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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter AW 93%. it. til ORDER Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2020 53 BLOTTER, from page 43 to the CHP. Cell phone hacked On the Beckwourth-Genesee Road, a caller said someone hacked his cell phone. He reported it to the phone company. Hazard reported On Highway 70 west of Lee Summit, a caller said there was a large boulder in the westbound lane. The information was transferred to the CHP. Possible big foot in the attic ' In Quincy, a caller said there was a large animal in her storeroom. She didn’t know what it was. The caller asked to speak to someone in animal control. Animal control officer reported that he was on his way to learn about a large animal, possibly a big foot in the attic. Nothing was found but he did leave a trap. We hope it was a large trap. Squatter issues In Portola, a caller asked to speak to a deputy about a ' squatter issue in the apartment. He said he was also trying to evict a tenant who was in custody. A deputy explained civil procedures. Deputy requested In Chester, a caller said her sister just arrived at the caller’s residence and screamed Obscenities at her. She was violating a restraining order. The deputy explained civil procedures. Account opened In Quincy, a caller reported that someone opened a PG&E account under her name. She said she has never lived in Quincy. It was not a crime. It turned out the utility company made a mistake in the paperwork between two wome with the same name. ’ Citation issued In Portola, a deputy reported citing a woman who was charged with driving an unregistered vehicle. Harassment reported In Chester, a caller reported that a woman was harassing her and she wanted to speak to a deputy. A deputy explained the proper temporary restraining order procedures. Contact information for victim witness was also given to the reporting party. Reckless driver reported Eastbound on Highway 70 from Highway 89 near Graeagle, a caller reported someone driving recklessly. The information was transferred to the CHP. Harassment reported ‘ In Quincy, a caller said that a man was harassing her. Objects banging around In Portola, a caller said he could hear yelling and objects being banged around at his . neighbor’s house. Out of gas In Crescent Mills, a caller reported running out of gas in her driveway. The information was transferred to the CHP. Theft reported In Chester, a caller reported that a theft occurred about a week earlier. She thought she knew who was involved in the incident. The individual agreed to return a battery charger within a half-hour. The person also admitted to extortion. The caller was not interested in pressing charges. Shop fire reported ' In the Crescent Mills area, a caller reported a shop fire. No' one was in the shop and it was unknown what started it. The reporting party did say there was a fire in the fireplace. Crescent Mills and Indian ' Valley fire were paged. The fire was said to be above Pews Ponds. Indian Valley Fire personnel requested mutual aid from Quincy Fire. A Type I engine was needed. Medical was also on its way. The workshop was on fire, but no other structures were threatened. Party time In Greenville, a caller ’ reported that his neighbors were being loud and having a party. A deputy said it was quiet When he arrived. Throwing things outside In Greenville, a caller said her neighbor was outside 7 throwing things and screaming. The neighbor then called and said there were two men trespassing on his property. He was told that it was the deputies who just wanted to talk to him. The subject refused to go to the door and said 'he was fine. He had had an argument with someone and would clean up his'méss in the morning. He said he was going to go to bed. Thursday, Dec. 26 Unusual marks In Portola, a caller said that a patient at the hospital had marks on her wrists from being tied up. She refused to say anything about what happened. The information was given to a sergeant. The victim didn’t want to talk to the deputy. She said she was safe and denied any criminal activity. Suspicious truck In Portola, a‘ caller reported that an orange truck was sitting in front of her house and it hadn’t moved. She said her propane company refused to fill ‘ her propane tank because the truck was in the way. A deputy attempted to contact the registered owner of the truck and a trailer and didn’t get any information. The truck was tagged for removal by the city Is your property fire safe? Insurance company threateningto cancel? Let us help! High Sierra Sheep Co. is taking new clients 'for the 2020 fire season. We provide allainclusive vegetation management services. ‘ Prescribed grazing is an effective, efficient and economical way for vegetation management. Private acreage, municipalities,right—of—ways, housing developments no job is too big or too small! We also provide noxious weed abatement services lilir Call today for a free management plan and estimate 916—990—2049 email: 1577 N. Arm Rd., Greenville, CA 95947 of Portola. A deputy contacted the propane company and they said they didn’t refuse to fill the individual’s tank. The plan was to fill it that day. Unusual place to park . In Delleker, a caller reported that a van had been sitting in one spot since the previous day. Two occupants were inside. The caller said his boss went up to the van and saw an ‘ older man and a younger woman inside. A deputy contacted both parties and no crime had occurred. They left the area. Snowmobile incident At Butte Meadows near Chester, a caller said his uncle was involved in a snowmobile accident. They were taking him to the J onesville Snow Park staging area to meet an ambulance. The information was transferred to SIFC and the CHP. SIFC said that Butte County was handling the incident. Smoke reported On Highway 70 near Quarry Road near Quincy, a caller reported that there was a lot of smoke in the area. Quincy Fire was paged. The information was also transferred to the USFS. They said it was a burn pile and would handle the incident. v Road hazard reported 011 Highway 70 near Belden in the Feather River Canyon, a caller reported seeing rocks in the rOadway. The information was transferred to the CHP. Bah, humbug In Chester, a caller reported that her neighbor was blasting Christmas music. It had been going On for days. A deputy spoke to a man who agreed to turn it down. The deputy said the music was not blasting. Wednesday, Dec. 25 Citation issued At the Taylorsville T, a , deputy'requeSted theICHP for: evaluation. A man Was " ' charged with driving on the wrong side'of the highway ‘ r -. _ Mimic alt CA Ins. License #OB06912 Curtis C. Lomas CTEC #A160713 . 283.2341 372 Main Street Quincy, CA 95971 20 A Crescent St., Quincy, CA ' email: and speeding. Someone ringing the doorbell In Quincy, a caller said she woke up and someone was ringing her doorbell at 3:30 am. She said the back window screen was taken out and the window pried out. She requested that a deputy check it out. Citation issued In Quincy, a deputy cited a man and charged him with driving without a valid drivers license and driving an unregistered vehicle. Suspicious walker In Portola, a caller said that a man was walking eastbound and the Caller was concerned for his safety. A deputy checked the area, but didn’t find the man. Heater’s on y In Quincy, a caller reported that someone might be inside his trailer. He said the heater was on and it was moved around. A deputy said no one was in the residence. It was suspicious circumstances only. Strange noise heard In Blairsden, a caller reported that a strange noise was coming from the house next door. She thought it was either someone snoring or an animal. It was going on all last night and again tonight. A deputy'checked the area, but ' didn’t find anything suspicious. People arguing In the Spring Garden area, a caller said that his son and wife were arguing. There were children in the house. Both people had been drinking. No weapons were involved. A deputy said the man had been drinking. They were arguing only. ' Stuck in the snow Eastbound on Highway 36, 5 miles from Chester, the CHP requested that‘a deputy‘che'c'k on a man stuck in the snow. The CHP didn’t have an officer .INDIVIDUAL .0 BUSINESS ‘_ NON-PROFIT ' ELECTRONIC FILING ' TRUSTS "' Mary Cheek EA, CPA Certified Public Accountant Licensed to practice by the IRS Est. 1992 it Willowv’stgti‘hesier I m MdryCheekCPAmrontiemeinet :1 m a: .. G 3 featheril. financial, Whit {.3th ERSLlI'fllfiCfi: {inmates ' Lori Morrell Lomas, E.A. lorl Morrell Lamas TE'lzunoLLu um» men-r THE BREAUX GROUP BUSINESS AND TAX CONSULTANTS ENROLLED AGENTS The Tax Experts Full Service Bookkeeping & Payroll For the latest tax news, go to BGSH UB. COM Bus: (530) 283-3965 Fax: (530) 283-4369 on duty in that area. A deputy was unable to find the individual. Tuesday, Dec. 24 All points bulletin Pluma's County Sheriff’s Dispatch sent out an all points bulletin for a man described as approximately 5-ft., 6-inches tall, weighingapproximately 300 lbs., with white hair and a beard. The man was seen going from rooftop to rooftop throughout the area. If found do not apprehend! Dogfight reported In Twain, a caller said her neighbor’s dog went into their yard and attacked their dog. They were now in a dispute and are trying to get into a fight with the caller’s husband. A deputy said no one wanted to press charges and they agreed to keep the peace. The dog bite was referred to animal control. Both dogs were injured and one dog needed to go to the vet. Suitcase noted On Spanish Creek Road near Quincy, a caller reported seeing an abandoned suitcase that was filled with personal belongings. It was on the road going toward the water district. A deputy contacted a woman who owned the property and it was returned. Suspicious vehicle noticed In Portola, a caller said there was a suspicious pickup in front of a residence that burned down. Two men were there. A deputy checked the area. Threat reported In Chester, a caller reported receiving threats by mail. The caller asked to speak to a deputy. Suspicious situation In Quincy, a businessperson reported that a man was being verbally abusive toward his child. He was also seen throwing things at the child inside the vehicle. The man was seen going eastbound on’ Highway 70 in a truck. A deputy contacted someone who said she didn’t actually see the man throw things. She said'the man was acting aggressively. The mother said she had full custody of the child. A deputy watched a video and saw no violations. The information was given to the district attorney. Looking for grandson A caller said that her grandson was listed as a runaway in another state. She thought the juvenile was staying with his mother in Chester. The caller asked if a deputy would check the residence. The reporting party also emailed the missing persons flyer to dispatch. A deputy reported that no one was at the residence. There was also no sign of anyone having been there since the last snowstorm. Dog return wanted In Quincy, a caller said that a man took her dog about five months ago and she has been trying to get it back. The man was refusing to return the border collie. A deputy attempted to contact the caller and was unable to leave a message. Bicyclist down On the Monument Peak and Oakland Camp trails near Quincy, a caller reported that his dad was having a medical emergency on the bike trail , above Oakland Camp and Chandler Road west. REMSA was contacted and search and rescue was paged. PDH was paged. USFS was called, but there was no answer. The CHP helicopter was requested from Redding. Redding was unavailable, but was checking with a valley unit. 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