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4B Wednesday, April 28, 2010 LAW, from page 3B caller he would have to call his own phone company, as the dispatcher didn't know what company he received service from. the roadway in front of the Guess: In Chester, someone substation, The CHP reported -reported a man who was in its unit was out of the area. A deputy advised there were 75 - 100 discharged shells and Caltrans would sweep them up. Information Was given to the CHP. The Gun Laws in this State I Don't Do Tiger Woods Jokes the ER to visit a patient was threatening the staff. A deputy advised that the man agreed to leave for the night. Saturday, April 17 Maybe Not Safer But Less Ille- gal Apparently: In Quincy, a are so Restrictive that You Actually have to Walk Out- You: In Chester, a caller re- side a Law Enforcement ported the theft of golf clubs Building Before Firing 100 for a $3,0001oss. Rounds Randomly: In Portola, the CHP requested assistance That's Another Theory of with picking up amino from How to Get Better Service I Because I'm Not a Hack Like caller reported multiple shots fired. The caller said there were several juveniles or young adults shooting in an unsafe manner. A deputy re- ported contacting a male who advised they were playing FENCE POSTS  :; ii!! iii!iG::?:::i I: .i  :: :::: iiijii  ::!]:  :   ::.:::: i :. :: :: ::ii?ii 4X4 08' Po ::ii ..... iii::iiii:: 0: - 08' D.E Pn  ii:',*iii:iiiif ' 4X;,, _ 8' Round  FENCE BOARDS i:: ;';.:.: ======================================== v :.;..;::::?-:-::, :- ::: ,-.;.:. .-::   : ::i ;::: iii ,;i i  i :i Barb Wire Available by Special Order LT ill" Full line of ... a:a" Wire Fencing 4x8 Cedar Ranch Gates x8 Color white, n ,ounTnin 1947 LEE RD., QUINCY 283-0924 NS" in !?i;i .: I with homemade fireworks. Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Monday, April 19 Burglary: In Quincy, a caller reported burglaries to three separate trailers at the fair- grounds. Wednesday, April 21 Juvenile Assault: In Chester, was traveling westbound on SR-79, approaching Two Rivers Road, in a 1997 Honda civic at a stated speed of 60 mph. CHP reported a cold spring storm was passing through the area and snow was falling and collecting on- to the roadway. Olynyk was traversing a a deputy reported receiving left to right curve in the road- information of an assault with injuries at Chester High School. Information was giv- en to SIFC, and a deputy ad- vised a juvenile was taken in- to custody. Juvenile Assault: In Portola, someone reported a male ju- venile approximately ll- years-old was choking anoth- er child and became verbally abusive with the reporter when she tried to intervene. The caller said the suspect started a fight with another child. The juvenile was taken into custody. Information was given probation. CHP REPORT Deer in sight, April 17 Lisa Thompson, 53, of Por- tola, was driving a 2006 Mit- subishi Eclipse westbound on SR-70, approximately one mile west of US-395 at 65 mph. CHP reported a deer crossing the highway hit the left front fender of Thompson's vehicle. The deer was thrown into the windshield. The windshield shattered and partially pushed into the driver's compartment. Thompson was uninjured. Slippery roadway, April 21 way when her vehicle lost traction on the slippery road- way. The vehicle began to ro- tate clockwise as it left the roadway and traveled onto the north shoulder. The vehicle struck a black and yellow highway advisory sign sheering off the wooden post. The vehicle traveled down a drainage embankment backwards until, the rear of the vehicle struck the moun- tainside. Olynyk was uninjured. Right hand-turn, April 22 Rafael Diaz, 30, of Sacra- mento, was driving a 1999 Kenworth tractor-trailer southbound on Quincy Junc- tion Road and came to a stop at Main Street. He was preparing to make right hand-turn onto Main Street. Amy Hughes, 35, ofuincy was driving a 2007 D( cge Du- tango southbound on (uincy Junction Road, behi d Diaz, with approximately three or four cars between them CHP reported, per an inde- pendent witness, Hugles de- cided to pass the cars and pulled up beside DiaZ as he was already moving anal mak- ing his right hand-turn.] Hughes realized Dilaz did not see her and was c6ntinu- The trailer from Diaz's vehi- cle began to crush her vehicle on the left side. Hughes climbed into the passenger seat and started sounding her horn as her vehicle was being crushed and dragged. Diaz heard the horn and stopped his vehicle. No one was injured during the collision. The CHP would like to re- mind the motoring public that with spring fast approaching, the truck traffic will increase. Please use caution while mak- ing turns around big rigs. Be cautious when pulling up be- side a big rig. Be patient with large trucks as they need more room to make right hand-turns than does a small- er vehicle. Remember when you are on the right hand side of a big rig, you are difficult for the driver to see. Two deer, April 23 Jeremy Stephenson, 22, of Quincy was driving a 1993 Honda Civic westbound on Bucks Lake Road. According to CHP, Stephenson was dri- ving down Bucks Lake Road too fast, when two deer ran out in front of his vehicle. Stephenson swerved into oncoming traffic and lost con- trol of the vehicle, which be- gan to fishtail on the road. The vehicle drove off the road onto the eastbound side and . left the roadway. The vehicle traveled ap- proximately 30.feetdown an embankment, through some trees and came to rest in a small creek, facing north- bound. Stephenson was un- Coral Olynyk, 19, of Quincy ing with his right han I turn. harmed. " Posch plea case c )ntinu,00cl Joshua Sebold Staff Writer jsebold@olumasnews.com High Desert State Prison Sergeant Todd Posch, who was scheduled for a possible plea Tuesday, April 20, had his case continued one week to Tuesday, April 27. ,PlUm County Dtsr.ict:At, torney Jeff Cunan reported af- ter a Tuesday, March 30, pre- trial conference the only offer CH1:4CK OUT THE ALL-NEW ... made to the defendant was to plead as charged to two counts of filing a false police report. Each charge carriesmaxi- mum possible jail sentence of six months for a total expo- sure of one year. Pleading could als leave Posch open to resti[ution charges. / The P lumas County Sheriffs Office has alleged tha Posch fabricated two incidentwhere he reported being asshulted, / which resulted in more than $100,000 of state and local funds being expended in inves- tigative and security efforts. Plumas County Sheriff Greg Hagwood has made it clear that he expects full resti- tution from the defendant for expenses incurred by his de- partment. Cunan encouraged "those who feel that they were affect- ed by these incidents" to con- tact the DA's office. I $ qE00W ... Name, Cc ntenL Advertisers o. 2 New This monthly magazine is packed full of information! You'll find all you need to know- fro to maintenance and everything in between!! And the best- It's FREE! Pick up your FREE many distribution racks or stop by any Feather Publishing Co. office. L, ! m purchasing a home copy at any of our For advertising rates and deadlines, call your local newspaper Our friendly advertising staff is here tohelp you. 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