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www, cioverdalereveille,com March 7, 2019 The Cloverdale Reveille Page 3 CLOVERDALE POLICE LOG The following are excerpted from Cloverdale Police Department daffy log entries MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25 12:02 p.m. City crew call on School 9:34 p.m. City crew call on North 9:02 a.m. Suspicious circumstances Street and North Foothill Boulevard. Jefferson street. Reporting party on McNair Road. Caller reports male Reporting party reports tree down at reports the culvert at the bottom of subject on father's property entered location, causing flooding from the the North Jefferson extension is through a locked gate. CPD canine creek, clogged and beginning to flood. responded and detained subjects 12:06 p.m. Traffic hazard on Requests public works assistance. until Sonoma County Sheriff's Office Highway 128. Walk-in reports tree 10:39 p.m. City crew call on arrived, down, blocking one lane. Referred to Portofino Way. Reporting party 5:10 p.m. Accident on South other agency, reports mud is flooding backyard, CIoverdale Boulevard and Del Webb 12:49 p.m. City crew call on Asti moving past house and into street. Drive. Officer reports no medical Road and Citrus Fair Drive. Report Referred to other agency. needed, of tree down across Asti, blocking 10:30 p.m. City crew call on North 7:38 p.m. Drunk driving on South the roadway. Jefferson Street. Reporting party CIoverdale Boulevard overpass at 2:03 p.m. Parking violation on South reports flooding is almost across the the South Cloverdale East Street. Caller requests road and heading toward her house, Boulevard/Northbound South information regarding parking on the believes it will be a mud flood similar Cloverdale offramp. Caller reports street, reports tenants are having to two year ago. Dispatch to notify erratic driving, swerving, crossing conflicts and want to know the public works. lanes and excessive braking, legality of parking fights on public 10:42 p.m. Security check at Transported to county jail. streets. Advised that vehicles may business on West Third Street. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26 be parked lawfully on any public Heavy flooding at the back of the 9:21 a.m. Traffic hazard on Pine street and no public parking space parking lot of business, flowing onto Mountain Road and Geysers Road. may be claimed by a resident. West Third Street and the Boulevard. Reports of partial mudslide up Pine 3:05 p.m. Caller reports power 10:50 p.m. Officer initiated activity on Mountain Road from Geysers Road. outage on Oakbreok Lane and Las Colinas Drive. Officer reports One lane only, but appears to be requests update on restoral. Also flooding at this address and getting worse. Referred to other advises that the river is ready to neighbor's address. agency, crest. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27 10:57 a.m. Traffic hazard on Kings 3:27 p.m. Traffic complaint on East 3:55 a.m. Assist on Highway 128. Circle and East Third Street. Reports First Street and North CIoverdale Reporting party reports three to four that creek has crested and is Boulevard. Reports that traffic light is feet of mud on roadway, looks to be overflowing down East Third Street. not functioning, a fresh mudslide. Transferred to Public works notified. 4:26 p.m. Citizen assist on Railroad CHP. 10:58 a.m. Suspicious person on Avenue. Citizen's residence has 6:51 a.m. City crew call on Geysers South Franklin Street and Riesling water inside. Advised of the location Road. Officer reports mudslide and Street. Reporting party reports a tall of sandbags, power line down. referred to other male with an umberella going 9:19 p.m. Security check on Crocker agency. through garbage and looking in cars. Road. Officer reports that water in THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28 Unable to locate, the vineyards is about to crest. 10:40 a.m. Warrant arrest on 11:59 a.m. City crew call on Railroad Swing and grave shift officers will northbound 101 and Geysers Road. Avenue. Reporting party reports continue to monitor the area. 6:05 p.m. Non-injury accident on water backing up on Railroad 9:34 p.m. Stranded motorist on Old Merlot Drive. Medical declined. Avenue. Public works advised and Redwood Highway. Caller reports 6:53 p.m. Drunk driving on Merlot put out flood signs, white 4D possibly stranded. Drive. FRIDAY, MARCH 1 8:24 a.m. Burgulary reported on Red Mountain Drive. Reporting party states their shed was broken into and some of their equipment was stolen. 11:02 a.m. Suspicious person at school on North Street. Reports a male on a bicycle carrying a red gas can approaching students. Officer reports subject never made contact with students and is no longer in the area. 9:24 p.m. Suspicious circumstances at business on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Reporting party reports people inside trailer where people were arrested earlier. Reporting party saw flashlights moving inside of cabin. People are organizing stuff and will be moving the RV. SATURDAY, MARCH 2 7:45 a.m. Hit and run misdemeanor on North Cloverdale Boulevard. reporting party reports someone backed into her white Yukon sometime during the night. 3:11 p.m. Suspicious person at business on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Reporting party reports woman wearing a green fishing hat, shorts with black leggings and carrying a blue Batman backpack was yelling and screaming at customers. Reporting party thinks she is under the influence. Warned and advised. SUNDAY, MARCH 3 10:34 a.m. Vandalism on Mayor Way. Caller reports subject threw a rock and damaged windshield of vehicle parked on the street. Surveillance footage shows event, suspects contacted after leaving. CLOVERDALE AMBULANCE LOG The Cloverdale Healthcare District posts recent ambu- lance dispatch information on its website, chcd-ambulance.com. 9LL~6ggV ~69~9LLS ~L ~g96L Lgg6Z9 V~ L~9SB Lg6 6 9~g~SZ9 9L~86LgCg 9S69 gV~L ~Z bLS698 ACROSS 1 Final bio 5 Enervate ---1 8 Venomous ------ vipers , 12 Hawaii's capi- i tal m 14 Onetime head 22 of Iran --- 15 "What Not to Wear" spe- cialty 16 Greek vowel 17 "-- the season to be jolly" 18 Improvised 39 musically 20 Pacific or Atlantic --- 23 Presidential "no" 24 Drink all at once 48 Imagine in 25 Time between detail connecting 49 Scruff flights 50 24 hours 28 Pitch 51 Grandson of 29 Lively dance Eve 30 Spot on a domino DOWN 32 Hollow pastry 1 Resistance 34 Grown-up nits unit 35 Rewrite, 2 Squeezy maybe snake 36 Luxury boat 3 Pen pal? 37 Forcible 4 ID on "CSI," restraint maybe 40 A billion years 5 Yukon and 41 Acknowledge Tahoe, for ex. 42 Morning-after 6 Beer cousin ailment 7 Seller of food, 47 Viral video, e.g. often m 6 23 ----- m m ) I0 tl mm 26 27 30 31 IiI 48 44 45 46 8 "l, Robot" 33 Paul author Reubens' 9 Buy stuff character 10 -- de foie Herman gras 34 Woolly 11 Roe provider 36 Boo--Boo's 13 Pork cut buddy 19 On 37 Rhett's 20 Tenth too. shocking 21 Fellow word 22 Franc 38 Eye layer replacement 39 Cavort 23 Man's man 40 A deadly sin 25 Bestowed 43 Literary col- profusely lection 26 Grand tale 44 Moving truck 27 Opulent 45 Id counterpart 29 Pantheon 46 Notes group between dos 31 Favorite and mis Ancient words and civiliza- tions will be the subjects of two upcoming lecture series sponsored by the Healdsburg chapter of the American Association of University Women (AAUW), to begin in March at the Raven Performing Arts Center. The two lecture series will last for six sessions and the participa- tion fee is $95. All proceeds support local educational pro- gram and scholarships for local women and girls. "Undaunting Dante: Art & Music of the Divine Comedy," will be led by Kayleen Asbo, beginning on March 19. Dante's Divine Comedy has been called the most beautiful poem ever written. This bril- liant work of imagination weaves together Greek and Roman myth, European histo- ry and universal psychologi- cal development, revealing deep cross-cultural reso- nances. Join AAUW as it explores,the historical, social- political andreltgious back- ground of the Comedy, discov- ering how it echoes in the works of Michelangelo, Giotto, Rodin, Dali, Tchaikovsky, T.S. Eliot and countless others. On Thursday, March 21, Douglas Kenning will present "Oh Jerusalem: A History of the Navel of the World." Jerusalem is the fault line of East and West. Without a reli- gious agenda, the series will see why the world is forever transfixed by this bit of unhappy ground. Kenning will trace history from Abraham to Solomon, Nebuchadnezzar to Arafat, Lot to David to Jesus to Mohammad to Saladin to failed warriors and failed peacemakers yet unborn. Kenning lives half of each year in the San Francisco Bay Area, giving talks and lecture series on subjects related to ancient Mediterranean civi- lizations, with the other half year in Sicily. Asbo is a mythologist, cul- tural historian and musician who weaves together litera- ture, music, art and psycholo- gy for truly transformational learning experiences. A cul- tural historian and pre-con- cert lecturer for the Santa Rosa Symphony & SF Conservatory of Music and Osher Lifelong Learning pro- grams. Asbo has lectured on Dante around the world, including France, Italy and England. Kenning (University of Edinburgh) enjoyed a career of two decades as an assistant professor of literature & his- tory at universities in Tunisia, Japan & Italy. He has been a professional biologist, actor, army officer, Manhattan taxi driver, study abroad academic director, and writer of books, articles and stage plays. He lives half of each year in Siracusa, Sicily, where he leads Sicily Tour, an organi- zation offering history and myth focused small group tours around Sicily and the greater Mediterranean basin. Registration began on Feb. 12. Classes are held at Raven Performing Arts Theater, 115 North Street, Healdsburg. The enrollment fee is $95 for each six-week course. For more information or to regis- ter healdsburg-ca.aauw.net. -- Rollie Atkinson m m Call 894-3339 to subscribe. 'iiii i~iiiii'i' 'The local newspaper keeps us in touch with our community and customers: "As a North Bay locally owned business, one of the ways we stay in touch with our community is by reading the local newspaper. Our agents live and work in the local community and are part of the conversation that affects the quality of life here" says Loft Sacco of Sebastopol's Vanguard Properties. "Sonoma West Times & News keeps us informed about local activities and events. We especially like the Special Sections that focus on local businesses and introduce us to new people. "We especially like promoting what we do which is to stay in touch with the community and provide exceptional real estate services" Lori Sacco Vanguard Properties, Sebastopol Locally Read. Locally Owned SUBSCRIBE & ADVERTISE 823-7845. www.sonomawest.com CLOVERDALE FIRE LOG The following are excerpted from Cloverdale Fire Protection District daily log entries MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25 removed by fire. Road slide, road 8:22 a.m. Medical aid on Clark closed. Avenue for a 60-year-old male not 6:45 a.m. Hazardous situation on feeling well. Transported to Sutter. Geysers Road. Road slid into river, 2:24 p.m. Alarm on Asti Road. lines down. Road blocked with bar- False alarm, cancelled en route, ricades. Notified CHP and county 3:09 p.m. Medical aid on Kings roads. Circle for an 87-year-old female 9:21 a.m. Hazardous situation on with chest pain. Transported to Cherry Creek Road. Tree down, Healdsburg General Hospital. roadway cleaned. 4:16 p.m. Vehicle accident on 11:55 a.m. Hazardous situation on Highway 101 and Green Bridge. East First Street. Odor investigation Two vehicle, T-bone collision with of natural gas. Unable to locate. two patients. One dead on scene, 1:47 p.m. Medical aid on South other transported to Ukiah. East Street for a male fall victim on TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26 the sidewalk or in the street. 3:53 a.m. Medical aid on Spring Transported to Healdsburg General Court for a male patient feeling Hospital. confused and altered. Transported 6:22 p.m. Agency assist on Merlot to Healdsburg General Hospital. Drive for roadway clean up from a WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27 non-injury vehicle accident. 9:08 a.m. Hazardous situation on SATURDAY, MARCH 2 Cherry Creek Road. Remove tree 10:51 a.m. Medical aid on Wilson from roadway. Road for a 65-year-old male with 9:20 a.m. Hazardous situation on shortness of breath. Transported to Pine Mountain. Mudslid, Geysers Memorial, Road closed. CHP on scene. 2:10 p.m. Medical aid on North 11:06 a.m. Public assist on Furber Jefferson Street for a 76-year-old Lane. Carbon monoxide alarm acti- female who was weak and ill. vation. No emergency. Transported to Healdsburg General 2:37 p.m. Hazardous cituation on Hospital. Highway 128. Tree down, power 8:04 p.m. Medical aid on Pine lines down. PG&E and Caltrans at Mountain Road for a 65-year-old the scene. Removed tree and lines, female with anxiety. Transported to 2:41 p.m. Medical aid on Tarman Sutter. Drive. Male patient with possible SUNDAY, MARCH 3 seizure. Transported to Healdsburg 3:45 a.m. Coroner's case on General Hospital. Preston Depot Road. 10:44 p.m. Hazardous situation on 8:18 a.m. Medical aid on South Highway 128. Tree down with pow- Foothill Boulevard for a 93-year-old er lines. PG&E, Caltrans, CHP male with difficulty breathing. removed hazard. Transported to Memorial. 10:55 p.m. Hazardous situation on 8:38 a.m. Vehicle accident on Lytton Station Road. Assisted Highway 101 and Asti Road. Single Geyserville with water rescue, vehicle accident involving three 11 p.m. Public assist on West patients and one fatality. All Brookside Drive for a male fall vic- patients transported to Memorial. tim. No transport. 9:30 p.m. Medical aid on North THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28 Cloverdale Boulevard for a 23- 6:30 a.m. Hazardous situation on year-old male with anxiety. Cherry Creek Road. Tree down Transported to Healdsburg General blocking the roadway. Tree Hospital, A fundraiser is being GoYkmdMe organized to support the The Farmer's Wife businesses in The Barlow that GoFundMe were damaged in the flood. As Sushi Kosho GoFundMe of press time, the information Two Dog Night Creamery for the fundraiser had yet to GoFundMe be announced. Tamarind GoFundMe In the meantime, several of Crooked Goat GoFundMe the businesses have started Adele StoU GoFundMe GoFundMe's: The Nectary has a Flood Fundraising GoFundMe to pay for "the up- Dinner, March 8 front costs of replacing Supporters of the inventory and equipment." Community Cultural Center They are also open as a pop- are planning a fundralser on up inside Fern Bar, which Friday, March 8, 6 to 9 p.m. at escaped the flood, the Community Church, 1000 Zazu Restaurant & Farm Gravenstein Hwy. North in has launched a GoFundMe Sebastopol. Come out to campaign to raise $50,000 to support them and help rebuild repair damage and help Sebastopors beloved employees, community center. 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