The following is a selection of calls made to the from March 16 to March 18. The full reports can be found on the department's website.
Sunday, Mar. 18
1:06 a.m. JUVENILE PROBLEM
An anonymous party reported a group of male juveniles were hanging out in the street riding scooters at 1 a.m. near San Anselmo Avenue at Pine Street. Officer checked the area and contacted a group that was on the way to a friend’s house. The rest of the area was checked and all vehicles appeared in order.
2:43 a.m. NARCOTIC LAWS
Officer contacted 2 subjects sleeping in their vehicle on Sir Francis Drake Boulevard. A 25-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of possession of brass knuckles and possession of marijuana. He was booked at Marin County Jail without incident. The vehicle was turned over to the passenger who was released from the scene.
3:20 a.m. SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES
A man reported someone knocked on his window and knocked on his door on Park Way. He also saw someone walking up the stairs, carrying a bicycle. He thought it could be a former roommate who owned the bicycle. Officers responded but couldn’t find anyone. They were also unable to determine if a crime was committed because it was unknown if it was just the owner of the bicycle claiming his own property.
9:25 a.m. PETTY THEFT
On Belle Avenue, a theft of three bicycles was reported from under a stairway. Officer responded and took a report.
12:03 p.m. PARKING VIOLATION
It was reported that a vehicle was parked in the red, blocking the cul-de-sac on Fern Lane. Officer checked the vehicle and it was not blocking. The curb may be red, but it was covered by debris and was not citable. A message was sent to the department of public works to repaint paint the curb.
1:05 p.m. FOUND PROPERTY
A woman reported she found an ID card in her gutter on Entrata Avenue. Officer responded and the property was returned to the owner.
10:30 p.m. JUVENILE PROBLEM
Occurred on Ross Av. RP reported 3 male subjects were on a roof of a shed and a female was seen nearby. Officer responded and contacted 5 subjects who were on the property. No evidence of vandalism and subjects were abated.
Saturday, Mar. 17
10:03 a.m. SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES
A man stated his roommate is hallucinating. Officers made contact and evaluated her. She does not meet the criteria at this time.
1:47 p.m. DISTURBING THE PEACE
A caller reported some kind of disturbance inside a residence on Red Hill Avenue. Officer determined the subject was moving furniture. He was advised of the complaint.
4:34 p.m. FOUND PROPERTY
A citizen reported he found a cell phone on Greenfield Avenue. The owner of the phone was contacted by the officer and responded to claim his property.
4:38 p.m. CITIZEN ASSIST
A community service officer reported assisting an elderly, confused woman whose vehicle was parked in the roadway at San Anselmo Avenue and Tamalpais Avenue. Vehicle was moved out of the roadway. No further assist was needed.
5:50 p.m. WARRANT ARREST A citizen flagged down an officer to report a man wearing a green shirt and carrying an umbrella is jumping into traffic in the area of San Anselmo Avenue. One of three subjects was arrested for a $20,000 warrant held by the San Francisco Sheriff’s Office for failing to appear for a driving under the influence.
6:49 p.m. CITIZEN ASSIST
A citizen inquired why there were "No Parking Signs" posted for San Anselmo Avenue from 0600-0930 hours on 03-18-12. It was determined to be for a parade.
9:14 p.m. HAZARD
A citizen reported via cell 9-1-1 that a dark colored truck lost a wheel and is blocking traffic in the westbound direction of Sir Francis Drake Boulevard. The vehicle was located blocking the #2 lane. Officer stood by for traffic control until AAA arrived to remove the truck.
Friday, Mar. 16
3:18 a.m. DEPT OF PUBLIC WORKS NOTIFICATION
Officer initiated activity at Camino De Herrera/Hillcrest Ct. An officer found a tree branch across the roadway at Camino De Herrera at Hillcrest Court. Officer narrowed it to one lane. Information passed on to the department of public works.
8:44 a.m. MUNI CODE VIOLATION
Someone reported there are trucks on Laurel Avenue in violation of the Bald Hill Ordinance (not supposed to arrive before 10 AM). Upon arrival, the reporting party was not at home. A resident from another home advised that all the residents in the area received notice that arborists would be in the area at this time.
9:14 a.m. SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES
A caller reported the a vehicle slowed down, and the driver was "eyeing kids" as they walked from the church to the school on Shady Lane. The driver was described as an adult white man with scraggly hair. The area was checked and officers were not able to locate the vehicle. Ross police were advised.
8:10 p.m. DISTURBING THE PEACE
A man reported via 9-1-1 that he was having trouble with his roommate. Contact was made with both subjects agreeing to go to their separate rooms for the night.
8:47p.m. PUBLIC INTOXICATION
A resident of Los Angeles Boulevard reported via 9-1-1 that a man is outside who came to see her son, who isn't home. She stated he is banging on the downstairs apartment door. She then said the subject was trying to force his way into the residence. The man was arrested on suspicion of public intoxication and booked at Marin County Jail.
9:39 p.m. SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES
A woman reported that she was crossing the street near Red Hill Avenue when a man pulled up in a gold sedan and said, "I know you. I should give you a ride home." The woman said she told the man she didn't know him and that he should leave, so he did.
9:44 p.m. ANIMAL COMPLAINT
A cat was reported to have been hit by a vehicle at Sir Francis Drake at Saunders Avenue. RP stated it is still alive and people are stopping to assist, causing a traffic hazard. Officer provided traffic control as Humane Society responded and removed the animal. It appeared to be feral and it was unknown who the responsible driver was.