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News of record for Nov. 27, 2013


The Sheriff’s Office reported the following: 


8:31 a.m., Arnold — A car was vandalized on Longman Lane. 

12:07 p.m., Mokelumne Hill — A man was walking on Highway 49 wearing only his underwear but carried the rest of his clothes.

12:37 p.m., San Andreas — A man wrapped in a blanket was walking on Mountain Ranch Road. 

2:42 p.m., Angels Camp — Medication was stolen on Oak Valley Road. 

2:53 p.m., Mokelumne Hill — A possibly sleeping man was lying in a field on Highway 49 and Highway 26. 

6:58 p.m., Avery — A chainsaw was stolen on Highway 4. 

10:14 p.m., Valley Springs — “Dumpster diving” and loitering occurred on Nove Way. 

Felony bookings 


12:24 a.m., Angels Camp— Joi Marie Abood, 37, of the 19300 block of Cherokee Road, Tuolumne, was booked on suspicion of felony possession of concentrated cannabis and a misdemeanor charge of driving with a suspended license after an arrest on the 1000 block of Main Street. 

9 p.m., Angels Camp — Michael Edward Hammons Jr., of the 2700 block of Alpine Way, Arnold, was booked on suspicion of felony drug possession and misdemeanor charges including being under the influence of a controlled substance, possessing drug paraphernalia and driving under the influence and an infraction charge of possessing marijuana on Highway 49 and Murphys Grade. 


The Sonora Police Department reported the following: 


9:38 a.m., suspicious circumstances — A woman received an obscene phone call on Greenley Road. 

10:58 a.m., theft — A possible theft occurred on Wyckoff Street. 

11:24 a.m., hazardous situation — A vehicle partially blocked traffic on South Washington Street. 

1:49 p.m., threat — A man threatened a woman on South Stewart Street.

The Sheriff’s Office reported the following: 


2:43 p.m., Sonora — Theft was reported on the 12800 block of Chukar Circle. 

4:48 p.m., La Grange — A woman’s car key broke off in the ignition on the 24200 block of Las Armomitas Road. 

5:07 p.m., Sonora — A truck was spray-painted with wood stain on the 21400 block of Green Meadow Lane. 

6:07 p.m., Columbia — A man walked by a business and heard clanging from inside and saw a man walk out wearing a white hoodie on Main Street. 

9:43 p.m., Sonora — A group of people were smoking marijuana in a car and a man got out and urinated in the parking lot on the 13700 block of Mono Way. 

10:27 p.m., Sonora — Items were stolen from a store on the 14800 block of Mono Way. 

Felony bookings 


8:58 p.m., Jamestown — Danielle Stephanie Holt, 30, of the 14300 block of Golden Dove Lane, was booked on suspicion of possession of known stolen property after an arrest on the 18300 block of Rawhide Road. 

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