Blotter: Car vs. Juvenile Cyclist, Coyotes and Four Arrests

The San Anselmo Police blotter for Dec. 26-30 includes an 18-year-old woman arrested for assault with a deadly weapon and domestic battery.


Sunday, Dec. 30 

Assault with a deadly weapon: 11:10 a.m. Sir Francis Drake Blvd. RP (reporting person) said she and her boyfriend were arguing all day and they were in a physical altercation. Officers responded and contacted both parties who declined medical. An 18-year-old woman was determined to be the dominant aggressor and was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon and domestic battery. She was booked into the Marin County Jail.

Vehicle vs. bike: 3:06 p.m. Sir Francis Drake Blvd. Multiple callers reported a vehicle vs. bicyclist collision. Officers and fire responded.  The juvenile bicyclist was treated for a minor injury and released at the scene to a family member. A report was taken.

Suspicious cat incident: 8:07 p.m. Alder Avenue. RP reported a male subject knocked on his door and asked if he had seen a stray cat in the area before he continued to the neighbors. Officer responded and contacted the subject who advised he was looking for his lost cat, but had located it. The subject returned to his residence.

Water balloons: 10:25 p.m. Woodland Avenue. RP reported a group of juveniles were in the area throwing water balloons at the residences — she found remnants of the balloons outside her front door. RP advised there was no damage. Officer checked the area with negative results. 

Vandalism: 10:29 p.m. San Rafael Avenue. RP reported a water balloon was thrown at her residence and it broke a window. RP advised she thought the suspect(s) were on foot as a vehicle was not heard. Officer checked the area with negative results.  Contact was made with the RP and a log number was provided.


Saturday, Dec. 29 

Indecent exposure: 7:54 p.m. Sir Francis Drake Blvd. A Spanish-speaking customer inside the business looked outside and saw a male subject sitting down masturbating while talking on a cellphone. Officers checked the area and contacted a possible match. The witness stated he did not match the subject she saw. Officers continued to check the area with negative results. A report was taken.

Arrest: 9:02 p.m. Center Blvd. Officers contacted a 28-year-old unemployed male as a possible match for a previous incident. He was not a match, but he was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and for public intoxication. He was booked at Marin County Jail in lieu of $5,000.

Coyotes: 9:09 p.m. Kensington Court. RP reported he heard several coyotes howling and yelping in the area. Officer checked the area and it was quiet.

Arrest: 10:28 p.m. Cedar Street. Officer was flagged down regarding a male subject who was seen running from a vehicle. It appeared as if the subject was attempting to enter into a parked vehicle. Officers checked the area and located a subject who matched the description. A 21-year-old male was arrested and booked for an outstanding warrant out of Marin County. He was also booked for providing a false name to a police officer. The man, who listed his occupation as a landscaper, was booked in lieu of $50,000 bail.


Friday, Dec. 28

Skateboarders: 11:18 a.m. Ross Av.  An anonymous citizen reported juveniles were skateboarding on private property and another juvenile was on a motorcycle. Officers responded and contacted the group who was advised of the complaint. The motorcycle was determined to be a scooter.

Coyote: 11:41 a.m. Oakland Avenue. RP advised that there was a coyote on his property this morning. The RP advised that he chased it away but he was concerned that the animal was so close to his house. The RP was advised to call the PD if this happened again. He was also referred to the humane society for more information. 

Animal hit: 10:33 p.m. Sir Francis Drake Blvd. Anonymous RP was traveling in a bus when she witnessed a vehicle hit a cat or raccoon. RP wasn't sure of its status. The humane society was advised for response.


Thursday, Dec. 27

DUI collision: 2:08 a.m. Sir Francis Drake Blvd. and Butterfield. Report of a solo vehicle collision with a possible DUI driver.  A 23-year-old male was booked at Marin County Jail after clearance at Marin General Hospital.

Animal complaint: 9:59 a.m. Tunstead Avenue. Resident reported he found a box of human excrement on the sidewalk in front of his parking area and wished to speak with an officer via phone. RP advised the residents have an issue with a subject who doesn't clean up after his dog and RP feels this incident is related.

Gas: 5:42 p.m. Tunstead Avenue. Citizen reported a smell natural gas coming from the garage area of the residence. RP stated it appears that no one was home. The house was checked along with Ross Valley Fire Department and it was determined the gas had been left on for the attached barbecue. The gas was shut off and the odor should dissipate. The homeowner was contacted and advised.


Wednesday, Dec. 26 

Advice: 1:06 p.m. Elm Avenue. Resident advised she received a Christmas card from her ex-boyfriend. His pattern for the last 10 years has been to send a card, call the RP, and then show up at her doorstep. The RP was contacted and given advice. A message was left for the subject not to call her again.

Civil problem: 2:23 p.m. Los Angeles Blvd. Homeowner advised she went to her tenant’s location and it was a mess, it smelled, and there was a stranger on the couch. The RP is also trying to evict the tenant. The RP was contacted and given advice on the eviction process.


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