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Published November 18th, 2015
Moraga Police Blotter

Identity theft 11/3/15 A Larch Avenue resident reported to police that an unknown suspect obtained a loan using his information and the money was transferred to a bank in Texas. No suspects or leads at this time. Imagine that - an unauthorized loan in the Lone Star state.

Broken License Plate Lamp 11/04/15 Perhaps it was the late hour - 2:30 a.m. - that led police to pull over a 1996 Ford Mustang for a broken license plate lamp at Moraga Road near Corliss. As it turns out, the driver had a suspended driver's license resulting from a 2001 felony DUI conviction. He was arrested and released on his signed promise to appear in court.

More identity theft 11/4/15 Someone opened a fraudulent bank account using an Inverleith Terrace resident's personal information. Oddly, the victim was unable to gain access to any of the bank records without first obtaining a police report. Thankfully the reporting person has not lost a dime - so far.

Burglary 11/07/15 Squatters really "made themselves at home" despite being unwelcome. Evidence of food containers and clothing was found at a Lynnwood Place home that was vacant and being remodeled, which indicated "guests" had been there for a few days. The owner has no idea how the squatters gained entry, and reports that approximately $2,200 worth of construction equipment was taken.

Student almost AWOL, 11/09/15 Cops responded to a call from Los Perales Elementary School to assist the staff with a student who was attempting to walk away from campus. Cops found the kid who had returned to the campus without incident. Wandering student was spoken to by the police and school staff about leaving without permission.

Home Invasion Robbery 11/12/15 Police responded to the report of a home invasion robbery that occurred on Via Granada in the Campolindo neighborhood. According to police, the homeowner was confronted by three armed black males who were driving a silver late model Toyota Camry. All of the males were wearing masks and were armed with guns. The suspects left the area in an unknown direction. The victims were not injured. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Moraga Police at (925) 888-7055.

Other crimes in Moraga between Nov. 3-10:
Traffic Incident - street unspecified
Appliance Theft - Miramonte Drive
Fake Checks - Canning Court
Tire Flattened - Ascot Court
False Alarm - Moraga Road, Greenfield Drive
Stolen Car - Haven Court
Deceased Person - Canyon Road, Camino Peral
Identity Theft - Moraga Road


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