Here are some of the items listed on the Pleasant Hill Police Department's log since Saturday.
Saturday, Dec. 1
5:07 a.m.: In a day full of problems with customers, employees at the Starbucks on Contra Costa Boulevard called to complain about a transient who had empty bottles and raw meat strewn across a table.
6:28 a.m.: Down the street, the employees at Nation's Giant Burgers called police to report a transient who was stealing ketchup and hot sauce. It's not known if this was the same man who was in the Starbucks.
2:28 p.m.: Another man was reported standing near the exit of the Toys R Us on Contra Costa Boulevard, telling people he wouldn't leave until he had received a certain amount of money from every customer.
11:39 p.m.: An auto burglary was reported in the parking lot of the Black Angus restaurant on North Main Street. The car's window was smashed and a laptop computer was taken.
Sunday, Dec. 2
In the morning hours, there were more than a dozen calls to police about flooding on neighborhood streets due to the heavy rainstorm.
11:56 a.m.: A man called to complain there was loud music coming from either Farrington's Sports Bar or its parking lot.
Monday, Dec. 3
9:18 a.m.: Police responded to a report of a Diablo Valley College officer with a head injury. It was determined someone threw an object at the female officer.
12:43 p.m.: An auto theft was reported from the parking lot of Toys R Us on Contra Costa Boulevard. A green Honda Civic was taken.
9:27 p.m.: A woman reported a piano bench was taken from her home while she was on vacation. She believes a male friend with keys to her house stole the bench.
9:52 p.m.: A vehicle was broken into in the parking lot of Magoo's Grill on Contra Costa Boulevard. The window was smashed. Unknown what objects were taken.
Tuesday, Dec. 4
1:06 p.m.: Several vehicles had their windows smashed in the parking garage on Crescent Drive. In at least one instance, change was taken from inside the vehicle.
9:01 p.m.: The windows of a Dodge truck were smashed in the parking lot of the Black Angus restaurant on North Main Street. A backpack was taken.
10:49 p.m.: A man called police to say his roommate was playing loud music on purpose in their apartment on Ryan Drive in order to keep him awake. Now, neighbors are complaining.