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Published September 24th, 2014
Moraga Police Blotter

Not so civil dispute, 9/11/14 A neighbor on Via Joaquin yelled at the person next door and his son about his car being towed. The reporting person witnessed the car being towed but had no part in making it happen. The subject was advised to contact the homeowners association and to attend the next meeting. The yeller was also advised to "stay away from the reporting person's residence or face arrest for trespassing."

Black backpack found, 9/11/14 It had been placed near a tree at the Rheem Shopping Center all day. Only clothes and some personal items were found inside but, alas, no identification. See Moraga police if it belongs to you.

Car versus pedestrian, 9/13/14 A car backing out of a parking spot on Moraga Way struck a pedestrian who was walking southbound through the parking lot. She complained of pain to her wrist and pain to her left hip - she was taken by the fire department to the hospital. No mention of which party didn't see the other.

Loud party, 9/13/14 Apparently school is back in session. The clock had yet to strike midnight, but it was time for Cinderellas and all the fellas to wrap it up. It was 11:45 p.m. when police responded to Eileen Court to check on a loud party. Approximately 40 people left the house and the party hosts were issued a Town of Moraga Party Ordinance warning notice. Wow, say that three times fast.

Identity theft, 9/05/14 A Tharp Drive resident discovered, after a credit check, that there was a possible unauthorized application for a credit card. There has been no financial loss at this time and the fraudulent account has been closed.

Minor traffic incident, 9/16/14 The reporting person said he had been involved in a minor non-injury accident on Campolindo Drive. While stopping for a vehicle that was parking, another car rear-ended him, resulting in minor damage. Bumped driver just wanted to document the incident.

In addition, the following crimes were reported in Moraga Sept. 9 through Sept.16:
False Alarm
Calle La Mesa
Carter Dr
St. Andrews Dr
Buckingham Dr
Alta Mesa Ct
Augusta Dr
Car Towed Dickenson Dr
Welfare Check
Natalie Dr
Traffic Incident
Moraga Rd
Danger to Self
Ascot Dr (2)
Cypress Point Wy


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