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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2015 9A Scammer impersonates officers Lassen and Plumas community members have been reporting suspicious phone calls from the Lassen County Sheriffs Office. Really, this is a scam intended to obtain personal and/or credit card information. Dale Knutsen forwarded an anonymous report to the Lake Almanor West Watch Group to Feather Publishing in an email Monday, Jan. 5. It read, "Today I received a telephone call from someone saying that they were officer Powers from the Lassen County Sherriffs Department and that there was a warrant out for my arrest fornot responding to an electronic notice." Apparently, the notice was supposedly for a grand jury report hearing. The caller had the intended victim's name and correct mailing address, but couldn't provide any additional information when questioned• The number the scammer was calling from appeared on caller ID as "private caller." The intended victim told the scammer to go ahead and send an officer to arrest him. The caller hung up. The sheriffs office told the receiver of the call that other calls of the same nature had been reported. The office advises anyone who receives this type of call not to give out any information. Anyone receiving a suspicious call from someone claiming to be an officer should hang up and report it to the real authorities at the Plumas or Lassen sheriffs office. Woman arrested in connection with string of burglaries Ann Powers Staff Writer apowers@plumasnews.com A woman was arrested last week in connection with a rash of burglaries in the Lake Davis and Portola areas, according to the Plumas County Sheriffs Office• Detectives said Jennifer Michelle Hall, 28, was taken into custody Jan. 8 at 297 W. Spruce St. in Portola. She's charged with possession of stolen property. She was scheduled to be arraigned Monday, Jan. 12, in Plumas County Superior Court. "There's been 18 confirmed burglaries in the Portola and Lake Davis area and still counting." Chris Hendricks0n Detective, Plumas County Sheriff's Office "We received public tips that led us to Hall's residence," said Sheriffs Detective Chris Hendrickson. "We recovered a bunch of stolen property from the burglaries•" Numerous robbery complaints have been reported to the sheriffs office since last November. Stolen items include televisions, bedding, tools, electronics and other household goods. Many of the burglarized residences are second homes, which are commonly targeted by thieves during the holidays, added Hendricks0n. "There's been 18 confirmed burglaries in the Portola and Lake Davis area and still counting," he said. "It's convoluted: There are so many cases involved and it's going to take days before the report is completed." Officials are asking anyone with information about the break-ins, and anyone who has been victimized, to call the sheriff's office at 283-6363. i, i" . • . Jennifer Hall, 28 of Portola, is arrested Jan. 8 in connection with a series of local robberies. Photo courtesy Plumas County Sheriff's Office OBITUARY Linda Ann Johnson Linda Ann Johnson passed away surrounded by family Jan. 8, 2015. She was a beloved daughter, sister, aunt and great-aunt. Linda was born in Portola on Dec. 3, 1947, to James and Augusta Johnson. When Linda graduated from Portola High School she attended Humboldt State University where she received her teaching credential. She taught in Battle Mountain, Nevada, and returned to Portola after two years, where she taught for 34 more years in the elementary school, teaching generation after generation. After retiring Linda didn't slow down. She took a job at the chamber of commerce in Graeagle, where she was able to share her knowledge of Plumas County. Linda loved visiting art galleries and listening to the Reno Pops. She loved being outside with her family and friends. In the summer she went gold panning on the river and hiking all over Plumas County. On Sundays she joined friends at the United Methodist Church. Linda is survived by her brother Jim Johnson; sister-in-law Loretta Johnson; sister Carolyn Johnson; five nieces; and eight great-grandnieces and -nephews. A celebration of Linda's life will be held at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 17, at Portola United Methodist Church. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made to a charity that benefits children. Where in the world? Cathy Wheeler travels to the Philippines in December. She visited with her son Devin Wheeler and his wife, who bought a retirement property there. tourists & visitors to your business! We'll make it simple for you. The Plumas County Visitors Guide is designed locally to entice & invite tourists & visitors to our pristine area. Visitors will look here first & that's how they will find you. You want the business & we've got the perfect product! This colorful publication is the area's premiere guide to picturesque Plumas County. Over 85,000 copies are printed annually and distributed at more than 400 locations throughout the Feather River Country and outlying areas. As an ADDED VALUE ... we'll put the entire publication on our web page at plumasnews.com (A large number of our views come from the Sacramento Valley & surrounding areas) Look for us at y0ur business soon ~ advertising deadline is Feb. 11, 2015 Your LOCAL newspaper advertising representative is looking forward to working with you rzl, vHsg...aX..g$,a B 283-0800. Sherri, Holly, Marc • 258-3115 258-3115 832-4646 Val Cheri, Wal Roger 00P011T01,1 IIP01ffll