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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2014 3la OBITS, from ;)age 2B married on her birthday in LAW ORDER 1950 in Reno, Nev. SHERIFF' S Although in her heart Plumas County was always BLOTTER her home the couple moved Arrests to San Francisco where Blairsden Tom worked in the One person was arrested on a construction industrycharge of DUI. building and repairing electrical power plants. Chester Following Tom's Four people were arrested on retirement in 1986 and after various charges. The first .traveling through every was arrested on charged of state in the union in theirbeing under the influence of motor home she and Tom a controlled substance and returned to her beloved violating probation. The Taylorsville. second was arrested on Jenks loved to travel, charges that included selling eating out and was a a controlled substance, transporting a controlled fabulous cook. She was substance and resisting awarded garden of the arrest. The third was month for her hard work arrested on charges of being in her beautiful garden,under the influence of a Along with her parents, controlled substance, she joins her sister transporting a controlled Barbara. uncles Elmer substance and driving with a and Ambrose Sikes, suspended license. The great-aunt Cecelia fourth was arrested on Chamberlain, Greenville's charges that included being lady banker and former under the influence of a judge, Judy Hogan in their controlled substence. eternal home. A celebration of Jinks' One person was arrested on a life is being planned for the charge of public intoxication. summer of 2014. Interment Portola will take place in the One person was arrested on Taylorsville District' charges of battery and Cemetery. An opportunity vandalism. to express your condolences to the family along with Quincy signing the memorial guest One person was arrested on register is available online charges of public at, intoxication and'resisting arrest. Three people were arrested Quincy, a caller reported call was transferred to South Graeagle fire was paged. A on a charge ofpublic that he needed to go to the Lassen EMS. Indian second ambulance was intoxication, hospital. The call was Valley/Crescent Mills fire requested for a male who had transferred to Plumas was paged, fallen in the driveway. EPHC One person was arrested on District Hospital. PDH and advised that it did not have a charges of being in Quincy fire were paged. Thursday, Dec. 26 second ambulance available. possession of a controlled Assault: In Portola, a caller PDH was paged. Portola fire substance and violating Unknown malady: In reported that an assault was paged for assistance probation. Greenville, a caller victim had been treated in an with a care flight at the Fire " requested an ambulance for emergency room. The victim emergency room. Monday, Dec. 23 his mother. The call was was transported to Renown Structure: In QuincY, the transferred to South Lassen Medical Center in Reno. Dog bite: In Quincy, PDH USFS reported that the Mt. EMS. Indian Valley fire was reported treating the victim Hough Ranger Station paged. Stroke: In Portola, a caller of a dog bite. A deputy hell-port outbuilding had requested an ambulance for contacted the owner of the' burned down. The caller Stroke: In Portola, a caller her husband because she dog who was at the hospital. reported that he showed up requested an ambulance said he had possibly suffered The owner agreed to in-home for work to find the because of a possible stroke, a stroke. Beckwourth fire quarantine of the animal. building's remains still The call was transferred to was paged, the victim was. smoldering. Quincy fire was Eastern Plumas Health Care. transferred to Eastern Saturday, Dec. 28 paged. Portola/Eastern Plumas Plumas H6alth Care and was Blood pressure: In Crescent Hospital was paged, later flown to Reno. Mills, a caller requested an Wednesday, Dec. 25 ambulance for his wife who Trailer: In Portola, a caller Leg: In Greenville, a caller Friday, Dec, 27 had high blood pressure. The reported a structure fire requested an ambulance Pain: In Quincy, a caller call was transferred to across the street. The caller because of a swollen leg. The requested an ambulance for SLEMS. Indian said smoke was coming out call was transferred to a female with abdominal Valley/Crescent Mills fire of a fifth-wheel trailer. SLEMS. Indian pain. The call was was paged. The patient was Portola/Eastern Plumas fire Valley/Crescent Mills fire transferred to Plumas transported to PDH. was paged and responded, was paged. District Hospital. PDH and Quincy fire were paged. Cardiac: In Beckwourth, Saturday, Dec. 28 Wednesday, Dec. 25 SierraValley fire was paged Forest: In Greenville, a Caller Stroke: At Lake Almanor, a Pain: In Keddie, a caller for a male who was having reported a forest fire. The caller requested an requested medical attention chest pain. The victim was call was transferred to the ambulance for her husband for a female who was flown to Reno. USFS. The USFS requested who was possibly having a suffering from abdominal that Indian Valley fire stroke. The call was pain. The call was Unconscious: At Gold respond. The caller said that transferred to Susanville transferred to PDH. PDH and Mountain, a caller requested a cabin was threatened. Interagency Fire Center, Quincy fire were paged, an ambulance for her Indian Valley fire was paged, husband who was breathing Unknown malady: In Cardiac: In Graeagle, a caller but would not wake up. The Medical Greenville, a caller reported that a female was call was transferred to Monday, Dec. 23 requested an ambulance for having chest pain. The call Unknown malady: In her brother who was ill. The was transferred to EPHC. See Blotter, page 4S DEATH NOTICE CHP REPORT Peggy Lou Hansen Greenville resident The following incidents are Peggy Lou Hansen died submitted by Quincy CHP as Sunday, Dec. 29. 2013. a tentative summary pending following a long and the conclusion of the courageous battle with investigation(s). heart failure. She was born in Stampfli Lane Sommerville. N.J., on July At approximately 2:01 28. 1953. to the late George p.m., Chasity A. Calles, 19, of and Naomi (Vangasbeck) Greenville, was driving a Brown. 2002 Ford Expedition In passing Peggy leaves westbound on Stampfli Lane her ~hus~and, Danny east of Highway 89 at a Hansen 0f Greenville; sons, stated speed of 40 mph. Scott Edward Ryanand According tO the CHP Danny Jr.; daughter, Lisa report, Calles Was approaching Highway 89 Hansen: brother, Ray and took her eyes away from Brown: sister. Pat Biella; the road and looked out into and three grandchildren, a field. Calles then allowed Following cremation, the Ford to drift off of the private family services will roadway and onto the north take place. An opportunity dirt shoulder. She tried to to express condolences, bring the vehicle back onto along with signing the the roadway but memorial guest register, is overcorrected to the left and available online at lost control. The Ford The skidded across the family asks that any westbound lane and entered remembrances be made to the eastbound lane. Calles the American Heart then overcorrected to the Association, c/o Fehrman right and the Ford then Mortuary and Crematory, skidded across the P.O. Box 803, Greenville, westbound lane again, CA 95947. to help combat skidded across the north flirt women's heart disease, shoulder, impacted with a barbed wire fence, went Visitors will look here first... and that's how they will find out about you! Plus this colorful magazine is put up on our website at Look for us at your business soon! Weik fv;ard t wrking with Yu! uLL TIN 287 Lawrence St., Quincy .... 135 Main St., Clies-ter---- 283-0800 258-3.115 POITOLI lltOIfll RZ:G01',n 96 E. Sierra (Hwy 70), Portola Call our Chester office 832-4646 258-3115 through the fence and responsibility forthe 1991 Honda Accord was evidence, the CHP was able plunged into an irrigation collision. The investigation traveling eastbound on Main to determine the make, year ditch. The vehicle came to is ongoing and all findings Street approaching the rear and color of the suspect rest with its right side in the will be included in the of the Jeep. According to the vehicle. The suspect vehicle ice-filled ditch. Calles was report. CHP report, the driver~f the was located later that able to exit through the Honda allowed the vehicle to morning. The collision is driver's door and rescued Quincy, Jan. 1 drift to the right. The right still under investigation her son from his car seat on At 12:20 a.m., a white front of the Honda struck the and the identity of the the left rear seat. Due to Jeep Wrangler was parked left rear of the Jeep. The driver is yet to be released. Calles use of her seat belt on the south shoulder of driver of the Honda fled the Anyone with information and her son's use of a car Main Street in Quincy just scene. With the assistance of about this collision should seat, neither occupant west of Bradley Street. A witnesses and physical contact the CHP at 283-1100. received any injury during the collision. Portola McLears Road, Dec. 27 At 7:55 p.m., an unknown vehicle was traveling towards Portola on County Road A-15 at a high rate of speed. The vehicle was unable to negotiate the slight left hand curve and left the roadway. The vehicle continued through the snow and collided with a power pole owned by Liberty Power Company. The vehicle then fled the scene without notifying the proper authorities or taking Insurance Bes! Wishes for a Healthy Prosperous New Year Bob, Jennifer, Terri, Serena and John 25-5014 2920 D Main St., Susanville CA & Associates Holiday shopping was a heart-warming experience at Village Antiques & Associates. We had been acquiring some unique and out-of-the ordinary items throughout the store. It seemed that just the right person came in and found that very special gift for a familymember or friend. We truly appreciate our community shopping locally and supporting our store. From Village Antiques to our friends and patrons in Quincy and throughout the county, we sincerely wish you a happy and prosperous 2014. "Robin" - unaltered female Shepard mix, young adult. Not too fond ~ 0 of cats, but I'm a very loving pouch that would [@~e appreciate a NEW HOME! "Rigby" - unaltered male, Jack Russell mix 3 months old. Happy, curious, energetic and full of fun! Pick Me, Pick Me!! Shelter hours are Monday through Thursday 8am-3pm, Saturday viewing by appointment @8@.. only and closed Friday & Sunday. Plumas Animal Services charges a $10 fee and license fees 888 ~are $15 per year. An officer will deliver a pet to the adopting party's veterinary of choice to ~@ "~ have the animal altered in completion of the adoption rec~uirement. For more information, call ~w" 8~8~ 283-3673 or visit or @@@~ A mmCAN VAI FX HOSPrrAL ;88 " / 8 , N ~ ~ We carry a wide selection of pet food I"~ I and Flea & Tick pro/ucts " , Alta & Lee Rd. Quincy ....