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www. loverdalereveille.com September 19, 2019 The Cloverdale Reveille Page 3 CLOVERDALE POLICE LOG The following are excerpted from Cloverdale Police Department dally log entries MONDAY, SEPT. 9 3:59 a.m. Assist highway patrol on southbound Highway 101 north of Cloverdale. Caller reports Jeep Cherokee with a bunch of dirt on it, unsure if it hit an embankment. Referred.to other agency. 4:58 a,m, No injury accident on Champlain Avenue, Caller reports someone hit aoparked car, ddver on scene, no injudes, 8:17 a.m. Agency assist on northbound Highway 101 and South Cloverdale Boulevard overpass, Reporting party reports loose dog on the freeway. Transferred to CHP, 4:58 p.m. Juvenile problem on North Street.' Caller says her daughter was supposed to be picked up at Furber Park after school and was not. Officer reports juvenile was located, 7:15 p,m, Reckless driving on Asti Road and East First Street. Caller requests to speak with an officer regarding two young men in an older tan "beat-up" Ford or Toyota truck harassing them while reporting party and friend were on foot, 7:33 p.m. Suspicious circumstances on North Cloverdale Boulevard and West Second Street. Caller reports group of subjects drinking alcohol at the comer of North Cloverdale Boulevard and Second treet. Officer reports made contact and moved along, 8:10 p.m. Traffic complaint at business o Redwood Highway. Caller reports subject on a bike is riding in the roadway heading northbound dressed in all black with no lights on bike or reflectors. Unable to locate. 8:50 p,m. Drunk driving on North Foothill Boulevard. Caller reports drunk driver from North Foothill Boulevard to possibly Cherry Creek Road. Unable to locate. 9:17 p.m. Drunk in public on North Foothill Boulevard. Caller reports a verbal disagreement with boyfriend. Male has been drinking. Transported to county jail, 9:29 p,m. Suspicious person on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Reporting party states a male with no shirt, wearing just pants, was last seen running toward Treadway near the old Mary's. Reporting party says he was looking into vehicles. Officer contacted several subjects, warned and advised. 10:47 p,m. Disturbance on North Main Street, Reporting party reports two females, yelling and things being thrown, states it will be the unit downstairs, Officer reports contacted residents at both units, no noise heard. TUESDAY, SEPT, 10 10:58 a.m. Suspicious circumstances reported to CIoverdale Police Department on Broad Street. Reporting party reports receiving threatening voicemails from someone. 3:58 p.m. Warrant arrest on East First Street and Asti Road. 8:26 p.m. Disturbance on East First Street. Reporting party reports a disturbance, possibly physical. Officers responded and checked surrounding areas, unable to locate either party involved. 10:29 p.m. Suspicious person at business on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Reporting party reports two males, the first is by the drive-thru pandling, the other is at the outside dining area. Reporting party asked them several times to leave, both subjects have ignored the request. Officer reports subjects are gone on arrival. 20:55 p.m. Suspicious circumstances on Airport Road. Sonoma County Sheriff's Office transfer caller claims to see a radio tower with a red light that he hasn't seen before on the south end of town and there is a suspicious aircraft, possibly a helicopter, hovering over the Cloverdale airport. 11:58 p.m. Security check at cemetery on East First Street. Reporting party says they have seen flashlights for the last 45 minutes in the area of the railroad tracks. When the flashlights go off, he sees a glow. Unsure if it is a camp fire or not. Officer contacted subjects, warned and advised. WEDNESDAY, SEPT, 11 8:43 a.m. Welfare check on Treadway Court for a 6-year-old girt who has not been to school for two days. 1:19 p.m. Suspicious person on North Cloverdale Boulevard for a male in a black hoodie and black cap worn backwards running toward Daly field with something pressed to his side. Unfounded. THURSDAY, SEPT. 12 5:53 a.m. Suspicious circumstances on Healdsburg Avenue. Reporting party claims someone is surveilling her from a van outside. Unfounded. 12:17 p.m. Disturbance on West Second Street. Reporting party reports a male subject who may have been drinking is following her husband in a black SUV as he walks down West Second Street because he thinks her husband took his leash. 4:03 p.m. Petty theft report at business on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Reporting party reports male in black tank top and camo pants just took some alcohol from the store. Party says the subject put the alcohol down his pants and left the store toward South Cloverdale Boulevard. 7:54 p.m. Suspicious person on First Street Bridge on East First Street. Reporting party reports male weadng a long sleeved sweater and blue jeans is walking in the middle of the bridge holding up traffic. Reporting party states there is a bike leaning up against the bridge that might belong to the subject. 8:21 p.m. Vandalism on Clark Avenue and Brookside Drive. Reporting party reports a male riding a skateboard in the middle of Clark Street knocked his mirror off his white truck as he drove by. Reporting party states he kept moving over on the road and the juvenile kept coming at his truck. SATURDAY, SEPT, 14 1:53 a.m. Disturbance on Asti Road and East First Street. Reporting party reports a verbal disturbance between a male and female. Female last seen heading into town on First Street, male southbound on Asti. 5:03 a.m. Noise disturbance on North Cloverdale Boulevard. Reporting party reports alarge group has been partying since 8 a.m. and are very loud. 10:56 a.m. Missing person investivation on North East Street. Reporting party says his 38-year-old son that was staying with him went to visit a friend in Geyserville on Monday in Geyserviile and was to return home on Tuesday. Party hasn't seen or heard from him since Monday evening at 9:52 p.m. via text 3:38 p.m. Suspicious person on Lake Street. Caller requests to speak with an officer regarding an adult male that has threatened to come back and take his motorcycle. Officer reports subject transported to county jail. 8:11 p.m. Suspicious circumstances on Cherry Creek Road. Anonymous reports hearing slapping or hitting, a child crying and yelling approximately 20 minutes ago. Officer reports everything checks OK. 9:01 p.m. Fireworks on North Cloverdale ' Boulevard. Police department received several calls of fireworks or gunshots at the north end of town, possibly on Josephine Drive. Officer reports unable to locate. 9:02 p.m. Juvenile problem on South Foothill Boulevard. Report of 15 juveniles in the area yelling and running around. SUNDAY, SEPT, 15 12:42 p.m. Assist highway patrol at northbound Highway 101 and Highway 128. Reports a black motorcycle is doing ' Nheelies" and traveling approximately 100 miles per hour. 5:15 p.m. Disturbance on North Jefferson Street. Anonymous reports a disturbance between a male and female, can hear yelling and slapping sounds. Quiet on arrival. 5:31 p.m. Suspicious circumstances on Cherry Creek Road Caller reports someone tried to get into her house and tampered with her cable box, 9:53 p.m. Warrant arrest at business on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Transported to county jail i According to a statement from the California Highway Patrol S md y, Sept. 15, at approximately 6:22 a.m Santa Rosa CHP was assisting PG&E with line work along southbound US-101 in Geyserville. All traffic was temporarily stopped when the suspect vehicle, a white Honda Civic, refused to stop and subsequently drove around the closure. The Honda nearly struck one of the CHP motor officers and a pursuit ensued, .according to the statement. The Honda fled southbound at speeds over 100 miles per hour. The Sonoma County Sheriff's Department successfullydeployed a spike strip at the Shiloh Road exit. The Honda came to a stop in the lanes of traffic along southbound US-101 just north of the River Road exit. The male driver refused to exit the Honda and a standoff followed. Sonoma County Sheriff's negotiators arrived on scene in an attempt to communicate with the driver. !6 is v 9 9 6 s s,L z s c t~ 8 cj ~ 96 I, L ;6 8 t' ;: Z 9 I. S 9 i. L P 8 6 I, L 698 P (3 I 99 I. 6 P 9L 6 !,99 8 I. 6 t' 9 L .S trl The driver continued to be uncooperative and negotiations broke down. Sonoma County SWAT personnel arrived on scene to assist. After determining the vehicle was only occupied by the driver, SWAT officers utilized non-lethal options and successfully removed the driver from the Honda. According to the statement, the driver was identified as Eric Van Gelder, 56, of Geyserville. Gelder was transported to Sutter Hospital for a medical clearance. Gelder will be charged with evading police, DUI (drugs), and delaying/resisting arrest. This incident occurred on the southbound side of US- 101, but for the safety of the public and personnel on scene, both directions of the freeway were closed throughout the incident. US- 101 northbound was reopened at 9:18 a.m. and southbound was reopened at 9:31a.m. -- Submitted by Officer David deRutte, California Highway Patrol CLOVERDALE AMBULANCE LOG The Cloverdale Healthcare District posts recent ambulance dispatch information on its website, chcd-ambulance.com. Across 1. "60 Minutes" network 4. Decline 7. Airport posting, abbr. 10. Chance occurrences 12. "C'est la vie" 14. Auspices 15. Leaning 17. Half man, half goat 18. Awfully long time 19. Cream companions 22. Couch 23. The human soul 27. Coast Guard officer, for short 28. Call, as a game 30. Vacation locale, with "the" 31. Lord's Prayer start 32 Fruity dessert 35. Kind of truck 37. Blood-typing letters 38. Inits. on a rocket 39. Laundry accessory 44. End 45. Affairs 46. Ace 47. Communications authority 50. Bedded down, in Britain 52. Spain and Portugal 54, Vegetables 58. Cornell of Comell University 61. Pool division 62. Game fish 63. Drift 64. Europe's highest volcano 65. Decree 66. Balderdash 67. Ballpark fig. 68. Kitten's cry Down 1. Gliding dance step 2. Strip to hold something firm 3. Spouts 4. Call at first 5. Wing-shaped 6. Wild cattle 7. Grade A itefn 36. "MY bad" 8. Bit of business 39. Would attire corltraction 9. Chucklehead 40. '!Eureka!" 11. Bed support cause 13. Concealed .4,1 Small knot sharpshooter 42. Seed coat 14. "No problem" 43. Automaton 16. Annoying 47. Fold of a fellow membrane 20. Page 48. Gang 21. Biblical twin 49. Kind of nut 24. Corn castoffs 5I. Ponzi 25. Kind of skirt scheme, e.g. 26. Word used 53. Pitcher before now 55. When 29. Warning repeated, like signs, when red some shows 30. Inside info 56. Lodges 32. Bristle 57. Exploit 33. Diminish 58. Answer 34. Kind of pie incorrectly, e.g. 35. Chamber 59. Animal house group, maybe 60. Deserter On Sept. 12, the city of Cloverdale thanked members of the Legislature for passing Senate Bill 5 (Beall, McGuire, Portantino), a bill that establishes a state partnership with cities and counties to provide ongoing, sustainable funding to subsidize affordable housing in city of Cloverdale and communities throughout the state. Cloverdale urged Gov. Newsom to sign this important legislation that will go a long way in helping cities address their affordable housing and homeless crises. "SB 5 is the only piece of legislation this year that will directly result in affordable housing being built right away," Mayor Melanie Bagby said. "We're struggling to build the housing we need'in Cloverdale to help lower income families and those facing homelessness. SB 5 will provide us needed resources to house those most in need." SB 5 establishes a new, state-backed financing program that provides cities and counties resources to subsidize affordable housing, invest in infrastructure needed to support housing, and invest in housing near job centers. SB 5 commits $200 million in funding annually to cities and counties beginning in 2020, eventually Capping at $2 billion annually. When the state abolished redevelopment in 2011, it wiped out the only source of ongoing funding available to local governments to build affordable housing and supporting infrastructure. More and more families have been priced out and the homeless population has exploded. Today, more than 2.2 million extremely low- income and very low-income renter households are competing for only 664,000 affordable rental homes. That leaves more than 1.5 million of California's lowest-income families without access to housing, forcing many into homelessness. "The state's housing and homelessness crisis is impacting every community throughout the state and is an issue of statewide importance," Bagby said. "SB 5 brings the state in on a long- term basis as partners with local governments to build the housing we need. We urge Gov. Newsom to sign this critical legislation." SB 5 contains strong accountability provisions. The legislation creates a statewide oversight body to approve or reject all projects proposed by local governments. Additionally, cities and counties must submit annual repots to the Legislature. SB 5 creates an annual cap on funds available, and the Legislature can suspend funding for new plans during fiscal downturns. Lastly, SB 5 provides state resources to ensure funding for schools and community colleges are not impacted. SB 5 is supported by a broad coalition of cities, counties, business, labor, local governments, housing advocates and community leaders. -- Submitted by David Kelley, Cloverdale city manager The CLOVERDALE FIRE LOG following are excerpted from Cloverdale Fire Protection District dally log entries MONDAY, SEPT. 9 Jefferson Street for a 76-year-old 10:55 a.m. Smoke check on First male with a possible overdose. No Street and Levee Road. Unable to transport. locate. 4:10 p.m. Medical aid on Cherry THURSDAY, SEPT. 12 Creek Road for a 74-year-old 10:43 a.m. Medical aid on Cherry female with an elevated heart rate. Creek Road for a female with Transported to Sutter. difficulty breathing. Transported to 4:26 p.m. Smoke checkhear ' ::7"::Memorial. Highway 101. Unableto locate. 3:31 p.m. Public assist on Kings TUESDAY, SEPT. 10 11:46 p.m. Alarm sounding on South Cloverdale Boulevard. False alarm, 2:06 p.m. Medical aid on Cherry Creek Road for a 41-year-old female with a ground level fall. Transported to Memorial. 4:46 p,m. Medical aid on red Mountain Drive for an 82-year-old male with a possible stroke. Transported to Sutter. 7:40 p.m. Medical aid on Elbddge Avenue for a 72-year-old female with lower gastrointestinal issues, Transported to Kaiser. 9:40 p.m. Medical aid on Healdsburg Avenue for a 60-year-: old male with a possible overdose, No transport. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 11 7:39 a.m. Medical aid on Cherry Creek Road for a male patient feeling ill. No transport; private transport only. 10:31 a.m. Medical aid on North Street for a 54-year-old male with chest pain. Transported to Sutter. 12:54 p.m. Vehicle accident on Highway 128. Single motorcycle rollover with moderate injuries. Transported to Memorial. 1:47 p.m. Medical aid on River Road for an 80-year-old male with a ground level fall. Transported to Sutter. 7:01 p.m. Medical aid on Healdsburg Avenue for a 60-year- old male feeling ill. No transport. 1:32 p.m. Medical aid on North Circle for a male fall victim, Assisted patient to his couch. 6:12 p.m. Rescue on Clark Avenue for a child who crashed her bicycle; her leg was pinched between the cranks, frame and kickstand. Fire department dismantled the bicycle to free the patient. No transport. 8:57 p.m. Smoke check on Theresa Drive. False alarm, night time grape harvest. FRIDAY, SEPT. 13 6:54 a.m, Medical aid on School Street. Police department at scene. No transport, SATURDAY, SEPT. 14 9:17 a.m. Medical aid on Clark Street for a 51 -year-old male with back pain. Transported to Sutter. : 9:43 a.m. False alarm on Berti Lane. 11:43 a,m. Medical aid on Champlain AvenUe,for a 92:year-old female who collapsed in the garage. No transport. 5:05 p.m. Smoke check on the east side of First Street bddge. Found a fire at a homeless encampment. Shedff's office on scene. 9:30 p.m. Auto aid to Geyserville for a vegetation fire. One and a half acres burned. SUNDAY, SEPT, 15 9:15 a.m. Medical aid on North Jefferson Street for a 36-year-old female with shortness of breath. Transported to Memorial, 6:51 p.m. Medical aid on Church Lane for a 56-year-old male with back pain. Transported to Kaiser. 3 September Vaccine Special 4 8 764 675 8 7 1 5 7 9 8 4. .3 1 ANIMAL HOSPITAL OF CLOVERDALE Receive $5 OFF any Vaccine for your cat or dog in September. Go to our website and print out the coupon today. Look for other money saving offers every month at Call for Appointment! 894-3951 CLOVERDALE .REVEI E. 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