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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 2010 B Page 3 O POLICE LOG CONT. O RESORT co.00o DEVELOPMENT 11:48 a.m. 911 disconnect on N. Washington St. Upon call back adult female stated her small child was playing with the phone. 12:39 p.m. Report of a suspicious person in the area of E. First St. 1:39 p.m. Caller reports a male subject in front of CVS has been loi- tering for the past couple of days. Customers are complaining that he smells really bad and caller requests he be moved along. 1:46 p.m. Citizen brought in a credit card found in front of the old Grapes & Grounds building. 2:54 p.m. Caller requests an offic- er to identify a wire down on S. Franklin St. Officer reports it is a cable wire and Comcast was noti- fied. 2:56 p.m. Caller reports a suspi- cious couple in the Vintage Mead- ows Park. Caller states there appears to be something wrong with the male subject. 3:06 p.m. Officer arrested a male subject for being drunk in public on S. Cloverdale Blvd. 5:41 p.m. Citizen requests advice from an officer regarding her rela- tionship with her husband. Advice given. 6:25 p.m. Caller on Railroad Ave. reports someone on his property is yelling threats at him. Matter was resolved. 7:54 p.m. Citizen came in to self surrender on a warrant. 9:17 p.m. Officer out on N. Foot- hill Blvd. for a residence with an open garage door. Thursday, June 17 2:26 a.m. Officer out with a suspi- cous male adult in the area of Cher- ry Creek. 9:42 a.m. Caller on N. Cloverdale Blvd. reports an abandoned van has been parked for over two weeks and would like it to be towed. 10:02 a.m. Citizen requests to speak with an officer regarding po- lice equipment. 2:29 p.m. Citizen requests an ap- plication to volunteer where ever he may be needed. 7:17 p.m. Caller reports a big bag of asphalt on S. Cloverdale Blvd. 9:56 p.m. Caller on Elbridge Ave. reports receiving a threat on voice- mail from a family member. 10:24 p.m. Caller requests to speak to an officer regarding possi- ble harassment. Advice given 11:40 p.m. CalIer reports hearing something being thrown near the Boys Gym and Cloverdale High School. Caller stated he saw three teens walk past her residence. Friday, June 18 2:45 a.m. Caller reports three or four subjects in a Chevy Blazer with no top, are driving around being very loud on S. Cloverdale Blvd. 10:50 a.m. Caller reports damage to the light outside of the women's restroom at Furber Park. Officer re- ports there is no permanent dam- age/the light wa repaired. t1:39 a.m: Caller requests to speak to an officer regarding mari- juana und on a patient at Clover- dale Health Care Center. 12:0i p.m. Citizen reports receiv- ing"harassing phone calls. Officer contacted all involved parties. 1:25 p.m. Caller on S. Cloverdale Blvd. requests an officer due to a subject violating a court order. 2:42 p.m. Caller requests to speak FIRE CALLS Monday, June 14 Medical aid on Rosewood Dr. for a female with high blood pressure. Medical aid at First Falls for a fe- male subject with chest and leg pains. Medical aid on Cherry Creek Rd. for a female subject feeling ill. Tuesday, June 15 Medical aid on Creekside Dr. for a female subject having complica- tions after surgery. Wednesday, June 16 No calls for service. Thursday, June 17 Medical aid for a female with low blood pressure. Medical aid on Clover Springs Dr. for a female with back pain. Friday, June 18 Medical aid on Asti Ridge Rd. for a female fall victim iwth minor inju- ries. Saturday, June 19 Medical aid on Broad St. for a 32 year old male, not breathing. Medical aid on the McCutchan Ranch for a 65 year old male who fell off his horse and the horse fell with an officer regarding issues with her adult son. 6:58 p.m. Caller reports loud mu- sic coming from vehicles parked on N. Cloverdale Bhrd. Music was turned down upon request. 7:42 p.m. Citizen reports a cart in the area of the Plaza is hazard for kids that are playing in the area. 9:41 p.m. Caller reports someone just broke the glass at Bali Liquor. Officer reports the window has not been broken, just a group of juve- niles standing by the window. 10:10 p.m. Caller reports her son lost his bike at Friday Night Live. 11:18 p.m. Officer arrested a sub- ject for drunk driving on First St. 11:30 p.m. Officer out at Clover's Bar & Grill for a disturbance. Saturday, June 19 12:43 a.m. Officer out with two supicious females on S. Cloverdale Blvd. 12:45 a.m. Subject was arrested for an out of count 3 ' warrant. 7:08 a.m. Caller on N. Cloverdale Blvd. reports subjects have been us- ing a leaf blower and working loud- ly, two Saturday's in a row. 8:47 a.m. Citizen requests to speak to an officer regarding possi- ble identity theft. Advice given. 11:27 a.m. Caller on S. Franklin St. reports a vehicle has been rolled into their front yard. Officer reports vehicle was pushed out of the way and tagged. 1:28 p.m. Caller on Elbridge Ave. reports a neighbor has the music blaring and requests that it be turned down. 2:24 p.m. Citizen requests a civil standby to retrieve personal be- longings that she left with a friend. 3:40 p.m. Caller reports approxi- mately 10 juveniles have jumped the fence to swim in the pool on Elbridge Ave. 3:45 p.m. Caller requests an offic- er give her a call regarding an ex- boyfriend harrasstng her. Matter was resolved. 10:23 p.m. Officer out at Daly Field for doors open at the snack shack. 10:32 p.m. Officer heard what sounded like gunshots in the area of N. East St. Officer found a citizen who stated it was fireworks. 11:55 p.m. Caller reports a very loud party on Corranercial St. Sunday, June 20 12:29 a.m. Caller reports four ju- veniles just walked through the parking lot at Oaks Inn and one of the juveniles jumped on top of one of the parked cars. 2:02 a.m. Caller reports loud peo- ple at a residence on Debmar Ln. are keeping her awake. Subjects were warned and advised. 10:17 a.m. Caller on W. 2nd St. reports two subjects inside a vehi- cle are possibly engaged in illegal activity. 12:37 p.m. Caller on S. Franklin St. reports the front windshield of his vehicle was damaged sometime last night. Report taken. 4:55 p.m. Several callers called in to complain about the live Mariachi band on Ioli Ranch Cir. Subjects were warned and advised. 5:26 p.m. Report of a vehicle hanging over the edge of a hill at the top of Hot Springs Rd. Sonoma Country Sheriff was notified. 8:43 p.m. Caller reports seeing a neighbor come out and take his cat dishes that were full of food. Caller states the same neighbor has kicked over the cat food on several occa- sions but this time he took the dish- es. Report taken. 9:40 p.m. Caller reports very loud music coming from a residence on University St. 10:13 p.m. Officer out with a sus- picous vehicle at the back entrance to CHS track. LAFCO approved annexation of the AVR property in the City of Clo- verdale. There has been no request for consideration of LAFCO's April 7 determination and no oral or writ- ten protests were submitted at LAF- CO's June 2, 2010 protest hearing, so LAFCO affirmed the resolution for annexation of the AVR property into the City of Cloverdale. McCarthy stated that there are still two conditions remaining that must be satisfied for the annexation to be complete. The conditions in- volve an agreement for the county to continue monitoring the gravel mining permit on the property and the current Williamson Act contract on 15 acres of the property. These two issues are currently being ad- dressed and should be taken care of in the next few weeks. According to Sexton, the next step is to adjust the lot lines of the existing parcels on the project site to reflect the major components of the project approved in the Specific Plan. Carlile-Macy, Tyris' land planning consultant has submitted the-engineering designs for the lot line adjustments and a hearing is expected in the future for Planning Commission approval. The Alexander Valley Resort project consists of a regulation 18- hole golf course including full club- house facilities and a driving range along with a hotel complex with a spa, restaurant, conference facilities and adjacent 40 unit resort residen- tial units, 105 single family de- tached homes, 25 estate homes and a 2.4 acre commercial site approved for wine tasting and a restaurant. Sexton reported that Tyris is ne- gotiating with an international re- sort developer to step in as a joint venture partner or to take over its position in the project to complete the development process prior to actual construction. "We plan to continue our involvement, howev- er," he said. JACK HOWELL co.00 and bought the house fight next door. Jack's job as a meter reader took him all over town and down every back road where he met some of Sonoma County's most colorful characters. In creating a tourist-oriented shopping mecca here. She believes there would be spill-over from both Healdsburg and Geyserville, two towns that have succeeded in re-defining their downtowns as tourist/shopping destina- tions. There are also two big redevelopment projects, that could be of benefit to the city: the History Center connected to the museum, and the Perform- ing Arts Center, which is yet to be completed. Both of these venues, could be used to draw visitors here, but they need to be promoted and publi- cized, which takes staff and money. City Manager Nina Regor agrees with Howell. A special city council workshop is planned for June 28 at 6 p.m. at the Senior Center to discuss economic development. "A good outcome would be if we could agree on what economic development means and decide on how we are going to focus our efforts," Regor said. She pointed out there is no short term fix but it is a stated priority of the council to rejuvenate the community. Oxycontin robber goes to prison Matthew Michael Webb, 26, has been sentenced to 14 years in state prison, with 71 days credited for jail time for the armed robbery of the CVS Drug Store at 1111 South Cloverdale Blvd. Webb walked into the store on Thursday, Feb. 25, and handed a note to the pharmacy clerk demanding all of the oxycontin in the store. The note said: "I'm desperate, I have a gun." Webb pulled up his shirt and dis- played a firearm tucked into his waistband. The clerk gave him two bottles of 40 mg. Oxycontin each containing 100 tablets. After a quick investigation, Cloverdale Police officers and the Sonoma County Sheriff's Department deputies located Webb the same day hiding at a relative's residence in Cloverdale and arrested him. Several counts were dismissed, but Webb pied guilty to count 211, or robbery. 1978, Jack and Johanna purchased the old Menihan house on Broad.Street B0SW0T & S0N where he built an expansive train layout in the basement. In.lOgt',the settled on Josephine Drive. Their homes were often full of vising rnencL, and family from around the country, Germany and New Zealand. The Howell house was deeply saddened when Johanna died suddenly hi 2002. Jack Howell was a man of many interests: history, collectibles"of all kinds, trains, old movies and movie posters, postcards, home vide01s,.andy many more. After his retirement, Jack devoted himself to b.uilding.model- railroads and writing a two-volume biography and an illustrated history" of Cloverdale based on his old column in the Reveille. Jack loved to reminisce but rarely told the same story twice. He will be remembered for his sense of humor, his razor-sharp memory, his love of trains and Christ- mas, and his fondness for steak and martinis. As Jack often said, "A man's got to believe in something, and I believe I'll have another martini..." Jack is survived by daughters Judy and Janet; son-in-laws Dwight Pe- tersen and David Domeniconi; grandchildren Jessica (Michael) Palacios, Raini'(Jeff) Schottland, Lance (Carianne) and KjeU (Annalee) Petersen; six great grandchildren; Dorian and Nice Palacios, Desmond, Lennon and August Petersen and Capri Petersen; his sister, Jill (Gene) Showalter of Harrisburg, PA and several nieces and nephews. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, June 26 t" at 1 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Building, 205 West First Street, Cloverdale. Donations can be made to the Cloverdale Historical Society or Memorial Hospice, Healdsburg. Arrangements by Fred Young F.H. Cloverdale, 707- 894-2540 Performin Arts presentsqNinnie-the-Pooh." Pooh Bear is coming to town, so get ready for some giggles and ex- citement both onstage and in the audience! Presented by Cloverdale Per- forming Arts at Grange Hall, locat- ed at 201 Commercial St., Pooh Bear comes to Cloverdale to launch his comical summer journey--begin- ning Saturday morning, June 26, and continuing two more Saturday mornings, July 3 and July 10. All shows start at 11 a.m. A show for both the young and those just plain "young-at-heart," we find Christopher Robin's fat lit- tle bear of "Very Little Brain" hap- pily willing to drift peacefully through life, humming tunes and stopping frequently to eat "a little something." However, he finds himself failing into all sorts of ad- ventures, assisted by such friends as the dismal Eeyore, Piglet, and Rabbit, with his countless relatives. This version of Winnie-the-Pooh, the original of several Pooh-based 1?,jfs, is based upon the book by IA MiIne, and was written :by Daj)hne Milne and Spencer Cuz'tis tsrown. Tickets are $10 for adults, and $6 for those under 16, and are avail- able for purchase daffy at Mail Cen- ter, Etc. located at 207-A N. Cloverdale Boulevard. Call 894- 2214 for information. Performances start at 11 a.m. on June 26, July 3, and July 10. www. cloverdaleper- formingarts, org. -Pamela Tinnin There Is a solution: ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS A.A. H0tline Central Office 546-2066 Give us a try! % Open 7am - 9pm Thurs -Mon Vl.. M/C Discover STOP BY AND SEE OUR SELECTION OF:  Panhandle Slim Clothing for Men and Women Straw Hats  Jewelry -i Animal Feed  Horse Tack & Grooming Supplies .e. Vegetable Seeds e. Work Boots " Moccasins " Garden Supplies IN DOWNTOWN CEYSERVILLE * 857-3463 - Mon.-Sat. 9-5:30 (dosed for lunch 12-1) bosworthandson.com on top of him. Medical aid for a male subject feeling ill. Sunday, June 20 Public assist on N. Cloverdale Blvd. Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner Featuring: Swedish Pancakes, Soap, Salads, Burgers, Etc. Fresh Fish, Roast Turkey, Beef and Chicken Dishes 796 S,Cloverdate Blvd. 894-9444 ABB 3k " ' I J_'V Healdsbur Needs a 00ome. 00a00imo, Abby is a sweet, playful kitty who came in with her sister  Lucy. She is very outgoing and playful and loves to chase  her fake mice. She is overweight, but if given activities at  home, she will slim down. 8he loves her sister, and  seems to get along okay with other cats. They don't seem to like dogs, but would do okay with a mellow, easy go- ing dog. They should be indoor only or indoor/outdoor with supervision. 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 Shop and Dine in Historic Downtown Ukiah PATI00ONA restaurant: and lounge Farm to table mention this ad and receive a free slice of pie with of any entree 130 W. 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