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TCPD Log August 10-16: Female Cyclist Allegedly Attacks Man

Twin Cities Police respond to calls regarding vandalism, thefts, DUI

A caller reported that she had just seen a woman on a bicycle, who was with a child on a scooter, hit a man over the head with a bottle and the man now seemed to be injured but had left the area. A Corte Madera woman was located and was uncooperative. She was arrested for Being Intoxicated in a Public Place and booked into the Marin County Jail. The child was turned over to a grandparent. The identity of the male subject was determined and he was contacted by telephone, but was also uncooperative.

A resident of the 200 block of Willow Avenue reported that sometime during the night, someone had thrown a rock at his vehicle causing damage. Documentation was provided for the vandalism.

A resident of the 500 block of Via Casitas reported that her sterling silver flatware and serving pieces, which she believed had been in her vehicle, are now missing and she was referred to the Police Department to make a report by her insurance company. There were no signs of forced entry to the vehicle. Documentation for the possible theft wasprovided.

Pursuant to being located during a traffic stop in the 20 block of Madera Boulevard, a Guerneville woman was arrested for possession of Marijuana in a vehicle and released on a citation.

A resident of the 200 block of Via Casitas reported that someone had “keyed” her vehicle during the night and the previous week, feces had been spread across the bumper. She advised that she believes a neighbor with whom she has a longstanding dispute is involved. Documentation of the vandalism was provided.

While on patrol, a TCPD Unit was flagged down by a Village Shopping Center Security Officer who pointed out a vehicle which was possibly connected to two other subjects who were currently in the Banana Republic store possibly shoplifting. The subjects in the vehicle were contacted. The driver, a San Francisco woman, was arrested for Providinga False Name to a Police Officer and Driving on a Suspended Driver’s License and was booked into the Marin County Jail. A second subject, also a San Francisco woman, was arrested for Providing a False Name to a Police Officer and was released on a citation.

A resident of the 300 block of Oakdale Avenue reported that she received a call from a person stating that they were from “Publisher’s Clearing House” and that she had won “Ten million dollars” or “One hundred thousand dollars a week for life”, but that she would need to secure the winnings by sending them $4,235 via Western Union. She was aware this is a scam and did not send them any money. Documentation was made for the incident.

A resident in the 10 block of Flying Cloud Course reported that the front door of her residence had been egged. The incident was unwitnessed.

A Corte Madera resident reported that while she was driving on Golden Hind Passage in the area of Paradise Drive, eggs were thrown at her vehicle from a passing vehicle. The area was checked for the vehicle and subjects with negative results. Documentation of the vandalism was provided.

Graffiti vandalism was located in the Town of Corte Madera Corporation Yard. 

A business in the 100 block of East Sir Francis Drake Boulevard reported that an attempt was made to use one of their credit card numbers in the Los Angeles area. The transaction had been denied and there was no loss. It is unknown how the credit card number was compromised. Documentation for the attempted fraud was provided.

A Greenbrae resident reported that while his vehicle was parked in the 500 block of Magnolia Avenue, in the area of the Lark Theatre, his black and white 20 speed Cannondale Lefty mountain bike, valued at $600, was stolen from the bike rack on the vehicle. The theft was not witnessed.

A San Jose resident reported that he had just discovered that his credit card number was fraudulently used at the Apple Store in the Village Shopping Center for a $1,730 purchase. He is still in possession of the credit card and the fraud was confirmed by VISA Security. He was referred to the San Jose Police Department to make a Fraud and Identity Theft report.

A San Rafael resident reported that after she had made a $4,500 withdrawal at the Wells Fargo Bank located in the Bon Air Shopping Center, she was approached by two large men who robbed her of the money by grabbing her purse and then took the envelope of money out as she was walking back to her vehicle. A report was pending and there is further investigation pending.

Pursuant to being contacted at the Marin Suites at 45 Tamal Vista Blvd., a San Rafael man was arrested for Violation of Probation and Possession of Hypodermic Needles and was booked into the Marin County Jail. A San Rafael woman was also arrested for Possession of Narcotics Paraphernalia and was released on a citation.

A resident in the 100 block of Mariner Green Drive reported that she had just located her vehicle’s license plate, which she had reported as stolen to TCPD on August 8, 2011, on a vehicle parked around the corner from her residence. It was determined that someone had placed her license plate on the other vehicle when they had stolen that vehicle’s license plate. A theft report was taken and the license plate was entered into the Stolen Vehicle System.

Pursuant to a traffic stop in the area of Tamalpais Drive and Pixley Avenue, a Kentfield man was arrested for Possession of Marijuana in a Vehicle and released on a citation.

Pursuant to a traffic stop in the area of 10 Fifer Avenue, a Mill Valley man was arrested for Driving While Under the Influence of Alcohol. He was booked into the Marin County Jail. A cab was called to transport a passenger in the vehicle.

A resident in the 80 block of Frances Avenue reported that a neighbor had come to her and reported that his cousin was “tearing up the house” and requested she call the police. A San Rafael man was arrested for Being Intoxicated in a Public Place and booked into the Marin County Jail.

A resident in the 10 block of Crystal Creek Drive reported that during a party at her residence the previous evening, a 17-inch Macbook Pro laptop computer, an iPod Nano and a camera were taken. Total loss is unknown. A Grand Theft report was taken.

A Sacramento resident reported that while her vehicle was parked in the Corte Madera Town Center, her driver’s side mirror was stolen. 

Pursuant to responding to a report of a disturbance in the 200 block of Morningside Drive, a Novato woman was located in a vehicle and arrested for Possession of Narcotics Paraphernalia. She was released on a citation.

While on patrol, a TCPD Officer located graffiti vandalism at Corte Madera Town Park Skate Park. 

A resident of the 500 block of Old Quarry Road North reported that her vehicle had been broken into via a window being smashed. A camera valued at $500 was taken. An Auto Burglary report was taken.

Another resident in the 500 block of Old Quarry Road North reported that his company vehicle was stolen from the building’s garage during the night. An Auto Theft report was taken and the vehicle was entered into the Stolen Vehicle System.

Officers responded to the 200 block of Old Quarry Road North at the request of the Novato Police Department in an attempt to locate a subject wanted for Domestic Violence. The subject was located and taken into custody. He was booked at the Marin County Jail.

A Security Officer for the Village Shopping Center reported a vehicle which had been parked in the lot for approximately six days. The vehicle was determined to have been stolen from Castaic in the end of June. The Santa Clarita Sheriff’s Office was notified and the vehicle was removed from the Stolen Vehicle System.

A Larkspur resident reported that he had discovered black spray paint graffiti vandalism in the bathrooms at Doliver Park.

Pursuant to a traffic stop southbound on US 101 at the Blithedale off-ramp, a San Rafael woman was arrested for Driving While Under the Influence of Alcohol. She was booked at the Marin County Jail.

A resident of the 10 block of Via Belardo reported that their stroller was stolen from the carport.

During this one week time period, Twin Cities Police had 311 calls for service. This included two calls related to accidents with minor injuries, three hit and run accidents and 6 property damage only accidents. There was one auto burglary. There were four calls related to Driving while Intoxicated, resulting in two arrests.

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