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www.cistrerttalereveiBatters December 12, 2019 - The Cloverdale Reveille o Page 3 some fresh crab and other food. “who ns 1'» VOLUNTEERS — The Kiwanis Club of Cloverdale-held its annual crab feed this past weekend, welcoming in community members for Photo Cherie Kelsay overburdened legal and social service systems or languish in unsupportive foster homes. CASA volunteers stay with children until their court case Studies have shown that foster children are more likely to struggle in school, have run-ins with law enforcement, experience homelessness or abuse drugs is closed and the child is or alcohol. Research also placed in a safe, permanent , shows, that abused children home. are more apt to grow up to As the holidays approach, abuse their own kids. CASA of Sonoma County invites the community to give the gift of time and friendship to a child in foster care. Juvenile court officials have CASA of Sonoma County helps foster children heal so they can live happier, safer lives. CASA volunteers —— Court Appointed Special identified an additional 65 Advocates —— make sure foster youth who need advocates and CASA is appealing to kids don’t get lost in the Sonoma County residents to volunteer. Ifyou care and have about hours a month to spend, being a CASA can be a very gratifying work. “A CASA is a powerful voice in a child’s life,” said Executive Director, Millie Gilson, who adds that there are approximately 187 volunteers currently, and she hopes to recruit another 35 ,with the next training. The Winter Volunteer Training, which takes place over three and a half days begins Thursday,'J an. 9, from CLOVERDALE POLICE LOG BeCome a child advocate this holiday season 9:30 am. to 1:30 pm, then runs from Tuesday, Jan. 14 through Thursday, Jan. 16, from 8:30 am. to pm. Classes are held at CASA’s office at the Los Guilicos complex near Oakmont in Santa Rosa. For more information and to sign up for the CASA training, contact Millie Gilson at or info@sonomacasa.org. ——‘ Submitted by Millie Gilson, executive director, CASA The following are excerpted from Cloverdale Police Department daily log entries am. Domestic related incident on Allen Ave. Caller reports a physical between the reporting party and his girlfriend. ,. 3:25 pm. Domestic related incident on Ottoboni Drive. Caller reports physical with husband; husband left and took her phone. 6:22 pm. Suspicious circumstances on South CloverdaleBoulevard. Reporting party reports she is MONDAY, DEC. 2 9:58 am. Trespassing on North Cloverdale Boulevard. Reporting ' t nsients staying in \fe'aving their . .f the ten. Requests officer move them along and have them move their property. Also sleeping in front of the barber shop and left property there. Officer reports out with four people, citation a; ,. t to appear. currently on a bus heading to am. Disturbance on West Cloverdale and there is a male, First Street for a physical wearing a black jacket and sunglasses taking pictures, threatening the reporting party and her friend. States she will be arriving at bus stop near the old Owl Cafe in about five minutes. disturbance between mother and daughter. Warned and advised. 11:33 am. Non-injury accident on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Caller reports big rig just flipped over. pm. Burglary reported to Cloverdale Police Department on Broad Street. Walk—in reports storage unit was broken into last WEDNESDAY, DEC. 4 am. Domestic related incident on South Washington Street. night. pm. Accident on Tarman Drive. Caller requests officer make contact with a subject that was hit by a vehi ' TUESDAY, DEC. 3 am. Citizen assist on South Washington Street. Reporting party reports deer appears to be trapped in the playground area of-the school. cle. Reporting party reports a verbal with boyfriend at an address on Washington Street. 7:40 am. Suspicious person at Plaza on North Cloverdale Boulevard. Reporting party reports people camping in the bus stop and there is no room for anyone to get in to wait for the bus. pm. Reckless driving on South Cloverdale Boulevard. CHP called to report a silver Toyota that V Canned with risen Instagram @cloverdalereveille #MyNewspaper CLOVERDALE AMBULANCELDG The Cloverdale Healthcare District posts recent ambu- lance dispatch information on its website, chcd-ambulance.com. SudOku‘ 'IHIIHEH IEIIIIH IIHHIII IE IE III-HIE.- IIIHIIIII Illa-III- fill-IIIEH IIEIEIINI HEIIHIIII just exited northbound Highway at the South Cloverdale Boulevard off—ramp who was recklessly driving up the freeway, swervingin and out of-traffic. I j V"; ~ p." Stispiciods person at business on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Reporting party reports a combative male wearing a leather jacket, jean shorts and has a backpack will not leave the premises. , pm. Suspicious circumstances at Portofino Way and Jefferson . Street. Caller reports a female was followed by a white truck from the highway to her home in Cloverdale. pm. Juvenile problem on Clark Avenue. Walk-in reports a group of about three to four juveniles egging houses. Gone on arrival. THURSDAY, DEC. 5 pm. Disturbance at city hall on North Cloverdale Boulevard. Reporting party reports a male subject wearing a black T—shirt with jeans is in the lobby being combative about a’bill and it is escalating. pm. Promiscuous shooting on Chablis Way. Reporting party reports multiple gun shots, one just occured, several over the last few E B E E! E ANIMAL HOSPITAL days, at the pond behind her en meas I house. Party is concerned that 4: Overflowing ' someone is shooting the ducks in , [mwit water the pond. Officer reportsihdbne . ~: the area, ducks are in the pond, stimulant .' I believes shots came from the 13. "_ Cried" countryside. No shell casings in the hit) a area. 14. Roger___l I 15. St. Girl I FRIDAY, DEC. 6 (German be?” ' Always, In pm. SUspicious circumstances on East First Street and South Main Street for a gray Dodge with tinted windows with three on board trying to sell reporting party jewelry so they could get gas about five minutes ago. Warned and advised. FRIDAY, DEC. 6 pm. Assist Highway Patrol on River Road for reports that the road flooded just south of the ‘Y‘ ' near Crocker.'CHP advised. pm. Suspicious person at South Cloverdale overpass. Reporting party reports a male wearing a brown shirt with a dog is standing in the middle of South Cloverdale Boulevard with asign. Party is unable to see what the sign says and thinks he is also affiliated with a van that is parked facing the wrong way on South Cloverdale Boulevard. Gone on arrival. Hui! flfllili! 33535! EIIIE EIIZIIIEIE! EIEIEIM Eli! alumna! “MEIER flail DEERE! BEING“! flfllfl E! “CHEESE! DEERE 535“! nan BEIGE!“ BEBE! anamauanunam “EH2! flillilill’lil RIGID! HEREIN! HIE! EHEIEI-D! WEIR! flfil an EIHEIIIEEIEIB HE] E BEBE! EIEE! I“ E! Elli! EIEIE! an! WIRED!“ mar OF CLOVERDALE 6: ***Winter Vaccine Special*** Receive $5 OFF any Vaccine for your cat or dog in December. Go to_ our website and print out the coupon today. Look for other I money saving offers every month at WWW.animalhospitalofcloverdale.com Call for Appointment! 894-3951 CLOVERDAL E FIRE LOG The following are excerpted from Cloverdale Fire Protection District daily log entries MONDAY, DEC. 2 am. Vehicle accident on south Cloverdale Boulevard. Big rig turning to get on the freeway from South Cloverdale Boulevard overturned. No injuries. ‘ ‘ am. Medical aid at business on South Cloverdale Boulevard for a female feeling ill. Transported to Healdsburg District Hospital. pm. Lift assist on Clark Street to assist a patient out of the car and into the house. pm. Lift assist on Allen Avenue. > TUESDAY, DEC. 3 am. Medical aid on North Main Street for an 81-year-old male with lower gastrointestinal problems. Transported to Healdsburg District Hospital. pm. Medical aid on Clark Avenue for a 30-year-old female with rapid heart rate and trouble breathing. Transported to Healdsburg District Hospital. pm. Medical aid on Zinfandel Court for an elderly male patient with abdominal pains and a rapid heart rate. Transported to Sutter. ' Cloverdale Boulevard for a year-old male patient with shortness of breath. Turned over to mom and dad. pm. Medical aid on Chelsea ' Circle for an 84-year-old male] with shortness of breath. Transported to Slutter. p.m‘. Smoke check on the east side of ther First Street Bridge. Unable to locate. . pm. Medical aid on Vista View Drive for a 67-year—old male who was vomiting. Transported to Kaiser. FRIDAY, DEC. 6 a.m.~Mediljcalaid on Cherry Creek Road for a 92-year-old male feeling ill..Tran?sported to Sutter. pm. Hazardous tree doWn near Highwayr128 blocking both lanes. j . pm. Medical aid on Healdsburg Avenue for a 70-year- old female with a possible allergic r reaction. Transported to Healdsburg District Hospital. SATURDAY, DEC. 7 am. Medical aid on East First Street for a 45-year-oldnfemale , with a migraine. Transported to WEDNESDAY, DEC. 4 am. Lift assist on Kings Circle for a male patient who slipped off the couch. Crew assisted him back to the couch. No ‘ medical needed. ‘ ‘ pm. Smoke check on Highway 101 at McCray Road for a report of smoke from under the bridge. Male homeless person with a warming fire. THURSDAY, DEC. 5 am. Medical aid on Kings Circle for a male patient experiencing withdrawals. After evaluation, crew assisted patient into the ambulance and he was transported to Healdsburg District Hospital. am. Medical aid on North Cros sword ‘ verse 17. Pond buildup . 18. More inclined to. West Indies cricketing island 21. Its capital is N u Healdsburg District Hospital. am. Medical aid on Healdsburg Avenue for a 14-year- old female with seizures. Transported to Kaiser. am. Tree down at Highway never found anything. pm. Medical aid on Citrus Fair Drive for a male with pacemaker problems. Transported to Sutter. I SUNDAY, DEC. 8 am. Medical aid on Cherry Creek Road for an 84-year-old * male with dementia. Transported to Kaiser. pm. Medical aid'on learia Court for an 83-year-old female that couldn’t walk. Transported to Kaiser. QIII IIII Ill-I IIE ,- IIIIE III WEI-E IIEIMIIE . III-E IIIIZSIII Oranjestad Impact opener containing 33. Oriental fryer sound 50. _ and microorganism 34. Anatomical 23. Adjust Caicos 7. Gob ring NCAA. Caribbean 8. Cultivate 35. Sire tournament island 9. Head 36. Deletions division Heart cause for a Takes in 26. Train chambers reprimand from a Exclude 30. Molasses Not teaCher 41. _ liquor chocolate 1 1. Trash Robinson Land on 56. To the point, removals Modernize Lake Victoria 57. Minuscule 12. It may be Alicia Keyes' 33. Fairyflies and 58. Choice fresh favourite classical yellowjackets 59. Goes with a Auditioner's composer Island wear shirt aim 45. 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