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www.cioverdalereveille.com January 24, 2019 * The Cloverdale Reveille Page 3 CLOVERDALE POLICE LOG The following are excerpted from Cloverdale Police Department daily log entries MONDAY, JANUARY 14 the Cloverdale Police Department on Broad warrant. 8:55 a.m. Neighborhood dispute reported to the Street. Walk in reports fraudulent Facebook 7:33 p.m. Warrant arrest on South Cloverdale Cloverdale Police Department on Broad Street. account created using her information. Advised. Boulevard and Brookside Drive. Subject trans- Advice given. 4:28 p.m. Suspicious circumstances at a motel ported to Sonoma County Jail. 12:47 p.m, Vandalism at Kings Circle. on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Possible fraud. 10:02 p.m. Court order violation reported to the Management to handle. Advised. Cloverdale Police Department on Broad Street. 1:55 p.m. Vandalism reported at Citrus Fair Drive 10:03 p.m. Suspicious person(s) outside a Report taken. underpass. Activity not as reported. Officer con- church on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Moved 10:22 p.m. Suspicious person(s) on Broad tacted. Subject warned and advised, along Street. Two subjects sleeping behind a building 2:12 p.m. Suspicious vehicle on North Main 10:11 p.m. Suspicious person reported to be lot- across the street from the Cloverdale Police Street. Officer reports registered owner staying tering by businesses on South Cloverdale Department on Broad Street. Moved along. with someone in the area. Reporting party Boulevard. Repeatedly warned. Moved along. SUNDAY, JANUARY 20 advised. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16 8:49 a.m. Suspicious person(s) on South 3:44 p.m. Possible fraud occurred at a gas eta- 9:06 a.m. Suspicious vehicle occupied on North Cloverdale Boulevard. Several transients tion on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Credit card Jefferson Street. Reporting party advised, camped outside a church. Requested move fraud occurred after transaction at local gas eta- 12:16 p.m. Petty theft on Sandholm Lane. along but they are slow to do so. Moved along. tion. Advised. License plate taken from trailer. Report taken. 11:51 a.m. Petty theft report/Dispute on 4:17 p.m. Disturbance at a business on East 2:21 p.m. Disturbance on School Street. Caller Healdsburg Avenue. Caller reports that his Second Street. Subject took items and was reports neighbor is screaming and yelling at neighbor stole his drill. He is currently waiting chased. Subject located and detained. Warned them as they are cleaning their gutters. Advised. outside of neighbors' apartment and refuses to and advised to not return. 2:43 p.m. Neighborhood dispute on Sherwood leave. Believes that neighbor is inside with his 8:14 p.m. Disturbance on South Cloverdale Circle. Caller reports neighbors are loud. Advice drill. He has requested neighbor return it but his Boulevard. Report of two males physically fight- given, neighbor says that it isn't his. Officer reports, ing, one possibly in possession of a bat. Gone on 4:32 p.m. Neighborhood dispute at Kings Circle. unfounded. arrival. Caller reports neighbor has a visitor who has left 2:02 p.m. Suspicious circumstances on Clark TUESDAY, JANUARY 15 a walker in the right of way of other tenants. Avenue. Caller reports that there is an extra 4:57 a.m. Suspicious person on South Reporting party advised to contact management amount of people coming and going from a Ioca- Cloverdale Boulevard. Moved along, as act is not criminal in nature, tion on the street. They appear to be transient 5:04 a.m. Suspicious person(s) on North 6:36 p.m. Hit and run misdemeanor on South and they may not have good intentions. Cloverdale Boulevard. Two subjects moved Cloverdale Boulevard. Officer reports sign down. Requests extra patrol in the neighborhood. along. THURSDAY, JANUARY 17 Advice given. 9:01 a.m. Vandalism at cemetery on East First 1:40 a.m. Warrant arrest on South Cloverdale 2:54 p.m. Court order violation reported to the Street. Referred to Public Works. Boulevard. Cloverdale Police Department on Broad Street. 9:57 a.m. Suspicious vehicle occupied on Vine 10:28 a.m. Warrant service on North Jefferson Walk in reports violation of domestic violence Street. Unable to locate. Street and South Cloverdale Boulevard. Citation order. Report taken. 10:25 a.m. Welfare check requested on South issued. 3:59 p.m. Petty theft on North Jefferson Street. Franklin Street for a transient who entered a 10:40 a.m. Suspicious person on North Caller reports $50 worth of firewood has been location, "trashed" the facilities and left on foot. Cloverdale Boulevard. Subject sleeping in sleep- taken from her yard. Unable to locate, ing bag. Moved along. 6:04 p.m. Neighborhood dispute on Porterfield 10:30 a.m. Disturbance on Railroad Avenue. 6:02 p.m. Warrant arrest on South Foothill Drive Creek Drive. Reporting party advised. Caller reports patron agitated and disoriented, and Chablis Way. 7:15 p.m. Domestic disturbance on Elbridge Citation issued. 6:24 p.m. Disturbance on Sunrise Drive. Three to Avenue. Report of physical assault. Advised. 12:42 p.m. Disturbance (fight) reported to the four subjects involved. Verbal only between fatal- 10:09 p.m. Suspicious circumstances at the Cloverdale Police Department on Broad Street. ly members. Subjects advised. Cloverdale cemetery on East First Street. Walk in requesting assistance with intoxicated SATURDAY, JANUARY 19 Gravesite has been dug up and there are two family member. Officer reported warned and 1:59 p.m. Suspicious circumstances on coffins exposed with the lids removed. Report advised regarding driving. Treadway Drive. Shoplifting suspect arrested taken. 2:53 p.m. Suspicious circumstances reported to and transported to Sonoma County Jail for CANNABIS: Continued from Page 1 schools/daycares, 200 feet from parks/libraries/youth centers and 100 feet from residential zoning. One resident, Joanne Parker, asked to hear the district has been changed multiple times during the ordinance review process. During the Sept. 25 city council meeting, the council recommended eliminating commercial cannabis use in the downtown commercial zone and transit-oriented district (TOD) zoning areas, applicants. "I think that we need a wholesale review for the zoning in transit-oriented development and our downtown core, and I would prefer to put any of the applicants on hold," Bagby said. "I understand that I'm in the minority, but I want to You Now Have A Cost Conscious Choice Alternative Cremation Services $1295" * Add'l mileage may apply to Coastal Sonoma County Mention this ad for a discount in services through February 2019 Toll Free: 855-303-6449 FredYoung FuneralHome.com FD 1944 justification regarding why there is a 200-foot setback from youth centers, but a 600- who have applied for foot setback from schools, locations in those areas. "It seems to me as a person During the Nov. 13 council with a small child in town, meeting, the council voted to ~buth centers do seem to be allow dispensaries in TOD, a little less monitored than but not in the downtown the school environments, they district. With some debate, seem a little more exposed," Parker said. According to Cook, the decision was made in part because of the impact that increasing the setback to youth centers would have, making it increasingly more difficult for dispensaries to exist in town. The cannabis license types allowed in each zoning Tuesday's council meeting resulted in the council (3-1) supporting dispensary applications for both zoning but decided to grandfather in express the minority opinion current dispensary applicants I know that our transit- oriented development zoning needs to be shaped up so that we are eligible for as many transportation dollars as we can possibly get." During public comment Erin Gore, owner of The Garden Society, commented in favor of supporting dispensaries in the downtown zoning area: "A dispensary areas, similar to what would be in Cloverdale sees between 300 Cruz, Turner and Welter were in favor of allowing dispensaries in both areas, while Bagby said she believes that the areas should go through a rezoning process before approving any ACROSS I .~ 3 1 Nickelodeon's explorer 12 and 350 visits per day, and that's data pulled from a similar town to Cloverdale here in Sonoma County ! really think it's important for it to be in downtown commercial. I think it's the best place for a dispensary, because of the foot traffic that it creates." When it comes to next steps for the ordinance, the majority of the council directed it to be brought back to the council once changes are made. 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Transported to Transported to sutter Hospital. Kaiser. 1:33 p.m. Medical aid on Railroad TUESDAY, JANUARY 15 Avenue for a male patient with 6:43 p.m. Public assist at Kings shortness of breath. Transported to Circle. Smoke alarm replacement. Healdsburg General Hospital. 8:27 p.m. Medical aid on Church 9:14 p.m. Lift assist on Brookside Lane for a male patient feeling ill. Drive. SATURDAY, JANUARY 19 No transport. 1:43 a.m. Medical aid on South WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16 Cloverdale Boulevard for a male 9:05 a.m. Removed down tree complaining of stomach pain. No blocking the roadway on Highway transport. 128. SUNDAY, JANUARY 20 8:28 p.m. Removed down tree from 2:28 a.m. Medical aid for a male the roadway on East First Street patient on Cherry Creek Road with THURSDAY, JANUARY 17difficulty breathing. Transported to 1:53 a.m. Lift assist on Northstar Memorial Hospital. Lane. Female patient transported to 4:53 a.m. Medical aid on Primrose Kaiser Hospital. Lane for a female patient with stom- 4:41 p.m. Removed down tree from ach pain. TransPorted to Sutter the roadway on Highway 118. Hospital. More online Check online for a story covering the potential budget for North Bay Fire Administration, which will potentially be discussed at the County Board of Supervisors next meeting on Saturday, Jan. 26. Connect with us on tnstagram @cloverdalereveille #MyNewspaper Saturday January 26 z~ 'ZANDER VALLEY Cloverdale Ale Co. (AKA Ruth McGowan's) 6:3019:30 PM D.M E "EVEILLE PUBLISHER: Rollie Atkinson ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER: Sarah Bradbury MANAGING EDITOR: Andrew Pardiac EDITOR: Zo~ Stfickland SPORTS EDITOR: Greg Clementi STAFF WRITERS: Heather Bailey, E.i. 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