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A resident of the 13000 block of Williams Road called to report a set of hoses was missing. Also odd was that someone, not her, had put vegetable identification signs in her garden. The resident was concerned about possible future unexplained incidents, and was given advice regarding security systems. The resident did mention that she had recently hired a new gardener.
A resident of the 2000 block of London Ranch Road called whose house had burned in the 2017 fire reported coming to the property, and encountered a neighbor who became belligerent.A unit went out and spoke with both parties. There had been a dispute over parking in driveways. The caller said this was not the first time the neighbor had yelled at him. The caller was given information on how to obtain a restraining order.
A property owner called to report that renters had caused some damage inside the house that s deputy should look at. A deputy drove out. A door had scratches and gnaw marks on it. The deputy determined that the marks were probably made by a small dog the renters had.
Deputies got a call from the 900 block of Madrone Ave. at 5 a.m. about a man banging on the front door and trying to get in. The caller said the man was showing a badge of some kind. A unit went out but could not find anyone.
A suspicious red truck was reported parked off the 8000 block of Sonoma Hwy. A deputy went out and it turned out a construction worker was on a lunch break.