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Trick or Treating Generally Safe, Uneventful, Police Say

The passenger in this SUV parked at the curb in the Gold Coast on Halloween last night was dead tired. (Action Alameda News)

The passenger in this SUV parked at the curb in the Gold Coast on Halloween last night was dead tired. (Action Alameda News)

Halloween night was mostly safe and uneventful, last night, Alameda police say.

Lieutenant Rob Frankland of the Alameda Police Department worked as the Watch Commander last night, and took a moment this morning, during his day off, to provide a summary of All Hallows’ Eve police activity.

“It was a very busy night, with thousands of people in town trick-or-treating,” Frankland wrote, by e-mail. “As usual, the busiest areas of town were the Gold Coast and the East end near High Street. We were prepared for a busy night and had maximum staffing working between dusk and midnight.”

Frankland said that there were no significant violent crimes, injury accidents, or other injuries last night.

However, “there were a number of arrests made for public intoxication, outstanding warrants, and three people (two juveniles and one adult) were arrested for driving a stolen car in the 1800 block of Grand Street, which had been taken from the 400 block of Buena Vista Avenue on Wednesday.”

It was a busy night, Frankland continued, but one without any major incidents.

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