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Police report: Neglected golf clubs go missing and other incidents

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Among the incidents recently reported to Sonoma Valley law enforcement are the following:

Thursday, June 14:

2:23 p.m. – A man reported that someone had taken his golf clubs and bag out of his unlocked car in the parking lot at the Sonoma Valley Veterans Memorial. The theft occurred on June 7, but there was no indication why the man waited a week to report his missing $1,500 clubs.

7:13 p.m. – Deputies responded to a disturbance at a residence in the 19000 block of Olive Avenue. A man broke a window, screen and a table at his parents’ residence. Cameron Janson, 22, of El Verano, was arrested on charges of felony vandalism and transported to jail.

9:42 p.m. – A deputy who stopped a car for speeding in the vicinity of Broadway and MacDonald Avenue detected the odor of alcohol on the driver. The man performed poorly on his field sobriety tests and blew a .153 on a preliminary alcohol screening (PAS). At the police station, the man blew a .17 and .15 on a breath test. Tavish McGrain, 27, of Sonoma, was cited on charges of driving under the influence.

Friday, June 15:

2:18 a.m. – A 25-year-old Sonoma woman was arrested on charges of felony domestic violence assault after a domestic incident in the 400 block of Bernice Lane. When deputies tried to arrest her, she resisted and said she didn’t want to go to jail which earned her a second charge of resisting or obstructing. Despite her protestations, she went to jail.

9:29 p.m. - Deputies responded to a domestic disturbance in a vehicle on Boyes Boulevard near Riverside Drive. A couple had gotten into an argument and the female stabbed her boyfriend in the back of his hand causing a three-to-four-inch laceration. While the victim declined medical help, the girlfriend, Carmen Emis, 18, of Sonoma, was arrested on charges of felony domestic violence assault and felony assault with a deadly weapon not a firearm, and was transported to jail.

9:30 – A 50-year-old Sonoma resident was cited for battery and a probation violation after a physical altercation at a residence in the 500 block of Ivy Court. The victim sustained minor injuries and made a citizen’s arrest.

Tuesday, June 19:

8:34 p.m. – Two 17-year-old girls were cited as minors in possession after a deputy spotted them drinking some fruit-flavored rotgut in the Casa Grande parking lot.

Friday, June 22:

5:45 p.m. – While on patrol, a deputy saw a motorist blow through a red light in the vicinity of Donald Street and Highway 12. When he stopped the vehicle, the deputy noticed an odor of alcohol on the female driver, who was unstable on her feet. She blew a .167 on a PAS, and then a .16, .13 and .15 on breath tests at the police department. Denika Kneeland, 19, of the Springs, was arrested on charges of driving under the influence.

11:05 p.m. – A deputy stopped a motorist in the vicinity of Old Maple and Verano Avenue for speeding and having expired tabs. The deputy also discovered the driver had been drinking. He blew a .102 and .102 on PAS tests, and a .10 and .09 on a breath test at the police department. Raoul Goff, 57, of Sonoma, was arrested on charges of driving under the influence and felony cruelty to a child since he had his 13-year-old daughter in the car.

Saturday, June 23:

1:02 a.m. – During a probation search at a residence in the 20000 block of Fifth Street East, deputies found an empty 30-round .223 magazine, a substance they suspected was heroin and drug paraphernalia. The 26-year-old resident was cited for possession of a large magazine, possession of a narcotic controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

3:51 p.m. – Deputies responded to a domestic disturbance in the 15000 block of Marty Drive. The victim said the suspect wanted some of her money, and she refused. The suspect grabbed her wallet and a cell phone when the victim tried to call the cops. Deputies arrested Mauricio Tinoco, 35, on charges of felony robbery, felony domestic violence by suffocation, felony domestic violence assault and felony false imprisonment and transported him to jail.

Monday, June 25:

11:15 a.m. – A 39-year-old Sonoma resident was apprehended with a permanent marker in his possession under the Ig Vella Bridge on Riverside. The 39-year-old was just about to add to the graffiti under the bridge when the deputy stepped in. Seamus Glennon, 39, was arrested on charges of a felony probation violation and possession of an instrument with intent to vandalize and was transported to jail.