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A female suspect brazenly walked up to the porch in Petaluma and walked off with a stone Buddha statue - a crime that was captured on a video surveillance camera, authorities said.
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A former Petaluma real estate agent charged with bilking dozens of investors in one of Sonoma County's largest Ponzi schemes will be sentenced to a maximum 20 years in prison if he admits the charges before trial, a judge said Monday.
Two long-awaited events arrived almost simultaneously last week in Petaluma - the opening of the new bridge over Highway 101 that connects Petaluma Blvd. North and Old Redwood Highway, and a healthy dose of rainfall to soak the streets, hills and fields of southern Sonoma County.
"This case is a sad reminder of the importance of paying full attention when operating a motor vehicle.
A resident who lives in the area of Photinia Place heard the dog barking, looked outside and saw someone looking through the resident's car, Sgt.
Petaluma police are looking for a man they believe took a super-sized helping of cash from a McDonald's drive-thru at around 2 a.m. Monday.
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By Bay City News Four people were arrested for alleged drunk driving in Petaluma on Friday night and early this morning, police said today.
By Bay City New A woman who allegedly cut herself in the arms with a piece of glass and threatened to kill a man was arrested in Petaluma on Friday afternoon, a police sergeant said.
Ryan Carrigan, 36, and Tory Morganti, 42, were arrested near an apartment complex in the 100 block of Cherry Street in Petaluma after a resident called 911 just after 7 a.m. Saturday morning to report a suspicious person.
Cloverdale's plans for future growth continue to be a topic of debate and somewhat of a puzzle to the government officials who are responsible for setting the city's ultimate boundaries.
Two men suspected of prowling and possession of burglary tools were arrested in Petaluma Saturday morning after an alert resident called police.
In a year when California Democrats are worried about motivating their voters, Gov. Jerry Brown heard another unwelcome message Saturday: Some Democratic activists are bristling over his administration's policies on hydraulic fracturing, or fracking.