Police Blotter: Warrant Arrests, Hit & Run, Barking Dogs at 4:30 AM

The Piedmont police log from March 22 to noon March 25 includes two auto burglaries, two warrant arrests, a DUI arrest, a hit-and-run accident and complaints about early morning dogs barking and balls being kicked in the street.

Incidents highlighted in the blotter below were recorded in the Piedmont Police Department log for three and a half days from March 22 through March 25. Information was supplied by the police and does not indicate any convictions.


Auto burglary – A woman in the 300 block of Olive Avenue reported that items were stolen from her vehicle.

Suspicious circumstance – At 1:56 p.m., a woman inthe 200 block of Sandringham Road reported that a woman in a parked late-model Lexus had been sitting in the car talking and texting for one and a half hours.


Drunk driver arrest – A driver was arrested about 2:45 a.m. at Rose and Linda for driving under the influence.

Auto burglary – An auto burglary was reported by a woman in the 200 block of Crocker Avenue.

Kicking balls in street – At 5:25, a caller in the 100 block of Olive Avenue complained of kicking balls in the middle of the street and not moving for cars.


Warrant arrest – At 12:15 p.m., a caller reported a man lying under a tree with a bicyle next to him in the first block of Bonita Avenue. The man under the tree was arrested on a warrant out of Oakland, cited and released.


Dogs barking – At 4:30 a.m., a man in the first block of Wildwood Gardens Avenue reported that dogs had been barking for the last 25 minutes. It was quiet when the officer arrived.

Warrant arrest – At 7:54 a.m., a person was arrested in the 5000 block of Moraga Avenue on a warrant out of Alameda County. The person was cited and released.

Hit and run accident – A man at Wildwood and Grand avenues reported that his vehicle was hit by a male driver in a black Nissan Altima about 8:39 a.m. The Nissan fled up Grand Avenue toward Pleasant Valley Avenue.


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