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www cloverdalereveiile com June 13, 2019 The Cloverdale Reveille Page 3 Sonoma West Publishers is looking to build more community engagement in our newspapers. We don't want to just tell you the news, we want to expand the conversation so that more ideas, viewpoints and data are shared to create a better, more informed community. We have several ways you can join the conversation. First, you can submit calendar items and press releases to news@sonomawest.com and go online to each of our four websites and submit calendar events there. If you have an upcoming event or program you want to bring attention to, this is the best way to spread the word. Events submitted should be available to the general public. You can also submit photos of recent events with relevant details to the same email. Second, you can weigh in on what's happening around town by submitting letters to the editor. This can be done either on our website, or by submitting an email to one of our editors. If you're old school, you can send a hard copy letter to our office in Healdsburg at 230 Center St. Please ensure that handwritten letters are legible. Letters are limited to 400 words. For both letters and press releases, we ask you provide your name. For letters, we ask you also include your town of residence. Third, you can be part of our newsgathering by using our SoCurious feature. SoCurious helps us create a "reader-powered newsroom" by allowing you to tell us what you are interested in, and we'd love to hear more from you. Submit a story idea or news question through our website portal, and we will work with you to find the answers. While we look at topics ranging from homelessness to the environment, there may be a certain piece of the puzzle you are curious about. We appreciate specific questions that illuminate a different part of our area's story. Maybe you're curious about a change in the downtown business scene, maybe it's a question about the finances of a nonprofit. Whatever your question, the more detailed it can be, the better place we have to start finding answers. We hope you take the time to share what's important to you. We believe that through this engagement, we can continue to create newspapers that are one of the cornerstones of our towns. CLOVERDALE POLICE LOG The following are excerpted from Cloverdale Police Department daily log entries MONDAY, JUNE 3 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5 9:53 a.m. Domestic related incident reported at 2:10 p.m. Petty theft report at business on South Cloverdale Police Department on Broad Street. Cloverdale Boulevard. Reporting party reports 1:53 p.m. Suspicious person on EIbridge Avenue subject caught on camera stealing items, believes for a male in the park, who has placed pads on officers can ID the subject. Officer reports store one Of the trees and is kicking and punching the declined prosecution. pads. Reporting party is concerned the tree will 5:41 p.m. Suspicious circumstances on South be damaged and die off. Officer reports subject Cloverdale Boulevard. Caller reports male sitting contacted, warned and advised, in the handicap parking space in front of 2:18 p.m. Suspicious person on North Foothill business, no vehicle. States he approached her Boulevard. Reporting party reports female vehicle as she was getting into it, threatened her associated with a black prius with a Florida plate verbally. She's never seen him and wants to be taking oranges out of yard. sure that he's not going to be trouble for anyone 5:15 p.m. Suspicious person at business on else. Officer contacted subject who states he felt South CIoverdale Boulevard. Reporting party . the reporting party was following him around, so reports male subject sitting on the curb was warning them to stay away from him. panhandling. Subject also has a small child. Officer reports out with subject and another adult, THURSDAY, JUNE 6 no child. Subjects waiting to catch the bus. 9:12 a.m. Suspicious person at plaza on North 7:41 p.m. Display of weapon on Treadway Drive Cloverdale Boulevard. Anonymous reports and South Foothill Boulevard. Subject was subject smoking marijuana. Warned and advised. threatened by male subject with a bowie knife 11:31 a.m. Warrant arrest on EIbridge Avenue. from a vehicle. Transported to county jail. 12:26 p.m. Street or traffic equipment hazard on TUESDAY, JUNE 4 North Jefferson Street. Caller reports residents 12:05 a.m. Disturbance on North Main Street. are blocking the sidewalk with personal property. Reporting party reports husband is drunk and she It's been occurring the last week or so, but today is trying to get him to leave, it's the worse it has been. He states that school 6:20 p.m. Suspicious person on Riesling Street. children have to go into street to bypass. Officer Caller reports a male in his 20s walking in the responded; several items to be given away are area and punching the air. Requests officer drive strewn about the driveway, sidewalk and street. through neighborhood as the subject has not 4:07 p.m. Welfare check at business on South been noticed as residing in the area. Officer CIoverdale Boulevard. Party requests officer responded, subject not located, make contact with female with a baby in a stroller 6:55 p.m. Suspicious person on East First Street. begging for money. Reporting party is concerned Caller reports eight to 10 juveniles skateboarding about the baby's welfare because it is in the sun. in the alleyway and toward the back of buildings. 7:04 p.m. Warrant arrest on Theresa Drive and Officer responded and group contacted, advised Dutcher Creek Road. Subject located; four to stay off the sidewalk and out of the alleyway, warrants. :" 7:28 p.m. Juvenile problem on East First Street. 10:06 p.m. Juvenile problem on Healdsburg Caller leaving the area reports juveniles throwing Avenue. Reporting party reports a group of punches at each other, related to previous calls juveniles doing a "doorbell ditch" at their home. about skateboarding. Reporting party has it on video, is a teacher and 8:35 p.m. Petty theft report at business on North knows who the juveniles are and where they live. CIoverdale Boulevard. Caller requests officer Also received a call from another residence on respond to locate video of subject that stole items Healdsburg Avenue who reported kids banging from the store, on the side of their house around 10 p.m. 10:34 p.m. Noise disturbance at business on North Main Street. Reporting party reports very loud people at this address and possibly underage drinking; reporting party would like them to quiet down. 11:09 p.m. Juvenile problem on Cottage Court. Reporting party reports he had a "doorbell ditch" about 10 minutes ago but did not see anyone. He then went out and drove around and saw four younger people get into a car. FRIDAY, JUNE 7 12:29 a.m. Suspicious person at business on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Reporting party reports someone going between the houses with a flashlight in this complex near the trash bins. 6:57 a.m. Mischief on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Reporting party reports his car was egged sometime last night. Reporting party does not want to make a report, just wanted to report it. 1:18 p.m. Reckless driving on East First Street and Asti Road. Caller reports silver Honda Civic entered area from McCray Road and was racing around the water treatment plant. Unable to locate. 3:40 p.m. Caller reports receiving a phone call from a company announcing themselves as a National Police Association requesting a donation. Dispatch advised caller it is likely a scam. 6:07 p.m. Suspicious person on North Cloverdale Boulevard. Walk-in reports male subject laying in or around the planter box near gravel 10t; states tried to wake him to move, but he won't interact with him. SATURDAY, JUNE 8 12:11 a.m. Welfare check on North Main and Broad streets. Reporting party requests welfare check of a 2-year-old boy who is pushing a bike alongside a female. Reporting party is concerned child is out so late. 1:51 a.m. Suspicious circumstances on Railroad Avenue. Reporting party reports "something is about to go down in front of this location with a group of people" and then hung up. Resolved. 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Go to our website and print out the coupon today. Look for other money saving offers every month at Call for Appointment! 894-3951 Photo Lizeth Guerrero FAMILY TIPS -- Retired Jefferson teacher Doug Branscomb's (pictured middle) first year at Jefferson was in 1990. One of his first studnets was German "Jr." Guerrero. Now, 29 years later, Jr's son Santiago is in Branscomb's last class at Jefferson. "He has definitely made a full circle within the Oloverdale community and at Jefferson," said Lizeth Guerrero, Santiago's mom and an administrative assistant at Jefferson. "We will definitely miss him playing his piano every morning and hearing it throughout campus." The CLOVERDALE FIRE LOG following are excerpted from Cloverdale Fire Protection District daily log entries MONDAY, JUNE 3 Main Street for a female patient 6:54 a.m. Smoke Check on that has been altered. Transported Highway 128. Illegal burn to Healdsburg General Hospital. extinguished. Air pollution notified. 12:50 p.m. Assist Healdsburg Fire with a commercial structure fire on TUESDAY, JUNE 4 University Street. Canceled 11:40 a.m. Medical aid on Wisteria enroute. Circle for a medical pendant 2:33 p.m. Medical aid on activation. Rockydale Lane for an 8 p.m. Medical aid on Pine unresponsive male. Coroner's Mountain Road for a 68-year-old case. male whose friends said he was 6:14 p.m. Smoke check on McCray confused. Checked, no transport. Road. Report of smoke seen from the Crocker Bridge. All units were WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5 unable to locate. 5:17 p.m. Auto aid to Healdsburg 9:56 p.m. Medical aid on Cherry for a structure fire. Canceled. Creek Road for a 57-year-old female feeling ill. Transported to THURSDAY, JUNE 6 Sutter. 8:37 a.m. Vegetation fire on Highway 101 and Dry Creek Road. SATURDAY, JUNE 8 Assist Healdsburg with a possible 6:24 a.m. Vegetation fire on vegetation fire. Canceled enroute. McCray Road. Small grass fire, 9:01 a.m. Medical aid on Elbridge undetermined cause. Avenue for a female patient with a vaginal bleed. Transported to 1:36 p.m. Assist Healdsburg Fire Sutter. with a vegetation fire on Grant 10:17 a.m. Medical aid on Douglas Avenue. Canceled enroute. Fir Circle for a male patient that's altered. Transported to Healdsburg SUNDAY, JUNE 9 General Hospital. 3:39 p.m. Smoke check on River 3:30 p.m. Structure fire on Fitch Road. Vehicle burning out and mountain. Assist Healdsburg Fire taking off real fast. with a residential structure fire. 6:21 p.m. Smoke check in River Canceled enroute. Park. Small spot on the park path 6:59 p.m. Medical aid on Mulberry on the countyside. Street for a 5-year-old with a 6:48 p.m. Medical aid on East First ground level fall. Street for a 35-year-old male who overdosed on heroin. Administered FRIDAY, JUNE 7 Narcan, transported to Healdsburg 7:28 a.m. Medical aid on North General Hospital. eeeleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Newspaper Office/Copy Assistant for Legal Notice Department . Sonoma West Publishers is offering an immediate opening based at our Healdsburg newspaper office handling the weekly duties of typesetting, clerical filing, and customer service via email and phone for our legal department. Organizational, basic math and language skills plus basic computer skills are required. Desired candidates will * demonstrate the ability to multi-task, problem solve and keep smiling in our friendly, patient workplace. Prior news- paper or related experience is a plus, but a skilled, motivat- ed individual will be welcome. This is a part-time hourly position. Starting rate of pay depends on experience and demonstrated skill levels. Send a cover letter and current resume to jobs@sonomawest.com. (No phone contacts, thank you.) CLOVERDALE REVEILLE OUR STAFF PUBLISHER: Rollie Atkinson ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER: Sarah Bradbury MANAGING EDITOR: Andrew Pardiac EDITOR: Zo6 Strickland SPORTS EDITOR: Greg Clementi STAFF WRITERS: Heather Bailey, Dylan Sirdofsky WEBMAsTER: Laura Hagar Rush DIGITAL MEDIA: Katherine Minkiewicz ADVERTISING SALES: Teresa Elward, Anika Hillin, Brad Wendy Gilchrist BOOKKEEPER: Jan Todd CIRCULATION: Cherie Kelsay CREATIVE SERVICES: Robby McClellan, Jim Schaefer Schmaltz, CONTACT iNFORMATION NEWS: news@cloverdalereveille.com ADVERTISING: sales@sonomawest.com CIRCULATION: circulation@sonomawest.com LEGAL NOTICES: legals@sonomawest.com