Excerpts from the September 24, 2015 Sheriff’s Reports


Sept. 9: 6:30 pm: Sex, Indecent Exposure – Terwilliger Hot Springs. Incident happened 4 weeks ago. Complainant & friend observed a male subject masturbating across the river from them. When they went to leave they found a note on a Forest Service business card. Caller doesn’t know if subject works for the FS or just found a card & wrote on it.

Excerpts from the September 3, 2015 Sheriff’s Reports


Aug. 19: 3:01 pm: Accident – 42000 block, Holden Creek Lane. Report of a red Town & Country mini van “teetering on an embankment, being held up by a tree.” Unknown how high the embankment is. A female is trapped. Medics are en route. 15:12: OSP & Fire are on the scene.

Excerpts from the August 27, 2015 Sheriff’s Reports

Aug. 13: 1:33 am: Suspicious Vehicle – 87000 block, Dowdy Lane. Involved is a late 90’s dark colored hatchback with no plate lights. Complainant passed the vehicle that followed him to his house & sat outside for 5 minutes, then left.

Excerpts  From the January 1, 2015 Sheriff’s Reports


Dec. 19: 7:30 p.m. Burglary - 38100 block, Camp Creek Rd. All drawers & cupboards have been gone through. Value of jewelry was greater than $10,000. Complainant says there were news reports of a car in the canal. Caller believes the burglary was due to that.

Nov. 6: 7:58 PM: Disorderly Subject – 88000 block, Easy Lane. Complainant reports son is trying to break things around the house. Caller disconnected after screaming into the phone, “Are you coming or not?” Resolved.

Nov. 7: 9:47 AM: Criminal Trespass – 45000 block, N. Gate Creek Rd. Caller reports a 60 year old male stalker is under her house – needs police immediately. Info taken.

Oct. 17: 5:50 AM: Suspicious Vehicle – 94000 block, Marcola Rd. Report of a silver van parked across from the fire station. No one was seen around it. Caller is concerned due to previous break ins at the fire station. 09:00: Patrol check – campers have been given permission to be there.

Oct. 4: 5:08 PM: Theft 1, Criminal Mischief 1 – Mp. 9, McK. Hwy. Taken: about 500 ft. of phone line stolen off pole. About 20 people are out of service – should be restored in about 3 hours. Report taken.


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