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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015 3la V I T A L S T A T I S T I C S / L AW a d # ORDER BIRTHS Jayne Kaden Cottle Jayne Kaden Cottle was born to Cindi and David Cottle, of Quincy, on Dec. 3, 2014, at 7:39 a.m. at Plumas District Hospital in Quincy. Jayne Kaden weighed 5 pounds, 1 ounce and was 18 inches in length. Maternal grandparents are Rich and Krissy Bednarski, of Quincy. Paternal grandmother is Mary Cottle, of Quincy. Great-grandmother is Kaye Streppone Smith. Jayne Kaden is also welcomed by siblings Lincoln, 3, and Kade, 18. James Camden Underwood James Camden Underwood was born to Tyler Underwood and Ashley Rees-Bush, of Quincy, on Dec. 31, 2014, at 7:33 a.m. at Plumas District Hospital in Quincy. James Camden weighed 6 pounds, 6 ounces. Maternal grandmother is Julie Rees. Paternal grandparents are Shanna Underwood and James Salman. Great-grandparents are Margaret Rees (maternal); Donna Willis and C.M. Underwood; and Jim and Betty Salmon (paternal). OBITS, from page 2B Olga, devoted parents and grandparents, traveled from Cromberg to Oroville to see their children and grandchildren, who were their joy. At times all visited the family in San Mateo. Michael, 59, and Olga, 56, passed away Friday, Dec. 19, 2014. They leave behind daughter Leanne and her husband Jacob Rice and three grandchildren, Jacob, Caleb and Andrew; son Michael Edward Kroencke; mother Daria Tscherepenko; sister Maria Tscherepenko-Nouri and husband Manoucher ("Pierre") Nouri; sister Oksana Tscherepenko-DiRicco; sister Ursula Jorgensen; nieces Emily and Kailey Ivey; sister Pam and husband Tony Nova; niece Ann-Marie and husband John Mason; nephew Brian and wife Jaime Nova; sister Kathi and husband Tom Aguilar; niece Christina and husband Matt Davis; nephew Thomas and wife Nikki Kroencke; younger brother Jeff Kroencke; and niece Alexa Kroencke. Funeral services will be held Saturday, Jan. 24, at 2 p.m. at St. John's Catholic Church, 176 Lawrence St., Quincy, to be officiated by the Very Rev. Georgiy Tyapko of St. Michael's. A panahyda (memorial service) will also be performed Sunday, Feb. 22, at 11:30 a.m. at St. Michael's Ukrainian Orthodox Church, 345 Seventh St., San Francisco. A repast will be served by family members following the memorial. An opportunity to express condolences to the family and sign the memorial guest regist er is available online at fermanmortuary.com. In eternal memory -- vichnaya pam'yat'. Wind, Fire or Water have you frustrated? Need Help? We have worked with homeowners and insurance companies for almost 30 years. We will work with your insurance company to make sure your home is repaired the right way the first time. Call: CONSTRUCTION SINCE 1984 General Building Contractor Calif. Lic. #453927 (530) 283-2035 CHP REPORT The following incidents are submitted by the Quincy Area Californ& Highway Patrol as a tentativesummarypending the conclusion of the investigation(s). Highway 70, Jan. 12 Amber Harms, 18, of Chico was driving her white 2001 Ford Mustang westbound on Highway 70 in the serpentine west of Rush Creek Road at a stated speed of 45 mph. At about 9:30 a.m. she encountered a left-to-right curve in the road. According to the report, Harms was driving too fast for the curve. The rear end of the Mustang lost traction find driver was unable to maintain control of the car. The Mustang fishtailed across the lanes of traffic until the rear end of the car hit the guardrail on the south shoulder. After the collision Harms drove to the north shoulder and stopped, he provided all of his the southbound No. I lane. Harms was uninjured but information for a report to be The van sustained major the Car was no longer working generated. Neither Smith nor suspension and axle damage. properly. She called for a tow his passenger was injured. Ade awoke as the van came truck, to rest and was able to exit the U.S. 395, Jan. 12 vehicle of his own accord. The Highway 89, Jan. 12 This collision occurred on investigating officer heard the At approximately 2:30 p.m. southbound U.S. 395, justaccident from the Long Valley William Smith, 58, of Quincy, north of the Scott Agricultural Inspection was driving his silver 2003 undercrossing. Steven Ade, Station and arrived on the Nissan Frontier southbound 31, of Minden, Nevada, was scene shortly thereafter. No on Highway 89, approaching driving a U-Haul box van one was injured. Highway 70 at a stated 45 - 50 towing a 2002 Ford Escort mph. In the middle of a attached to a tow dolly. About Bucks Lake Road, Jan. 13 sweeping curve a deer 11:40 p.m., Ade fell asleep and On Bucks Lake Road, just suddenly ran from Indian allowed the U-Haul to drift west of Bellamy Lane, Creek into the road directly in into the dirt median on the Mitchell White, 19, of front of the Frontier. Smith east side of southbound U.S. Fallbrook, was driving his had no time to take evasive 395. The front of the vanwhite 1998 Chevrolet K1500 action and the front of the struck a metal and wood pickup. He was heading west vehicle collided with the deer. guardrail and continued at a stated speed of 40 mph. It The driver stopped on the along a concrete wall. was about 1:45 p.m, At that west shoulder of Highway 89 During the collision time the road was covered and saw that the animal was sequence, the tow dolly with a thin layer of ice, which on the shoulder and mortally detached from the U-Haul.is normal for the time of year wounded. The dolly and the Escort and time of day. There were Smith then drove to the overturned and struck a dirt no chain controls in effect and Greenville Wye and used his embankment within a the K1500 was not equipped cellphone to report the drainage ditch on the east with supplemental traction accident. Then he went to the side of the highway. The van devices. CHP office in Quincy where came to rest partially within The truck tires lost traction SHERIFF'S BLOTTER Information in the Sheriff's Blotter is gathered from the dispatch logs provided by the Plumas County SherifFs Office. No individuals' names are reported; those arrested should be presumed innocent until proven guilty. During the week of Tuesday, Jan. 6, to Monday, Jan. 12, there were 203 incidents handled by dispatchers. The reported incidents resulted in 13 arrests, 27 medical responses and six fire responses. There were 10 vehicle accidents reported. Following is a summary of the week's activity: ARRESTS Chester One arrested on a charge of violating probation. One arrested on charges of disobeying a court order and violating probation. One arrested on charges of being under the influence of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance and violating probation. One arrested on a charge of public intoxication. Greenville One arrested on a charge of disobeying a court order. One arrested on charges of public intoxication, violating probation and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. One arrdsted on a charge of battery. One arrested on charges of illegal possession of a concealed weapon by a minor and felony theft. Portola One arrested on a :charge of being in possession of stolen property. Two arrested on charges of spouse abuse and child endangerment. Quincy One arrested on a charge of being under the influence of a controlled substance. One arrested on a charge of iolating probation. MISCELLANEOUS Tuesday, Jan. 6 Bad neighbors A man on Gill Ranch Road in Cromberg reported his neighbor was standing outside of his residence threatening him. The caller said the neighbor had something in his hand. When deputies responded, the caller was uncooperative and refused to speak to them. Both the caller and the neighbor were counseled. Bad renter A Quincy landlord said the renter who moved out of a trailer at a Mill Creek Road property took the windows out of the trailer. CARD of THANKS Thank you to these Indian Creek Veterinary, businesses for supporting Anna's Cafe, Village Drug, our Plumas to Pacific Hunter's Hardware and Mi fundraiser with donations: Casita. Riley's Jerky, Evergreen, Indian Valley Elementary Country Style, Crescent Tow, Schoolfifth grade The Resource Centers in Greenville, Portola, and Quincy are here to help you and you can call us toll free at Plumas/Sierra Crisis Line 1-877-332-2754 or 283-4333 You will get support, referrals and information, and connection. A program of Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center ] Representing Clients, Trustees and Beneficiaries for: Probate, Conservatorships, Wills, Trusts and Estate Planning. (s30) www.graeaglelaw.com 6 Graeagle Village Center on the icy road. The rear end of the K1500 started to slip out to the left. White tried to countersteer but overcorrected. The vehicle began flshtailing. It entered a clockwise yaw and rotated nearly 180 degrees as it went off of the road and onto the north dirt shoulder. The vehicle slid down a moderate embankment with its left tires furrowing into the dirt. After a significant amount of dirt had built up in front of the left tires, the truck overturned onto its left side. The top of the Chevrolet hit two pine trees near the bottom of the embankment. The trees prevented the vehicle from overturning onto its top. The K1500 came to rest on its left side facing east down the embankment. White was able to exit the car through the passenger side door/window. He had been wearing his seat belt, which the report said saved him from injury. Long argument A man and woman on Laurel Lane in Chester were engaged in an argument. A caller said the disturbance had been going on for days. The two were pushing each other when the call was made before the man left on a bike. Ten minutes later, the caller said the man returned and the argument continued. Wednesday, Jan. 7 Scammed A woman on Pine Way in Chester said she lost $1,500 in a scam. She said someone saying they were with the IRS called and told her she was going to jail unless she paid the money. Thursday, Jan. 8 Threatened A man on Mill Creek Road in Quincy said his neighbor threatened him and threw a cup of bleach on his car. He said he was afraid to go back to his house. Stolen truck A man on Clairville Road in Blairsden called at 10:29 p.m. to report someone had stolen his truck within the last four or five hours. Hammered A caller on Bear Way in Portola said his girffriend hit him with a belt and a hammer and that there was a child in the house. The caller admitted he had been broken into. Done drinking A caller on Sloat Road in Sloat reported an elderly man was suffering from alcohol poisoning. The caller said the man had been drinking for about a week but was finally being cooperative and was willing to go to the hospital. Two days earlier, a deputy visited the man and the man would not open the door. The deputy could see the man sitting in his chair and the man appeared to be OK and didn't need medical attention, but would not get out of his chair, The officer decided not to force his way into the residence, opting instead to inform the mental health department. Trashy drinking. When deputies An elderly man reportedly arrived the caller and his littered in front of the girlfriend were both arrested Aggressive dog Courthouse Caf6 in Quincy. on charges of spouse abuseA woman walking her dog A bystander asked the man to and child endangerment. The at the top of Shooting Star in pick up his trash and showed child was placed in the Spring Garden was attacked him where a trash can was custody of social servicesby a pit bull. She said the dog located. The elderly man before being released to agrabbed her leg and ripped ignored the request, got in grandmother, her pants. She said it wasn't his car and left. the first time the Abusive husband reddish-colored dog had Stuck A woman on Moody charged her. A caller in Greenville Meadow Road in Chester said said she received her husband had been Dangerous horsing around information about two men drinking and was getting A caller on South Mill who whose vehicle was stuck abusive. She said he was Creek Road in Quincy said a in the snow near 28N02 by the kicking the door after shelarge group of teenagers were Janesville Grade. The men locked him outside and waspushing each other into the walked until they had phone making threats. When street in front of oncoming service and received deputies arrived the husband traffic. The teens were gone assistance, had left. when an officer arrived. 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