Police Blotter: Creepy Guy At Baseball Field

Also, a pit bull leaves marks in a boy's leg, and other reports of unusual, sometimes criminal behavior by the Pleasant Hill police from March 1-March 3.

March 1
Drug deal? At 12:44 p.m., authorities witnessed a possible drug deal with money exchanged on the campus of College Park High, Viking Drive. When an assistant principal tried to intervene, the two young men ran from the scene and were last seen on the access road and then cutting through Valley View toward the creek, Pleasant Hill police reported.

Dog bites. Police were investigating a 6:43 p.m. report by a Croyden Drive father that his son suffered bite marks on the leg from a pit bull. The son was taken to the hospital.

March 2
Four cards. At 11:02 a.m., a woman turned in four Home Depot cards she found in the middle of Contra Costa Boulevard.

Moving violation. Police took a report from a woman who found her 1999 Honda Accord moved from where it was originally parked on Crescent Drive and the inside was "disheveled."

March 3
Roof runners. At 4:00 p.m., police were trying to find two teenagers who went for an unexplained scamper on the roof of Sequoia Middle School on Boyd Road. They were last seen headed for the creek.

Easy like Sunday morning. A church-goer complained that church staff was allowing another guy to attend the church on Oak Park Boulevard, even though the other had assaulted the complainant two years ago. At another church, on Gregory Lane, a woman reported her purse was stolen.

Baseball fan? At 10:22 a.m., police received a complaint about a creepy guy, a white man in his 50s with grey hair, watching girls playing on the baseball field on Santa Barbara Road.

Explorer rollover. At 3:22 a.m. on Taylor Boulevard, police attempted to pull over a stolen Ford Explorer. In the pursuit, the Explorer rolled over at Reliez Valley Road and Horizon Drive. The 35-year-old driver was arrested on charges of stolen vehicle, obstructing a police officer and probation violation. The car was towed. No injuries were reflected on the police report.


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