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Record, Reporter Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2001 3B appears in this the Call- logs zn some cases, Su- someone has an automobile ac- Highway 70, Tobin Bridge s not constitute liability Cl~lli~.ent Street, No injuries were reported the reporting No injuries were reported when a Martinez resident was whether in. when a Lassen County pick-up involved in a single-vehicle in- are character- and a 1995 Jeep Wagon were in- cident Monday, Feb. 19, at 4:10 moderate or major, volved in an incident on Cres- p.m. cent Street in Greenville Edward Wilson Jr., 56, was Pass area Thursday, Feb. 22. driving a 1999 International injuries were sus-The 1995 Jeep Wagon was tractor-trailer westbound on the passenger in aparked when the Lassen Coun- Highway 70, east of Tobin er Sunday, ty vehicle, driven by David Bridge, at apProximately 35 to 1:30 a.m. Lile, of Susanville, struck it. 55 mph. 7, of Portola, No more information was As he began to go around the the Quadrunner available until the CHP has sweeping left curve, his loaded 50, of Vinton, contact with Lile. trailer overturned to the right, him as a passen- pulling the tractor along with Highway 70, Rock Creek it. at approxi- Power Dam The cab of the Safeway truck on Bureau of A Quincy resident went un-received major damage. land on the injured when the chip truck he Wilson was wearing his seat Of Beckwourth Pass, was driving hit a rock in the belt. Steered his vehicle to Feather River Canyon. James M. Cameron, 33, was Highway 70, Rush Creek right foot driving a 1990 Kenworth Con- No injuries were reported caught by the vention and pulling a 1980 AI- when a 1994 Ford Explorer got tire and Erno was low Chip Trailer. The trailer in the way of a falling rock on the vehicle. It was fully loaded with 63,000 Highway 70, west of Rush over her once, pounds of wood chips. Creek, Friday, Feb. 16, at 5 Was on the ground. Cameron, 33, was driving p.m. moderate in- westbound on Highway 70, Robert B. Marion, 33, of Par- Ld was flown to west of Rock Creek Power adise, was traveling west- in Reno. Dam. bound at a stated speed of 50 was wearing As he was driving down themph. Erno was canyon, he saw a large rock As he was traveling, a large helmet, falling down the adjacent cliff rock fell from the hillside and wall toward his truck. He also impacted the windshield of the noticed oncoming traffic in the Ford, destroying it. were reported immediate area. Marion slowed down and 986 Honda and a Cameron could take no eva-continued down Highway 70 truck were in- sire actions and the rock land- toward his home until he saw a an incident Thurs-ed directly in front of the right California Highway Patrol car. front tire of the truck. Marion then flagged down Nesbit, 23, of Su-The truck impacted with the the patrolman and reported southbound at 40 rock, destroying the right front the incident. t. She lost tire, and damaging some air Three passengers, aged 12, 7 her vehicle and ithoses and the fuel crossover and 2 were in the vehicle at the the road and into tube. time of the incident. lane of High- After the collision, Cameron Seat belts were in use. appears in this filed the Depart. in some cas- correctional center's The newspaper does names in ar- intoxication or such as has been at- with a crime tute guilt. The case in court if the d~ermines there is to prosecute )f bail is not is released with- to whenever by the sheriffs de- A. Hambry, 41, Was arrested on an of violating proba- way 89. was able to move the truck off A Washoe Fuel truck, driven the road and waited for his era- by Kirt Buller, 47, of Quincy, ployer to send help in repair- and carrying 2,600 gallons of ing the tire. fuel, was traveling northbound Cameron was wearing his and became involved in the in- seat belt. cident. Friday, Feb. 23 Resisting: Reginald F. Merino, of Greenville, was arrested on allegations of resisting arrest, violating probation and bat- tery. about $500 from Delleker Park. Tuesday, Feb. 20 Theft: A Quincy business re- ported the theft of an item val- ued at about $12. Monday, Feb. 19 Marvin J. Bahr, 39, of Portola, was arrested on an allegation of violating probation. BU UUUI AND THEFTS' Feb. 23 Stereo: A Quincy resident re- ported the theft of stereo equipment valued at about $200. Purse: A Crescent Mills resi- dent reported the theft of a purse from a Quincy business. The purse contained items val- ued at about $500. Sunday, Feb. 25 Dog: A Portola resident report- ed that they were bitten by a dog: " .......... Feb. 24 Fight: A Quincy resident re- ported that two unknown sus- pects tried to beat him up in front of a Quincy business at about 2 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20 Bear: A Portola resident re- ported a bear in their yard. Wednesday, Feb. 21 Auto parts: Two suspects tried Bear II: A Blairsden resident to steal auto parts valued at reported a bear in their Yard. Plea planned week in Plumas County Supe- Jeanette M. Javurek, 33, of rior Court to 84 days in county Plumas County, is scheduled jail for a felony drunk driving indicate to enter a plea Friday, March conviction. Judge Ira R. Kauf- Plumas County 2, in Plumas County Superior man, as part of a five-year pro- The information is Court. She is accused of dri- bation order, also ordered the court and the The dates ring under the influence of al- Carlson to attend second of- time of processing, cohol, and child endanger-fender's school and was in question ment. charged a $1,533 fine. earlier. has been Welfare fratld Warrallt a crime and is being It does not constitute Glenna L. Adams, of PlumasPlumas County Superior courtsys. County, pied no contest last Court Judge Ira R. Kaufman attorney deter- week in Plumas County Supe- ordered Chester resident Nor- insufficient evidence rior Court to a misdemeanor man Stanfield to appear in case, it count of welfare fraud. She front of Judge Garrett Olney or the charges faces a potential sentence of on a warrant. Stanfield, 52, In some cases, also is permitted one year in county jail, along who is being held in custody, attor- with restitution, which is ex- was scheduled to appear in that accompany pected to be about $2,200.front of Olney Feb. 26. The not be construedAdams' sentencing hearing is warrant was issued by Olney a defendant's the head- planned for April 28 before when the defendant failed to as short de- Judge Ira R. Kaufman. appear for a Feb. 5 court date. 9fcnse in ques. The Chester resident also is ac- days cused of submitting two dirty Carl J. Carlson, of Plumasdrug tests and failing to pay a County, was sentenced lastfine on a prior conviction. form swearing not to be a sex criminal history information. offender. "I can't show that a sex of- Jarrell won't Any member of the public fender in Doyle is going to el- administrators in can also call 1-900-448-3000 and fect you in Big Valley," the a list of regis-pay $10 for information about sheriff said. "If we end up with two listed sex offenders, a high-risk offender on that Youalist unless "They'll want more than a list, then obviously we're to believe chil.name," he said, "a date of birth gonna tell the world about Jarrell told or some other identification." that." and superin- At the Thursday, Feb. 22, He said members of his de- last week. "I meeting of the county school partment are trying to come law grants me administrators, Jarrell said up with a list of sex offenders high ranking members of his living within a couple of those administra- department would check outblocks of the schools. to search the names of school volunteers or "We're gonna look at that disk on a corn- parents signed up to attend a and see if we can generate a In fact, field trip, ff a school adminis- list," he said. "We're checking member of trator asks for the informa- the addresses." than 18 can tion. However, Jarrell said he Jarrell asked the adminis- after showing must be able to prove a child is trators to be careful with the and signing a at risk before releasing any information. The twin bridges area in the Feather River Canyon was the site of a single- vehicle accident, Monday, Feb. 19, at 4:10 p.m. A Martinez resident was traveling westbound on Highway 70 at a slow speed when his vehicle overturned. Photos by Will Farris 20th Annual Plumas Co. Classic Cribbage Tournament Quincy ay, March Fire Station #1 Lawrence St. $1,700 IN CASH The singles tournament is limited to the first 120 paid entry forms received by the fire department. $45 entry fee includes continental breakfast, buffet lunch and 5 raffle tickets good for a chance at over 20 prizes. For more information ~mmmmmmllmlmmnmmnmm~ Quincy Volunteer Fire Department P.O. Box 846 : Quincy, CA 95971 : contact: I Please enter me in the Ptumas Co. Classic I Dave Windle - 283-0700 II NAME II or I ADDRESS I I I I CITY, STATE, ZIP I I I I PHONE I I I I Entry fee $45. I I Make check payable to QVFD I L. .................. .I John Cullen - 283-0940 Proceeds to benefit QVFD's equipment fund.