Battered door. Responding to an 8:00 a.m. report, Moraga police were investigating a possibly vandalized door — or maybe it was an attempt to break in — at an office on Country Club Drive.
Fence board, beer cans. At noon, a Corte Yolanda resident reported a fence board missing and a little carpet of empty beer cans on the side of the house. Police suspect Campolindo High students enjoying a beer during the lunch hour. Police added patrols during the lunch hour.
Disguise? At 11:16 p.m., police responded to a report of a man driving an "old mail Jeep" with no markings on it checking mailboxes on Rheem Boulevard. When officers got to the area, there was no sign of a mail fraud/thief.
Find new paths. At 8:58 p.m., officers responded to a white, 1992 Nissan Pathfinder that hadn't been moved from Crossbrook Drive at Greenfield Drive in days. It had been tagged on March 11 with a green Moraga police warning sticker, and marked with white paint on two tires indicated it hadn't moved since being tagged. Police towed the vehicle and entered it into a computer system as a stored vehicle. The owner also faces a citation for expired registration.
A bad left turn. At 11:16 a.m., one vehicle southbound on Moraga Road at Devin Drive made a sudden left turn toward a driveway and collided with a second vehicle, police said. Airbags deployed as both vehicles suffered major front-end damage. One driver suffered a cut to the thumb. The first vehicle caught fire briefly as it was being prepared for towing, and Moraga Orinda Fire District firefighters responded. The first driver was cited for no insurance and unsafe left turning movement.
No evidence of a party. At 11:52 p.m., police received a complaint of a loud party in the 1900 block of Ascot Drive. "Arriving officers were unable to locate evidence of a party during an area search." The reporting party said the loud voices stopped around the time the officers arrived. Go figure.