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Published December 6th, 2023
Moraga Country Club burglary suspect charged by DA's office
Some of the stolen golf clubs that were recovered by MPD. Photo courtesy Moraga Police Department

In early November, the Moraga Police Department received numerous calls regarding burglaries from homes in the Moraga Country Club involving stolen golf clubs and golf equipment. Following an investigation, MPD was able to identify the suspect and his vehicle in the vicinity of one of the burglaries thanks to video evidence.
Trevor Hudson, 25, a resident of Danville, was arrested on Nov. 18 while in possession of stolen property connected to some of the burglaries, 10 of which occurred in Moraga and an additional two in Danville. Much of the stolen property has been located, and MPD is working to return it to the victims.
"These crimes were solved due to the efforts and tenacity of our officers," said Moraga Police Chief Jon King in a statement. "It was definitely a team effort . the different officers who took the reports, connected them together, scoured the area for video evidence, arrested the suspect and recovered the property. I appreciate the hard work of our Moraga Police team who worked to solve these cases, arrest the suspect and recover the property stolen in these crimes."
King revealed that thanks to a neighbor's home surveillance system, along with the town's video system, crucial evidence was obtained in order to make an arrest. He added that "most of these crimes occurred when people either left their garages open or unlocked. Although we live in a safe community, by ensuring that our garages, homes and vehicles are locked and secure, we can prevent most of these crimes."
As of Nov. 30, according to MPD Det. Craig Walker, the District Attorney has charged Hudson with 12 felony counts of residential burglary and one felony count of possession of stolen property (which involves the property he had when police arrested him). Hudson is currently in custody, and bail has been set at $590,000.

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