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Clayton Police Log, Sept. 7 to 13

This activity report is compiled by the Clayton Police Department. There were seven arrests last week, including three DUIs.

The dates and times shown indicate when the incident was reported to the Police Department.

Accidents: None reported.

Arrests: Clayton Rd./El Camino Dr. Reckless Driving; DUI. A 47-year-old Clayton male was arrested after being stopped for Vehicle Code violations. He was transported to the Concord Police Department for booking. (9/8/12 – 0220 hrs.)

Indianhead Way/Oakhurst Dr. DUI. A 32-year-old San Francisco male was arrested after being stopped for a Vehicle Code violation. He was transported to the Concord Police Department for booking. (9/8/12 – 0527 hrs.)

Clayton Rd./Kirker Pass Rd. Suspended License; False Tabs. A 48-year-old Concord male was arrested after being stopped for Vehicle Code violations. He was issued acitation and released on his signed promise to appear. (9/8/12 – 0940 hrs.)

5400 block Clayton Rd. DUI. A 57-year-old Concord male was arrested after being contacted by officers on a traffic stop. He was transported to the Concord Police Departmentfor booking. (8/27/12 – 0852 hrs.)

Clayton Rd./Kirker Pass Rd. Driving While License Suspended for DUI. A 34-year-old Concord male was arrested after being stopped for a Vehicle Code violation. He was issued a citation and released on his signed promise to appear. (9/10/12 – 0431 hrs.)

Clayton Rd./Heather Dr. DUI. A 22-year-old Clayton male was arrested after being stopped for Vehicle Code violations. He was transported to the Concord Police Department for booking. (9/11/12 – 0119 hrs.)

200 block Southbrook Dr. Public Intoxication. A 30-year-old Martinez male was arrested after officers responded to a call for service. He was transported to the Concord Police Department for booking. (9/13/12 – 0205 hrs.)

Burglaries/Thefts:None reported.

Vandalisms: None reported.

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