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www.cieverrtalereveiliesen‘t October 3, 2019 o The Cloverdale Reveille - Page 3 Michigan man found guilty in 2016* Thanks-giving Day stabbing By Heather Bailey Staff Writer heather@sonomawest.com times, but he ultimately succumbed to his injuries. The death was then classified as a homicide. On Nov. 27, 2016 the Sonoma County Coroner's Office identified the in the marijuana industry. The victim, Cesar Gonzalez-Rivas was born in_ Venezuela and came to the v United States when he was 18 years old and subsequently heard the argument and upon seeing the blood on Gonzalez- Rivas called 911. A Sonoma ‘ County Sheriff’s deputy arrived to the rural property within minutes and located On Sept. 24, a Sonoma County jury deliberated less than five hours before finding earned his citizenship. At the victim as Gonzalez-Rivas. the defendant on the defendant Arent Daniel time of the murder, Gonzalez- Bradt was found at the scene property. Julius Bradt of Port Huron, Rivas was 40 years old and a and subsequently arrested According to a statement Michigan, guilty of second degree murder. In addition, the jury found “true” an enhancement alleging the defendant used a knife during the murder, making the defendant’s maximum sentence 16 years to life in state prison. The charges resulted from an incident on Nov. 24, 2016 at the site of a marijuana grow in Knights Valley on Highway 128. According to a statement from the District Attorney’s office, Bradt, 35, had traveled from Michigan to Santa Rosa approximately a month prior to the murder and found work without incident. The knife was also recovered at that time. > According to the District Attorney’s office, on the day of the incident, Gonzalez- Rivas, who was overseeing . the operations while his associate and owner of the home was away, notified the defendant that his services were no longer needed. An argument ensued between the two, and Bradt produced a knife and stabbed the unarmed Victim once in the neck and 17 times in the back. A witness who was present at the time of the murder CLOVERDALE POLICE LOG The following are excerpted from Cloverdale Police Department daily log entries resident of Geyserville. According to a statement from the SonOma County Sheriff’s Office, on Nov. 24, 2016 at 3:02 p.m., the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call from a caller reporting an assault in the 16000 block of Highway 128, in Knights Valley. Numerous Sheriff’s deputies and multiple EMS agencies responded to the scene. A male, who appeared to be the victim of an assault, was located outside a residence. Medical aid was provided to the subject, who had been stabbed multiple from the District Attorney’s Office, during the trial the jury heard portions of the defendant’s interview given shortly after the attack where he stated, “(the Victim) ran around bleeding and like, he . didn’t seem like he was ever ~~ gonna fall over.” The case was prosecuted by Deputy District Attorney Jane Murray and Deputy District Attorney Evanthia Pappas, aSsisted by Attorney Investigator Mark Azzouni. Detective-Sergeant Jayson Fowler of the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office headed the investigation. overdose in the parking lot of business. 8:27 pm. Petty theft report on Pepperwood Drive. Caller reports theft of pillows from porch. 9:30 pm. Suspicious circumstances on Cherry Creek Road. Caller hears violent shaking on front door, believes someone is trying to break into building. MONDAY, SEPT. 23 7:37 pm Suspicious person at business on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Caller reports a female with short cropped red hair, camo pants 4 and a navy blue tank-top in the parking lot harassing customers and acting aggressive. Unable to locate. 10:39 pm. Suspicious person on North Cloverdale Boulevard. Subject ran from offer when subject saw the officer’s vehicle. Unable to locate. 8:11 am. Grand theft on Wisteria Circle. Reporting party's back window of her gray Volkswagen Rabbit was smashed sometime last night and the subject took her black specialized back and “Eddie Bower" bag full of biking gear. 8:44 am. Noise disturbance on Santana Drive. Sonoma County Sheriffs Office transferred a caller who is hearing shots in the area. Caller advised officers are out at the range. 5:33 pm. Juvenile problem on Wallace Lane and William Circle. Reporting party reports two juvenile males lighting sparklers. One looked to be about 10 and the other 13, last seen running northbound on William Circle. Officer reports gone on arrival, no other calls reporting juveniles. 7:41 pm. Hit and run misdemeanor at business on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Reporting party reports hit and run to vehicle while parked at business in Cloverdale or in Ukiah. 9:25 pm. Suspicious circumstances at business on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Caller who works at business states that they aren’t sure what the subject's problem is, but wants an officer to talk to him. Office made contact, subject states not as reported, warned and advised to stay away the rest of the night. ‘ iscellaneous service on Kerry , j ,po _in‘g party states people are posting 6h“ SWWGEWs‘trbng smoke smells on this street and near Cloverdale High School. No flames seen. Officer smelled smoke, no flames or smoke seen, unable to locate source. 11:32 pm. Suspicious circumstances on Clark Avenue. Reporting party reports a subject was at her door a few minutes ago, possibly making death threats. Subject may have a tool box with a screwdriver, trying to remove door knob. Unknown is subject is still in the area. FRIDAY, SEPT. 27 12:46 am. Domestic related incident on Cherry Creek Road. Possible physical fight at a trailer with regular problems, heard only, unable to give description. 6:08 am. Suspicious circumstances at business on North Cloverdale Boulevard regarding a screaming male. A second caller .says three men with a dog are Walking toward a business making lots of noise. . 10:08 am. Suspicious circumstances on Clovercrest Drive. Reporting party reports he thought he heard five muffed pistol shots and then some smashing, like a vehicle accident. either up the hill from this location. No other reports of this from anyone. Unfounded. 6:22 pm. Warrant arrest on Cherry Creek Road. Officer reports out with subject with warrant arrest to‘County Jail. 11:16 pm. Drunk driving on northbound Highway 101 near Asti. Dodge or Ford pigkup is swerving, changing speeds]. ~ TUESDAY, SEPT. 24 5:58 am. Suspicious person on Vine Drive and Chablis Way. Reporting party reports second hand information of a male subject walking on Vine, possibly associated with a bicycle that is laying in the middle of the street. Unable to locate. 9:12 am. Suspicious person at Cloverdale Cemetery on East First Street. Reporting party reports subject is sleeping in front of the veterans memorial. Subject contacted and area cleaned up. 10:18 am. Citizen assist on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Report of a small child locked inside a vehicle. 12:20 pm. Suspicious person, on East First 9 StreetgggMale ispryaking threats andyell,ingimg ” V walkingihto "town from tibye‘fbridge; ' 1‘2:‘24"p.rh:‘SUSpicious person on‘S‘outh Cloverdale Boulevard. Reporting party states a male wearing a T-shirt is going into businesses attempting to sell jewelry without a business license. 2:09 pm. Suspicious person on Asti Road. Report of a male acting erratic, throwing bike parts in the roadway. 2:58 pm. Suspicious person at northbound Citrus Fair Drive onramp. Party reports a male with a goatee wearing no shirt and brown camo shorts is throwing items. 3:36 pm. Suspicious circumstances at, Cloverdale Police Department on Broad Street. Walk-in requests to speak to an officer regarding an altercation that occurred today at Washington School involving daughter and another juvenile female. SATURDAY, SEPT. 28 9:25 am. Suspicious person at business on Treadway Drive. Manager of business is having problems with a male that keeps coming into the store and loitering and doesn’t purchase anything. Manager has asked him not to return, but 'subject keeps coming back in, would like him contacted and told not to return to the store. 11:57 am. Suspicious circumstances at business on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Caller reports a male subject was approaching him and three friends as they walked southbound on South Cloverdale Boulevard toward his home near the carwash, with a pocket knife, so they ran across the road. Gone on arrival. 12:59 pm. Petty theft report on Buckeye Circle. Reporting party states his tan 10—speed Giant was in his driveway at 11:30 am. and when he came out it was gone. 6 pm. Vandalism on Alter Street. Caller reports brother broke windows of car. Other reporting party states he threatened her and wrote on her car in shoe polish: THURSDAY, SEPT. 26 3:29 am. Suspicious circumstances on North Cloverdale Boulevard. Reporting party states they’re hearing “weird noises," like someone isn’t being treated right near building under construction. Officer walked on to property and everything checked OK. 6:42 p.m..Suspicious vehicle on Asti Road and Lake Street. Anonymous caller reports a dump truck and a white Monte Carlo are parked in a field on Asti Road. Officer reports dump truck is ' gone on arrival and Monte Carlo checks OK. 7:35 Suspicious circumstances at business on Highway 128 and North Cloverdale Boulevard. CalFire reports per CHP an accidental WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 25 8:01 am. Petty theft report on Gentle Breeze Way. Reporting party states someone came into his unlocked garage last night and went through his vehicle. Only items missing is a “Tilley” hat. Reporting party would like a report taken. ' SEE Eli EH Ell HE E HE E! H ER] HE] E BEE] HE E] HE! E HE E! Want 24/7 access to all our online" news, views, sports and features? Visit cleverdalereveillecom. CLOVERDALE AMBULANCE LOG The Cloverdale Healthcare District posts recent ambu- lance dispatch information on its website, chcd-ambulance.com. BEE am 5159 SEEESE EEEEEE BEER ERIE EHHEHE E El El n It! El El sauna sane bane guano! EH“ EHIEW EEEEEH Elfin! Eli HIEEWH SHIRT Elli QEEHE 9599515 ENTIRE {RENE EEHEE QEHBE EIH SHE HEEE ENE 55!“ 5H! 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Smoke under the bridge; extinguished a fire. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 25 10:18 am. Medical aid on Sonoma Drive for a female with difficulty breathing. Transported to Sutter. 1:51 pm. Vehicle accident on Canyon Road. Single patient extricated after the roof was cut off the car. Reach flew the patient to Memorial. 3:35 pm. Medical aid on Josephine Drive for a female stroke victim. Transported to Healdsburg District Hospital. THURSDAY, SEPT. 26 3:02 am. Smoke check on North Jefferson Street. Unable to locate. 7:10 am. Smoke check at First Street Bridge. Extinguished a fire under the bridge. 12:28 pm. Medical aid on North Washington Street for a 41-year-old female with chest pain. Transported to Sutter. . 6:49 pm. Vehicle versus pedestrian on Asti Road. Unable to locate. 7:27 pm. Medical aid on Old Redwood Highway for a 16-year— old with psychiatric issues. Crossword Transported to Sutter. FRIDAY, SEPT. 27 7:16 pm. Medical aid on Alter Street for a 20-year-old with chest pains. Checked out, no transport. 9:43 pm. Smoke check on St. Michael Court. Ended up being a smoke machine. 11:27 pm. Unknown type of fire near McCray Road. Cancelled. SATURDAY, SEPT. 28 2:21 am. Medical aid on East Fourth Street for a 46-year-old male with ulcer pain. Transported to Healdsburg District Hospital. 12:42 pm. Medical aid on South Cloverdale Boulevard for an 86- _year—old male with a ground level fall in the parking lot; was checked out but refused treatment. 1:01 pm. Medical aid on Allen Avenue for a 74-year-old male with extreme back pain. Transported to Healdsburg District Hospital. 4:38 pm. Medical aid on Vista View Drive for a female with sepsis and chills. Transported to Kaiser. 6:27 pm. Smoke check near Asti Ridge Road. Unable to locate. SUNDAY, SEPT. 29 7:47 am. Medical aid on Berti Lane for a 62-year—old male with a possible stroke and fiu-like symptoms. Transported to Sutter. 11:28 am. Smoke check at River Park. Smoke in a burned area. Dug it out. ‘ 6:02 pm. 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