West Santa Rosa domestic violence call prompts police search
Santa Rosa police officers flooded a westside neighborhood Monday morning searching for a possible domestic violence suspect, according to a police official.
Officers were called to Guerneville and Marlow roads about 8:30 a.m. for a report of domestic violence, said Sgt. Jeneane Kucker. There was no victim in the area and a possible suspect ran from the officer, who then called for a search.
About a dozen officers and sergeants participated in the search, joined by officers not busy on other calls and a police drone. No one was found and the effort wrapped up about an hour later.
The search occurred near Monroe Elementary School, which was out for summer break.
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