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Crime Watch


A resident of Marty Dr. called to accuse his neighbor of throwing a piece of plywood and hitting his wife. The caller said there had been ongoing issues with the neighbor regarding taking down a fence. A deputy went out to the site, looked at the fence, and determined it was possible that the fence had been pushed over on the wife inadvertently and that there had been no crime.

May 25
Deputies got a call from the 9000 block of Sonoma Hwy. about a stolen sheep. The caller said he had a pretty good idea who stole the sheep. The caller said he didn't want to get the alleged suspect in trouble, he just wanted the sheep back.

May 27
Deputies got a call at 8:45 p.m. about a man going through the trash in the Kenwood Shopping Center. A deputy went out and contacted the man, who appeared to be under the influence. The man admitted he was a drug user. A search of the man came up with a small amount of methamphetamine and drug paraphenalia.

May 27
Deputies got a call from a clerk at a store in the 13000 block of Arnold Dr. about a $100 bill from a customer that wouldn't go through the counterfeit detector. The bill turned out to be genuine.

May 29
A possible prowler was reported at 2:20 a.m. by a resident in the 900 block of Jane Court. The resident heard sounds of jumping in the back yard. A deputy went out but could not find anything.

More Crime Watch

Elnoka development back on track

The road to building Elnoka, a 68-acre senior development on the western edge of Oakmont off of Sonoma Highway, has taken another turn as a new proposal has been officially filed with the City of Santa Rosa. Since the developer, Oakmont Senior Living (OSL), bought the property in 2005, t more...

New chapter for groundwater in Sonoma Valley

“We don’t have a water shortage problem, we have a water management problem,” said Karla Noyes, a member of the voluntary advisory panel that has been studying Sonoma Valley’s groundwater for the last decade. Noyes spoke at the first official meeting of the Sonoma Valley Groundwater Sustainability Agency (GSA), a new s more...

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Community Calendar

St Patrick’s Episcopal Church gathering in Oakmont
06/29/2017
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Funky Fridays
06/30/2017
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Checkerbloom Society hosts chili cook-off
07/01/2017
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Kenwood Farmers Market
07/02/2017
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Kenwood 4th of July Hometown Parade
07/04/2017
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Kenwood Footrace
07/04/2017
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Breakfast and an auction before the parade
07/04/2017
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Party with Rotary after the parade
07/04/2017
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July 4th fireworks hike to Bald Mountain
07/04/2017
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Funky Fridays
07/07/2017
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Pulitzer Prize-winning author to speak at Quarryhill
07/08/2017
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