Jan. 1 – 14, 2021
No Masks: Police spied a covey of juvenile Fairfaxians on Park Road not wearing masks. Advised them to do so if they want to grow up into adult Fairfaxians.
Wear Masks: Officers stopped to talk to about 20 people on Mono Avenue about wearing masks during the COVID-19 lockdown.
No Masks: A group of Fairfaxians were seen outside at business at Tamal and Broadway. No one was wearing a mask. The businesses was notified of the complaint.
Birthday Suit: A woman was reported in the middle of Sir Francis Drake without a stitch of clothing. It was in between jurisdictions, so both Fairfax and Central Police responded.
Two Bikes: Police responding to a call stopped to check out a guy on Sir Francis Drake walking two bikes. Service provided.
Jan. 14 – 21, 2021
Hat Tip: A car was rifled through on Dorset Lane. Nothing was taken, but the intruder left an Oakland A’s cap.
Unmasked Skaters: Police spoke to a group of 25 skaters in the park on Sycamore Avenue. Discussed wearing masks. It was a positive interaction with the skater urchins.
Appetizers: A woman with appetizers walked into a home on Juanita Avenue. She was in the wrong house. It was accidental.
Burglary: A home on Altamont Avenue was reported burgled on Jan. 17. Back door window was broken and stuff inside was messed up.
Unmasked Singer: A man who appears in the police blotter was playing amplified music on Miller Avenue. He was asked by a citizen to turn it down. He turned it up. Freaking musicians.
Screamer: A woman was heard screaming her head off on Throckmorton Avenue. Police check it out and found a woman screaming at herself, which apparently is no crime in Mill Valley.
Lost Item: Somewhere between the Redwoods and the Baptist Church on Miller Avenue, a woman lost her hearing aid. Many good people in Mill Valley helped her look, but to no avail.
Spooky: A woman called police about mysterious sounds coming from outside her house on Catalpa Avenue. Police rolled and checked out the residence. Nothing found.
Dog Help: A woman called the cops asking for them to call a paramedic for her “spun out” dog. Police told her to call a vet.
Fighting Kids: A caller told police that kids were fighting on the field on Camino Alto. Police rolled. Not a fight. They were playing.
Welfare Check: Police conducted a welfare check on January 19 on Waterview. The complete cop log item — all of it — was blacked out. What? Was a public official involved? Inquiring minds.
Burglary: A truck was broken into on Fairway Drive. A shotgun was taken.
Boxes: A citizen reported six Amazon boxes at his Throckmorton Avenue address. All of the boxes were to different addresses.
Hazel: A car careened through a person’s hedges and fence overnight on Hazel Avenue. Reported to police.
Sleeper: A citizen reported a van parked on Glen Drive. The driver was under blankets asleep. Police checked it out. No crime.