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.