Saturday, August 18
Camaro rifled. A Camaro was broken into on the 1800 block of Lacassie Avenue overnight, according to reports to the Walnut Creek police. An after-market alarm was reported stolen.
Female fight. Two females were allegedly fighting near a double cab pickup truck on Lincoln Avenue at 6:27 p.m. One of the subjects was arrested and charged with being in possession of drug paraphernalia.
Sunday, August 19
Saucy Sunday. A woman was vacuuming the lobby of a hotel on North Main Street, unauthorized and drunk, police reported. Also Sunday morning, there were several other arrests for drunken and disorderly conduct downtown.
Permanently removed. A caller requested that police remove two subjects from a home on the 2600 block of Buena Vista Avenue at 4:24 a.m. Apparently the two people in question drew on a sleeping subject's face, with permanent marker.
Still happening. Another catalytic converter was stolen, this time on the 3500 block of Sugarberry Lane overnight.
Relocated revolver. A stolen revolver from Napa County was found in the rear of an apartment complex on Lincoln Avenue this morning.
PETA, are you listening? A woman was attacked by a raccoon last week on Rudgear Road and called 911 today about it. Hope you are OK.
Monday, August 20
Heads up. To residents of the Retreat apartment complex on the 1400 block of Creekside Drive, several cars have been broken into recently. Take all your valuables with you, including anything in the trunk.
Do not use cable locks! Another bike was stolen in front of the library this afternoon. Please use a U-lock when locking up your bikes.
Tuesday, April 21
Car window smashed. A car window was smashed to gain entry to steal a coach purse near Fleming’s Steakhouse this afternoon.
Grab 'n' dash. Two females were seen grabbing $2,500 worth of clothes at Talbot’s on South Main Street at 2:35 p.m. They fled in a tan PT Cruiser. Readers, does anyone else think that particular parking lot is poorly lit?