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4B Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter BLOTTER, from page 3B Not so Alarming: In Chester, a caller alarm sounding. A deputy advised everything was OK. School maintenance was just shovel- ing off the roof. Power: In Chester, a caller re- ported a downed powerline near his backyard. The call was transferred to SIFC. Relieving: In Greenville, a caller reported an alarm. A deputy advised the business office was open and it was on generator power. The deputy said power was in the process of being restored, everything was OK and the hospital was secure. Power Out, Drink On: On the Lake Almanor Peninsula, a 911 hang-up was received. A sergeant contacted a woman who was drunk and thought she was calling PG&E. Is TV Getting More Like Re- ality or is it the Other Way Around? In Chester, a caller was requesting contact. The caller said a man he knew made a threatening gesture at him while in a tractor. Dis- patch noted a valid restrain- ing order was on file. The caller said both he and the other man were in tractors. A sergeant reported contacting both parties who were re- moving snow on the same block. The sergeant said no violation occurred. And This Guy Probably Wants Both of You to Stay Away from His Building: In Chester, a caller reported an attempted break-in to a cor- ner store. The caller reported vandalism to the front door. A deputy reported it was a suspicious circumstance and wasn't sure if it was caused by snow removal. The caller requested extra patrol when available. Ha! Like Anyone has Time for that this Week: In Chester, a tree was reported to be leaning on a powerline. Information was given to SIFC. SIFC advised it was a phone line not a power line and they had notified the company. Saturday, Jan. 23 These Things Happen: In Chester, a caller reported a dump truck clipped a power pole. A deputy advised the pole was over and the prima- ry lines were exposed but not in the roadway. Information was given to the CHP, and SIFC was notified. These Things Shouldn't: In Quincy, a caller reported a hit-and-run to the building. The caller said someone backed into the building and took off. The call was trans- ferred to the CHP. Stolen Vehicle: In Portola, a stolen vehicle was reported. Stolen Vehicle: In Susanville, a request to be on the lookout for a different stolen vehicle was issued. Sunday, Jan. 24 There's Only One Sure Way to Get Me to Go: At Bucks Lake Lodge, someone re- quested the burn area be taped off with "do not cross" tape as people had been going through the rubble. Crappy: In Chester, someone reported the generator that powers the pump station for sewage on Fourth Avenue wasn't working. The call was transferred to SIFC. Monday, Jan. 25 Why do We Let Those Plumas People into Our Area? They're All Criminals:, In Portola, a caller reported h'is moped was stolen in OaR- land. The caller said he be- lieved he had located it on Craig's List in Portola. He said Oakland PD advised him to call the PCSO for assis- tance. You'll Shoot Someone's Win- dow Out: In Quincy, a caller reported someone shot at the window of a residence, possi- bly with a BB gun. A deputy contacted the suspect and victim and the suspect agreed to pay for the damages. Tree Power: In Chester, a caller reported a tree across powerlines. The caller said the lines were smoking and arching. The call was trans- ferred to Susanville Intera- gency. Information was given to PG&E. Tuesday, Jan. 26 Trees: In Chester, a caller i!iiiiiii : .... a Tax Preparer? try years expe ..... i:i cial TQx re'ported a tree fell on her property. She said there was no damage but it was block- ing her driveway. The caller advised it was the fourth tree that had fallen. Butterfly Affected: In Butter- fly Valley, a 911 hang-up was received. Dispatch attempted an emergency breakthrough on the line but was unable to contact the residence. The op- erator advised there might be line problems. A deputy con- tacted a woman who advised having problems with the phone lines and alreadY hav- ing notified AT&T. This was the second time this kind of issue occurred at a residence in the Butterfly area recently. Explosive Situation: Near Lake Almanor, cross traffic of a propane leak was over- heard. The traffic indicated a deck collapsed and sheared off a propane valve. The traf.. fic indicated propane was now under a residence. A deputy advised residents in the immediate area were be- ing evacuated. Wednesday, Jan. 27 Juvenile Burglary: In Chilcoot, a caller reported a male broke into a business. The caller reported knowing where the suspect was and would watch him in case he left. Probation requested the juvenile be booked, cited and released by a deputy. A cita- tion was issued. Willfully Explosive Situation: In Meadow Valley, a caller requested a deputy contact tenants and counsel them on bypassing Coast Gas's propane system. The caller reported there Was a hazard and it could cause an explo- sion if not handled. A deputy was unable to locate the sus- pect but spoke with the neighbor who shares the property. Wrong Right: In Graeagle, someone reported a vehicle was going the wrong way on 70, seven minutes ago. Thursday, Jan. 28 Stranded: In Quincy, a caller requested assistance from search and rescue. The caller was trying to get to a disabled snowcat that had five people inside. Pissed: In Portola, a caller re- ported Intermountain Dispos- al located three one-gallon containers of an unknown liq- uid. The caller said someone picked the containers up be- fore and they had urine in them. The company was re- fusing to pick them up today and identifying the residence. A deputy advised the contain- ers were gone on arrival. Brew at the Old Ball Field: In Greenville, someone re- ported two suspects were drinking alcohol on school grounds and were heading towards the baseball field. A sergeant reported contacting the suspects and commented one was drunk but they didn't have alcohol in their possession. Flooding: On the West Shore of Lake Almanor, a caller re- quested assistance gaining entry to a home that was Tlooded and unoccupied. A deputy reported the fire de- partment would handle it. See CHP Report, page 7B Preliminary work begins near Keddie Caltrans has announced preliminary work, includ- ing vegetation removal, be- gan Feb. 1, in preparation for a future replacement of [he ,Spanish Creek Bdge on Highway 70 near Keddie. Motoristscan expect minor delays and one-way traffic controls between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. through February. STOP LEG CRAMPS BEFORE THEY STOP YOU. I finally broke up With my girlfriend, after years of fighting and put-downs, she even hit me several times. I have been in two other short-term relationships since then and they went in the same direction. I can't do this anymore, I need help. Call the Plumas/Sierra Crisis Line at 1-877-332-2754 for support and referrals. Crisis Line  Resource 283-4333  Center or lib 1-877-332-2754 283-5515 A program of Plumas Crisis Intervention . & Resource Center It's Personal @ k :: Q |tomcovncrs Atito * hllbrcJla .lib I tcahh Hired Equipment & Fire Line Safety Training Lassen Community College will be presenting an eight hour annual fire safety training class for fire Contractors (dozers, water tender operators, timber railers, pickup drivers). This class is intended for vendors who work directly on the fire line. In order to work on the fire line, you MUST attend this class. The class will be offered in four locations. There will be a $20.00 per person (Calif. Resident non Res $90.00) registration fee as a college class. For more information and to RSVP, contact Dave Trussell at Lassen College (530) 251-8829. You Must RSVP II Flanigan-Leavitt : fax: 866.781.31 I0 :" ! 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