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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA O WEDNESDAY, DEC. 17, 2008 -- Page 3 REPORT SUSPICOUS ACTIVITY IH YOUR AREA. YOU CAH ALWAYS REMAIH AHOHYMOUS 707 894-1734 LICENSE YOUR BIKE WITH THE POLICE DEPT. Many people will be getting bikes for Christmas so to help protect your investment/gift you should license it with your local police department. The license is $8. for two years. Give the police the tools it needs to keep your property safe! Emergencies or crimes in progress dial 911 D 6:28 p.m. Caller reports a male shouting inside a business on S. Cloverdale Blvd. Officer reports slight language barrier. All is OK. 9:05 p.m. Caller reports a subject trying to break into an apartment on University St. Officer reports it is a civil matter only. 9:25 p.m. 911 call reports a do- mestic incident on Portofino Way. 11:47 p.m. Report of a suspicious subject who is pacing back and forth, in the area of Pick's Drive-In. Officer arrested one subject and transported to cotmty jail. Thursday, Dec. 11 2:01 a.m. Officer out with a fe- male subject on southbound Hwy. 101 at the S. Cloverdale Blvd. over- pass. Officer asked the subject to move off the freeway. 10:51 a.m. Citizen requests infor- mation on homeland security. 11:03 a.m. Caller reports a subject on N. East St. was pushed down by a large black dog. 12:03 p.m. Civil stand by request- ed on Railroad Ave. 2:15 p.m. Caller on Furber Ln. re- ports kids are climbing on a trailer full of construction materials, parked on the street. 2:19 p.m. Caller reports her li- cense plate was taken from her ve- hicle within the last 30 minutes, while parked on Lake St. Report taken. 2:20 p.m. Caller reports a subject drove down School Street while the street was closed to traffic. 2:30 p m Mary's Pizza reportsre- , ceiving a fraudulent check. Report " taken. 2:40 p.m.-Goodwill Industries re- ports receiving ammunition in do- nated items. Officer picked up ammunition for destruction. '~ '3:3Wp~m'. 'R~p6rt Of ain aband0ned vehicle on N. Cloverdale Blvd. ' 4:09 p.m. Officer warned dog _ owners on Orange Dr. to quiet their : dogs based on complaints and they TRADITIONAL HEALING ARTS 4 Q q t , Monday, Dec. 8 must also reduce the amount of dogs they have to four. 5:38 p.m. Report of a suspicious person walking northbound on S. Cloverdale Blvd. Officer moved subject along. 5:46 p.m. Caller reports seeing a juvenile male who is listed as a run- away in Santa Rosa walking in the area of S. Cloverdale Blvd./Cherry Creek Rd. 9:42 p.m. Mendocino Sheriffs's Office requests an officer check the welfare of a female subject who possibly attempted to commit sui- cide. Subject was last seen in the area of the Super 8 Motel. Subject was transported to Sonoma County Mental Health Facility. 10:22 p.m. Officer out with a sus- picious person on a bike in the area of Radio Shack. Friday, Dec. 12 9:34 a.m. Caller on Moulton Ct. reports a glass oil lamp and a plant were stolen from her front yard. Caller would like extra patrol. 10:08 a.m. Caller at Shell Gas Sta- tion reports two male adults are panhandling and would like them moved along. 11:01 a.m. Caller reports a male subject has his Pitbull off leash at Vintage Meadows Park. 2:08 p.m. Request for an officer to check a residence on Chelsea Cir. for a vehicle that was involved in a hit and run. 3:02 p.m. Citizen requests to speak with an officer regarding a missing cat. Advice given. 3:37 p.m. Another agency re- quests officers be on the lookout for robbery subjects that may be in the area. 4:50 p.m. Citizen requests an of- ricer check the welfare of her hus- band who may attempt suicide ~/nd is in the area of Lytton Springs. 5:49 p.m. Officer is out with a sus- picious subject riding a bike in the >PLEASE TURN TO PAGE 13 Medical aid for a female subject . feeling ill on Franklin St. Medical aid for a male subject with a diabetic problem. , Tuesday, Dec. 9 Public assist for a subject who is : locked out of his vehicle. Medical aid for a female patient ~ feeling ill on Allen Ave. , Public assist on Muscat Dr. for : smoke detector malfunction. .* Report of a female down beside the roadway on Hot Springs Rd. . Wednesday, Dec. 10 "~ Vehicle accident on Hwy. 101 north of Squaw Rock. , Medical aid on Marguerite Ln. for :a six year old male who fell down some stairs. Medical aid on Clark Ave. for a female subject feeling ill. : Medical aid on King Cir. For a 78 i year old female with flu-like symp- ' toms. Medical aid at Naco Camp- !ground for a male subject with a i diabetic problem. Thursday, Dec. 11 Medical aid on S. Cloverdale Department calls Blvd. for a 21 year old male who checked himself out of the hospital and is now feeling ill. Friday, Dec. 12 Vehicle accident on Hwy. 101 two vehicles involved. No injuries. Saturday, Dec. 13 No calls for service. Sunday, Dec. 14 Vehicle accident on Hwy. 101 at Zanzi Way. Vehicle is upside down in the median with the driver trapped inside. Driver was extricat- ed with the jaws of life and trans- ported to the hospital. 115West First Street- Cloverdale, California (707 894-5000 Autumn Harvest Born on January 24, 1996, Autumn passed away on November 26, 2008 just shy of her 13 birthday. She was a breeder for Canine Companions For Independence and gave birth to 44 puppies who were trained to become service dogs for the handicapped. Her middle name should have been Houdi- ni because she was a famous escape artist who overcame fences, leashes, collars, and other obstacles that got in her way. Our thanks to Dr. Biery's vet office, the police department, high school students, neighbors and strangers who helped her find her way home. She made many friends over the years and we will miss talking to her visitors who came by to see her and her puppies. We couldn't have had a sweeter dog and thank all who cared for her. The Cox Family NEW MAYOR IN Thanking his fellow council members for their trust, Joe Palla accepted the council's nomination and will serve as Mayor during 2009. Carol Russellwil!serve as Vice Mayor. Mayor Palla presented a plaque to outgoing Mayor Raymond, acknowledging her leadership during this past year. CONT. willing to let the ban wait until July kids and the general public. 5, 2009, to go into effect. Dennis Revell of Revell Cornmu- Councilman Gus Wolter said he nications, a governmental affairs wasn't sure limiting sales and us- and public relations representative age would eliminate the danger of for the state's leading wholesale fires, and expressed disappoint- distributor of State Fire Marshal- ment with the Cloverdale Fire Pro- Approved Fireworks, urged the tection District for not coming councilto follow the model set forth forward with an opinion, by the cities of Petaluma and Saying she preferred to see an or- Rohnert Park by establishing a lo- dinance in place to control the issue cal, community fireworks safety rather than a total ban, Coun- task force. cilmember Mary Ann Brigham was Revell suggested that Cloverdale not in favor of prohibiting fire- could, as Petaluma has already works. "Criminalizing fireworks on -:done and Rohnert Park will soon the 4th of July? I don't think it's go- do, easily amend its administrative ing to curtail it at all. In fact, it will fine procedure to allow for the probably encourage more illegal parking ticket equivalent in terms fireworks." of its ease of administration and is- Vice Mayor Carol Russell agreed suance with a hefty price tag of at that prohibiting fireworks was least $1,000 per violation. probably not the best answer stat- Aftermore discussion, it was ing "we run the risk of increasing agreed no final action would be tak- use of illegal fireworks." Instead, en at this time. she would like to see the city come The matter will be returned to the up with a strong ordinance and Police Subcommitteewiththe coun- having ongoing education for both cil's comments. In the past moaath, the Cloverdale Police Department has investigated numerous vehicle robberies during daylight hours increasing 50% over past months according to Officer David Johns of the Cloverdale P.D. Cloverdale drivers distracted by holiday stress are falling prey to thieves who view the holiday shop- pers as easy marks for their crimes. The incidents have taken place in parking lots and seem to involve the perpetrator viewing items in plain sight inside of the vehicle, ei- ther on the seat or on the floor and then using a window punch or sim- ilar device, the window is shattered without much noise or disturbance. The thief then helps himself (or her- self) to the valuables and drives off. So that you don't become a statis- tic, never leave purses, cameras, briefcases, CD cases or anything that looks to be of value in plain sight. Lock those items in the trunk. If you have any information re- garding the burglaries, call the Clo- verdale Police Department at 894-2150. MayYour GOODS Hotiidays Be Green & Joyful o ng & Inspiring Toys for Young & Old Cha ing Gifts & Technology ................ 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