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News of Record for Feb. 7, 2018


TUOLUMNE COUNTY

The Sonora Police Department reported the following:

MONDAY

7:35 a.m., hazardous situation — Drivers on Mono Way swerved to avoid batteries in the road.

9:09 a.m., vandalism, property damage — A person returned home to his Snell Street apartment to find items damaged and blamed it on a specific person.

10:53 a.m., miscellaneous harassment — A person at a South Washington Street business received a call from a man who said inappropriate things, then that person’s coworkers received calls from the same man saying inappropriate things about the original person.

11:01 a.m., suspicious circumstances — A person on

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TUOLUMNE COUNTY

The Sonora Police Department reported the following:

MONDAY

7:35 a.m., hazardous situation — Drivers on Mono Way swerved to avoid batteries in the road.

9:09 a.m., vandalism, property damage — A person returned home to his Snell Street apartment to find items damaged and blamed it on a specific person.

10:53 a.m., miscellaneous harassment — A person at a South Washington Street business received a call from a man who said inappropriate things, then that person’s coworkers received calls from the same man saying inappropriate things about the original person.

11:01 a.m., suspicious circumstances — A person on South Washington Street said there were wires attached to a fire hydrant, but an officer noted they were for tracking by the fire department.

7:30 p.m., suspicious circumstances — A man with a face mask crouched behind a vehicle on Morning Star Drive. A responding officer determined a crime had not been committed.

The Sheriff’s Office reported the following:

MONDAY

7:56 a.m., Jamestown — Five to six buffalo were seen running out into Jacksonville Road.

12:17 p.m., Columbia — A person at a South Airport Road mobile home park claimed to have information about a student threatening another student.

3:51 p.m., Sonora — A Campo Seco Road resident saw the front door to a mobile home in her yard was open and was concerned someone was inside because her cat was meowing at the door.

6:53 p.m., Sonora — A man begged for money from a woman at a Mono Way gas station, and again when she walked out of a nearby fast food restaurant.

10:29 p.m., La Grange — A man on Pepito Drive claimed his girlfriend “freaked out” when he said it was not OK for their 3-year-old son to “make out” with their infant daughter and accused her of peeing on the floor, but she claimed he hit the 3-year-old with an open hand and took the infant out of her arms while she was breastfeeding.

Arrests

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

MONDAY

None reported.

Felony bookings

MONDAY

None reported.

CALAVERAS COUNTY

The Sheriff’s Office reported the following:

MONDAY

7:29 a.m., Douglas Flat — A man trespassed in a Sugar Pine Way backyard and then left the area.

9:57 a.m., Mountain Ranch — Items were stolen from an outbuilding on South Railroad Flat Road.

11:08 a.m., Vallecito — A man ran off after being spotted near solar equipment on Little Valley Lane.

12:04 p.m., San Andreas — Damage was done to a garden area on Gold Hunter Road and the responsible parties agreed to repair it.

4:48 p.m., San Andreas — People on West Saint Charles Street looking for a place to stay “reacted in a rude manner when they didn’t get the desired response.”

11:14 p.m., Copperopolis — An intoxicated woman tried to get a ride on Feather Drive.

Arrests

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

MONDAY

None reported.

Felony bookings

MONDAY

8:30 a.m., Angels Camp — Brian Michael Griffin, 49, of the 2600 block of East Glenrosa Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona, was booked on suspicion of causing harm to an elder dependant following an arrest on the 1200 block of Anelee Court.