News of record for February 7, 2013

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The Sheriff's Office reported the following:


5:43 a.m., Twain Harte area- A tree was down on South Fork Road just past Lyons Dam Road.

6:59 a.m., Tuolumne - Loud music was playing on the 18700 block of Carter Street.

8:03 a.m., East Sonora - A woman walking her service dog was harassed in the hallway of a building on the 19400 block of Hess Avenue.

9:04 a.m., Jamestown - Gas was stolen on the 10300 block of Preston Lane.

11:08 a.m., Jamestown - A man on the 18400 block of Jamestown Road claimed that his ex-wife withheld custody of their son.

3:11 p.m., Chinese Camp - A woman reported sexual assault on the 13600 block of Red Hills Road. She declined to take further action.

3:50 p.m., Columbia - A woman reported that her 4-year-old son was spanked by his father. She reported that she was concerned because of "past domestic violence issues."

7:54 p.m., Groveland - People claimed that their landlord had been harassing them and trespassing on their rental property on the 19300 block of Pine Mountain Drive. The Sheriff's Office reported that the landlord had been there to issue a three-day eviction notice.

Felony bookings


4:10 p.m., Sonora - Marie Antoinette Oliver, 34, of the 20700 block of Lyons Bald Mountain Road, was booked on suspicion of burglary and writing checks with insufficient funds after an arrest at the Tuolumne County Jail.

10:42 p.m., Jamestown - Michael James Wagoner, 21, of the 18600 block of Highway 108, was booked on suspicion of possessing a narcotic substance and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia in addition to warrants for probation violation and using a controlled a substance after an arrest as Shady Dawn Lane and Fernwood Drive.


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


5:53 p.m., Jamestown - Jeffrey Lee Hall, 41, of the 13400 block of Horseshoe Road in Oakdale, was booked after an arrest at Main and Donovan streets.

The Sonora Police Department reported the following:


8:45 a.m., traffic accident - A hit-and-run incident occurred at Mono Way and Greenley Road.

12:09 p.m., traffic violation - A vehicle was towed after an arrest was made on Mono Way.

12:29 p.m., lost, found property - Someone lost a wallet at business on the 900 block on Sanguinetti Road.

12:32 p.m., theft - Items were taken from a hotel room on the 300 block of South Washington Street.

1:54 p.m., suspicious circumstances - People were loitering in the field behind a school on the 800 block of Greenley Road. Officers contacted the group, who were setting up a track for BMX bikes.

6:22 p.m. animal complaints - A man was walking his dog on North Green Street when a pit bull attacked his dog. The man was uninjured but took his dog to the veterinarian for medical treatment.


The Sheriff's Office reported the following:


11:37 a.m., Valley Springs - Mail was stolen on Highway 26.

2:10 p.m., Mokelumne Hill - A statue was stolen on East Center Street.

2:36 p.m. - A residential burglary was reported on Old Gulch Road.

3:21 Copperopolis - Suspicious circumstances were reported at an elementary school on School Street.

9:26 p.m., Avery - Vandalism occurred at a mobile home park on Moran Road.

10:56 p.m., Valley Springs - Vandalism occurred on Jean Street.

Felony bookings


2:30 p.m., San Andreas - Nickolette Geraldine Brabbin, 21, of the 1900 block of Gold Strike Road, was booked on suspicion of second degree burglary after an arrest at the 100 block of East St. Charles Street.

2:59 p.m., San Andreas - Rylan Christopher Luckey, 26, of the 1400 block of Railroad Flat Road in Railroad Flat, was booked on suspicion of parole violation and threatening with intent to terrorize after an arrest at the 100 block of East St. Charles Street.

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