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i,,:i! Wednesday, !ii] Jan. 17 Violation: Timothy R. POlicy Williams, 26, of Portola was that appears in this arrested, on allegations of ma- .Compiled from the Iicious mischief and violating j~nty Sheriff's Depart. log and, in some cas- probation. ~Y correctional center's -T:'~ The newspaper does THEFTS AND BURGLARIES ::~!~_l~tsPects" names in ar- Friday, Jan. 19 .-'?~. _Jtlatbltc intoxication or .tn_aJl (Unless accompanied Burglary: A Chester resident ~US~J[~rlous charge, such as reported a burglary on Sher- lg C~lolation or a felony) man Road. The estimated loss tad foct someone has been ar- was $150. OU Vl~..-Charged with a crime itute guilt The case " Wednesday, Jan. 17 _ " AEJ_ PPear in court ifth.e Firearms: A Portola resident Zre : bPar /s ri reported the theft of two here, ,. pect is released with- firearms. The amount of the _newspaper attempts to loss was between $50 and $199. ~aS ~.of suspects whenever :~_"_:JlmJfi~l by the sheriff's de- Wednesday, Jan. 15 eeu Hospital: Plumas District Hos- pital reported a theft. No de- ice,_ . 19 tails were reported. The esti- rt b ephen C. Dunck- mate loss was $200. of Chester, was ar- Theft: Tools valued at $4,500 aa allegation of vio- were reported stolen at a Gold Mountain construction site. 19 Ho sped up and began to pass Hamilton to the right in prepa- :o ration for turning right onto II that appears in MonteVista Avenue .. - /s - mp/-led As he pulled alongside of the the California High- Escort, Hamilton started to tla rol activity logs in turn right to get back to the ra . Id, in some cases, right side of the road. The we ille The fact that right side of the Escort then . has been involved impacted with the left front 'ttOmobile accidentand side of the Mustang. lJCOnstitute liability The collision caused Hamil- In addition, the re. ton to turn harder to the right Clip agency deter-and both vehicles turned onto | Phether injuries inMonte Vista Avenue. Ie t are character- After the collision, both par- i or, moderate or ties came to a stop on Monte Vista Avenue, in contact each other. Hamilton accused Penn of were reported causing the collision and told vehicles were in- him he would have to pay for ! i an incident Wednes- i u'..?lg 17, at 1:25 p.m:_. _. Penn told HamiltOnoutathat he ', L _chae1,74, of umcy, would have to figure way a 1987 Ford Thun- to pay for the damages. The two parties then got land was parked at the a'b on Main Street east st et. [ e-1QcCoy, 65, of Quin- !i driving a 1999 Ford Was eastbound on east of Bradley the second land. O Y passed Michael, ll l!lled away from the " i the A;f,o lane and rigl rear c0rner of Svan. rties were wearing ; belts. ove Road [J ries were reported in Vehicle incident Mon- back into their vehicles and left the scene. Hamilton then went to a friend's house and called his mother to tell her about the collision. Hamilton's mother then called the sheriff's o ffice to report that her son was the victim of a hit- and-run ac- cident. ....... Three 17-year-old Quincy residents were passengers in - Hamilton's vehicle. One 17- year-old Quincy resident was riding in Penn's vehicle at the time of the incident. Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2001 Photo by Victoria Metcalf Plumas County Sheriff's deputies have stepped up patrols at Bucks Lake to ensure that snowmobilers are following safety precautions and adhering to laws. The deputies receive training and must be certified for Patrol. Plumas County has more registered snowmobile users than any county in California. SHADETREE AUTO SALES 283-9740 Offer fered an opportunity to resolve at 4 p.m. on Highway 89, Wolf Creek Cove Road .9 milesNo injuries were reported 120 e Chilcoot Camp- when a Greenville residentMarvin j. Bahr, 37, of Porto- consideration to participate in Genoveva H. Romero, 28, of went offthe roadand hit a tree la, has been referred to the the program. He faces drugPortola, was ordered to serve ck Eugene Romero, Thursday, Jan. 11, at 9:30 a.m. Plumas County Drug Court for charges. 120 days in county jail last s was driving a 1992Susan Orange, 50, was dri-consideration to participate in week by Plumas County Supe- k. thbound on French- ving a 1997 GMC Jimmy north- the program He faces a proba- Offer rior Court Judge Ira R. Kauf- e Road in the canyon, bound on Highway 89, south of ILion violation. Maj i Sol Quaydanaher, of man. She was placed on proba- an unsafe speed for the Wolf Creek subway, at an Plumas County, has been of- tion for three years. adway, he lost con- unknown speed. vehicle. She negotiated a right hand "lk"uat end of the vehicle curve and, as she exited the large rocks on the curve, lost control of her vehi- the roadway, caus- de. f damage to the front It traveled across the sou - vehicle bound lane, onto the soum- was wearin,, his " bound shoulder and down a snow-covered embankment, hitting a tree. ik l , ies were reported in [h hit-and-run Sunday, [ F:nt p'm'' n Cburn | FREE [,nd Monte Vista Av- | .., . .. | vnnt ng E. Hamilton, 17, of |,-- .. - [ Was driving a 1994 I i=stlmates. [ %ort southbound on I.. Street a proaching , P Call ir ta Avenue at a stat- [ __ 2,5 mph. | PRIk'T Penn, 16, of Quin- l l ?riving a 984 Ford I SHOP" | at approximately 30 | v..v, |b i 283-0800[ t ?ilton neared Monte he SlOWed down [ , __ " to drive on the left road in an attempt _. t ttnd a perceived ice ' Ording to the CHP I Z:? wasno ,,'--- Ha ton to the left and was Uy - 2077 E MAIN ClLm~-~' I"ul going to stop. He 10 MINUTE@ HAIR CLOG REMOVER Dissolves Hair Oogs Fast Safe for all Pipes and Septic Systems Pours through standing water Guaranteed Jonathan A Dean, of Plumasfelony burglary and felony pos- NewN p l i. , County, has been offered ansession of stolen property The following cases indicate opportunity to resolve felony charges. The Plumas County processing by the Plumas County burglary and felony possession District Attorney's office has Superior Court. The information is of stolen property charges. The offered to allow Quaydanaher obtained through the court and the Plumas County District Attor- to plead to one count of felony d strzct attorney's office. The dates ney's office has offered to allow second-degree burglary. In re- printed reflect time of processing, Dean to plead to one count of turn, the district attorney will although the incident in question misdemeanor grand theft. Henot seek state prison. He is may have occurred years earlier, is scheduled to return to scheduled to return to Plumas The fact that someone has been Plumas County Superior Court County Superior Court Feb. 9. charged with a crime and is being Feb 9. processed for it does not constitute Warrant guilt under the California court sys- Theft Two warrants were issued tem. If the dtstrlct attorney deter- Eric W. Jarrard, 31, of by Superior Court Judge Ira R. mines there is insufficient evidence to continue prosecuting the case, it Chester, pled no contest last Kaufman for the arrest of Toby may be dismissed or the charges week in Plumas County Supe-C. Taylor. The warrants, each may be amended. In some cases, riot Court to a misdemeanorfor $10,000; were issued after Plea bargaining also ts permitted' count of grand theft. Superior Taylor failed last week to ap: bythe court and the district attor- Court Judge Ira R Kaufmanpear incoti ' ' hey. The headlines that accompany ordered him to serve eight each case should not be construed days in county jail as part of Dismissal as a statement about a defendant's being placed on probation for Misdemeanor drug charges gullt or innocence; rather, the head. two years against Helen Irene Phillips, of lines are intended as short de- PIumas County, were dis- scrlptlons of the type of case ln ques- R~err=l missed by the district attor- non. Forest T. 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