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'Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2015 3B LAW ORDER SHERIFF'S BLOTTER Information in the SheritFs Blotter is gathered from the dispatch logs provided by the Plumas County Sheriff's Office. No individuals" names are reported. Those arrested should be presumed innocent until proven guilty. During the week of Tuesday, Dec. 23, to Monday, Dec. 29, there were 171 incidents handled by dispatchers. The reported incidents resulted in seven arrests, 25 medical responses and five fire responses. Following is a summary of the week's activity: BY THE NUMBERS 8 vehicle accidents 3 deer hit by vehicles 2 stranded motorists ARRESTS Chester One arrested on a charge of violating probation. Graeagle One arrested on a charge of violating probation. Greenville One arrested on a charge of assault with a deadly weapon. Meadow Valley One arrested on a public intoxication. charge of Portola One arrested on a charge of violating probation. Quincy One arrested on a charge of DUI. One arrested on a charge of violating probation. MISCELLANEOUS Tuesday, Dec. 23 Pot solicitor A man in Meadow Valley said his neighbor came to his door with a grocery bag full of containers. He said the neighbor asked ff he would like to have some marijuana. The caller said his neighbor acted confused during the encounter and he wanted someone to check on him. Hidden A man in Westwood said his estranged wife had hidden his motorcycle. Damaged vehicle A woman on Gulling Street in Portola said another woman kicked and damaged her vehicle while she was at a stop sign. Scary dog A man reported his wife was walking home on Lassen Avenue in Chester when a pit bull approached her on the street and wouldn't let her pass. The man said he drove to pick her up. Pillow fight A caller reported a man and woman were fighting at a residence on Main Street in Greenville. The male said the female hit him with a pillow. The woman was arrested on a charge of battery. Wednesday, Dec. 24 DUI A caller on Redberg Avenue in Quincy reported that a truck hit a parked car and continued into the intersection. The driver of the truck was arrested on a charge of DUI. Thursday, Dec. 25 Rollover accident A caller reported a single-vehicle rollover accident on Highway 36 east orAl3. The Caller said the female driver appeared to be OK but was trapped'inside the vehicle. Friday, Dec. 26 Panic attack A caller in Quincy reported her wife was "freaking out" after watching a television show that brought back bad memories. The caller said her wife was having a panic attack and was dizzy. An ambulance was dispatched. Sunday, Dec. 28 Cold and scared A caller who was camping in the woods said he believed there was a mountain lion in the area. He said he was cold and needed a place to stay. The caller was provided the Crisis Line number. Monday, Dec. 29 Invasion of privacy A caller in Blairsden said his neighbor installed a camera that was pointed at the bathroom of his residence. Smoked out A caller on Mill Creek Road in Quincy said his neighbor's burn pile was shrouding the entire neighborhood in smoke. The Quincy Fire Department dontacted the neighbor, who agreed to put out the fire. Intruder A caller on Stover Road in Chester said a man the caller knew tried to get into the residence through a window. The caller was able to keep the man from entering by using a broom. The caller said the intruder claimed he didn't have a place to stay. 252-5014 email: robert.phelps@goAAA.com 2920 D Main St., Susanville CA Anderlini & McSweeney LLP Terry Anderlini is a Northern California Super Lawyer, a Martindale-Hubbell AV rated attorney and Past President of the State Bar of California. We specialize in litigation including wild fire litigation and serious personal injury cases. Local References Call 650-212-tl001 and ask for Terry Anderlini or Chris Andersen tanderlini@amlawoffice.com candersen@amlawoffice.com CHP REPORT witness watched as the vehicle left her sight as she spoke with The following incidents are CHP dispatch. submitted by the QulncyArea A few minutes later, Salazar Californ& Highway Patrol as a returned, driving the Ford tenta rive summary pending the southbound on Redberg with conclusion of the its headlights off. Salazar ingestiga tion(s), drifted over the northbound lane this time and onto the Highway 395, Dec. 24 east shoulder where his Ford Keith Holden, 35, of Redding, struck a 2006 GMC Envoy was driving a 2007 Ford F150 whose owner was visiting southbound on Highway 395, family for the Christmas north of Country Lane, at 55 holiday. mph at 7:25 p.m. Salazar backed his vehicle Due to Holden's lleged up and fled the scene again. unsafe speed while traveling This time he didn't go far and on an icy roadway, he lost pulled into his driveway at 81 control of the truck. It rolled Redberg Ave. over on the west shoulder of The witness stayed on the highway. No other the line with CHP dispatch vehicles were involved, until units arrived on scene. Holden was taken to With plenty of witnesses Renown Regional Medical and Salazar's facial injuries Center in Reno, Nevada, for from the collisions, it didn't treatment of injuries, take long to piece together what happened. Salazar was Quincy, Dec. 24 placed under arrest for DUI, At approximately 11:06 p.m., driving on a suspended Kevin Salazar, 47, of Quincy, license, two instances of hit was driving a green 1994 Ford and run, and violation of pickup northbound on probation, Redberg Avenue, in Quincy, at an unknown speed while North Valley Road, Dec. 25 allegedly intoxicated. At approximately 6:53 p.m., Salazar was arguing with Seth Back, 21, was driving his his passenger when he allowed 1998 Chevy Blazer southbound his vehicle to travel from the on North Valley Road south of northbound lane and into the Pecks Valley Road at a high southbound lane. His vehicle rate of speed, according to the left the southbound lane and CHP report. crossed over onto the west While proceeding through a shoulder, where it struck a left curve, the Blazer crossed 1996 Toyota pickup. Salazar onto the west shoulder and attempted to back away from subsequently rolled into a dirt the Toyota but the bumpers and grass field. were stuck together. Back suffered major injuries A witness heard the as a result of the collision. collision and looked outside to According to the CHP report, see Salazar arguing with his it was determined that Back passenger. Salazar was had been driving while under spinning the tires of the Ford the influence of an alcoholic as he tried to free the two beverage. Back was vehicles. His passenger left the subsequently arrested, then scene and walked back to 81 released to medical personnel Redberg Ave., where they had for continued treatment of his just come from. injuries. He was transported to Salazar was able to free his Enloe Medical Center in vehicle and fled the scene Chico. The incident remains northbound on Redberg. The under investigation. Highway 70, Dec. 26 Christopher Stanton, 65, of Portola, was driving his 2007 Toyota Prius eastbound on Highway 70 at a speed of 65 mph. At the time of the collision, 6:30 a.m., it was dawn. There was an all-black cow standing in the middle of the eastbound lane. Stanton did not see the cow in time to take evasive action. The collision killed the cow, knocking it out of the roadway. Major damage was done to the front of the Prius. Following the collision, Stanton pulled to Toyota onto the south shoulder and called CHP. Highway 395, Dec. 30 At approximately 8:45 a.m., Scott Robison was driving his Toyota Tundra northbound on Highway 395, approaching the Long Valley Agricultural Inspection Station. At the time of the collision, chain controls were in effect on this portion of the highway. The posted speed limit was 35 mph due to snow and ice on the roadway. Robison approached the ag station at a stated speed of 20 mph. Due to Robison's unsafe speed, according to the CHP report, he lost control o he Toyota on the icy roadway. The Toyota collided with the sand barrels just south of the ag station. No injuries were reported by Robison or his passenger. Old Highway, Jan. 1 Arthur Quinones, 31, of Quincy, was riding a 2005 Yamaha ATV westbound on Old Highway west of Highway 70 (eastern junction), at an undetermined speed, at 1:45 a.m. According to the CHP report, due to his alleged state of intoxication, he failed to negotiate a right curve in the roadway. The ATV was driven off the south side of the roadway and down a descending embankment where it subsequently See CliP, page 4B ] Representing Clients, Trustees and Beneficiaries for: Probate, Conservatorships, Wills, Trusts and Estate Planning. (530) www.graeaglelaw.com 6 Graeagle Village Center I To Quafified Households Only Ion Call one of our locations below ~i~... Z{~' for more information or to fill out an application* *Note: If you received assistance in 2014, you must wait until January 2015 to re-apply. 2014 Income Limits For Low Income Energy Assistance A qualified household must have a gross annual income at or below amount as shown below. Family Gross Annual Gross Monthy Size Income Income 1 24,236 2,019 2 31,693 2,641 3 39,150 3,262 4 46,607 3,883 5 54,064 4,505 6 61,521 5,126 7 62,919 5,243 8 64,318 5,359 Ceflain additionalrestrictions do appl~ Plumas County CommEfiity Development Commission (183 W. Main St.) P.OI Box 319, Quincy, CA 95971 (530) 283-2466 (800) 993-5399 www.plumascdc.org T D D (800) 73