Whites on the green
A competitor in the Sonoma Wine Country Games (above ) lets her bowl fly at the Oakmont Lawn Bowling Greens on Friday, June 10. On June 10 and 11, Oakmont hosted the lawn bowling tournament of the Games, which runs now through the end of June at various locations in Sonoma County. For la more...
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A resident of the 900 block of Sonoma Glen Circle reported that her VISA card had been fraudulently used at least four time, totalling over $2000 in illegal charges.
A motorist in the area of Sonoma Hwy. and Madrone Road called to report a young man walking on the side of the road who appeared to be under the influence. A deputy went out and contacted the man, who said he was just walking to the market. The deputy gave him a lift.
A resident in the 3000 block of Warm Springs Road reported a supicious looking green Honda that had been spotted in the area off and on for several months.
Deputies got a call about a supicious car in th e14000 block of Arnold Dr. with a man and a dog. The caller said they suspected that the man may be dealing drugs out of the vehicle. Nothing further.
A man in the 13000 block of Sonoma Hwy. called to say his brother-in-law had come to his home and threatened to kill him. The caller said the brother-in-law left but then came back and knocked on the door. The caller said he was afraid and didn't answer the door, and that his relative eventially left. A deputy contacted the brother-in-law who said he had been upset with the caller over a personal issue. The man was arrested for making threats with intent to harm.
Susan Gorin won, Gina Cuclis was second, and Keith Rhinehart came in last place with 10 percent of the vote. The Sonoma County First Supervisorial District election is over and the incumbent goes on for another four years. Gorin seemed confident on election day, already pulling her ôVote more...
Federal suit by Kenwood Native American church tossed
A federal case involving the right to use cannabis as part of a religious sacrament brought against Sonoma County by a Kenwood branch of the Oklevueha Native American Church (ONAC) was dismissed June 8 after a church attorney failed to show up for a conference, and had repeatedly failed to more...