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Tara Kaveh, Staff Writer

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Jan 9- An SRJC cadet was patrolling Plover Hall when he noticed a man watching child pornography on a public school computer. The 21-year-old man was arrested on charges of possession of obscene matter depicting a minor and burglary. He was booked at Sonoma County Jail with a bail set at $10,000.

Jan 9- A student witness alerted the SRJC District Police about a physical altercation between 56-year-old Robert S. Brewster and a victim whose name is not being released. After falling to the ground, the victim was injured upon impact and transported to a hospital for medical care. Brewster was arrested on charges of causing injury to a domestic partner and for an outstanding warrant. He is currently being held under his parole status at Sonoma County Jail.

Jan 15- An SRJC District police officer patrolling Steele Lane noticed a man wearing a hooded sweatshirt driving without the vehicle’s headlights on around 6 a.m. He followed the gray Chevrolet Suburban attempting to make a traffic enforcement stop, but the vehicle accelerated away from the officer in a reckless manner. The officer continued to follow and found the vehicle abandoned on Beverly Way. When the owner of the vehicle was contacted, police discovered that it was stolen from his driveway at some point in the early morning. The investigation is ongoing.
 
Jan 21- an SRJC District Police Officer was patrolling Mendocino Avenue, when he noticed a red Ford Escort failing to stop at a red light.  At approximately 8:45 p.m., the officer attempted to make a traffic enforcement stop on Humboldt Street but the driver accelerated away. The Ford came to a dead end on Orchard Street where three male subjects fled on foot. The officer was able to place one subject into custody a 15-year-old male whose name will not be released because he is a juvenile.
Police discovered that the vehicle had been stolen just prior to the traffic enforcement stop. When the vehicle was searched, officers found full bottles of vodka and beer stolen from the nearby CVS Pharmacy. The arrested subject is being held in Sonoma County Juvenile Hall on charges of vehicle theft, burglary, participation in a criminal street gang, resisting arrest, minor in possession of alcohol and for outstanding warrants.

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