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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY, JAN. 6, 2010- Page 3 O POLICE LOG CONTo O Arrests made at Caledonian Ct. 7:19 a.m. Search warrant exer- cised on Caledonian Ct. 8:54 a.m. Report of alcohol stolen during the past night at a local mini-mart. 10:03 a.m. Dog owner on Cherry Creek Rd. was warned and advised due to barking dog complaint. 11:33 a.m. Report of a lost Blue Heeler with brown paws and a mostly black face. She was wearing a collar and a name tag. The dog's name is Calie. She was reported lost from a Hillview Dr. address. 11:34 a.m. Report of a found black and white Border Collie on Pepperwood Dr. 4:37 p.m. Garden Cir. resident re- quested advice from officer regard- ing a juvenile issue. 8:16 p.m. Fireworks reported on N. Jefferson St. 10:29 p.m. Report of two subjects on the roof at Washington School. Officer warned and advised three kids. 11:42 p.m. Officer initiated con- tact with a suspicious person near Ace Hardware. Friday, Jan. 1 1:15 a.m. Caller reported a loud party on Tarman Dr. Officer con- tacted residents and they said mu- sic would be turned off for the night. 1:22 a.m. Loud music reported on Lake St. Officer warned and ad- vised and replied that music would be turned down. 1:49 a.m. Loud music and talking reported on Commercial St. Officer advised that music would be turned down. 2:02 a.m. Loud music still coming from Tarman Dr. party. 2:04 a.m. Fight reported on Brookside. Ambulance called then cancelled. 4:11 a.m. Parent reported that 17 year old daughter has not come home for two days. Advice given. 9:06 a.m. Officer issued a moving violation citation on Venezia Way. 9:28 a.m. Damage to street sign reported at Alter St. and Tarman Dr. 10:27 a.m. Report of a loose brown/red male dog in a Pinot Way backyard. The dog was taken to Kings Kastle. 11:22 a.m. Parent in the lobby re- questing to speak with an officer regarding ongoing problems with daughter. 1:21 p.m. Officer met with a citi- zen on Caledonian Ct. to discuss what happened there the previous day. "2;05' p,m. Father requested to speak with an officer regarding his son and related custody issues. 2:37 p.m. Report of two people in Vintage Meadows Park with their dogs off leash. This was reported as an ongoing problem. 4:58 p.m. Officer at Buckeye Cir. for civil standby. 5:45 p.m. Report of a 16 year old male selling jewelry. He then asked the reporting party to use the bath- room. While in the bathroom, the subject took jewelry from the re- porting party and walked away from the residence in an unknown direction. 5:54 p.m. Juvenile problem re- ported on Vista View Dr. 6:53 p.m. Report of a group of kids all dressed in dark clothing riding their bikes against traffic. Caller said he almost hit them. Of- ficer will be on the lookout. 7:59 p.m. Found black Lab turned over to owner. 10:24 p.m. Officer initiated con- tact with a suspicious vehicle at Asti Rd. and Theresa Dr. Saturday, Jan. 2 10:56 a.m. Citizen requested a civil standby as he removed prop- erty from a Chelsea Cir. address. 1:16 p.m. Report of a girl's purple mountain bike found on Tarman Dr. 1:29 p.m. Report of an unwanted customer at a local liquor store. 2:48 p.m. CPD assisted the Sher- iff's Office with subjects trespass- ing at Crocker and Levee Road. 3:40 p.m. Report of a possible parking violation on Haselden Dr. Officer advised the vehicle was parked on a private drive and is not parked illegally. 3:46 p.m. Husband reported that his wife received harassing phone calls. Officer gave advice as to how to handle. 3:56 p.m. Father reported his ju- venile daughter is running away. 4:00 p.m. Resident on W. Second St. reported that a man who lives nearby speeds to and from an apartment on his Harley Davidson motorcycle. 4:14 p.m. Loose yellow Lab re- ported on Furber Ln. 5:41 p.m. A S. Cloverdale Blvd. resident reported finding their hose in the front yard turned on full blast. Caller wanted the police to be advised. 8:53 p.m. Report of vehicles blocking one end of Alana Way. Sit- uation resolved. Sunday, Jan. 3 1:22 a.m. Caller on Oakbrook Ln. reports two loose Pit Bulls ran to- ward town when she drove up. 2:34 a.m. Caller on Orange Dr. reports two Pit Bulls just killed a cat. 12:03 p.m. Caller requests to set up a counseling session with an of- ricer and his juvenile son. Advice given. 1:57 p.m. Caller on Vista View requests an officer be on the look out for his juvenile daughter who left the residence without permis- sion. 2:09 p.m. Caller on S. Main St. reports several skateboarders in the parking lot near Antiques & Uniques. 5:09 p.m. Caller on Vista View reports his daughter walked away from the residence without permis- sion. 9:18 p.m. Caller on Clark Ave. re- ports someone threw a rock through his window. Report taken. r "An old [ashioned store, rich in nostalgia and charm, yet meets the needs o[ today's town [olk as well. " EYE ON THE EAGLE: im A community communication from the Cloverdale Unified School District 'i OUR MISSION: Cloverdale Unified School District provides ALL students with equity and access to the knowledge, skills, and educational opportunities to achieve high academic  standards in a changing global society, as measured by state and local assessments. CL)VL k['A[_E PIT BULLS been notified to look for the two loose pit bulls running around in the neighborhood. "We are concerned the attacks could escalate from animal to child," he commented. One of the reported cats that was killed lived on Orange Drive. The affected neighborhoods include East Third, Kings Circle, and Oak Brook, which is where the donkey was attacked. Officer McDonald has been out with officers every day trying to find the dogs. "We have made a Genuinely Cloverdale Unified Schoo. District 2010 Cloderdale Unified School District is proud to offer: a safe, nurturing learning environment stimulating curriculum which prepares students for the next step in their education, including college and life after high school a highly qualified staff who are dedicated to doing whatever it takes to help students reach their goals opportunities to develop meaningful relationships with teachers, staff and other students FIRE CALLS Monday, Dec. 28 Medical aid on Chablis Way for a female subject with chest pains. Tuesday, Dec. 29 Medical aid in Geyserville for a vehicle accident near Canyon Rd. Cloverdale Fire was cancelled. Wednesday, Dec. 30 Medical aid on Asti Rd. for a fe- male fall victim. Thursday, Dec. 31 Medical aid on Josephine Dr. for a possible overdose of prescription drugs. Report of a bed set on fire on Levee Rd. Friday, Jan. 1 Medical aid on Franklin St. for a female with a pain in her side. Medical aid on Brookside Dr. for a male subject with a laceration un- der his right eye. Medical aid on N. Jefferson St. for a female fall victim. Medical aid on River Rd. for a male subject that went unconscious and is non-responsive. Saturday, Jan. 2 Medical aid on N. Jefferson St. for a male subject with difficulty breathing. Medical aid on Brookside Dr. for a female subject having a seizure. Medical aid on Lake St. for a male subject feeling ill. Sunday, Jan. 3 Report of a debris fire on Vista CONT. significant effort to locate the dogs and find out who the owner is," the policeman said. Meanwhile the family is hoping the $500 reward will bring some results. If you have any informa- tion about these dogs contact the Cloverdale Police Department. Over the past several months, the Cloverdale Police Department has received numerous complaints of drug related activity occurring at 100 Caledonian Court and 100 Caledonian Court, Unit "A." Ac- cording to Chief Mark Tuma, of the Cloverdale Police Department, based upon months of neighbor complaints, continuous suspicious activity, drug related arrests and an environment unsafe for children, police department officers com- piled a case and prepared and drafted a search warrant for the in- terior of both residences. The action resulted in the arrests of Robert Dennis Karis, 49, of Clo- verdale for an outstanding misde- meanor DUI warrant out of San Mateo County, and three charges alleging possession of more than one ounce of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and illegal possession of hypodermic needles. Officers also arrested Linda Dee Swaney, 48, of Cloverdale also for alleged possession of more than one ounce of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and illegal possession of hypodermic needles. Both Karis and Swaney were tak- en into custody and issued citations to appear in Sonoma County Supe- rior Court. On Dec. 31, 2009 at 7:15 a.m. of- fleers from the Cloverdale Police Department responded to the Cale- donian Court residences and served the search warrant. Officers detained Karis and Swaney in the upstairs apartment and com- menced to search both residences, police say. The tenant of the main house was not at home. During the search of both resi- dences, officers located and seized in excess of three ounces of mari- juana, several used glassine pipes commonly used for smoking illegal controlled substances, and in excess of 40 used hypodermic needles. As the police department pointed out, this incident is the culmination of on-going investigation involving Sonoma County Child Protection Services. The case is still under in- vestigation. DOMAIN STORY problem," he said, noting that the clouded title on the land could be an expensive problem for the city. The city and Sirrah, LLC, have agreed that a formal offer was not necessary since the parties have ne- gotiated a settlement and currently are drafting that agreement. The agreement reached with Sirrah involves the city allowing Sirrah ac- cess to its property off of Asti Road. A discussion between lawyers reached a fair resolution, Danly said, and a private access easement to Asti Road from the west side of the parcel will be granted. Also, the SMART CONT. art individually powered rail cars - the detailed specifications for those vehicles have yet to be written. SMART has contracted with LTK Engineering Services to develop the specifications over the coming months. In addition to the highly techni- cal details, the vehicle specifica- tions will include items that directly relate to passenger comfort and convenience aboard SMART's trains. These include accommoda- tions for disabled passengers, bicy- cle storage, rest rooms, wireless internet access, seating configura- tion, the ability to serve food and drink on-board and other options. The workshop is designed to gather public input regarding these choic- es. The Jan. 13 workshop will be at the San Rafael Corporate Center's Tamalpais Meeting Room, 750 Lin- daro St., San Rafael. SMART is a 70-mile passenger train and multi-use pathway project that will provide daily train service to 14 stations between Clo- verdale, in northern Sonoma Coun- ty, and Larkspur, in Marin County. Voters in both counties approved Measure Q, a one-quarter percent sales tax to fund the project, in No- vember 2008. Train service is sched- uled to begin in Fall 2014. ..... 5.  GaG i; ;nl00, 0000olumbuo ' .... - " ,..:::f::i! ...... ...... -.7%i/ 00nnual CIOPPINO FEED Saturdav, Januarv16 Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Cloverdale Citrus Fair $40. per person: Includes Cioppino, Salad, Dessert & Wine! Tickets are available from Napa Auto Parts or any Knights of Columbus member! View Dr. Discarded ashes caught fire causing minor damage to a parked vehicle and residence. city will receive an easement for part of its sewer line that runs across property owned by Sirrah. Complicating the issue is that the parcel is currently under the Will- iamson Act, which lowers the pay- ment of property taxes as long as the parcel remains undeveloped. This act was designed to preserve open space and agricultural lands in the State of California. The best way to get out from under the Will- iamson Act contract is to use the process of eminent domain, Danly explained, which is how the city will be acquiring the parcel. The City of Cloverdale has made its position clear that it opposes the development of a casino here. Dan- ly said that the city negotiating the agreement on this property is not to facilitate construction of the casino, but to acquire clear title on the city- owned parcel in an amicable way that avoids expense to the city. Senior residents, pictured above, of Cloverdale Healthcare Center and Summerfield Healthcare Center, both part of the Ensign group of skilled nursing facilities, wanted to give back to their communities.They formed a group called"Knots of Love," making no sew tie blankets for children at the Valley of the Moon youth center. After three months they were able to donate more than 20 blankets and some toys. 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