The Blotter | Woman arrested trying to sell jewelry

A woman was arrested in Piedmont after refusing to leave a front porch while apparently trying to sell jewelry door-to-door.

The incident happened the night of July 21. At 8 :52 p.m., she was reported to police. A white female wearing a black romper was attempting to sell jewelry at a residence on Linda Avenue. When Piedmont Police arrived, they investigated and detained the individual. It was discovered she had two warrants for DUI out of Alameda County and was taken to Santa Rita Jail in Dublin.

On July 19, a black 2019 Mercedes Benz E-350 or 400 convertible was stolen from Sandringham Road. The report was made at 10:30 a.m. The vehicle was recovered in Oakland on July 21. There are no suspect leads at this time.

A vehicle was recovered on MacArthur Boulevard in Piedmont on July 19. The unoccupied vehicle, a 2017 International Durastar box truck, was found at 1:55 p.m. when officers found it with the License Plate Reader camera in their car. The vehicle was not driveable when it was found and was towed.

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