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2B Wednesday, May 2, 2018 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter VITAL STATISTICS/ LAW and ORDER LIFE TRIBUTES Maxine Louise Brown Maxine Louise Brown, 87, of Lake Almanor, passed away April 22, 2018, in Carson City, Nevada. Maxine was born July 11, 1930, in Fairfax, Oklahoma. She is survived by her husband, Bobby Don Brown; daughters, Verlene Anne Baldwin and Nita Louise Walmer; grandsons, David Baldwin and Charles Torres; granddaughter, Cyra Frandsen; and great-grandsons, Beau, Caleb, Elijah, Isaiah and Isaac Frandsen. A funeral service was held Saturday, April 28, at Walton's Chapel of the Valley, 1281 N. Roop St Carson City, Nevada. Graveside services will be held Thursday, May 3, at 12:30 p.m. at Northern California Veterans Cemetery, 11800 Gas Point Road, Igo, CA. Christine (Bailey-Hill) Bruner it is with great sadness to announce that Christine (Bailey-Hill) Bruner, 61, passed away on March26, 2018, surrounded by her loved ones at Renown Hospital. Chris was born on Nov. 8, 1956, in Gary, Indiana, where she attended Merrillville High School. Later in life, her family moved to Nebraska, where she had her two beautiful daughters. In 1981, Chris moved her little family to Quincy. Here she raised her daughters, worked multiple jobs all while attending Feather River College where she would earn her AA degree. On Oct. 7, 1995, she married James Nelson Bruner in Quincy. She was always the life of the party, her laugh could be heard from afar. She enjoyed camping .and swimming in the beautiful country where she enjoyed living. She also had a great love for her numerous pets. Chris was survived by her husband, James Bruner; daughter, Kerry Ann (Ryan) Williams; granddaughter, Hannah Violet McCormick; and grandson, Colin Williams; stepdaughter, Josette Marie Bruner; sisters:in law, Barbara Ann Bruner and Theresa Marie Brock; brother-in-law, Paul Edward Bruner; and all of their lovely children. Chris was preceded in death by her parents, Everett Jacob and Dorothy Bailey; daughter Candy Lynn Hill McCormick; sisters, Denny Bailey, Lila Bailey; brother, Jay Bailey; brother-in-law, Ronald Dale Bruner; as well numerous friends. Services will be held Saturday, June 16, at 3 p.m. in Gansner Park. Sue Ann Crites Ann Crites, 68, passed away April 11, 2018, in O r6ville, surrounded by loved ones. Sue Ann was born June 17, 1949, in Greenville, to Gr0bner and Alice Williams. She had three siblings: Jefferi, Dale, and Laurie. Sue Ann graduated from Greenville High School in 1967. In 1985 she returned to school, majoring in criminal justice at Butte Community College, proudly earning a 4.0 grade point average. A lini MiMtada b ll aV ammv2 aM C3difem W " " Switch to DISH Call 6 I 2t. ! ml ,mk: PCIRC Sue Ann often described her childhood growing up in TaylorsviUe as idyllic. She loved horses, swimming in Indian Creek, camping on Diamond Mountain and at Crystal Lake, and eating venison caught by her dad and home-baked goodies created by her morn. Sue Ann often bragged that her mother baked a different dessert for each night:s dinner. She had fond memories of her dad ' surprising her and her siblings with baby chipmunks abandoned in hollowed-out trees he found while logging. Sue Ann was a well-known wordsmith and a proud quintessential mother to her two children, Mindy and Jarold. During their grade school years, she volunteered. as their homeroom mother. Every night of her children's formative years, Sue Ann, Mindy and Jarold played board games and put together puzzles followed with a bedtime storybook. These nightly routines were the bedrock of their loving relationship. Sue Ann was a hard worker with a supreme work ethic. She had multiple careers in California and New Mexico: realtor; weighmaster; bookkeeper; and business owner. Sue Ann was well-liked and loved. She was celebrated for her quick wit and big heart. Throughout the years, Sue Ann gave many donations to non-profits that worked to educate youth around the world. She was also .known to buy meals, drive around Oroville and pass them out to homeless people. Sue Ann's greatest joy in life were her grandchildren. She spent countless hours at their ballgames and music recitals. Sue Ann leaves a huge void in their lives. Sue Ann is survived by her daughter, Mindy Stokes (Katie) and son, Jarold Stokes; grandchildren, Reagan, Payton, Jackson and Solefl; sister, Jefferi Smith and brother, Dale Williams. She was preceded in death by her beloved parents, Grobner and Alice Williams and her dear sister, Laurie Beck. A service, with a potluck to follow, will be held May 12 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Taylorsville Methodist Church. All are welcome to bring a dish to share'with others and encouraged to bring their favorite memory or two of Sue Ann to share as well. OBITUARIES Ralph Kenneth Whitt Ralph Kenneth Whitt passed away April 25, 2018, in Chico. He was 69. Newton-Bracewell is the funeral home handling arrangements. SHERIFF'S BLOTTER Information in the Sherb'f's Blotter is gathered from the dispatch logs provided by the Plumas County Sheriff's Off'we: No individuals' names are reported. And those arrested should be presumed innocent until proven guilty. The following is a summary of the week's activity from Wednesday, April 18, to Tuesday, April 24. BY THE NUMBERS 47 medical requests 26 calls to the CHP 26 suspicious activities reported 17 disturbances reported 14 arrests 14 911 calls reported 12 alarms reported 11 animal control reports made 10 extra patrol checks reported 10 probation reports 10 requests for assistance 9 civil complaints 8 drug-related reports 7 responses from the fire departments for fFes 5 reports of assisting other agencies 4 thefts reported 4 deaths reported 4 burglaries reported 3 welfare checks requested 3 reports involving property 3 reports concerning intoxication ARRESTS Chester A deputy reported the arrest of a man who was charged with being,under the influence of a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance. A deputy reported the arrest of a man who was charged with being under the influence of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, probation violation and possession of a controlled substance. It was reporte that a woman was arrested andcharged with resisting arrest, probation violation and violation of a restraining order. Greenville A deputy reported the arrest of a woman who was charged MARRIAGE LICENSES April 20 Sarah Elaine Burgess Rich and Edward Randolph James, both of Stirling City. April 23 Kelly Ann Johnson and Richard Otis Williams, both of Englewood, Colorado. Sara Marie Posey and Luke Orian Tande, both of Quincy. April 26 Jennifer Krystal Miller and Joseph Andrew Pacheco, both of Clio. with being under the influence of a controlled substance and disobeying a court order. A deputy reported the arrest of a man who was charged with being under the influence of a controlled substance. A deputy reported the arrest of a man who was charged with spousal abuse and child endangerment. The deputy was to notify victim witness. A caller reported that he could hear a fight outside with a woman yelling for help. He said he couldn't see them. He called back and reported where the house was. He said it was quiet at the time, but thought that someone needed assistance. Keddie An anonymous caller reported an illegal grow. A deputy reported it to detectives. Portola A deputy reported the arrest of a woman who was charged with resisting arrest and spousal abuse. A caller reported that his domestic partner hit him when she was intoxicated. He went for a drive to avoid her, Quincy A deputy reported the arrest of a man who was charged with being under the influence of a controlled substance. It was reported that a man was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia. CHP reported the arrest of a man who was charged with driving under the influence. CHP reported the arrest of a man who was charged with driving under the influence and resisting arrest. A deputy reported the arrest of a woman who was charged with disobeying a court order. A sergeant reportedthe arrest of a woman who was charged with violating probation and a restraining order. A sergeant reported the arrest of a man on a probation check. He was charged with being under the influence of a controlled substance, probation violation, and possession of drug paraphernalia. MISCELLANEOUS Tuesday, April 24 Attempted break.in In Meadow Valley, a caller reported that someone tried to break into his house during the night. He said he woke up and his back door was open at 1:30 a.m. About two hours later he discovered that one of his vehicles had been gone through. He thought the key was missing. He asked for extra patrol checks. A deputy talked to the individual who thought he knew who was involved. AMERICA'S TOP 120 Channels $59.Wmo. DVR included! Offer exDIres 7/11/18. Restrictions aoo~y, Call for details Local Dealer, Local Service, Call Today! 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Serving Plumas, Sierra and Lassen counties, Manni Funeral Home arranges home appointments if you are unable to travel. 300 WWW.MANNIFuNERALHOME.COM 530-832-4673 appear that anyone else was on the property. Vandalism reported In Meadow Valley, a caller reported that two cars were broken into. The caller wasn't sure if anything was missing. A deputy reported that no crime occurred, but it was suspicious. Theft, burglary reported In Chester, a caller reported fmding a cash register empty and the jewelry case empty. They were going to look at a neighboring business's video. Possible head injury In Meadow Valley, a caller reported that a man fell off a ladder. He was conscious but he was concerned about a possible head injury. The call was transferred to REMSA, Meadow Valley and Bucks Lake fire departments and Plumas District Hospital. Weapon noted In Portola, a caller reported that a man with a dog was walking toward the school. He turned left toward the middle school and then toward the post office. The individual had a rifle over his shoulder. A deputy was notified and two CHP units. They were unable to locate the man. What was he looking for? In Graeagle, a caller reported seeing a man lying down and looking down a drainage ditch. He had a jogging stroller next to him near the roadway. The caller thought it was suspicious. The call was transferred to CHP. Wild west Near Cromberg, a caller reported that two mules and a horse were loose on Gill Ranch Road. The owner was aware the animals were loose. The caller was concerned they were heading toward Highway 70. The call was transferred to CHP. Sick doggy In Po 0!a,a caller reported that ,his dog,got parvo and he couldn't afford .the vet bills to care for it. The caller was given the number for animal control. Reckless drivers reported On Highways 70 and 89 to Portola, a caller reported a reckless driver. Then on Highway 89 toward Truckee another caller reported a second reckless driver. Both calls were transferred to CHP. Monday, April 23 Too noisy and more In Crescent Mills, a caller reported that some people were running heavy equipment and had an unattended burn pile. The caller said they shut down the machinery but she was still concerned about the fire. A deputy reported that he spoke to the caller and he learned that he couldn't reach the home in question because they had the road blocked with equipment. It turned out that the fire was built on a dirt lot. The deputy said he would check on it and attempt to contact the other people. He did talk to a man who said he was done with the machinery for the night and would keep an eye on the fire. Tapping the old BBQ In Portola, a caller reported that someone was outside and tapped on his barbecue. The caller said he does have a weapon. He said he could still hear them. He knew it wasn't an animal because someone was tapping out a tune on the barbecue. Then he heard someone try his back door handle. A deputy reported that there was trash all over the backyard. The deputy thought it was a bear-- a tuneful bear? Alternative Sentencing update In Quincy, a caller reported thai a woman involved in the Alternative Sentencing Program was seen purchasing alcohol, Burglary reported In Taylorsville, a caller reported that someone broke into her home sometime during the winter. She said they had cleaned it up and didn't need a deputy. See Blotter, page 3B t ill!