Monday, March 6
8:52am. Two transients were reported sleeping in front of the Flying Goat on Center St. Officers responded and made contact with the subjects, who were advised to leave; subjects complied. The Reporting Party (RP) called back to say the subjects left property, blocking the service door behind the business.
4:20pm. RP said his wallet was at Starbucks Coffee on Vine St., where it had been turned in as lost. He said it had been stolen on March 3.
Tuesday, March 7
8:07am. A green and brown trailer ”packed full of things” was reported stolen from W. Matheson St.
12:36pm. RP called from Spoke Folk Cyclery on Center St. to report an individual “continues to cause issues at his business and he is trying to decide next steps.” Will call back if further assistance is needed.
12:53pm. Reported from Black Oak Coffee on Center Street, a woman wearing all denim walking toward the plaza “who is possibly intoxicated and may have hit her head.” A 59-year-old woman was arrested on public intoxication and parole violation, and released to the custody of her husband.
12:56pm. A woman reported her husband had sent two Target gift cards “to someone who stated they were Xfinity.”
6:10pm. Disturbance at Exchange and Adeline. RP heard two people fighting. Unable to locate.
6:55pm. A Flock automatic license plate reader hit led to the arrest at Round Table Pizza of a 35-year-old man for possession of a stolen vehicle and narcotics possession. He was taken to county jail; the registered owner picked up the vehicle.
7:58pm. A woman on Hidden Acres Rd. reported she returned home to find someone had thrown a rock through her living room window. She suspected it was her ex-husband “since they’ve been having issues with him lately.”
Wednesday, March 8
12:58am. An officer stopped a vehicle at Grove St./W Grant St. for a license plate violation, and upon investigation a 62-year-old man was arrested for violation of parole, possession of methamphetamine and paraphernalia, and taken to county jail.
7:27am. A woman on Meadow Ct. reported her older son, who does not live here, was at her house, being aggressive, and would not leave when asked. “Subject has been off medication for at least four months.” Subject left before police arrived.
5:31pm. Three juveniles stole $27 worth of food and drinks from Big John’s Market. RP has video and wants to press charges.
3:02pm. Officers stopped a suspect at Safeway on Vine St. for an out-of-county warrant for possession of cannabis on school grounds and possession of a drug without prescription. A 40-year-old male was cited and released.
3:35pm. A 36-year-old male was contacted and arrested on outstanding Sonoma County warrants for public intoxication and resisting arrest. He was taken to county jail.
8:02pm. A 24-year-old male was stopped for a license plate violation, and a check revealed he was wanted on several warrants in Sonoma and Sutter counties for possession without prescription, driving with a suspended license, failure to appear, no insurance and exceeding the speed limit; his 20-year-old companion was arrested for possession of brass knuckles.
Thursday, March 9
12:07pm. Verbal or physical assault reported on Ward St. by a resident who said someone would come to her house to smoke whom she suspected of vandalizing her car. “RP would like this documented that she called HPD, in case anything happened.”
1:10pm. A report from Front St. of someone purchasing plane tickets to Mexico with his card number.
5:11pm. A citation was issued at Healdsburg Ave. and Parkland Farms to a 26-year-old female for possession of drug paraphernalia.
5:45pm. A physical altercation between a group of males was reported at Round Table Pizza. A 30-year-old man was cited and released for driving without a license and county warrant for violation of probation and driving under the influence; a 38-year-old man was arrested and taken to jail on charges of public intoxication and fighting in public.
Friday, March 10
8:12am. A woman on Oakleaf Ave. reported she received a call saying she was going to get a free iPhone, but needed to pay $970 to cover fees, and she would be sued if she did not pay. RP sent multiple transactions for a total of $6,970; Western Union reported the money was being routed to Peru.
12:05pm. Occurred at Chablis Rd./Riesling Ln. “Everyone from the listed subdivision is missing packages.” Residents advised to pick up packages from the Post Office, extra patrol requested.
1:29pm. Vandalism reported in the restroom of Black Oak Coffee. Report taken.
2:40pm. Two-vehicle collision reported at Senior Center lot on East St. No injuries, airbags or children. Vehicles still on scene and blocking traffic. Dispatch advised the subject to begin exchanging information.
2:43pm. A woman reported $75,000 was taken from her account with Wells Fargo via identity theft.
5:41pm. A drunk driver was reported at Healdsburg Regional Library, and a 35-year-old woman was arrested on various charges and taken to county jail.
Sunday, March 11
1:28am. A robbery was reported at Hotel Vinea on Dry Creek Rd., when a woman said her husband came out of the bushes and stole her purse, wallet and BMW. A be-on-the-lookout was issued on the suspect.
9:18am. Battery was reported at Great Clips on Vine St. between a male and a female. Police responded and arrested a 41-year-old man on domestic violence charges and an out-of-county warrant. He was taken to county jail.
8pm. A man reported a female gained access into his apartment on East St., and broke his refrigerator door. A 47-year-old woman was arrested for possession of methamphetamines and outstanding Lake County warrants, and transported to county jail.
10:44pm. RP stated a knife was pulled on security at a Plaza St. establishment, and a 27-year-old man was arrested for brandishing a deadly weapon and public intoxication, and taken to county jail.