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Published Nevember 24, 2010
Lafayette Police Blotter

Not Your Average Dog Sitter, 11/10/10 Lafayette Police responded to a burglar alarm on Sundale Road and discovered a 22-year-old El Sobrante woman inside the home. Although a 12" x 12" glass panel from a window was resting against the side wall of the home, the woman stated she was there to check on her aunt's sick dog. Police were not able to verify her intriguing story and discovered $3,500 of stolen items nearby. The items were returned to the homeowner and the burglar was given a lift to the Martinez Detention Facility. Nice try.

How Badly Can One Need a Drink? 11/10/10 Lafayette Police arrested a Martinez woman for stealing $102.65 worth of alcohol from Trader Joe's. The would-be thief quickly admitted to stealing the booze and a background check revealed she was already on probation. The police report didn't indicate what type of alcoholic beverage the woman was intent on enjoying but it's fun to envision the possibility that she had over two cases of "three buck chuck" stuffed into her clothing.

Stanley Teacher's Keys Found by Police 11/11/10 A group of kids gained access to Stanley during a school holiday using a missing set of teacher keys. The group was discovered and a 15-year-old Acalanes student ran from the scene and was later found at his home. The missing keys were discovered in the boy's backpack and he claimed responsibility for possessing them. The 15-year-old was taken to the Lafayette Police Department and released to his mother and the other kids were released to their parents at the school. The case was forwarded to Youth Diversion Services Officer Berch Parker for follow-up. Sounds like a little more parental supervision on days off could be in order...

Bar Fight at the Roundup 11/14/10 A Walnut Creek resident was arrested for battery when he caused serious bodily injury to an Oakley man during a fight at the Roundup. The victim lost consciousness after being punched and kicked by the Walnut Creek resident and another unidentified suspect. The victim was transported to John Muir Hospital for treatment and the thug was given a ride to the Martinez Detention Facility.


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