News of Record for August 14, 2014

Union Democrat staff


The Sonora Police Department reported the following:


1:04 p.m., fraudulent activities - A woman on South Washington Street received a call from someone claiming to work for PG&E who said if she didn't pay in 45 minutes, her power would be shut off. PG&E did not make the call.

3:36 p.m., lost property - A woman said she accidentally threw her medication away in a dumpster and when she realized what she'd done, the dumpster had been emptied on Stockton Road.

The Sheriff's Office reported the following:


11:08 a.m., Sonora area - A woman on Belleview Creek Road reported that a neighbor damaged some of her bushes. She was told to talk to her neighbor about it.

1:16 p.m., Sonora - Someone reported credit cards stolen at a care facility on Greenley Road.

1:44 p.m., Don Pedro area - A woman called 911 to inform them someone had just prank called her.

3:31 p.m., Columbia - Someone on Italian Bar Road got a suspicious email and text saying they won $2 million but not to tell anyone.

3:53 p.m., Groveland - A group of people vandalized golf carts and greens on Mueller Way.

7:10 p.m., Groveland - A vehicle and shed were found vandalized two days before on Jackass Creek Road.

8:47 p.m., Tuolumne - A man was arrested under suspicion of being drunk in public on Hani Drive.

Felony bookings


7 p.m., Sonora - Mark James Hyder, 21, of the 22400 block of Scenic Drive, Twain Harte, was booked on suspicion of burglary, forgery of a credit or debit card, violation of probation and misdemeanor theft by use of debit or credit card and obtaining goods with a false credit or debit card.

7:46 p.m., Sonora - Richard Russell Butler, 37, a transient, was booked on suspicion of burglary, receiving known stolen property and violation of probation after an arrest on the 1100 block of Sanguinetti Road.


The Sheriff's Office reported the following:


8:15 a.m., San Andreas - Vandalism was reported on Gold Strike Road.

12:31 p.m., Arnold - Criminal contempt was reported on Splash Dam Loop.

12:59 p.m., Copperopolis - Residential burglary was reported on O'Byrnes Ferry Road.

7:25 p.m., West Point - Someone reported the possible theft of medication on Higdon Spink Cutoff Road.

7:46 p.m., Mokelumne Hill - Theft was reported on West Center Street.

9:33 p.m., San Andreas - Someone was arrested on suspicion of public intoxication on Main Street.

Felony bookings


3:24 p.m., Copperopolis - Mandy Lynn Davis, 30, of the 2900 block of Squaw Drive, was booked on suspicion of drug possession after an arrest on Little John Road.

6:30 p.m., Angels Camp - Chance August Donald Fidler, 18, of the 300 block of Main Street, was booked on suspicion of willful cruelty to a child after an arrest on the 200 block of Monte Verde Street.

6:30 p.m., Angels Camp - Kandice Linette Hadley, 27, of the 800 block of Main Street, was booked on suspicion of willful cruelty to a child after an arrest on the 200 block of Monte Verde Street.

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