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Record, ~ Progressive Record Reporte: Wednesday, Apdl 4, 2001 n qpaper policy ~ation that appears in this is compiled from the Call- Highway Patrol activity logs ~cy and, in some cases, Su- ~me~Ife. The fact that someone has Ivolved in an automobile ac. , to eXldoes not constitute liability :eciati t. In addition, the reporting ad me~'ency determines whether in. who sl~n the accident are character. love lotminr' moderate or major. highway by a CHP officer. It was determined that Kel- ley was under the influence of alcohol and placed under ar- rest. He was booked at the Plumas County jail. His vehicle was towed from the scene. Highway 70, near Caribou A 65-year-old Marysville res- ident was arrested Wednesday, March 28, at 7:05 p.m. cab. The oWlcer'attempted to stop the vehicle, but the driver, Ale- sia Henry, 37, attempted to evade him by driving into a bank parking lot and back out onto several street before en- tering Highway 395. The pursuit continued northbound to the Long Valley Inspection Station in Califor- nia. The officer attempted to box Benjamin Terry was driving the vehicle in on the north sid, this t iville' Main Street a pickup westbound on High- of the inspection station. ' 'tfelt t}r injuries were report- way 70 at 60 mph when, due to But the Dodge rammed the en two vehicles were in- No1 in an incident Friday his alleged state of intoxica- NPH vehicle and attempted to " " 30, at 4'30 p m tion, he failed to see rocks on drive southbound in the north- odge.. Johnson' ' " 34, of the roadway on Highway 70, boundlanes of Highway395. iY5%vi pe, was driving a 1996 of Caribou Road in the Another NHP officer ob- Feather River Canyon. served the vehicle attempting .... ,~ athfinder'. She was He ran over the rocks, caus- to flee by driving the wrong " uSa'd in front of the Village ing minor damage to the twoway down the highway. , . o tOre l.hmrlcy,. wheels and tires. He effected a maneuver that Y Banchio, 24, of Tav-Terry was arrested and spun the vehicle out of control, le, was driving a 1992 charged with driving under causing it to stop. .... 1 bus, with 12 Greenville the influence. When the oWmers attempted Beta ntary School students ft. She was eastbound on .. _Street in Greenville ospl .. . ~orl began backing onto Street and didn't see the [ bus as it stonrmd at the hind her. vehicle struck the ~u.~ tOtlarter of the school bus. .... or damage resulted. cial IL- now h/ Y.70' west of Golden unYe -- A rrest for Driving Under , uaV* n,-, . - uuence was made enaYJesday, March 28, at 9:06 ------~n Highway 70, west of n Eagle Drive. eb S~Y T. Kelley, 39, of Tay- ale, was stopped on the ews.a Policy "----'~nlon that appears in this ~ /s,,cornpiled from the ,s .ounty Sherifrs r~_~EI 'activity log and, in some ,- ~Z~i count,, correctional ce ters ,~ lg)ortlOg.s The neu:spaper does e Mm~ . aspects' names zn ar- or Public intoxication or ~lriving (unless accompanied ore serious charge, such as d~ ion violation or a felony). ~ ~ that someone fins been ar- ~$ ~nd charged with a crime ~$ ,t constitute guilt. The case 'ver appear in court if the ~ttorney determines there is ient evidence to prosecute ,:,he a ount o e suspect is rel . _ - ~ The newspaper attempts to i age of suspects whenever s er:s de to remove Henry from the ve- Highway 395 hicle, she locked all the doors The Quincy area California and wouldn't open them. Highway Patrol is investigat- The right front window was ing a Monday, March 26, inci- broken out by one of the off;- dent that ended in the appre- cers. Henry was physically re- hens;on and arrest of a Reno moved from the vehicle. resident on Highway 395 at the She suffered minor to rood- California Agricultural Inspec- erate injuries and was taken to tion Station. Washoe Medical Center in an At 3:04 a.m. a Nevada High- ambulance. way Patrol (NHP) officer was Henry was arrested and the patrolling southbound on incident is under investiga- South Virginia Street at Call- tion. Charges are pending. fornia Street in Reno. Henry's vehicle received The officer saw a blue 1989 moderate damage. Minor dam- Dodge Omni directly ahead of age was reported to both patrol him drift from the traffic lane vehicles. and onto the right shoulder, narrowly missing a parked child endangerment and vio- Violation: Julie J. Holbrook of lating probation. Portola, was arrested on an al- legation of violating probation. Drugs: Lee A. Bock. 47, of Greenville, was arrested on al- Violation: Lisa D. Wortman legations of possessing meth Rainwater, 37, of Greenville, for sales, drug trafficking and was arrested on allegations of child endangerment, violating probation, resisting arrest and drunk driving. Drugs: A Greenville juvenile was arrested on an allegation of possessing meth for sales. Abuse: Robert H. PauIson, 2% of Portola. was arrested on al- legations of assault and spousal abuse. Abuse: Rosie E. Soto, 31, of Portola, was arrested on an al- legation of child endanger- ment. Tue lay, March 27 Burglary: Randall Delahunty, 22, was arrested on an allega- tion of residential burglary in Lake Almanor. Monday, March 26 Violation: Ivan Wilson of Greenville, was arrested on al- legations of spousal abuse, child endangerment and viola- tion probation. Jay, March 31 Monique R. Rude, 25, of dlle, was arrested on al- )ns of POSsessing meth les, drug O W~lay, March 211 Violation: Randy T. Kelley, 39, of Quincy, was arrested on al- legations of violating proba- tion, resisting arrest and PROPERTY CRIMES Saturday, March 31 Rifle: A Quincy resident re- ported the theft of a Remington rifle and scope valued at about See Sheriff, page 4B drunk driving. trafficking, 000 Ire o. I Rated ;mall Dish Satellite ---" )gramming System Basic DSS System NO Crowds! NO Hassles! NO Headaches! NO Kidding! Plumas-Sierra Telecommunications 832-4126 73233 State Route 70 Portola, CA 96122 Scan Electro:ks-Quincy AreaqFSatelliteTV Systems-Susanville Area- 283 3800|| 257-5218 nasa. May no. ~ ~ast. Includes one month flee Tota~BO/Showtime. Must be activated within 30 days 5 ~W'~s" ~'t2 combined w~th any other ofle~. One sale dish per household. Panarnax surge protector on sale for $25-0pe~ to Warranty, installation and other programming not included. It's the 3Oth annual At The Plumas County Fairgrounds You and your friends are invited to play in ANY or all of the following Cribbage contests offered that weekend: FRI., MAY 4: DOUBLES $40 PER TEAM Registration 6 pm, play 7 pm SAT., MAY 5: WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP SINGLES - 20 GAMES $60 Includes coffee, donuts, lunch & dinner SAT., MAY 5: SAT. NIGHT SPECIAL $20 7 pm - 7 games, 100% payback SAT., MAY 5: HIGH ROLLERS $50 7 pm - 8 games, 100% payback SUN., MAY 6: CONSOLATION $20 7:30 am, 9 games Use the registration form below for the doubles and WCCT singles contest-- for the other tournaments, just show up a half hour before the contest begins. I Name I Address City. ._.__State Zip. Phone Number ( ) ACC # _(if you have one) 13 Handicap Anchor Seating WCCT Singles $60.00 entry fee includes coffee, donuts, Sat. lunch, dinner & drink ................................................. $- Doubles entry fee $20.00 individual ($40.00 per team) .............. $- Optional Q-Pool $ I O entry for main tournament ........................ $- Extra Lunches $7.00 each ........................................................... $- Extra dinners $I 3.00 each ........................................................... $- Total Enclosed $ Make check payable to Quincy Rotary-WCCT and mail to P.O. Box 1515; Quincy, CA 95971 Sponsored by incy Rotary Club and GOLD CITIES Tm[ L & PLAYNII CAll CO, ~INI:IliNATI, U* J- A.