Lafayette

Police calls were unavailable again this week, due to an ongoing switchover to a new computer program.

Moraga

The following excerpts were taken from the Moraga police log:

Friday, Nov. 1

  • residential burglary: A laptop computer was taken from a residence in the 100 block of Corliss Drive. The incident is under investigation.

  • grand theft: Upon returning from vacation, a resident of the 0-50 block of Newberry Place discovered that $200 cash and $5,500 worth of jewelry was missing from a dresser drawer. The only people with authorized access to the residence were cleaning company workers. The case is under investigation.

    Saturday, Nov. 2

  • petty theft: Makeup, a serving tray and two candles were taken from the trunk of a vehicle parked in the 1000 block of Camino Pablo. The estimated loss is $315.

    Sunday, Nov. 3

  • vandalism: Someone damaged the glass light fixture at the end of a driveway in the 1100 block of Larch Avenue. The light fixture appeared to have been shot with a BB gun or air soft-type gun. The estimated damage is $100.

    Tuesday, Nov. 5

  • petty theft: An iPad was taken from the library at Saint Mary's College. The iPad was valued at $849.


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    wednesdAy, Nov. 6

  • grand theft: A MacBook valued at $1,200 was stolen from the library at Saint Mary's College. This case is under investigation.