The following calls were among those handled by the Oakley police Feb. 18-24, according to information provided by the Police Department.

Feb. 18

  • Domestic violence: Officers responded to the 100 block of Malicoat Avenue for a report of domestic violence resulting in injury to a spouse.

  • Shoplifting: Officers responded to a business in the 2500 block of Main Street for a report of shoplifting.

  • Vandalism: Officer responded to the 100 block of Amador Court for a report of misdemeanor vandalism.

    Feb. 19

  • Burglary: A residence was reported burglarized in the 4500 block of Tokay Drive.

  • Vandalism: Officer responded to the 500 block of Norcross Lane for a report of misdemeanor vandalism.

    Feb. 20

  • Stolen vehicle: A vehicle was reported stolen from the 100 block of Malicoat Avenue.

  • Suspicious circumstances: Officers responded to the 200 block of Rubens Way for a report of suspicious circumstances.

  • Failure to obey: Someone was arrested on Cedar Court and Sequoia Drive for failure to obey a police officer.

    Feb. 22

  • Stolen vehicle: A vehicle was reported stolen from the 900 block of Almaden Circle.

  • Civil problem: Officers responded to the 500 block of Norcross Lane for the report of a civil problem.

  • DUI: Someone was arrested on Main Street and Neroly Road for suspicion of driving while intoxicated.

    Feb. 23

  • Battery: Officers responded to the 1400 block of Wildcat Court for a report of battery.

  • Child abuse: officers responded to the 100 block of Narduci Court for a report of child abuse.

  • Grand theft: Officers responded to a report of grand theft from a vehicle on Duarte and Ruby avenues.

    Feb. 24

  • Grand theft: Officers responded to a report of grand theft from a boat in 100 block of Lauritzen Lane.

  • Accident: A vehicle accident with injuries occurred on Carol Lane and Main Street.

  • DUI: Someone stopped for a vehicle violation on Main Street and Norcross Lane was arrested when determined to be driving with a blood-alcohol level of .08 percent or more.

    -- Nan Hargis