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www.cloverdalereveiile.com April 4, 2019 The Cloverdale Reveille Page 3 CLOVERDALE POLICE LOG The following are excerpted from Cloverdale Police Department daily log entries MONDAY, MARCH 25 and parents are on scene at arrival. Cemetery. Party reports that it sounds like there 12:42 a.m. Suspicious circumstances on North 8:09 p.m. Caller reports patron at business on is a fight at the cemetrary between male Washington Street. Caller reports someone South CIo erdale Boulevard has been drinking subjects, sounds like objects are being thrown. possibly trying to open window. Officer cleared and was asked to leave but refuses. Officer Reports it has been happening for the house and yard, unable to locate, responded and subject agreed to leave with a approximately 10 minutes. Quiet on arrival. 10:12 a.m. Assist out on North Redwood family member. 10:12 a.m. Suspicious person at business on Highway and McCray Road. Walk-in reports THURSDAY, MARCH 28 Treadway Drive Reporting party reports a male encampment on private property northwest of 7:58 a.m. Suspicious person at business on in a gray sweatshirt with a black hoodie and her backyard; states the location is under the North Cloverdale Boulevard. Reporting party blue sweatpants keeps coming into the store roadway where the tracks are. States there are reports a very drunk man on a bike in front of and harrassing female employees. Reporting two tents and lots of garbage, bicycles and bike store and wants police to "come right now." party states subject has been asked to leave parts. Party states she has called the Sheriffs 9:52 a.m. Security check on Wisteria Circle. three times and is currently standing across the Department twice and there is no change. Reporting party reports person shooting lasers street from the store, staring inside. Gone on Dispatch contacted Sonoma County Sheriff's at her as she was trying to bring in her garbage arrival. Office. cans. Advise given. 10:53 a.m. CHP assist at Citrus Fair Drive off- 12:43 p.m. Accident on Jefferson and West First FRIDAY, MARCH 29 ramp. CHP requests assistance for a male adult Streets. Vehicle accident with two cars and 9:45 a.m. Security check on Wisteria Circle. with a beard, in his 20s walking on the side of possible injuries. Reporting party reports same problem as the freeway and stepping into the lane north of TUESDAY, MARCH 2B previous day. She was trying to go out to the the Citrus Fair southbound exit. Subject appears 6:20 a.m. Suspicious circumstances at business garage to do laundry and the lasers were so aggitated and is wearing a black shirt, brown on Old Redwood Highway. Reporting party strong she almost fell. pants and is carrying a backpack. Assisted. reports a female stepped out of her vehicle and 10:04 p.m. Miscellaneous service at Cloverdale 9:11 p.m. Suspicious person on North went into the store, and a male stepped inside Police Department on Broad Street. Group from Washington Street. Reporting party reports a her vehicle. Male should not be in the vehicle the preschool are in the department for a tour of male adult wearing hoodie and a hat is acting and female is too afraid to approach the vehicle. CPD. strange, and standing in front of the house and Officer contacted female, incident not as 2:35 p.m. Welfare check on North Jefferson staring at the house Reporting party is reported Street. Party reports he delivered a package to concerned because juveniles at address are 10:57 a.m. Suspicious person on Kings Circle address and after the woman took the package home alone. Unable to locate. Caller reports older female and male on she went into the garage and screamed "help." SUNDAY, MARCH 31 property, were behind office at a table and were Reporting party went to help and then heard a 10:36 a.m. Petty theft at business on Treadway asked to leave. They moved in front of the office male subject yell, "No, get out of here." Checks Drive. Caller reports a thin male wearing a gray but haven't left. Subjects moved along. OK. hoodie and shorts left store running; manager WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27 3:29 p.m. Juvenile problem on North Main ran after him. Officers located suspect. 12:49 p.m. Wellfare check on North Cloverdale Street. Reporting party reports her niece was 3:58 p.m. Walk-in repeals receiving threats from Boulevard. Reports subject sitting in front of beaten up by another juvenile in front of subject via telephone. location with alcohol. Subject contacted, has address. 9:47 p.m. Suspicious person at business on been drinking and was asked to move along. 4:55 p.m. Drunk driving on Healdsburg Avenue. South Cloverdale Boulevard. Party reports male 5:17 p.m. Suspicious person at Foothill Movie vehicle hit a parked vehicle, with a mohawk and blue vest was Boulevard. Male subject with bushy hair is 5:17 p.m. Assist on Rockwell Drive. 911 caller confrontational to him. Subject came up to his walking with his pants on the ground, reports subject "out of control." Transferred to vehicle several times and yelled at him and his 6:55 p.m. Child found at business on South Sonoma County Sheriffs Office. children. Reporting party believes he may have Cloverdale Boulevard. Four young kids found SATURDAY, MARCH 30,been drinking. Offiver contacted, citation to outside without supervision. Officer reponded 12:44 a.m. Distrurbance at CIoverdale appear for warrant. Cloverdale Arts Alliance presents The Jazz Club on first Thursdays On Thursday, April 4, the Cloverdale Arts Alliance will continue The Jazz Club season with Jazz Caliente, an all-star ensemble whose members have appeared with a who's who of musical luminaries, including Dizzy Gillespie, Freddie Hubbard, Linda Ronstadt, Zakir Hussain, Michael Bolton, Jon Faddis, Tom Scott, Pete Escovedo and the Temptations. Guitarist and composer Lee Waterman's Latin jazz ensemble percolates with infectious Afro-Cuban and Brazilian rhythms. Waterman founded the band in 1989 as a vehicle for his original compositions and his unique arrangements of songs by the great jazz and Latin masters, including Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, Tito Puente and Sergio Mendes. Other band members include Alex Murzyn (sax and flute), Michaelle Goerlitz (percussion), Tommy CALIENTE -- The Jazz Club continues with a performance by Latin Kesecker (vibraphone), Bill Lanphier (bass) and Bill Belasco (drums). All the band members are terrific ensemble players and exciting soloists. This performance will be at the Cloverdale Arts Alliance Gallery, located at 204 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Tickets are $15 for Cloverdale Arts Alliance members and $20 for non-members. Doors open at 7 p.m.; music begins at 7:30 p.m. The Jazz Club takes place the first Thursday of each month from October through May. The wine sponsor for The Jazz Club is Rodney Strong Vineyards. To receive reserved seating privileges, purchase advance tickets online at cloverdaleartsalliance.org or at the Cloverdale Arts Alliance during normal business hours. Tickets are available at the door. The Jazz Club is a program of the Cloverdale Arts Alliance, a nonprofit Photo provided jazz ensemble Jazz Caliente. arts organization bringing cultural arts to northern Sonoma County. Other CAA programs include Friday Night Live at the Plaza, Art Gallery, Americana Night, music workshops, the Discovering Art series, The Blues Night, art classes, wine appreciation workshops and special events. -- Submitted by Lisa Brew-Miller Those looking to sign-up for Chargers cheer can do so next week. On April 9 and 10, those interested in participating in cheer can sign up then. / Those ages 5 to 14 can find packets at A Cut Above at 145 Railroad Ave. The Chargers are also adding another competitive cheer team to its program. The Joe Pardini Competitive Cheerleading Team is for cheerleaders ages 14 to 18. The team is competition only, and those involved will be able to play other sports while on this team. Signs-ups for both teams will be held on April 9 and 10 at Washington School. -- Zo# Strickland CONVERSATION Connect with us on Facebookl Facebook.cond CloverdaleReveille The CLOVERDALE FIRE LOG following are excerpted from Cloverdale Fire Protection District daily log entries MONDAY, MARCH 25 injury fall. No transport. 11:36 a.m. Medical aid on Chablis 2:10 p.m. Smoke check at River Way for a 67-year-old male with Park for a legal control burn. complications from surgery. 5:36 p.m. Medical aid on Rockwell Transported to Sutter. Road for an intoxicated male. 12:45 p.m. Vehicle accident at Transported to Healdsburg West First Street and Jefferson General Hospital. Street. Two vehicles involved, one FRIDAY, MARCH 29 87-year-old female had pain in her 2:45 a.m. Public assist on hand. No transport. Oakbrook Lane for a male fall TUESDAY, MARCH 26 victim. Assisted to his bed, 3:29 p.m. Smoke check on 7:15 a.m. Public assist on Highway 128. Report of smoke Oakbrook Lane for a male fall and flames seen from the road. victim. No transport. Unable to locate. SATURDAY, MARCH 30 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27 2:06 p.m. Alarm on Kings Circle. 7:02 a.m. Medical aid on Hillside Burnt food that was left in the Drive for a 90-year-old female with oven. No damage. a ground level fall. Transported to 6:13 p.m. Medical aid on Cherry Kaiser. Creek Road for a male with low 9:41 a.m. Medical aid on South blood sugar. Transported to CIoverdale Boulevard for a male Healdsburg General Hospital. patient with a ground level fall. 8:47 p.m. Medical aid on Transported to Memorial. Healdsburg Avenue for a fall victim 11:13 a.m. Medical aid on who fell out of bed. Pick up and Highway 101 and Asti Road for a put back. female patient with her head onSUNDAY, MARCH 31 . j the steering wheel. Unable to 5:18 a.m. Lift assist on Healdsburg locate. Avenue. Pick up and put back. " 5:42 p.m. Medical aid on Debmar 9:19 a.m. Medical aid on Cherry Lane for a 59-year-old female with Creek Road for a 77-year-old male stomach issues. Transported to who was confused. Transported to Kaiser. Kaiser. 8:49 p.m. Medical aid on Lake 12:32 p.m. Medical aid on Street for a 6-year-old girl with a Healdsburg Avenue for a 74-year- fall from a chair. Transported to old female with shortness of Memorial. breath. Transported to Healdsburg THURSDAY, MARCH 28 General Hospital. 1:07 a.m. Medical aid on Cherry 2:24 p.m. Medical aid on South Creek Road for an intoxicated Foothill Boulevard for a 69-year- male. Transported to Kaiser. old male with a ground level fall 11:39 a.m. Medical aid at South and possible stroke. Transported Cloverdale Boulevard for a female to Sutter. feeling dizzy. Transported to 3:39 p.m. Medical aid on Silva Healdsburg General Hospital. Street for an 87-year-old female 1:56 p.m. Public assist on with a ground level fall. Healdsburg Avenue for a non- Transported to Kaiser. Brian Etliott passed away on March 27, retired from fire district in 2010 Former Cloverdale Fire Protection District Chief Brian Elliott died on March 27. "Brian was admitted to the hospital with flu symptoms and his condition decreased about life safety and making sure our buildings reflected the needs of our community. Even after his retirement, he was a critical member of our development and review team." " "e .~:~ , rapidly,~:repo~ed CFD Chi f During the council'S: a Facebook discussion, Mayor Me~ in "Brian was a Bagby reco~ed th~:~o~e~ mentor, trainer and that Elliott played in the passionate leader for the fire creation of the Cloverdale service and Cloverdale." Fire Department building. Elliott retired from the fire "We're able to have district in 2010. meetings with large numbers Community members of people and have a facility flcoked to the post that will meet the safety announcing Elliott's death, needs of this community for offering their condolensces to decades to come, and it's the former chiefs family and because Brian spearheaded commenting on his generosity that," she said. "He was a and dedication to the successful chief, a successful community, amateur musician and During the March 27 drummer and then became a Cloverdale City Council successful business man and meeting, the council held a consultant and contributed moment of silence for Elliott. not only to our community, "He really cared about this but to communities community and that fire throughout the region." district," Vice Mayor Gus Brian retired in 2010 from Welter said. "He's going to be the CFD but remained an missed even though he isn't active member and in that position. I always community leader. knew when he walked in the "A celebration of life event room that he had the will take place at a yet it be answers. He was a great guy." determined date, but likely a "He was an amazing few weeks from now," individual and while we will Jenkins wrote. "I will post miss him in person, his spirit more information as it will be embodied in a lot of becomes available." what you see around Cloverdale," City Manager David Kelley said. 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