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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2018 T SHERIFF'S Eastern Plumas Health Care and Long Valley Fire were BLOTTER paged. The suspect was transported to PDH. Information in the Sheriff's Blotter is gathered from the Greenville dispatch logs provided by the During a probation check, a Plumas County Sheriff's Office. deputy reported that the No individuals' names areresident wouldn't open the door. reported. And those arrested The man was arrested and should be presumed innocent charged with being under the untilproven guilty, influence of a confrolled substance and probation The following is a summary violation. of the week's activity from July 24 to July 30. Portola A man was charged with BY THE NUMBERS violating a court order. A caller 52 calls for medical assistance reported that a man was in 49 reports to CHP violation of a restraining order. 39 reports of a suspicious nature He called and said he was going 35 calls to 911 to get a woman's vehicle at her 24 disturbances reported job. 18 reports to animal control 17 civil reports A deputy reported the arrest 16 boating reports of two men. One was charged 15 arrests reported with driving under the 14 requests for assistance influence and having a blood 13 thefts reported alcohol level of 0.08 or higher. 12 requests for welfare checks The second man was charged 11 alarms reported with being intoxicated in 8 probation reports public. 7 reports for code violation activities A deputy reported the arrest 6 reports of vandalism of a woman charged with being 5 reports involving intoxication under the influence of a 4 reports of harassment controlled substance and 4 reports of assisting other violating probation. agencies 4 reports about mental health Quincy 4 reports involving drugs A deputy reported the arrest 4 reports involving the courts of a man charged with false 4 burglaries imprisonment. A woman 3 reports of fraud reported that her husband took 3 trespassing reports the keys to her car and wouldn't 3 assaults reported give her the child. He then 3 reports involving property pushed her and wouldn't allow her to leave. She walked to a ARRESTS business and asked to be Caribou contacted by a deputy. CHP reported the arrest of a man charged with driving A deputy reported the arrest under the influence, of a man charged with violating probation. Chester A deputy reported the arrest A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with violating of a man charged with violating probation, possession of drug parole. paraphernalia and possession of. methamphetamine. In Quincy, CHP reported the arrest of a man charged with Deputies reported the arrest intoxication. of a man charged with being under the influence of a CHP reported the arrest of a controlled substance, probation man charged with being violation and possession of intoxicated. A caller reported methamphetamine, seeing someone on a bike along the bike path that appeared to Clio be extremely intoxicated. The A deputy reported the arrest information was transferred to of a man charged with false CHP. A second caller said the imprisonment. A caller reported individual was flailing around that a vehicle hit a rock just on the ground. PDH was asked past the Clio trestle. No injuries to respond as a precaution. were reported. The information was transferred to CHP. Then MISCELLANEOUS there was a report of a domestic Monday, July 30 dispute between a man and a woman and the woman stabbed Potbelly troubles the ~ with a pair pf scissors In Taylorsville, a caller and left the scene. No medical reported that a potbelly pig was was needed. A second report loose on her property. It went came in from a man who said he home, but then returned. could hear numerous parties Animal control contacted the yelling by the river. A deputy owner and told him to go get his wanted victim witness notified, pig. A deputy reported that the pig was in the road, but that Cromberg wasn't a crime. The caller CHP reported the arrest of a reported that the pig was back person charged with driving in her yard and in and out of the under the influence of drugs, street. CHP dispatch reported that someone failed to yield on Plate stolen Highway 70 at Camp Layman. A In Chester, a caller reported deputy was requested to provide that someone stole the license backup. CHP reported that one plate off his vehicle. unit had a woman at gunpoint that was not cooperating. The Trash dumped woman was detained and fire In the Chilcoot area on USFS and medical were requested. Road 24N88, a caller reported the illegal dumping of household trash. The suspect was known. The information was given to USFS. Out the window Eastbound on Highway 70 at the Greenhorn Ranch Road in Spring Garden, a caller reported that several people in a sedan were throwing cigarette butts out the window. The information was transferred to CHP. Fire reported In Blairsden, a caller reported a vegetation fn'e that was producing dark smoke. The call was transferred to the USFS. Plumas Eureka and Graeagle fire were notified. An engine and a water tender were requested. CHP reported the smoke was coming from USFS Road 23N33. Two structures were threatened. Eastern Plumas Health Care was paged as a precaution. The incident command was set up for the Woodrat incident. Medical was staging at the bottom of Guidici Lane. IC reported the flames were knocked down and a line was cut around the fire. It was about 1 acre or less. Scare reported In Taylorsville, a caller reported receiving a credit card scam. She said the caller claimed to be from Apple. She said she would cancel the card she gave to the scammer. Squatter reported In Portola, a person requested a civil standby while locks were changed. A Realtor and a locksmith were going to be present. The Realtor thought that squatters were in the residence. Too smoky for helicopter When a Greenville resident kept falling and needed help, PHI, Indian Valley and Crescent Mills fire responded. REMSA Careflight helicopter couldn't land because of poor visibility. The patient was transported by ambulance to PDH. Sunday, July 29 Suspicious activities In Quincy, a caller reported that a resident was going through all the mailboxes for a trailer park. A deputy reported that no one actually saw the individual going through the boxes. He wanted a ride In Tayjorsville, a caller reported that a little earlier a young man walkgd onto their property and said he needed to get to e twood. A d l uty unable to locate anyone within a 5-mile radius. needed. A deputy said the man did not press charges. Withdrawals reported In the Lake Aimanor area, a caller requested medical help for a woman who was having heroin withdrawals. The information was transferred to SIFC. SIFC requested a deputy. At gunpoint At the NASA Station near Quincy, a caller reported that he took a road to the left of the Mt. Hough Ranger Station and there were people pointing guns at him. A deputy checked the area, but couldn't locate anything suspicious. Assault investigated In Taylorsville, a deputy reported investigating an assault that occurred during the night. A woman reported the suspect might be staying in Quincy. Head injury reported At Rock Creek on Highway 70, it was reported that a man had a fractured skull and broken ribs. Earlier it was reported that someone received second hand information that a swimmer had hit his head. He was in and out of consciousness at the Rock Creek swimming hole. The loud and the reckless At the North Campground at Lake Almanor, a caller reported that two men and a woman were going through a trashcan. They were talking to each other, breaking bottles and being loud. They were gone when assistance responded. Saturday, July 28 Locked out in the buff In Quincy, multiple calls came in about a woman who locked herself out of her house. She was naked and wrapped in, a blanket. The woman was transported to the hospital. Car stolen In Quincy, a caller reported that her car was stolen, but then she just saw it as it passed her on Highway 70. It was traveling westbound near Graeagle. The caller said she was following it. The caller reconnected later and said she was having a civil issue with the man who was purchasing the car. Dog attacked In Chester, a caller reported that a dog went through the Unhappy campers fence and attacked his dog the At the Spanish Creek day before. Campground near Quincy, a caller reported that the people Campfire reported in one campsite were refusing CHP reported seeing a large to follow the rules. They had campfire at Indian Jim School been drinking. The information in the Feather River Canyon. was transferred to CHP. The information was Additional units were transferred to USFS. requested. The people agreed to keep the peace and move on in Bite case reported the morning. In Quincy, a caller reported a man was bitten by another man. Attempted break-in No medical attention was Near La Porte, a caller Help wanted In the Greenville area, a caller reported being flagged down by an elderly woman. She seemed disoriented and needed help. The information was transferred to PHI. Indian : Yailey and Crescent Mil/s fire were notified and PDH was contacted. A relative of the woman was told of the situation. She was given a ride home. reported that a disturbance occurred during the night. A group attempted to break-in to some place and caused a disturbance. A deputy contacted the caller and no damage was done. A deputy was asked to give a trespass warning. Naked and alone In Quincy, a caller requested medical aid for a man who asked her to call 911. He was naked on his front porch. He said his girlfriend was unconscious. There was no woman in the man's house. FHday, July 27 Suspicious bag In Greenville, a caller reported that a woman was carrying a couple of bags and was going through a neighbor's yard. A deputy contacted the woman who was going to a family member's house and was collecting cans. Bag of bones In Portola, a deputy reported receiving a bag of bones at the substation. Theft reported At the Lake Almanor Peninsula, a caller reported that someone stole fishing equipment. Traffic hazard reported On Highway 70 in the Portola area, a caller said that a vehicle was offthe road and that another vehicle was trying to pull it back onto the roadway. The caller was concerned because it was happening on a blind corner. Doggy didn't get to dip In Chester, a caller reported that when he went to take his dog swimming a pit bull charged his vehicle: He requested contact from animal control. Foul smell reported In Quincy, a caller reported that a suspicious smell was coming from a busir/ess' garbage can. It was described as the smell of a rotting animal. A deputy reported that it was only trash and nothing suspicious. Shotgun heard In Portola, multiple reports came in from people who thought they heard a shotgun, and then from people who heard a loud explosion. A man said he could hear numerous people yelling by the river. A deputy said two loud sounds sounded like fireworks. Thursday, July 26 No lifejacket noted At the Canyon Dam boat launch at Lake Almanor, a caller reported that someone on a Seadoo wasn't wearing a life vest. Citation issued - In Quincy it was reported that a man was cited and charged with having a dog without a license and having an unaltered dog. Diverting water In Quincy, a caller reported she was concerned about people diverting the creek water near Lee Road. She was provided with a number for fish and wildlife. Citation given In Quincy, a citation was given to a woman for having three dogs that weren't licensed. Fire hazard reported Eastbound from Quincy on Highway 70, a caller reported seeing a vehicle dragging a chain. The caller was' concerned that it was afire hazard. The information was transferred to CHP. Don't honk In Chester, a caller reported that someone was driving around the neighborhood honking the car horn for a few hours during the night. Another chain dragging In the Beckwourth area on Highway 70, CHP reported that a SUV pulling a trailer was dragging a chain and throwing sparks. The SUV was last seen westbound on Highway 70 near Nervino. CHP handled the situation. Being followed In the Greenville area, someone received information that someone else might have been followed home. Extra patrols were put in place. They were also on the lookout for a vehicle. Wednesday, July 25 Complaint received In Greenville, a detective received a complaint that a registered sex offender might be employed at a place he wasn't supposed to be. The manager said the man worked asa handyman, but didn't have access to anything or anyone. A detective determined the individual was not in violation of his legal agreement. Unruly campers reported In the Beckwourth area, a caller reported that a family at a Flashlights noted in Chester, a caller reported They threatened the that some people were in a campground host, were lighting business with flashlights. A off fireworks and got in the deputy reported that the host's face and were yelling. A building was secure and deputy was unable to fred the everything was fine. suspect. Ride needed Someone from Feather River College called 911 to request a ride to Reno. The individual was counseled on the proper use of 911. Threats reported In Chilcoot, a caller reported that a man threatened her during the night. 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