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Crime Watch


May 15, 2021 – 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.

March 17 In the early morning hours, a caller reported that a vehicle was pulled over in front of a nearby property. The caller also reported seeing someone with a flashlight near the vehicle. A deputy responded, but the vehicle had left.

March 20 A resident of Los Guilicos Ave. and Randolph Ave. area called to report that someone was playing with their remote-control car very loudly at the school and causing damage to the grass. The caller admitted that the grass had been in pretty bad shape even before the remote-controlled shenanigans.

March 20 Deputies responded to a report of an alarm going off near Sonoma Hwy. and White Fang but could not access the property due to a locked gate.

March 21 Deputies responded to a report of an alarm going off near Oak St. and Los Guilicos Ave. but could not access the property due to a locked gate. Deputies noticed that Taylor Energy workers were on the property and likely triggered the alarm.

March 29 A caller reported that her vehicle was broken into while parked near the park path entrance at Sonoma Hwy. and Glen Oaks.

April 3 A caller who seemed intoxicated reported that a friend had stolen $900 from him. Deputies responded, couldn’t locate the thief, and offered to follow up with the victim after he sobered up.

April 5 A man called the Sheriff to report that a neighbor threatened to shoot the caller’s horse and sheep and wanted the threat documented.

April 10 The owner of a home near Misbro Way and Brown Ave. notified authorities that he had spotted neighbors trespassing on his property through his security cameras and that this was not the first time it had happened. The Sheriff responded to speak to the neighbor.

April 13 An employee at a business near London Ranch Rd. and Arnold Dr. reported that a person known to the employee had stolen the key to the business’ restroom soap dispenser. The employee did not Crime Watch –

want to pursue legal action, he just advice on how to get the key back.

April 16 Deputies were dispatched to a business on the 13000 block of Arnold Dr. in response to a report that the door of the business had been pried open. The deputies found that items had been strewn about and a small safe in the business had a key in it. The business owner reported that several pieces of jewelry and other items of substantial value were missing.

April 18 A caller in the neighborhood of London Ranch Rd. and Arnold Dr. reported hearing a gun shot or fireworks and a vehicle speeding off. Nothing further.