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Police log Jan 3 to Jan 9

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Police Log

Here are some of the cases the Petaluma police responded to recently. The Argus-Courier publishes the names of people arrested for serious crimes such as those involving physical injury, property loss or damage of property, including burglary, battery, vandalism and drunken driving. People who are found innocent or who have charges dropped may contact the Argus-Courier to have follow-up information published. Petaluma Police reported the following incidents.

Wednesday, Jan. 3

12:32 a.m.: Matthew L. Hermsmeyer, 45, of Petaluma was cited at 4999 Petaluma Blvd. for possession of controlled substances and paraphernalia, and violation of probation, all misdemeanors.

9:58 a.m.: Travis M. Roth- Harmon, 31, of Petaluma was arrested at 1110 Lakeville Court for driving under the influence of a controlled substance, a misdemeanor.

5:34 p.m.: Four juveniles, all 17 or under, all from Marin County, were cited at the corner of Ellis Street and Madison Street for misdemeanor possession of alcohol. One was charged with driving without a license.

Thursday, Jan. 4

8:44 p.m.: Story L. Sutton, 33, was arrested at 5300 Old Redwood Hwy. for misdememeanor public intoxication.

Friday, Jan. 5

10:38 a.m.: Aisling R. Prior, 18, of Corvalis, Oregon was cited on Caulfield Lane at Kiwi Court for sleeping in his-or-her vehicle, and for misdemeanor possession of controlled sustances and paraphernalia.

11:45 a.m.: Lisa A. Day, 61, of Petaluma was arrested on North McDowell Boulevard at Washington Street for driving under the influence of alcohol, a misdemeanor.

Saturday, Jan. 6

4:31 a.m.: Edgar I. Figuroa, 29, of Petaluma was arrested at 101 Greenbriar Circle for felony violation of probation.

1:50 p.m.: Christopher A. Pohlman, 41, identified as a transient, was arrested at 837 E. Washington St. for misdemeanor vandalism and damage to property, and public intoxication, also a misdemeanor.

6:31 p.m.: Russell L. Gittings, 55, a transient, was arrested at 800 Petaluma N. Blvd. for misdemeanor public intoxication.

Sunday, Jan. 7

9:10 a.m.: Kristopher P. Weber, 38, a homeless individual, was arrested at 15 Magnolia Ave. for Disorderly conduct, and possession of controlled substances and paraphernalia, all misdemeanors.

4:14 p.m.: Christopher A. Pohlman, a 41-year-old transient, was arrested on Washington Street near Lakeville for misdemeanor public intoxication.

Monday, Jan. 8

12:51 a.m.: Jennifer L. Gilb, 52, of San Rafael was arrested at 2200 Petaluma Blvd. North for felony assault with a deadly weapon (not a firearm) and misdemenor child endangerment.

1:02 a.m.: Alexander T. Nebb, 27, of Petaluma was arrested at 901 E. Washington St. for felony assault with a deadly weapon (not a firearm) and misdemeanor battery on a spouse.

1:53 a.m.: Aric J. Gritter, 45, of Santa Rosa was arrested at 1440 E. Washington St. for misdemeanor possession of contolled substances and paraphernalia, for felony possession of a dagger, and felony bringing of controlled substances into a prison.

4:45 A.M.: Wajeeda M. Curtiss, 30, of Petaluma was arrested on Hopper Street for misdemeanor battery on a spouse.

4:55 a.m.: Brandon P. Wolcott, 38, of Brooklyn, New York was arrested at the corner of 8th Street and D Street for misdemeanor driving under the influence, and a hit-and-run resulting in property damage.

5:41 p.m.: Jeffrey J. Berg, 30, a homeless individual, was arrested at 139 Petaluma Blvd. for using offensive words in a public place, a misdemeanor.

Tuesday, Jan. 9

9:13 a.m.: Bari Galloway, 56, of Petaluma was arrested at 1000 Petaluma Blvd. North for driving under the influence.

1:57 p.m.: Malik Turner, 19, of Santa Rosa was arrested at East Washington Street and Weller Street for petty theft.