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my nephew was caught by a family friend stealing my computer and jewelry from my home. I called the police and they said i had to see him myself for them to do anything. My sister arrived and fed the police a wild story. We lived in the Oakland hills with my parents. He had not lived there for awhile and did not have a key as I had the locks changed because he was constantly stealing from me. We are Creole. Mysisters children are half white and she is very fair. The police spent a hour talking to her and told me to stay in my room . When I heard them leaving I rushed downstairs to ask the officer why he had not taken my statement before leaving. He told me to step out on my porch and then arrested me for being drunk in public. I watched from the back of the patrol car as my meth addict nephew and my sister carried my possessions out of my home. I informed the officer that those were my things and neither of them lived there. I advised him that my keys were in my purse and I would not be able to reenter . He allowed my sister to go into my purse to get my keys, then having access to my home and the rest of my property. When I returned later that night my property had been stolen and vandalized. The officer assured me someone would stay until they left.Obviously, the fact that they let them obtain my purse and therefore my spare keys made this mute. I have been robbed of all of my inheritance as well as my own jewelry and possessions. I have been fearful to pursue this and when I called the ACLU for help they told me to report this to IAD first. I am extremely leary of dealing with the police myself. Even the other officers advised me to pursue this. Racism and prejudice caused me to loose tens of thousands of dollars of jewely, antiques, electronics, cash, china, silver,pictures,and memories that cannot be replaced. I am hoping you can advise me as to an atty who will help me soon. Thank you.