TUESDAY, July 16

  • AUTO THEFT -- At 10 a.m. a caller reported having a car had been stolen the previous day while parked at Eunice Gourmet Café on Solano Avenue.

  • VANDALISM -- During the night vandals "keyed" a vehicle parked on Madison Street.

  • AUTO BREAK-IN -- A caller reported that a car burglary at Round Table Pizza on San Pablo Avenue at noon. The husband noticed that the door was ajar and when he returned home his wife discovered that her property was missing from the trunk.

  • TRUCK RECOVERY -- At 3:30 p.m. a caller reported that he had located his friend's truck on Jackson Street that had been stolen in June while parked on Portland Avenue.

  • TRESPASSING -- A resident on Talbot Avenue called at 7 p.m. to report finding a bike in her back yard and was concerned that someone had been in her yard.

  • TRESPASSING -- At 8 p.m. a resident reported finding a lawn mower in his side yard and was concerned that it might be stolen.

  • VANDALISM -- At 8:30 p.m. officers responded to the Goodwill Store on San Pablo Avenue at 8:30 p.m. on reports that a person described as a white female adult, about 37 years old, wearing sweats and carrying a backpack had come into the store, knocked over merchandise breaking a mirror and vases. She was last seen walking north on San Pablo Avenue with a man.

    WEDNESDAY, July 17

  • BURGLAR INTERRUPTED -- At 11 a.m. a resident on Stannage Avenue reported interrupting a burglar a few minutes prior. The subject was described as a Hispanic male adult with a mustache, about five feet five inches tall, wearing a beige hat and red shirt, khaki pants and a jacket. He was last seen departing toward San Pablo Avenue in a lavender Camry being driven by another person. The caller was able to give police information on the license plate. Officers are investigating.

    THURSDAY, July 18

  • VANDALISM -- During the night vandals spray painted graffiti on a wall near Castro and Jackson streets.

  • HOME BREAK-IN -- During the morning hours thieves broke into a home on Thousand Oaks through the bedroom window and stole a computer, credit cards and other items.

    FRIDAY, July 19

  • DRUGS -- At 3 p.m. officers responded to Cornell Avenue on reports of a person on a bike with what looked like a silver hand gun. Officers contacted the person on the 1200 block of Cornell and arrested the transient man for suspicion of drug possession and parole violation.

    SATURDAY, July 20

  • ASSISTANCE -- Officers received a call at 12:30 a.m. from parents who were concerned that their 17-year-old daughter had not come home and they were not getting helpful information from her friends. They were very upset and afraid that she might have been kidnapped. Officers quickly found the girl near Stannage and Solano avenues and discovered she was intoxicated. The parents were notified and they picked up their daughter and took her to the hospital.

  • DISTURBANCE -- At 2:30 a.m. officers received a report of an altercation between a driver in a vehicle and a bike rider at the Taco Bell on San Pablo Avenue. Officers contacted the pair and issued a warning about their behavior.

  • ATTEMPTED THEFT -- A Safeway employee called at 2:40 a.m. to report that a person, described as a white male adult, between 50 to 60 years old, with long curly gray hair, a beard and wearing glasses, had just attempted to steal groceries. They recovered the groceries and the man was last seen departing the parking lot in a 1970-80 model Toyota SUV.

  • AUTO BREAK-IN -- Thieves broke into a car on Washington Avenue overnight by smashing a window. They stole a laptop computer and a work bag from inside.

  • THEFT -- A resident on Adams Street reported that a bag of Girl Scout items was stolen from a car port during the night. There were no witnesses.

  • AUTO BREAK-IN -- A caller reported that the previous day thieves had broken into a car at the Albany waterfront and stole a laptop, GPS, backpack and keys from inside.

  • DUI -- Shortly before midnight officers stopped a vehicle near Marin and San Pablo avenues for a vehicle code violation. They arrested a Berkeley man for suspicion of two counts of DUI.

    SUNDAY, July 21

  • DISTURBANCE -- After receiving complaints officers issued a warning to noisy partyers on Jackson Street at 12:15 a.m.

  • DISTURBANCE -- At 12:30 a.m. officers issued a warning to noisy partyers on Carmel Street.

  • MORE DISTURBANCE -- Another noisy group at Memorial Park was issued a warning at 1 a.m.

  • DUI -- At 1:15 a.m. officers stopped a vehicle occupied by four people near Pierce and Johnson streets for a vehicle code violation. They cited a Pittsburg man for suspicion of DUI.

  • VANDALISM -- Vandals spray painted several cars parked on Carmel Street and on cars and property in the area during the night.

  • THEFT -- At 1 p.m. officers received a call from security at Target on the 1000 block of Eastshore regarding a person they were holding for theft. They requested assistance because she was attempting to get out of the handcuffs. Officers arrested the El Cerrito woman for suspicion of petty theft.

  • ASSISTANCE -- Officers responded to a report of a woman lying on a floor near Washington and San Pablo avenues who could not hold her head up. Officers took her to a hospital.

    -- Kristina Osborn