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News of record for Nov. 14, 2011


    The Sheriff’s Office reported the following:

    6:56 a.m., Jamestown — A woman on the 13800 block of Park Avenue reported someone had stolen her vehicle at her home. She called back to report her wallet, keys, home phones and dogs were also missing.
    8:47 a.m., Groveland — A person at Tenaya Elementary School on Highway 120 reported someone cut the fuel lines on a school district car and van causing more than $300 in damage and stealing about 30 gallons of fuel. School officials are reportedly in the process of studying video surveillance to identify possible suspects.
    3:18 p.m., Sonora area — A woman on the 13000 block of Fir Drive reported a motor-home has been parked on her property for more than two days and is leaving trash everywhere. No one in the vehicle responded when deputies knocked on the door. Deputies advised the woman to get a vehicle abatement.

 Felony bookings

    12:41 a.m., Sonora area — Marsha Lynn Guinn, 37, of the 800 block of Lyons Bald Mountain Road, booked on suspicion of drug possession after an arrest near the intersection of highways 108 and 49.


    Cited on suspicion of driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs:
    8 p.m., Mi-Wuk Village — Lisa Ann Johnson, 45, of the 24900 block of Highway 108, was arrested at her home.
    The Sonora Police Department reported the following:

    11:25 a.m., suspicious circumstances — A person on North Arbona Circle reported a large amount of trash scattered outside a neighbor’s residence. Officers questioning other neighbors in the area determined the house was foreclosed on in late September and the owner hasn’t been seen since.
    2:23 p.m., unclassified — An officer spoke with a volunteer for Adventist Community Services Center on South Forest Road. He told the volunteer to keep an eye out for an alleged transient who has been writing messages with chalk on city-owned property. The said transient later called the officer, who advised the subject to stop or gets permission from the property owners if it occurs on private property.
 3:20 p.m., burglary — A person reported a white Jeep Cherokee in a parking structure on North Washington Street was broken into several times and items were taken from it.
    5:47 p.m., theft — Money was reportedly stolen from a fundraiser at Sonora Elementary School.


    The Sheriff’s Office reported the following:

    10:16 a.m., Wallace — Fraudulent charges were made to a stolen credit card on Camanche Parkway South.
 1:19 p.m., Copperopolis — A person’s shoes were stolen at Lake Tulloch Resort on O’Byrnes Ferry Road.
    3:09 p.m., San Andreas — There was a report of a possible theft at a store on East St. Charles Street.

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