Published May 20th, 2015
Moraga Police Blotter
Rearranging the patio furniture, 5/04/15 A Tharp resident reported a weirdly suspicious circumstance at a vacated property. He visited the residence and found the patio furniture rearranged, a rear door open and an interior light on. No sign of forced entry. A maintenance worker was the last one there.

Kitchen remodel issues, 5/08/15 The contractor that a Hodges Drive resident was using to replace her kitchen cabinets was acting aggressively and demanding more money. Although the job wasn't complete, the homeowner asked that he pack his tools and vacate the residence.

Expensive watch stolen, 5/08/15 A Danefield Drive homeowner reported to police that sometime in the past four to six weeks an unknown subject took a Cartier Santos watch valued at $10,000 from her home. She has no idea who would do this, but wanted to document the incident.

Counterfeit money, 5/07/15 An Ascot Drive resident had a new iPad Mini listed for sale on Criagslist for $320. A "buyer" responded to the listing and met the seller. Although purchaser agreed to pay the full price, unfortunately the three $100 bills that changed hands were fake, but the $20 bill was real. The bills were collected by cops and will go to the Secret Service for analysis.

Residential Burglary, 5/10/15 Thieves cut power to a Camino Ricardo home and forced open an exterior garage door to gain access to the house. The homeowner will make a detailed list of items taken at a later time.

In addition, the following crimes occurred between May 5-12:

Lost Wallet - Gary Road
Welfare Check - Moraga Road
Two Motorists Arguing - Moraga Road
Danger to Self - Moraga Road
False Alarm - Cypress Point Way
Smiley Face Vandalism - Alta Mesa Court
Loud Party - Whitethorn Drive
BMW Window Smash - Moraga Road
Loud Party - Wandel Drive
False Alarm - Fieldbrook Place
Harassing Phone Calls and Texts - St. Mary's Road

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