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Aug. 14, 1991, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 5 0= August 5 color male Pekingese of CLtrus Fair. man" reports being r unknown man at USI01 man reports tool box 31000 block of N. on 8/23/91. ' traffc accident US 101 reaction to bee by Cloverdale g Hospital. Dept. and Hazard- from Santa Rosa a spill of unknown at end of Lake St. an area of grass and cloud. Liq- concentrated muri- injuries were reported. 10 speed bike stolen arrested on suspi- exposure after ex- to children at resi- August 6 disturbing the peace accident results in juvenile who was Cioverdale Ambu- Hospital. )lock N. Clo- with broken hip from 31000 block of Cloverdale Ambu- Hospital. s disturbing the On Elsie Way. arrested on suspi- US101 & South St. juveniles arrested on of prowling 100 block S. Blvd. Released to par- August 7 at Washington & Asti Rd. traffic accident at arrested on out- woman arrested on Public intoxication 700 Blvd. August 8 got ankle stuck in toy was misplaced. Set of keys with rubber "Gumby" found 100 block E. 1st St. Male juvenile arrested on suspi- cion of shoplifting at Bill's Drugs. Released to parent. Motorcycles on Corp Yard Rd. disturbing the peace on Clark. Whim/brown pitbull lost 100 block S. Cloverdale Blvd. 12 pack of beer stolen from busi- ness 600 block S. CIoverdale Blvd. Small child fell from 2nd floor window on Clark. Transported by Cloverdale Ambulance to Healds- burg Hospital, treated and released. Cloverdale man arrested on sus- picion of driving on a suspended license. During a routine search of the vehicle, a recently fired double barrel sawed off shotgun and a large quantity of ammunition were found on seat next to him, resulting in his also being charged with possession of a concealed firearm in a vehicle. Rodrigo Victoria arrested on out- standing warrant. Friday, August 9 Loud neighbor disturbing the peace area of Dina & Elm. Report of grass fire 34000 block Highway 128 was actually downed electrical lines. PG&E notified. Saturday, August 10 Cloverdale woman arrested on suspicion of DUI 200 block S. Clo- verdale Blvd. Building in the 100 block of N. Cloverdale Blvd. target of spray paint vandals. Black B20 Specialized Hardrock bike taken from residence on Live Oak Lane. Neighbor dispute on Live Oak Lane. Two large speakers in speaker box missing from 400 block Lake St. Reported structure fire on McCray Rd. was actually electrical wires smoking. PG&E notified. Rubbish burning in storm drain 100 block Broad St. Cloverdale man arrested on suspi- cion of theft from business 200 block S. Cloverdale Blvd. Loud music disturbing the peace area of USI01 & Tarman. Sunday, August 11 Loud party disturbing the peace on Chablis. Verbal dispute at business 100 block N. Cloverdale Blvd. Cloverdale man arrested on suspi- cion of public intoxication 100block N. Cloverdale Blvd. approves new Serious injury accident on 101 A serious injury accident involv- S mg Jose Salazar Jr. from Healdsburg t and Gerald Wayne Go(rdrick, also 40, from Ukiah occurred at 12:34 in the morning Aug. 8. According to the California High- way Patrol, an apparently intoxicated .Mr. Salazar was spotted by a Clover- dale police officer speeding at ap- proximately 60 mph south through downtown Clovcrdalc. The officer sped after Mr. Salazar for a short distance but turned back when the chase reached speeds of over 80 mph, and issued a "Be on the look-out." Mr. Salazar continued driving .south on 101 and about one mile from Asti, lost control of his car and crossed over the center divider into the north- bound lane where he was hit by Mr. Goodrick's vehicle. Cloverdale Fire Department reports Mr. Salazar suffered head injuries and second and third degree bums over 60 percent of his body when his car caught fire from the collision and was transported by REACH helicop- ter to Santa Rosa Community Hospi- tal then to St. Francis Hospital Burn Center in San Francisco. Mr. Go,rich was taken by Clover- dale Ambulance to Hcaldsburg Gen- eral Hospital for lacerations to his right hand and knee. V 'i Wade Stanley Robinson, alleged fugitive from the law, is sought by local police, lf you have any knowledge of the location of Robinson please notify police. Alleged fugitive sought by police Clovcrdak Police ask that resi- dents be on the look-out for Wade Stanley Robinson allegedly a fugi- High Low Rain 10 11 ll2 T 82 59 00 88 59 100 64 93 65 95 65 95 65 90 56 J In this two-bridge view of San Francisco, the city's skyline appears to be sandwiched between the Golden Gate Bridge in the foreground and the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge in the background. ?San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau photo by Kerrick James) Hazardous waste closes Lake and Mulberry streets A one gallon container of an un- known type of hazardous waste was found by two Cloverdale children Aug. 5. They reported it to police at 8:21 p.m. and local fire and police re- ported to an empty field on Lake and Mulberry streets where they found the container with fumes and a burned area in the grass surrounding it. Fire and police closed otf Lake Washington school fence struck by speeding motorist The back fence at Washington School field on Washington and South Franklin Street was partially tom down in one section when it was hit by a car driven by Adam Villagomcz at 9 p.m., July 27. According to witnesses, Mr. Villa- gomez was traveling north on South Franklin when he ran through a stop sign and swerved to miss hitting a dog and struck the fence. Mr. Villagomez was cited for ex- and Mulberry and advised residents to remain indoors. The Santa Rosa Hazordous Re- sponse Team was called and identi- fied the substance in the container as a type of corrosive, sealed it up and stored it. Cal Trans owns the field but the corrosive is not their property and it is still unknown who dumped the container there. Two children were slightly exposed to the hazardous material but were uninjured. The material is presently under- going tests to determine what type of corrosive it is and until that time it won't be known what hazards it poses. SOFTWARE FOR LESS... Specializing in Computers & Software ANNOUNCES THE ADDITION OF A HOME ENTERTAINMENT CENTER & MORE!! 120 East First Street 894-9055 FEATURING tive from the law. 39 for fire services Robinson is 29-yea(s-old, five ft. cessive speed and failure to stop at astop sign. 8 in. tall, weighs ] 80 pounds and has Washington School has not deter- Local Agency has approved structural fire area City of Cloverdale. on the formation terstimony of inter- of the service area was provide funding for Fire Department's annual contract to provide structural fire protection for residents in the unincorporated areas. The service area will asses proper- ties on a unit basis and the rate will be established by the Board of Supervi- sors. The City of Clover0ale plans to continue its efforts to form a special district to govern the outlying areas and provide a tax base for fire protec- tion services. Once the district is formed and functional it would super- cede County Service Area #39. brown hair and green eyes. The police department reports the man is wanted for parole violation and a no bail arrest warrant for bur- glary. He is known to frequent down- town Cloverdale and River Road areas. He has also been seen in Mendocino County in the past. If you see him or know of his whereabouts, please contact the Cloverdale Police Department at 894- 2525. mined the cost to replace the dam- aged portion of the chain link fence. July Blood Donors The Blood Bank of the Redwoods announced'its gallon donors for the month of July. Among them, donat- ing two gallons, were Mathew Filar and Mary L. Wilson, both of Clover- dale. 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