Monday, July 7
Forest Knolls, 10:03 a.m. Neighbor filed a complaint against their neighbor’s barking canine companion.
Bolinas, 1:48 p.m. Woman called to talk to a deputy about her dog that was stolen on Mothers Day. Dog was returned to her but was missing its tags. Woman wanted support from deputy because she was unable to contact person who had returned dog to her.
Inverness, 1:48 p.m. It was reported that woman was running around half naked and screaming. Woman was reportedly back home and it is unknown if she is taking her medication.
Woodacre, 2:22 p.m. Woman sold her camera lens on Craig’s List and when she checked to see if money had been deposited in her PayPal account the check had bounced.
Bolinas, 3:03 p.m. Reporting party called in to report ongoing issues with a peeping Tom.
Tuesday, July 8
Olema, 11:36 a.m. Woman stated she had lost her Canadian cash and drivers license.
Forest Knolls, 3:53 p.m. Woman reported seeing 60-foot-tall marijuana plant. Woman did not say whether or not marijuana tree was talking to her or not.
Dillon Beach, 7:28 p.m. Reporting party stated that there was a party in the area going on for quite some time. Not out of control just very loud. Deputy walked through the town and knocked on doors and asked if residents had heard anything and unequivocally they stated, “No.” No sign of any party or loud noises.
Wednesday, July 9
Inverness, 2:06 p.m. Woman called to report that her landlord had turned off the power to her apartment. Landlord was contacted and she stated that she did not realize she had turned anything off. Tenant asked deputies if they could pick her up a pack a pack of cigarettes.
Olema, 9:35 p.m. Man was arrested for public drunkenness and taken to Marin General Hospital. He was kept for several hours until he was deemed well enough to be released back to the authorities.
Thursday, July 10
Tomales, 8:11 p.m. Two tiny brown cows and a sheep were reported in the street.
Inverness, 10:22 p.m. Homeowners reported a man in his 70s picking flowers in their backyard. They would like advice on how to proceed.
Friday, July 11
Inverness, 5:42 a.m. Reporting person stated that they saw a yellow light in the distance and smelled smoke. They also thought that an intruder had been in their house. A deputy met with caller on their porch and the caller stated that in the past their medications had caused delusions that may have been playing a part in the earlier calls.
Woodacre, 4:29 p.m. Apparently, people are still having their accounts accessed illegally at Target as evidenced by a call made by a woman who stated that her identity was being illegally used at a Target at a Hollywood, CA location.
Saturday, July 12
Point Reyes Station, 11:22 a.m. Reporting party states they fear some unknown fiend is proliferating an underground marijuana operation.
Inverness, 2:15 p.m. Woman called to report that her dog attacked a deer and now deer was critically injured and needed to be put down. Dog was locked up in her car for the time being and woman was very upset with turn of events.
Forest Knolls, 3:19 p.m. Reporting party stated that six individuals looked as if they were starting to dig a hole for a BBQ. They reported they seemed as if they were intoxicated and they were concerned they would set the town on fire. Deputies found a group of friends with a Weber grill cooking some food in a controlled environment. They were almost done and agreed to keep things under control.
Sunday, July 13
Inverness, 6:14 a.m. Woman called to tell deputies she is moving from her house with help from her friend. On a separate note, this friend had agreed to help sell pottery and glasses and split the sales 50/50. Friend took the items and woman has never seen any money. Woman would like to confront friend about these items but would like deputies on hand to mediate in case things go south. On a positive note, woman does have someone helping her move.