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21B Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter VITAL STATISTICS/LAW and ORDER OBITUARIES Robert Edward Bailey Robert Edward Bailey, 95, died Dec. 27, 2016. He was born Oct. 24, 1921, in Danville, Illinois, to Charles Clinton Bailey and Ruth Edna Long Bailey. The family later moved to Appleton, Wisconsin, where Bob attended school. After graduation, he enrolled in Cornell College at Mount Vernon, Iowa, on a basketball scholarship. While a student there in 1941, he contracted polio. For therapy he became active in swimming and was hired after graduation to be the swimming director at the Des Moines, Iowa, YMCA camp. While in that position he became acquainted with a counselor, Joan Mcintire, of Des Moines, at the nearby YWCA camp. They were married a year later, in 1944, and moved to Eldora, Iowa, where he was a coach and teacher. Their son, Robert Moore, was born in Eldora in 1945. In 1947 the family moved to Buhl, Idaho, where Bob became an employee at the Buhl Herald newspaper, which was owned and published by his father-in-law. The early death of Robert McIntire in 1949 cast the trainee into the role of editor and publisher, a job he held until retirement in 1986. Their daughter, Barbara Jo, was born in 1952. In 2004, he moved to be with his daughter and son-in-law to Blairsden. He was active in the BuM and Portola Rotary Clubs and was a 65-year member. He was also a lifelong Methodist and active at the BuM and Portola Methodist Churches. He also volunteered at the Eastern Plumas Health Care Center where he visited residents and called Bingo. In 2008, he moved to Boise where he was liv.ing at the time of his death. He is survived by a daughter, Barbara Cox, of Blairsden, daughter-in-law, Obituary Policy Feather Publishing provides death notices free of charge, or offers paid obituaries. Paid obituary notices start at $80 for up to 350 words, and may include a photo for an additional $10. For each additional 50 words, there is a $10 charge. For more information or to arrange for these notices, contact one of our offices during business hours, or e-mail: typesetting@plumas news.com, subject: obit. two granddaughters and four great grandchildren, all of Boise. He was preceded in death by his wife Joan, son Robert M. Bailey, son-in-law Richard Cox, his parents, brothers Richard and James, and sister Dorothy Olsen. Bob suggested any memorials be made to the choice of the donor. A celebration of his life was held at the BuM Methodist Church on Jan. 7. Susan Kay Short Quincy resident, Susan Kay Short passed from this life peacefully, early New Year's morning, 2017, at her residence with her husband and daughter at her side. Born in Upland, on Feb. 16, 1950, to Ralph and Frances (Pascoe) Allen, she was raised and educated in Ontario graduating from Chaffey High School as a member of the Class of 1968. She went on to further her education at Chaffey Junior College where she received her dental assistant certification. while her husband was - fmishing his education, she worked for Loma Linda University School of Dentistry. On Sept. 13, 1969, Susan married her high school sweetheart, Jerry Short, in Ontario. They later adopted their two children. The couple moved to Fair Oaks, then Twain Harte before Jerry's career with the USFS took them to Oroville and then, in 1994, to the northeastern California community of, Quincy. Susan devoted her life to that of caring for her family. A devoted Christian she was fellowshipping at the Meadow Valley Community Church. She found pleasure in traveling to and visiting family. In her passing, she leaves her loving husband and devoted caregiver, Jerry Short, of Quincy; son, Christopher Short and his wife Rashelle, of Oroville; daughter, Emily Short, of Quincy; and was the loving grandmother to Makynna and Michael; while also being survived by a brother; Steve Allen, of Bull Head City, Arizona; and a sister, Debbie Beierle, of Upland. A celebration of Susan's life was held Jan. 7; at the Meadow Valley Community Church. An opportunity to express your condolences to the family along with signing the memorial guest register is available online at fehrman mortuary.com. Sanford Andrew Shrout Sanford Andrew Shrout passed away Dec. 25, 2016, near his home in Libby, Montana. He was doing what he loved most hunting mountain lions with his dogs. Sanford was born June 24, 1962, in Fremont. He moved to Lake Almanor in 1966 with his family. His grandfather, Sanford (Slim) Shrout and his father Andy Shrout established Plumas Tire Supply. Sanford grew up hunting and fishing and developed his love of the outdoors. Sanford graduated from Chester High School in 1980. He also loved working on cars and was an excellent mechanic. He always had a job. In 1993, he moved to Montana, a place which fulfilled his dreams of hunting and fishing. He loved the open spaces and the hunting and fishing available in Montana and Idaho. He became a houndsman. He loved training his dogs and working with them. He spent every moment he could out hunting or working his dogs. He especially loved hunting mountain lions. He was a past president of the Montana State Houndnsmen Association and had many houndsmen for friends. He took part in field trials and bench shows with his dogs. One of his dogs was the Top Dog in Montana. He worked on several mountain lion studies with the Montana Wildlife and Fish. He often said that he had been born years too late. He would have been a mountain. man like Jim Bridger or John Coutler, He was a .modern day mountain man. Sanford lived the kind of life he wanted; he didn't just wish for it He died how he would have wished, only much too soon. He leaves his father, Andy Shrout and stepmother, Robin, of Oregon; mother Diane Morrow and stepfather, Tom Morrow, of Hamilton Branch; sister Stephanie Morford, of Chico; and brother, Steve Shrout, of Chester; plus a nephew and three nieces. A memorial will be held later in the spring in Libby, Montana. MARRIAGE LICENSES Dec. 15, 2016 Karen Rhodes and Richard Stockton, both of Quincy. Dec. 16, 2016 Karin Eileen Wright and Mark Douglas Tande, both of Quincy. SHERIFF'S BLOTTER Information in the Sheriff's Blotter is gathered from the dispatch logs provided by the Plumas County Sheriff's Office. No individuals' names are reported. And those arrested should be presumed innocent until proven guilty. During the week of Tuesday, Dec. 27, to Monday, Jan. 2, there were 264 incidents handled by dispatchers. The reported incidents resulted in 15 arrests, 45 medical responses and 11 fire responses. Following is a summary of the week's activity: BY THE NUMBERS 24 Suspicious activity reports 24 Accident reports 21 Calls to 911 15 Dog reports 14 Loud disturbance reports 14 Domestic dispute reports 11 Welfare checks 8 Alarm reports 8 Probation checks 8 Theft/burglary reports 8 Fireworks reports 7 Patrol checks 6 Rocks in the road reports 5 Harassment reports 4 Possible DUI reports 3 Danger of self-harm reports 2 Weapon reports 2 Death reports 2 Juvenile reports ARRESTS Beckwourth One arrested on charges of public intoxication and probation violation. Chester One arrested on a charge of a local warrant. Cromberg One arrested on a charge of spousal abuse. Greenville Two arrested on a charge of probation violation. One arrested on charges of being under the influence of a controlled substance and probation'Violat4om Portola One arrested on charges of public intoxication and probation violation. about a city snowplow hitting his car on Christmas Eve. Low visibility hazard In Quincy, a caller reported two hitchhikers near Spring Garden on the side of the road that are barely visible and she almost hit them. Wednesday, Dec. 28 Busted pipes A caller in Chester reported broken pipes in the walls. Water is leaking out the doors. The caller does not have the address only that it's the tan building across the street from Mi Casita with three garages. Thursday, Dec. 29 The down side of thrift store shopping In Greenville, a caller reported the theft of her purse last year. She did not report it then. Now she knows who took the purse and requests to speak to a deputy. A deputy spoke to the caller who would like the information on rifle that her daughter saw someone in town with a similar purse as the one that was stolen. Roadside camping A caller in Chilcoot reported a couple on the side of the road with a fire going near their car. Slip sliding away In Quincy, a caller reported hit and run damage to their building. There is damage to a post in front of American Valley Hardware. Winter sports A caller in JohnsvilIe reported that another dog that was not on a leash attacked his dog. The caller did not know who the subject was and he was snowshoeing. His dog is ok, he just requests the information on file. The attacking dog was a large German shepherd and was really aggressive. The subject did not make any attempt to put his dog on a leash. The caller contacted the park ranger who said he was off duty. No snow in Tennessee? In Greenville, a caller reported a white van that is driving in the middle of the roadway at approximately 8 mph with Tennessee plates. A sergeant pulled the vehicle over on Hwy 147 and said it is a transport van going to the jail. The parties driving are not familiar with mountain driving or ice. Quincy One arrested on charges of being under the influence of a controlled substance and probation violation. One arrested on a charge of probation violation. Five arrested on a charge of public intoxication. Two arrested on a charge of driving under the Friday, Dec. 30 influence. Flashback: 1960 In Chester, a caller MISCELLANEOUS witnessed a vehicle drive into Tuesday, Dec. 27 the Holiday Market with two Unmoving target toddlers that were not In Portola, a caller reported seat-belted. Both children a hit and run to a building, were sitting on the passenger's lap. Santa's sleigh perhaps A caller in Portola Trying his holiday luck requested to speak to a deputy At 2:30 p.m. a caller requested CHP look for an over-due party. A known person was to arrive at 3:30 a.m. today and has not shown up. The subject flew into Reno at 1 a.m. and picked up a vehicle with Delaware plates, but never made it- to her residence in Maybe. CHP used their helicopter to try and locate the overdue party. CHP called back and reported the overdue party is okay and is in Reno. Saturday, Dec. 31 A taste for blood In Chester, a caller reported her neighbor's dogs are in her back yard and are killing her chickens. One is a large husky and the other a black lab. A sergeant reported the dogs are back in their yard and requests information be passed onto Animal Control. Haunted house revisited A caller in Crescent Mills reported there is fresh blood oh the front door. No one is around. A deputy advised negative blood, just paint on the doors. Sunday, Jan. 1 New year, new locale In Chester, a caller reported a cow and a calf in the roadway. Help requested A caller in Quincy requested medical assistance for a neighbor who is ill and believes he has been poisoned. Afternoon adventure In Portola, around 6 p.m., a caller reported he is stuck in the woods. He turned on Escondido and went about 5 miles from the end of the pavement before he slid into a ditch. At 6:30 p.m. the caller said he would have a friend come help him get his vehicle out via Filippini Flat. Four hours later at 10:30 p.m., the victim's wife contacted and said they were unable to fred the subject to get him out. At 4 a.m., Search and Rescue were able to locate and assist : the victim. . - Monday, Jan 2 Forgot the buried treasure? At 10:30 a.m. in Portola near Wolf Meadows, a caller reported he is lost out in the woods looking for his vehicle. He said Search and Rescue already came and got him last night. The call was then lost. There are two subjects out in about an inch of snow currently at a green gate. A deputy will attempt to drive to the subjects. A 11 a.m. the subject had a friend come get him. Getting pushy A caller in Lake Almanor reported a red 4-wheel drive jeep driving aggressively and pushing people off the road. The caller reports there is a vehicle stuck in the ditch that was run offthe road. It's unknown which way the jeep went. Made from Douglas Fir No waxes, binders or additives 100% natural wood that burns consistently hot and clean. No single bag sales Please call to schedule pickup 2019 East Main Street, www.quincyhotspot.com Tues-Fri: 9:30am-5:30pm Sat: 10am-4pm Closed: Sun & Mon Law and Order policy Information that appears in this column is compiled from the Plumas County Sheriff's Office activity log, the county correctiona center's booking log and California Highway Patrol press releases. The Sheriff's Blotter shows initial charges. In some instances the charges may change after the dispatch report, We do not report suspects' names in arrests for public intoxication or drunken driving unless accompanied by another serious charge, such as probation violation, a vehicle accident Or another felony. The fact that someone has been arrested and charged with a crime does not constitute guilt. The case may never appear in court if the district attorney determines there is insufficient evidence to prosecute. The fact that someone was involved in an automobile collision does not constitute liability or fault, Minors are named as legal-age drivers at 16, unless they are charged with a crime in conjunction with an incident. The CHP determines whether injuries are characterized as minor, moderate or fatal. 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