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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, May 6, 2015 3B LAW ORDER 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 guilty. During the week of Tuesday, April 21, to Monday, April 27, there were 187 incidents handled by dispatchers. The reported incidents resulted in 13 arrests, 28 medical responses and six fire responses. Following is a summary of the week's activity: BY THE NUMBERS 13 -- Domestic disputes. 5 -- Reports of smoke or fire in a forested area. Four of the calls were made from different areas Wednesday afternoon, April 22. 3 -- Reports of people urinating in public. 3 -- Deer struck by vehicles. 2 -- Reports of lightning strikes. 1 -- Rockslide on a roadway. ARRESTS Chester One arrested on a charge of selling a controlled substance. Greenville One arrested on a charge of violating parole. One arrested on charges of driving with a suspended license and violating probation. l~ortola One arrested on a charge of violating probation. One arrested on charges of battery and tmlawful exhibition of a deadly weapon. One arrested on charges of being under the influenceof a cont,r~lled substa~a~4 :; .... violating probatibn. Quincy One arrested on a charge of violating parole. Two arrested on a charge of violating probation. One arrested on charges of public intoxication, battery, vandalism and resisting arrest. One arrested on charges of trespassing and resisting arrest. One arrested on charges of driving with a suspended license, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. One arrested on a charge of public intoxication. MISCELLANEOUS Tuesday, April 21 Bell ringer A caller at a Quincy motel reported a skinny man wearing a cowboy hat was pounding on the office door and continually ringing the bell. The caller said the man left, but came back. An officer responded and discovered the man was a customer who had the wrong room key. He just wanted some help from the clerk. Roundup A caller in Portola dialed 911 and then hung up. When a dispatcher returned the call the man said he originally thought someone was trespassing on his property. But he realized it was actually someone trying to catch a horse that had gotten loose. Wednesday, April 22 Road closed Two callers on Kinder Avenue in Greenville said a semi truck apparently hit a utility pole and shattered it, leaving a power line hanging about 10 feet above the roadway. The California Highway Patrol and Pacific Gas and Electric Co. were notified and the county closed the road while repairs were made. Fire The U.S. Forest Service reported a t'ire north of Beckwourth in the Dotta Canyon area. The smoke was visible from Highway 70. Sinkhole The CHP received a report of a sinkhole that had opened up on Purdy Lane near Elizabeth Road in Quincy. A nearby resident said the hole was about 6 feet deep and was under the roadway. The county was notified. Thursday, April 23 House fire Several callers near Peninsula Drive on the Lake Almanor peninsula reported a house was on fire. Firefighters responded to the fully engulfed structure. Where's the beef?. Awoman in Portola said her boyfriend locked her out of the house because she forgot to ALL MOMS! Stop by participating merchants & receive a flower! l la, - Quincy Hot Spot Carey Candy Co. Great Northern Hair Emily's Garden Epilog Books Forest Stationers Quincy Hot-Spot @ 283-2929 To send a legal: typesetting@plumasnews.com To send an advertisement: mail@pJumasnews.com buy meat at the grocery store. Friday, April 24 Underage drinking Two juveniles in Greenville were caught drinking alcohol in public. Deputies responded and the juveniles were released to the custody of their parents. Paycheck problem A caller in Greenville reported that his employer got physical with him after the caller confronted the employer about his paycheck. Saturday, April 25 Trashed A caller in Portola asked to speak to a deputy about some illegal dumping. The deputy responded and discovered there was nothing illegal. The trash pile was the result of the neighbor's dog getting into the garbage. The neighbor was advised to keep her dogs off the property. Sunday, April 26 Peeing in public A caller on Semaphore Road and A15 in Portola said a person urinated at the bus stop. Monday, April 27 Sprayed and neutered A caller on Third Street in Chester said her roommate was "freaking out." She said the roommate hit her and also hit his dog. She said the roommate left the house on foot after she pepper sprayed him. Playground fire A caller reported someone at Quincy Elementary School set a small fire on the playground sometime over the weekend. A deputy contacted the school and a juvenile was counseled. More public urination A caller in Portola said a person who was doing construction the neighborhood was seen urinating on a tree in a front yard. Claim jumpers A caller in the Slate Creek area near La Porte requested to speak with a deputy about an ongoing problem with people trespassing on his mining claim. Peeing in the park A caller on Fairgrounds Road in Quincy said two females, who appeared to be intoxicated, were urinating in the park. Giants Cooler with your insurance quote... Call me 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 CHP REPORT was determined that Miller riding a 2012 Harley. At had been driving under the approximately 3:45 p.m., the The following incidents are influence of alcohol. Miller group was traveling submitted by the QuincyArea was arrested, but released to southbound on Highway 89, California HighwayPatrol as medical personnel due to her approaching Gold Lake a tentativesummarypending injuries. Highway. the conclusion of the Neither Livermore nor investigation(s). State Route 49, April 25 Canter was familiar with the While on patrol, a Sierraroad. Preparing to make a State Route 284, April 25 County sheriffs deputy, 45, right turn onto Gold Lake Jennifer Miller, 29, of of Downieville, was driving a Highway, Livermore began Reno, Nevada, was driving 1999 Ford Expedition to slow down. Due to her Jeep Cherokee southbound on State RouteCanter's close proximity to northbound on Frenchman 49, south of Loyalton. AtLivermore's motorcycle in Lake Road at an unknown, about 7:52 p.m., just north of conjunction with being but unsafe, speed. At Genasci Road, he was unfamiliar with the road, he approximately 3:45, Miller traveling at a stated speed of was unable to safely slow and allowed her vehicle to leave 55 mph. applied his motorcycle's the roadway and travel down The deputy saw a deer brakes. Canter continued the east dirt and gravel entering the roadway ahead south and collided with the shoulder. The Jeep of his patrol vehicle andright side of Livermore's continued along a small slowed to 35 mph. As he did motorcycle. The impact drainage ditch before hitting so, another deer jumped from caused Livermore to lose a pine tree. the east shoulder into his control of his motorcycle and Bystanders at the nearby path. The driver was unable the right side of the Chilcoot Campground heard to.av0id the second deer. The motorcycle went down onto the collision and responded front of the Expedition hit the highway. Livermore and to the scene. Miller was the animal, his passenger were ejected found unconscious in the The deputy was wearing onto the road. driver's seat of her vehicle, his safety belt at the time of Canter continued through The bystanders were able to the collision and was notthe intersection and left the call 911 and provide injured. There was minor roadway south of Gold Lake assistance until emergency damage to the front of the Highway. He entered a dirt units arrived. The airbags vehicle, ditch on the west side of had deployed; however, the Highway 89. His motorcycle driver was not wearing her State Route 89, April 26 overturned. Canter and his safety belt. Thomas Livermore, 54, of passenger were both ejected Miller suffered head Grass Valley, and Williamfrom the motorcycle. trauma, and complained of Canter, 61, of Nevada City, Minor to moderate injuries neck and back pain as a were riding Harley Davidson were reported as s result of result of the collision. She motorcycles with passengers, this collision. 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