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62 61 M.(' 2&06" of the commu- by for one last look at school building Mon- g 1961 gradu- :and 1968 School Board They were Councilwoman Carol principal Dave Ash- teacher and current member Harold Wal- Superintendent Don as three members of the Wrecking ball struck at discounts for seniors diSCount identification disabled persons and will be issued July 11 Santa Rosa Senior Benueu Avenue, in 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. flows dis- who qualify and aged 65 years or transit systems in at a reduced fare. forms for disabled available by calling . Transit at (800) Employee of local business arrested in massive drug raid Last Tuesday morning, as part of a major drug bust in Northern California, members of the Secret Service and the Drug Enforcement Agency raided Phoenix Auto Res- toration, on S. East Street here in Cloverdale. There they arrested employee Louis Santucci, 41, of Santa Rosa, alleged to be one of the major players in a California drug ring headed by a 44-year old Rohnert Park woman. Agents also confts- cated his four antique cars he had been restoring on the premises. A spokesman for the DEA in San Francisco has assured the Reveille there is absolutely no evidence to indicate that either Phoenix Auto Restoration or owner Paul Wad- dington were in anyway involved in the illegal drug activity. Santucci, on the other hand, was arrested earlier this year on counter- Seal coat design at airport will cost $6300 Design services for a runway seal coat project at Cloverdale Air- port will be provided by Hedges & Shutt, an engineering firm, at a cost of $6300. In 1988 the City secured a $53,000 grant from FAA for this project and plans and specifications for the seal coat must be presented to that agency before the grant funds are released. feiting charges. Acting on an anonymous tip, offi- cials confiscated sophisticated print- ing equipment and $100,000 in counterfeit bills at his Geyserville home last February. According to Paul, he first met Santucci less than two years ago. When he decided to open up Phoenix Auto Restoration, Santucci came in as a working partner. After the arrest in February, Paul said he received a call from a lady at the County Court asking if Santucci could come back to work for him if he were released. Thinking he was doing the man a favor, Paul said it would be all right. In the meantime, legal papers were filed to remove Santucci's name as a partner in the business. Agents siezed $875,000 in cash, in the raids conducted throughout Northern California, as well as 100 pounds of a chemical used to manu- facture methamphetamines, more than six pounds of methamphetarn- ines and 60-70 weapons. They also confiscated a number of ordinary vehicles and seven classic vehicles and will seek forfeiture of four Sonoma County homes. 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East St. Woman reports her ex-boyfriend is making threatening phone calls. Diamond Back mountain bike found at Airport. Confirmed stolen from Contra Costa County. Juveniles on off road dirt bikes disturbing the peace on Clark. Adult female reports being harras- sed by adult male. Barking dog disturbing the peace on Hillview. Wednesday, June 12 Huffy B 10 bike found at residence on Commercial. Witness reports seeing male juve- nile stealing valve stem covers off vehicles in the 100 block of N. Cloverdale Blvd. Youth taken into custody. Released to parent. Thursday, June 13 Cloverdale man arrested on sus- picion of public intoxication. Structure fire at Peking Palace. Rock thrown thru window 500 block N. Cloverdale Blvd. Non injury traffic accident on W. 2nd St. Verbal dispute, male vs. female, on Clark & South St. Verbal dispute, male vs. female, 300 block N. Washington St. Female assault victim refuses to press charges. Physical dispute I00 block S. Cioverdale Blvd. Officer reports mutual combat. Barking dog disturbing the peace on Clark Ave. Friday, June 14 Officer reports finding Hwy 128 sign on US101 at Mittelstadt Rd. Male juvenile arrested on suspi- cion of peuy theft on School Street. Uninvited person disturbing the peace at party at Vats Building. Saturday, June 15 Ukiah man arrested on suspicion of DUI at McCray Rd. & US101. Barking dog disturbing the peace 200 block E. 3rd St. 1990 Black Ford Pick-up reported stolen from Cloverdale Airport. Later recovered near place of theft. Loud music disturbing the peace on Vine Dr. Ambulance requested for 4 young girls stung several times by wasps 31000 block Hwy 128 Business owner's report of two unwanted patrons results in arrest of two men on suspicion of public intoxication. Barking dog on Haehl St. disturb- ing the peace. Do00 your rontars poficy pay only depreciated value? Find out about the Allstate Replacement Cost on Contents* option. And recover losses at today's cost! Allstate* Allstate Insurance Company SAvailable in most states. ]trts not repmred or replaced are adjusted on an :tu cash-vdue basis. , % ROD PERSONS 347 Healdsburg Ave. Healdsburg. CA 95448 707-431-8466 Paae 5 Verbal dispute 1000 block S. Clo- verdale Blvd. Sunday, June 16 Armando Cruz arrested on out- standing CHP warrant. Loud party disturbing the peace on E. Cherry Creek. Livermore man arrested on suspi- cion of DUI. Vehicle vs. 2 dogs in 1200 block of S. Cloverdale Blvd. One dog DOA, other one critical. Lous music disturbing the peace 200 block Chablis. Three car non-iniury accident 400 block N. Cloverdale Blvd. Redwood Valley woman arrested on suspicion of DUI and resisting arrest. Loud music disturbing the peace again 200 block Chablis. Leroy Madsen arrested on otus- tending warrant. Neighbor dispute on Elbrdige. Resident on Oat Valley Rd. re- quests officer's assistance until Sher- iff arrives due to confrontation with burglary suspecL How to get rid of an unwanted guest: chase him outside with a fireplace poker! Shortly after 2 a.m. on the morning of Tuesday, June 11, Cloverdale police officers Shawn Campbell and Kevin Griff'm responded to a dis- turbance inse a residence at 3rd and Commercial. As they were approaching the scene, a car sped down 3rd Street towards Cloverdale Boulevard. Officer Campbell pursued the vehicle as Officer Griffin continued to approach the house. After stopping the vehicle in the 200 block of N. Cloverdale Blvd., Officer Campbell was questioning the occupants when Officer Griffin radioed that he needed assistance. The female resident of the house had chased an unwanted male visitor into the front yard with a fireplace poker, yelling to the officers that he might be armed. Police arrested 33-year old Franz Otto Wittenkeller of Calpella on suspicion of public intoxication. Identified as a member of the Arayan Brotherhood, Mr. Witten- keller was recently released from prison after serving time for man- slaughter. It was later determined that the occupants of the vehicle were actu- ally innocent victims of the distur- bance who were just trying to leave. City seeks financial aid for utility lines to meet future growth City Manager Bob Perrault and Councilman Jim Teague met with Senator Barry Keene and Assembly- woman Bev Hansen last week to dis- cuss impacts of the By-pass project on Cloverdale's 1991-92 budget. The principal problem facing the City is the cost of re-sizing utilities to accommodate future growth, the City Manager explained. Negotiations are ongoing to deter- mine just how much of this, cost the City will have to absorb. CalTrans has indicated a willing- ness to replace the lines in kind but will not commit, so far, to increasing their size for future growth. Manager Perrault said that he and Councilman Teague were fortunate to be able to meet with their two representatives in the midst of the State's current budget furor. "It is really frustrating and even frightening to see what is going on in Sacramento," he declared. He is concerned that while the Legislature will probably repeal the law that permits counties to assess booking and property tax collection fees against cities, the bite could be three times as large if vehicle and forfeiture fee allocations now going to cities are sent elsewhere. The Council will be informed as negotiations progress, the City Man- ger said. Tom Sink becomes partner in law firm The Santa Rosa law firm of Campbell, Anderson & Casey has announced that Cloverdale native Thomas Reed Sink has become a partner within the firm. 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