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Deputies got a call from a property owner in the 12000 block of Dunbar Road about a burglary. The caller has a house under construction and had started moving in items. He returned to the home one morning to find the house ransacked and a number of items missing. Food had been stolen, and apparently someone had cooked something inside the house, and had left the oven on. The caller was going to make an inventory of what was stolen and call back.
Someone at St. Francis Winery called to report hearing a man yelling for help. It sounded like it was coming from the nearby homeless shelter. A deputy went out and contacted security personnel, and no problem was located.
Deputies got a call about two people at the Glen Ellen laundramat who were not wearing masks. A deputy went out and informed the two people that they needed to follow the COVID-19 health restrictions.
An employee of a winery in Kenwood called to complain that she had returned to work after being away for three months and the other employees were not wearing masks, in violation of COVID-19 health restrictions. A deputy contacted winery managers to discuss the situation.
A resident in the 15000 block of Marty St. reported that a female neighbor sounded like she was in distress and yelling at the top of her lungs. Deputies came out and talked to the woman.