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Man accused of stealing woman's undergarments from Santa Rosa apartment

According to Santa Rosa Police, 65-year-old Cornell Holiday worked at the apartment complex, located at 101 Boas Drive, as a maintenance worker.

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Petaluma man suspected of indecent exposure

A 24-year-old Petaluma man was arrested Sunday on suspicion of masturbating in public, police said.Residents of an apartment complex reported a man exposing himself and engaging in sexual behavior about 7:30 p.m. on a second floor balcony overlooking a shared pool, according to police.Officers found

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Santa Rosa man beaten after confronting trespasser in his driveway

The victim told the man to pick up the trash and he wrote down the license plate of the parked sedan that possibly was a Toyota Camry. The man, described as a muscular Caucasian, 5 feet 11 inches, 240 pounds with blond hair, began punching the victim who fell to the ground, Crum said.

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Police: Man caught masturbating on balcony above pool

PETALUMA, Calif. -- (KRON) -- A man is accused of indecent exposure after allegedly masturbating above a pool in Petaluma on Sunday, according to Petaluma Police Department.Around 7:30 p.m. officers responded to an apartment complex on the 150 block of Ellis St.Callers reported a man, later identifi

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Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese opens $7.8 million plant in Petaluma

The stainless steel vats arrived from the Netherlands, the computerized operating system was purchased from Canada, the air quality system came from France and the machine that foil wraps cheese wheels was made in Germany.

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Ameritech Financial: American University Students Remain Food and Housing Insecure | Markets Insider

ROHNERT PARK, Calif.,July 16, 2018/PRNewswire/ --Â Food and housing stubbornly remain problematic to secure for many college students, reportsthe Wisconsin Hope Lab. In the largest national survey of basic security needs for university students, researchers found that 36 percent of four-year college

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20 reasons people gave for moving to Texas from Sonoma County

But, because of traffic, housing and affordability, many Sonoma County residents are joining the droves of people moving to Texas every year. In fact, it's the most popular state for California transplants, according to astudy by the Bay Area Council Economic Institute.

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Revival a zany, fanciful tribute to Petaluma River

Corson, who like the festival has been around nine years, was one of an estimated 8,000 visitors Saturday to Petaluma’s Steamer Landing Park. The ninth annual gathering offered the chance to dress in eccentric costumes, gawk at imaginative creations and behold the “greatest slough on earth,” namely

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Mom reaches plea deal in vehicular manslaughter of daughters

SANTA ROSA, Calif. (AP) - A California mother facing charges of gross vehicular manslaughter of her children after losing control of her car and plunging into the Petaluma River has reached a plea agreement. The San Francisco Chronicle reports Sonoma County Deputy District Attorney Brian Staebell sa

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Bevy of pitchers hurl Petaluma American Majors to Section 1 win

Petaluma American used most of its pitching corps Sunday to hold off Mill Valley, 6-3, to move on in the winner’s bracket of the Section 1 Little League All-Star Tournament being played in Vacaville.

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Petaluma bugged out as mosquito season begins to bite

With 23 different species of mosquito calling Petaluma home, residents can expect to be buzzed, bit and bugged year round by the pests. But it’s in the hot months of summer, when flesh-baring short shorts start to appear, that people typically take notice.

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Mom charged in Petaluma crash that killed her 2 daughters reaches plea deal

Alejandra Hernandez, 27, last month pleaded no contest to two counts of felony gross vehicular manslaughter.

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Recycled bottle art helps employ Petaluma youth

Rarely is a drinking habit a good thing. Although, for three Petaluma High School students, it’s helped them create their own startup.

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The Sidewalk Talk movement comes to Petaluma

But for the half-a-dozen trained volunteers gathering together on this warm Saturday morning in June, in Petaluma’s Putnam Plaza, the possibility of sitting down to chat with random people over the next four hours clearly feels like anything but a chore. As experienced participants in the three-year

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Recognize these women? Rohnert Park police seek attempted burglary suspects

Police have since identified one of the women who wore a jean jacket since they broadcast their message Friday morning, Astley said. Officers were still trying to identify a second woman, who had a long brunette ponytail and wore a dark hooded sweatshirt with a circular logo with the letters AIT.

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1 Person Taken To Hospital After Being Struck By Vehicle In Hit-And-Run Collision

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Rohnert Park officials claim little say over disputed police seizures

The city’s top enforcer in those missions, former Sgt. Brendon “Jacy” Tatum, left the force in June amid a city investigation into the complaints of a driver who said he was the victim of a drug robbery by unidentified officers on Highway 101. Tatum’s departure also coincided with mounting complaint

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Man arrested after reported police chase from American Canyon to Vallejo

At 12:30 a.m., officers tried to stop a 2004 Cadillac de Ville sedan in the parking lot of the Wal-Mart at 7011 Main St., according to Sgt. Pat McMahon. Instead, the driver, identified as 41-year-old Devell Lynn Wilson of Richmond, sped onto southbound Highway 29 and continued into Vallejo, exceedin

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The Historic Bars of Petaluma: Gags, ghosts and good people

“There will be a $5 charge for lying, complaining, and just plain bellyaching.”Those words, painted on a sign hanging over the bar at the Penngrove Pub, issues its folksy warning with same sense of homespun style and humor that inspired someone to hang yet another sign — stating simply, “Insane Asyl

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Hotel opens, apartments renting

Two-part project near Dry Creek RoadA new hotel on Dry Creek Road opened this weekend, and a housing project behind it is filling up.Hotel Trio was built by Seaview Investors, from Southern California. When Seaview purchased the Engelke Construction yard along Dry Creek Road, across from Big John’s

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