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! CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA 4, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26, 2011 Page ,"4 0 POLICE LOG CONT. 0 HIT AND RUN CONT. 8:26 p.m. Caller from Ray's Food Place reports they have a juvenile in their custody who was caught shop- lifting. Juvenile was released to his parent. 8:54 p.m. Report of a possible prowler on S. East St. 11:38 p.m. Officer out with three subjects on Caledonian Ct. Thursday, Jan. 20 7:38 a.m. Citizen requests to speak to an officer regarding a text mes- sage she received. 8:57 a.m. Caller reports a semi tractor parked on Portofino Way since Sunday. 12:07 p.m. Caller reports a suspi- cious male subject stopped and asked her teenage daughter if she would like a ride. Advice given. 12:33 p.m. 911 caller reports a sub- ject from Canada is trying to scam her. 1:19 p.m. Citizen requeSts,to speak to an officer regarding a civil issue. 3:29 p.m. Caller reports there is about to be a fight at JEH on N. Washington St. 3:51 p.m. Caller on Tarman Dr. reports a group of subjects are about to start a fight at her house. Report taken. Officer contacted parents who were warned and advised. 11:13 a.m Report of a child custo- dy issue on S. Cloverdale Blvd. Ad- vice given. 11:24 a.m. Citizen on N Jefferson St. reports someone got into her un- locked vehicle during the night. 12:32 p.m. Report of a subject in a vehicle playing loud music on S. Cloverdale Blvd. near Los Pinos Market. 3:09 p,m Caller on Allen Ave. re- ports so~neone got into her vehicle last night and scattered contents of her glovebox. A pair of sunglasses were tal~en. 6:44 p.m. Report of a subject camping across from the train de- pot. OffiCer moved the subject along. 9:14 p.m. 911 caller reports her boyfriend jumped out of her car while she was driving on Main St. Caller s~ates the subject had been drinking. 9:57 pJm. Officer out with a sub- ject behind Kragen Auto Parts. Sub- ject was cited to appear. Sunday, Jan. 23 12:35 a.m Officer out on S. Clo- verdale Blvd. with three subjects. 1:08 a.m. Report of a loud party family, the youth was allowed to plead to a lesser charge of great bodily injury before Mr. Sanchez had died. Numerous questions have been raised about why the case was "rushed" through the pro- cess. The attorney pointed out that an early plea was entered "before the accident report, before the au- topsy report, and before Mr. Sanchez's death." According to Cloverdale Police Sgt. Scott Allred, the Sonoma Coun- ty DA's office called the police de- partment on Monday, Jan. 17, and asked them to follow up on the inci- dent. He said the department was assigned some tasks which are al- - most complete. Allred reported that a couple of days after the accident, the depart- ment was told by the DA's office that the case was completed and there was no need to do any addi- tional work, because it wouldn't change the outcome. This was told to the department presumably after the youth had pled guilty to the lesser charge: An autopsy was held on Jan. 3, which officer Mike Camp- bell attended. He was gomg to write it up, 'Allred said, but they they didn't proceed. Allred explained that when Clo- verdale Police make an arrest, they - do a follow-up investigation and then submit the paperwork to the DA's office. "They decide if there is enough information to file and in some cases they send it back for further follow up. He also explained that the juve- nile justice system works much fast- er. "We have to have our initial report to them in 24 hours which is what we did. They filed on it and went forward with the prosecu- tion." He said the purpose of the juvenile justice system is to rehabil- itate youth and "try to get them back on track," not to send them to jail. *DA Ravitch stated that her de- phi~tment is working with the Clo- verdale Police Department to make sure the::investigation is complete with regards to the cause of death; sIie said the police department was cooperathag fully. :'~She als0 said that there are provi- sions in the law that permit addi- ti6nal charges to be brought if an individual or a victim dies after a plea has been entered. Marijuana busts occur at four different places By Roberta Lyons On .Jan. 12, Sonoma County Sher- iff's Office Detectives, patrol depu- ties and officers from the Cloverdale Police Department served warrants on four residenc- es/properties in the Cloverdale area related to a marijuana investi- gation. According to Sgt. Steve Gossett of the Sonoma County Sheriff's nar- cotics unit, all of the locations and people involved are linked togeth- er. The first three locations includ- ed South Redwood Highway, (South Cloverdale Blvd.) Pepper- wood Dr., and Merlot. Later in the day, a home on North Washington St. close to Cloverdale High School to jail and complaints were filed on two others because they were not present at the sites. Wade Rowley, 53, was arrested and booked for alleged cultivation and possession for sales of marijua- na at the South Redwood Highway location. A second person, Esmee, 40; was not at the location but she was identified as the person alleg- edly responsible for growing oper- ations at two of the addresses. A complaint has been filed with the Sonoma County District Attorney's office for alleged possession for sales of marijuana and cultivation. A third person, Ed Covey, 75, was cited and released for "maintaining a place where narcotics were locat- was rscarched and two arrests were ed," Sgt. Gossett said. made. At the N. Washington St. resl- A total of' 1,922 plants were dis- covered, distributed among the various locations. Sheriffs don't re- lease the exact location of the resi- dences for numerous reasons, Sgt. Gossett explained. In all, a total of three people went dence, Christina Wheeler, 28; and Benjamin Wheeler, 31, were arrest- ed for alleged probation violations, cultivation and possession of mari- juana for sales and a pending charge for illegal prescription drugs, the Sergeant said. 4:54 p.m. Caller requests to speak to an officer regarding a subject ha- rassing her because she watches his grandma. 5:02 p.m. Citizen is m the lobby requesting to speak with an officer regarding stolen bikes found in the county that may have been stolen from the city. 7:16 p.m. Caller on Merlot re- quests to speak to an officer regard- mg a suspicious call. 11:33 p.m. Report of lights on and a door open at the Bear Republic on Sandholm Rd. Officer reports a em- ployee is working late. Friday, Jan. 21 1:32 a.m. Officer out with a female subject and a baby on S. Cloverdale Blvd. 6:31 p.m. Female subject reports a male subject called her yesterday at- tempting to scam her. Report taken. 7:37 a.m. Possible drunk driver on S. Cloverdale Blvd. 7:55 a.m. Officer out with a lure- nile on" Franklin St. Juvenile was warned and advised. 11:16 a.m. Officer reports a vehi- cle was vandalized at CHS. 12:21 p.m. Caller reports a male subject is yelling inside CVS. 2:48 p.m. Report of a non injury accident on S. Cloverdale Blvd. 8:38 p.m. Report of six juveniles yelling and harassing people as they walk by the area of JEH on N. Wash- on Hillview Dr. Music was turned down upon request. 1:28 a.m. Officer out with a suspi- cious subject on E. 2nd St. 1:33 a,m. Officer out at Fast & Easy for a gas pump hose that was stretched across the parking lot. 2:37 a.m. Report of a loud party on Vista View Dr. Subjects were warned and advised. 10:04 a.m. Caller on N. Jefferson St. reports finding three bases thrown on his property. 10:22 a.m. Officer out on W. First St. for a subject driving without a license. 11:22 ~a.m. Citizen requests to speak tO an officer, regarding a neighbor issue. 1:38 p.m. Caller reports a male and female subject with two small children are trying to row upstream on the McCray Rd. side of the River Park. Officer reports subjects checked OK. 4:19 p.m. Report of extremely loud bass coming from a vehicle parked on E. First St. 6:12 p.m. Caller requests to speak with an officer regarding a dispute with a neighbor. 10:15 p.m. Officer out at Shell Gas Station fgr a vehicle with expired registratibn but has a 2011 sticker on the license plate. Officer had the ve- hicle towed. ington St. ~l-06~:m~,_Qfficer out with a sub-FIRE CALLS o~ ~,~-B'[~. "-~'''~'--': Mondary, Jan. 17 " .... "" ....... ed ..... ~:~iii~day, Jan,~,22 ! M tcal azd on Josephine Dr. for~ 2126 a.m. Officer out with two a female subject having an allergic suspicious subjects on S. Franklin St. 8:29 a.m. Caller on Hillview Dr. reports someone got into his un- locked vehicle and took his wallet with his ID and credit cards. I(Y.I 1 a.m. Report of a two year old chil~wandering around Riesling St. reaction to medication. Medical aid on Elbridge Ave. for a male subject having back spasms. Tuesday, Jan. 18 Haz mat call on McCray Rd. for a resident complaining of a smell of ether. were told, "the case is finished," so Medical aid on'S. Cloverdale Blvd. for a male subject experienc- ing knee pain from a fall Wednesday, Jan. 19 Medical aid on N. Washington St. for a male subject with a broken collar bone. Medical aid on Clover Springs Dr. for a female subject with ab- dominal pain. Thursday, Jan. 20 Medical aid on Skyview Dr. for a male subject having stroke symp- toms. Medical aid on Shahan Dr. for a male subject with rapid heart rate. Vehicle accident on River Rd. Sin- gle vehicle off the shoulder with one occupant with minor injuries. Subject refused treatment. Incident was turned over to CHP. Friday, Jan 21 Medical aid on N. Jefferson St. for a female with pain from kidney stones. Saturday, Jan. 22 Report of a fall victim at the Riv- er. False alarm only. Medical aid on Cherry Creek Rd. for a subject with a hip problem. Medical aid on Geysers Rd. for a female subject feeling ill. Medical aid on Plumeria Ct. for a male fall victim ..... Sunday, jan. 23 . ~ _ Medical aid on W, Brookside Dr, n arusea;, .:.r 4,~.1~,!. -,,,,,! . ,),.m Medical aid on Alter St. for a 76 year old female complaining,of a headache. Lift assist on Wisteria Cir. for an 82 year old female needing assis- tance to her chair. Medical aid on Wisteria Cir. for a female subject with pain in her hip. Local call Cloverdale's market leader! 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As file officers attempt- e~:to get plate of the v~hicle and entered the IJ.S. 1 ' headed South- b~und of speed. ~te,i accelerated to o~ei As it passed each off ramp, the supect vehicle would turn off its headlights so that offic- ers wouldn't be able to see if it stayed on the freeway or took the off ramp. As the suspect vehicle in- creased its speed, Cloverdale units were unable to keep up with it and terminated the- pursuit approxi- mately one mile south of the Asti off ramp. Units from the S onoma County Sheriff's Department and Healds- burg Police picked up the pursuit as the vehicle continued south- bound on U.S. 101. Those units lost the vehicle as it exited into central Windsor. An alert Sonoma County Sheriff's Deputy later saw the three subjects in a different vehicle. That vehicle was stopped and the sub- jects arrested. Evidence from the Boonville crime connected that ve- hicle with the burgundy Town Car that was later found parked in Windsor, the Cloverdale Police Dept. reports. Morn arrested for assaulting gang member According to the Cloverdale Police Department, on Thursday, Jan. 20 at approximately 3:51 p.m. Cloverdale Police Officers Mike Campbell and Rudy Segobiano were dispatched to 18 Tarman Dr. for a possible fight. Upon arrival, officers determined that several gang members had come into the area to confront a 16 year old male. During the confrontation, their behavior caused a young female to call her mother for help. The mother arrived and allegedly attacked the lead gang member with a baseball bat. The mother, Christina Hermosillo, age 34,'Cloverdale, was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon. She later bailed to appear in Sonoma County Superior Court. The lead gang member was found to have a sharpened ice pick. in his vehicle as well as marijuana. Daniel Gomez Carreno, age 18, Cloverdale, was arrested for possession of a dangerious weapon and marijuana. He was unable to bail and was transported to County Jail. A 15 year old male was found to be in violation of his probation for hanging out with gang members and was arrested as well. He was later released to a parent on a citation to appear in Juvenile Court. salad and a Pepsi for each person,