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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, May 5, 2010 3B LAW and ORDER Law and Order policy Informa{ion that appears in this column is compiled from the Plumas County Sheriff's Office' activity log, the county correctional center's booking log and California Highway Patrol press releases. The Sheriff's Blotter shows initial charges, In some instances the charges may change- after the dispatch report. We do not report suspects' names in arrests for public intoxication or drunken driving unless accompanied by another serious charge, such as probation violation, a vehicle accident or another felony. The fact that someone has been arrested and charged with a crime does not constitute guilt. The case may never appear in court if the district attorney determines there is insufficient evidence to prosecute. The fact that someone was involved in an automobile collision does not constitute liability .or fault. Minors are named as legal-age drivers at 16, unless they are charged with a crime in conjunction with an incident. The CliP determines whether injuries are characterized as minor, moderate or fatal. SHERIFF'S BLOTTER Arrests One person was arrested on an intoxication charge. One person was arrested on a charge of receiving stolen property. One person was arrested on a weapons charge. Six people were arrested on DUI charges. One person was arrested on a charge of possessing concen- trated cannabis. One person was arrested on a charge of violating a restrain- ing order. One person was arrested on a court remand. One person was arrested on charges of possessing and be- ing under the influence of a controlled substance. One person was arrested on a theft charge. Fire Tuesday, April 27 Smoke: In Portola, someone reported seeing a large plume of smoke from an unknown source near Two Rivers. Smoke: In Greenville, some- one reported seeing smoke on the Keddie Ridge, halfway up above the Indian cemetery. The call was transferred to the USFS. Indian Valley Fire was paged and responded to investigate. USFS was responding. Was it Smoking? In Portola, someone reported a structure fire near Taylor Avenue. The fire department was in the area and couldn't locate any- thing. Dispatch contacted the reporter who was looking at the area with binoculars and said it was a large red flag, not a fire. All responding units were cancelled and a deputy was advised. Medical Friday, April 23 Stroke: In Chester, medical aid was requested for a possi- ble stroke victim. The call was transferred to SIFC. A sergeant advised medical wasn't needed. Unknown Malady: On the Lake Almanor Peninsula, medical aid was requested for an unknown female. The call was transferred to SIFC and information was given to a deputy. The patient was transferred. Fall: In Portola, a female fall victim was reported at a ranch. The call was trans- ferred to EPHC, and Sierra Valley Fire was paged. Cardiac: In Greenville, a caller requested an ambu- lance for her father who just had his pacemaker put in. The call was transferred to Lassen EMS, and Indian Val- ley Fire was paged. Fall: In Quincy, a caller re- ported a male fell and hit his head on the, concrete at the fairgrounds. PDH and Quincy Fire were paged. A sergeant on scene advised the male was possibly having a diabet- ic episode and was taken home by family. Saturday, April 24 Stomach: In Greenville, med- ical aid was requested for a fe- male with stomach pain. The call was transferred to SLEMS, and IV/CM Fire was paged. Another page indicat- ed fire should stage for a land- ing zone. ATV Crash: In Chilcoot. a caller reported an ATV acci- dent. The call was transferred to EPHC, and Sierra Valley Fire was paged. Information was given to Lassen County. Sick: In Quincy, a caller re- ported her sister was ill. The call was transferred to PDH. Fire and an ambulance were handling the situation. Unknown Malady: In Greenville, a caller requested an ambulance. The call was transferred to Lassen EMS. The victim was transported to PDH. Monday, April 26 Unconscious: In Portola, a caller requested an ambu- lance for a man who passed out. The call was transferred to EPDH, and Portola Fire was paged. Cardiac: On the East Shore of Lake Almanor, a caller re- quested an ambulance for her son who had chest pain. The call was transferred to SIFC. Unknown Malady: In Portola, EPDH requested fire respond to See Law, page 4B ] J VITALS, from page 2B and hiking throughout the West. Robert was also an avid runner, cyclist, and skier, and devoted considerable time and energy to environmental causes, serving for a time as the president of the local chapter of the Sierra Club. He is survived by Sally, his wife of 50 years; sons David and Sam; brother Richard; and four grandchildren. A memorial service will be held Saturday, May 8, at noon at Heart K Ranch in Genesee. The family requests that dona- tions be made in Robert Pos- her's name to the Feather Riv- er Land Trust. P.O. Box 1826, Quincy, CA 95971, Ann Marie Edmondson Ann Marie was born Oct. 7, 1935, and died Feb. 23, 2010. She was t~I~f.n.t.o Leo and Hilda Britschgi in San Fran- cisco, and died from acute lymphoblastic leukemia con- tracted one year previous de2 spite current treatments in Oceanside. We ask you to remember her passion for life, her love of her family and her keen ap- preciation for nature. Ann attended high school in Greenville, where she met her future husband Bob Edmond- son. She attended California State University, Chico for twa years. Ann and Bob were married Oct. 16, 1955, in Los Angeles. They spent the next 54 years together, build- ing a family, pursuing careers and traveling the world. Ann earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in education from San Diego State University. She was passionate about the importance of education and served several years in the public school system in many different capacities including ESL, special needs and substi- tute teaching. Ann's vibrant spirit and outgoing personality was loved by all. She loved shar- ing her time and interests, such as tennis, golf, bridge, and the Super Bowl, with friends and family. She was an avid, eclectic reader, spending much "of her quiet time engrossed in a book, tending to her dahlias or tackling a Sudoku puzzle. Ann had an adventurous heart and was amazed by the strength and beauty of nature. She and Bob explored the globe to experience nature's wonders together. Highlights of their adventures include: snorkeling in the Great Barri- er Reef, kayaking through the tropical rainfore~t of Aus- tralia, cruising on a riverboat down the Amazon, and going on a wildlife safari in Africa. The sight of the world's greatest waterfalls took Ann's breath away. Bob and Ann ventured by boat, plane, and even by ultralight to take in the splendor of Niagara Falls, Zimbabwe's Victoria Falls, and Brazil's Iguassu Falls, never mind sipping wine in the great cities of Europe. But her greatest love was her family. She is survived by her husband, Bob Edmond- son; sister, Carolyn Edmond- son; half siblings, Bill and Amber Davies; her sons, Robert, Michael and David; daughter, Leslie Ann Morgan; adoptive daughter, Courtney Leigh Rogers; and the very large, loving, extended family that miss her and are thank- ful that we had her for 74 years to know and love. CARDS of THANKS " The family of Bill Harrison would like to express our heartfelt appreciation for the wonderful care given him by the doctors and nursing staff at Plumas District Hospital. & Mallery IIII Attorneys at Law PROBATE TRUST ADMINISTRATION ESTATE PLANNING 257-4300 75 S. Gay Street. Susanville Mandated & DUI NOW OFFERING llSSO HSS Treatment Program at these locations: 372 Main St., Chester 430 Main St., Greenville 2288 E. Main St., Jackson Ste., Quincy 500 First Avenue, Portola by Patty Miller & John Banks ORTHERN OPEN SATURDAYS FOR ADOPTIONS ONLY 10am-2pm Simple enrollment Process We handle the details for you! Low fees & monthly payments Convenient class schedules & times Satellite offices available in Portola, Greenville and Chester We can help you! Program Directors: Andrew Mclntyre and Karen Coffren 231 Main St., #206 (above the post office) Quincy 530--283-9921 Our thanks also to the emer- gency response team for their attentive care when called to our home. John Fehrman, the funeral director, was so helpful with decisions that had to be made and made himself available for all our questions and con- cerns. We would like to thank Pas- tor John Sturley of the Springs of Hope Christian Fel- lowship for a wonderful memorial service. The pianist and vocalist provided truly inspiring music. The ladies of the SHCF made the reception area so welcoming; everything was so pretty. The Pink Ladies pro- vided some wonderful food. Thank you to all our friends in the community and those who traveled here for the wonderful support of our loved one. Bill will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him. Sincerely Ar line Harrison and family The family of Jewel Lawry would like to express our heartfelt thanks to our many friends and neighbors for the cards, prayers, and loving support given to us at Jewel's passing. Special thanks to Dr. Morgan and staff for their compassionate care and Pastor George Tarleton for his kindness in helping us through this difficult time. With deepest appreciation to Doreen Wood and Plumas Community Hospice, along with Home Health, for their wonderful help, care, and compassion. Sincerely, The Monroe and Lawry families To the Community of Quin- cy, Plumas County Les Schwab, Ran and Steff, Plumas County Sheriff's Of- fice-aBd staff gave our family. To all who sent flowers, food, cards and most of all hugs and prayers. Thank you. Thank you. Larry is smiling. Love to all. The Gonsalves Family BIRTHS Gracie Ann McGarr Gracie Ann McGarr was born to Melony and Tyler McGarr of Portola April 10, 2010, at 3:58 p.m. at Plumas District Hospital in Quin- cy. She weighed 7 pounds, 2 ounces. Maternal grandparents are Karen and Skip Partlow of Beckwourth and Ken and Kathy Smith of Calpine. Paternal grandparents are Kayna and Ronnie McGarr of Portola. Great-grandparents are Ral and Susie Klundy of Portola; Leonard and Elaine Ross, also of Port01a; Jim and Marylou Smith of Beckwourth, and Thank ydi~ f~ the outp6u#/Jer/~'~hr/d Maryann Porter of ing of love and support you Auburn. Celebrate Mother's Day at with a special champagne breakfast and a delightful dinner Reservations suggested 259-2464 Champagne Breakfast Specials Crab Cake Benedict with grilled tomatoes Individual Quiches with fresh fruit cup and housemade muffins Southwestern Omelet with housemade chorizo, green chile sauce and jack cheese Banana Foster Waffles with pecans and whipped cream Regular menu also available Sunday Night Special Old Fashioned Fried Chicken is back! Full Dinner Menu Lobster Tail Special 2932 Almanor Drive West, Lake Almanor I'W/ now Friends of Plumas County Animal Shelter is giv'mg a$25 voucher to W2 " Q~e help offset the cost to spay or neuter when you adopt a pet from the shelter! Q~ Boc-~phus~s a sweet Plott/Red O~O Tick Hound. This housebroken male needs your love. Nala is a loving, 4-month-old brown O~O I and white Pitt cross. This female is great t~O on a leash and needs a good home. "~" Shelter hours are Monday and Friday 8am - 5pm, Wednesdays 10-7pm, closed 1-2pm for @~@ lunch and closed weekends. Plumas Animal Services charges a $10 fee and license fees are $5 per year. An officer will deliver a pet to the adopting party's veterinary of choice to hove O~OI the animal altered in completion of the adoption requirement. For more information, call Q~$ 283-3673 or visit , Qaq ~@ AMERICAN VALLEY ANIMAL HOSPITAL Wecarryawideselectionofpetfood and Flea & .Tick products 283 4500 Alta & Lee Rd. Quincy ( /