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Published August 17th, 2011
Moraga Police Blotter

Semi-invisible party, 8/10/11 Police responded to an alleged loud party on Hardie Drive around 9:00 p.m. Officers checked the interior and exterior with permission and surprisingly all the party goers had fled. Oddly enough, alcoholic beverages were found, and what appeared to be the remains of a planned fiesta - the homeowners were out of town at the time. A source reported that the family's daughter was safe and back with a responsible adult. Booze was poured out and a relative ended up staying at the house that night.

Sarah Lane Over-trim, 8/09/11 One neighbor gave permission to another to trim pine trees, but not oak trees. The clip-per neighbor entered the rear yard of the clip-ee and cut the tops off several trees inside the yard. Cops tried to smooth things over with both parties.

Drunk at Safeway, 8/08/11 Grocery store staff assisted a customer who appeared intoxicated at 8:30 in the morning. Officers arrived and felt the person was unable to care for him or herself - the police report for this incident is genderless. Subject was arrested and taken to the Martinez Detention facility, to sober up and think about shopping when not under the influence.

Bike Accident, 8/08/11 A bicycle rider was unable to negotiate a driveway on School Street and injured his head and hand. MOFD was already on the scene treating the gentleman when police arrived. He was taken to Kaiser for further evaluation.

Mystery car in driveway, 8/06/11 At 11:00pm cops went to a Corte Yolanda home on a report of a red Mercury Sable parked in the driveway. The homeowner had no idea who owned the car, hadn't seen it before and wondered why it was in his driveway. A computer check revealed that the car's registered owner lives in Walnut Creek. The homeowner asked that it be towed away. His wish was granted.

Gas leak, 8/05/11 Moraga police joined the Moraga Orinda Fire Department to help PG&E with a gas leak on Paseo Del Rio. The homeowner was digging a post hole when he broke the gas pipe buried in his side yard. PG&E fixed the leak and the erstwhile digger was allowed back into his home.


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