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MORAGA: Police Investigate Incidents At Local Schools

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Moraga police are investigating a trio of apparently isolated incidents reported at local schools in recent days.

Officers were called to The Saklan School on School Street in Moraga on July 29 after officials there reported an overnight burglary at the private school, the thief or thieves making off with a flat screen television from one of the classrooms and “several” power tools from an outside maintenance shed.

Officers are pursuing the incident but reported no investigative leads to work on.

Police were also called to Saint Mary’s College last month, where officers initiated an investigation into the possible use of a computer for “inappropriate” purposes. Police remained tightlipped about the incident, but reported that “preliminary information” was obtained and that the incident was under investigation.

Police were called to the college again on Monday, Aug. 4 after a subject who was apparently barred from working directly with minors was observed in a setting in which they would have been under his or her direct supervision. Police said they spoke with the people supervising an event at the school and confirmed that the person in question had not been allowed to take part in the event after their past history was made known.

Police Chief Bob Priebe said the two cases were under investigation.