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Deputies got a call from a resident of Waldruhe Heights who said his neighbor was yelling and was fearful the neighbor was damaging a fence. There was an ongoing dispute between the neighbors regarding a fence line and an easement. After the yelling neighbor had gone back to his house, the caller checked on the fence, which turned out not to be damaged.
A resident called from the the 13000 block of Arnold Dr. to report that a group of mailboxes were all open. The caller said he was expecting a package that didn't arrive.
A resident of Frederica Ave. called to report a male transient was getting water and electricity from outside the Kenwood Depot. The man and his truck had been there a number of times before, and had been spoken to by sheriff's deputies in the past. A deputy drove out but the man had already left.
A customer at a business in the 8000 block of Sonoma Hwy. called to report that another customer appeared intoxicated, was threatening the clerk, and apparently had broken an item. The clerk got on the phone and said he didn't want the sheriff to come out, but a unit was already on its way. Upon arrival a deputy found that the the intoxicated individual had fallen upon leaving the store and suffered a head injury. An ambulance was called and the injured man was taken to a hospital for medical treatment.
A resident in the 1400 block of Adobe Canyon Road reported that someone had fraudulently used one of her bank checks. the perpetrator had cashed a check for $232 at Oliver's Market.