This is the crime bulletin for Tuesday, October 30, 2012 from the Benicia Police Department. Click the "Keep me posted" button below for an alert when we publish this report.
12:32 a.m.: The people running a generator on Vista Grande agreed to turn it off for the rest of the night.
3:08 a.m.: Officers were unable to determine what activated an alarm at a Park Road business.
3:09 a.m.: A 28-year-old Vallejo man was arrested on an outstanding warrant issued in San Mateo.
5:22 a.m.: Police contacted the owner of a car parked on Cambridge with the lights on.
8:39 a.m.: Police received a report of a laptop computer being stolen from an unlocked car on Hastings.
9:36 a.m.: There was a customer relations problem at a Military East business. The upset customer was gone when officers arrived.
10:15 a.m.: Police took a report on an O’Farrell resident who was locked out of the house and was yelling.
11:44 a.m.: Officers spoke to the yelling guests at an East Second Street hotel.
12:42 p.m.: A resident on East H Street reported receiving a fake check from an employer.
1:52 p.m.: Officers spoke to a man who was on the campus of a school on East J Street. The man was not a student and, after speaking to officers, decided it would be better to leave the campus.
2:02 p.m.: A resident on Hawthorne wanted police help in getting her car keys back from her former husband.
3:22 p.m.: A resident on Grove reported that his bank account had unauthorized charges.
6:37 p.m.: A 54-year-old Benicia man was arrested on warrants from Contra Costa County.
7:32 p.m.: Officers began an investigation into a theft that occurred on Southampton Road.
8:05 p.m.: Officers were unable to determine what activated an alarm at a West J Street home.
9:56 p.m.: An animal found at Solano Square was returned to its person.
10:02 p.m.: There was a verbal altercation on East K Street. After speaking to officers the people involved agreed to stop arguing for the evening.
Editor’s Note: Even though I inject a bit of humor into these police logs, please remember, the men and women whose job it is to protect us rarely find it funny when they are approaching a drunk person or a building where the alarm is going off.
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