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www.cioverdalereveiJb.com May 2, 2019 The Cloverdale Reveille Page 3 CL0VERDALE POLICE LOG The following are excerpted from Cloverdale Police Department daily log entries Defunct garage doors, roaming turUes, poofy-haired people MONDAY, APRIL 22 7:41 p.m. Suspicious person on West Second 9:03 a.m. Citizen assist on Wisteria Circle. Caller Street. Male adult with black pants, light shirt, reports they are sitting in their car and garage door "poofy" dark hair. Reports that subject is mumbling won't go down. Officer responded and changed and going to different houses asking for money. batteries in the remote. Subject contacted. 11:34 a.m. Petty theft report at business on East 7:47 p.m. Disturbance at business on South Second Street. Video of someone taking produce CIoverdale Boulevard. Report of male subject off of the pallet of the business. Items removed acting suspicious. Subject is bald and wearing a from pile when the delivery was made this green shirt and blue jeans, and is yelling and morning. Requesting extra patrol, screaming. Subject escorted from the area. 2:43 p.m. Assist highway patrol at Northbound 101 8:39 p.m. Petty theft report on Furber Lane. and Geysers Road. Caller reports involved with a Reports theft of items from unlocked vehicle. vehicle and road rage incidents; vehicle has Reporting party denied formal report, but would passed Cloverdale and is continuing to Ukiah. appreciate additional patrols. J Caller transferred to Mendocino CHP. 8:58 p.m. Disturbance at business on Asti Road. 3:39 p.m. Animal found on South Cloverdale Reporting party reports a female on her property Boulevard. Caller reports a citizen found a turtle on and then hung up. Resolved. the boulevard and brought it to the fire department. 11:05 p.m. Suspicious circumstances on West 4:01 p.m. Assist out on Asti Road. Callers Second Street. Subject throwing things at cars. reporting a man down in the bushes, wearing a Transported to Sonoma County Jail. dark blue shirt and brown shorts. Subject is not 11:15 p.m. Battery at business on South responding to verbal cues from passersby. Cloverdale Boulevard. Transported to Sonoma Sonoma County Sheriff's Office contacting. County Jail. 5 p.m. Welfare check on South Cloverdale WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24 Boulevard. Caller reports female adult 10:21 a.m. Disturbance on University Street. panhandling over the last couple days with 2-year- Reporting party reports a male in a gray hoodie old daughter with her. Caller requests welfare and a female yelling at each other in front of this check of the child, address, and reports they feel it is escalating. 8:11 p.m. Suspicious circumstances at River Park Citation to appear. on East First Street. Caller reports two men, both 1:05 p.m. Suspicious person on Dutcher Creek on bikes, one carrying a chainsaw, one with long Road. Caller reports encampment south of hair, dark hat and shorts, and the other with CIoverdale, south of Kelly Road. Tent with a newer shorter hair. They were at McCray River Park and blue Yamaha dirt bike; male and female. Caller left riding the bikes southbound on the trail and transferred to Sonoma County Shertff's Office. may come out at East First Street. 6:45 p.m. Suspicious person in alleyway on East TUESDAY, APRIL 23 First Street. Group gathering near a piece of 8:29 a.m. Petty theft report on William Circle. equipment and are drinking; states size of Caller reports theft from unlocked vehicle, equipment and the gathering prevent people from 10:51 a.m. Domestic disturbance on Moonlight walking around to use the alleyway. Officer reports Circle. Caller reports domestic inside home, heard no one in the alley. There is an industrial sized someone get hit. Officers responded; argument sink near the end of the alley which may have between siblings, both deny anything physical, come from the old business that was in the 4:33 p.m. Suspicious vehicle occupied at business building. on South CIoverdale Boulevard. Reporting party THURSDAY, APRIL 25 reports male subject inside with binoculars 1:16 p.m. Welfare check at Ci!y Park on West watching people. Party reports subject is out there Second Street. Reporting party requests welfare almost every day and is currently parked near the check of a male in his 50s to 60s with long hair cart return. Caller called back before dispatch wearing a light gray shirt and jeans, carrying a could send officer and advised subject left. sweatshirt and has a black backpack in the 6:34 p.m. Warrant arrest on Etbridge Avenue for a baseball dugout. subject in jeans and blank tank top. Citation to FRIDAY, APRIL 26 appear. 12:15 p.m. Possible fraud at business on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Reporting party came in to Cloverdale Police Department to speak with an officer about a fraudulent check. 9:55 p.m. Disturbance on Railroad Avenue. Reporting party reports a four-person fight, only heard. Resolved. SATURDAY, APRIL 27 12:59 a.m. Reckless driving on Furber Lane. Reports dark blue low truck, possibly a Silverado, passed reporting party on South Cloverdale Boulevard. 10:27 a.m. Burglary report at church on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Caller reports church was broken into and items were taken. 4:30 p.m. Suspicious circumstances at business on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Reporting party reports that a male about 17- or 18-years old wearing ayellow shirt and khaki pants took two 12-packs of Pacifico beer, left $20 on the counter and left the store. Unable to locate. 6:55 p.m. Disturbance on North Jefferson Street and Champlain Avenue. Caller reports verbal between a female and male. Officer reports contact both involved, checks OK. 9:07 p.m. Drunk driving at South CIoverdale Boulevard and Citrus Fair Drive. Reporting party reports a white BMW with possible drunk driver. Officer contacted subject, negative DUI. 11:59 p.m. Death threads on Cherry Creek Road. Caller reports threaten to harm the reporting party. Transported to Sonoma County Jail. SUNDAY, APRIL 28 4:39 p.m. Welfare check on South Cloverdale Boulevard and Healdsburg Avenue. Caller driving past intersection states there is a male subject in a wheelchair and requests welfare check. 5:25 p.m. Hit and run misdemeanor at business on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Caller reports her rental vehicle was hit while parked. 7:02 p.m. DomeStic related incident on Timber Rider Court. Caller reports verbal. Officer reports warned and advised. 8:24 p.m. Suspicious vehicle on Vine Drive. Reports of a suspicious vehicle, green Honda. A male in a flannel shirt and dark pants in the driver's seat and a male passenger got out and went inside. Transported to Sonoma County Jail. 10:38 p.m. Disturbance on Citrus Fair Drive. Caller reports a verbal between a male and female. Reporting party can hear things being thrown. Transported to Sonoma County Jail. The Kiwanis Club of Cloverdale is holding its 17th annual Mother's Day Pancake Breakfast on May 12 from 8 to 11:30 a.m. at the Cloverdale High School cafeteria. Adults tickets are $10 and tickets for children ages 5 and younger are $5. The breakfast includes ham, eggs, strawberries, regular pancakes and blueberry pancakes, as well as coffee, orange juice and milk. All mom's who attend will receive a carnation. This breakfast is a fundraiser to raise money to sponsor scholarships for Cloverdale High School graduating seniors. All proceeds are used for scholarships. The Kiwanis Club of Cloverdale held their first , Mother's Day Breakfast fundraiser back in 2003 and raised enough money to sponsor two $500 scholarships for student. These days the club gives $4,000 a year to local graduates to help further their educations. Bring your family to honor morn, while helping the Kiwanis Club of Cloverdale provide scholarships to local students. If you can't make it to breakfast and would like to make a contribution to the scholarship fund, send your check to the Kiwanis Club of Cloverdale, P.O. Box 367, Cloverdale, CA 95425. Submitted by Evelyn Hayes, Kiwanis Club of Cloverdale 1 9 3 3 8 7 4 6 4 1 3 9 6 6 9 CLOVERDALE AMBULANCE LOG The Cloverdale Healthcare District posts recent ambu- lance dispatch information on its website, chcd-ambulance.com. gLVSj6 gze 9S9=L~6b ' r' " Z 689~L~E L9L~gg~ 6 ~gcLb6~9Z b6~9~L~SL 6LSbgL~g9 V96~9Z~S 9~Zg86V ACROSS 1 Gaucho's weapon 5 Big Apple abbr. 8 Silenced "Hey!" 12 "Once -- a Mattress" 13 Debtor's let- ters 14 Duel tool 15 Delphinium 17 Rotate 18 Dismal 19 Snow White's pals 21 Put on the line 24 Everything 25 Pop flavor 28 Frogs' hang- out 30 Make up your mind 33 Kinsman, for short 34 Drops from the payroll 35 Letter after 31 -Down 36 Moment 37 From the start 38 Read cursorily 39 Barbie's com- panion 41 Teens'] bit 43 Go directly downhiU 46 Paoific porch 50 Desirous look 51 Rash 1 2 3 12 15 18 mmm 25 26 27 33 36 mm 43 44 5O 54 57 54 Sandwich treat 55 Sphere 56 Reclined 57 Marries 58 Bill 59 Pronto, in the ER 8 9 10 11 DOWN 16 1 Socket insert 20 2 October stone 22 3 Traditional 23 tales 4 Turkey's capi- 25 tal 5 Pinch 26 6 Second per- 27 son 7 Cottage 29 6 23 9 10 tl -mm 30 31 32 35 mmm 47 48 49 52 I cheese label 31 Letter before word 35-Across Corolla corn- 32 Allen or ponent Conway Morgan of 34 Enthusiasts "Super Size 38 T-shirt sizes Me" 40 Continental Lowly laborer money Sawbucks 42 Timeworn Half a Vail pair 43 Decelerate Bankrolls 44 Wrap in a Rotate waxy cloth "M*A*S'H" 45 Attempt locale 47 Tidy Letterman's 48 One side of network, the Urals Raw rock 49 "-- It Big name in Romantic?" U.S. aircraft 52 Historic period Mr. Gingrich 53 Recede The CLOVERDALE FIRE LOG following are excerpted from Cloverdale Fire Protection District daily log entries MONDAY, APRIL 22 3:01 a.m. Medical aid on Antonio Street for a female feeling ill. Transported to Healdsburg General Hospital. 4:13 p.m. Medical aid on Asti Road for an intoxicated male patient who is passed out on the side of the road. Transported to Healdsburg General Hospital. 5:05 p.m. Medical aid on South Cloverdale Boulevard for a female who cut her leg. TUESDAY, APRIL 23 3:57 p.m. Medical aid on Mulberry Street for a 66-year-old female who injured her shoulder. Transported to Healdsburg General Hospital. 6:28 p.m. Medical aid on Wisteria Circle for a foot injury. 8:50 p.m. Medical aid on Elbridge Avenue for a 70-year-old female feeling ill. Transported to Healdsburg General Hospital. 11:18 p.m. Medical aid on South Cloverdale Boulevard for a male who said he was hit in the head, exhibited mental problems, taken into custody. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24 9:34 a.m. Medical aid on Cherry Creek road for a 55-year-old male who had problems breathing. Transported to Kaiser. 4:56 p.m. Medical aid on Geysers Road for a 67-year-old female with chest pain. Transported to Healdsburg General Hospital. 6:29 p.m. Medical aid on Asti Road for a 78-year-old male who had fall- en into a small creek. Head lacera- tion and shoulder injury. Transported to Healdsburg General Hospital. THURSDAY, APRIL 25 11:06 a.m. Medical aid on Ottoboni Drive ford 76-year-old female with a ground level fall. Transported to Healdsburg General Hospital. 12:07 p.m. Medical aid on Lake Street for a 93-year-old female with stomach pain. Transported to Healdsburg General Hospital. 1:18 p.m. Medical aid on Pepperwood Drive for a female patient feeling ill. Transported to Healdsburg General Hospital. 2:08 p.m. Medical aid on Buckeye Circle for a female patient feeling altered and sick. Transported to Sutter. FRIDAY, APRIL 26 9:33 a.m. Medical aid on Tarmen Drive for an 11-year-old girl having seizures. Transported to Healdsburg General Hospital. 10:56 a.m. Medical aid on River Road for a 61-year-old male with chest pain. Transported to Sutter. 12:20 p.m. Medical aid on South CIoverdale Boulevard for a 1-year- old girl with seizures. Transported to Healdsburg General Hospital. 6:13 p:m. Medical aid on Stonegate Circle for a 99-year-old female with a fall from a scooter. Transported to Healdsburg General Hospital. 9:11 p.m. Smoke check on Cherry Creek Road. Report of smoke smell in the area. All units unable to locate. 9:39 p.m. Medical aid for a 49-year- old male with foot pain. Transported to Healdsburg General Hospital. 11:48 p.m. Public assist to Grape Gables Way to assist homeowner with malfunctioning smoke detector. The Cloverdale High School teacher arrested last month for allegedly refereeing a "fight- club style" environment in a classroom at the high school was dismissed during a closed session Cloverdale Unified School District Board of Trustees meeting on April 25. The District Attorney's office is still investigating the case against Federico Vargas, 41, who was initially booked into Sonoma County County Jail on March 9 for 13 counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor and five counts of endangering children. Vargas later posted bail. '!The board approved Resoluti6n 219-14 stating its intention to immediately suspend without pay, and to dismiss Mr. Vargas from his teaching position," CUSD Superintendent Jeremy Decker said of the board meeting. According to the press release released by the Cloverdale Police Department following the March 9 arrest, the fighting was isolated to Vargas' classroom. -- Zo~ StricMand District Attorney Jill Ravitch announced April 25 that it has resolved a civil case against Pacific States Industries (Redwood Empire Sawmill). The unlawful busi- ness practices case comes out of an April 10, 2013 sawmill death. On April 10, Raul Lule died in a bark conveyor "that the employees regularly walks on while they were unjamming it," stated a report by Cal- OSHA. "Sonoma County business- es must put safety first, before profits," Ravitch said. "To do otherwise is to maintain unlawful business practices with an unfair advantage over businesses that are following worker safety laws." This follows an investiga- tion wherein the DA's office found that the opposite was happening at the mill. "The District Attorney's Office conducted an investiga- tion and discovered a culture of production over safety at the mill and that the sawmill and its two other facilities in Sonoma County did not have written procedures for employees to use to work on, unjam or clean machinery and equipment, including the bark conveyor where L ule died," states the release put out by the DA's office. "Title 8 of the California Code of Regulations requires that businesses have written, procedural steps for employees who work on (unjam, service or repair) machinery and equipment. Employees are required to shut off all machinery and equipment for safety purposes under California law before they service, or otherwise work on it flit could move and cause injury." As part of the case resolu- tion, Pacific States is required to implement enhanced safety processes and procedures at its three locations throughout the county, as well as pay the civil penalties and restitution. -- Zo# Strickland 9 7 8 7 3 1 SINK LAW OFFICE TRUSTS 6 ESTATES THOMAS REED SINK* MARY PAYNE ,SINK CERTIFIED SPECIALIST IN ESTATE PLANNING, TRUST AND PROBATE LAW STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA BOARD OF LEGAL SPECIALIZATION 144 SOUTH CLOVEKDALE BLVD. CLOVEKDALE" (707) 894-3941 51NKLAW@SABEK.NET WWW.51NKLAWOFFICE.COM ANIMAL HOSPITAL OF CLOVERDALE Receive $5 OFF any Vaccine for your cat or dog. 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