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Ex-Wife Problems and Intoxicated Females

The San Anselmo police log for Oct. 24-29 includes an abandoned scooter and a stolen bike.

 

 

Monday, Oct. 29 

Abandoned scooter: 1:19 p.m. Mountain View Avenue. RP reported a scooter was left at her residence. Officer responded and took the items for safekeeping. A report was taken.

Stolen bike: 4:24 p.m. Center Blvd. RP reported his locked bicycle was stolen from in front of the business.

 

Sunday, Oct. 28 

Groups of bikes: 10:23 a.m. San Anselmo Avenue and Scenic Avenue. RP reported vehicles and groups of bicyclists continually run stop signs at the noted intersection.  Officer provided extra traffic enforcement and one warning was issued. 

Alarm surprise: 2:26 p.m. Tamalpais Avenue. A Alarm Company reported an audible panic alarm from the keypad. Upon arrival, officers contacted the new home owners who were unaware there was an alarm to the residence. The RP was advised.

Theft from vehicle: 4:31 p.m. Terrace Avenue. RP reported entry to his unlocked vehicle on Oct. 20. The glove box and steering wheel were damaged and the stereo faceplate was taken.

Shots fired: 9:01 p.m. Oak Avenue. RP reported she heard a loud gunshot in the area. A second RP reported the same. Officers checked the area with negative results. A citizen in the downtown area stated it could have been fireworks being used due to the Giants winning the World Series. 

Protective custody: 10:52 p.m. Saunders Avenue. RP reported an unknown male subject walked into their residence and said he used to live there. The subject appeared confused and was possibly intoxicated. Officers responded and contacted the subject. He was detained and was taken to Helen Vine for detox. 

 

Saturday, Oct. 27

Erratic driver: 3:55 p.m. Chapel Of The Hills on Red Hill Avenue. RP reported an erratic driver. Officers responded and contacted the driver. It was determined the vehicle was having mechanical issues and the driver had been drinking. He was also found to be in possession of another person's driver’s license. The owner was contacted and stated he had permission to be in possession of it. No merit to DUI.

Family disturbance: 9:22 p.m. Park Drive. RP reported a family disturbance involving her juvenile son. Officers responded and counseled the juvenile.

Juvenile problem: 9:40 p.m. Sir Francis Drake Blvd. RP reported a group of juveniles were hanging out in the parking lot making a lot of noise. Officer responded and contacted an unrelated male subject. Officers noted a group was lingering in the parking lot, but weren't causing any problems.

Noise complaint: 11:08 p.m. Los Angeles Blvd. Anonymous RP reported a loud party in the area. Officers checked the address, but found it was about five adults talking loudly. They shut their window. Officers continued to look for the party. A second RP called and stated the party was directly behind her. During their search, officers contacted an intoxicated female juvenile. She was turned over to her mother. Marin County Sheriff’s Office was advised regarding the party since it was in their jurisdiction.

 

Friday, Oct. 26 

Disturbing the peace: 1:51 a.m. Grove Hill Avenue North. Resident reported an intoxicated female outside the residence possibly in an argument with a male subject. Contact made with both subjects who were advised of the complaint and they went inside for the night.

Petty theft: 5:55 a.m. Woodland Avenue. RP reported a female subject stealing recyclables. Unit made contact with the subject who advised she had owner’s permission to collect recyclables.

Suspicious circumstances: 1:09 p.m. Oak Avenue on Bolinas Avenue and Waverly Road. RP reported a man reached into car and touched her breasts while she was driving on Oak Ave. The male subject had been on foot and the RP followed him to the area of Bolinas and Waverly, where he stopped to sit on a bench near 129 Bolinas, on the Seminary's property. Area was checked for the subject, who was gone when officer arrived on the scene.

Traffic signal problems: 3:01 p.m. Sir Francis Drake Blvd. RP reported she is an employee for Golden Gate Transit and she had reports of the signal on SFD Blvd, in front of the high school, only staying green for ten seconds for vehicles traveling on SFD. Officer responded and confirmed there was an issue with the timing. Republic Electric was advised.

 

Thursday, Oct. 25

Traffic signal: 11:27 a.m. The Hub on Sir Francis Drake Blvd. Resident reported the signals are out at the intersection. The area was checked and the signals are working fine.

Barking dog: 4:28 p.m. Terrace Avenue. Resident reported the neighbor's dog had been barking for several hours, and he would like the dog owner's notified. Officer contacted the resident who advised the dog had been barking due to work being done at the house.

Disturbing the peace: 10:57 p.m. Scenic Avenue. 911 call from a cab driver advising his passenger is refusing to pay. RP advised the passenger was trying to start a fight with him.  Contact was made, situation was mediated and the fare was paid.

 

Wednesday, Oct. 24 

Probation violation: 12:15 a.m. Creek Park, Sir Francis Drake Blvd. Officer located a subject sleeping in the area. He was cited for possession of alcohol in public and violation of probation. He was released and abated from the area. A report was taken.

Ex-wife problems: 8:45 a.m. Tamalpais Avenue. Resident reported his ex-wife left a voice mail and threatened to cause him problems at work today by getting on his bus (he is a transit driver). RP requests to speak with an officer via phone. The RP was contacted and given advice. The other party was also contacted.

Suspicious person: 2:52 p.m. San Anselmo Avenue. RP reported a male subject on the stairs from the bridge (private property) peering in windows and taking photos.  RP told him it was private property and that he needed to leave. The area was checked for the subject who unit advised was gone on arrival.

 

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