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Published Nevember 4th, 2015
Moraga Police Blotter

Loud cheering 10/18/15 Cops came to an apartment complex on Ascot Drive on a report of loud cheering by an anonymous female. Upon arrival, non-hearing impaired police were unable to locate any cheering or other noisiness that would constitute a breach of the town's loud party ordinance.

Alleged driving while rude 10/19/15 The driver of a white SUV came to the lobby of the police department to report she was involved in a disagreement with another motorist, who was allegedly rude and used obscene hand gestures. No one was arrested, but the incident is under investigation.

Identity theft 10/19/15 A Draeger Drive resident was a victim of a data breach at Anthem Blue Cross. A number of months later, the reporting person received correspondence from Nordstrom, Macy's and Orbitz regarding attempts to open credit accounts that were not legitimate. Sadly no suspects or leads at this time.

Slightly different type of identity theft 10/23/15 A Claudia Court resident entered his personal credit card information into what he later discovered was a fake Internet site. Only hours later, his bank discovered what appeared to be fraudulent account activity and closed his accounts. Typist beware.

Non-authorized credit cards 10/23/15 An Ascot Court resident called the police department to report he had received an alert from his credit monitoring service. An unknown subject used the person's name, social security number and address to open a Walmart Master Card and charged over $1,500 worth of stuff.

Wallet abuse 10/24/15 A worker at a Sanders ranch home left his wallet at work, so he asked a co-worker to put it in a drawer. Surprisingly just a few days later, the "loser" fellow received fraud alerts - $2,400 was spent on his Discover card and his Chase card was declined when $700 worth of goodies was attempted to be purchased at an undisclosed merchant.
Other crimes in Moraga between Oct.18-27:

Door of Dodge Damaged - Donald Drive
False Alarm - School Street, Whiting Court, Laird Drive
Lost House Keys - Glen Alpine
Warrant Arrest of Moraga Resident - in Antioch
Panic Alarm, Unlocked Door - Scofield Drive
Medical Assistance - Draeger Drive


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