Following are log entries provided by the Twin Cities Police for the week of June 13-19. Arrests do not necessarily equate to convictions.
• Less than week after a Kentfield woman's bicycle was stolen, her sharp-eyed husband found the bike and called Twin Cities Police.
The woman reported on Friday, June 15, that while her bike was parked and locked near Peet's in the Bon Air Shopping Center, someone hammered the lock off and stole her Giant TCR-AW silver and gray colored women's 18 speed road bike, valued at $1,200. A Grand Theft report was taken and the bicycle was entered into the Automated Property System.
The case was solved a few days later when her husband was at Trader Joe's and spotted a man with his wife's bike. Twin Cities Police officers contacted a homeless man who was in possession of the stolen bicycle. It was recovered and released to the owner. A report was taken and will be forwarded to the Marin County District Attorney’s Office.
• A San Rafael resident reported she was sitting in her vehicle in the parking lot at the Village Shopping Center when a male subject came up to the front of her vehicle and flashed his genitals at her. She reported the subject then went and sat on the hood of a nearby vehicle.
Another subject then came out from one of the business, both subjects got into the vehicle, and they left onto Redwood Highway. Officers located the vehicle and conducted a traffic stop. Officers contacted a Washington State resident and a Richmond resident. The Richmond man said he was urinating in the lot and didn't realize the woman was looking. After it was determined that victim did not wish to press any charges, the Richmond man was issued a citation for Driving on a Suspended License.
• A resident of the 500 block of Tamalpais Drive reported an employee was hanging out at his residence and they got into an altercation. The subject punched him in his chest and took his cell phone. The subject then left in a vehicle. The Officers checked the area for the subject and vehicle with negative results. It was determined that the victim did not want to press any charges. An informational report was taken for the theft and assault.
• A caller reported five juveniles jumped the fence at Neil Cummins Elementary School, 50 Mohawk Ave., across from the gym and into the school area. Officers responded and contacted four Corte Madera juvenile males who were on the roof of a building. They were released to a parent.
• A Ross resident reported that while he was at Redwood High School, his Rolex Sub Mariner watch was stolen. The watch has a silver band and is a metal watch with a black face. The loss is estimated at $7,500. A Grand Theft report was taken for documentation.
• After being notified by the San Rafael Police Department, based on an ongoing investigation in their jurisdiction, which is also being investigated by the Marin County District Attorney’s Office, an Officer responded to a business in the Bon Air Shopping Center for the investigation of a non-sufficient funds check case. A Fraud report was taken and has been forwarded to the District Attorney’s Office for prosecution. There is also additional investigation pending.
• Officers responded to the Emporio Rulli Restaurant, located at 464 Magnolia Ave., on a report of an intoxicated female subject who was passed out. On arrival, the subject had left the restaurant. The subject was located nearby and a Larkspur woman was arrested for being Intoxicated in a Public Place. She was booked at the Marin County Jail.
• A Corte Madera resident reported his locked bicycle, a Cannonondale road bike, valued at $1,500, was stolen from the Golden Gate Ferry Terminal. Documentation was provided for the theft.
• A resident of the 500 building of Old Quarry Road North reported four tires, valued at approximately $1,200, taken from his carport. He advised two of his neighbors had witnessed the incident and has descriptions of the involved subjects and their vehicle. A report was taken to document the theft.
• A resident of the 10 block of Drakes Cove reported two vehicles were "racing" up the hill and provided descriptions of the involved vehicles. Officers located the vehicles and contacted two Greenbrae juvenile males and a Larkspur juvenile male. All three of the subjects were arrested for Possession of Tobacco, Possession of Marijuana and Minors in Possession of Alcohol. They were released to parents at the scene on Juvenile Citations.
• While on patrol in the 1500 block of Casa Buena Drive, a Twin Cities Police Officer located an unoccupied vehicle which had been reported as stolen to the San Rafael Police Department on February 20, 2012. The vehicle was not damaged, stripped or burned. The vehicle was removed from the Stolen Vehicle System and the owner and SRPD were notified.
• A resident of the 20 block of Windward Passage reported her husband received a phone call from a subject stating he won $2 million in a lottery and he would be coming to the residence to meet with him. An Officer responded to the residence and provided advice regarding the incident being a scam.
• A San Rafael resident reported his locked bicycle, a black Trek 4300 Mountain bike valued at $400, was taken from the bike rack in the Golden Gate Ferry Terminal. Documentation was provided for the theft.
• TCPA Officers responded to the Corte Madera Chevron Station, located in the Corte Madera Town Center, on a report by a Corte Madera resident that he had dropped a $20 bill and now the attendant is refusing to give it back. After contacting him and the gas station attendant, it was determined the money did not belong to the caller. However, it was determined that the caller was on Probation with a Search Clause. During a search of the subject’s vehicle, Officers located drug residue which he admitted was cocaine. During the investigation the subject also admitted he had more cocaine at his residence. He was detained and transported to his residence in the 10 block of Key Largo Course. Upon searching the residence, Officers located drug paraphernalia. A Corte Madera man was arrested for Possession of Narcotics Paraphernalia and Violation of Probation. He was booked into the Marin County jail.
• A resident of the 10 block of Rocklyn Court reported she returned home after being away for several days and found a broken window at her residence. It was determined that cash and an iPod were taken. A Residential Burglary report was taken.
• Pursuant to a traffic stop in the area of Madera del Presidio and Wildflower Drive, it was determined the juvenile driver was under the influence of alcohol. A Corte Madera juvenile male was arrested for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol and was released on a citation to his parents.
• Pursuant to a traffic stop in the area of Meadowood Drive and Chanticleer Avenue, the driver of the vehicle was determined to be driving under the influence. A Greenbrae man was arrested for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol and was booked into the Marin County Jail.
• A resident of the 400 block of Oakdale Avenue reported he is the victim of an identity theft. A Fraud report taken and there is follow-up pending.
• A resident of the 1100 block of Meadowcrest Drive reported she noticed yesterday a front window on her residence has been shattered. The cause for the broken window was not determined. The perimeter of the residence was checked with negative results. Documentation was provided for the vandalism.
• A resident of the 90 block of Via La Cumbre reported someone has used her debit card number to make online purchases and sign her up for "clubs" which require future commitments. She has contacted the bank and they are sending her a new card. Total loss so far is under $30. A Fraud report taken and there is possible follow-up investigation pending.
During this one week time period, Twin Cities Police had 313 calls for service. This included three calls related to property damage only accidents. There was one residential burglary. There were two calls related to Driving while Intoxicated, resulting in two arrests.