Monday, July 23, 2012
12:16am – A woman named Rhonda reportedly followed a woman and her adult daughter near the intersection of Belinda Dr. and Sherman Dr. and tried to run them off the road.
10:03am – A woman who quit her job after being disciplined by her boss reportedly called her husband and told him to come down and beat up the boss.
11:28am – A driver at Taylor Blvd. and CC Blvd called police to complain that firefighters collecting money for the Fill The Boot campaign were creating an unsafe situation by walking in and out of traffic.
12:41pm – A bicyclist was hit by a car in the parking lot between Target and In & Out Burger on Contra Costa Blvd. An ambulance was called to the scene.
2:41pm – A woman was arrested at Cash 1 on Contra Costa Blvd. after she reportedly came in and tried to cash a stolen cashiers’ check. She was charged with possession of stolen property.
5:02pm – A woman was reported at Office Depot on Buskirk Ave. overdosing on canisters of air that she reportedly stole from Best Buy and Office Depot.
6:52pm – A man was reportedly knocking over the shelves at Toys R Us on Contra Costa Blvd.
7:16pm – A woman on Oakside Court called seeking advice from the police about how to handle her defiant 15-year-old son.
8:52pm – A car vs. motor bike at Pleasant Hill Rd. and Valley View Rd. – the boy driving the motor bike was taken to the hospital.
10:08pm – A driver was pulled over at Paso Nogal near Norse Dr. and arrested for driving under the influence.
Tuesday, July 24
3:38am – A man reported that a group of kids messed up the construction cone pattern and put them in the street, impeding traffic.
1:07pm – A boat was reported on fire in the parking lot of the Residence Inn on Glenbridge Ct.
1:47pm – A man reportedly stole a bunch of clothes from Kmart on Contra Costa Blvd. and walked away. He had grey hair, a grey shirt, grey jeans and a black bag in which he stashed the clothes.
4:50pm – A man with a shopping cart full of products he reportedly stole from Lucky’s on Crescent Plaza was seen driving off in a white van, driven by a woman in her 70s, with two other men in the car.
6:38pm – Two men reportedly stole two phones from the Sprint PCS store on Contra Costa Blvd.
8:45pm – Two juveniles on Pleasant Oaks Ct. and Black Pine Lane were reportedly speeding up and down the street, until their car hit the curb and became disabled. No injuries were reported.
Wednesday, July 25
12:44pm – A man was begging for money in an Asian restaurant on Monument Blvd and Buskirk Ave.
1:07pm – A group of transients were reported drinking and urinating on the side wall near the rear of Diablo Valley Dental Lab on Contra Costa Blvd.
3:56pm – A woman witnessed a large white truck with “Yes We Can” on the side pull up to the dirt road near the end of Santa Monica and Longbrook and dump cement blocks, wood piles and lawn furniture.
9:24pm – A man was reported yelling, screaming and talking to himself on Crescent Dr. carrying a red duffel bag and a large plastic bag and threatened a security guard.
Thursday, July 26
12:19pm – A man at Oak Park Blvd and Monte Cresta Ave came home to find his apartment had been broken into.
5:52pm – A resident of Geraldine Dr and Lamkin Lane reported that someone was using his address to finance a vehicle.
6:00pm – An elderly man in a bathrobe was reported on Coggins Dr. and Buskirk Ave. knocking on doors. It was not known what the man wanted.
6:56pm – A man outside the Fast And Easy Mart on Contra Costa Blvd. was reported urinating in the parking lot. He was wearing a long brown shirt and plaid pajama bottoms.
7:53pm – A bike was reported stolen from a garage on Janin Place and Douglas Terrance.
Friday, July 27, 2012
9:17am – The owner of a home on Polley Lane and Hoover Ave. reported that housesitters were confronted by a man who claimed to have tracked down his cell phone to the home, and demanded entry. When he was refused, he yelled at them.
11:00am –A business owner on Buskirk Ave. and Hookston Rd reported that one of his employees received a call from a man who said he had kidnapped her daughters and demanded money. The daughters were determined to be safe, and the call was a scam.
3:49pm – A woman reported that someone broke into her home on Donagal Way, which was damaged in a fire, rummaged through her house, stole food and slept in her bed.
5:19pm – A man was cited and released for stealing detergent several days in a row from the Safeway on Contra Costa Blvd.
8:18pm – Two men attempted to steal “a large amount of items” from Rite Aid on Contra Costa Blvd., dropped the items in the aisle and fled the store toward Monument Blvd.
10:22pm – A group of young people were reported dancing and singing in the parking lot of the Lucky’s store on Crescent Plaza, and asked a passerby to join them, but the passerby refused and called police instead.
Saturday, July 28
2:57am – Someone attempted to steal copper wire from the Pleasant Hill Middle School on Santa Barbara Rd.
10:51am – Three transients have an encampment set up on the side of JC Penny Home store on Contra Costa Blvd. and refused to leave.
11:58am – A 57-year-old woman needed help after falling from a scooter.
Sunday, July 29
12:16am – Loud Billy Joel music was reported coming from a home near Hamilton Dr. and Valley Ct.
12:36am – A man and woman were seen trying to get into yards in the Ruth Dr./Taylor Blvd area.
3:02am – A large group of males were reported fighting in the Denny’s parking lot on Contra Costa Blvd.
Monday, July 30
9:10 am – A car was reported stolen overnight from Contra Costa Blvd. and Astrid Dr.
9:53am – A classroom was reported broken into at Valhalla Elementary on Kiki Dr. and Stugun Ct.
1:28pm – A man reported that another man took his girlfriend’s food at the Taco Bell on Contra Costa Blvd. and left. The man followed him and called police.
7:04pm – Two men reportedly stole two cell phones from Parrot Cellular on CCB.