Lafayette

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

Moraga

The following excerpts were taken from the Moraga police log:

Wednesday, Dec. 4

  • trespassing: Someone entered an unlocked playhouse in the backyard of a residence in the 70 block of Hardie Drive. They left behind garbage. There was no damage or missing items from the playhouse.

    Friday, Dec. 6

  • local bench warrant: Officers responded to a suspicious subject near Saint Mary's College/Rheem Campus loading dock. The subject appeared homeless and disheveled. Records showed an outstanding no-bail misdemeanor arrest warrant for "failure to comply with an order of probation." A search of his belongings resulted in the location of less than an ounce of marijuana. The subject was taken to the Martinez jail.

  • disturbing the peace: A 70-year-old woman grabbed a pair of scissors at a salon in the 300 block of Rheem Blvd., frightening the salon owner and her customers. The woman's husband picked her up and took her home.

    Saturday, Dec. 7

  • gun shots: Officers were in the area of Moraga Road and Donald Drive when they heard what sounded like four gunshots coming from the Mulholland Ridge open space. Additional calls were received from the area. Officers were unable to locate the source of the sounds.

  • suspicious circumstances: A 2009 silver Honda Odyssey (still warm to the touch) blocked the roadway at the intersection of Corliss Drive and Wakefield Drive. The vehicle had run out of fuel. A 17-year-old arrived with a one-gallon container of fuel. She smelled of alcohol, and was determined to have a blood-alcohol level of .015 percent. She was released to her mother at the scene.

    Sunday, Dec. 8

  • Noise complaint: Officers responded to a loud party complaint occurring in the 1900 block of Ascot Drive. Officers heard loud music, voices and college age adults leaving from the location. Officers issued the tenant a Town of Moraga Loud Party Ordinance notice.