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Sonoma police news: Bicycle spray-painting lands woman in jail

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A Sonoma woman who was reportedly spray painting a stolen bicycle when deputies spotted her under the Verano Avenue Bridge was arrested.

At around 3 p.m. on March 23, deputies were on foot patrol along Sonoma Creek and came upon a gathering of some of Sonoma’s frequent fliers, so named because of their frequent contact with law enforcement. The deputies saw Kera Anderson, 24, spray painting the bicycle that was valued at more than $1,000. Anderson told the deputies she found the bicycle.

One of the deputies discovered the bike had been reported as stolen, so Anderson was arrested on charges of felony possession of stolen property and possession of a controlled substance and was transported to jail.

In other incidents reported recently to Valley law enforcement:

Wednesday, March 21

7:28 a.m. – A resident in the 15000 block of Burbank Drive in Eldridge reported that sometime overnight, someone had stolen the detachable hardtop from his Mazda Miata. It was valued at $2,000.

11:17 a.m. – Deputies were sent to a residence in the 100 block of Church Street for a welfare check. The man reported that the day before, he was the victim of domestic violence by his girlfriend who cut his hand with a pair of marijuana pruning shears. The two were arguing about who was going to watch the kids when the argument turned physical. Deputies arrested Lisset Reyes, 28, of Sonoma, on charges of felony assault with a deadly weapon not a firearm, felony domestic violence assault and child endangerment and transported her to jail.

2:16 p.m. – A resident in the 19000 block of Seventh Street East, reported that someone stole his $3,000 Cannondale Quick Carbon bicycle from his unlocked garage.

4:42 p.m. – While on patrol in the area around West Napa Street and Second Street West, a deputy recognized a subject who he knew had warrants. During a search, the deputy found a counterfeit $100 bill. The deputy arrested Juan Manuel Sandana, 37, of Sonoma, on charges of felony possession of a fraudulent check. He was transported to jail.

Thursday, March 22

12:18 p.m. – A resident of the 8600 block of Bennett Valley Road returned home after a two-day absence to find it had been ransacked. In the middle of the living room was a pile of goods that included landscaping tools and shotguns. The back door had been broken open. The resident saud some jewelry was missing.

7:06 p.m. – Deputies were sent to Mary’s Pizza Shack in the 18000 block of Sonoma Highway after a disturbance. A customer was asked to leave and was escorted to the front door at which point he turned and hit the manager in the eye. A citizen’s arrest was made on the 24-year-old Sonoma resident who was charged with battery and possession of prescription drugs without a prescription.

Friday, March 23

8:46 a.m. – Deputies were called to the Jack in the Box in the 600 block of West Napa Street for a report of an intoxicated motorist – with a kid in the car – in the drive-through line. The motorist fared poorly on his field sobriety test, and a breath test revealed a .13. Andrew Ostram, 34, of Sonoma, was charged with felony child endangerment and driving under the influence, and was transported to jail.

1:48 p.m. – A renter at SmartStop Self Storage in the 19000 block of Sonoma Highway reported that when he went to his unit, the lock was missing , and several boxes had been broken in. Missing were passports, birth certificates and some costume jewelry.

11:11 p.m. – Deputies were sent to the 17800 block of Riverside Drive for a report of a suspicious person. When they arrived, deputies found a man wandering around in the rain. The reporting party said the man stood outside their house for a good 10 minutes. During a weapons check, the deputy found a homemade knife on the man, who admitted he carried it for protection. Deputies arrested Danial Zamora, 19, of Sonoma, on charges of felony carrying a concealed dirk or dagger, and transported him to jail.

Monday, March 26

2:01 p.m. – A resident of Fourth Street West reported that sometime between noon and 1:30 p.m., someone put a package on her porch. There were no labels on the package and the woman told deputies she wasn’t expecting any packages. The bomb unit was called and found the package contained two Munchie Mugs. At that time, the woman remembered she did order the mugs.

Tuesday, March 27

11:36 a.m. – A resident in the 21700 block of Broadway reported someone stole some farming equipment – three ripper shanks valued at $4,100.