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News of Record for December 30, 2013

TUOLUMNE COUNTY

The Sonora Police Department reported the following:

THURSDAY

11 a.m., unclassified — A woman said she attempted to close her apartment door and a neighbor attempted to force his way in on the 200 block of Greenley Road. An officer advised her of her options. 

11:18 a.m., death — Someone was found unresponsive at an inn on the 300 block of South Washington Street. The coroner responded.

12:36 p.m., vandalism — Someone complained of flyers placed on vehicles with sticky adhesive on Old Wards Ferry Road. An officer left a message at the number on the flyer. 

4:18 p.m., animal complaints — An aggressive pit bull was reported at large on McCormick Drive. It had also been at large on Dec. 24, according to the caller. It was contained when the officer arrived.

4:46 p.m., vandalism — Tires were slashed on the 1100 block of Sanguinetti Road. 

4:58 p.m., public consumption — A man was cited and released for having an open container of alcohol or smoking marijuana on public land at Restano and Mono ways. 

5:43 p.m., vandalism — Someone called to report vandalism to his or her vehicle, public intoxication and information about a possible drug house. An officer wasn’t able to reach the caller. 

6:20 p.m., traffic accident — A non-injury hit-and-run auto accident was reported on the 1000 block of Mono Way. The responsible was described as an elderly woman in a light gray Lincoln. 

The Sheriff’s Office reported the following:

THURSDAY

8:42 a.m., Sonora area — A woman believed her mail had been stolen on Rawhide Road. The mailbox was found open on Tuesday with only two pieces of mail inside, when numerous things were expected to be delivered, and it had been about a week since it had been checked, she said. 

9:48 a.m., Sonora — A woman said her boyfriend moved out yesterday and “took everything and destroyed the apartment,” on Chukar Circle.

10:08 a.m., Mi-Wuk Village — A vehicle was found parked that appeared to be rifled through on Wallim Court. It had a gun safe that appeared to be broken into.

1:59 p.m., Sonora — Mail theft was reported on Via Serena Road.

2:52 p.m., Jamestown — Someone reported people cutting down trees on a utility access road near McKibbin Drive and Golden Dove Lane. The caller said they are high in trees and don’t appear to be doing the job safely. 

3:23 p.m., Tuolumne — Youths were reported throwing rocks and being disrespectful at Cherry Valley Boulevard and Bay Avenue. 

3:30 p.m., Jamestown — A woman on Golf Links Road reported receiving a harassing email from her ex-boyfriend about her harassing his new wife. She said she’s never met her and does not associate with her or her friends. 

4:09 p.m., Sonora — A woman said her dog was attacked by a neighbor’s dog on Christmas day and that is has been loose in the neighborhood and she is afraid to walk around now on Flora Lane. 

5:39 p.m., Sonora — A woman said people in a purple four-door sedan drove by and yelled to her kids through a bullhorn that they are going to burn their house down on Valley Oak Drive. She said she has seen the car parked nearby. 

9:19 p.m., Sonora — A man reported youths throwing rocks at his house on Sparrow Lane. He called back 25 minutes later and said it was still happening, then explained that the landlord and neighbors don’t like him. 

FRIDAY

1:33 a.m., Sonora — An arrest was made following a disturbance between a man and a woman on the 18300 block of Ward Ferry Road.

Felony bookings:

THURSDAY

7:24 p.m., Sonora — Edward Stephan Greenberg, 47, of the 200 block of Greenley Road, was booked on suspicion of first-degree burglary. 

Arrests

Cited on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs:

THURSDAY

3:09 p.m., Twain Harte — Lonnie Lee McIntire, 57, of Twain Harte, was booked after an arrest at Twain Harte Drive and Hunts Road.

CALAVERAS COUNTY

The Sheriff’s Office reported the following:

THURSDAY

10:28 a.m., Mokelumne Hill — A man reported ongoing issues with people trespassing and shooting on his property on Highway 26. 

11:34 a.m., San Andreas — A man was arrested on suspicion of public intoxication as well as several misdemeanor warrants after a call that he was apparently under the influence at a dentist office on East Saint Charles Street.

2:04 p.m., Arnold — Burglary to a cabin was reported on Shannon Way. 

2:44 p.m., Valley Springs — Theft of a clothing accessory was reported on Sequoia Avenue. 

5:08 p.m., San Andreas — Someone reported a man went through containers near parked cars, “banged around,” then left the containers open on California Street. 

8:15 p.m., Jenny Lind — Gunshots were reported near Milton Road.

FRIDAY

4:29 a.m., Mountain Ranch — A man requested a patrol check when he heard something on his roof on Michel Road.

Felony bookings:

THURSDAY

1:32 p.m., Valley Springs — Leighton Wayne Galloway, 41, of Carmichael, was booked on suspicion of drug possession and misdemeanor driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, drug paraphernalia possession and being under the influence of drugs after an arrest on Barbour Street. 

Arrests

Cited on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs:

THURSDAY

9:08 a.m., Valley Springs — Shayla Shyanna Silva, 22, of Roseville, was booked after an arrest on Highway 26, west of Highway 49. 


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