Piedmont

The following are highlights from the Piedmont police blotter. For more information, including about other cases, visit the police department at 403 Highland Ave.

Friday, Feb. 14

  • 9:47 a.m. -- Oakland Avenue. Someone stole a FedEx package from a porch.

  • 10:03 a.m. -- Grand Avenue. Police arrested a motorist for possession of stolen vehicle.

  • 4:56 p.m. -- Sunnyside Avenue. Someone stole registration tabs from a parked vehicle.

    Saturday, Feb. 15

  • 11 a.m. -- York Drive. Someone attempted to break into a parked vehicle.

  • 2:36 p.m. -- Someone keyed a vehicle.

    Monday, Feb. 17

  • 1:49 p.m. -- Highland Avenue. Someone reported a case of identity theft.

    Tuesday, Feb. 18

  • 7:02 a.m. -- Estates Drive. A man was seen pushing his bike up a road, looking into driveways and then digging through trash. He was detained, questioned and released.

  • 2:59 p.m. -- Highland Avenue. A woman came up to the service window and handed the dispatcher two suspicious looking envelopes after asking what county she was in, and then walked out of the lobby.


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  • 5:13 p.m. -- Sandringham Road. An older model red car was seen going slowly back and forth 10 times while the driver was looking at houses. The vehicle has a possible connection to recent staged home burglaries.

    Wednesday, Feb. 19

  • 10:03 a.m. -- Grand Avenue. Someone stole a license plate.

  • 12:56 p.m. -- Lexford Road. Someone threw a bottle over the fence, breaking a table.

    Thursday, Feb. 20

  • 12:12 p.m. -- Lake Avenue. Identity theft was reported.

  • 2:23 p.m. -- Moraga Avenue. Someone called a resident pretending to be her nephew and asked that she send $5,000. The caller realized it was a scam after she mailed the money but was able to put a stop on it.

    OAKLAND

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