News of record for August 22, 2012

Union Democrat staff


The Sheriff's Office reported the following:


8:03 a.m., Sonora area - The clubhouse was vandalized at Sonora Hills on the 19700 block of Greenley Road.

11:54 a.m., Tuolumne - A man said his shoulder bag containing his pilot's license, Chicken Ranch Bingo pass and other miscellaneous items was stolen at Mother Lode Christian School on the 18300 block of Gardner Avenue.

11:57 a.m., Columbia - A man on the 13100 block of Dondero Road said someone used his Social Security number to open a cellular telephone account and he received the bill.

12:26 p.m., East Sonora - A compressor, vacuum and other items were stolen from a business on the 13800 block of Mono Way.

12:55 p.m., Pinecrest - Someone said a man was taking photos of little girls at Pinecrest Lake and left "quickly" after being confronted.

1:40 p.m., Jamestown - An antique wristwatch worth $625 was stolen from the front display case inside of a business on the 18200 block of Main Street.

2:39 p.m., Sonora area - Someone on the 11100 block of Currey Drive reported credit card fraud.

4:54 p.m., Columbia - A woman said she was "beat up" by an unknown woman and two men while walking to her vehicle in a parking lot on the 11600 block of Columbia College Drive. She said the suspects didn't taken anything from her and she doesn't know why she was targeted.

The Sonora Police Department reported the following:


2:15 p.m., theft - Someone on Highway 49 sent a check but it was intercepted and altered. It was cashed in the amount of $161.

2:46 p.m., fight - A man and woman were fighting on the baseball field at Sonora High School on North Washington Street, but stopped and left the area before officers arrived.

4:53 p.m., theft - A woman said her backpack was stolen in Courthouse Square on South Washington Street.

10:15 p.m., lost property - A woman was jogging around the track at Sonora High School on North Washington Street and someone took her car keys and water bottle. She had her vehicle towed.


The Sheriff's Office reported the following:


11:59 a.m., Copperopolis - A business was vandalized on O'Byrnes Ferry Road.

4:56 p.m., Copperopolis - A vehicle was vandalized on Bridle Point Circle.

8:38 p.m., Angels Camp - Citations were issued for a fight on Pool Station Road.


2:35 p.m., Valley Springs - An arrest was made for public intoxication on Demin Court.

Felony bookings


12:30 p.m., Mountain Ranch - Robert Allan London, 49, of the 17100 block of Baker Riley Road, Mokelumne Hill, was booked on suspicion of possessing ammunition while being prohibited from owning or possessing a firearm, after an arrest at Mountain Ranch and Whiskey Slide roads.

6 p.m., Angels Camp - Roger Allan Winans Jr., 57, of the 1200 block of Bush Street, was booked on suspicion of assault, assault with a deadly weapon other than a firearm, resisting arrest and a misdemeanor charge of driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, after an arrest on the 300 block of North Baker Street.


Cited on suspicion of driving while under the influence:


4:10 p.m., San Andreas - Terry Rae Scott, 46, of the 1500 block of South Main Street, Angels Camp, was arrested on Highway 49 north of Highway 12.

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