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30 Cars Vandalized in Livermore Overnight

Police are asking for witnesses or homeowners with video surveillance to come forward to help with this case of felony vandalism.

LIVERMORE, Ca: Car windows broken by vandals overnight. Photo provided by Officer Traci Rebiejo
LIVERMORE, Ca: Car windows broken by vandals overnight. Photo provided by Officer Traci Rebiejo
Vandals roved the streets of Livermore overnight shooting out the windows of at least 30 parked cars, Livermore Police Officer Traci Rebiejo said.

"Last night between 11 p.m. and 2 or 3 a.m., someone with a pellet or BB gun drove through town shooting out car windows," Rebiejo said. "We have taken 30 reports so far and have more coming in."


Rebiejo says many car owners did not know they had been victimized until they were contacted by police who had been scouring the neighborhood. Rebiejo urges anyone who discovers that they were victims of vandalism to call the police for a report. 

According to Rebiejo, police are hoping that homeowners in the area may have caught the suspect or suspects on home video surveillance.

Streets where cases of the car vandalism was reported:
  • Murdell Lane
  • Wagoner
  • Fontette Avenue
  • Encino
  • Anna Maria Street
  • Roselli Drive
  • Leland Way
  • Cedar Drive
  • Alameda Avenue
  • Alameda Drive
  • Placer Circle
  • Obsidian
  • Daisy Field
  • Vancouver Way
  • Laguna Street
  • Walsh Street 
  • Olivina Avenue
  • El Padro Drive
Livermore Police ask that if you have any information about the vandalism, witnessed anything suspicious on the streets listed during those hours or if you are a homeowner with video surveillance, to call 925-580-9665 and ask for Officer Traci Rebiejo.
Becky September 05, 2013 at 05:06 PM
How do we know that it wasn't people coming over from Pleasanton to shoot out windows?
Serene September 05, 2013 at 05:07 PM
I think you're onto something, Becky!
Eric Hanson September 05, 2013 at 06:57 PM
@libertus_rebelium rectumus... I hope you're right that Livermore PD is much finer than the very real issue my friend had to fix with the SJ PD. And if the perps are caught they are deserving of a good ol' Singaporean style caning. I am certain I share your enthusiasm for ridding roads of irresponsible operators... and before the unconstitutional checkpoints, there were plenty of opportunities to pull over drunks. Nobody has a right to stop every vehicle for a checkpoint however good it might make you feel. I was recently deprived of my right to pass freely down a road at such a checkpoint and the constitutionally-ignorant officer asked "where are you coming from" to which I replied "I'm not here to be interviewed!". For my own selfish reason of wanting to get home to my kids, I went along with the subsequent request to follow finger with eye and "blow as hard as (I) can" on glove. Had I not acted selfishly I'd have risen to my own duty as citizen to full rejected any improper request until presented with a "probable cause" beyond lawfully driving down the "wrong" road. There are any number of legitimate causes to pull over a driver that might be intoxicated... swerving, speeding, driving to slow, improper lane change, broken tail lamp, etc. Stopping without probable cause is UNCONSTITUTIONAL and even you probably realize as much. I'm sure you also know (or at least hope you do) of Ben Franklin's fine words on the subject... paraphrasing... "Anyone trading essential Liberty for safety deserve neither and will soon lose both". However much a non-man might get jollies from random stops, no actual man trades the "safety" associated with checkpoints for the absurd disregard for liberty that these represent. And back to the subject... hope otherwise very fine Livermore PD live up to high expectations and that the combination of their efforts and citizen support catch the jackal perps.
Eric Hanson September 05, 2013 at 07:00 PM
@A cat in A hat... OMG... looks like we found a motive and a prime suspect. Nice confession.
Such Troll September 05, 2013 at 08:16 PM
O shoot, I mean sh*t. HAHAHA

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