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Sebastopol Police and Sheriff's Log, Oct. 29-Nov. 4
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Sebastopol Police and Sheriff's Log, Oct. 29-Nov. 4

Sebastopol Police Log

MONDAY, OCTOBER 29

12:19 a.m. Carrying a concealed dirk or dagger, violation of probation, outside agency warrant (felony), and possession of controlled substance paraphernalia at Petaluma Avenue and Abbott Avenue. Arrest made.

12:00 p.m. Battery on person and obstructing or resisting a peace officer or medical technician at South Main Street and Burnett Street. Juvenile arrest made.

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30

9:37 p.m. Possession of a controlled substance, possession of controlled substance paraphernalia and violation of probation on North Main Street. Arrest made.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1

7:24 p.m. Possession of a controlled substance on Pleasant Hill Avenue North. Arrest made.

10:07 p.m. Outside agency warrant, misdemeanor and vandalism on Bately Court. Arrest made.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2

12:22 a.m. DUI at Gravenstein Highway North and Occidental Road. Arrest made.

2:20 p.m. Battery on person on school property at South Main Street and Burnett Street. Juvenile arrest made.

6:51 p.m. Alcohol related disorderly conduct and violation of probation on Laguna Park Way. Arrest made.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3

1:04 p.m. Traffic offense, special circumstances at Gravenstein Highway North and Occidental Road. Arrest made.

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4

8:51 p.m. Child cruelty with possible injury or death on Kathleen Court. Pending further investigation.

Sonoma County Sheriff’s Logs

MONDAY, OCTOBER 29

9:25 a.m. Violation of probation at Gabes Rock Road and Highway 116 North, Guerneville. Homeless related.

9:40 a.m. Civil situation at Balboa Avenue and Pomo Avenue, Jenner.

1:39 p.m. Unwanted guest disturbance at Third Street and Church Street, Guerneville. Resolved.

11:20 p.m. Suspicious vehicle unoccupied at Martinelli Road and River Road, Forestville.

11:48 p.m. Suspicious vehicle at Stutz Lane and Wilshire Drive, Forestville.

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30

1:24 a.m. Disturbance at Armstrong Woods Road and Sweetwater Springs Road, Guerneville. Civil situation.

9:05 a.m. Suspicious person at First Street and Mill Street, Guerneville. Homeless related.

9:15 a.m. Suspicious person at First Street, Armstrong Woods Road and Main Street, Guerneville. Homeless related.

7:10 p.m. Suicide threats at Bohemian Highway and El Camino Bodega, Sebastopol.

7:58 p.m. Disturbance at Foothill Boulevard and Outlet Drive, Guerneville.

10:05 p.m. Disturbance at Highway 1 and Timber Cove Road, Timber Cove.

11:28 p.m. Suspicious person at Grays Road and River Road, Forestville.

11:30 p.m. Trespassing at Main Street and Mill Street, Guerneville

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31

1:54 a.m. Wanted person, no warrant at Main Street and Mill Street, Guerneville. Arrest made.

7:14 a.m. Unwanted guest disturbance at First Street and Mill Street, Guerneville.

7:27 a.m. Suspicious vehicle occupied at First Street and Mill Street, Guerneville. Arrest made.

7:41 a.m. Unwanted guest disturbance at Third Street and Church Street, Guerneville. Homeless related.

7:59 a.m. Unwanted guest disturbance at First Street and Mill Street, Guerneville. Homeless related.

9:55 a.m. Unwanted guest disturbance at Third Street and Church Stret, Guerneville. Homeless related.

11:08 a.m. Traffic stop at First Street and Church Street, Guerneville. Reprimand and release.

4:39 p.m. Drunk in public at Fourth Street and Church Street, Guerneville. Homeless related.

5:19 p.m. Fight at First Street, Armstrong Woods Road and Main Street, Guerneville. Homeless related.

10:46 p.m. Disturbance at Bodega Highway and Joy Road, Bodega. Arrest made.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1

2:41 a.m. Suspicious vehicle occupied at Bohemian Highway and Church Street, Monte Rio.

3:07 a.m. Suspicious person at First Street and Mill Street, Guerneville. Homeless related.

8:57 a.m. Suspicious person at Third Street and Church Street, Guerneville. Homeless related.

9:02 a.m. Suspicious vehicle at First Street and Mill Street, Guerneville. Homeless related.

9:33 a.m. Trespassing at Guernewood Lane and Highway 116 North, Guerneville. Arrest made.

11:18 a.m. Music disturbance at Main Street and River Road, Guerneville. Resolved.

12:59 p.m. Suspicious person at Bohemian Highway and Coleman Valley Road, Occidental. Homeless related.

1:13 p.m. Civil situation at Leasowe Lane and Melody Avenue, Guerneville.

2:14 p.m. Narcotic activity at Giovanetti Road and Highway 116 North, Forestville. Advised.

4:57 p.m. Disturbance at Bonita Avenue and River Road, Guerneville.

10:16 pm. Traffic stop at Duncan Road and Old Monte Rio Road, Guerneville. Reprimand and release.

10:53 p.m. Traffic stop at Cnopius Road and Highway 116 North, Guerneville.

11:09 p.m. Traffic stop at First Street, Armstrong Woods Road and Main Street, Guerneville. Reprimand and release.

11:36 p.m. Traffic stop at Greentree Way, Montesano Lane, Guerneville. Reprimand and release.

11:50 p.m. Traffic stop at Armstrong Woods Road and Rio Nido Road, Guerneville. Reprimand and release.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2

1:28 a.m. Traffic stop at Fourth Street and Church Street, Guerneville. Reprimand and release.

10:18 a.m. Suspicious person at Main Street and River Road, Guerneville. Homeless related.

10:39 a.m. Suspicious vehicle at Fourth Street and Armstrong Woods Road, Guerneville. Homeless related.

11:15 a.m. Suspicious vehicle occupied at Bonita Avenue and Old River Road, Guerneville. Homeless related.

12:45 p.m. Disturbance at Foothill Boulevard and Outlet Drive, Guerneville. Resolved.

1:17 p.m. Suspicious person at Third Street and Mill Street, Guerneville. Homeless related.

9:13 p.m. Traffic stop at Bonita Avenue and River Road, Guerneville. Reprimand and release.

9:45 p.m. Traffic stop at Eagle Nest Lane and River Road, Rio Nido. Reprimand and release.

10:09 p.m. Traffic stop at Foothill Boulevard and River Road, Guerneville. Reprimand and release.

10:26 p.m. Traffic stop at Old River Road and Scenic Drive, Forestville. Reprimand and release.

9:11 p.m. Traffic stop at Foothill Boulevard and River Road, Guerneville. Reprimand and release.

11:17 p.m. Disturbance at Fourth Street and Mill Street, Guerneville.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3

12:19 a.m. Suspicious person reported at Main Street and Mill Street., Guerneville. Officer contacted.

12:30a.m. Traffic stop at Richardson Avenue and Riverside drive.,Korbel. Reprimand and release.

12:36 a.m. Report of a disturbance at Foothill Boulevard and Outlet drive., Guerneville. Resolved.

1:41 a.m. Traffic stop at Old River Road and Scenic Drive, Forestville. Reprimand and release.

2:30 a.m. Report of a suspicious person at Morningside Drive and Sunset Avenue., Guerneville .Officer contacted.

7:38 a.m. Civil Standby requested at Mill Court and Mill Street, Guerneville. Officer presence provided.

8:31a.m. Trespass reported at Brookside lane and Highway 116/North Main Street, Guerneville. Homeless related incident.

10:14 a.m. Suspicious person reported at Canyon 2 Road and Willow Road, Rio Nido. Officer contacted. Homeless related incident.

11:15 a.m. 911 call made from Guidotti Road and Watson Road. Unable to locate.

2:40p.m. Civil Service provided at Bodega Highway and Salmon Creek Road, Bodega.

3:30 p.m. Civil Situation  reported at Neeley Road and Orchard Avenue, Guerneville.

3:23p.m. Agency assist requested at Highway 1 and Pacific view drive, Timber Cove.

3:29 p.m. Suspicious circumstances reported at Azure Way and Rio Nido Road.

4:10 p.m. Traffic stop at Foothill Boulevard and River Road, Guerneville. Officer cited.

4:11 p.m Lost property reported at Doran Beach Rd/Jetty Campground, Bodega Bay.

11:55p.m Traffic stop made at Drake road and Highway 116 North, Guerneville. Reprimand and release.

10:07 p.m. Suicide attempt reported.

10:45 p.m. Traffic stop made at 1st Street and Mill Street, Guerneville.

Ultimate Guide: The best Bay Area bakeries for pies
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Ultimate Guide: The best Bay Area bakeries for pies

There are some folks who find great satisfaction and pleasure in making their Thanksgiving pies from scratch. For others? Not so much. For those of you looking to outsource your pies this holiday season, these Bay Area bakeries have got you covered.

— Sarah Fritsche

Black Jet Baking Co.

Pies available: Banana cream, coconut cream, pecan, bittersweet chocolate pecan, pumpkin, double-crust apple, apple crumb, apple cranberry ($9 for 6-inch pie; $30 for 10-inch pie).

Other goodies: The shop also has its usual lineup of pop tarts, cookies, danish, croissants, bread and pumpkin layer cakes.

Need to know: Order through Nov. 18. Pick up at the Bernal Heights shop Nov. 20-21. Pickup also available 8-11 a.m. on Thanksgiving Day. Delivery available through Good Eggs, Luke’s Local and Postmates.

833 Cortland Ave., S.F.; 415-829-3905. www.blackjetbakingco.com

Mission Pie

Pies available: Pumpkin, walnut, apple, pear-raspberry (also available vegan and gluten-free) and apple-cranberry ($30 each, except gluten-free, which is $33).

Need to know: Online-only orders through Nov. 19 (or until sold out). Mission Pie will be open Nov. 20-21 for pie pickups.

2901 Mission St., S.F.; 415-282-1500. www.missionpie.com

Tartine Manufactory and Tartine Bakery

Manufactory pies available: Pumpkin, apple, butterscotch cream tart ($50 each). Bakery: Pumpkin, apple ($50 each), plus banana cream tart ($54).

Other goodies: At the Manufactory: Lemon pistachio cranberry teacake and pumpkin teacake ($20 each; max six per customer); wheat-free ginger cookies ($12/bag); pecan diamonds ($15); opera cakes ($40-$70). At the bakery: Passion fruit Bavarian cake ($40-$70); chocolate souffle cake ($46-$85); pumpkin petite teacake and almond pistachio cranberry petite teacake ($11 each); soft glazed gingerbread tile ($6); pecan diamonds ($12); mini gougeres ($30/pound); walnut butter cookies ($12).

Need to know: Orders can be placed online. Maximum six pies/tarts per customer. Thanksgiving orders must be picked up on Nov. 21. Orders that include bread must be picked up after 11 a.m. Orders without bread can be picked up starting at 8 a.m. (Manufactory hours 8 a.m.-4 p.m.; bakery hours 8 a.m.-5 p.m.)

Tartine Bakery: 600 Guererro St., S.F.; (415) 487-2600. Tartine Manufactory, 595 Alabama St., S.F.; (415) 757-0007. www.tartinebakery.com

Revenge Pies

Pies available: Pumpkin, apple, pecan and mixed berry ($40 each).

Need to know: Pies can be ordered by email: preorder@revengepies.com. All orders will be scheduled on a first-come, first-serve basis. Pies can be picked up at Revenge’s commercial kitchen (160 14th St.). Last day to order is Nov. 19.

Three Babes Bakeshop

Pies available: Bourbon-pecan, salty honey-walnut, bittersweet chocolate-pecan (gluten-free), classic pumpkin, pumpkin in graham cracker shell (gluten-free), classic apple, blackberry crumble (gluten-free and vegan options available). All pies are $40 each, except the gluten-free, which are $50.

Need to know: Order online at www.threebabesbakeshop.com. Pick up at its commercial kitchen (2501 Phelps St.). Delivery available via Good Eggs.

Little Bee Baking Co.

Pies available: Pumpkin and apple ($35 each); pear-pecan frangipane and Meyer lemon tarts ($25 for 6-inch; $35 for 9-inch).

Other goodies: Fresh ginger cake, honey apple upside-down cake, persimmon pudding, chocolate gateau ( $25 each for 6-inch; $40 for 9-inch).

Need to know: Orders taken through Nov. 19. If you want pies before Thanksgiving, two-day notice is required. Otherwise, pickup for pies is Nov. 21. Last-minute pies for walk-ins will be available first-come, first-served on Nov. 21. Little Bee accepts orders by email (littlebeebaking@gmail.com) or phone (415-595-4744).

521 Cortland Ave., S.F.; 415-595-4744. www.littlebeebakingsf.com

Theorita

Pies available: Brown sugar pumpkin, bourbon chocolate walnut, Dutch apple, lemon lime leaf meringue, sweet potato coffee cream ($34 each).

Need to know: Online ordering through Sunday, Nov. 11. Pick up Nov. 20-21 at the Divisadero shop. Pickup is also available Thanksgiving Day from 7 a.m.-noon. A limited number of pies will be available for walk-ins the week of Thanksgiving.

834 Divisadero, S.F.; 415-416-6980. www.theorita.com

Mariposa Baking Co. (gluten-free bakery)

Pies available: Apple ($34.50), apple cranberry ($36.50), pumpkin ($13.75 for 6-inch; $28.50 for 9-inch), pecan ($16 for 6-9-inch; $36.50 for 9-inch).

Other goodies: New York cheesecake ($27.50), corn bread stuffing ($15.95), pull-apart rosemary rolls ($13.95 for 6-pack), dinner rolls ($10.95 for 6-pack), corn bread muffins ($12.50 for 4-pack), bread cubes for stuffing ($7.95), butter croissants ($17 for 4-pack), pain au chocolate ($18.75 for 4-pack), cinnamon rolls ($17.95 for 4-pack), pumpkin chocolate-chip muffins ($15.95 for 4-pack).

Need to know: Last day to order is Saturday, Nov. 17. Available for pickup Nov. 16-21.

One Ferry Building, Shop 32, S.F.; 415-445-9860. Also located at 5427 Telegraph Ave., Unit D3, Oakland; 510-595-0955. www.mariposabaking.com

East Bay

Pietisserie

Pies available: Beet ($28), ginger-lemon custard ($26), black bottom walnut ($28), raspberry in chocolate crust ($36), roasted pumpkin in chocolate crust ($28), spiced apple ($30).

Need to know: Order pies online at www.pietisserie.com. Pick up at the Oakland shop Nov. 20-Thanksgiving Day.

1605 Second Ave., Oakland; 510-859-7437. www.pietisserie.com

Sweet Adeline Bakeshop

Pies available: Apple pie with lattice crust ($30), pumpkin ($20), chocolate cream ($25), pecan ($30), chocolate pecan ($30), apple streusel tart ($22), poached pear frangipane tart ($25), fuyu persimmon cranberry ($22).

Other goodies: Chocolate pave ($30), pumpkin cheesecake ($30), persimmon pudding with cranberries and pecans ($35).

Need to know: Pie orders taken by phone or in person through Nov. 18. Orders can be picked up Nov. 21 from 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Desserts for walkins will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

3350 Adeline St., Berkeley; 510-985-7381. www.sweetadelinebakeshop.com

Niles Pie Co.

Pies available: Black-and-blueberry, caramel apple, pear-cranberry, double-crust apple, old-fashioned pumpkin, brown butter brandy pecan, and double chocolate espresso ($21.50 each); holiday apple mince ($25).

Need to know: Pies can be ordered through Friday, Nov. 16, and will be available for pickup Nov. 19-21. The bakery will also have baked goods available for last-minute walk-ins.

32990 Alvarado-Niles Rd., Suite 960, Union City; 510-324-4743. www.nilespie.com

Market Hall Bakery

Pies available: Classic pumpkin ($18.95), pecan tart ($28.95), apple crumble ($26.95), pear-almond tart ($28), chocolate-hazelnut torte ($26), brown butter almond torte ($26).

Other goodies: Pumpkin cheesecake ($26 small; $42 large), chocolate mousse cake ($29 small; $46.95 large), holiday sugar cookies ($12.95 for box of 10).

Need to know: Order online. All orders must be placed by 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17. Orders available for pick-up Nov. 19-21.

5655 College Ave., Oakland; 510-250-6000. https://rockridgemarkethall.com

North Bay Petaluma Pie Co.

Pies available: Maple pumpkin ($25); apple pecan crumble with salted caramel ($28), pear ginger cardamom ($27), pumpkin cranberry pecan crumble ($28), Oh My Ganache ($30), sweet potato ($25), pecan ($28), double-chocolate bourbon pecan ($32), apple ($27).

Need to know: Order online. Deadline for ordering pies is Nov. 19. Pies can be picked up until 4 p.m. on Nov. 21.

125 Petaluma Blvd. North, Suite B, Petaluma; 707-766-6743. www.petalumapiecompany.com

Bouchon Bakery

Pies available: Apple, pecan, pumpkin ($28 for 8-inch pie; $6 for 3-inch mini-pies; any two 8-inch pies $50).

Other goodies: Pumpkin spice macarons ($3.50 each), Thanksgiving shortbread ($4.50 each), pumpkin muffins ($3.25 each), pumpkin doughnuts ($4 each, Thanksgiving Day only).

Need to know: Order either online (https://order.tkrg.com/), via email (wholesale@bouchonbakery.com) or by phone (707-754-4187) by 10 a.m. Nov. 19. Pick up on Nov. 21 or from 8-11 a.m. on Thanksgiving Day.

6528 Washington St., Yountville; 707-944-2253. www.bouchonbakery.com

Chile Pies Baking Co.

Pies available: Harvest pumpkin, pecan, apple caramel with butter crumble, pear cranberry with almond streusel ($30 each). Also available for walk-ins on a first-come, first-served basis: pear caramel with pecan topping and green chile apple ($30 each).

Other goodies: Other baked goods include green chile bacon hand pies ($5 each), scones ($3.50 each) and assorted cookies ($2 each).

Need to know: Place orders through Nov. 18. Pickup available Nov. 20-21.

16290 Main St., Guerneville; 707-666-9411. www.chilepiesbakingco.com

Flour Craft Bakery (gluten-free bakery)

Pies available: Pumpkin ($30), organic apple & cranberry crumb ($35), maple bourbon pecan ($35), vegan apple galette ($30).

Other goodies: Gluten-free holiday stuffing ($10 per bag); classic white dinner rolls ($12 for 4-pack).

Need to know: Order online at https://flourcraftbakery.com/thanksgiving-shop/ by Wednesday, Nov. 14. Pick up Nov. 20-21 at Mill Valley and San Anselmo locations. Quantities are limited, so be sure to order early.

702 San Anselmo Ave., San Anselmo; 415-453-3100. Also: 129 Miller Ave., #300, Mill Valley; 415-384-8244. www.flourcraftbakery.com

South Bay Shampa’s Pies

Pies available: Pumpkin, sweet potato, apple cobbler, pecan, walnut, lemon chess, and chocolate cream ($25 each or $45 for two large pies). Pies are also available in small ($7 each or five pies for $30) and medium ($15 each). Gluten-free, dairy-free and sugar-free versions can be special ordered ($40 each; available in large only).

Need to know: Order online or by phone through Nov. 19. Some pies will be available to walk-ins. Pick up pies Nov. 17-21 at the Pacifica bakery. Additional pickup times can be arranged at their Burlingame Farmers’ Market stall on Nov. 18 and Portola Valley Farmers’ Market on Nov. 21.

1625 Palmetto Ave., Pacifica; 415-412-3592. www.shampaspies.com

Draeger’s Market

Pies available: Pumpkin ($21.50); also, apple, pecan, mixed berry, cherry, strawberry rhubarb, peach ($26.50 each).

Other goodies: Pumpkin cheesecake ($42.50).

Need to know: Deadline to order is noon Nov. 19. Order via phone, online or in person. Pies can be picked up Nov. 21.

222 E. Fourth St., San Mateo; 650-685-3700. Additional locations in Menlo Park, Los Altos and Danville. www.draegers.com

Susie Cakes

Pies available: Pumpkin ($23.95 for 9-inch pie; $10.95 for 6-inch pie), apple crumble and pecan ($31.95 9-inch; $11.95 6-inch).

Other goodies: Pumpkin bread pudding ($36 large; $6.50 individual) and pumpkin cheesecake ($32 large; $6.50 individual).

Need to know: Since production is limited at each bakery, ordering as soon as possible is recommended. Order online, by phone or in person. Deadline for Thanksgiving orders is Nov. 17 (by phone or in-person) and Nov. 18 (online). Pies will be available for pick-up on Nov. 21.

649 Laurel St., San Carlos; 650-282-2253. (Additional locations in Menlo Park, Lafayette, Greenbrae and San Francisco). www.susiecakes.com

Sarah Fritsche is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer. Email: sfritsche@sfchronicle.com. Twitter/Instagram: @foodcentric

October's Most Popular Properties – The New York Times
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October's Most Popular Properties – The New York Times

The most-viewed properties in October on The New York Times’s Find a Home site included a sprawling, ultra high-end house on the Japanese coast, as well as homes in California, Massachusetts, Illinois and Brooklyn, N.Y.

1. Waterfront Estate in Japan

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$20,295,600 (¥2.3 billion) | 1185 Manazuru, Manazuru-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa-ken, Japan

A lavish, 8.5-acre property was the most popular listing in October. About a 90-minute drive from Tokyo, it is ideal for entertaining, with ocean views from every room, a pool, saunas, a fitness room, a tennis court, a massage room and ample space for guests.

Broker: JCR Christie’s International Real Estate


2. California Dreaming

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$860,000 | 15190 Armstrong Woods Road, Guerneville, Calif.

Coming in second was a new three-bedroom home, about an hour and a half north of San Francisco. The woodsy exterior vibe continues inside, with rough-hewed beams and eucalyptus flooring. Nearby: preserved redwood forests.

Broker: Artisan Sotheby’s International Realty


3. Tidy Brooklyn Carriage House

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$1,649,000 | 139 Bond Street, Boerum Hill, Brooklyn

Third was a compact carriage house with one bedroom and an open, lofted space that could serve as a second sleeping area. Lots of light and a roof deck round out this property in one of Brooklyn’s most desirable neighborhoods.

Broker: The Corcoran Group


4. Classic Cape Cod

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$499,900| 4 Marshall Avenue, Hopkinton, Mass.

In fourth place (down from second place last month) was a pretty, three-bedroom Cape Cod-style home, about 45 minutes west of Boston, built in the 1990s. Outside is a new roof and a deck overlooking the yard; inside, fresh hardwood flooring was installed in much of the home.

Broker: Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage


5. Illinois Homestead

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$166,900 | 407 Orchard Street, Chebanse, Ill.

In fifth place was a four-bedroom house built in 1900 that was the most-viewed property in September. The home, about an hour south of Chicago, has the exterior of a vintage farmhouse, but with an updated interior.

Broker: Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

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