Saturday Apr 12
Here are some of the cases the Petaluma police responded to recently. The Argus-Courier publishes the names of people arrested for crimes such as those involving physical injury, property loss or damage of property, including burglary, battery, vandalism and drunken driving.
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Fri Apr 11, 2014
The Petaluma Fire Department received 45 medical and 68 fire or other emergency calls from March 31 through April 6. Here are some of the calls.
A 1950's Sculptural Sofa Story
Never missing an opportunity to find unique home furnishings INSTUDIO Interior Design Director Samuel Fleming Lewis is constantly searching for overlooked gems.
The Community Voice
Rohnert Park-Cotati Library news
The bimonthly meeting of the Library Advisory Board is scheduled for Tuesday, April 15, at 4 p.m. in the library conference room.
The Community Voice
Routine traffic stop leads to big marijuana bust
A routine traffic stop on Tuesday, April 1, untangled an apparent marijuana growing and trafficking operation that resulted in two arrests and Rohnert Park Dept.
The Community Voice
RP eatery to host Death Cafe
Death is not talked about comfortably, and Cathleen Springer intends to change that.
Alleged Credit-Card Fraudster Arrested at Arraignment When Cops Found Her Child, 3, Alone in Car
A counterfeit credit-card ring suspect was arrested this morning on suspicion of child endangerment after she allegedly left her 3-year-old daughter alone in her locked car while she was arraigned in court, the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office said.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Sonoma State University Presents 2014 Spring Dance Concert, Now thru 4/19
Always exhilarating, unexpected, professional and thoroughly entertaining - Sonoma State University's 2014 Spring Dance Concert features over 60 SSU dancers performing new, cutting edge dance works - each with a different aesthetic sensibility.
Forgery suspect accused of leaving child, drugs in car outside court
Jhona Mathews, one of five people arrested Friday on suspicion of participating in an elaborate credit card forgery ring, now faces additional charges after deputies found Thursday that she had left her 3-year-old child alone in a car with syringes loaded with what deputies suspect is methamphetamine, sheriff's officials said.
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"Quartet for the End of Time." Composed by Olivier Messiaen while he was imprisoned by the Nazis and performed by Sonoma State's artists-in-residence Trio Ariadne.
Opera star brings powerful voice to Weill Hall
Fresh from her role as Marie in Alban Berg's disturbing "Wozzeck" at New York's Metropolitan Opera, soprano Deborah Voigt will swing by Weill Hall this Sunday as part of a four-city spring recital tour.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Vulcans struggle at Sonoma State Tournament
UH Hilos Dayna Bersamin fired a final round 6-over par 78 Tuesday to finish in a tie for 14th place at 13-over 157 at the Sonoma State Womens Spring Invitational in Rohnert Park, California.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Walnut Creek Resident Nabbed with Ring Allegedly Making Fake Credit Cards in Hotel Room
A 33-year-old Walnut Creek resident was among five individuals arrested Saturday for allegedly making fraudulent credit cards in a hotel room and accompanying theft-related charges, the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office said.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Prostitution sting targeting Hwy. 101 corridor nets 19 arrests
Continuing efforts to try to restrain a burgeoning trade in commercial sex along Sonoma County's Highway 101 corridor prompted three coordinated, multi-agency sting operations Friday, resulting in 19 arrests, authorities said Monday.
Bust in suspected credit card ring
Sonoma County sheriff's detectives have arrested five people suspected of making fake credit cards in a Rohnert Park hotel room, then using the bogus cards at the Graton Resort & Casino and other businesses.
Helping teen parents to graduate
While most girls were worrying about final exams or getting asked to prom, three years ago, Mariah Ochoa's 15-year-old mind was consumed with questions of how she would finish high school with a newborn baby boy.
The Business Journal
Wine: SSU pilots videoconference wine classes
Wine Business Institute at Sonoma State University is expanding its remote-classroom experience, allowing students in Southern California to take their seats electronically in Rohnert Park seminars.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Marin Independent Journal
Three arrested after wild 100-mph chase through Marin Saturday
Three Sonoma County residents were arrested near Sausalito early Saturday morning after a wild 100-mph chase in a stolen car through Marin, officials said.
Pair Fails to Bury Alleged Pot Farms Before Cops Arrive; 1,400 Plants, $9K Seized in 2 Raids
Evidence gleaned from a routine traffic stop led to two men being arrested as they hastily tried burying their marijuana-growing enterprises outside Petaluma and in the Monte Rio-Guerneville area last week, according to Rohnert Park police.