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Amador County Sheriff’s K-9 Tark enjoys a swim in Lake Camanche.

 

The following is a partial listing of calls received by Amador County Sheriff’s Office dispatchers on the dates and times indicated. Calaveras call logs are published Tuesdays, and Amador call logs are published on Fridays. 

Friday, May 24

6:47 a.m. Disturbing the Peace, in Jackson Valley; A female hit her husband in the back of the head.

10:32 a.m. Welfare Check, on Shenandoah Road at Fiddletown Road, Plymouth; An elderly woman was walking on the roadway and was looking around and seemed confused.

10:43 a.m. Burglary, on Camanche Parkway North, Jackson Valley; Someone went into the caller’s vehicle and stole $600 worth of cash.

2:52 p.m. Theft of Property, on Camanche Parkway North, Jackson Valley; Caller states someone stole all of the change out of his vehicle and popped open his trunk and stole $600 worth of video games.

3:50 p.m. Theft of Property, on Van De Hei Ranch Road, Pioneer; A 525-gallon propane tank was stolen from the property.

4:27 p.m. Disturbing the Peace, on Sylvia Drive, Pine Grove; A neighbor came over to the caller’s residence and started yelling at the caller for calling animal control on them. Caller states that she never made any calls.

6:27 p.m. Extra Patrol, at Buckhorn Lodge, Pioneer; Caller states that a bald, white male in his 40’s and a white female in her 30’s have been in the bar for the past two nights and stated they are brother and sister. Per caller, they have been going through the phone book like the movie “Natural Born Killers.”

6:33 p.m. Petty Theft, at Game Stop on Industry Boulevard, Jackson; A white male in a black beanie and checkered button down shirt came into the store. The caller left for break and when he came back the subject was outside in the parking lot with a hat on from the store that he was looking at but did not pay for.

8:56 p.m. Disturbing the Peace, on Shake Ridge Road, Volcano; Caller was at her friend’s residence and states that her husband was drunk and throwing things around.

Saturday, May 25

5:52 a.m. Vandalism, at Lake Pardee on Stony Creek Road, Jackson Valley; Caller stated that someone rammed the side entrance gate located by the front entrance with their vehicle.

6:30 a.m. Disturbing the Peace, on Shake Ridge Road, Volcano; Report of two subjects shot by a home owner.

9:24 a.m. Suspicious Person, at Harrah’s Northern California Casino on Coal Mine Road, Jackson Valley; A 21-year-old black male is smoking heroin in the parking lot in a gold Chevy Impala. The subject is now currently sleeping in the vehicle.

2:20 p.m. Disturbing the Peace, on Highway 49, Plymouth; Caller stated that the landlord forced her way into the house and started yelling at and harassing the caller and his brother.

3:36 p.m. Suspicious Circumstances, on Curran Road, Jackson Valley; Caller witnessed a male subject in an older sky blue pick-up truck open the caller’s mailbox. Per caller, the subject noticed her watching and got back into his truck and headed towards Village Drive. Caller said she had already picked up her mail.

9:14 p.m. Theft of Property, at Walmart on Wicklow Way, Martell; The caller caught a white female shoplifter in her 30’s. The subject does not have any identification and will not provide a name. Resulted in a misdemeanor arrest.

10:17 p.m. Suspicious Vehicle, at Walmart on Wicklow Way, Martell; Caller states that a big, white truck is hooked up to the fire hydrant and the caller is concerned that the subject is stealing water.

Sunday, May 26

No log was provided for this day.

Monday, May 27

No log was provided for this day.

Tuesday, May 28

4:25 a.m. Suspicious Circumstances, on Alaire Lane, Pioneer; A female subject lit something on fire in the bedroom and then left on foot. Per caller, the woman is a friend of the handyman and she has been squatting at the residence.

6:50 a.m. Welfare Check, in Jackson; The caller is possibly hallucinating. Per caller, he has schizophrenia and says that he sees a lot of Hispanics in red and is concerned they are gang members trying to get him. The caller was speaking fast and randomly shouting out different things.

7:42 a.m. Animal Call, on Dunshee Road, Pine Grove; The caller has a large bear by her side door that is going after garbage cans. The caller is scared and was advised to go to a safe location and keep an eye on the bear.

7:54 a.m. Suspicious Circumstances, at Great Clips on Industry Boulevard, Martell; A white, homeless male had his pants down for people to see and exposed his private parts to the caller on purpose and waited for a reaction from her.

12:02 p.m. Suspicious Person, at Argonaut Mines on Highway 49, Jackson; It appears that two homeless people are camped out at the driveway of the Kennedy Mine.

1:06 p.m. Suspicious Person and Vehicle, on Lambert Road, Willow Creek; An overweight, white male was in a driveway, holding a phone and appeared to be videotaping. The caller asked what he was doing and the subject sped off towards Michigan Bar Road.

5:36 p.m. Trespassing, on Tiger Creek Road, Pioneer; Caller can see someone riding a three-wheel ATV on the neighbor’s property, which the caller advised was a vacant lot and no one has permission to be there.

8:05 p.m. Suspicious Person, at Buckhorn Lodge on Highway 88, Pioneer; A white male with brown hair was at the Buckhorn Bar and started running out into the middle of the street trying to stop vehicles and was bleeding from his head.

Wednesday, May 29

10:15 a.m. Suspicious Person, at Safeway on Industry Boulevard, Martell; Caller states that a bald, white male in green shorts is walking around with a boa constrictor around his arm and is making the caller and her customers feel uncomfortable because they are afraid of the snake.

11:42 a.m. Suspicious Circumstances, on Clinton Road, Jackson; Caller states that someone has used her identity to apply for a loan.

12:15 p.m. Found Property Report, on Shake Ridge Road, Volcano; Caller was walking down the street with his family and found a black revolver that was laying in the gutter.

2:20 p.m. Found property Report, at America’s Tire on Industry Boulevard, Martell; Caller has found an envelope with $1,000 cash in it in the parking lot and would like to turn it in.

3:18 p.m. Suspicious Circumstances, on Quartz Mountain Road, Sutter Creek; A homeowner of a previously rented home and the caller showed up to the residence where the previous tenant had left a noose hanging in the shop.

6:48 p.m. Welfare Check, in Pine Grove; The caller’s friend has been going through a hard time since recently losing her husband and has been abusing alcohol and pain pills.

7:07 p.m. Disturbing the Peace, on Highway 88, Pioneer; The caller’s fiancé has been throwing items and water at the caller and trashing the residence.

8:45 p.m. Suspicious Person, at Walmart on Wicklow Way, Martell; Caller states that an Indian male with a ponytail associated with a white van got close to her 18-month-old baby in the cart while the caller was buckling her other child into the car seat. The caller is worried about the intentions of the subject.

11:36 p.m. Suspicious Person and Vehicle, at Walmart on Wicklow Way, Martell; Caller states that two subjects are parked in a tan van behind the store and the caller is worried about their intentions.

Thursday, May 30

7:29 a.m. Theft of Property, at Shenandoah Station on Village Drive, Plymouth; Caller states that she was given two counterfeit $100 bills.

10:59 a.m. Disturbing the Peace, at Petkovich Park on Broadway Street at Water Street, Jackson; Two male subjects who appear to be transients are showering and sleeping in the bathroom with a dog and exposing themselves.

11:05 a.m. Disturbing the Peace, in Volcano; The caller’s daughter assaulted the caller and the caller is now bleeding from the arm. The caller wants the subject out of the residence and the subject is sitting on the couch refusing to leave.

12:57 p.m. Annoying Phone Calls, in Jackson Valley; Caller states that she received a text message from a male subject who she does not know. She gave the subject her full name when they asked who she was and when the caller asked who the subject was, he responded with “the guy that your wife called the cops on.” The caller is now concerned for her safety.

3:44 p.m. Grand Theft, on Shake Ridge Road, Volcano; Caller states that six firearms were taken from their gun cabinet. Caller does not know who took them, but states that he is unsure if the cabinet was even locked and that anyone could have taken them. 

5:31 p.m. Disturbing the Peace, on Oak Trail, River Pines; The caller’s neighbor sprayed the caller with a garden hose while the caller was sitting on her own front porch. Per caller, they have ongoing issues with dogs barking.

7:08 p.m. Suspicious Circumstances, on Village Drive, Jackson Valley; Caller states that when she got home she noticed that her evergreen trees on the driveway were trimmed. The caller’s neighbor told the caller that he cut the trees because he was angry about the visibility with his driveway. Per caller, the neighbor never talked to her before about the trees.

9:53 p.m. Suspicious Circumstances, on Pioneer Drive, Jackson; Caller states that a black male is on the back of the property looking at the residence. Per caller, they have seen the subject for the past three nights.

11:07 p.m. Disturbing the Peace, on Foothill Pines Court, Pine Grove; Caller could hear yelling and went to the residence it was coming from and a 30-year-old female began yelling at the caller and appeared intoxicated.

Friday, May 31

9:28 a.m. Disturbing the Peace, at Lowe’s on Industry Boulevard, Martell; A female subject hit the caller in the face.

10:37 a.m. Missing Person Report, on Prospect Place, Pioneer; The caller’s son has been missing since May 14 while he was doing landscaping work. The male the caller’s son was working for states that he has not seen him either.

11:49 a.m. Suspicious Circumstances, on Parkside Lane, Pine Grove; Caller states that a road crew found multiple needles on the ground that were not there yesterday.

1:26 p.m. Suspicious Circumstances, on Goose Creek Road, Jackson Valley; The caller’s neighbors have a family member living on their property in a trailer. Per caller, the subject is now dumping dirty water onto the caller’s  property and the caller has children and livestock. The subject is also agitating their dog and has taken their dog into his trailer.

2:44 p.m. Disturbing the Peace, on Morning Star Lane, Sutter Creek; Caller states she has been having ongoing issues with young adults coming up to a vacant property and partying on it.

3:25 p.m. Extra Patrol, at Eagles Nest Airport on Lambert Road, Willow Creek; Caller says that a suspicious person has been taking photos of airplanes and hangers on a private property. 

4:30 p.m. Suspicious Person, at Staples on Industry Boulevard, Martell; Two white males are extremely intoxicated and wandering around with open containers. The subjects tried getting on the bus and the bus driver refused.

8:04 p.m. Suspicious Circumstances, on Antelope Court, Pioneer; Caller can see through surveillance cameras that their neighbor is at her residence and appears to be investigating something. Caller states that the neighbors have made false claims against them.

10:36 p.m. Welfare Check, on Highway 88 at Irish Town Road, Pine Grove; Caller states that a 14-year-old female juvenile was walking westbound on Highway 88.

Saturday, June 1

2:10 a.m. Suspicious Person and Vehicle, at Italian Picnic Grounds on Highway 49, Sutter Creek; Caller states that a black male and a white female were parked and are now walking around the grounds.

7:49 a.m. Disturbing the Peace, at AMPM Gas Station on Highway 49, Martell; An employee states that a male subject was trying to buy his daughter tobacco. When the caller refused to sell it to him the subject got upset, was yelling and started throwing store items on the floor.

11:45 a.m. Disturbing the Peace, on Kimber Court, Pine Grove; The caller’s son began attacking the caller’s daughter.

1:24 p.m. Vandalism, at Pioneer Elementary School on Highway 88, Pioneer; Caller states that she just arrived to the school and found a broken window.

4:21 p.m. Disturbing the Peace, at Lake Amador on Lake Amador Drive, Jackson Valley; A bald, white male in his mid 30’s with tattoos was yelling at a Hispanic male and then shoved the Hispanic male into the water.

7:13 p.m. Disturbing the Peace, at Indian Grinding Rock on Pine Grove Volcano Road, Pine Grove; A woman was camped in the caller’s space when the caller arrived and she has been videotaping the caller for the last 30 minutes.

11:12 p.m. Burglary, on Shake Ridge Road, Volcano; Caller states that a male subject is currently inside her storage unit.

Sunday, June 2

11:42 a.m. Suspicious Person, at Day and Night Shell on Highway 49, Sutter Creek; Caller states that an Asian male was sitting out by the diesel pumps and that multiple customers have complained about him. The caller has asked him to leave and the subject refuses.

1:54 p.m. Suspicious Person and Vehicle, at Westover Field on Airport Road, Martell; Per caller, there is a dark SUV with the hatch open in the parking lot and it appears that homeless people are living there with a dog.

4:47 p.m. Suspicious Person, at Big 5 Sporting Goods on Highway 88, Martell; A white male in his 60’s with a cowboy hat on does not seem like he is all there and knocked on the window of the business, flipped the caller off, is agitated and not making sense and is possibly under the influence of drugs.

6:30 p.m. Disturbing the Peace, in Pine Grove; The caller’s sister and her boyfriend are in a physical altercation. Resulted in a misdemeanor arrest.

7:24 p.m. Welfare Check, at Payless Market on Highway 88, Pioneer; A white female with blonde hair was parked crooked and could not get her vehicle to start. Caller believes she is intoxicated because she was acting like she was driving while sitting still.

9:34 p.m. Suspicious Circumstances, in Pioneer; The caller’s ex-boyfriend has meth on him and he has been hiding it in light fixtures and side panels.