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www.ctoverdalereveille.co~ August 8, 2019 * The Cloverdale Reveille Page 3 Pho~o Katherine Minkiewicz By Katherine Minkiewicz Patrol officers, Ferguson September of 1998 he together challenges us to Staff Writer was sworn in by Cloverdale worked at the Lakeport choose for the better of all of katherine@sonomawest.com City Manager David Kelley. Police Department as a the community and that is During the ceremony reserve police department, why I am really excited Cloverdale's new Police Kelley introduced Ferguson He graduated from the because I'm very confident Chief Jason Ferguson was and discussed his police academy in 1999,"that, our new police chief officially sworn in on experience in law Kelley said. Ferguson is going to inspire Monday, Aug. 5 at the enforcement. "In the city of Cloverdale, the community." Cloverdale Performing Arts "Jason has a combined 24we really do walk and talk After introductions, Center. years of law enforcementas one community, we're a Ferguson's .daughters Surrounded by friends experience. He began hissmall community of like-worked togefher to pin the and family and local police career at the Lake County minded folks," he badge on the newly named and California Highway Sheriff's Department In continued. "Our journey chief. According to the city of Ctoverdale, the police department has been 'receiving calls about mountain lion citings. "It is important to be aware that mountain lions are present in our area and what you should do if you encounter a mountain lion," at 707-944-5531. attracting a lion's main food the city said in a recent According to the CDFW, source. Removing dense Facebook post. "People wha live m mountain vegetation from around the Those who see mountain lion habitat can take home and installing outdoor lions are asked to report precautions to reduce their lighting will make it difficult sightings to the California risk of encountering a for mountain lions to Department of Fish and mountain lion. By deer- approach unseen." Wildlife Service (CDFW) by proofing the landscape, calling the CDFW wildlife line homeowners can avoid -- StricMand Saturday, Aug. 10 should be filled with lots of laughter when clean comedian Dennis Gaxiola comes to the Cloverdale Performing Arts Center. "Uncle" Charlie Adams will host this night of comedy and special guest Juan Carlos will make an : appearance. Doors open at 6:30 p.m beer, wine and light refreshments will be available for purchase. The show runs from 7 to 9 p.m. Tickets are $35 and available at the Senior Center, Chamber of 1 Commerce and the Mail Center. Tickets will also be sold at the door if available. The show is a fundraiser for the Cloverdale Senior , Multipurpose . !Center. : For more | information, call] the C!0verdale | Senior | Multipurpose DENNIS GAXIOLA Center at 707-894- 4826. ,4 Melanie HaU, C1overdale Senior Multipurpose center The CLOVERDALE FIRE LOG following are excerpted from Cloverdale Fire Protection District daily log entries MONDAY, JULY 29 WEDNESDAY, JULY 31 9:01 p.m. Medical aid on Cherry 5:44 a.m. Medical aid on Healdsburg Creek Road for an 89-year-old Avenue for a female patient with female fall victim. Transported to back pain. Transported to Kaiser. Kaiser. 2:05 p.m. Medical aid on Cherry THURSDAY, AUG. 1 Creek Road for a male with chest 11:44 a.m. Cooking fire on South paints.Transported to Healdsburg Cloverdale Boulevard. Stovetop fire General Hospital. at restaurant extinguished with 10:29 p.m. Medical aid on Riesling water. Business closed for cleaning. Street for a 54-year-old male with shortness of breath and fainting. SATURDAY, AUG. 3 Transported to Healdsburg General 12:23 p.m. Traffic collision on South Hosj ital. River Road. White truck into a vineyard on the west side of River TUESDAY, JULY 30 Road. Male adult has minor injuries. 5:36 p.m. Smoke check on East First 7:19 p.m. Medical aid on Portofino Street. Report of smoke seen in the Way for a 21-year-old female with black of a previous fire. Smoke lower gastrointestinal problems. extinguished. Transported to Kaiser. CLOVERDALE AMBULANCE LOG The Cloverdale Healthcare District posts recent ambu- lance dispatch information on its website, chcd-ambulance.com. CLOVERDALE POLICE LOG S 6 8 9 L g ~ The following are exc:rpted fr, om Cloverdale Police Department daily log entries . . g L tt I. ~ 6 9 8 W hi X le UI e r4;lleIl -renc ng onane pef e"ov-- -"ag --mpDean-amos'"a'omeessma'e "'oaa ai tnl[ n I [ H : e I 9 6 zt' z s ~~nca~hr]~gh~orth Off ersl e o n damaae. L: format on exchanges, gone on ernval 20 packs of8'39p m:PeRy eft rep:o Warrant arrest on East 1st Street " S a J ana play music Re gN g atty re 'Sff Nd t ee;r : ge l ports subject in possession of drug Z S r c 9 t," 9 6 skateboarding, broken bottles in the sffeet. 16 to 18, going into store with a backpack. Two paraphernalia, possession of 9 8 Z S I. Y g 6 Reporting party claims teens hide in the went in store one driver Teens ran out of backyard while drinking Resident warned that if store one in vehicle almost hit reporting party the behavior continues they would be cired 3:06 a.m. Juvenile problem at business on WEDNESDAY, JULY 31 North Main Street Teenagers living alone 3:15 pm Suspicious circumstances on East 1st constant drinking, mother visits once or twice a Street Reporting party reports unwanted week Reporting party states loud band woke subjects staying the detached part of residents her up and that juveniles are also hanging out Transported to county jail at senior center Officer shut party down and 9:15 pm Juvenile problem on Elbridge Avenue advised resident that criminal charges are next Reporting party reports eight juveniles racing 10:58 am Vandalism on East 1st Street their bikes in the park on a track they created Reporting party advises someone damaged between Grape Gables and the creek property and his truck -- he wants her out of Reporting party states they almost hit one of his the house and to press charges grandchildren and an older man that was 12:27 p m Disturbance on East First Street walking by Reporting party upset because Reporting party reports physical altercation there are s gns everywhere about not riding unknown on weapons Reporting party believes bikes in the park Gone on arrival female hit him with something Transported to 9:30 p m Suspicious person on South county jail Cloverdale Boulevard and Santana Drive 1:28 pm Domestic related incident on Grace Re porting party reports a short male in a Court Party requests welfare check of three turquoise colored cut-off tank and shorts was minor children in the residence sitting in the middle of South Cloverdale Boulevard and they nearly hit him Reporting TUESDAY, JULY 30 party states he is now standing in the middle of 1:42 am Suspicious circumstances at business Santana Drive Second caller on 911 reports on North Main Street Reporting party reports male is now running in and out of traffic Third neighbors smoking large amounts of marijuana caller about the male says he is running in and smoke came into reporting party's house strong out of traffic and is now in front of Sinclair 1' enough causing her to vomit Officer didn't smell anything, reports two people asleep, music was a little loud and asked it to be turned down Officer to escalate reports to property management 6:14 pm Assist Sonoma County Sheriff at Big Sulfer Creek on River Road Reporting party reports homeless encampment near large gravel funes near nver where target practice happens 7:47 p m Vandalism at business on North CIoverdale Boulevard Reporting party reports 10 juveniles in front of store, with one THURSDAY, AUG. 1 1:07 am Suspicious circumstances on Pepperwood Drive Female subject wearing flip flops and talking on a cellphone that is on speaker phone is Walking around in back of this location shining a flashlight and looking into the backyards 10:11 am Miscellaneous service at business on South Cloverdale Boulevard Reporting party from Starbucks requests to speak with an officer regarding female on a three-wheeled motorcycle tl at ran into their b.uilding causi g methamphetamine and three Sonoma County warrants Citation to appear on fresh charges and transported to the county jail on warrants 3:33 pm Warrant arrest at business on South Cioverdale Boulevard for a subject with two rvlendocino warrants 8:12 pm Suspicious person on South Franklin Street and Muscat Drive Reporting party states she was out for a walk earlier with her three children in this area when a male with a scruffy beard wearing a beanie possibly homeless rodeby on a BMX bike and was looking her up and down after he passed by He then rode back to her young daughter who was also on a bike and said "Hey little girl, what's your name? at which point the reporting party yelled at him to keep riding on and he left Reporting party did not see him for the rest of her walk but wanted to report the incident SATURDAY, AUG. 3 9:21 am Suspicious person at business on South Cloverdale Boulevard Reporting party from business reports male outside yelling and running back and forth Officer unable to locate SUNDAY, AUG. 4 1:32 am Suspicious circumstances on Pepperwood Drive Reporting party reports mountain lion behind her house attacking something on the trail behind her house reports that it sounds very close Officer gave information for mountain lion sighting phone nu tubers 2:06 p Juvenile problem on South Main Street Reporting party reports two male juveniles damaged the wooden planter box in front of this business Reporting party requests juveniles be contacted and advised to Stop 10:50 pm Hit and run misdemeanor on Clark Avenue 6 t~ ~ L g 8 I, 9 I. ~ 1~ 6 9 8 S ,L ACROSS 1 Moment, for short 4 Nevada neighbor 8 Detergent brand 12 Savings plan acronym 13 Actor LaBeouf 14 Moby Dick's pursuer 15 Insect repel- lents 17 "-- Lisa" 18 Harbor struc- ture 19 Asian nation 20 Not intoxicat, ed 22 Actor Newman 24 On in years 25 San Francisco carriage 29 Under the weather 30 Divine 31 " and seven years -- 32 1776 crossing site 34 Porn 35 Sampras of tennis 36 Vatican heads 37 "Caribbear~ Queen" singer Billy 40 Sleeve end 41 Bedframe piece 42 Stump 1 2 12 15 II 20 21 24 29 32 lib 37 38 41 46 49 46 Drunkard 47 On 48 Carnival city 49 Do as you're told 50 Say it isn't so 51 Tackle's teammate 8 9 10 11 16 DOWN 1 [Uncorrected] 19 2 Geological period 20 3 "Wichita Line- man" singer 21 4 Leading man 22 in the theater? 23 5 Norse ham-25 mer thrower 26 6 Melody 7 Owns 27 6 22 .---. 43 ,Mexican fever entree 28 Decays Breakfast 30 Verdon or chain acre- Stefani nym 33 Careless- Carvey or hess? Delany 34 Couch Abba of Israel 36 Ughtweight Piper's adjec- boxer?. tire 37 Norway's Seventh of a capital series 38 Organization Put into 39 Relaxation words 40 "Be a sport" Leer at 42 Scoundrel Chaplain 43 Corroded Competent 44 Martini inure- Layer dient Marshmallow 45 Affirmative toaster action? Chills and 7 9 ' I 3 1 3 8 5 1 4 5 6 9 8 7 5 1 3 4 9 6 3 8 9 9 1 7 ANIMAL HOSPITAL OF CLOVERDALE Receive $5 OFF any Vaccine for your cat or dog in August. Go to our website and print out the coupon today. Look for other money saving offers every, month at. 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