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April 1, 2023

Healdsburg Police Log Feb. 17-19

A partial list of reports received and logged by the Healdsburg Police Department

Friday, Feb. 17

8:16am. Person sleeping outside of Dollar Tree and smoking out of something that resembles a drug pipe, described as a white adult male, laying under blankets. Officers contacted and cited a 38-year-old man.

Saturday, Feb. 18

1:52pm. Graffiti reported at Carson Warner Skate Park on Grove St., on the Foss Creek Pathway behind the listed address. Photographs requested; report taken. 

2:03pm. Graffiti reported on the pathway behind Big John’s Market on Healdsburg Ave. Officer  responded; report taken. 

3:10pm. Reckless driving reported at Villa Chanticleer on Chanticleer Way. Reporting party (RP) said he viewed a blue SUV “blow through a stop sign w/o stopping.” Driver was described as a heavy-set Hispanic adult male with children in the vehicle, possibly not wearing seat belts. Officer responded, unable to locate or gone on arrival. 

3:11pm. Reckless driver reported at Old Redwood Hwy./Arata Ln. RP stated he was on the freeway traveling southbound and a vehicle was traveling 30 MPH. RP felt it was dangerous. Caller transferred to CHP.

3:30pm. Officer-initiated activity at Big John’s Market, Healdsburg Ave. A vehicle was stopped for speeding and reckless driving. Vehicle towed, Benjamin E. Forth was arrested and transported to county jail on charges including probation violation, driving under the influence, child endangerment, driving while under probation for DUI, driving over the speed limit.

6:17pm. A nurse from Kaiser reported that at appx. 2:30pm a male employee of Lo & Behold went to John & Zeke’s on Healdsburg Ave. where he believes someone assaulted him. The RP listed several head and facial injuries. No description of the assailant was given.  

Sunday, Feb. 19

5:47am. Graffiti was reported at Giorgi Park on University St. on the snack shack. Officer responded and report taken. 

11:19am. Officer initiated activity at Parkland Farms Bl/Rosewood Dr. Vehicle stopped for obstructed vision, driving without a license. A 17-year-old juvenile male was cited, and his father responded to the scene to pick up the vehicle. 

12:05pm. Report of a subject laying in front of Almas Oilcloth shop on Healdsburg Ave. Officers responded, medical aid requested, subject transported to Sutter Hospital. 

12:59pm. Gang-related graffiti was reported on subject’s vehicle at Ferrero Dr./Jasmine Ct. Officer responded, report taken.  

1:42pm.  A two-vehicle accident occurred at Front St./Hudson St. No airbags deployed, medical attention requested for one 12-year-old. Officers responded; no injuries, property damage only, information exchanged. 

1:58 pm. A woman reported that battery occurred at Coyote Sonoma on Mill St. the previous evening where she was attacked and injured. Officer responded, report taken. 

2:01pm. Report of multiple tags at the Boys and Girls Club, including on the north-facing side and west-facing of the mobile building. Tagging is in black and green. 

3:49pm. Unwanted male reported yelling at customers and possibly defecating in a business on Powell Ave. Lee LeCarriere, 54, was arrested and transported to county jail for felony public intoxication,  providing a false ID,  and urinating or defecating in a facility or vehicle. 

6:53pm.  Hit and run accident occurred on Healdsburg Ave. at Sunnyvale Dr., next to Chevron. Suspect left, leaving a rear bumper and license plate behind. Officers responded and located the suspect vehicle, which was towed. 

8:32pm. A burglary in progress was reported at North Street Storage on W. North St. Subject was reported to have run from the facility across the street to Safeway and then back to the storage facility. Described as wearing “dark clothing, maybe hoodie, carrying whatever he stole under this hoodie.” Officers responded, the situation was not as reported and declared unfounded.


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