|Crime Watch: 09/15/2017
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.
An injured deer was reported in the area of Bonnie Way and Sylvia Dr. The caller said the deer appeared to have been hit by a vehicle. The matter was referred to Animsal Control.
Deputies got a call form a resident in the 100 block of Adobe Canyon Road around 9:30 p.m. abut a possible prowler. The caller said she thought she heard someone in the back yard making crashing noises. The caller said she saw no vehicle outside and that her six dogs were barking like crazy. A deputy went out and looked around, but could not find anything suspicious.
A man reported that he lost a wallet when he was staying at the Jack London Lodge. He said he'd already cancelled his credit cards, and that there was $20 in cash in the wallet.
Around 11 p.m., deputies got a call from a man int eh 13000 block of Arnold Dr. The man wanted to talk to someone at the FBI because he had heard thet the Klu Klux Klan was having some sort of conference in a bar in Cotati. He was advised to find the phone number of the FBI online. The dispatcher noted that the man might have been drinking.
A resident of the 1300 block of Hill Road called at 10:30 pm to report an unknown male knocking on the door saying he was there to deliver some legal papers. The caller said she heard the man drop the papers on the porch, but she didn't know if he had left the area. A deputy drove out but could not locate anyone.
Deputies got a number of calls early in the morning about people hearing a number of gunshots. One caller reported hearing seven shots, possibly from a nearby vacant house. Deputies drove out and walked around the area, and discovered a number of empty fireworks cylinders.
A Kenwood resident called at 9:15pm to report an excessively loud party with amplified music in the area of Via Cantera and Via Roble in Kenwood Vista Estates. A deputy drove out there about 10pm, saw a lot of passenger vans leaving the party house area, and found that the music had stopped.
A resident of the 2000 block of Trinity Road called to say a male stranger was on the property. The man said he had shot a buck and was looking for the animal. A deputy went out and contacted the man, who said he had shot the buck on his girlfriend's property and the buck had run to the neighbor's property. He said he had the right hunting paperwork.
Around 11pm, deputies got a call from the 2000 block of Trinity Road. The caller said a man had come to the door stating that he had just crashed his vehicle. A deputy drove out to the site. The man said he did not need any medical attention. The matter was turned over to the California Highway Patrol.
A resident in the 6000 block of Sonoma Mountain Road heard an alarm go off in the middel of the night, but didn't think it was important. The next morning he discovered that someone had tried to mess with one the doors to the house.