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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, April 7, 2010 3B LAW, from page 2B call was transferred to Bottle Rocket: Near Lake sort of line down. The caller CHP REPORT SLEMS and IV Fire was Almanor, a caller reported a said it wasn't in the road and fell and couldn't get up. The paged. Information was given loud explosion that shook her wasn't arching or smoking. call was transferred to EPDH to a deputy, windows. Dispatch received a A deputy determined it wasForget your hat, March 27 and Eastern Plumas Fire was second 911 call from someone a power line. Information Richard Barringer, 77, of paged. Fall: In Delleker, a caller re- who heard an explosion with was given to PG&E, who Portola was driving a 2004 quested an ambulance for his a ~gunshot possibly, following responded. Honda ATV on private prop- Tuesday, March 30 neighbor who had fallen, it. The second party called erty from one residence to Fall: In Portola, a caller re- EPDH was notified and East- back and advised an even another. According to CHP, ported a female fall victim ern Plumas Fire was paged,louder explosion just hap- his hat blew off his head and whose head split open. The pened. A sergeant advised he attempted to reach for it: call was transferred to EPDH Miscellaneous contacting a man who had no Barringer lost control of and Portola Fire was paged. Friday, March 26 firearms but explained a the ATV which Overturned, Mutually Assured Confusion: glass bottle exploded in the ejecting him. He was trans- Unresponsive: In Quincy, a In Quincy, the CHP reported- campfire. All parties agreed ported to Renown Medical caller reported a female was ly indicated a female was to keep the peace. Center for moderate injuries. unresponsive and couldn't asleep at the wheel in the in- verbally communicate but tersection of Quincy June- was still breathing. The call tion and Main Street. The call was transferred to PDH. An was reportedly transferred to ambulance and Quincy Fire the CHP. The caller said re- were paged, spenders could cancel as the woman was just confused and was now on her way. Sunday, March 28 It's OK, Mother Nature is Still Way Behind on the Whole "Eye for an Eye" Thing: In Portola, a caller re- ported the theft of signs. A Wednesday, March 31 sergeant reported contacting Cardiac: In Portola, a caller the caller who located one of requested an ambulance for Juvenile Fight: in Quincy, a the signs. The sergeant indi- herself because of chest pains, caller reported a juvenilecated it wasn't a theft. The The call was transferred to fight would possibly occursign was blown down by the EPDH and Portola Fire was at ],unch behind Championswind. paged and responded. Pizza. The caller reported ~receiving an anonymous tip. Stealing Trash: In Portola, a Burns: In Beckworth, a caller Information was given to acaller reported someone took requested an ambulance for a sergeant. A deputy advisedseveral railroad ties from male with burns on his face one juvenile was dropped off Intermountain Disposal in a from an oxygen line that with parents back at school, pickup truck. A sergeant con- caught fire. The call was with the school handling that tacted the suspect, who ad- transferred to EPDH and situation. The other juvenile vised he had permission from Beckworth Fire was paged was taken to probation, the owner to take the ties. and responded, allegedly for violating probation and committing Intoxicated Juvenile: In Thursday, April 1 battery. Quincy, a caller reported Diabetic: In Greenville, a receiving information of an caller requested an ambu- intoxicated juvenile causing lance for her father who was a disturbance. A deputy re- having a diabetic episode, ported taking the juvenile in- The call was transferred to to custody. Information was Lassen EMS and IVF was given to probation. The jure- paged, nile was medically cleared and released to probation. ; Monday, March 29 Line Down: In Crescent Mills, a caller reported some Vomiting: In Greenville, a caller requested an ambu- lance for a female with uncontrollable vomiting. The Juvenile: In Quincy, a caller reported he was having problems with his son and requested contact with a deputy. A sergeant advised the juvenile was taken into custody. The juvenile was accused of theft, forgery, possessing a controlled sub- stance and transporting a controlled substance. Sa rday mail delivery t en The POstal Regulatory due to falling mail volumes concept. It has been proposed Commission has established and revenues it is considering many times and was the sub- Docket N2010-1 to review eliminating Saturday mail col- ject of extensive congressional thoroughly whether the U.S. lection and delivery, except review in 1977 and 1980. In Postal Service plan to elimi- for express mail and existing 1983, the Congress adopted nate Saturday delivery should post office box service. It sub- specific language requiring be implemented, mitted 11 pieces of testimony the Postal Service to maintain The Postal Service is re- in support of its request, six-day delivery. The commis- quired to ask the commission During the process, mail sion's advisory opinion will be for an advisory opinion on users and4nt~ro~d rt~mbors :, considered by Congress as it any change in nationwide of the pubHd tufty offer st'p- reviews the Postal Service's service it proposes. It is one of porting or opposing views, requestto changethe law. the most significant changes informally or as part of The public is invited to the Postal Service has ever more formal, technical pre- share their views via the com- presented to the commission, sentations, mission website,, by "The commission is the Chairman Goldway identi- clicking the "contact PRC" tab watchdo~g agency that deter- fied four areas that will be to access a convenient online mines if the Postal Service scrutinized. "Will the savings customer service form. meets its universal service the Postal Service anticipates To participate more for- obligation to the nation. Our be as significant as they esti- mally in the process and to i'fie process will provide multiple mate? Will mail volume documents to be included in opportunities for the public to decline more than the Postal the online public record, inter- be heard and for all the facts Service anticipates? Will busi- ested parties should click the to be considered before the nesses and citizens have ser- "Filing Online" tab and follow commission issues its ad vice that remains adequate to the appropriate instructions. visory opinion," said Chair- meet their needs? And will the man Ruth Y. Goldway. "The national economic impact of ball is in our court now. There service reductions offset or A . will be no final decision until add to the savings that are :~~-~ the record is complete." proposed?" The Postal Service has The elimination of one mail advised the commission that delivery day is not a new IN-HOME SUPPORTIVE SERVICES PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE The quarterly meeting of the Plumas County In-Home Supportive Services Advisory Committee will be held on Friday, April 9, 2010 at 1 PM in the conference room at the Department of Social Services, 270 County Hospital Road, Suite 207, Quincy. This committee advises the Nevada-Sierra Regional IHSS Public Authority and the Plumas County Board of Supervisors on matters related to In-Home Supportive Services in Plumas County. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend. SUMMIT BUSINESS ADVISORS Mark Smith CExP, CBI CA UC#01525569 Plumas & Lassen Counties 0nly Licensed & Certified Business Broker Locally Owned Confidential FREE Consultation 530-836-1570 Paid Political Advertisement It's S ing PI for umas Co, the past 13 Paid for by the Committee to Elect Chuck Leonhardt dorms, at a stated speed of 25 mph. A 17-year-old was driving a 1992 GMC pick-up, also eastbound on Golden Eagle Avenue, at a stated speed of 25 mph, approximately 40 feet behind Sosa, Tuesday, March 30 According to CHP, Sosa The Tea Party Movement turned on her left turn signal Takes Aim at the Newspaper and began in preparation to Industry's Exorbitant Fees: turn left into the driveway In Portola, a sergeant re- leading to 300 Golden Eagle ported receiving information Ave. from a caller at the sub- The minor looked down to station of a petty theft and change the radio station and vandalism. The reporting looked up to see the Honda party said someone removed Hit and run, March 29 slowing ahead. The minor money from the San Fran- Cara Befort, 19, of Quincyapplied the brakes but could cisco Chronicle paper boxes arrived home from school not stop in time. The Honda at Dollard's Sierra market when a neighbor came over was traveling at approxi- three days before. A $10 loss and related that Befort's mately 5-10 mph when it was in coins and $75 loss in vehicle, a 2000 Honda CRV,rear-ended by the GMC. damage was reported, had been hit. Sosa and her passenger, The damage to the vehicle Allison Decampos, 18, of "50 Cents for a Newspaper consisted of the left front Quincy complained of neck Probably Includes 49 Cents of bumper and left fender being and back pain, but refused Waste and Regulations," slightly dented in. medical attention. Sarah Palin Declares at a There were no witnesses Speech She was Paid $100,000 and there was no known time COURT to Make: In Portola, the re- as to how or when the colli- BLOTTER porting party said a similar sion happened. occurrence at Leonard's re- High Desert State Prison suited in a $6 loss in coins Skid, March 30 Sergeant Todd Posch's next and $75 loss in damage. Stephen Waldeck, 39, of Yu- court appearance is sched- ba City was driving a 2007uled for a possible plea Tues- Thursday, April 1 Toyota Tacoma eastbound onday, April 20. This Entry However, is not SR-49, west of SR-89 at 20 to 25 After a Tuesday, March 30, an April Fools Joke: In mph when he started to nego- pretrial conference, Plumas Portola, a caller reported a tiate a sharp right hand County District Attorney Jeff verbal fight between a male curve in the roadway. Cunan reported the only offer and female. The caller said a The vehicle started to skid made to the defendant was to 20-year-old female and an 18- across the roadway in a plead as charged to two year-old male were also in the northerly direction and off the counts of filing a false police residence. The caller said the north roadway edge where itreport. suspects had been partying struck a wooden raft fence.Each charge carries a maxi- all night. Information was No injuries were reported, mum possible jail sentence given to the CHP. A deputy of six months for a total reported the two weren't ac- Wet and muddy, March 30 exposure of one year. tually fighting, but were per- An undisclosed minor of Pleading could also leave forming an April Fool's joke Quincy was driving a 1988 Posch open to restitution on their kids. The deputy said Ford Ranger southbound on charges. everything was OK. Deanes Valley Road at The Plumas County Sher- approximately 35 mph. iff's Office has alleged Posch At Least Illegal Recycling Due to the muddy/wet fabricated two incidents'in is Still Good for the Environ- roadway conditions, the vehi- which he reported being ment: In Vinton, a caller cle failed to negotiate a left assaulted. Those reports re- reported several hundred hand curve and drove off the sulted in more than $100,000 dollars worth of aluminum roadway. The front end of state and local funds ex- cans were stolen from her collided with a tree stump,pended in investigative and shed. The minor was unharmed security efforts. but a 17-year-old passengerPlumas County Sheriff Legal Hallucinogen: In Per- received minor injuries andGreg Hagwood has made it tola, a caller dialed 911 from was transported to Plumas clear that he expects full Eastern Plumas Health Care. D~strictHospital. restitution from the defen- Dispatch spoke to a nurse dant for expenses incurred by who advised the patient was Collision, March 30 his department. coming off medication and , Esthefany Sosa.-18, of Quin- Cunan encouraged "those was OK. The nurse said cy was~ving'h 1995 Honda who feel that they were EPHC would monitor the Prelude e@~sti)o'hnd on Goliieh ' affected by these incidents" patient's phone use. Eagle Avenue, in front of the to contact the DA's office. Court Mandated & DMV Required Designed to fit all your needs. 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