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4B Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter LAW and ORDEFL SHERIFF'S BLOTTER Information in the SherifFs 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 un til proven guilty. During the week of-: Tuesday, Jan. 13, to Monday, Jan. 19, there were 194 incidents handled by dispatchers. The reported incidents resulted in 10 arrests, 21 medical responses and seven fire responses. Following is a summary of the week's activity: BY THE NUMBERS 4 calls reporting large rocks in the roadway 3 vehicle accidents 2 deer struck by vehicles ARRESTS Chester One arrested on a charge of battery. One arrested on a charge of illegal po, ssession of marijuana. Greenville One arrested on a charge of violating probation. One arrested on a charge of public intoxication. Portola Two arrested on a charge of violating probation. Quincy One arrested on a charge of public intoxication'. Taylorsville One arrested on a charge of DUI. One arrested on a charge of public intoxication. Spring Garden One arrested on a charge of DUI. MISCELLANEOUS Mofiday, Jan. 12 Mountain lions A woman walking her dogs near the ballfield behind Eastern Plumas Health Care ifi Portola reported spotting two mountain lions. She said the animals were actually seen on Saturday, but she wanted people in the area to be aware. Vandalism A caller reported the office door of an apartment building on Third Avenue in Portola was broken into. Theft A caller on Church Street in La Porte reported the theft of a Polaris Sportsman 800 ATV. Missing pills A woman on East Sierra Avenue in Portola said she knocked over her medication and it was all missing. She said she was pretty sure her dog ate it all. Dispatchers advised the woman to contact a vet. Followed A woman in East Quincy reported a vehicle followed her all the way home and then parked at the end of her driveway. She said the vehicle was a gray Dodge Challenger. Tuesday, Jan. 13 Violent A woman on First Avenue in Portola reported that her roommate was hallucinating and becoming violent. She said the roommate broke a table. Horse stuck A man on Quincy Junction. Road reported there was a horse stuck in a bog and he could not free the animal on his own. The man called back 10 minutes later and said he was able to get the horse out of the mud. Drunk and reckless A caller on Arlington Road in Taylorsville reported a reckless driver. The caller said the driver was now revving the engine and backing up at a high rate of speed. The California Highway Patrol responded and arrested the driver on a DUI charge. Another person was charged with public intoxication. Wednesday, Jan. 14 Scam A caller in Blairsden said he received a scare call. The scammer told him he qualified for a federal grant and asked him to send money. Class preparation A male was seen lying in the woods near 270 County Hospital Road in Quincy. When contacted by a deputy, the person said he was just taking a nap before going to a class. Choked A woman in Delleker reported that her spouse choked her earlier in the day while she was holding a baby. She left the residence and the man remained there. When a deputy arrived, the man refused to come to the door. He was arrested on charges of spouse abuse, child endangerment and being under the influence of a controlled substance. Thursday, Jan. 15 Burglary A man on Bushwacker Road in Portola reported that his residence and 40-foot storage container had been burglarized. Friday, Jan. 16 Battery A man on Moody Meadow Road in Chester said he and his elderly mother were assaulted by his ex-girlfriend. He said the girlfriend was intoxicated and that she was screaming and yelling and refusing to leave the home. The woman was arrested on a charge of battery. Theft A caller at a trailer park on Lee Road reported the theft of two chainsaws sometime in. the previous two weeks. Saturday, Jan. 17 Accused A caller on East Sierra Avenue in Portola said he received a letter from the district attorney's office accusing him of a sex crime. He said he didn't want to wait until Monday to sPeak to someone about the letter. Sunday, Jan. 18 Fight A caller on West High Street in Quincy said her brother and a neighbor were involved in a physical altercation. She said the neighbor broke a TV during the fight. The neighbor was arrested on a charge of public intoxication. Burglary A caller on Reese Street reported aburglary to a church in Quincy. The caller said several items were taken and others destroyed. Riding the rails The Union Pacific Railroad reported there was a trespasser riding on a train. The caller from the railroad said the train would be stopping at the Keddie Resort in about 30 minutes and that the trespasser was in the last car. The caller said the company didn't want to press charges, it just wanted the person off the train. A deputy and a sergeant responded and found two people in the railcar. The trespassers were removed and told not to get back on. Search and rescue A caller at the Lotts Lake area near Chester said he was part of a group of four teenagers who were dropped off the previous day to hike to the Pacific Crest Trail. The caller said they were now caught in a snowstorm and, were unable to hike further. Plumas Cqunty Search and Rescue was paged. The information was also provided to Butte County authorities. About six hours after making the initial call for help, the caller sent a text to notify dispatchers that Butte County officers had located them. Bad luck A caller on Highway 70 near Portola said she was transporting a large mirror and it fell out of her truck. She said there was shattered glass all over the roadway. Violation A caller at a bar on Main Street in Quincy said a man who had a no-drinking clause in his probation was sitting at the bar drinking. The man finished his drink and left before officers arrived. ic Safety Tra=n=ng 814 Cottage Street, room Interested persons may contact the Lassen Community College Fire Science Department at 530.251.8829 OBITS, from page 3B Winston, Oregon; grandparents Michael Mills of Myrtle Creek, Oregon, Cheryl Garcia, of Renton, Washington, and David and Debbie Morgan,, of Myrtle.Creek., Oregon; and a, host of fun-loving and dear friends. Services were held Jan. 24 in Oregon. An opportunity to express condolences to the family and sign the memorial guest register is available online at Louis Harold Thomas Quincy resident Louis Harold Thomas peacefully passed from this life Thursday afternoon, Jan. 15, 2015, at his residence with his loving family at his side. He was born Dec. 17, 1918, in Detroit, Michigan, to the late Louis and Oliva (Albertson) Thomas. When he was 5 he and his family moved west, residing in Chico during the winters when his father could not fog and in Delleker during the logging season. He resided in Quincy for the past 70 years. As one of the Greatest Generation, Louis served his country as a member of the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II as an aircraft mechanic in Europe. Louis will be remembered by those in the area as the former owner of the Plumas Bowman, an archery shop he operated from 1956 to 1986, as well as for his frIendl,the, rurarmail earrier for g2yoa,' He served as a former ........... president of the Pioneer School PTA, and as a board member of the Plumas County Parks and Recreation District during the '70s. Louis found great pleasure in spending time in the outdoors fishing, hunting, camping and photographing the wildlife and scenery. In passing Louis leaves his son, Loren, of Quincy; daughter, Lynn Thomas, of Stockton; his precious grandchildren: Kevin, Karl, Kyle, Kimberly and Lois; his eight great-grandchildren; and his sister Juanita Mullins, of Capay. Graveside services including military honors will take place at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 31, in Cherokee Cemetery located on Yankee Hill outside of Oroville. An opportunity to express condolences to the family and sign the memorial guest register is available online at fehrman DEATH NOTICE Scott McCully Koehler Scott McCully Koehler passed away Jan. 23, 2015. He is survived by his wife, Carol; sisters Sabre Jensen, Linda (David)'Hughes and Melisse Larrahee; children Susan, Peggy and Jim (Lisa); and three grandchildren. The memorial service will be held at the Evangelical Free Church in Oroville on Friday, Jan. 30, at 2 p.m. What's up? I'm Nick. I'm a young, male, one-year-old Retriever mix looking for my forever home. I'm just a stray who's lost my way. Maybe you can help me find it again. I love to play ball, or with just about any kind of toy. Squeaky toys,and Kongs are pretty fun too, especially if you fill the Kong with peanut butter first! I weigh in at 64 pounds. I have lots of energy to burn so I'll need plenty of attention and things to do. Stop by High Sierra Animal Rescue and see me. We can make each other'S dreams come true! Breed: Retriever/Mix Age: 1 year Gender: Male Size: 64 lbs. / H/gh S/erra An/ma/Rescue Open from 10 am to 4 pm, Mon. thru Sat. * (530) 832-4727