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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, April 15, 2015 3B LAW and ORDER CHP REPORT The following incidents are submitted by the Quincy Area California Highway Patrol as a tentative summarypending the conclusion of the investigation(s). Slate Creek Road, April 2 Lawrence McKee, 47, of Quincy was driving his silver 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee southbound on Slate Creek Road, south of Bucks Lake Road, at a stated speed of 25 mph. He reported that at about 9 p.m. the rear of his vehicle skidded out to the left. The driver attempted to regain control of his vehicle by counter-steering to the left, but over-corrected, which caused the Jeep to travel off of the east road edge and slightly up a dirt embankment. McKee steered the vehicle to the right, causing the vehicle to travel in a southwesterly direction, back across the roadway. The Jeep traveled off of the west road edge and down a steep dirt embankment where it roiled over and came to rest on its wheels. McKee exited the vehicle, walked home and returned to the scene the following morning. He reported he had been wearing his seatbelt at the time of the accident and received minor injuries. LaPorte Road, April 3 At approximately 5 p.m Michael Flynn, 53, of Meridian, was riding a black 2005 Honda Shadow Sabre motorcycle southbound on LaPorte Road, in Onion Valley, at an undetermined, but unsafe speed for the roadway. Just after Flynn passed the dirt road that goes to the Onion Valley Warming Hut, he came to a moderate left hand curve in the roadway. He was going too fast to negotiate it. The driver forcefully applied the brakes and the Honda entered a locked wheel skid. The motorcycle began rotating counterclockwise on the road. Driver and cycle skidded off of the roadway and onto the west dirt and gravel shoulder. Once on the shoulder, the vehicle overturned ejecting Flynn. The man was thrown a significant distance south and west of the motorcycle onto several large rocks in a small dry creek. The Honda came to rest on the west shoulder on its left side facing northwest. The rider had been Visit us at the Home & Garden Show April 2Sth Call us today! Insurance - Travel Membership Bob Phelps Insurance Agent Lic #0579096 252-5014 Fax 257-3762, Cell 386-3515 email: robert.phelps@goAAA.com 2920 D Main St Susanville CA traveling with four other motorcyclists who stopped when the accident took place. When a passing motorist arrived a few minutes after the collision, the motorcyclists fled the scene towards the town of LaPorte. Flynn had been wearing a "half shell" type of helmet; however, the helmet was not able to protect him from a serious head injury during the collision. Flynn was transported via air ship to Renown Medical Center for treatment of major injuries. SR-284, April 4 A single car accident occurred at about 7:53 p.m. The incident involved an unknown driver in a 2006 Ford F-150 and happened on SR-284, approximately 2.5 miles north of Highway 70. The driver allowed the F-150 to drift onto the east shoulder, while proceeding through a left curve in the roadway at an undetermined speed. The truck struck two reflective roadway markers. The driver then steered the vehicle to the left, causing it to veer across the roadway and onto the west shoulder. The driver was unable to regain control of the Ford. The truck overturned, and hit a barbwire fence on the west shoulder. Afterward, the unidentified driver fled the scene. The collision remains under investigation. Highway 70, April 6 Road conditions were wet on Highway 70, east of Quarry Road, at approximately 8:55 a.m. Francisco Bernabe, 29 of Lindsay, was driving his gold 2001 Acura 3.2TL eastbound at an undetermined, but unsafe speed given the conditions. As Bernabe exited a sharp right hand curve, the Acura lost traction and began to fishtail. The driver was unable to regain control of 'the car. The vehicle skidded across the westbound lane of the highway and hit the mountainside on the north shoulder head-on. The impact deployed the frontal airbags of the Acura, saving Beruabe from injury. After the initial collision, the Acura spun around and the rear end also hit the mountainside on the north shoulder of the highway. This sent the car spinning across both lanes of the highway. It hit the guardrail on the south shoulder head-on. The Acura finally came to rest against the guardrail on the south shoulder of the highway facing southwest. Bernabe had been wearing his seat belt and that, coupled with the airbag deployment, saved him from any injury. Brought to you by: Dr. Gregory Sawyer, DDS THE TOOTH AND NOTHING BUT THE TOOTH There are two basic types of dental patients: 1) the fear- based patient, and 2) the proactive patient. The first type usually waits until they are in pain or until they experience some type of dental catastrophe. The reasons this person puts off treatment until they are in trouble are several, but all are based on fear. Fear of pain inflicted by the dentist, fear of the cost, or fear of the time in the dental chair. The problem with this approach is that by the time the patient becomes aware of something wrong in their mouth, it is usually more severe and cosily than if they had treated it earlier. It is much better to be proactive when it comes to dental issues. Get your teeth examined regularly and avoid pain and a large bill from the dentist. "Don't wait until it hurts!" Please submit questions you would like to see addressed to gsawyerdds@att.net Family Dentistry and Orthodontics 2034 E. Main St Quincy, Ca 95971 (530) 283-2811 SHERIFF'S BLOTTER Information in* the Sheriff's Blotter is gathered from the dispatch logs provided by the Plumas County Sheriff's Office. No individuals" names are reported. Those arrested should be presumed innocent until proven gui1 During the week of Tuesday, March 31, to Monday, April 6, there were 202 incidents handled by dispatchers. The reported incidents resulted in 14 arrests, 21 medical responses and two fire responses. Following is a summary of the week's activity: BY THE NUMBERS 13 -- Probation checks. 7 -- Incidents of loose, barking or aggressive dogs. 5 -- Vehicle accidents. ARRESTS Chester One arrested on a charge of DUI. One arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. Clio One arrested on charges of spouse abuse and violation probation. Cromberg One arrested on a charge of DUI. One arrested on a charge of public intoxication. Greenville One arrested on a charge of being in possession of a controlled substance and violating probation. One arrested on a probation violation. One arrested on charges of Plumas County's newest corrections officer, Leah John, receives her badge from her mother, Jessica Coelho, as her father, Steve Coelho, observes the ceremony Monday morning, April 6, at the Plumas County courthouse in Quincy. Sheriff Greg Hagwood, standing behind Jessica Coelho, welcomed John to the family of the Plumas County Sheriff's Office as she received applause from a large contingent of family members on hand for the event. "1 want to thank my parents and (Sgt.) April Gott for helping me get prepared for this," John said. Photo by Dan McDonald giving false identification to disobeying a court order. a police officer and violating probation. MISCELLANEOUS Sunday, March 29 Portola Burglary Two arrested on charges of A caller at Frenchman robbery. Lake reported a break-in and One arrested on a charge of burglary to an office. violating a restraining order. Quincy Two arrested on charges of violating probation. One arrested on charges of being under the influence of a controlled substance and TRUTH SEEKERS SHARE YOUR INSIGHTS ABOUT TRUTH WITH OTHERS AN ORGANIZATIONAL GATHERING EACH PERSON,HAS EQUAL TIME EXAMPLE: 12 PEOPLE FOR 1 HOUR = 5 MINUTES EACH CONTACT: RICHARD KNOETrGEN (530) 283,4418 Bloody fight A caller on First Street in Indian Free Home Field Advantage all new Students must:. " Apply to FRC (bring your student ID number, it starts with 900). -/Complete the Accuplacer Assessment Test (bring your test scores. If you have not completed an assessment test, see contact info below to schedule an appointment). v" Complete online orientation (go to frc.edu, hover over Student Services and click on Advising, click on Orientation on the left). v" $i nn-un to end! Call 530-283-0202 ext. 313 or email kguess@frc.edu Greenville said someone hit him in the head with a bottle. The call was then disconnected. A person at the scene called 12 minutes later to report there was a bloody fight between two men and that a woman was trying to help one of the combatants. Fire, medical and the California Highway Patrol were paged to respond to the scene. A deputy reported two people were arrested. One was charged with public intoxication and violating probation. The other was charged with battery. Monday, March 30 Rocked A man on West Loyalton Avenue in Portola said his neighbors were harassing him by throwing rocks at his house during the night. Not as bad as it sounded A woman on North Valley Road in Greenville said she heard screaming and yelling coming from a house above hers. She said she heard someone yell "Stop" and "Help." A deputy responded and reported all was well. It was children playing. Tuesday, March 31 Vehicle vs. deer The CHP reported a driver near Chilcoot struck a deer and needed an ambulance. Sierra Valley fire was paged. Stroke A caller at Rich Bar reported a Union Pacific Railroad conductor had suffered a possible stroke. See Blotter, page 4B 21 *"'- 23 'i128 (Up to PUSD t !