|Crime Watch: 01/15/2018
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 caller from the 11000 block of Henno Road reported that a friend was assaulted by a relative back in October. The caller had just found out, and wanted a sheriff to come by because the alleged assaulter was on the premises. A deputy drove out and made contact with all parties. It turned out the alleged victim did not want to press any charges.
A resident of the 8000 block of Sonoma Hwy. reported a package was never delivered though the company's records show that it was. The package was supposed to contain boxes of protein bars, an estilate loss of a little over $100.
Deputies got a call from a resident in the 4000 block of Warm Springs Road who reported that a barrier on the property near the road had been damaged. Estimated loss: $400.
A resident in the 11000 block of Dunbar Road called to report a female trespasser who had possibly used spray paint or chalk to vandalize a part of the road, apparently in some kind of protest. A deputy drove out and talked to the woman. Nothing had been damaged.
A resident on the 2000 block of Bristol Road called to report that federal travel documents that allowed hime to go in and out of the country were burned up in the wildfires.He needed to make an indient report to faviate acquiring new papers.
An Adobe Canyon Road resident called to report a suspicious vehicle driving around some burned properties. A deputy drove out, and contact two people in the car in question. Nothing further.
A Marty Drive resident called to report being scammed over the telephone. The resident gave the scammer $8,000 worth of gift cards.
The owner of a residence in the 200 block of Lawndale Road called at 8 p.m. The owner had rented the home to a family. The family was out of town, but it appeared from looking at Snapchat that their son was throwing a party that included juveniles and alcohol. A deputy drove out, but there was no party going on.
Deputies got a call about 10 p.m. regarding a loud party with yelling and drinking going in the 15000 block of Sonoma Hwy. Also an apparent physical altercation may have occurred. A deputy drove out and the situation was resolved.
Someone broke into a property in the 2000 block of Cavedale Road and stole a travel trailer.
A resident whose property had burned in the 700 block of Trinity Road had arrived at his property and found that his gate lock was broken, and the gate was open. It turned out that PG&E had entered the property so they could hook up power to a trailer.
A man in the 15000 block of Marty Dr., reported losing his U.S. employment authorization card in the wildfires, and was told to report the loss to the sheriff for documentaion purposes.
A husband and wife living on Bennett Valley Lane reported that someone had fradulently tried to open up accounts in their names.
An employee of a local water district doing work on Martin Street called to report an agitated male neighbor driving around and yelling. The man was upset because water pressure had become low due to the work going on. He complained that his washing machine was being damaged because of the low pressure, and that he was in the middle of washing his dog.