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Hazardous Lemonade, Generator Noise Attacks and a Car Nearly Takes a Dip

A roundup of the week's police log includes a snatched bottle of vodka, a vehicle nearly driving into a pool and several accounts of alleged fraud.

 

Tuesday, August 7

11:54 a.m. - A resident of Sycamore Avenue informed police that her email account had been hacked. The person responsible for the internet fraud has been using the woman's account to write her contacts asking for money.

10:27 p.m. - A dark green Toyota reportedly was driving recklessly near the intersection of Miller and Throckmorton Avenues. The driver was reported to be swerving all over the road, crossing double yellow lines, putting on the car's blinker lights, and then not pulling over.

11:56 p.m. - A resident of Ethel Avenue reported a strange noise that resembled an engine or generator of some kind. The resident was unsure of exactly where the noise was coming from.

Wednesday, August 8

3:44 a.m. - A man on Sunnycrest Avenue reported a loud banging sound. The man said that the sounds could be someone repeatedly hitting a door, or possible a pump of some kind.

3:23 p.m. - A black Chevy suburban parked in an office building lot next to Piatti restaurant had its front window smashed. A bag with gym clothes and an iPod were reported stolen by the car's owner. No trackable loss was reported.

4:39 p.m. - A Mill Valley man reported that his bank account was accessed by an unknown person in the Richmond area. The man reported that $140 was taken from an ATM. There is no suspect information and the man stated that he is the only one with a card for his account.

11:52 p.m. - A resident of Throckmorton Avenue reported hearing a loud, unidentifiable noise coming from Beerworks. The noise was described as a large truck or possibly a generator.

Thursday, August 9

12:57 a.m. - A loud noise was heard at the intersection of Miller Avenue and Reed Street. Police checked and were unable to locate the source.

1:33 p.m. - A bottle of Vodka was reported stolen from Whole Foods Market on East Blithedale. The suspect was described as a white female in her 40s wearing a black sweater and a blue skirt. The woman left the store in a white BMW. Police noted that the same suspect was reported earlier in the month.

1:52 p.m. - A car rammmed through a fence on Shelter Bay Avenue and almost drove into a pool located on the property. No injuries were reported and the party that owned the fence is insured.

Friday, August 10

8:44 a.m. - A resident of Camino Alto notified police that her friend's email account was hacked and that the suspected internet criminal was writing her friend's friends asking for money. One contact of the hacked woman's account gave the hacker $1,000 thinking it was her. Police advised the woman to contact her friends and inform them that she's not in Jakarta and to not send money.

Saturday, August 11

12:10 p.m. - A white Honda smashed in to a telephone pole on Sycamore Avenue. No injuries were reported.

1:13 p.m. - A woman reported that her Gary Fisher mountain bike was stolen from the laundry room at her Miller Avenue residence. The communal laundry room was unlocked and the stolen bike had an estimated value of $500.

Sunday, August 12

11:17 a.m. - A driver at the intersection of Buena Vista Avenue and Carmelita Avenue called police to report that cars were stopping in the middle of the road to stop at an enticing lemonade stand. Although the driver who called in stated that the stopped cars were creating a hazard, police surveyed the area and decided not to take action.

3:53 p.m. - A woman driving near Camino Alto and Kite Hill Lane reported that a group of juveniles hit her car with a rock. The woman was unsure whether the rock was thrown or if the kids had a slingshot, or some other rock-hurling technology. Police surveyed the area and were unable to find any kids who matched the age description. 

Katheryn September 30, 2012 at 05:18 PM
Tell does this sound familiar, I have provided a link to a story on the Temecula Patch. Please read the story and watch the video in the story. Add this to all your facebook accounts, get the word out. http://temecula.patch.com/articles/citizen-reader-shares-mining-sounds

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