May 24 – 27, 2021
Urinator: A resident on Bridgeway caught on video a worker from a nearby business peeing in his open garage. Police found the pee man and he admitted to it. Police put the man in touch with the garage owner to work out a “cleaning” arrangement.
Masterbator: A man was seen masturbating outside his yellow bug VW at Rodeo Avenue. Gone on arrival.
Bathroom Noises: A citizen called police because he believed the public bathroom near the homeless encampment near Dunphy Park was being vandalizes. He could hear strange noises emanating from the toilet. Police rolled and found a “tenant” lawfully using the restroom.
Domestic: A man and woman were seen fighting on a boat off of Bridgeway. Police went to the board, but no one was there.
Slurring Words: A man and two women, all 40-ish, were in the parking lot in front of the gate to Basin #4. They were playing loud music and appeared high. The man wore a fluffy white fur coat and the girls were dressed all in black.
Marin County Sheriff
May 18, 2021
Pedestrian Killed: On 8:05 a.m. Tuesday morning, May 18, a pedestrian was struck by a commercial vehicle at the intersection of Fourth Street and G Street in downtown San Rafael. During the preliminary scene investigation, it was learned the subject was a pedestrian located on the southeast corner of Fourth Street attempting to cross G Street to the westbound side. A commercial vehicle travelling north on G Street stopped for a fixed traffic control device at the southeast corner of the crossing prior to proceeding through the intersection, across Fourth Street. The driver reportedly did not see the pedestrian and she was stuck by the commercial vehicle resulting in her becoming unconscious and unresponsive.
First Responders provided medical aid. Paramedics arrived on the scene shortly after and discovered the subject to be in cardiopulmonary arrest. Resuscitative aid was provided on the scene and despite these efforts, the subject failed to respond. She died at the scene. The vehicle driver remained on the scene and was cooperative with the ensuing investigation.
The woman was identified as Elida Delgado Rodriguez, 73, of San Rafael.
May 12 -18, 2021
Drug Bust: A San Rafael resident was arrested for possession of narcotic controlled substance, possession of controlled substance without a prescription and violation of parole. He was transported and booked into Marin County Jail.
Suspicious: A caller reported a suspicious subject on Magnolia Avenue in Larkspur. A Tiburon resident was arrested for possession of nitrous oxide and possession of drug paraphernalia. She was cited and released.
Public Drunk: A caller reported a suspicious subject on San Anselmo Avenue in San Anselmo. A man, with no permanent address, was arrested for public intoxication and violation of probation. He was transported and booked into Marin County Jail.
Car Theft: A caller reported a theft from his unlocked vehicle while parked at Corte Madera Town Center in Corte Madera. An Officer took a grand theft report.
Booked: A resident of Los Molinos was arrested on a $10,000 warrant held by Yolo County Sheriff Office. She was transported and booked into Marin County Jail.
Probation: An Officer advised he was out with a subject on Sir Francis Drake Boulevard in San Anselmo. A man, with no permanent address, was arrested for violation of probation, obstructing a Public Officer and a $10,000 warrant held by Marin County Sheriff Office. He was transported and booked into Marin County Jail.
Summary: During this one- week time period, we had 598 calls for service. This included 3 calls related to hit and run accidents, 3 minor injury accidents, 0 major injury accidents and 5 property damage only accidents. There were 0 residential burglaries, 0 commercial burglaries and 0 auto burglaries. There were 2 calls related to DUI and 0 DUI arrest.
May 20 – 27, 2021
Tree Down: Police assisted the FD with a tree down in a driveway on Molino Avenue on May 20.
Casing The Joint: A woman on Miller Avenue reported that someone knocked on her door. She did not answer. But later when she left the house, she found a piece of cardboard wedged in the door jam. She called the police thinking it might be someone casing her house for robbery.
Good Deed: A citizen found a wallet and turned it into the police who then returned it to the owner.
Good Deed II: Pretty much the same thing as the item above. Different wallet. Different day.
Salty Kids: Some kids were in the parking lot at business on Camino Alto recklessly riding through the parking lot on an electric scooter. A driver shouted at the kids to be careful and the kids shouted back XXXX XXX! The issue escalated. Police arrived and calmed things down.
Face Mask: A woman in a fast-food drive-through was refused service because she wasn’t wearing a mask in her car. She told police she has a medical condition that prevents her from being able to wear a mask. Civil matter.
Loud Music: A citizen complained about loud, live music being played all day on Marguerite Avenue. He told police that if it is a wedding, then he’s OK with the noise level. But if it is just a party, could the police tell them to turn down the volume. It was a wedding. The band played on.
Hammer Man: A man in his 40s was seen on Throckmorton Avenue holding a hammer with two hands. He wasn’t threatening anyone, but he looked to one bystander that he may, just may, be one taco short of a combination plate and may need help. Hammer man was gone when police arrived.
Help: A woman told police she wanted to go to a homeless shelter. Police took her to Vincent DePaul.
Speed Kills: Police monitored — and enforced — speed at the school zone on Miller Avenue.
Structure: A woman who owns 10 acres of land in the area of Cypress and Tenderfoot Trails told police that she thinks someone built a make-shift house on her land. When police can make the time, they will make the 30 minute hike to check it out.