Verbal diarrhea and a Bowie knife

In the midst of a troubled relationship a 46-year-old Sonoma man produced a Bowie knife and threatened to cut the conjugal bed in half if his girlfriend evicted him from it.

After he left the First Street West residence, the girlfriend, 53, hid the knife fearing its possible future use, and later explained to police that her partner had become too controlling.

The boyfriend eventually returned, began drinking vodka and informed the femme that if she left him he would kill her and anyone she was with.

She called police, who arrived quickly to question the man about the threat.

“I got drunk and had some verbal diarrhea,” he told officers. “I don’t know why, but I really love that woman.”

Officers charged the man with threatening with intent to terrorize, and booked him into the county jail.

In other incidents reported to Valley law enforcement:

Monday, Dec. 2:

3:33 p.m. – No word on missing diamonds. A visitor from Manhattan Beach reported that a $3,000 diamond necklace went missing while she was staying at the Kenwood Inn Nov. 13-15. She said she informed the staff when it disappeared and was told that the inn would contact law enforcement. When she called back, she found out the incident hadn’t been reported.

Tuesday, Dec. 3:

11:03 a.m. – Unwanted Christmas decoration. An employee at La Luz Center reported that someone had tagged the center sometime overnight.


Wednesday, Dec. 4:

10:25 a.m. – Bad egg on Newegg. A resident in the 1000 block of Adobe Canyon Road reported that someone accessed her credit union card and charged $1,400 worth of items from Newegg.com online. She contacted the company but they wouldn’t help her except to tell her the name of the person who ordered the goods. A deputy called and found the company equally non-cooperative.

Friday, Dec. 6:

2:48 p.m. – Domestic disturbance, roommate caned. Deputies were sent to the 1000 block of Central Avenue on the report of a fight. The altercation was between roommates who had a disagreement resulting in one of them getting hit over the head with her roommate’s cane. The victim declined to press charges.

Sunday, Dec. 8:

7:50 a.m. – If I give you drugs, will you leave? A resident in the 19000 block of Fifth Street West reported that a woman entered the residence without permission and was refusing to leave. Deputies located the 27-year-old Sonoma woman on East Verano and determined she was under the influence of drugs. The uninvited guest was arrested on charges of trespassing, being under the influence of drugs and a probation violation.

Monday, Dec. 9:

7:40 a.m. – Miranda wrongs. Deputies went to a residence in the 800 block of Austin Avenue to serve a felony arrest warrant on Miranda Luddy, 34. She was located and arrested without incident, but deputies determined that she was under the influence of a controlled substance, which violated the terms of her probation.