|Crime Watch: 07/01/2017
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 resident of the 5000 block of Warm Springs Road called in to report a vandalism. Trees had been pulled up and an air conditioning unit had been tampered with.
Deputies got a call at 5 a.m. about hearing gunshots in he 1000 block of Warm Springs Road. A deputy went out but could not locate anything.
A resident of the 15000 block of Woodside called to report a woman driving down the block taking mail out of mailboxes. A deouty drove out but could not locate anybody.
There was a complaint called in at 6 p.m. of loud music from a property on Campagna Lane.
A resident of the 1000 block of Lawndale Road called to report that an ex-girlfriend entered the house and took cash and other items.
A resident on the 13000 block of Mound Ave. reported a stolen credit card.
At 12:30 a.m., deputies got a call from a Kenwood resident about 3-4 male juvenile making noise on the grounds of Kenwood School. A deputy drove out and handled the situation.
At 4 a.m. deputies got a call about a tree being cut down in the 900 block of Horn Ave. A deputy went out and found that PG&E was doing authorized tree work.
Deputies got two complaints around 10 p.m. about loud music from a live band playing somehere in the area of Chauvet and Williams Roads.
Deputies got a call ay 11 p.m. about loud music distutbing the peace coming from the area of Greene St. and Treehaven Lane.
Deputies got a call from a a resident in the 2000 block of Cavedale Road. The caller was off site and had gotten a call from a neighbor about trespassers on the property. A deputy went out and found one car there - it was registered to a Sebastopol address. Nothing further.
Deputies got a call about a suspicious vehicle that had been parked in the 1000 block of Creekside for a number of days. The car was unoccupied but the keys were in the car.
A resident in the 15000 block of Arnold Dr. called to report that as he was unloading groceries, a man approached asking for marijuana. The man had been wandering around the neighborhood. A deputy drove out and contacted the subject. Nothing further.
A woman from the Netherlands who was camping up in Sugarloaf Ridge State Park with her husband for several days reported a theft. She had taken her travel bag into the shower and someone stole it. Inside the bag was a pair of expensive dentures and prescription glasses. Total loss: $5,000.