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www.cloerdalereveilte.com January 10, 2019 The Cloverdale Reveille Page 3 CLOVERDALE POLICE LOG The following are excerpted from Cloverdale Police Department daffy log entries Yard lurl rs and lawn campers, patio naps, screaming neighbors, pushy hotel visitors NDAY, DECEMBER 31 11:07 p.m. Burglary just occurred on Broad North Cloverdale Boulevard. Male subject on the 8:27 a.m. Sspicious person at a business on Street. Subject caught attempting to break into lawn. Moved along. Redwood Ighway. Male subject sleeping on the vehicle. Victim contacted. Report taken.SATURDAY, JANUARY 5 patio. Movd along. 11:59 p.m. Disturbance on Kings Circle. Civil 6:22 a.m. Petty theft at a business on south 8:49 a:m uspicious circumstances on Primrose Situation. CIoverdale Boulevard. Miscellaneous items tak- Lane. C er reports hole in window, suspects WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2 en. Report taken. mischie/nvolved. Report taken. 9:43 a.m. Vandalism on South East First Street. 7:37 a.rn. Suspicious person reported sleeping in 5:05 ptl. Disturbance on Rosewood Drive. Vehicle window broken. Report taken, a tent between the freeway and back of business Dom tic related incident. Resolved. 10:54 a.m. Suspicious vehicle on Allen Avenue where theft was previously reported. Reporting 7:02p.m. Non-injury accident on South and Hillview Drive. Vehicle red tagged, party reports more items missing. Requests extra CIo rdale Boulevard. Two vehicles blocking THURSDAY, JANUARY 3 patrol. ro,dway, requesting response from officer. 2:44 p.m. Suspicious circumstances on Douglas 10:50 p.m. Suspicious circumstances on Franklin (bntacted. Fir Circle. Caller requests speak to an officer Street. Bicycle left at church when three people J:53 p.m. Bicycle violations on Treadway Drive about undisclosed problem, also reports having were seen leaving the property. One subject con- and South Foothill Boulevard. Warned and difficulty breathing. Advised. tacted and cited for violation of probation. advised. 4:41 p.m. Warrant arrest at CIoverdale Police 11:38 p.m. Welfare check occurred on South 9:58 p.m. Drunk in public in front of a business Department on Broad Street. Citation issued. Cloverdale Boulevard. Caller reports male sub- on North CIoverdale Boulevard. Officer reports 8:17 p.m. Petty theft reported to the Cloverdale ject inside store does not appear well. Officer man down at the location. Transported to Police Station on Broad Street. Report taken, responded. Ambulance dispatched. Sonoma County Jail. Report taken. 9:29 p.m. Suspicious person at a business on SUNDAY, JANUARY 6 TUESDAY, JANUARY 1 North Cleverdale Boulevard. Moved along. 1:53 a.m. Disturbance on North CIoverdale 8:52 a.m. Suspicious circumstances at an office FRIDAY, JANUARY 4- Boulevard. Caller reports noise and female on Industrial Drive. Report of attempted burglary. 1:23 a.m. Warrant arrest at a business on South yelling in neighboring unit. Officers responded Report taken CIoverdale Boulevard. Subject transported to and residents counseled on noise and being 11:06 a.m. Prowler seen on Commercial Street Sonoma County Jail. good neighbors. and West First Street. Caller reports male sub- 1:33 a.m. Security check on South Cloverdale 3:42 a.m. Suspicious person at a motel on South ject on a bicycle looking in people's yards. Boulevard due to smoke. Residential fire. CIoverdale Boulevard. Caller reports male trying 4:50 p.m. Suspicious circumstances on Riesling Cloverdale Fire notified, to enter, demanding a room and banging on the Street. Male subject trying to get into reporting 8:39 a.m. Warrant arrest at Cloverdale Police door. Moved along. party's home. Suspect contacted and transported Station on Broad Street. Self surrender to war- 2:44 p.m. Misdemeanor hit and run on South to Sonoma County Jail rant. Report taken. Cloverdale Boulevard. Report taken. 9:22 p.m. Trespass opEast Cherry Creek Road. 12:12 p.m. Suspicious vehicle on Asti Road. 8:45 p.m. Suspicious person on North Cloverdale Subject previously w,-rned to stay off property. Vehicle red tagged. Boulevard. Officer contacted two, both warned to Advised. 2:04 p.m. Suspicious person at a business on stay off private property and moved along. CLOVERDALE FIRE LOG The following are excerpted from Cloverdale Fire Protection District daily log entries MONDAY, DECEMBER 31 Transported to Kaiser. 8:29 a.m. Lift assist on Merlot Drive. THURSDAY, JANUARY 3 2:39 p.m. Audio aid to Hopland for a 12:18 p.m. Agency assist on vehicle accident on Highway 101. University Street for structure fire. One confirmed fatality. 2:59 p.m. Medical aid on Wisteria 4:31 p.m. Medical aid on Pihe Circle for 78-year-old female with Mountain Road. Canceled. ; difficulty breathing. No transport. 7:24 plrn: Agency assist near - 3:29 p.m. Alarm on Port Circle. Highway 101 and South Cloverdale Upon arrival food found burning on Boulevard: Cleanup from a no-injury the stove, house filled with smoke. vehicle accident, i Home owner not at the scene. 10:41 p.m. Vehicle accident on FRIDAY, JANUARY 4 Highway 101 near Asti. Male found 12:37 a.m. Structure fire at unoccu- walking northbound with a lacera- pied home in Geyserville. lion on his head. Transported to Investigation pending. Memorial. 10:56 a.m. Agency assist in TUESDAY, JANUARY 1 Geyserville with a structure fire. 4:56 p.m. 52-year-old male with flu- Cancelled prior to arrival. like symptoms. Transported to 6:28 p.m. Medical aid on Venezia Sutter. Way for male patient feeling ill. 5:06 p.m. Medical aid on North Transported to Memorial. Washington Street for 2-year-old 8:02 p.m. Medical aid on Railroad boy with trouble breathing. Avenue for male patient feeling i11. Transported to Sutter. No transport. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2 SATURDAY, JANUARY 5 1:24 a.m. Life assist on Clark 10:06 a.m. Coroner's case on Avenue. Primrose Lane. 8:14 a.m. Medical aid on West 3:02 p.m. Smoke check under First Brookside Street for male patient Street bridge. Warming fire. with a ground-level fall. No trans- SUNDAY, JANUARY 6 port. 9:31 p.m. Medical Aid on Alter 8:48 a.m. Medical aid on North Street for 34-year-old male having Washington Street for a female seizures. Transported to Kaiser. experiencing loss of limbs. (. FAIl:{: now until Jan. 25. Leading up classic cars, equestrians and show will be on Feb. 16 and 17 to the fair, there will be multi- the pet parade. Those who and seating will be limited. Continued fron Page 1 pie rehearsal opportunities, enter will be contacted the Tickets are currently avail- The fair will also have two - week of Feb. 11 with all of able at the Citrus Fair Box is filling up ast. special desert contests; there their line-up instructions. Office. On Sundty, Feb. 17, babies will be one contest for deserts This year's fair will feature Adding to the fun, Butler will line m for their chance to that feature oranges as the some new attractions, includ- Amusements will be back at win the Bzby Derby. Entry primary ingredient, and ing a kids zone with a "go the Citrus Fair for the 41st forms ar available and are another that features lemons, west" gold rush theme, the year, providing a midway full due on Jm. 25. According to The Cloverdale Citrus Fair return of the camellia show of rides for everyone to enjoy. the Clo rdale Citrus Fair Parade will take place on Feb. and an enhanced cabaret pro- A11forms are due to the websit, participation is open 16 at 11 a.m. The parade will gram. Citrus Fair office -- they carl to cravlers only. run down N. Cloverdale In the kids zone, youngerbe mailed, dropped o/Tot talent show will also Boulevard, beginning at Third fairgoers will have the chance emailed to take?lace on Feb. 17; The Street and continuing until to pan for gold and participate int'o@cloverdalecitrusfair.org. shol will have three age divi- they reach the fairgrounds, in other themed activities. A11forms and more itfforma- siozs -- tiny (4-8), junior (9- Parade entries are also due on Guests of"Hideaway at thetion are available at 12' teen (13-17) and adult (18 Jan. 25 and the categories Cabaret" will be transported cloverdalecitrus air.org. The all over) -- those wishing to include floats, bands, to a Gatsby-style speakeasy Citrus Fair is located at 1 siowcase their talents can drill/flag teams, color guards, featuring music and a dinner Citrus Fair Dr. arn in an application from military and veterans groups, catered by KIN Smoke. 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Presentation: "The Impact of the U.S. Supreme Court Appointees: The ACLU's Ongoing Fight to Uphold the U.S. Constitution" Ms. Sun's presentation will include: the checks and balances role of the judicial branch, upcoming cases of crucial importance to civil rights, the perils of partisanship by U.S. Supreme Court Justices, and the long-term impacts of appointees. Input and questions from the public are encouraged. $I Sophomore, junior and our way of life?" The senior students at contest will run from Jan. Cloverdale High School 14 until Feb. 22. have a chance to Contest rules are participate in an essay included in flyers available contest that will offer cash at CHS. Three local judges prizes to the top two -- Joe Palla, Paula Wrenn winners. The intention of and A1 Delsid -- will read the contest is to encourage and collaborate on the students to research basic selection of the two democratic ideals and winners. consider their own roles in The two essay winners society, since they are the will be announced in ones shaping the future for March. Each will receive a all of Us. cash prize of $500 at a The essay theme is public ceremony held by "What are the rights, Cloverdale Indivisible, the responsibilities and core group sponsoring the values that constitute our contest. 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