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Crime Watch: 04/15/2018

Crime Watch

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.

March 29
A resident in the area of Jane Court and Thomas St. reported numerous threatening texts from someone who used to beong to the caller's church, but now lived out of the area. The caller said the texter threatened to show up at the caller's house to fight. A deputy contacted both parties and determined the matter was a civil situation, not a criminal one.

March 31
Staff at an inn in the 10000 block of Sonoma Hwy. called to report a male guest was yelling, throwing items in his room, and slamming and banging furniture. They reported the man was most likely intoxicated. By the time deputies arrived, the man was asleep.

March 31
A resident int he area of Arnold Dr. and London Ranch Road called to complain about a loud party somewhere nearby with loud music. A deputy went out and handled the matter.

March 31
A person walking their dog on Madrone Road called to report a suspicious possibly intoxicated homeless man trying to hide and in possession of a brand new bicycle. A deputy drove out but could not locate anyone.

April 1
A resident on Wolf Run reported a trespasser on the property shooting a gun. The caller yelled at the man, who then ran away. The caller said it’s possible he may have come over from a Henno Road property. A deputy went out and was able to contact the shooter, who said he had a hunting license and was given permission to be on the adjacent Henno Road property. The man told the deputy he wasn’t sure what side of the property fence line he had been on.

April 2
A suspicious occupied Dodge pickup was reported along the side of the road in the 900 block of Trinity Road. A deputy wnet out and contacted the male driver, who said he was picking mushrooms. The deputy told the man to leave.

April 2
Deputies got a call from someone in the 13000 block of Arnold Dr. stating that they had just been bitten on the leg by a dog. Animal Control was called.

April 4
A homeowner in the 4000 block of Warm Springs Road reported that someone had gained acces to the house by breaking out the glass of a door. Jewelry, tools, and a pillow case were missing. Total estimated loss: $570

April 6
A man called from a place of business in the 13000 block of Sonoma Hwy. to report that a fellow worker had shown up, grabbed him by the neck and thrown him down. The assailant was no longer on the premises. The caller did not want to press charges, but just wanted deputies to have a record of the incident.

April 9
in the 2000 block of Lawndale Road, there was a report of a woman yelling, screaming, and saying, "He's going to kill me". Officers attempted to call the reporting party back, but just got a voice mail. A deputy drove out to the area. There was nothing further in the report.

April 9
A resident in the 1000 block of Hill Road called to report that she thought her neighbor might be recording her telephine calls. She said when she talks on the phone, there is an echoing sound. The caller said she has cannabis on her property, and has ongoing issues with the neighbor. She said she would call deputies back if there was any escalation of the problem.



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