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.