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www.cleverdalereveiltecom July 18, 2019 The Cloverdale Reveille . Page 3 CPD carrying opioid It’s almost time for National Night Out dogs and cold drinks. End your evening relaxing with popcorn owners and visitors are invited to gather with first responders back a true sense of community. Annual event to be held Aug. 6 Cities and neighborhoods and public service providers to and an outdoor family movie are invited to join 16,000 promote crime prevention in the Plaza. National Night Out is an communities from all 50 states, awareness, public safety and Thank you to our sponsors annual community-building US. territories and military neighbor unity. The Clover Theater, Grocery campaign that promotes bases across the nation by »We invite everyone to join Outlet, Dollar General and police-community locking their doors, turning on us on Tuesday, Aug. 6 from 7 to Dahlia & Sage Community partnerships and camaraderie their front porch lights and 10 pm. for an evening of free Market. to make our neighborhoods spending their evenings food and fun. Take a tour of the For more information, visit safer, more caring places to outside with their neighbors police department, play games the NATW.0rg and live. National Night Out and law enforcement. with police officers and fire cloverdalenet. enhances the relationship During Cloverdale’s third department personnel, check — Submitted by Sergeant between residents and law annual National Night Out out police equipment and Chris Parker, Clo verdale enforcement while bringing event, residents, business vehicles and enjoy free hot Police Department CLOVERDALE POLICE LOG The following are excerpted from Cloverdale Police Department daily log entries declines to file formal report. 3:43 pm. Annoying phone calls on Debmar Lane. Caller reports receiving a phone call telling her she will have an arrest warrant if she does not pay money; was told to obtain a gift card to provide to the caller. Dispatch advised this is a scam and no warrant exists, to not interact with any caller requesting information no matter how intimidating it feels, and to just hang up. 8:05 pm. Suspicious person on North Washington Street. Caller reports subject on the property yelling. Officers responded and contacted all involved; all counseled and extra patrol requested for the nearby intersection for drivers not obeying posted signs. 10:51 pm Suspicious circumstances on South East Street. Reporting party came home and found a male subject, wearing a t-shirt and jeans, passed out on the sidewalk in front of her house. MONDAY, JULY 8 1:21 am. Vandalism on East First Street. Walk-in reports the flag poles have been bent and “eXperience Cloverdale" signs have been damaged along East First Street. Broken flag poles moved near theater. 3:30 am. Reckless driving on Citrus Fair Drive. White work truck was swerving and speeding, exited at southbound Citrus Fair exit. Unable to locate. 5:49 pm. Warrant attempt service. Officer initiated activity on Tannan Drive. Citation to appear. 10:29 pm Suspicious circumstances at business on North Cloverdale Boulevard. Male in his 203 yelling at people making nonsense, might have a beer in hand. Officer reports sUbject has left the property, has been drinking; 10:43 pm Suspicious circumstances on North Jefferson Street. Reporting party woke up and there was someone in his living room. Reporting party didn't get a good look, but believes he was a large man. Unfounded. requests welfare check. Subject hasn’t answered the door for two days and not answering phone for best friend. Officer reports management checked- apartment, Subject not there. 9:02 am. Suspicious circumstances at Cloverdale Cemetery. Anonymous caller reports two men digging in the Cemetery. Checks OK. 9:28 am. Suspicious vehicle at park on West Second Street. Public Works reports someone living in a white Chevy Truck at the park, truck is up on jacks. Officer reports contact subject, truck needs repair, waiting for tow truck. 10:24 pm. Suspicious person at business on . North Cloverdale Boulevard. Reporting party reports male that was living in the shed in back of , théir business just drove in, saw there was still people inside the business-and drove out at a , high rate of speed. Employees will call right away if he comes back. . THURSDAY, JULY 11 12:21 pm Suspicious circumstances at business on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Walk—in reports driving by this location and seeing several subjects sitting on the west side of the property gambling —— possibly dice games. 12:42 pm. Suspicious person on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Caller reports several men on the sidewalk, appears they set up camp, they are drinking beer. Moved along. 7:16 pm Animal complaint at business on North Cloverdale Boulevard. Caller reports male subject kicking dog in the head; subject still nearby. Officers responded and contacted all involved. SATURDAY, JULY 13 3:39 am. Hit and run misdemeanor at business on North Cloverdale Boulevard. Reporting party reports a parked car was hit at this location. 10:21 am. Reckless driving on Kings Circle. Reports subject in black Jeep was speeding and almost hit a person. Vehicle is now parked across from the office and drive went inside unknown apartment. Officer made contact with driver, warned and advised. 11:22 am. Domestic related incident on Asti Road and East First Street. Anonymous reports male and female at in a black Jeep blocking traffic. Male is in passenger's seat smoking a cigarette, and female driver for out and walked. 2:03 pm. Walk-in reports his 16-year-old daughter was sexually assaulted. Officer reports father of juvenile victim states he will be bringing his daughter in for an interview. 4:14 pm Property taken for destruction at business on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Reporting party reports a bag of crystal ‘ substance. ‘ 7:33 pm Drunk driving on South Foothill Boulevard. Transported to county jail. 8:26 pm Caller reported a nude subject at the river on the Mendocino County side. Transferred to Mendocino County Sheriffs Office. TUESDAY, JULY 9 11:33 am. Suspicious vehicle occupied at business on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Reporting party reports male and female loitering in the parking lot near the dumpsters. Child seat on the road, the hood of an older Subaru is up and it appears they have pulled bags and other items from the car. Reporting party is not sure if there is a child with them. Officers contacted subject, vehicle broke down. 8:31 pm. Suspicious circumstances at park on West Second Street. Reporting party states older guy, short brown hair with cap sitting at a bench at the park, may have a white truck, seems to be living in a truck at the park. Reporting party is afraid he might be casing her place. Parking citation. 9:44 pm. Juvenile problem on Hot Springs Road and South Foothill Boulevard. Reporting party reports juveniles in the roadway placing a cardboard cutout of a boar. Officer confirmed it is in fact a black African Rhino cardboard cutout. FRIDAY, JULY 12 11:40 am. Trespassing on Treadway Drive. Caller requests supervisor be contacted at this location and instruct workers to stay off private property during breaks and lunch/dinner. Garbage is being left behind and hardscape and plants are being disturbed. 12:50 pm. Suspicious person at pool. Lifeguard requests officer make contact with a subject on a gold motorcycle andtelthim he is not welcomed, at, pool. Warned and advised. 12:51 pm. Suspicious person at business on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Caller reports two male subjects, blonde hair and the other brown hair, with a sign asking to buy marijuana. They were seen selling the same to a vehicle then pulled up and left. . 1 pm Civil problem on Porterfield Creek Drive. Caller reports neighbor threatened him with violence. Officers contacted; reporting party Crossword WEDNESDAY, JULY 10 6:14 am. Suspicious person on Elm Street. Reporting party reports tWO males on bikes are going through items left on the curb for pick-up. Officer reports unable to locate. 7:25 am. Petty theft report on Port Circle. Tools stolen from out of bed of truck. Officer reports victim refuses to make official report. 8:59 am. Welfare check on Kings Circle. Caller CLOVERDALE AMBULANCE LOG SUNDAY, JULY 14 6:02 pm. Welfare check at Citrus Fair Drive and Northbound Citrus Fair Drive offramp. Reporting party reports a male subject possible sleeping on the sidewalk on the south side of the Citrus Fair. Citation to appear. The Cloverdale Healthcare District posts recent ambu- ACRQSS, 1 3 4 s 7 lance dispatch informationon its website, 1 Efirfifia's" chcd-ambulance.com. 5 omen, 15 17 ,3 estates is $333 till I. i4 Emu; 31 III 15 GeneSis 34 35 37 ,6 Ill-Ill Ill-l cal music 18 Barbershop IIIII lIlIrI K) 39 3:131:31 in III-“I. I.- years III “I. 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The department announced the shift in carrying the opioid-reversing drug in a July 15 press release. According to interim Chief of Police Robert Stewart, the department recently took advantage of a California- based program that enables public safety agencies to receive free doses of Narcan. All officers were then trained hOW to administer the medication by Thomas Hinrichs, CEO of the Cloverdale Health Care District Ambulance. According to an October panel held in Healdsburg on confronting the opioid epidemic, Sonoma County’s rate of emergency room visits for opioids is 80% higher than California as a whole (based off of information from 2017). Cloverdale will be joining other communities in the county who have adopted‘the use of Narcan; other departments with the ability to use the drug include Petaluma, Rohnert Park, Santa Rosa and Healdsburg. Narcan is a nasal spray that works to block receptors in the brain that are Photo Katherine Minkiewicz EFFECTIVE AID —— The nasal spray version of Narcan can work in a matter of minutes to wake someone from an opioid overdose. responding to opioids, specifically when it comes to a potential overdose. “Originally, the focus of the program was to equip the officers with the opioid- reversing nasal spray when responding to a drug overdose calls,” Stewart said. “However, another important aspect of carrying Narcan is the potential for saving an officer’s life due to exposure. “An accidental needle stick can cause a police officer to ingest heroin, and Fentanyl, a synthetic opioid that is much more powerful than heroin, comes in a powder. Ifthat powder becomes airborne, someone who breathes it in or gets it on the skin without washing it off promptly can also overdose.” Stewart said that the department anticipates expects to administer the medication infrequently, but that it’s “now equipped to do so when necessary.” CLOVERDALE FIRE LOG The following are excerpted from Cloverdale Fire Protection District daily log entries MONDAY, JULY 8 10:40 am. Hazardous situation on Main Street. Diesel leak under a freshly fueled vehicle, owner had a container under the vehicle, no threat to the environment. Customer drove to lower fuel level. 12:18 pm Public assist on Healdsburg Avenue for a female who fell. Minor injuries, no transport. 4:59 pm. Hazardous situation on North Washington Street for wires down from a tree falling. No fire, PG&E removed the hazard. 9:51 pm Medical aid on Marguerite... Lane for an intoxicated female. No ‘ transport. I TUESDAY, JULY 9 5:15 am. Medical aid on Elbridge Avenue for a female having anxiety issues. Transported to Sutter. 8:04 am. Medical aid on West Third Street for a 100—year-old female with shortness of breath. Transported to Memorial. 5:36 pm. Medical aid on Clark Street for a 68-year-old female with a ground level fall. Head injury, no transport. 6:02 pm Medical aid on Asti Road for a male with possible heat stroke. He was checked out, but not transported. THURSDAY, JULY 11 6:19 am. Lift assist on Josephine Drive. Pick up and put back. 4:45 pm Medical aid on Cherry . Creek Road. Report of a 92-year- old female fall victim. Ground level fall, head laceration. Transported to Ukiah. 8:13 pm. Medical aid on West Third 'Street for an 80-year—old with , a possibly urinary tract infection. Transported to Healdsburg General Hospital. FRIDAY, JULY 12 8:32 am. Medical aid on Kings Circle for a male patient with difficulty breathing. Transported to Sutter'. "6 ' 3:58 pm. Medical aid on Kings Circle for a 68-year-old male with abdominal pain. Transported to Memorial. 5:52 pm. Medical aid on Muscat Drive for a 36—year-old male with withdrawals. Transported to Sutter. , SATURDAY, JULY 13 12:04 am. Medical aid on North Cloverdale Boulevard for a female patient feeling altered. Transported to Sutter'. 4:21 pm. Medical aid on McCray Road for a 37—year-old female with a fall from a rock into the river. Transported to Memorial. 8:05 pm. Public assist on Berti Lane for a male patient with a ground level fall. No medical merit, no transport. ‘ ‘ 11:30 pm. Medical aid on Kerry Lane for a 79-year-old male feeling dizzy. Transported to Sutter. SUNDAY, JULY 14 2:46 am. Medical aid on Riesling Street for a 59-year-old female with a gallbladder infection. Transported to Sutter. 9:20 am. Hazardous situation on Oak Hollow Road. Power line down, unit stood by until PG&E arrived. 9:45 am. Debris fire on Old Redwood HighWay. 8:54 pm Vegetation fire at Skaggs Springs Road. Assist Geyserville with a vegetation fire; fire wasone- half of an acre near a parking lot. CLOVERDALE OUR STAFF PUBLISHER: Rollie Atkinson EDITOR: Zoe Strickland SPORTS EDITOR: Greg Clementi ’STAFF WRITERS: Heather Bailey WEBMASTER: LauraHagar Rush BOOKKEEPER: Jan Todd CIRCULATION: Cherie Kelsey 'REVEILLE‘ ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER: Sarah Bradbury MANAGING EDITOR: Andrew Pardlac DIGITAL MEDIA: Katherine Minkiewicz ADVERTISING SALES: Teresa Elward, Brad Schmaltz, Wendy ' Gilchrist, Allie Sesser, Carbl Rands CREATIVE SERVICES: Robby McClellan, Jim Schaefer CONTACT lNFORMATION :~. NEWS: news@cloverdalereveille.com' ADVERTISING: sales@sonomawe's_t.com 3 CIRCULATION: circulation@sonomawest.corn LEGAL NOTICES: legals®sonomaw$tcom ?