Creek Diva: Skinny Dipper Gets Away Clean

Walnut Creek police reports from May 22 to May 24.

Tuesday, May 22

Fire starter? A Walnut Creek Intermediate staff member contacted police after hearing possibly a student was involved with a fire that was started near St. John Vianney Catholic Church on Ygnacio Valley Road that occurred on May 18.

Auto thefts. Several auto thefts were reported around the Rancho San Miguel neighborhood overnight — including one also on Desert Circle, which was recovered a few hours later.

What’s your bedtime, kid? A kid was screaming for help after he was locked out of his apartment complex on Creekside Drive at nearly midnight.

Wednesday, May 23

Going postal. A USPS driver allegedly flipped the one-finger salute to a driver on Ygnacio and North Civic at 9 a.m.

Keep the mess out. A few Las Lomas students allegedly got into a fight on the 1300 block of Newell Avenue after school. One student was seen with a bloody face running towards Creekside Drive. Creek Diva requests that you don’t bring your mess into her ‘hood. Thanks.

Lost and hopefully soon to be found! Target security dropped off unclaimed property that was left behind at the store the past several months. If you think you’ve lost something, please contact the WCPD.

Thursday, May 24

Naked public bathing. A caller reported a transient man was in the creek bathing under a bridge near Maria Lane at 10:19 a.m. The man in question was gone when police arrived.

Bad timing. A home on the 2500 block of Buena Vista Avenue was burglarized overnight while the resident was in the hospital. Various items, including jewelry, were reported stolen.

Crabby criminal. Do you know a man who has a tattoo of a crab on his neck? He allegedly was involved with a shoplifting case at Broadway Plaza at 7:53 p.m.

Burglary increase. The Pleasant Hill and Walnut Creek police have seen an uptick in residential burglaries. Keep an extra eye out. Two subjects were recently arrested in connection to a break-in to a home on Oak Park Boulevard.


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