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www cioverdalereveille corn May 16, 2019 The Cloverda]e Reveille Page 3 CLOVERDALE POLICE LOG The following are excerpted from C]overda]e Police Department daily log entries Attentive grandpas, discreet 'dope' smokers, guilt-ridden guests, well-watered goats MONDAY, MAY 6 5:47 am Suspicious person on North Cloverdale Boulevard and West Second Street. Reporting party reports a male subject on a BMX bike in a beanie made threats toward the reporting party. Unable to locate. 7:41 a.m. Suspicious person at school on North CIoverdale Boulevard. Reporting party reports subject sleeping between district office and east gym. Subject contacted and moved along. 12:08 p.m. Suspicious person on Cottage Court. Reporting party reports male looking through garbage cans in the area. Officer reports contacted resident and reporting party, extra patrol request. 5:09 p.m. Suspicious person on West Brookside Drive. Reporting party reports a male throwing punches in the area. Officer reports contacted subject, advised to go home. 6:30 p.m. Suspicious person at park on Elbridge Avenue. Reporting party reports a male subject is staring at kids on the play structure is walking around it, has been there approximately 1.5 hours. Officer reports subject contacted, at the park with grandchild. TUESDAY, MAY 7 11:55 a.m. No-injury accident on Treadway Drive. Vehicle ran into the back of reporting party's vehicle and left the scene. 2:47 p,m. Suspicious circumstances at Champlain Avenue and North Cloverdale Boulevard. Caller reports older male with a beard with shirt pulled over his head. Reports they appear to be smoking =dope," requests subject be moved along because children are leaving school. Warned and advised. 3:46 p.m. Citizen assist at Cloverdale Police Department on Broad Street. Walk-in requests assistance regarding threats made by employer when she tried to collect for unpaid work. Civil standby completed. 3:53 p.m. Welfare check on Porterfield Creek Drive for a 92-year-old man. Reporting party Cloverdale Police Department on Broad Street. Reporting party requests to speak with an officer regarding her boyfriend "attacking" her and taking her phone. Reporting party waiting outside in front of CPD with her children in her vehicle. WEDNESDAY, MAY 8 12:34 a.m. Suspicious person at business on South CIoverdale Boulevard. Reporting party reports a male running around with a black trash bag and a flashlight, screaming and yelling. Subject last seen at business, where he tipped over the picnic table and was looking in windows. 10:41 a.m. Animal complaint at Cloverdale Police Department on Broad Street. Party requests check to make sure goats have water on Cherry Creek Road. Officer reports goats check OK and have five buckets of water. 4:54 p.m. Suspicious circumstances at business on Treadway Drive. Caller reports young couple in their 20s tried to return items that may have not been purchased at store a couple of days ago. Approximately 30 minutes ago manager saw them on video stealing cheeses and dell meat. Requests to speak with officer regarding if it happens again or if they come back. 10:38 p.m. Suspicious circumstances at business on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Caller reports male subject asked to exchange "weed" for a meal. Officers contacted subject who was asked to leave and complied. THURSDAY, MAY 9 1:09 p.m. Domestic incident at South CIoverdale Boulevard and Citrus Fair Drive. Caller reports verbal between male and female on east side of boulevard. Subjects were throwing things in the street. 3:06 p.m. No-injury accident on North Washington and West First streets. Officers out with possible collision. was on the phone with him but he seemed to be 3:47 p.m. Petty theft at business on McCray out of it, sounds like the phone was dropped. Road. Caller reports they left their wallet in Checks OK. 7:55 p.m. Suspicious person at Cloverdale Police Department on Broad Street. Male subject in lobby, requests to sit down but will not explain the reason to the dispatcher. Officer contacted subject; subject declined to provide information for any issue and then left the building. 8:18 p.m. Meet the citizen at CIoverdale Police Department on Broad Street. Reporting party feeling guilty about some stuff, not sure how to proceed. 8:53 p.m. Suspicious circumstances at vehicle at this location, was unlocked and is now missing. Dispatcher advised caller to contact Sonoma County Sheriff's Office. 4:07 p.m. Petty theft at school on South Washington Street. Caller reports bike taken. 7:32 p.m. Disturbance on Cherry Creek Road. Male subject yelling and making threats toward another male, officers responded and determined it was a family argument based on behavior, has been mediated and resolved. 7:41 p.m. Disturbance on Railroad Avenue. Caller reports male subject in a suit coat, baggy pants, scarf who won't leave. Officers cemetary on Asti Road and East First Street. responded by subject left on foot prior to arrival. pt tlR j: 'arty; reports male subject beating 8:04 p.m. Burglary on SunriseOtive,:Caller for .10 ,minutes. Off'cer reports reports= returned-horne: , no weapon, mental hea th issues. g! 37 p.m. Domeshc re ated mc=dent at and Lake streets. Officer out with male subject from previous incident on Railroad Avenue. Transported to Sonoma County Jail. FRIDAY, MAY 10 11:48 a.m. Welfare check at church on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Caller reports female driver sped into the parking lot, was seen driving erratically then jumped out of vehicle and was seen/heard screaming at the occupants inside. Officer responded. Parent and child playing on the lawn with their dog, driver reports child threw a shoe while she was driving, so parent parked the car to parent the child. 12:11 p.m. Disturbance at school on North CIoverdale Boulevard. Caller reports music coming from the football field, Officer responded, event in progress and the music is at a reasonable level. SATURDAY, MAY 11 3:09 p.m. Neighborhood dispute on Chablis Way. Reporting party reports neighbor is threatening to harm him. 4:22 p.m. Mischief on Elbridge Avenue. Reporting party reports a male subject racing back and forth on the walking trail behind the Cottages and around Pepperwood Drive. Subject is on a motorized bike. 6:37 p.m. Suspicious person on Pepperwood Drive and South Foothill Boulevard. Reporting party reports a subject with a dog campaign along the creekwhere the walking path leads to the water tanks behind Pepperwood, Reporting party would like him contacting and moved along. 6:46 p.m. Missing person investigation on West Third Street. Reporting party reports 82-year- old female left facility about 10 minutes ago. Reporting party states subject has dementia. 7:30 p.m. Animal bite on Hardister Drive, Reporting party reports neighbor's black and white husky jumped into his yard and bit him. Reporting party refused medical but wants officer to come take a report. 10:25 p.m. Drunk driving on Rockydale Lane. One arrested for DUI, 10:44 p.m, Drunk driving on Chrome Iron Road. CLOVERDALE FIRE LOG been broken into. bothering people as they walk by. Officer made 8:37 p.m. Officer initiated activity at South East contact, warned and advised. CLOVERDALE AMBULANCE LOG The Cloverdale Healthcare District posts recent ambu- lance dispatch information on its website, chcd-ambulance.com. b ~gSLL69 Lg96~V Lg Lg6L ggb Lbggg6 L ~Lgb6~L8 96gLL 9S~ 6~ gLg~9L 9866LLg gLL 99~86 1 7 8 1 7 9 1 4 ACROSS 7- 1 Snapshot 6 America's 12 uncle 15 9 Go back 12 Dawn 13 Pirouette pivot 2~ 14 "7 Faces of 2-'5"- Dr. --" 15 Foolish 29 16 Current 18 Use mouth- wash 38 20 Stirred 21 Service 44 charge 4"7-" 23 Exist 24 Nervous 5-~" 25 Screws up 27 Point of view iss 29 Horseradish --- cousin 31 Medal earners 35 Mottled mount 37 Break sud- denly 38 Went on all fours 41 Kreskin's claim 43 Have a go at 44 In the pink 45 Daughter of Muhammad 47 Oppressive 49 Danger 52 [Uncorrected] 53 Work with 4 1 7 The following are excerpted from Cloverdale Fire Protection District daily log entries MONDAY, MAY 6 6:36 p.m. Medical aid on Cherry Creek Road for a 92-year-old female with a ground level fall. No transport. Cloverdale Boulevard. Checking for the smell of has. No gas detected upon inspection. 12:40 a.m. Medical aid on Josephine Drive for a female feeling ill. Transported to Sutter. 1:28 p.m. Medical aid on Vista View Drive for a male patient feeling ill. TUESDAY, MAY 7 11:50 a.m. Medical aid on Broad Street for a 34-year-old male with difficulty breathing. No transport. 12:32 p.m. Public assist on SATURDAY, MAY 11 Champlain Avenue for a 74-year- 11:12 a.m. Medical aid on South old female with a non-injury fall. CIoverdale Boulevard for a 76- 2:17 p.m. Public assist on year-old female with high blood Hardister Drive for a male patient pressure. Transported to Sutter. needing assistance moving a new 7:09 p.m. Agency assist for bed. No medical merit. Cloverdale Police Department. 3:19 p.m. Medical aid on North Elderly female walked away from a Washington Stl: et for a 54-year- care facility on West Third Street. old female passed out. Female was found. Transported to Healdsburg 7:17 p.m. Medical aid on Los General Hospital. Colinas Drive for a 62-year-old male with pain in the right arm. No WEDNESDAY, MAY 8 transport. 8:29 a.m. Medical aid on South Washington Street for a 41-year- SUNDAY, MAY 12 old female with chest pains, 5:02 a.m. Medical aid on Kings Transported to Kaiser. Circle for a ground level fall. 8:23 p.m. Medical aid on North 7:29 a.m. Medical aid on Jefferson Street for an 87-year-old Porterfield Creek Drive for a 92- male with a ground level fall. No year-old male with difficulty talking, transport. Transported to Kaiser, 3:11 p.m. Medical aid on Primrose THURSDAY, MAY 9 Lane for a 1g-year-old male with 4:27 a.m. Debris fire on McCray problems breathing. Transported Road for a small rubbish fire at a to Sutter. homeless camp. 8:14 p.m. Medical aid on Sherwood Court for a 50-year-old FRIDAY, MAY 10 female with chest pain. 12:03 a.m. Public assist on South Transported to Kaiser. On Tuesday, May 14, three(FERC). As such, parties who local entities, California are interested in obtaining the , Trout, Medocino County liscense need to file a Notice Inland Water and Power of Intent and Preliminary Commission (which consists Application Document with of five agencies in Mendocino FERC by July 1. SUNDAY, MAY 12 County) and Sonoma Water,According to a press 1:12 a.m. Noise disturbance on Chablis Way, announced that they wilt be release from Sonoma Water, Reporting party states 15 to 20 people at this signing a project planning "the planning agreement will address having a party. Officer contacted agreement with the hopes of allow this regional coalition resident, will turn down msuic for the night, looking at pathways to to meet FERC's short 1:34 a.m. Noise disturbance on Chablis Way. reliscense the Potter Valley timeline." Reporting party states people in the backyard Project. The agreement allows the are talking loudly. Contacted resident, given Earlier this year, PG&E groups to prepare a final warning to keep noise down. announced it wasn't going to feasab~ty study for a seek renewal of its possible licensing proposal 8:19 p.m. Suspicious person at Furber Park on hydroelectric liscense from for the project. ~Elbridge Avenue. Caller reports male subject the Federal Energy ~k labrador, gray hair, shorts, Regulatory Commission -- Zo~ StricMand 19 33 I: 2 i 4 22 SINK LAW OFFICE TRusTs & ESTATES THOMAS REED SINK* ]V d Y PAYNE SINK * CERTIFIED 3PECIALISTIN ESTATE PLANNING, TRUSTAND PROBATE LAW STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA BOARD OF LEGAL SPECIALIZATION 144 SOUTH CLOVEP DALE BLVD. CLOVEKDALE (707) 894-3941 SINKLAW@SABEP~.NET "WWW.SINKLAWOFFICE.COM 39 27 45 DOWN 1 Tire pressure slat 2 Barbarian 3 Asian wild asses 4 With 46-Down, cheese- topped sand- wich 5 Phantom's bailiwick Skip a sound 6 50 I~ 55 Superlative 7 Top-rated 32 Easternmost ending 8 "Family Guy" Great Lake 56 Roulette betdaughter 33 Corn spike 57 Rose 9 "Cats" inspir- 34 Agent er 36 Ribbed 10 Money lend- 38 Opted for ers 39 Indian royals 11 One over par 40 Vote in 17 Deed holders 42 They're calling 19 Wheat or rye Danny Boy 21 A handful 45 Blend togeth- 22 Gec!ogicaler period 46 See 4-Down 24 Brewery prod- 48 "- American uct Cousin" 26 Demolitions 50 Altar affirma- specialist live 28 Specter 51 Started "Hot" 30 Morsel ANIMAL HOSPITAL OF CLOVERDALE Receive $5 OFF any Vaccine for your cat or dog. Go to our website and print out the coupon today. Look for other money saving offers every month at Call for Appointment! 894-3951 Iron :!~: ~: ~:: Photo Heather Bailey MAD BIKING -- Competitors in the Ironman Santa Rosa biked their way through north county on May 11. The event offered participants the opportunity to qualify for the championship event in Kona, Hawaii. It started with a swim in Lake Sonoma, then a bike through Geyserville, Healdsburg and Windsor and finally a run into Santa Rosa, with a finish line in Railroad Square. First across the line was Jan Stepinski, USA, who was 11th after the swim, but had the fastest bike and run times of the day to take the top spot in a time of 8:51:27. Ailsa MacDonald of Canada was the first woman to cross the line, finishing in a time of 10:16:43. Over 1,800,competitors came from around the world to compete in the event. 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