The Sonora Police Department reported the following:


6:58 a.m., animal complaints — A large light brown dog was running on Mono Way and Greenley Road with no collar.

11:13 a.m., hazardous situation — Construction equipment partially blocked the road on North Stewart Street and East Dodge Street.

1:10 p.m., suspicious circumstances — Flowers were delivered to a girl at a North Washington Street school the past week, and the mother believed they could have originated from the daughter’s father, who is a missing person.

1:56 p.m., controlled substances — A person at a Sanguinetti Road store believed a man was taking a tourniquet off a woman’s arm, but it was determined to be a shoestring being used as a cat leash.

6:20 po.m., miscellaneous codes — A person was given a warning in a North Washington Street park for smoking a substance.


1:34 a.m., hazardous situation — Stop signs were placed in the middle of South Washington Street and Restano Way, but they were moved until the power was expected to be off later.

7:09 a.m., public intoxication — A person on Stockton Road said they were approached by an intoxicated homeless person who had a beer in their hand.

3:06 p.m., theft — Three juveniles stole three pizzas valued at $70.64 after a delivery person made a delivery to McCormick Drive.

3:26 p.m., vandalism, property damage — All four tires were cut on a vehicle on West Jackson Street.

11:00 p.m., trespass/loiter — Three people in a vehicle sat in a Mono Way parking lot for over two hours.


1:06 a.m., alarm — A power outage alarm sounded at a Sanguinetti Road business, but the building was determined to be secure.

6:57 a.m., theft — A person attempted to take a generator with a dolly from a Restano Way property.

1:49 p.m., suspicious circumstances — A young man and woman drove through a Knowles Hill Road neighborhood with a gas can and a resident believed they had no reason to be there.

8:42 p.m., reckless driving — A person drove a go-cart without lights southbound on North Washington Street against oncoming traffic.

11:09 p.m., suspicious circumstances — Someone was laying in the parking lot on Wyckoff Street and Snell Street. 


12:40 a.m., traffic accidents — A vehicle ran into the temporary stop signs on Mono Way.

7:20 a.m., burglary — A warehouse at a Mono Way business was burglarized sometime overnight.

10:01 a.m., suspicious circumstances — A suspicious man was seen carrying a big “breaker bar” near an Old Wards Ferry Road coffee shop.

11:48 a.m., theft — Sixteen orange traffic cones were set up on South Washington Street and North Washington Street on Saturday, but on Monday only six were picked up.

1:45 p.m., vandalism, property damage — A West Bradford Avenue resident said someone keyed in rear fender.

4:16 p.m., warrant arrests — A man walked by a Highway 49 residence carrying a 36 inch chainsaw. 


The Sheriff’s Office reported the following:


4:46 a.m., Tuolumne —A person on Carter Street said his neighbor was drunk and kept going outside to yell and scream.

11:12 a.m., Sonora — A Morlan Lane resident said they were receiving “filthy” texts.

1:51 p.m., Jamestown — A person on Peppermint Creek Road called 911 to receive information on whether she may have to evacuate during an outage.

3:18 p.m., Sonora — A Hess Avenue resident said her sister was dumping off their deceased mother’s belongings without permission.

10:27 p.m., Sonora — Someone knocked on the window of a Countryside Court residence with a flashlight, but it was later determined to be a friend trying to get the resident’s daughter to come to the door.


8:29 a.m., Long Barn — A generator was stolen from a Mono Drive residence.

10:34 a.m., Columbia — An injured mountain lion was seen on Parrotts Ferry Road.

5:51 p.m., Columbia — Two bears, possibly a mother a cub, were seen walking on North Airport Road and then cut into a nearby field.

6:59 p.m., Jamestown — A report that a man with a pistol was threatening people at an Algerine Road property was determined to be unfounded.

9:17 p.m., Sonora — A man wearing what appeared to be a red hat made of cardboard came to the front door of a Parrotts Ferry Road property praying to Jesus and asked if he could come in and pray with the resident.


7:55 a.m., Sonora — A Feather River Drive resident was extremely upset, cursing and screaming about people running generators all night and about the Sheriff’s Office business line not working.

9:49 a.m., Sonora — Road signs set up on Mono Way and Hess Avenue were blowing down and needed sandbags to prop them up.

12:05 p.m., Sonora — A Mono Way resident said her neighbor was running electricity to their residence from their vehicle.

1:58 p.m., Tuolumne —A person on Tuolumne Road North was testing their phone to make sure it dialed 911 because they had no power.

10:48 p.m., Sonora — A person on Mono Way fell down the stairs and could not get up.


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