|Crime Watch: 09/15/2020
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.
The manager of a local business in the 13000 block of Arnold Dr. reported arriving to work and finding that a lock had been pried from a wooden door. The cost to fix the door was estimated at $2,000.
A resident of the 8000 block of Sonoma Mountain Road reported an unfamiliar jeep was driving on a nearby easement. The caller was concerned because a neighbor recently had a barn broken into.
About 3:30 p.m., deputies got a call from a resident of Woodside Rod complaining people in a nearby pool screaming and yelling, and playing loud music.
An owner of a rental residence in the 13000 block of Arnold Dr. reported a break-in. A number of financial documents were stolen, as well as a 2004 Lexus that was parked outside the home.
A family living on a property in the 9000 block of Sonoma County said that a man who had been allowed to camp there was refusing to leave. The man wasn't causing any problems, but he was making the family uncomfortable by not leaving when asked, and was becoming a little agitated. A deputy drove out and helped the man move along.
Deputies got a call from the 200 block of Warm Springs Road about a male yelling "Get away" at another male in Plaza Park One of the men had parked a white van near the park. A deputy drove out but could not locate anyone.
A Nuns Canyon Road resident reported that he had left his property around 8 a.m. When he returned around noon, he found that a shed had been broken into. Tools and mechanical equipment were missing. In addition, a battery was stolen from a car.
Deputies received complaints about a loud party on Greene St. Deputies were unable to respond because they had been called to help with fire evacuatons.
A resident of Campagna Lane called to report that a large trailer was parked blocking the road. It turned out that the owner of the trailer had accidentally parked there.
A resident of Randolph Ave. said that a neighbor had yelled at the resident, and that they thought something suspicious was going on at the neighbor's house.
A resident of the 12000 block of Sonoma Hwy. that someone had hacked into their bank account. It appeared that there was some fraudulent activity traced back to someone in Texas.
Deputies got a call from a resident of the 900 block of Madrone Road about a teenager jumping over a neighbor's fence to retrieve a soccer ball.
A Glen Ellen resident said that a couple of months ago someone was aggressively tailgating the resident in the area of Warm Springs Road. Just now, the same vehicle had done the same thing. And after the resident had pulled over to let the car pass, the tailgater temporarily stopped and blocked the resident.
A resident of the 12000 block of Dunbar Road reported that a rattlesnake was inside the home. The matter was referred to Animal Control.
A resident of Brown Ave. reported that visitors staying in a nearby vacation rental were being excessively loud.
A resident of the 15000 block of Marty Dr. called to report a continuing problem with a peeping tom. The caller said the man was now entering backyards of homes in the area, taking pictures of residents, and then leaving. The caller said the man was last seen walking on Madrone Road.