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Page 8, Cloverdale Revelge, April 9, 1997 FIRE surance companies rated their property a "9." And this lower rating should also allow some residents to finally obtain home- owners insurance, Rosevear said. Not all companies will in- sure properties with a "9" rat- ing, Rosevear explained. The rating will become official upon receipt of a verification let- ter from the Insurance Services Office. The District will notify county-area homeowners as soon as the verification letter is re- ceived. POLICE A newsletter, which carries in- formation on topics of a widely diverse nature--from livestock theft to child abuse, has been established. It is distributed ev- erywhere in Sonoma County. This year the grant helped fund graffiti removal and gang resistance education. 1996 Statistics 1990 was the peak year (over a 10 year period) for drunk driv- ing, With 266 arrests. In 1996, there were 85 drunk drivers ar- rested. Crime For the fifth year in a row there were no homicides within city limits. There were no re- ported rapes. There were three robberies, same as in 1995. As- saults numbered 56, down from 62 the previous year. There were 69 burglaries, compared to 57 in 1995. Thefts decreased from 240 in 1995 to 167 in 1996. Auto thefts went down from eight in 1996 to 13 in 1995 and there were no reported arsons in '96 compared to 4 in 1995. Adult Felony & Mlfemean0r Arrests There were 63 felony arrests of adults in 1996 as compared to 78 in 1995. There were 249 adult misdemeanor arrests in 1996, compared to 244 in 1995. Total adult arrests were down 10 ar- rests in 1996 from the previous year. Juvenile Felony & Misdemeanor Arrests , There were 30 felony arrests in 1996, compared to 36 in 1995; and 78 misdemeanor arrests in 1996, compared to 60 arrests in 1995. Total juvenile arrests were up 12 arrests from the previous year. Officer Assaults There was one officer assault- ed in 1996, compared to none in 1995, and five in 1994. Domestic Violence There were three domestic vi- olence cases involving weapons reported in 1996, compared to five in 1995. There were 19 cases reported in 1996 that involved personal weapons (hands and feet) compared to 27 in 1995. One domestic violence case in- volving no weapon was reported in 1996, compared to one in 1995. Overall domestic violence calls were down 11 points. Traffic Accldents There were 10 injury traffic accidents reported in 1996, com- pared to 10 in 1995, and 57 non- injury traffic accidents reported in 1996 compared to 43 the pre- vious year. Traffic Citotions There were 1,676 traffic cita- tions issued in 1992. In 1996, 323 citations were issued, and in 1995, 335 were issued. There were 2,452 traffic viola- tions cited in 1992. In 1996 there were 453, compared to 489 the previous year. Calls for Service While traffic citations and vio- lations have significantly dropped since 1992, total calls for service has steadily increased since 1991. Calls for service broke the 6,000 mark in 1996, With 6,293 calls; compared to 5,935 in 1995. Calls for service include only events where an incident num- ber was assigned. They do not include the thousands of tele- phone calls, citizen contacts and miscellaneous events which oc- cur every day where no incident number is assigned. COUNCIL AGENDA The Del Webb project will not be an agenda item for the City Council meeting scheduled to- night, Wednesday, April 9. This matter will be scheduled by the Council on a date yet to be deter- mined. "Life is a succession of lessons which must be lived to be understood." Ralph Waldo Emerson , C LOVE RDALE , SALES PRICES EFFECTIVE APRILg.15, 1997 The Drug in Town! CARLO ROSSI WINE 4 Liter Assorted LONlml GOURMET GRILL LIGHTER FLUID :.  32 OZ LONQB GOURMET atoLL CHADCOAL BRIQUETS I0 LB BAG L DEADLINE ONE LAST MEAL FOR ILUI2JI & SNAILS 32 OZ gg SUPERSOIL PoI"rlN| MIX I Cu. Ft. LILLY IIIILLIII IYIrlrlllllATl ROSE Alffil Feed & Shield 5 Lb. Bonus (25% More Free)