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Published July 3rd, 2013
Moraga Police Blotter

Car jumping, 6/24/13 A report of vandalism came from the parent of a Campolindo High School student about an incident that occurred before school ended. Apparently his son's car was parked in the lot and several students jumped on the hood causing roughly $3,000 in damage. The bent-out-of-shape parent said the jumpers' parents initially agreed to pay to repair the damage, but then changed their minds.

Stolen car found, 6/24/13 Police spied an unoccupied and "suspicious" vehicle parked at the Moraga Commons. Turns out the black 1994 Jeep Wrangler had been reported stolen from Pleasant Hill just the day before. The car was cleared from the stolen vehicle system and the owner contacted.

Barking dog, 6/24/13 Cops responded to a report of a barking dog in the area of Josefa Place and Francisco; apparently Fido settled down prior to the arrival of police. No bark, no bite.

Bad boys, 6/23/12 In the area of Joaquin Moraga Middle School three male juveniles, allegedly 14 to 16 years old, were reported to be throwing items at a moving vehicle at 11:30 p.m. Police responded and canvassed the neighborhood, but the charming youngsters had taken off. No signs of illegal activity at the school.

Parked and drunk, 6/23/13 The good news is he wasn't driving, but that wasn't enough to get an inebriated fellow out of trouble. At 1:45 a.m. a 33-year-old was found asleep in a parked car with the radio blasting. Cops determined he was unable to exercise care for himself due to his intoxicated state, and ticketed him for public intoxication and took him to the Martinez Detention Facility. The guy would have been way better off sleeping it off on a friend's sofa. Or at least turning down the radio.

Pair of bikes stolen, 6/21/13 On normally quiet Donald Drive, a homeowner left the garage door up for approximately 15 minutes in the late afternoon. Unfortunately that was long enough for an unknown suspect to swipe two bicycles valued at approximately $1500. Cops are investigating the matter.

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