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4B Wednesday. April 25.2001 Bulletin, PrOd, Pro Newspaper poacy The following cases indicate processing by the Plumas County Superior Court. The information is obtained through the court and the district attorney's office. The dates printed reflect time of processing, although the incident in question may have occurred years earlier. The fact that someone has been charged with a crime and is being processed for it does not constitute guilt under the California court sys- tem. If the district attorney deter- mines there is insufficient evidence to continue prosecuting the case, it may be dismissed or the charges may be amended. In some cases, Plea bargaining also is permitted by the court and the district attor- ney. The headlines that accompany each case should not be construed as a statement about a defendant's guilt or innocence," rather, the head- lines are intended as short de- scriptions of the type of case in ques- tion. The Indian Valley 10th An- nual Egg Hunt conducted Sat- urday, April 14, was a lot of fun for everyone who attend- ed. The weather was perfect and we had a good turn out even with the date change. This event was made possible by the generous donations of 84 dozen eggs, three goose eggs and our volunteers who helped during this event. Special thanks to the Easter Bunny, who was able to visit, have pictures taken, and hand- ed out special treats to all the children. For donation of eggs, we thank Oak Grove Motor Lodge, Jackie's Drive-In, Ever- green Market, Country Style Hair Care, Mountain Market, Main Street Antiques, Moun- tain Valley Pizza, Indian Val- ley Healthy Start, Martha and Paul Bush, Jenny and Allen Buker, Jackie Johnson and her Girl Scout Troop, Fred Schoordyk, Eva Bridgman, the Guisasolas, and Reyna Rogers and family. Thank you to Indi- an Valley Hospital Long-term patients and the students of the After-school program for coloring eggs. To Mountain Valley Pizza keeping them cold and fresh till the day of our Egg Hunt. Thanks to our helpers Christina Rogers, Ali- cia Higbee, Fred Schoordyk and grandparents and rela- Referred to drug court plea agreement, cy was ordered last week byI ] He awoke Lee Bock, 47, of Greenville Plumas County Superior Court leaving the was referred last week in Felony reduced Judge Ira R. Kaufman to serve Newsl =lN edge and then Plumas County Superior Court The Plumas County District20 days in jail. The punish- Information that appears in this steel to the drug court program. ~%ttorney's office announced ment was issued as part of two column is compiled from the Call- ' las~t-w~eek that it was reducing years of probation. He also was fornia Highway Patrol activity When the Referred to drug court a felohy spousal abuse allega- ordered to serve 40 hours of logs in Quincy and, in some cases, rest at Forest Jones of Quincy was tion against Robert Paulson, community service. BissellSusanville. The fact that someone ick was referred last week in Plumas 27, of Portola to a misde-was convicted of misdemeanor has been involved in an automo- ingfrom County Superior Court to the meanor. The DA also dis- theft, bile accident does not constitute He drug court program, missed a felony assault aUega- liability or fault. In addition, the its seat belt tion against the defendant, Warrant i~tmed reporting CHPagency determines Warrant recalled who is scheduled to return to A warrant was issued last whether injuries in the accident Finding Plumas County Superior Plumas County Superior Court week in Plumas County Supe- are characterized as minor, rood- was too Court Judge Ira R. Kaufman May 1 to consider a possible rior Court for the arrest of Por- erate, major or fatal, dark, and recalled a warrant last week plea agreement, tola resident Timothy R. how far the for the arrest of Devon G. Big- Williams, 26. The defendant Highway 70, Rush Creek him, gs of Portola. The defendant Felony reduced was scheduled to appear April Minor injuries were report- and made a was referred to the drug court The Plumas County District20 for sentencing, ed when a Greenville resident his vehicle. program. Attorney's office announced fell asleep at the wheel of the When he last week that it was reducing 6 months 1999 Ford Ranger he was dri- ing morning, Felony reduced a felony spousal abuse allega- John Brenneman, 36, of ring and went off the highway embankment The Plumas County District tion against Susan L. Becker, Greenville was ordered last and down a steep embankment stood by the Attorney's office announced 46, of Chester to a misde-week by Plumas County Supe- nearly to the edge of the Feath- Within last week that it was reducing meanor. The defendant pled no riot Court Judge Ira R. Kauf- er River. deputies, on a felony child endangerment contest to the allegation in man to serve 6 months in jail. Mark H. Broderick, 37, wasing allegation against Monique Plumas County Superior The punishment was issued as driving westbound on High-The use of Rude, 25, of Plumas County to Court. When she is sentenced part of four years of probation way 70 west of Rush Creek in companied a misdemeanor. The DA also June 8 by Judge Ira R. Kauf- for child endangerment. Kauf- the Feather River Canyon airbags are dismissed a pair of drug man, she is not expected to re- man warned Brenneman that Tuesday, April 17, at 10:45p.m. ing felonies against the defendant, ceive any jail time. future offenses could result in Near Rush Creek he began minimum. who is scheduled to return to prison, to feel tired and found it diJ$i- Broderick's Plumas County Superior Court 20 days cult to stay awake, he report- jured. May 4 to consider a possible Daniel F. Bissell, 28, of Quin- ed. Newspaper policy Information that appears in this column is compiled from the Plumas County Sheriff's Depart- ment's activity log and, in some cas- es, the county correctional center's booking log. The newspaper does not report suspects" names in ar- rests for public intoxication or drunk driving (unless accompanied by a more serious charge, such as probation violation or a felony). The fact that someone has been ar- rested and charged with a crime does ,~ot constitute guilt. The case may never appear in court if the district attorney determines there is insufficient evidence to prosecute the case. If the amount of bail is not listed, the suspect is released with- out bail. The newspaper attempts to list the age of suspects whenever they are provided by the sheriff's de. partment. of Greenville, was arrested on an allegation of violating pro- bation. He also was cited for possessing marijuana. Wednesday, April 18 Drugs: Lori L. Brown of Chester, was arrested on an al- legation of possessing meth. THEFTS, BURGLARIES AND PROPERTY CRIMES Sunday, April 22 Auto: A Quincy resident re- ported vandalism to an auto- mobile. The estimated loss was about $200. Saturday, April 21 Train: The Portola Railroad Museum reported vandalism to a caboose. The estimated loss was about $300.. ARRESTS Sunday, April 22 Spousal abuse: Eric D. Williams, 24, of Quincy, was arrested on an allegation of spousal abuse. Saturday, April 21 Obstruction: Richard (John) Wilson, 47, was arrested on an Monday, April 16 Burglary: A Portola business reported a burglary. The esti- mated loss was about $175. OTHER REPORTS Thursday, April 19 Dogs I: A Chester resident re- ported that two dogs were chasing and trying to bite geese. tires who helped to make sureallegation of obstructing a peace officer . . our little egg hunters found Dogs II: A Greenville resident ieggs. In the ~our name 'rl~,lr~,t~,,~ An,-il ~Q : ~ reported~that two dogs were :was' not mentioned we clo ..... chasing and trying to bite a Thank You, one and all. Vzolatzon: egmal l F ............ horse. Indian Valley Chamber of Commerce officers and [ 8thA members. nnuai Kindergarten R0und-Up! / May is Kindergarten Round-Up Greenville Elementary i for kids getting ready for kin- May 3rd re k u are Qu,ncy Elementary/P|oneer | dergarten. F e chec- ps " " / offered at these school sites Bementary at Pioneer / for the dates listed The time is Elementary May 4th / from 9-11 a.m. Please allow at Chester Elementary | least an hour to complete. May 17th . / C.Roy t;armicnael Plumas County Public May 24th / Health Agency & P.U.S.D. 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