Golf Course Needs Rebooting, Thief Steals Camera Showing His Face, Stolen Car Crashes Storefront

Here are some stories you may have missed last week.

Burglar's Stolen Car Crashes Storefront
Pleasant Hill police are looking for suspects including a man who crashed a stolen sedan to get through a gate and into the showroom of the Verizon Wireless store on Crescent Drive at 5:36 a.m. Thursday, in the course of a burglary.

Preliminary Hearing Begins for Man Accused of Killing DVC Student
More than a decade after the body of a Diablo Valley College student turned up in the Nevada desert, a preliminary hearing began in Richmond today for the man accused of killing her. Raymond Wong, 41, formerly of Pinole, appeared in Contra Costa County Superior Court Wednesday, a year after pleading not guilty to murder charges in the 1999 killing of 21-year-old Alice Sin, his live-in girlfriend and son's mother.

Gregory Gardens Thief Caught Stealing Camera
A Gregory Gardens resident has sent a link to a video of a man stealing a security camera on Feb. 8. The man is a fully equipped burglar, except he forgot to cover his face when looking at the camera.

Golf Club Needs A Reboot From the City
Advances in golf equipment technology that allow duffers to hit the ball higher and farther have rendered 14-year-old netting at the Contra Costa Golf Club ineffective. 




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