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43 Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2020 LAW and, ORDER Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter BLOTTER, from page 33 probation violation charge. A caller said the man was causing a disturbance at some apartments. He was asked to leave, but wouldn’t. A deputy reported the arrest of a woman charged with being intoxicated and resisting arrest. A caller said the woman blacked out and was causing problems. She was also trying to break things. The CHP reported the arrest of someone charged with driving under the influence of combined alcohol and drugs. The individual was also charged with driving with a suspended or revoked drivers license. A deputy reported the arrest of an individual charged with disobeying a court order. A caller requested a civil standby at her residence and to have her ex removed. She wanted to return home. She said she had a stay-away order. A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with probation violation and intoxication. A deputy reported the arrest of two men. One was charged with being under the influence of a controlled substance, possession of methamphetamines and possession of drug paraphernalia. The second man was charged with being . under the influence of a controlled substance and violating his probation. MISCELLANEOUS Monday, Dec. 30 Hazard reported On Highway 70, 1 mile west of the Greenville Wye near Paxton, a reporting party said there was a large. rock in the roadway. The 1‘ A ' ‘ information was transferred to the CHP. ' Vehicle incident , i In Portola, it was reported i that a vehicle was involved a in an incident. No injuries :- were reported. The CHP was on scene and the parties { declined a report. : Fall victim t In the Lake Almanor ‘6 Peninsula area, dispatch - r ; discovered an open 911 call. It i then disconnected. A second 911 call was received. The caller requested an ambulance for a fall victim with a head injury. The information was transferred ‘ to SIFC. I Citation issued In Delleker, a caller ; reportedthat the neighbor’s ' dogs attacked and killed her ; dog. Animal control was notified and an officer was to handle the situation. The owner of the dog was cited. Some things are missing In Delleker, a caller said that a renter took several large items from the house when she left. He asked to talk to a deputy. The deputy said it was a civil issue. The reporting party wanted it on file ‘for insurance purposes. Theft of fuel reported In Portola, a caller reported a theft from his fuel tank. A deputy spoke with the caller and the homeowner and the previous tenant. It came down to suspicious circumstances only. The reporting party requested extra patrol checks. Fraud reported In Portola, a counterfeit $100 bill was discovered. Missing person reported In Portola, it was reported that a woman was missing. The reporting party went by her house and her vehicle, keys and all of her belongings were there. The caller had last spoken to her that morning and didn’t know if she was home at that time. She did have some memory issues. Both the woman’s and her boyfriend’s cell phones went to voice mail. Her ex-husband was in custody. A deputy was to check the boyfriend’s residence in Crescent Mills. Another deputy checked the victim’s residence and then talked to a neighbor who had seen her the previous day. Night shift was to check again. The house in Crescent Mills was also checked and no Contact was made. The reporting party was going to the victim’s house and wanted to meet a deputy there. Information from the cell phone provider showed that the victim’s phone was turned off and no calls were made in 48 hours. The woman was entered into the missing persons database. No location could be provided by the cell phone provider. The in-home worker said she saw the person that morning and she was fine. AT&T pinned the phone to Beckwourth Peak, but the victim still had her phone off. The woman returned home and was fine. Her name and alert were removed from missing persons. In and out of traffic In Chester on Main Street, a caller reported that a male was walking in and out of traffic in front of a business. The information was transferred to the CHP. Disturbance reported InQuincy, a caller said that a woman was yelling in front of her residence. She was upset because the caller asked her to stop feeding feral cats. The woman had a firearm in the residence, but the reporting party hadn’t seen it on the person. The woman agreed to keep the peace and was going to leave. Broken leg reported At the OHV staging area in La Porte,‘a caller said her young son broke his leg. The information was transferred to CalFire. Search and rescue requested On the Gold Lake Forest Highway, a caller said that four adults were lost while hiking the Frazer Falls Trail. They told the reporting party that they were taking a short cut but ended up on the Mohave Trail.»A Honda van was parked at the bottom of the Frazer Falls Trail. N 0 medical was needed and the parties had water. They were all about 50 years old. The reporting party called back and said that they found their way to a paved, closed highway. They were to call 911 so searchers could secure a location. The call pinned to the gold Lake Forest Highway. The missing party was contacted and they were fine. They knew where they were and where the van was parked. They didn’t need further assistance and made it home. Log in the way On West Street just south of Joy Way in Portola, a caller reported there was a log in the roadway. The log was removed before a deputy arrived. Vehicle rollover reported On Clifford Drive at Lake Almanor, a caller reported that a vehicle rolled over the side. It was unknown how many were in the vehicle or if there were injuries. The information was transferred to the CHP. The information was also given to SIFC and search and rescue was paged. Someone from the fire department was on scene and search and rescue was cancelledAzdeputx still. needed for traffic control. The CHP was going to handle the situation. Another rollover reported ’ On Bucks Lake Road at Riverdance Road near Quincy, a caller reported that he just rolled his vehicle. No one was hurt and he was out of it. The information was transferred to the CHP. Juvenile having problems In Delleker, a caller reported an incorrigible juvenile. A deputy counseled the juvenile. Trying to sell drugs , In Quincy, a caller said that a customer approached an employee attempting to sell drugs to him. The deputy said it was suspicious, but no crime occurred. Sunday, Dec. 29 Fall victim reported In Quincy, a caller um:wnu:i1nu:uIitnamunuiuznmamuImmInsla:mrinm:memummwwmwumwwwmmmmmwwmmwmmmm. Charlie This older gentleman is looking for his new homel He is a Cooker Spaniel who is very gentle and loves belly rubs. Bring him home for the New Year! requested medical for a man who fell and was unconscious. The information was sent to REMSA. Quincy Fire and PDH were paged. QRV requested a helicopter. Disturbance reported In Greenville, a caller reported that a man was causing a verbal disturbance. He was going in and out of his house and was threwing things. He was alone. No weapons were involved, but the reporting party thought he owned firearms. A deputy reported that no one answered the door and everything was quiet. Theft reported In Portola, a reporting party said that someone drove up to his house and removed the plates from his truck. He said that tracks were left in the snow that lead back to his neighbor’s house. Hazard in the roadway On the Gold Lake Forest Highway near Frazer Falls, a caller reported that there was a large boulder in the roadway. The information was transferred to the CHP. Suspicious occurrence in vacationland In the Lake Almanor Peninsula area, a reported party said there were suspicious circumstances at her vacation home. She thought that someone might have been in her home. There were no signs of a forced entry and nothing was missing. The property has video surveillance and nothing was seen on the camera. Sitting by the guardrail On Highway 70 between Scott Road and Beckwourth Pass, it was reported that a man in a black sweatshirt was seen sitting on the other Smeeitheguardtailon,e. bridge. The caller was concerned for the man’s safety. A Subaru with a woman driver was parked closer to Scott Road. It wasn’t known if they were together. The information was transferred to Lassen County and to the CHP. Lassen County was on the lookout to the county line from the Lassen side. Plumas County was BOLOing from the Plumas County side. The CHP was unable to locate the subject. Missing person reported In the Crescent Mills area, a reporting party requested a welfare check on someone. He took off from his residence and didn’t return. The reporting party said the individual crashed his truck the previous night and then got into another vehicle and’ drove off. The reporting party was concerned for the man’s safety. A deputy He is friendly, sweet, and loves attention! Milo would like to become part of a family in 2020. Make him part of yours todayl - . (Now offering all animals on Instagram Facebook!) Our office hours are Monday through Friday 8am - 5pm. Saturday viewing is by appointment only. Office { Chicago Title hta)://chicag0titleplumas.com 401A Peninsula Dr. LAKE ALMANOR (530) 681-4004 . hours are subject to change due to staffing; calling prior to visiting shelter is recommended. All potential t adopters must complete an adoption consultation form and be approved prior to adoption. 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The information was transferred to the USFS. Citation issued In Quincy, a deputy reported citing an individual who was charged with driving an unregistered vehicle. Inmate makes a report In Quincy at the jail, a corrections officer requested a deputy for an inmate who wanted to report an incident that occurred just before the arrest. The inmate said he was threatened by another inmate. He was moved to a different housing unit in the jail. Suspicious vehicle activity In Portola, someone reported that a man was circling him with his vehicle. A deputy saw the subject driving on public roadways. There was no crime. Saturday, Dec. 28 Trespasser on the railroad Near Keddie at the railroad tracks on Quarry Road, a caller reported there was a trespasser inside one of the ears, The person. was . refusing to leave. More than an hour later it was reported that the train moved and there was a new access point. A deputy was unable to locate any trespassers. Package issues A caller reported that her father was the victim of a scam although he lived in Tennessee. His packages were tracked to an address in Loyalton. Upside down vehicle On Highway 36 in an area known as Deadman’s Curve, it was reported that a vehicle was upside down and about 15 feet off a cliff. A second report had the incident 1-mi1e from the Clear Creek turnoff at the bottom of the curve. The information was transferred to the CHP. Search and rescue was paged and then canceled. The CHP said the corner was in Lassen County. Stuck at a mine At Crystal Mine, a caller reported that multiple people had been stuck in the snow ‘ since the day before. There was no word about whether they had supplies with them. 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He was concerned that if there was medical aid at the residence whether it was the result of domestic violence. The reporting party couldn’t identify what ambulance was on scene. SIFC, REMSA and QRV said that none of their ambulances were out on calls in that area. The ambulance turned out to be one that was decommissioned and belonged to two people. Everyone was okay. Open line at dispatch Dispatch discovered an open line from Sierraville and could hear a male yelling in the background. Then the call was disconnected. When dispatch called back there was no answer. Reckless driver In Chester, a caller reported a reckless driver in a Honda. The information was transferred to the CHP. Harassment reported In Chester, a caller said she was being harassed by another woman. A deputy attempted to contact the reporting party and left a message. Gunshots heard In Portola, a caller reported hearing two gunshots. A deputy was unable to find anything. Theinformation x was transferred to the CHP. Someone’s punching walls In Quincy, a caller said that her brother was causing problems and was punching the walls inside the residence. The person had been drinking and had been for a couple of days. No weapons or firearms were in the residence. Children were also present. Sergeants contacted the man who agreed to keep the peace. Friday, Dec. 27 Smoke. reported In Greenville, a caller reported seeing a lot of thick smoke. N o flames were noted. Indian Valley Fire was paged. It was a burn pile. Wide load Eastbound on Highway 70 near Maybe, a caller reported that a semi was pulling a wide load. There was no pilot car. The information was transferred to the CHP. Unruly trailer Eastbound on Highway 70 from Sloat, a caller reported ‘ that the driver of a truck that was pulling a horse trailer was all over the road. The information was transferred See Blotter, page SB 8 days $1,270 Statewide “$800 “2.315002128qu9 Donate A Boat or Car Today! 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