The Weekly Drama is an overview of Police/Fire incidents (newsworthy or not) that took place in the San Ramon Valley during the week, but never made news headlines.
Sunday, September 11th
[Alamo] 11:00 PM – The United States Postal Inspector discovered the post office drop box appeared to have been broken into.
[San Ramon] 11:30 PM – Police responded to a report of juveniles placing duct tape in the middle of the street. Officers tried to tell the individuals to let the professionals handle road repairs.
Thursday, September 15th
[San Ramon] 2:00 AM – Police pursued a vehicle driven by 15-year-old boy who took his parent’s car without their permission. Story here.
[Blackhawk] 4:00 PM – Deputies and officers responded to a report of an overturned vehicle that hit a tree on Blackhawk Road near the west gate. The driver was transported to a local hospital with minor/moderate injuries. A reader provided us a photo of the wreck here.
Friday, September 16th
[Danville] 11:00 AM – Officers and firefighters responded to a report of an explosion on Morninghome Road where a person was possibly injured. Officers arrived and found a man who had apparently been knocked unconscious after a truck tire exploded in close proximity. The man was transported to a local hospital for treatment.
[San Ramon] 4:00 PM – Officers responded to a report of a suspicious subject wearing a straw “cowboy” hat and checkered shirt playing loud music inside Home Depot. He was not located.
[San Ramon] 10:00 PM – East Bay Regional Parks Police officers and San Ramon Valley firefighters responded to a report of an unconscious man not breathing on a bench adjacent to the Iron Horse Trail near the San Ramon Walmart.
Officers from the San Ramon Police Department performed CPR on the man until he was pronounced deceased by firefighters a short time later. The death is still under investigation.
Saturday, September 17th
[Danville] 10:30 AM – Police responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle inside a parking lot. The caller reported that the occupant had a “strange look in his eyes.”