Number of Vandalized Cars in Livermore Rises As Reports Come In

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 took to the streets Sunday night and the aftermath is still being processed.

On Sept. 1, between 11 p.m. and 2-3 a.m. Monday, Sept. 2, "someone with a pellet or BB gun drove through town shooting out cars," Livermore Police Officer Traci Rebiejo said.

The number, initially 30 has since risen to 38 and the damages are estimated at $12,000.

Similar vandalism has occurred in Livermore in the past but not recently, Rebiejo said.

Police do not have any leads yet, she said.

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.

Additional reporting by Autumn Johnson

Becky September 05, 2013 at 08:32 PM
@ kris smith, I was being sarcastic. I wasn't sure if you were being sarcastic about Livermore having a bad reputation compared to Pleasanton.
T. Brickle September 06, 2013 at 06:53 PM
@ Cat-Seriously? I desperately hope I am missing the joke in your comment. As much as I love my dog and would hate for her to succumb to the same fate as your "fluffy friend", I think we need to keep focused on the bigger picture and realize the acts perpetrated by these individuals have caused trouble for a lot of good people. It doesn't matter where these low-lifes call home or whether or not it happens in one city but not in another. What matters is a lot of folks have now had to spend their hard-earned money on repairing the damage that some degenerate or degenerates call "having fun". The other part of the bigger picture here is to get to know your neighbors and keep aware of who is in your neighborhoods and what they are doing. If something doesn’t seem right: Report it, don’t ignore it!
Such Troll September 06, 2013 at 07:12 PM
@ T. Brickle, Seriously? You my friend did, in fact, desperately miss the joke there. It has become clear that you are not to intelligent. You must be in law enforcement. Anyway, it's hard to believe that with the extent of this crime and the amount of victims there are that not one person had seen the car that caused it all. Point the blame in whatever direction you would like but it does seem to be a random act of criminal activity. I surely as a teen did my fair share of stupid things, but this is way beyond that. O and T.Brickle you are an idiot, in my humble opinion.
T. Brickle September 06, 2013 at 07:41 PM
@ Cat-My apologies for missing the humor. I actually agree with your comments other than your determination of my intelligence level and dispersion of the law enforcement community, of course. Perhaps our exchange is a perfect example of how sticking to the point at hand, instead of criticizing or attacking a fellow patch reader for sharing their opinion in an open forum like this, is more important and productive. A least it is, in my humble opinion.


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