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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 2010 -- Page 3 0 POLICE LOG CONT. 0 2:40 p.m. Citizen requests to speak to an officer regarding a busi- ness on S. Cloverdale Blvd. 6:46 p.m. Caller reports a suspi- cous subject near Hamburger Ranch who had been drinking. Of- ricer counseled all involved sub- jects. 8:52 p.m. Caller from Starbucks reports a subject possibly under the influence of a drug. Officer reports subject is not on drugs, just had to use the bathroom. 8:57 p.m. Caller reports a suspi- cous male drove a vehicle into the bushes at Chevron then ran into the station acting suspicious. Officer re- ports subject is having vehicle trou- ble. 11:42 p.m. Caller from Clover's Sports Bar reports an extremely in- toxicated male subject was asked to leave the bar but is now sitting out front. Friday, April 9 2:33 a.m. Caller reports loud voic- es coming from a backyard on N. Jefferson St. 7:36 a.m. Caller on Healdsburg Ave. reports someone came through their dog door and took alcohol from the garage area. Re-- port taken. 9:17 a.m. Caller on King Cir. re- ports seeing a prowler in the area at around 5 a.m. Advice given. 12:28 p.m. Caller on S. East St. reports the same subject that was teasing her dog last night just walked past her residence. 2:25 p.m. Citiz6n reports a large beehive between N. Main St. Bee keeper is going to come and remove the hive. 2:37 p.m. Report of loose dogs in Tarman Park. 5:06 p.m. Report of the Sonoma County Transit bus leaking un- known type of fluid onto the street on N. Cloverdale Blvd. 6:12 p.m. Caller requests to speak to an officer regarding money she loaned a friend. Advice given. 6:13 p.m. Citizen reports a prob- lem assoicated with posting on a networking website. An unknown male subject somehow obtained her cell phone number and is leaving threatening messages. Report tak- en. 7:05 p.m. Caller reports his '06 Harley Davidson was stolen in the past two hours from the River Park on the McCray Rd. side. CHP was notified. 7:29 p.m. Caller on Healdsburg Ave. reports someone threw eggs inside residence as well as outside. Caller states subjects may have en- tered through a doggie door. Offic- er reports it wasn't as reported. 7:37 p.m. Officer out at Thyme Square Condos with a group of ju- veniles. Juveniles were moved along. 7:41 p.m. Caller on Josephine Dr. reports that a satellite TV provider that they don't subscribe to, called in an attempt to collect on an over- due account. Report taken. 9:13 p.m. Caller on S. Foothill Blvd. reports two juvenile boys rang her doorbell then ran into her front .yard, rolled on the ground laughing and threw her bark around. 9:35 p.m. Caller on S. Foothill Blvd. reports aerial fireworks in the area of Foothill Blvd./Healdsburg Ave. 11:08 p.m. Caller on W. First St. "An old [ashioned store, rich in nostalgia and charm, yet meets the needs o[ today's town [olk as well." FIRE CALLS Monday, April 5 Medical aid on Tarman Dr. for a 68 year old male feeling ill. Tuesday, April 6 Report of a possible tree on fire on Hwy. 128. Fire crew determined- smoke was from burn piles in the area. Medical aid on Dutcher Creek Rd. for a female fall victim. Hazard situation on Pine Moun- tain Rd. for a tree limb and possible power line down across the road- way. Report of a rattlesnake in the parking lot near Furber Park. Wednesday, April 7 Medical aid on Railroad Ave. for a male subject injured in a fight. Report of a smoke alarm sound- ing on S. Cloverdale Blvd. Fire crew reports smoke detector malfunction is due to the bathtub overflowing and water seeping through the floor and onto thesmoke detector. Thursday, April 8 Public assist for removal of two snakes from a residence on Heidi Ln. Friday, April 9 Medical aid on Port Cir. for a male subject feeling ill. Public assist on Sherwood Cir. for a male subject with a ring stuck on his finger. Hazard situation on N. Clover- dale Blvd. for a transit bus that lost approximately two gallons of oil in the roadway. Saturday, April 10 Report of a vegetation fire at the River Park. Fire crew report it was a control bum only. Medical aid on Railroad Ave. for an overdose of medication. Sunday, April 1'1 Report of power lines down on N. River Rd. Medical aid on Railroad Ave. for a 37 year old female feeling ill. reports arguing with father over treatment of stepmother. Father is threatening to leave with elderly stepmother. Officer reports issue was resolved for the night. 11:15 p.m. Caller from Chevron requests an officer for a transient that will not leave the premises. Of- ricer moved subject along. Saturday, April 10 7:44 a.m. Caller at Chevron re- ports that a subject that took beer last night is outside of the store drinking alcohol. 11:30 a.m. Caller on W. First St. reports seven grape stakes at his place of business were damaged or destroyed overnight. 3:08 p.m. Caller reports a male adult subject is pan handling and harassing customers in the area of Starbucks. Officer warned and ad- vised subject. 7:11 p.m. Caller reports second time in the last couple of days that eggs have been thrown inside resi- dence and outside. Caller states the garage is the point of entry, through a doggie door. 7:21 p.m. Caller reports Washing- ton School appears to have been "toilet papered." Officer reports it appears to be the trees only. 7':.57 p.m. Officer cited a subject for driving without a license on S. Cloverdale Blvd. 9:16 p.m. Caller from Ruth McGowan's Brewpub requests an officer's assistance in getting a sub- ject to leave. Officer moved the sub- ject along. 10:39 p.m. Caller reports his daughter was in a truck that crashed through a fence on Asti Rd. because the wheel fell off the vehi- cle. CHP was advised. 11:46 p.m. Caller on Portofino Way reports young people in an SUV just toilet papered a house in the area. Sunday, April 11 9:49 a.m. Caller on N. East St. re- quests a civil standby and also re- ports subject left harassing phone messages on her cell phone. 10:27 a.m. Caller on E. Third St. reports the theft of her ex-hus- band's tools out of her garage. Re- port taken. 12:52 p.m. Caller on King Cir. re- ports a subject is wandering around the area taking pictures. Advice given. 6:15 p.m. Security on Cherry Creek Rd. reports after completing his rounds, he sees fresh, wet, foot- prints that aren't his in the area. Bob Jehn, far right is pictured with Sonoma County dignitaries, including supervisor Paul Kelly, left; and Congressman Frank Riggs at the site of the Cloverdale depot BOB JEHN about ridgeline development urged the city to work with the Sonoma County Agricultural and Open Space District to purchase the acreage. Both Bob and Nancy became involved with the Historical Society and about 15 years ago, Nancy started taking a larger role in the production of the annual Old Time Fiddle Contest here. The contest has grown to one of the premier fiddle contests in Northern California, bringing thousands of people to town every year. In 2000 Nancy took over as MC of the event and she'll be back to do that again next year. The Jehns will be moving on April 19. They stress that they are not closing their business and will continue to provide the same level of service to their customers. !i METERS CONT. the potential issues, it would allow PG@E's customers to make an edu- cated choice about participating in the SMART meter program. The Cotati council is also con- cerned about the affect that the re- mote read meters will have on PG&E employees that currently provide meter reading services. A "regional forum," on this issue is planned for April 21 at 5:30 p.m. at the Sebastopol Vets Hall. Accord- ing to City Manager, Nina Regor, PG&E will bring several in-house and outside experts to this informa- tional forum to discuss the SMART Meter program. Observations, not old age, brings wisdom. Publilius Syrun After reading the articles in theReveille about Billy Birchfield knitting hats for the troops and giving away the yarn at nocostto knitters, theAmerican Legion was able to donate $300 for the purchase of more yarn for this most worthwhile project. More knitters and more donations will mean more knitted hats going to service men and the Bill & Debbie Andrew Home&Loans RENTAL - 3BR 12 BA Jefferson Springs $1275 3BR/21/2BA RanchodeAmigos $285,000 3BR/5BA 80-acre custom homein Hopland $814,000 4BR / 3BA Vintage Greens in Windsor $525,000 CA Broker # 0t113390 30 Years Combined Real Estate Experience With Proven Results 707-894-4323 CLOVERDALE MINI STORAGE INDUSTRIAL DR. (707) 894-3682 DOYOUR SPRING CLEANING EARLY AND SAVE. women. Pictured are Gene Marcinkowski of Cloverdale's American Legion Post 293 and Billy Birchfield, award winning knitter. OUR RATES ARE LOWER THAN MOST. SECOND MONTH FREE ON SELECTED SIZES NO ADMINISTRATIVE FEES NO DEPOSITS, 24 HOUR ACCESS . ON SITE MANAGER OFFER SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE DOG STORYco.,. pedigrees of both the dam and the sire. "In all of the people I have talked to, which is between seven and 10 people, she never provided any paperwork. She sold the dogs, took the money, and then just pro- vided excuse after excuse for not providing the paperwork." One couple sued her in small claims court and she finally provid- ed the paper work, Sgt. Cramer said. Sgt. Cramer has sent a subpoena to the AKC headquarters in Ra- leigh, North Carolina, and has also spoken to a case manager from the group, Jill Zapadinsky, who said Brownback had not registered any litters of puppies since 2007. Other litter registrations have been spo- radic and there are numerous con- sumer complaints about her from people who did not receive their registration certifications, he said. Sgt. Cramer is asking for multiple felony counts involving five con- firmed victims. AKC has suspend- ed Brownback's privilege to register dogs. "Each buyer has a different story," Cramer said. "Sev- eral wanted to breed the dogs, but they can't because they don't have the paper work. If they had known they actually weren't registered, they wouldn't have purchased the dogs for that amount," he said. Some people payed up to $1,000 for the Golden Retriever pups. According to Cramer, his investi- gation is on-going. If anyone has experienced similar problems with Brownback, whose business was called Brookside Goldens, they should contact Sgt. Cramer at the Cloverdale Police Department at 894-2150. Cramer said that the Sonoma County District Attorney has re- duced the original charges against Brownback to misdemeanors. He explained that Sonoma County has a "threshold," on felony charges re- garding animal cruelty. Felony charges occur only if dogs are emaciated, dead, or have bro- ken bones, which none of these dogs had. For child endangerment, there has to be great bodily injury and an environment of extreme health hazard. Brownback remains in jail, how- ever, and could go to jail for up to one year on the misdemeanor charges. Criminal procedures were suspended because the judge or- dered a mental competency hear- ing for her, which is a procedure to determine if she is competent to stand trial on either the misde- meanor or possible felony charges. Needs a Home! Healdsburs Animal Shelter Rex is a hilarious guy who loves to be held and jump up into your arms He is incredibly affectionate, and likes to cuddle, swim, play fetch, run, play with other dogs, and herd. He is an active dog and is looking for the same in an owner. Someone who lives on property or with a large fenced yard is preferred He knows sit, stay, and to come when he's called He would make an ex- cellent family dog, no young kids as he can get mouthy when he plays. 570 Westside Rd., Healdsburg 431-3386 Tues-Sat 11-4 Sun 12-4 www.Healdsburgshelter.org Sponsored By: Animal Hospital of Cloverdale, 20 Industrial Dr. 894-3951 BOSW0100TH & SON GENEIIAL I00EIICHANDISE - SINCE 1911 IN DOWNTOWN CEYSERVILLE J RAIN GEAR & BO00S I 857-3463 - Mon.-Sat. 9-5:30 (closed for lunch 12-1) The Golden Retrievers at a Dine & Donate Pundraiser on Thursday April 15, 2010! Bring this flyer to Mary's Pizza Shack in Cloverdale and support Kings Kastle and the Golden Retrievers. Twenty percent of your purchase will be donated to the pack when you present this flyer with your order. Mary's Pizza Shack serves homemade pizzas, pastas, salads and soups perfect for the whole family. www.maryspizzashack.com Valid all day for Dine-In, Take-Out & Delivery, plus Gift Card purchases. Sorry, no (oupom. discounts or "ry' Ho:,e'wilt be accepted for payment with this fundrat Donations wii! be given for par(bases 0t qift rard or for payment h g[ft cards, bur the same qift card cannot be used in both trana(ti0nh. This flyer cannot be dgtfibuted at ,'he restaurant or in the vi6nity. This fb/er mint be presented in order for the qroup to re(eke the donation. Valid only for the date and ation pe(ified.