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A Dog Walking Dispute and Don't Wash Your Car at 3 a.m.

An ongoing fight over blaring music, an elderly driver who almost caused an accident and a motor home blocking the downtown Throckmorton crosswalk are also included in this week's police blotter roundup.

Wednesday, December 26

3:33 p.m. – A dispute occurred between a Miller Ave. resident who banged on a neighbor’s wall because she blaring her music, and she started yelling at him. The resident told police the woman was bipolar and was having an episode. This is an ongoing issue and police asked the neighbor to turn down her music. The resident called again with the same complaint on Sunday, December 30 at 1:14 a.m.

11:10 p.m. – Police left a card at a Buena Vista Avenue home after receiving a complaint of dogs barking. There were two dogs on the property.

Thursday, December 27

3:09 a.m. – A resident on E. Blithedale Ave. complained that a neighbor was making noise and washing his car. The resident called back at 3:21 a.m. to say his neighbor was still out washing his car, and this is an ongoing issue.

8:55 a.m. – An elderly driver in a black Ford sedan almost ran a reporting party’s vehicle off the road on E. Blithedale Ave. The caller said the driver appeared to be in his 80’s or 90’s, seemed “clueless” of other vehicles, and cut off him off as he was exiting a parking lot.

11:09 a.m. – A large amount of broken glass was found in the road on La Goma and Miller Ave.

Friday, December 28

5:12 a.m. – A woman on Hill Street requested a wellness check at the home directly behind hers because she heard a dog barking and was worried about the resident.

9:10 a.m. – A woman walking her dogs at Mill Valley Middle School reported that a man who’s dog attacked hers on Dec. 13 was walking his dog off leash. The woman said she now carries pepper spray as a result of the attack, and there have been ongoing issues between the two on the bike path behind Sycamore Ave. They requested mediation services, and each agreed keep their dogs on a leash.

6:45 p.m. – Someone reported a motor home parked in the cross walk in front of the Bank of America ATM on Throckmorton Ave. was forcing cars to go into the other lane of traffic, and blocking the line of sight for pedestrians trying to cross the street. The motor home also had an attached trailer that was blocking four feet of the red zone. The owner agreed to move it.

Saturday, December 29

7:42 a.m. – Mill Valley Refuse Services was slamming dumpsters around on Lomita Drive, a caller said, adding it’s an ongoing problem that occurs every day of the week, sometimes before 5 a.m. Police said there was no violation.

1:31 p.m. – A black Trek 800 28 speed bicycle worth $700 was reported stolen on Miller Ave. 

Sunday, December 30

10:11 a.m. – A woman stopped by the Mill Valley Police Station to turn in a bag of pills.

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