sakes. Girls 21 are exempt from this rule because as Cindy (Not the Cindy that's our new Mayor) sang, big girls just wanna have fun!


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