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-- -- ~ -- "" J ~ m _ . ". - T. ~ ~-- " ~ -- ~11~ ~~ i+ Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2012 3B LAW (1 ORDER SHERIFF'S BLOTTER Arrests Chester One person was arrested on a charge of DUI. One person was arrested on a charge of violating probation. One person was arrested on a charge of possession of a con- trolled substance and being under the influence of a con- trolled substance. Greenville One person was arrested on a charge of being under the in- fluence of a controlled sub- stance. Portola One person was arrested on charges of being under the in- fluence of a controlled sub- stance and violating proba- tion. Quincy Two people were arrested on a charge of DUI. On person was arrested on charges of battery and vandal- ism. Fire Wednesday, Jan. 25 Attic: In Graeagle, a caller re- ported her attic was on fire. She said she was putting on her clothes and getting out of the house. Graeagle fire was paged. No fire was found. But a heat source was discovered and the item was unplugged. Monday, Jan. 30 Trailer: In Quincy, a caller advised a travel trailer was on fire at the equestrian cen- ter on Bucks Lake Road. Quincy fire was paged'and re- sponded. Medical Wednesday, Jan. 25 Weakness: In Graeagle, a caller requested an ambu- lance for a/n in who was too weak to drive. The call was transferred to Ea~tei'n Plumas Health Care. Graeagle fire was paged and responded. Unknown malady: In Quincy, a caller advised a male sub- ject showed up at his door and requested an ambulance for an unknown illness. The call was transferred to Plumas District Hospital. Quincy fire was paged and a deputy re- was traveling to meet a per- son m need of medical aid. A deputy requested fire depart- ment assistance. Indian Val- ley fire was paged. breathing. The call was trans- ferred to SLEMS. Indian Val- ley fire was paged and the in- formation was passed on to a deputy. Unknown malady: In Mo- hawk, a caller requested an ambulance for a male who was in an altered state of con- sciousness. Thursday, Jan. 26 Pain: In Quincy, a caller re- quested an ambulance for an employee who was having chest pain. The call was trans- ferred to PDH. Quincy fire was paged and responded. Friday, Jan. 27 Head: In Chester, a caller re- quested an ambulance for himseff because of a headache and loss of vision. The infor- mation was transferred to Su- sanville Interagency Fire Center. Airway: In Crescent Mills, a caller reported her friend was having difficulty breathing. The call was transferred to SLEMS. Indian Valley fire was paged. ,Saturday, Jan. 28 Pain: In Virgilia, a caller re- ported her husband was in pain and needed an ambu- lance. The call was trans- ferred to PDH. PDH was paged. Pain: In Lake Almanor, a woman reported she was hav- ing chest pain and was out of her medication. She gave her address and then hung up. The information was trans- ferred to SIFC and a deputy was notified. Monday, Jan. 30 Unknown malady: In Dellek- er, a caller requested an am- bulance for his father who was ill. The call was trans- ferred to EPHC. Eastern Plumas fire was paged. Dehydrated: In Chilcoot, a caller requested an ambu- lance for her mother because of dehydration. The call was transferred to EPHC. Sierra Valley fire was paged and re- sponded. The patient was transported to the hospital. Dehydrated: In Portola, a caller reported he was stuck in a dry suit and needed as- sistance to get out of it. Par- talc fire was paged. The Cal- ifornia Highway Patrol and a deputy also responded. In- formation was transferred to EPHC that the man was dehydrated. Pain: In Quincy, a caller re- ported a male was lying on the floor in a fetal position in severe pain. The call was transferred to PDH. Quincy fire was paged/The informa- tion Was transferred to a deputy. Tuesday, Jan. 31 Pain: In Quincy, a caller re- quested an ambulance for his girlfriend who was having ab- dominal pain. The call was transferred to PDH. PDH said it was familiar with the pa- tient and no fire department assistance was needed. Cardiac: In Blairsden, a caller reported his wife was having some kind of medical issue. He said she was having blurred vision and felt really cold. Graeagle fire was paged and responded. The respon- ders reported CPR was in progress. The information was transferred tQ EPHC, The woman was transported to EPHC and flown out. Nausea: In .Portola, a caller requested medical aid for on- going nausea and vomiting. The call was transferred to EPHC. Portola fire was paged. Sunday, Jan. 29 Fall: In Chester, a caller re- ported he had fallen down the stairs. The call was trans- ferred to SIFC. Choking: In Chester, a caller reported his father was chok- ing. The call was transferred to SIFC. Unknown malady: In Quincy, a caller requested an ambu- lance for unknown reosons. The call was transferred to PDH. Quincy fire was paged. Fall: In Greenville, a caller re- quested lift assistance for a 65-year-old female who had fallen. Indian" Valley fire was Pain: In Crescent Mills, a re- paged. male reported having nerve problems and pain in her Pain: In Portola, a caller re- sponded. The deputy advised neck. The information was quested an ambulance for a the subject was being trans- transferred to SLEMS. Indian female who was vomiting and ported to the hospital. Valley fire was paged, had severe stomach pain. The call was transferred to EPHC. Unknown malady: In Quincy, Airway: InGreenville, a re- Portola fire was paged. A South Lassen EMS reported it male reported difficulty in deputy was advised. Law and Order .policy Information that appears in this column is compiled from the Plumas County Sheriff's Office' activity log, the county correctional center's booking log and California Highway Patrol press releases. The Sheriff's Blotter shows initial charges. In some instances the charges may change after the dispatch report. We do not report suspects' names m arrests for public intoxication or drunken driving unless accompanied by another serious charge, such as probation violation. a vehicle accident or another felony. is proud to welcome a new addition to our shelter Grooming now available at High Sierra Animal Rescue Please call Anita Chang at 530-832-4177 to make an appointment for your dog. Wednesday, Feb. 1 Crash: In Lassen County, a caller requested Sierra Valley fire be paged for a single vehi- cle accident near Shoe Tree on Highway 395. CareFlight was called. The information was transferred to SIFC. CHP REPORT Lost traction, Feb. 1 At 8:10 a.m., Tiffany LaRiv- iere, 29, of Reno, Nev., was proceeding southbound on Highway 395, south of Poz- zolan Road, in a 1988 Chevro- let Blazer at approximately 50 miles per hour. The roadway was covered with packed snow and loose wet snow. According to the California Highway Patrol; the rear tires on the Blazer lost traction. causing it to slide into the northbound traffic lane. LaR- iviere attempted to regain control, of the vehicle with steering input. The Blazer slid back into the southbound traffic lane, but continued to rotate clockwise. The Blazer slid off the high- way onto the west shoulder and Overturned, coming to rest on its right side. LaRiv- rare was able to extract her- self and her passenger, who was secured in a child seat in the rear seat of the Blazer and was uninjured. CareFlight responded, land- ed, checked on the involved parties and then left without transport due to lack of in- juries. LaRiviere was wearing a seat belt and complained of pain to" her shoulder. Struck hillside, Feb. 1 At approximately 8:15 a.m., Carrie Rush, 54, of Quincy, was driving a 2006 Dodge Ram westbound on Highway 70 just west of Squirrel Creek Road at approximately 40 miles per hour. While negotiating a left turn in the roadway, according to the CHP, the rear of the pickup lost traction due to the icy roadway conditions and began- to rotate counterclockwise. The truck left the roadway and struck the hillside on thesouth side of the highway. After the collision, the truck came to rest on the south side of the highway and Rush stayed in her vehicle until the arrival of emergency personnel. She was wearing a seat belt and was not injured. The col- lision is currently under in- vestigation. Hit fence, Feb. 1 At 8:50 a.m., Jeanne Tan- ner, 25, of Quincy, was dri- ving a 1998 Toyota westbound on Lee Road in Quincy at a stated speed of 35 mph. The roadway was icy and slick. According to the CHP, the Toyota lost traction, spun counterclockwise and hit a chain link fence. Tanner was wearing a seat belt. No injuries were reported. The California Department" of Fish and Game (DFG) has extended the deadline to sub- mit entries for the state's 2012 upland game bird stamp con- test. Artists can submit their contest entries up until 5 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 29. The contest is open to all U.S. residents who are age 18 or older. The species select- ed to appear on the 201g up- land game bird stamp is the band-tailed pigeon (Columba fasciata). The design must include at least one adult band-tailed pigeon. Designs will be judged on originality, artistic composition, anatomical accuracy and suitability for reproduction as a stamp and print. This is the fourth design that will be featured in the "Encore Edition" since re- turning to the use of original artwork for the stamp's image in 2009. An upland game bird stamp validation is required for hunting migratory and resi- dent upland game birds in California. The money gener- ated from stamp sales is used to fund upland game bird re~ lated conservation projects, education, public hunting op- portunities and outreach. Hunters are no longer re- quired to physically attach the stamp to their license, but the stamps are still produced and mailed to purchasers up- on request. DFG sells almost 200,000 up= land game bird stamps annu, ally, which includes sales to collectors who value them for their ar.tist depiction of up- land game birds. The upland game bird stamp contest will be judged by a panel of experts in the fields of ornithology, conser- vation, art and printing. The winning artist will be selected during a public judging event to be held in the spring. A date has not yet been set for the judging. For contest information and entry forms, visit dfg.ca. gov/upstamp. IJ Simple enrollment process We handle the details for you! Low fees & monthly payments Convenient class schedules & times Satellite offices available in Portola, Greenville and Chester REW 11550(C) PROGRAM we can help you! r - . and Weeke I ,ght Program Directors: Andrew. Mclntyre and Karen Coffren ' 231 Main St.,. 206 (abov post omc ) Quuncy I'~~ "~:~;~:~ . .: Take me home The,act th.t,omeo e has een arrested and charged with a crime does not constitute guilt. The case may never appear in court if the I I i~t~ " ~@~0 district attorney determines there P is ] Harley is an orange- Charley is a tabby White HBC- aka 'Hit By Car' insufficient evidence to prosecute. IQ@~ white male kitten about 4 male kitten about 4 was picked up in the QQ~e$ Thein anfactthatsomeoneWaSautomobilecollision doesinVlVednot I ~ months old. He's from months old too. He likes Cromberg area. He's.an I- ~... Quincy andin ~ood Harlev and surf}rises adult male & abig boy, .~. n constitute liability or fault. Minors I mO~@ ~" + " " ' 0~I~@I are named as legal.age drivers at 16, i '] ~~ shape, but needs'some TLC. ~' [ I unless they are charged with a crime @@@ . ~ ~ @@@ in conjunction with an incident. The ~ ~ ~ CliP determines whether injuries ~" i are characterized as minor, moderate I Shelter hours are Monday, Wednesday & Friday 8am-Spin, closed 1-2pm for lunch and or fatal. I ~O@~ closed weekends. Plumes Animal Services charges O $ I0 fee and license fees are $5 per year. IlO@.. l W= An officer will deliver a pet to the adopting partY's veterinary at choice to have the animal ~'w I | v altered in completion of the adoption requirement. For more information, call 283-3673 or visit ~ | M::d:t ]Q~$ countyotplumas.comorpetfinders.com. " " , Q~ "] Court ed and DMV Required Programs Now including the11550 H&S Treatment Program! l' :l " 2 I Offered countywide at these locations: st. Chester - 372 Main St. Greenville - 209 Hwy. 89 Portola - 500 First Avenue Quincy- 2288 E. 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