The Martinez Police Department has responded to a number of calls within the past week. Some of the instances listed in the Dec. 6 call logs are listed below.
On Dec. 6, officers responded to a report of an assault on a female by a group of males. The incident took place at the Marina on Tarantino Drive. The victim was punched and found to have a black eye. They reportedly refused medical assistance.
Later that day officers responded to a noise disturbance on the third floor of the Martinez Senior Center. The suspect was “laughing and carrying on” at a volume found to be offensive to neighbors.
Officers also responded to reports that a large dog was obstructing a local roadway. Animal control was called in order to abate the hazard caused to motorists.
A suspicious person was also reportedly seen to be walking through Gardenia Court. The man in question was seen wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt, a ball cap and blue jeans, and was observed to be rummaging through recycling. The suspect was gone by the time a squad car arrived on the scene.
A 21-year old woman later called the Martinez Police Department asking for advice. The woman said she stuck a deer while driving on a local roadway but did not stop due to panic. She asked for assistance in filing a damage report.
Lastly, officers responded to reports of a vehicle theft in Shoreline Park. A garage door was reported to have been stolen and the residents were not at home. A security check was requested.