Police sign
STATION SIGN Close-up of the signage on the building at 328 Center St., the Healdsburg Police Station.

Monday, May 13

2:31pm Three people at the Flyers station on Healdsburg Avenue were asked to leave the property. The Reporting Party (RP) declined to file a no-trespassing letter, but wanted the people to move along. Officers responded and did not find anyone.

3:27pm The RP on Spruce Way stated her catalytic converter was stolen from her vehicle a few months ago. She has since had the vehicle repaired. At the beginning of April, she discovered that the catalytic converter was stolen again. For health reasons, she waited to report the second theft to the police until May 13.

Tuesday, May 14

11:29am A man in front of the main entrance to Safeway on Vine Street was loitering and playing music. The RP, security at the store, asked the man to leave, but he refused. Officers responded and the man agreed to move along.

4:36pm The RP indicated his vehicle at Railroad Park on Front Street was damaged, perhaps from an attempted theft of the catalytic converter. The RP wanted the issue documented.

9:55pm A vehicle that exited Highway 101 on Lytton Springs Road was reportedly driving without using headlights and straddling both lanes. Officers responded, but the vehicle was gone on arrival and unable to be located.

Wednesday, May 15

3:36pm A weapon violation occurred at Empire Mini Storage on Grove Street. Officers responded. A 55-year-old (YO) man was arrested for being a felon in possession of ammunition, possession of armor-piercing bullets, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of methamphetamine, and misuse of vehicle registration documents and license. He was transferred to county jail.

5:58pm A 71-YO woman on Adeline Way was arrested for corporal injury to a spouse and false imprisonment. The woman was taken to county jail.

Thursday, May 16

11:21am A vehicle was stopped on Healdsburg Avenue at Parkland Farms Boulevard for running a red light. A 24-YO woman was cited on an outstanding Sonoma County warrant regarding possession of drug paraphernalia.

4:16pm The RP at Big John’s Market on Healdsburg Avenue reported a shoplifter on the patio. Officers cited a 31-YO woman for petty theft.

Friday, May 17

8:06am A man on Dry Creek Road at Plank Coffee asked patrons to make purchases for him. When asked to stop soliciting, the man was verbally aggressive. He then left. The RP was advised to call back if the man returned. The RP was willing to file trespassing paperwork against the man.

11:04am An irate customer at Silveira Buick GMC Inc. on Healdsburg Avenue threatened to put the dealership “on national news” over an issue with the DMV. The person subsequently left. An officer took a report.

2:37pm Two women were fighting in their room at Calderwood Inn on West Grant Street. Officers responded and arrested a 40-YO woman for corporal injury to a spouse or cohabitant. She was taken to county jail.

3:07pm A social worker from Healdsburg General Hospital on University Avenue reported that a man required stitches due to his wife throwing a phone at him while he was driving. Officers arrived and confirmed the incident occurred on Highway 101, 20 minutes north of Healdsburg. The issue was transferred to California Highway Patrol.

Saturday, May 18

12:19pm Protesters blocked approximately 60 guests from entering an event at Hotel Healdsburg on Matheson Street. Officers responded and resolved the issue.

8:22pm The RP, Wine Festival security, indicated that three men with open containers of alcohol exited a vehicle on North Street at Foss Street. Officers responded, but the men were gone on arrival and unable to be located.

Sunday, May 19

7:30am The RP on Tulip Court stated that someone broke into one of his toolboxes. Nothing was taken, however approximately $300 of damage was caused to the toolbox. An officer responded and took a report.

7:31am The RP at Big John’s Market on Healdsburg Avenue stated a theft occurred on May 16, 2024. A person came in and took beer and food from the hot bar totaling $30.08. An officer responded and took a report.

7:32am The RP at Big John’s Market on Healdsburg Avenue indicated a theft occurred on May 17, 2024. A person took food from the hot bar and two sodas totaling $18.06. An officer responded and took a report.

11:15am The RP indicated that her colleague living on March Avenue was in a domestic dispute with her partner. She was punched in the face and suffered a black eye. An officer responded. A 25-YO man was arrested and transported to county jail for corporal injury to a cohabitant. An emergency protective order was granted.

11:47am The RP indicated that his welder, worth approximately $400, was stolen out of his truck on Philip Drive. An officer responded and took a report.

12:55pm Vandalism occurred at Healdsburg Beer Company on Stirrup Loop. The RP indicated that someone tried to steal the Tesla charger, which was now inoperable. An officer responded and provided an incident number.

3:07pm A bike worth approximately $500 was stolen from the RP’s driveway on Powell Avenue. An officer responded, leaving the RP a voicemail.

3:47pm Graffiti was reported on the bridge by the Foss Creek path near Carson Warner Skate Park on Grove Street.

Compiled by Carolyn Brenner

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