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News of record for Nov. 28, 2011


The Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office reported the following:

    12:21 a.m., Sonora area —An assault was reported on the 17700 block of Lime Kiln Road.
    9:01 a.m., Groveland —A woman on the 10500 block of Smith Station Road said someone shot one of her rams in the neck.
    9:38 a.m., Cedar Ridge —A man said someone stole gas from his car and boat on the 23600 block of Kewin Mill Road.
    1:56 p.m., Tuolumne —A home was broken into on the 18800 block of Carter Street.
    3:17 p.m., Twain Harte — A woman on the 23200 block of Cresta Drive said she arrived at her vacation cabin to find someone had opened the door, left it open and left their coat and cell phone.
    3:34 p.m., Sonora area —A woman was reportedly waving her arms around and urinating on herself on Dog Patch Lane.
    6:01 p.m., Jamestown —A woman on the 10500 block of Eighth Street said her neighbor always bangs on the wall and does yard work in the middle of the night.

    1:40 a.m., Groveland —Three people were arrested on suspicion of stealing from a transfer station on Merrell Road.
    2:47 a.m., Twain Harte —A man was arrested on the 22900 block of Joaquin Gully Road after he allegedly made a mess in the 7-Eleven and was asked to leave but kept coming back inside.
    5:06 p.m., Soulsbyville —A woman on the 20500 block of Adams Court said she found her son lying unresponsive, but breathing, on the ground, shirtless, with alcohol nearby, after he’d been gone for three hours to go to the store.
    6:53 p.m., Jamestown —A woman said she was assaulted on Preston Lane Wednesday night.

The Sonora Police Department reported the following:

    12:04 p.m., alcohol — A 64-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence on South Washington Street after she reportedly hit a parked car.
    3:35 p.m., theft — Three soda machines on the 1000 block of Mono Way were broken into and the money stolen.
    7:42 p.m., suspicious circumstances — What was suspected to be a squatter staying in the old Tuolumne General Hospital building turned out to be a mannequin under a blanket on a bed.

    8:18 a.m., theft — A woman on Alpine Lane said jewelry was stolen on Monday from her home.


    The Calaveras County Sheriff’s Department reported the following:

    9:11 a.m., Angels Camp—Battery was reported on Concho Street.
    9:18 a.m., Copperopolis —A possible assault with a leaf blower was reported on Choctaw Road.
    4:42 p.m., West Point —A burglary was reported on Matson Lane.

    1:16 p.m., Valley Springs — A man was disturbing people on Highway 26 at a gas station.
    9:26 p.m., West Point —Several people were screaming and arguing in the road on Bummerville Road at Winton Road.

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