|Crime Watch: 08/15/2017
The following are some of the recent calls from the Glen Ellen and Kenwood area responded to by the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Sonoma Valley Substation.
A recreational vehicle was reported illegally parked in the Kenwood shopping center.
A resident of the 2000 block of Keiser Road said he had been gone for six nights. When he returned, the television was on, though it wasn't working when he left originally. No other person or vehicle was on site. Upon reflection, he said Comcast may have fixed the television hook-up remotely, and that the television may have been on the"on" position.
Deputies got a call around 8 p.m. about a loud party with music going on in the 15000 block of Marty Dr.
A motorist in the 500 block of Trinity Road called to report seeing a car parked along the side with a man grabbing at a woman and the woman yelling for help. A deputy went out and talked to both parties. It turns out that the woman had punched the man and he was bleeding. She was arrested for assault.
A resident in the 600 block of Hoff Road said he found a firearm of his that he had thought lost some years back. He reported the gun lost at the time, so he needed to report that it had been found.
A homeowner not on site notified deputies at 10 p.m. about receiving a call from a neighbor concerning a suspicious black SUV parked in front of the home for abut an hour. A deputy drove out the call was cleared.
A residet of London Ranch Road reported that a bay colored horse was missing.
Deputies got three calls around 10 p.m. about loud music in the area od Sonoma Mountian Road and Enterprise Road. A deputy went out but could not hear anything.
A woman and three of her freinds were renting a main house on a property in the 13000 block of Williams Road. When they had returned at 10 p.m. after being out, they saw a man in the guest house, but they thought that no one else was supposed to be on the property. A deputy went out and it turned out to be a misunderstanding - it was OK for the man to be there.
A resident in the are of the 8000 block of Sumemrhill Road called to report hearing numerous gunshots.
Deputies got a call from a Riddle Road resident who said that she had been followed by a neighbor to her husband's work place on Arnold Dr. A deputy went out and talked to all the parties, determined there was an ongoing civil dispute, and encouraged everyone to work on resolving thier problems.
At 9:30 p.m., deputies got a call from a resident of the 12000 block of Dunbar Road. The caller reported that a young intoxicated male in his 20's was outside the door carrying a skateboard and wanting to get inside. The male then took off on the skateboard toward Sonom Hwy. A deputy drove out but could not located the man.