Category Archives: Sheriff’s Logs

West Marin Sheriff’s Logs

Monday April 20

Point Reyes Station 11:56 a.m. Parent called to request advice about their son’s truancy.

Inverness 3:27 p.m. Reporting party called to report a homeless encampment.

Stinson Beach 11:34 p.m. Reporting party stated that there were five individuals making loud noises and setting up camp on the beach. Deputies advised campers to move to a more secluded spot to avoid disturbing neighbors.

Tuesday April 21

Stinson Beach 12:09 a.m. Man called to report that two individuals in a van that he had reported earlier were now in front of his house. Man in van arrested and booked for public drunkenness.

Wednesday April 22

Tomales 8:35 a.m. A man called the 911 dispatcher to ask to speak with a deputy. Man states that he was admiring the view overlooking the ocean when someone drove by and told him he was in a no parking zone. Man is seeking clarity in local parking regulations.

Forest Knolls 3:59 p.m. Reporting party called to state that their caregiver had used their ATM without their permission.

Bolinas 4:49 p.m. An employee called to report that one of their customers had come into the store to report that the employee’s front window had been smashed in.

Point Reyes Station 5:28 p.m. A woman called to report that she got out of the shower yesterday and found an unmarked bottle of heart medication in her medicine cabinet. Woman does know where the medication came from and just wanted to let deputies know what was going on.

Thursday April 23

Inverness 11:24 a.m. Reporting party stated that there was a homeless encampment in the area.

Point Reyes Station 12:36 p.m. Reporting party stated that they had received a phone call requesting that they send money to caller. Concerned individual did not send money and was informed that there many calls like this one making their rounds through the community.

Olema 7:37 p.m. A grey Tesla hit a deer. Car was totaled and deer did not make it.

Inverness Park 11:32 p.m. Callers teenage son has a 10:00 p.m. curfew per juvenile probation and has not been seen since 6:00 a.m. this morning when he left for work.

Friday April 24

Stinson Beach 12:43 a.m. A complaint came in of a loud party in the area. Nothing found upon investigation.

Inverness 12:27 p.m. A vehicle was towed because it was blocking the roadway.

Saturday April 25

Point Reyes Station 11:28 a.m. A woman called to get advice regarding her neighbor.

Lagunitas 9:31 p.m. A woman called to report that a man in his 30’s with a black beard and baseball cap was hiding behind bushes and telephone poles and generally acting strange.

Stinson Beach 10:56 p.m. A teacher called to report that they and their 70 students were locked inside a parking lot. Class was able to escape around locked gate.

Sunday April 26

Dillon Beach 10:02 a.m. A female campground employee reported that she was by the exit of the campground when she was shoved to the ground by another woman to avoid having to pay campground fee. Woman fled the scene with another vehicle also avoiding fee’s right behind her.

Bolinas 2:10 p.m. A specialized ‘Myka’ bike was reported stolen. Bike valued at $600.

Stinson Beach 8:17 p.m. A landlord called to report that a tenant they are actively evicting was playing loud music for several hours and that they didn’t want to have to address the situation. Deputy at scene deemed music not to be in violation of noise ordinances.




West Marin Sheriff’s Logs

Monday March 16

Point Reyes Station 6:01 p.m. Woman reported that another woman had thrown a rock at her while she was volunteering at a local event. Incident happened on March 14th and reporting party had no other contact with the alleged rock thrower.

Point Reyes Station 6:37 p.m. A man reported that another man had slapped him in the face. Investigating deputies found man to be extremely drunk and unable to describe what happened to him. Man advised to call back when he was sober to better complete his report.

Tuesday March 17

Bolinas 12:17 p.m. Landlord reported an ongoing issue with on their tenants.

Stinson Beach 7:10 p.m. Reporting parties 16 yr-old son was reportedly trashing the house. Son has mental health issues but is taking his medications. Situation abated before deputies could respond.

Wednesday March 18

Stinson Beach 8:17 p.m. Son called to report that his mom had attacked him. Son stated that he was okay for now and waiting to hear from his therapist to learn some new strategies in interacting with his mom.

Thursday March 19

Tomales 9:28 a.m. A found cell phone was turned over to the fire department.

Bolinas 10:27 a.m. A man reported that he had received a bill for over $50 from a credit card account that he does not use.

Bolinas 11:00 a.m. Deputies went to serve papers to a woman at local address. Person at address stated that woman has not lived at this address for several years.

Bolinas 1:15 p.m. A naked elderly woman was reportedly throwing rocks at surfers near the ‘patch’. Woman was taken into custody as a danger to herself and/or others.

Bolinas 4:56 p.m. A woman reported that she lost her gold Prada wallet containing credit cards, driver’s license and cash at a local farm stand.

Tomales 6:37 p.m. A man tried to leave his rental property but was unable to because his neighbor was blocking him in. Neighbor’s actions were apparently purposeful and intended to address man’s habit of driving dangerously around neighbors off leash dog.

Friday March 20

Dillon Beach 9:00 a.m. Reporting party stated that they were approached by a man in a car that morning. Car didn’t have its lights on and man inside car began asking the person walking for their name and address. Man in car stated that they were part of neighborhood watch but reporting party stated that they felt they were suspicious.

Stinson Beach 11:55 a.m. A proprietor of a local establishment called to state that their neighbor was blasting loud music and had been harassing their customers.

Point Reyes Station 5:16 p.m. A man reportedly began yelling obscenities at the Wells Fargo in town. Man was contacted by deputies and advised to not return to bank.

Saturday March 21

Bolinas 2:49 a.m. Neighbor reported that the people next door were being loud in their hot tub.

Olema 5:42 p.m. Deputies reported to the scene of two people falling from Arch Rock. Coroner contacted after one of the hikers reportedly died in fall.

Sunday March 22

Stinson Beach 1:09 p.m. A woman reported that she was having an ongoing issue with the church of Scientology. Woman states that her car has been vandalized and crushed beer bottles left on her porch. Woman went on to state that she had already contacted the FBI regarding her concerns. Deputies advised her to get a security camera.

Bolinas 4:58 p.m. A report came in of 4-5 juveniles around 11 years old were riding around on dirt bikes.



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Monday March 2

Bolinas 3:20 p.m. Landlord reported that a woman who had been given a notice to quit their property was back at the house. Deputies confirmed that judge had given tenant till 3/20 to make her move.

Point Reyes Station 7:36 p.m. Woman called to update deputies on report she had filed the previous week regarding some fraudulent charges.

Forest Knolls 9:17 p.m. Dad had knee surgery in December and had asked his adult son to move in to help with day-to-day activities. Dad states that he tried to leave the house to go to an AA meeting and his son refused to let him go. Dad given information on how to evict son from his home.

Bolinas 11:54 p.m. Woman called to complain about a neighbor running her washing machine at night.


Tuesday March 3

Stinson Beach 7:07 a.m. Two separate reports came in regarding a subject who was intoxicated and stumbling around the area.

Point Reyes Station 8:36 a.m. Reporting party stated that a man had come into their store and threatened their life. Subject states they believe man might have been under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Subject given advice on how to obtain a restraining order.


Wednesday March 4


Thursday March 5

Bolinas 7:59 p.m. Reporting party stated that there was a couple sleeping in a camper near their home. They would like them moved along.

Bolinas 10:06 a.m. Reporting party stated that there were three people living in a camper and cooking something over a propane stove and they were concerned about a potential fire risk. Deputy encountered three people making coffee over a contained flame. Coffee drinkers had stopped to enjoy the scenery and were not camping in area.

Bolinas 4:37 p.m. Man called to report that his houseguest had been drinking heavily and he was concerned she may get physical with him. Man wanted a deputy to mediate the situation before it got out of hand.


Friday March 6

Marshall 2:34 p.m. Reporting party states that someone stole insurance paperwork from their home.

Point Reyes Station 3:25 p.m. Local proprietor reported that a man owes them $180 and is refusing to pay. Deputies stated they would call man and advise him to pay his bill.


Saturday March 7

Bolinas 11:01 a.m. A woman called to report that a group of men in their 20’s had been yelling inappropriate things at her. She went on to say that this has been an ongoing issue for the past 15-20 years. She reported that the group of men were in the laundromat with her but didn’t say anything to her directly but that she felt intimidated nonetheless.

Bolinas 11:36 a.m. Deputies reported that after investigating earlier report of unpaid bill, they confirmed that suspect had fraudulently used account of local company on five separate occasions and ran up a bill for $180. A report for petty theft was subsequently filed.

Inverness 1:21 p.m. A concerned reader stated that there were many cars parked illegally around the boat launch. They alleged that they had read in this very same publication that this was no longer going to be allowed.

Bolinas 3:56 p.m. Multiple reports came in regarding potential parking violations in town.

Bolinas 7:32 p.m. Man called to report that they were becoming increasingly concerned about their neighbors erratic behavior.

Nicasio 10:06 p.m. Man called to report that he had found a IPad on the side of the road and wanted to know what to do with it.


Sunday March 8

Bolinas 11:32 a.m. A man and woman were reportedly in a physical altercation. Deputies were unable to locate dueling couple.

Bolinas 3:18 p.m. Reporting party stated that an older, apparently mentally unstable, woman was throwing small rocks at passers by.



West Marin Sheriff’s Logs


Monday February 2

Marshall 7:47 p.m. Man called to report that a woman was calling him repeatedly accusing him of being involved in a hit and run. Man reportedly does not know what woman is talking about and thought that the whole thing was rather odd.

Bolinas 11:32 p.m. Woman called to report that she had given an eviction notice to her roommate and now was concerned about the vibe at home.

Tuesday February 3

Bolinas 9:28 a.m. Man called to report his concerns regarding a friend of his. Man believes she was drinking last night and possibly again this morning. Woman is reportedly now driving around town.

Point Reyes Station 11:39 a.m. Rancher reported that one of their cows was grazed by a bullet sometime last week.

Lagunitas 12:13 p.m. Landlord reported that they had served an eviction notice the other day and now was receiving threats from that person.

Nicasio 5:33 p.m. Woman reported that she had just committed a hit and run and now was being pursued by three motorcyclists. Call transferred to CHP.

Wednesday February 4

Woodacre 3:48 p.m. Woman called to report that there was some barbed wire on the ground in front of her driveway. Woman believed that someone had done this on purpose. Woman was advised to cut up the wire and throw it in her garbage/

Thursday February 5

Nicasio 6:32 a.m. A motorist reported that a young man jumped in front of their vehicle and yelled at them. Car and owner were near the Metallica ‘compound’. Man was found by deputies and quickly released as no crime was committed.

Point Reyes Station 9:43 a.m. A man was placed on an involuntary hold for being a danger to himself and/or others.

Point Reyes Station 11:28 a.m. A woman called to state that she was trying to report a hit and run to CHP and that they had hung up on her before she could make her report.

Point Reyes Station 12:01 p.m. A woman was being hostile and disruptive in waiting room. Woman was reportedly using profanities and left on her own accord. Caller instructed to call deputies back if she returned.

Lagunitas 10:11 p.m. Reporting parties son stated that he saw two ‘meth heads’ in the bushes with a metal pipe. Deputies unable to locate alleged drug abusing duo.

Friday February 6

Stinson Beach 2:10 p.m. Woman called to report that she was concerned about her husband’s welfare. Husband had gone to their weekend home and reported that there was an unknown vehicle parked in their driveway. Husband stated he would call her back after investigating. Woman had yet to hear back from him.

Woodacre 2:24 p.m. Dispatcher received a call on 911 line from someone who hung up immediately. Dispatcher could hear child screaming in the background. Deputies went to address and mom told them that one of her children had fallen and her other child called 911 in a panic. Woman was slurring her words and subsequently arrested for child endangerment.

Forest Knolls 3:10 p.m. Granddad called deputies after he tried to pick up his grandchild per the terms of court ordered visitation policy. Mom, who allegedly has mental health issues, was refusing to abide by order. Mom retained custody of child until further notice.

Lagunitas 5:12 p.m. A man trying to update his Equifax account with credit alerts became suspicious that credit protection option was possibly a scam. Extremely cautious man was advised to contact the company directly.

Saturday February 7

Point Reyes Station 8:26 a.m. Woman called 911 and refused to tell dispatcher why she was calling. Deputy answered her call and found out that someone may have intentionally bent the callers windshield wipers while she was parked at the Market. Woman had fixed her wipers but wanted deputy to know what had happened.

Bolinas 12:32 p.m. Reporting party stated that another person had pushed them and now was outside their residence. Alleged ‘pusher’ was cited for battery.

Bolinas 7:13 p.m. Renter stated that there was a discrepancy between what they had paid landlord for deposit and last month’s rent and wanted advice on how to address issue.

Sunday February 8

Inverness 7:48 p.m. Reporting party stated that there was a dog barking in the vicinity for the past few hours.


West Marin Sheriff’s Logs


Monday January 12

Marshall 4:40 pm Party called dispatcher to get a report number for a boat accident that occurred last week.


Tuesday January 13

Marshall 11:53 am A school bus driver found 6 rounds of .22 caliber rifle bullets on the floor of his bus. He had just dropped off 38 kids at a central location with 200 already waiting kids. Juvenile was located and sent home for the day.


Wednesday January 14

Dillon Beach 10:39 am Man called deputies because his next door neighbor had workers completing masonry work and was concerned about debris and dust getting into his house.

Woodacre 12:49 pm Woman seeking advice about a restraining order that the father of her son has filed against her.

Woodacre 2:21 pm Reporting party stated that the stove in the living room was causing the upstairs to fill with smoke.

Point Reyes Station 4:27 pm Bus driver found a wallet on his bus and turned it in to the sheriff’s office.

Point Reyes Station 4:45 pm Storeowner reported that a white male in his 60’s with quality taste had just stolen a bottle of wine. Total loss estimated at $35.

Bolinas 10:50 pm Deputies warned the owner of a barking dog about ongoing complaints regarding the vocal canine.


Thursday January 15

Tomales 1:44 pm A woman called deputies to report that there was a real estate agent on her property who wouldn’t leave. Real estate agent called deputies at the same time to tell to other side of the story.

Bolinas 3:24 pm Home owner reported that a boarded up window in their house was broken through and alcohol stolen. Window had been broken during previous similar incident two weeks ago. Approximately $150 worth of alcohol stolen.

Point Reyes Station 4:02 pm Storeowner reported that the same man who had stolen a bottle of wine yesterday was back in the store. Caller advised to call dispatch back if man leaves.

Point Reyes Station 4:23 pm A registered nurse called deputies to report that a client had made statements alluding to suicide. Woman apparently was not happy with a medication she was taking that could not being refilled until tomorrow.


Friday January 16

Point Reyes Station 8:24 am Man called deputies to report that his ex was at his house to pick up their daughter in violation of their custody order. Deputy checked in on custody order and verified it was a temporary order without mention of specific drop off and pick up times. Parents advised to agree on visitation schedule and confirm through their respective attorneys.

Stinson Beach 10:56 am Man called deputies to report that he thought that there were Canadians illegally camping in the area.

Tomales 12:11 pm Woman called deputies after receiving a notice from a collection agency for an account she was unaware of. Woman checked her credit report and found four fraudulent credit cards and five AT&T accounts opened in her name. Report given to woman to address identity theft issues.

Nicasio 1:35 pm Man called to ask about regulations around shooting off firearms on his property.

Nicasio 2:30 pm In an unrelated incident, a man called to report shots fired in the vicinity of his home.

Bolinas 2:50 pm A man called to report that a man he knows had asked him for money at Smiley’s and became angry when man refused. Deputies checked into the incident and confirmed that ‘angry’ man was only joking around.

Inverness Park 3:47 pm A dad called to report that he was having a problem with his grown daughter. Deputies reported to the scene and reported, that “situation mediated between wonderful daughter and great old man.” Clearly, no love lost between any of the parties involved.

Woodacre 6:14 pm Deputies received word regarding the traffic death of a local resident and had the woeful task of contacting the deceased woman’s mother to inform her of the tragic event.

Lagunitas 7:49 pm Reporting party called deputies to report that the driver of a large truck was throwing rocks at their vehicle.

Point Reyes Station 8:53 pm Woman called deputies to report that her ex-husband had stolen $2000 from her home. She then found him down by the creek, where he reportedly was high on prescription pain medicine.

Saturday January 17

Nicasio 12:46 pm Reporting party stated that someone drove through a fence and onto a field, damaging the property. Off roader allegedly took down some signs during his trek and left behind a broken taillight.

Inverness Park 2:47 pm Woman called deputies to report that either an animal or a person had carved something into her deck. Carving looks to spell out “Lopez”. No word on which local critter might have the penmanship abilities, or the opposable thumbs, to pull off random act of vandalism.

Stinson Beach 10:44 pm Reporting party’s brother is drunk and lying on the roof of a restaurant. Reporting party states that yesterday brother had alluded to being suicidal. Brother arrested for being drunk in public.


Sunday January 18

Dillon Beach 8:34 am Reporting party called to report that ten campers had been yelling threats at other campers when they were asked to quiet down. Party of ten were up until 4:00 am partying and it seemed like they were ready to get start again. Subjects asked to leave.

Inverness Park 4:45 pm Reporting party stated that they found a cell phone in the road and are waiting for its owner to call. They stated that if they didn’t hear from them soon they would drop it off at deputy station.




West Marin Sheriff’s Logs



Monday January 5

Bolinas 3:04 am A silver truck was reported stuck in a drain culvert. Truck removed without incident.

Bolinas 8:54 am Landlord believes his tenant has abandoned his rental property after not paying rent for several months, and not being seen by anyone for over a week.

Woodacre 9:00 am Residents report coper pipe stolen from exterior of house.

Point Reyes Station 12:25 pm Man reports that someone has broken into his bike storage container. Bikes were strewn around the property but none were reported stolen.

Nicasio 3:30 pm Subject was placed on a psychiatric hold for being a danger to themselves and/or others.

Bolinas 10:55 pm Reporting party stated that a neighbor, who is allegedly unstable, was ignoring their dog, who had been barking for the past 30 minutes. Deputies found the dog outside of owners house and owner asleep.


Tuesday January 6

Point Reyes Station 8:44 am Report filed for stolen laptop.

Inverness 10:17 am Homeowner hired people found on Craigslist to do work on their home. Homeowner is now reporting a stolen comforter, antique kitchenware and some tools.

Forest Knolls 10:35 am Woman reported that she and her husband of several years were separating amicably. They still reside in the same residence in separate bedrooms. Her soon to be ex is sending her text messages threatening to abscond to Germany with the children.

Forest Knolls 11:20 am Caller is owner of local produce stand who reported having received a threatening letter. Letter did not explicitly threaten, but mostly complained about the high prices.

Tomales 1:11 pm Woman came home to find a strange message on her answering machine. When she called the number back a person stated they were from the IRS and started asking her personal and obscene questions. Woman does not believe the person actually works for the federal government.

Stinson Beach 4:53 pm Reporting party reports that elderly father has been threatening with a knife. Dad is calm now and caller was given information regarding local care facilities.

Forest Knolls 10:16 pm Reporting party states they have heard yelling coming from possible squatters. Caller also reports that squatters may have a campfire.


Wednesday January 7

Point Reyes Station 10:40 am Reporting party wanted to talk to a deputy about bringing in some ammunition, presumably for disposal.

Lagunitas 11:49 am Woman called to ask about guidelines for psychiatric holds. She is concerned for her friend who has both mental health and alcohol issues.

Bolinas 11:05 pm Reporting party called about neighbor’s barking dog. Deputies found dog locked outside and asked owner to bring it inside.


Thursday January 8

Point Reyes Station 1:49 pm Man reported that he had lost his wallet in the hardware store three days ago. Deputies contacted hardware store. No one had turned in a wallet..


Friday January 9

Point Reyes Station 12:22 pm Dad called deputies to report concern for his son whom he last saw yesterday. Daughter confirmed she had skyped with her brother that morning but dad still wanted deputies to keep their eyes open for him.

Bolinas 1:56 pm Woman called deputies to report she has been trying to serve her ex-husband papers for several months without success. She is very frustrated and wanted to have his cell phone pinged. Deputies explained this is not a service they are able to provide.

Woodacre 8:37 pm Mom called to report she has some concerns after speaking with her ten year old son who was spending nights at his doctor’s house. Deputies investigated and reported that everything was fine.

Saturday January 10

Dillon Beach 1:43 am Caller reported a group of people releasing around 20 lanterns into the sky. Caller believes this could be a fire hazard.

Bolinas 2:30 pm Subject arrested and booked on an outstanding warrant.

Point Reyes Station 3:40 pm Reporting party concerned for a medically fragile friend who they hadn’t seen for over a week. Person was safe and stated that they just hadn’t wanted to talk the person who reported that they might be in trouble.

Point Reyes Station 8:17 pm Woman was having argument and was now having trouble breathing.


Sunday January 11

Woodacre 5:56 am Caller reported Christmas trees on fire in a nearby lot.

Woodacre 11:27 am A car was reportedly on fire after oil dripped on engine. Driver asked passerby to call 911 but fire extinguished itself in a few minutes.

Forest Knolls 11:11 pm A case was opened regarding a recently discovered corpse. Body transported to the coroner.


West Marin Sheriff’s Calls


Wednesday December 23

Marshall 10:11 a.m. Reporting party stated that they had received a message on their answering machine from someone claiming that they worked for the IRS and that they owed the IRS money. Reporting party was given the number for the Inspector General.

Bolinas 10:21 a.m. Neighbor called deputies and reported that their downstairs neighbor had been yelling at his child all night. Furthermore, they believed the child was being physically abused. Deputies spoke with child and dad and decided that there was no abuse occurring.

Woodacre 4:39 p.m. Mom called deputies after her son was contacted for mental health issues the night before but hadn’t been admitted for an evaluation. Son was contacted by deputies who stated he was fine. Mom is concerned due to there being a number of fire arms at the family house.

Forest Knolls 6:49 p.m. Man reported his IPhone was stolen from his unlocked car. When victim came back to his vehicle he smelled cigarette smoke lingering in the air. Deputies do not have a suspect.

Thursday December 24

Stinson Beach 12:22 a.m. Reporting party stated that their neighbor had driven their car into their water main.

Woodacre 8:11 a.m. A man fell unconscious and subsequently passed away. Death was expected and coroner filled out appropriate paperwork.

Point Reyes Station 2:17 p.m. A subject was arrested and booked on a no bail warrant.

Forest Knolls 6:51 p.m. Dad called to report that he believed the mother of his child was meeting with their son in violation of an established restraining order.

Forest Knolls 7:42 p.m. Mom called to report that she believed her autistic son was in danger. Line went dead as call was dropped. Investigating deputies ascertained that son was fine, mom has a history of mental illness and also a restraining order in place to keep her away from her son.

Friday December 25

Forest Knolls 10:47 a.m. Mom and dad have been separated for six years. Dad came to mom’s house on Christmas morning and suffers from mental illness. Dad paced back and forth in front of house until he found out deputies were on their way.

Lagunitas 8:58 p.m. Residents reported two explosions in quick succession. Deputies believe the sounds heard were most likely M-80’s.

Inverness 9:31 p.m. Woman reported that there was possibly a man in her front windows holding a flashlight.

Saturday December 26

Olema 11:36 a.m. Deputy observed a driver crossing over the solid white line for 40 feet and also going through a stop sign at 5 mph. Driver reportedly stated, “Oh okay, just give me the ticket.”

Marshall 12:13 p.m. Woman reported $300 in total charges on her credit card that she believed were made in fraud. Woman’s bank absorbed the fraudulent charges and woman asked for a police report confirming she believed funds were stolen.

Point Reyes Station 11:55 p.m. Reporting party stated that they heard two individuals fighting. Couple seemed to be under the influence. They told deputies they were done fighting for the night but didn’t want to drive home at this time because their brake lights were broken.

Sunday December 27

Point Reyes Station 7:48 p.m. A report came in of a person drunk in public.

Dillon Beach 7:49 p.m. Residents reported hearing what they believed to be three gunshots in the distance.


West Marin Sheriff’s Calls


December 17-22

Wednesday December 17

San Geronimo Valley 6:01 am Small rocks partially blocking SFD

San Geronimo Valley 11:22 am Driver stopped for false tabs, suspended license, no insurance and expired registration. Vehicle towed.

Nicasio 9:20 pm Subject has been kicked off property multiple times but returns. Is sitting in car and will not leave. Subject arrested and booked.

Nicasio 10:56 pm Transformer is on fire dropping sparks onto roadway. Transformer isolated, roadway open.

Point Reyes Station 12:52 pm Driver lost, other car stopped for U turn from right shoulder. 1/8 ounce of marijuana in center console with lighter and two pipes, marijuana card present.

Point Reyes Station 3:43 pm One black cow on side of road, several others were about to follow. A deputy corralled the cow with some help and the bovine is back to pasture which is part of the Genazzi Ranch. There is still a break in the fence which owner promised to fix.

Woodacre 6:18 pm Civil dispute. Reporting party believes owner of house made entry and took two checks written out a year ago. This is an on-going issue Deputy will attempt to contact land owner by email.

Thursday December 18

Nicasio 2:34 pm Tree down at blind turn with a line coming down that is 10 feet from touching ground. Top of the pole is sparking. Roadway cleared, lines are hanging well above it.

Nicasio 8:51 am CPA completed at Nicasio School. School staff advised that school would be dismissed at noon the following day for winter break. Advised parent about emergency communication.

Lagunitas School Road 9:17 am CPA completed at Lagunitas School. School to be dismissed at noon the next day. Deputy walked the campus and spoke with the school principal.

Lucas Valley 10:02 am CPA completed. Walked school campus, spoke with school staff.

Forest Knolls 2:00 pm Fraud reported. Someone accessed reporting party’s bank account. Reported loss $200-300.

Forest Knolls 4:07 pm Caller reports squatters on the property who had a propane tank and food delivered earlier. Squatters contacted and were cooperative. They have a court order allowing them to stay until 1-9-15, and are attempting to find new housing in Fairfax.

Point Reyes Station 5:35 pm Reporting party lost wallet at unknown location, possibly near Bovine Bakery. Bakery does not have it.


Friday December 19

Stinson Beach 10:55 am. Alarm went off on entry door. All secure, property manager says.

Stinson Beach 12:15 pm Landslide about 10 feet deep. on Bourne Fire Road covering both sides of road

Woodacre 2:14 pm Caller is staying at friend’s mothers house and believes someone was in the house while caller was at the market. Caller does not feel safe. Items have been moved. No forced entry noted, pillows and stuffed animals moved and baggie with meth scrapings and straw inside. Subject has PTSD and military background, works with explosives. It may be the brother who entered but caller is going to move out.


Saturday December 20

Point Reyes Station 1:28 pm Vehicle abatement. Honda with smashed front parked for 4 days, unknown owner. Sticker placed on front drivers side window. Vehicle has major damage.

Inverness Park 5:22 am Subject parked on private road. Vehicle is now unoccupied but caller heard voices heard earlier.

Nicasio 9:29 am Former employee who was arrested the previous night for trespassing is back close to property and is on foot in Lucas Valley towards Big Rock. Subject was cuffed and double locked, transported to Cheda’s where his car had been towed.

Bolinas 12:00 pm Deer hit by car near hardware store on Olema-Bolinas Road and is still alive, trying to get up but keeps falling down. Humane Society notified.


Sunday December 21

Inverness Park 8:29 am Reporting party heard someone attempt to open her front door, saw a motion activated light on in carport. Heard loud noises. Deputy found no forced entry, unknown cause of noise.

Woodacre 8:40 am Female acting strangely, says she needs food, appears to be out of it and acting very odd. Fireman was able to talk her into going to hospital to verify that there are no medical problems.

Point Reyes Station 9:02 am Motorcycle rider down, injured and unable to get up, is. Ambulance and tow truck on scene.

Stinson Beach 5:34 pm Male subject flagged reporting party in vehicle, stating he was lost and has lost his bike. Is now waiting for next bus and refuses to talk to deputy.

Nicasio 8:30 pm Drunk male on reporting party’s property. Subject booked.

Forest Knolls 10:19 pm Caller reporting her brother has marijuana in the house. Subject released to KTL staff.


Monday December 22

Dogtown 10:54 am Two large potholes in the north bound lanes, two more on north bound between Olema and Point Reyes.

Bolinas 1:33 pm Reporting party is at the Firehouse wanting to speak with a deputy regarding service of restraining order for a homeless person. Area checked for subject to attempt service.

Nicasio 2:01 pm White van weaving and crossing double yellow lines.

Stinson Beach 2:24 pm Reporting party says he received a call from someone saying he was from the IRS, threatening and trying to get the caller to pay money. Call is recorded.

Chileno Valley 3:20 pm Reporting party was bike riding and found a purple daypack in a culvert. It appears to be dry and recently dumped and may belong to a Santa Rosa Junior College student.

Point Reyes Station 4:02 pm Reporting party received threatening message on answering machine. Unkown male said it was urgent she call him back or there would be “consequences”. Advice given.









West Marin Sheriff’s Logs


Monday November 17

Stinson Beach 12:09 p.m. Victim stated that brother attacked and possibly broke his finger after drinking alcohol for a long period of time.. Victim was out of town when reporting crime and stated he would be getting a restraining order upon his return.

Tomales 11:20 p.m. A welfare check was requested for an elderly resident who hadn’t been seen for a while.

Tuesday November 18

Point Reyes Station 1:28 a.m. Woman reported that she had just broke up with her boyfriend and is now living in fear of man’s AA sponsor. Man reportedly was at her house earlier and owns a lot of guns.

Bolinas 12:34 p.m. A company rented an electric sign to notify traffic of upcoming construction. Keyboard that comes with equipment is broken and sign now says, “Beaches closed, Zombies ahead.” Sign has been removed.

Nicasio 12:48 p.m. Man is using his broom to clean the street and his neighbor is telling him that he is not allowed to.

Tomales 7:15 p.m. Woman’s daughter is in a school program in Tel Aviv, Israel. Woman had heard about bombings in the area and now can’t reach her daughter. Mom wanted the sheriff’s department to make some calls to the Israeli Embassy and find out what is happening. Irate mother was referred to the State Department as this was beyond the scope of what local deputies typically address.

Wednesday November 19

Tomales 8:01 a.m. A person was arrested on charges of violating a restraining order, contempt of court and driving with a suspended license.

Tomales 12:14 p.m. Deputies tried to contact the victim of a crime to let them know that suspect was being released from jail but victim’s phone would not receive calls from blocked numbers. Deputies attempted to contact victim from unblocked number with no success.

Forest Knolls 1:56 p.m. Woman called to report that her roommate had borrowed her purse without permission and now is in San Francisco. Woman reports that roommate often borrows things without asking and would like advice on finding other housing.

Point Reyes Station 1:58 p.m. Man called to state that a tree trimming service received permission from his neighbor to cut down a tree on his property. Later, he admitted that PG&E had orders to cut back the tree for safety concerns but that he felt that tree trimming company went too far, and may have done so after seeking permission from his neighbor.

Woodacre 3:20 p.m. An attorney who had been recently hired in a divorce case could not reach the woman they were representing. They feared for her safety and wanted deputies to investigate. Woman contacted and stated she was fine but had a new cell number and hadn’t updated all her contacts.

Point Reyes Station 8:20 p.m. There was a domestic dispute reported and wife left home with child for the night to cool off.

Thursday November 20

Nicasio 11:30 a.m. Employees at Sky Walker ranch asked for extra patrol in their area after terminating an employee who they felt might act out violently.

Forest Knolls 1:58 p.m. Reporting party stated that someone had fraudulently used their debit card in Cupertino.

Lagunitas 9:52 p.m. Man charged with violating a restraining order after sending an email from Washington State to his ex.

Bolinas 11:14 p.m. Person was arrested and booked on charges of trespassing.

Friday November 21

Bolinas 8:40 a.m. Wife called deputies to report that she and her husband are having ‘domestic issues’. She states that it has only been verbal and that he has taken away her phone. Husband was dropping off son at school and also on another line when deputies tried to contact him. Wife stated that she would call deputies back when he got home so they could talk directly with him.

Inverness Park 9:17 a.m. Woman reported that she had received a call from a man stating that she had won $500,000 and that he needed I.D. and registration so he could send an UPS driver over with her big check. Deputies investigated woman’s claim and found that man was perpetrating a scam.

Woodacre 10:17 p.m. Around 12 vehicles drove to end of road and a large crowd of juveniles seemed to be gathering for a party. Party dispersed prior to arrival of deputy.

Saturday November 22

Woodacre 11:24 a.m. A woman called and stated that her tablet had alerted her to the fact that her computer had been hacked and also warned her that the hackers were on their way to her house. Tablet told its owner that they were on Carson and coming her way. Deputy who investigated found no sign of any hackers or evidence of hacking. She was advised that if she continues to have issue with Comcast, she should consider changing providers.

Point Reyes Station 2:16 p.m. A driver was cited for squeezing by a man walking slowly on crutches through a cross walk.

Forest Knolls 2:59 p.m. A woman was cited for drinking a 40 oz. of Coors in the park.

Forest Knolls 6:32 p.m. An older woman called deputies and stated that she believed she should go to Helen Vine Detox Center. Woman stated that she believed that she had one glass of wine today and agreed that she wouldn’t try to drive herself to Helen Vine.

Lagunitas 11:12 p.m. A woman called to report that she believed that there was a party going on next door with no adults and involving alcohol. Deputies found a gathering of adults who agreed to keep it down.

Sunday November 23

Point Reyes Station 2:22 a.m. Woman called to state that she believed, for a number of reasons, that a female acquaintance would be coming by her house shortly to vandalize her vehicle.

Dillon Beach 12:56 p.m.

Man reported that someone had broken into his house sometime over the past two weeks and had turned his hot tub on and broke the valve off that controls the water.

Tomales 9:10 p.m. Three black cows reported in the roadway.


West Marin Sheriff’s Logs

Monday October 20

Nicasio 4:50 am A man refused to leave a house where he was no longer wanted. Issue abated prior to arrival of deputy.

Forest Knolls 7:37 am A dead body was reported and the coroner contacted.

Bolinas 8:28 am Reporting party stated that a woman was camping on their property without permission.

Inverness 8:56 am Man called to state that his ex-girlfriend was on her way to his house to pick up some of her belongings. Man states that they have issues and would like a deputy standing by.

Woodacre 1:23 pm Woman turned in shotgun shell she found while walking. Demolitions expert set up to destroy unexploded ordinance.

Bolinas 5:16 pm Woman reported earlier for camping on subjects property returned. She was advised by deputies to move on.


Tuesday October 21

Wednesday October 22

Woodacre 1:08 pm Caller annoyed that someone had parked in front of his propane tank so that propane company couldn’t access tank. Deputies left a note on parked car and also at the car owner’s place of employment.

Point Reyes Station 4:06 pm Employer reported that an employee allegedly inquired if a customer wanted cash back with purchase. This employee might have run the customer’s card with an additional withdrawal of the ‘cash back’ and kept the cash. Employer is investigating.


Thursday October 23

Point Reyes Station 11:53 am Woman stated she needed report for damage to her truck. Woman refused to state what the damage was but with further interrogation, woman admitted that she had torn off weather stripping on her ’96 pick truck because she didn’t like how it looked.

Forest Knolls 2:09 pm Man stated that he believed that someone had broken into his house. A screen in his house appeared as if it had been moved. Man stated that he simply wanted more patrols in the area even as he mentioned that a dog probably knocked his screen loose.

Tomales 5:21 pm A woman came into the front lobby of the Police Department and stated that she had been sexually assaulted at a local hotel. She asked if the Marin County Sheriff’s Office wanted to handle the case.

Friday October 24

Forest Knolls 12:19 am Man stated that he confronted two individuals in a blue Subaru parked in his driveway. Man stated that both occupants, a man and a woman, were heavily intoxicated. Man was arrested for driving under the influence and his female companion was arrested for public drunkenness and resisting arrest. Couple had stated that they were just trying to make it to Samuel P Taylor Park.

Woodacre 2:20 am One of many calls throughout the week regarding issues with cars parked in the area.

Point Reyes Station 2:01 pm Employer reported having just terminated an employee. Employer stated that there was no evidence of theft and that former employee did not admit to any theft. No charges filed.

Stinson Beach 1:43 pm Caller reported that another man was planting a tree on his property against his wishes. ‘Johnny Appleseed’ was contacted and advised to stop planting trees on other people’s property.

Saturday October 25

Woodacre 5:19 am Man reported that he had intimate knowledge regarding a local man’s plan to blow up government buildings in San Rafael. The alleged bomber was contacted and no bomb making materials were found in his apartment. Man admitted that he had spoken to reporting party about model rockets and their propulsion systems.

Stinson Beach 7:56 am A woman in her 40’s-50’s was reported running around screaming in front of surf shop. She was reportedly delusional and left her belongings unprotected in front of surf shop. Employees are concerned about her belongings and her general welfare.

Lagunitas 12:58 pm Deputy encountered a man on probation who, while not drunk, had been drinking alcohol. Report of behavior forwarded to his probation officer.

Forest Knolls 4:01 pm Man was upset at another man for refusing to drink more beer.

Forest Knolls 4:39 pm Woman reported that there were black dogs attacking and killing a deer in her backyard.

Lagunitas 10:39 pm Man reported two loud explosions that he thought might be attributed to fireworks after the SF Giants world series win.

Olema 7:30 pm Man called from Canada and reported that he hadn’t heard from his brother in a year. Man admitted a truck had hit him sometime in the past and his memory has been affected. Brother was contacted and advised to call his brother.

Forest Knolls 10:22 pm Possible gunshots or fireworks heard in the area.


West Marin Sheriff’s Logs


Monday October 13

Stinson Beach 5:17 am Woman walking her dog was concerned about an elderly man who is homeless. Woman came across a walker and some trash and believed it belonged to allegedly homeless man whom she believed may be in jeopardy. Man was located and stated that he is fine.

Point Reyes Station 7:45 am Reporting party stated that partner was having a mental breakdown and threatening to break down the door.

Forest Knolls 3:27 pm Caller has been receiving disturbing texts from a man- someone known to reporting party. Report taken.

Forest Knolls 10:08 pm Woman reported that her ex-boyfriend was breaking their restraining order by continuing to send her harassing texts. Ex was advised to stop texting and woman was educated on how to block a number on her IPhone.


Tuesday October 14

Dillon Beach 3:43 am Man reported that propane fueled refrigerator was on fire. Man left his trailer after fire went out because he feared the fire might be in the walls.

Woodacre 11:21 pm Woman reported that her neighbor was blowing leaves with his leaf blower onto her property. Man reports this is not the first time he has this conversation with his neighbor and agreed he would no longer displace his leaves on her property.

Wednesday October 15

Nicasio 7:39 pm Dispatcher received a call from someone yelling “Oh my God!” in the background. Male subject got on the line and stated everything was okay and then hung up.

Point Reyes Station 7:43 pm Brother called deputies to request they check in on his sister whose phone has been busy all day. Sister contacted and advised to call her brother.


Thursday October 16

Inverness Park 9:03 am Man contacted deputies to report that he lost his drivers license somewhere in his home. Man advised about how to replace his I.D. at local DMV.

Stinson Beach 2:53 pm The fire department passed on second hand information regarding a man walking around saying that he wants to kill police officers.

Stinson Beach 3:21 pm A woman reported that she saw a woman standing in front of a store looking sad. Woman was wearing loose baggy men’s clothing and was accompanied by a man.

Marshall 5:36 pm Neighbors contacted caller to report that they believe someone is setting up a campsite near the Post Office. Deputies investigated and did not find anybody camping in the area.

Point Reyes Station 8:18 pm Man reported that someone next door was having a loud drunken party. Man asked by dispatcher if he believed this could have something to do with the Giants game on T.V. Man said he heard someone yell, “Kill me!” Deputies found everything quiet at the party house and were unable to reach the responding person to follow up.

Bolinas 8:44 pm Woman called to report that she heard a man and woman screaming at each other somewhere in the vicinity of the tennis courts. Deputies at the scene were unable to locate argumentative couple.

Bolinas 9:18 pm Man arrested and booked for outstanding warrant.

Bolinas 10:01 pm Man called to report that his girlfriend is trying to evict him. Girlfriend got on phone to say that he had hit her. Man and woman had been drinking and man agreed to leave for the night.


Friday October 17

Woodacre 5:02 am Reporting party stated that there is a jeep covered with a tan tarp that has been parked in the area for a month. Deputies searched the area and could not find a jeep nor any other vehicle covered with a tarp.

Point Reyes Station 8:19 am Reporting party stated that they had been involved in a road rage incident. Subject allegedly had a gun but when confronted by deputies was found in possession of a knife.

Bolinas 9:48 am Reporting party stated his ex-girlfriend and her current boyfriend were at their house this morning being aggressive. Party would like some advice.

Bolinas 10:01 am Clinic called to report that a patient, who in the past has been belligerent and is scheduled to come in today, is being told he can no longer get his pain medication from them. Clinic is concerned that man may react badly.


Saturday October 18

Bolinas 4:00 am Man at local hospital reported to staff that he had been assaulted outside a local bar. When contacted he said that it was more of an accidental assault and would not cooperate with questioning as he did not believe any crime had occurred.

Point Reyes Station 10:52 am Reporting party was driving and came upon a group of bicyclist’s driving three abreast and blocking the roadway. When asked to move, driver received the finger.

Forest Knolls 8:28 pm Man stated that his Apple lap top computer had been stolen from under his bed. Burglar allegedly entered through unlocked back door.


Sunday October 19

Lagunitas 4:33 pm Woman reported that her babysitter is stalking her. She also alleges that she beats her child and has been videotaping her.

Forest Knolls 11:51 pm Reporting party stated that there was loud live music playing next door. Deputies responded and asked resident to turn his music down.

West Marin Sheriff’s Logs

West Marin Sheriff’s Report
Monday September 29
Stinson Beach 10:40 am Caller reported a gold Honda Civic with its door open and items scattered on the ground. Deputy contacted owner’s mother.

Woodacre 3:17 pm Mom reported that her son was stealing from her. Mom asked for female deputy because male deputies were too ‘macho’.

Tuesday September 30
Lagunitas 2:17 am Reporting party stated that a silver Jeep Cherokee has been parked on the property for the past two years. Owners of Jeep has not lived at home for past two years.

Bolinas 5:15 am Woman stated that a man who lives in a tent near her house may have broken into her property and stolen unknown items. Woman states that the car associated with this individual is not where it usually is, and she is concerned.

Forest Knolls 9:01 am Reporting party stated that there was a man wearing an orange NFL shirt outside their home yelling. Man has been there since 7:30 am. Deputies reminded man of active restraining order stating he could not be near the house.

Bolinas 9:05 am Man reported that cash in the amount of $9,000
was stolen from jacket where he keeps his cash.

Olema 9:33 am Reporting party has come upon two dead bodies. People were older, and the man appears to have a gun near his body.

Point Reyes Station 2:16 pm Reporting party stated that two homeless individuals were fighting over allegedly missing items.
Wednesday October 1

Bolinas 10:08 am A purple camper has been parked at the end of the reporting party’s street. Reporting party’s main concern is where the campers may be relieving themselves.

Bolinas 12:04 pm Woman called to report that man who had assaulted her in the past was now at her house. Woman was told how to obtain a restraining order.

Woodacre 1:24 pm Landlord reports that tenants abruptly left their rented residence and allegedly stole comforters, DVD’s and paintings.

Point Reyes Station 4:36 pm Reporting party stated they lost their medication on the stagecoach.

Bolinas 5:56 pm Woman ran into her ex-husband in town. She is concerned after he stated, “I am dying, I don’t know how I’ll get through this. I failed at everything.” Man assessed for being a danger to himself and/or others, and was let go.

Dogtown 10:15 pm Wife reportedly punched her husband in his privates. When deputies arrived man was sitting in his car and woman was in the kitchen and both agreed to stay away from each other for the night.

Thursday October 2
Stinson Beach 2:26 am Woman reported a physical fight on the street outside her house. Deputies reports that it was a verbal altercation between two friends.

Bolinas 9:58 am Real estate agent reported that a house she is trying to sell had been “egged” and her realtor sign was torn down. She believes that this may be the acts of locals upset that they can no longer afford to buy property in the area.

Bolinas 11:17 am Mom reported that her son, who had been in contact with deputies the night before, was drinking alcohol and had jumped from dad’s car as they were trying to take him to Unit B at Marin General Hospital. Deputies found son lying on beach and he was taken to Unit B.

Point Reyes Station 5:40 pm Woman reported that she lost red prescription glasses on 9/24. She wanted to know if anyone had turned them in.

Stinson Beach 5:46 pm Woman stated that an oil painting of the Cliff House was stolen from her cabin. Painting reportedly valued at $600.

Stinson Beach 9:50 pm Caller had passed by local gym and reports the window had been broken and merchandise was outside on the floor.

Friday October 3
Stinson Beach 7:34 pm Owner of local establishment asked if there was any merit to reports his business had been broken into.

Bolinas 7:39 am Woman reported that her neighbor had sexually assaulted her. Woman reports that she did not know the woman’s name that lives next door and deputies decided there was no merit to assault charge.

Bolinas 11:53 pm Man reported that he is unable to get information from owner of dog that attacked him last week.

Forest Knolls 4:20 pm Man would like advice about neighbor who has been harassing him for the past 12 years.
Tomales 5:27 pm Woman called deputies crying, saying she wanted to give $100 bills to the fire department for helping her.

Saturday October 4
Stinson Beach 4:23 am Reporting party on route to pick up two stranded motorists. Person has not heard from them in several years and was concerned about their welfare. Deputies found stranded couple and confirmed they were still waiting for pick up.

Woodacre 9:22 am Recently evicted persons have reportedly thrown cabinets, a garden hose and a trash can into road.

Bolinas 11:36 am Man in Jaguar was reportedly punched in the face by another driver. There had been mutual physical contact but neither person would like to pursue matter legally.

Point Reyes Station 10:38 pm Reporting party stated that a shorthaired ‘hippie’ woman was yelling at her boyfriend. Deputies unable to locate anyone matching this description.

Sunday October 5
Point Reyes Station 3:16 pm A natural death was reported in town.