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A woman who works at a business in the 13000 blovk of Arnold Dr. returned to her car after a tqo hour period and founf a broken windshield. No suspects. Estimated cost: $1000.
A resident in the 4000 block of Warm Springs Road called to report a fraud. The resident said they hadn't been receiving mail in some time. The caller contacted the post office and discovered that someone had filled out a forwarding address so that the mail was instead going to to Lithia Springs, Georgia. The resident had reported the matter to the U.S. postal inspector.
A resident of Laurel Ave. called to report that someone stating they were a lieutenant from the Sonoma Cosunty Sheriff's office had called and asked for her credit card number. The resident gave the fraudulent caller the numbers of two credit cards, and the fraudster then told her the cards had been declined. After realizing this was likely a scam, the resident cancelled her cards.
A suspicious vehicle was reported in the 1000 block of Trinity Road. The caller said the vehicle had been there outside a gate to the propertyt for an hour, unoccupied. The caller said people had dumped cars in the area before, and they were concerned that this might be the case in this instance. A deputy drove out and could not locate anyone. Upon further investigation, it turned out the vehicle belonged to a relative of the propety owner.
There were reports of a large, loud party around 12:45 a.m. in the 15000 block of Marty Dr. A deputy drove out and told the partiers to quiet down.