The Twin Cities Police reported a busy Labor Day weekend, with investigations into two commercial burglaries, an auto burglary and an assault. The TCPD also received a strange report of a man performing a lewd act while riding his bicycle.
The following reports were provided by the Twin Cities Police.
Sunday, Sept. 2
• A juvenile female subject reported to the Twin Cities Police at 9 p.m. that she and several of her friends were the victims of an assault. The Corte Madera Fire Department responded for a medical check-out of several subjects. Twin Cities Police were unable to determine the primary aggressor due to conflicting statements from witnesses. The parents of all the involved juveniles were contacted.
• The property manager for a medical building on South Eliseo Drive reported at 6 p.m. the cleaning staff just discovered two suites had been broken into.
Saturday, Sept. 1
• A female walking along Meadowsweet Drive around 9 a.m. reported that a male rode by on a bicycle while masturbating. The man was last seen on Meadowsweet. The area was checked, but the subject was gone on arrival.
• Twin Cities Police received a report at 5:42 p.m. of two subjects sitting in a car on Larkspur Landing Circle smoking something on foil. Officers checked the area and the vehicle was not located.
Friday, August 31
• Jeremy Miller, 34, of Corte Madera was cited and released for possession of narcotics paraphernalia after his car was towed at 5 a.m. from the area of Chapman Drive and Oakdale Avenue for having expired registration tags.
• Twin Cities Police received a report of an auto burglary in the Town Center shopping center. The vehicle owner reported that sometime between 8:50 p.m. and 9:10 p.m., the driver’s side window was smashed and a backpack with a laptop was taken. The approximate loss is reportedly $2,500.
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