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Blotter: Vandalism at Multiple Downtown Fairfax Businesses

The Fairfax Police blotter for Nov. 20-27 includes a forklift accident and two eggs thrown on homes and a car.

 

Tuesday, Nov. 27 

Torn fence: 9:45 a.m. Arboleda Circle. RP (reporting person) said a neighbor on Charro Way has torn down his fence without permission or knowledge.

Forklift accident: 11:12 a.m. Claus Circle. RP says his vehicle was struck by a forklift in the area.

Blocked drains: 8:27 p.m. Meerna Avenue. RP requested assistance with a neighbor who has blocked the way the RP’s water drains during a storm. The neighbor has put up concrete blocks and declines to remove them as they are there to prevent his dog from escaping. RP is concerned that with the upcoming storm this could cause a problem.

 

Monday, Nov. 26 

Citizen assist: 12:21 a.m. 7-Eleven on Bolinas Road. RP is locked out of her car. She is cold and the keys to her residence are inside the car. RP called back later to say she was able to get into her car and drive home.

Suspicious person: 9:10 p.m. Creek Road. RP reported a suspicious subject who came up and knocked at her door. RP did not answer the door and did not know why he was there. While checking the area, officers contacted another resident who advised the subject was selling magazines.

 

Sunday, Nov. 25

Vandalism: 12:29 a.m. Officer initiated activity at 19 Broadway. Officer was waved down by bar employees because a subject had just vandalized the interior of the bar. Officers located the subject.

Hazard: 11:05 a.m. Park Road and Spruce Road. RP reports a tree branch is in peril of falling.

Juvenile problem: 5:23 p.m. Dominga Avenue. Report of three days of consecutive harassment – someone throws rocks at the RP’s door or pounds on the door and runs off. Last incident took place approximately five minutes ago. RP thinks it may be a male juvenile because she heard one talking on a cell phone shortly after the incident.

 

Saturday, Nov. 24

Noise complaint: 2:01 a.m. 7-Eleven on Bolinas Road. Loud talking, heard only. RP thinks it’s bar patrons stopping at the store on their way home. Officer found people in the parking lot and some walking on the sidewalk. None were being loud or unreasonable.

Vandalism: 7:07 p.m. Perry’s Delicatessen on Sir Francis Drake Blvd. Plants fronting the business were thrown against the windows.

Car egging: 1:20 p.m. Park Road. RP’s vehicle was hit with eggs sometime last night. RP has cleaned it off and does not want to file a report. RP believes it was the juveniles that loiter in the park in the evening hours. Extra patrol requested in the area.

Eggs thrown on homes: 10:17 p.m. Sequoia Road. Somebody threw eggs that hit the RP’s house and the house across the street. Nothing was damaged and no one was hurt. RP heard a skateboard right after the egging, went outside and didn’t see anyone.

 

Friday, Nov. 23

Assault: 11:22 a.m. Manor School on Oak Manor Road. Call center for Kaiser in Sacramento reporting that two classmates assaulted a juvenile six months ago.

Lost: 8:19 p.m. Parkade on Sir Francis Drake Blvd. and Claus Drive. RP lost his passport and Social Security card around 4 p.m.

 

Thursday, Nov. 22 

Public intoxication: 12:05 a.m. 19 Broadway, Broadway. Subject arrested for public intoxication and booked into Marin County Jail.

Disturbance: 6:07 p.m. Fairfax Plaza on Center Blvd. Anonymous report of multiple subjects yelling at each other.

Danger to self: 8:17 p.m. Charter Oaks Apartments on Center Blvd. One of her sons is drunk and threatening to kill himself.

 

Wednesday, Nov. 21

Screaming: 7:32 p.m. Sherwood Oaks Apartments on Bolinas Road. A child is screaming hysterically in a nearby apartment. Officers contacted the family and found the child was having a temper tantrum.

Unsupervised juvenile party: 9:17 p.m. Maple Avenue. Anonymous RP reported an unsupervised juvenile party at the residence.

 

Tuesday, Nov. 20

Vandalism: 9:02 p.m. Sorella Caffe on Bolinas Road. A woman drove up and threw a rock at the window and then drove off. RP would like to speak with an officer. 

 

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tony masi November 29, 2012 at 03:57 PM
I've always enjoyed reading our small town police blotter reports. It reminds me of how fortunate we are to live in a place as safe as Marin. I also enjoy reading the comments posted on our local Patch sites and on sites that cater to more of a national audience. It brings to mind my admiration for the forward-thinking wisdom of our founding fathers when they created our governing system as a Republic rather than a pure Democracy. Because, truth be told, although we can be an inspiring people, we are often a silly, venal, wasteful and sometimes dangerous tribe. Everyone should have a voice and a place in the process, but not everyone should be given a permit to operate heavy machinery without rigorous training and adequate testing (myself included). PS. I miss all the political arguing now that the elections are over. I'm experiencing a mild form of withdrawal. I can't relate to all this normal talk of turkeys, storms, and holiday cheer. Can we please have an article or two relating to something of a more nasty and unwholesome nature? Maybe something controversial? It's amazing how upset people can get when you threaten to limit their parking. Maybe you can do an article claiming the Town Council plans to turn the parkade into one big ice-skating rink for the winter?

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