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Police blotter: Oct. 12-18, 2016

By DANNY YOEONO
Martinez Tribune

The crime blotter is compiled from public record and is not confirmed by Martinez Police or any other party unless otherwise stated. Some accounts may be unfounded.

Wednesday, Oct. 12
At 1:27 a.m., two younger men had their pants down as they approached the front entrance of Nu Rays. They ran away when they noticed they were spotted.

Thursday, Oct. 13
A Kelly Avenue resident reported at 9:14 a.m. that a loud noise was shaking her bed, floor and house, knocking her off balance and causing kidney problems. The noise or shaking did not seem to bother her cat. The resident claimed that no one else has been able to hear this noise. She also said that the noise had been occurring for two years.

A bluetooth wireless speaker was reported missing around 7 p.m. from a G Street residence. So if you hear amplified music in an area that cannot possibly have wires, just shout.

Friday, Oct. 14
At 4:46 a.m., a Pine Street resident heard a whistle sound, as if a person were attempting to signal to another person; and not the sound of the wind.

At 10:32 a.m., a Palisade Drive resident heard sounds of the likes that are consistent with people under the house. I should mention that the house sits on top of an ancient Indian burial ground.

At 3 p.m., a Platt Drive resident reported a car parked in front of her home. The occupants of the vehicle were allegedly doing drugs.

At 9:31 p.m., a Carquinez Way resident claimed a lime had been thrown through her front window. She neglected to look outside to see who threw it.

Saturday, Oct. 15
At 1:25 a.m. the United Methodist Church on Church Street gave an account of one of their members, shirtless and intoxicated at the back of the church.

Around 5 p.m., a Sunhill Court resident said a party up the hill from him was having a good party but that it was playing loud rap music.

A man wearing basketball shorts was observed at 6:55 p.m. in front of the Safeway grocery store talking to himself and smoking something out of a Red Bull can. This wasn’t me, I didn’t even know one could smoke Red Bull.

Sunday, Oct. 16
12:20 a.m. Marti Marie Drive. Two cars driving past each other. One car egged the other.

Around 12:30 a.m., Yale Street. Woman punched her ex.

12:47 a.m., Platt Drive. People in the street. Fighting.

2:58 p.m., Morello Avenue. Egg car seen again throwing eggs.

6:34 p.m., Tuolumne Avenue. Wife will not give husband his keys. He is trying to leave the house.

Monday, Oct. 17
A man in an orange jacket was throwing bottles and yelling on Castro Street at 2:19 a.m.

A woman reported she sent a purse to an online buyer. She received an email from “PayPal” telling the seller she had to send them $2,500 for the transaction to go through, allowing the seller to get paid. It turned out to be a sham and now the seller is out $2,500 and a $600 purse.

At 8:45 p.m., a 7-Eleven on Pacheco Boulevard had its tire air machine broken into and change taken. Stealing change from an air pump could lead to inflation.

Tuesday, Oct. 18
A Pine Street residence experienced a man on the roof, trespassing, at 5:08 a.m. Among conquering his fear of heights, the man was observed snapping his fingers and talking to himself.

Before lunch, a student at Martinez Junior High School allegedly found a bag of marijuana in the bathroom. When I was a student there, all I found in the bathrooms were swirlies.

Two girls were making tie dye shirts using the boat wash water spigot around 4:15 p.m. at the marina.

At 4:26 p.m. a band was practicing in Hidden Valley Park. But here’s the thing, they were practicing without a permit.

About Danny Yoeono

Born and raised in Martinez, Danny graduated Alhambra High School in 2014.

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