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m Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, May 19,2010 3B LAW O, RDER Law and Order policy Information 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. Arrests One person was arrested on a domestic violence charge. One person was arrested for driving with a license that was suspended for a previous DUI conviction. Three people were arrested on Medical DUI charges. Friday, May 7 Monday, May 10 Hip: In Quincy, a caller re- Vomiting: In Greenville, a Two people were arrested on quested an ambulance for a caller requested an ambu- assault charges, fall victim with a hip injury, lance for a male vomiting The call was transferred toblack liquid. The call was One person was arrested for PDH, and Quincy Fire was transferred to SLEMS, and In- allegedly violating probation paged. PDH advised Fire dianValley Fire waspaged. by being intoxicated, could cancel. One person was arrested for allegedly violating probation. One person was arrested for an intoxication charge. One person was arrested for allegedly violating probation Fall: In Quincy, a caller re- requested an ambulance for a requested an ambulance for a Mountain, C Road cancelled by possessing concentrated quested medical aid for a fe- male who was unresponsive male fall victim. The call was its response, and PFD was cannabis, male fall victim. PDH andbut breathing. The call was transferred to EPDH, and Por- paged. Information was given Quincy Fire were paged, transferred to EPDH. Graea- t01a Fire was paged and re- to a dispatch supervisor to Fire gle and Whitehawk Fire were sponded, correct the error in the future. Sunday, May 9 Cardiac: In Keddie, a caller paged and responded. Illegal: In Blairsden, a caller requested an ambulance for a Wednesday, May 12 Diabetic: In Meadow Valley, a reported he believed the 4male with chest pains. TheFall: In Greenville, a caller re- Sick: In Portola, someone re- caller requested an ambu- house across the street had call was transferred to PDH quested an ambulance for his quested an ambulance for ill- lance for her elderly mother an illegal burn pile due to it and an ambulance was paged, wife who had fallen. The call ness and flu-like symptoms, who was having some type of being after four in the after- was transferred to SLEMS. In- The call was transferred to diabetic reaction and was dis- noon. Information was given Fall: In Cromberg, a caller re- dian Valley and Crescent EPDH, and Portola Fire wasoriented. The call was trans- to the USFS. The FS advised quested an ambulance for her Mills Fire were paged and re, paged, ferred to PDH, and MVFD was it would like Eastern Plumas husband who had fallen andsponded. Information was giv- paged. to handle the situation. Infor- was injured. The call was en to a deputy. Airway: In Chester, a caller mation was given to the EP transferred to PDH. An ambu- requested medical aid for a Immobile: InChester, medical fire chief, who said he would lance and Long Valley FireTuesday, May 11 male who wasn't respondingaid was requested for a female handle it. werepaged. Airway: In Taylorsville, abut was breathing. The call with difficulty walking. The caller requested an ambu- was transferred to SIFC. call was transferred to SIFC, Wednesday, May 12 Cardiac: In Seneca, someone lance for a male with difficul- and information was given to Structure: In Portola, a page was reportedly having a heart ty breathing. The call wasPain: In Portola, a caller re- a sergeant. went out for a possible struc- attack. The call was trans- transferred to SLEMS, and In- quested an ambulance for a ture fire. Eastern Plumas Fire ferred to SIFC. SIFC called dian Valley Fire was paged, male in pain. Portola Fire was Fall: In Greenville, medical and Beckwourth Fire were back and advised it didn't cov- paged, aid was requested for a fall paged for support. Sierra Pa- er Seneca. Information wasCardiac: In Portola, a caller victim. cific Power was also notified given to SLEMS. requested an ambulance forFall: In Quincy, a caller re- of the situation. EPDH was re- himself as he was having quested an ambulance for a fe- Miscellaneous sponding to stand by. Saturday, May 8 heart problems. The call was male who was a recent am- Friday, May 7 Cardiac: In Greenville, a transferred to EPDH. putee and had fallen. The call A Polite and Helpful Jure- Thursday, May 13 caller reported her mother was transferred to PDH. Annile? In Portola, a caller re- Power Line: In Portola some- might be having a heart at- Abdominal: In Greenville, a ambulance and Quincy Fire ported a suspicious car one reported a power line was tack. The call was transferred caller requested an ambu- were paged, stopped a juvenile and asked on fire. The caller said the to SLEMS, and IVFD was lance for a 19-year-old with for directions in the morning. fire was out but the power paged, abdominal pain. The call was Thursday, May 13 The reporter felt this was sus- went out. The caller added transferred to SLEMS, and In- Cardiac: In Keddie, a caller picious. Information was put that the power line fell off and Fall: In Chester, a caller re- dian Valley Fire was paged, requested an ambulance for a on file and a sergeant was on was lying in the backyard. In- quested an ambulance for her- male with chest pain. The call the lookout in the area. formation was given to Sierra self, as she fell down some Surgery Complications: In was transferred to PDH, and Pacific Power and the fire de- stairs. The caller said she had Meadow Valley, a caller re- Quincy Fire was paged: Must be a Raider Fan (Search partment was handling the a back injury. The call was quested an ambulance for for "Holy Roller Game" on situation transferred to SIFC, and infor- himself, as he was having Immobile: In Portola, some- Youtube): In Meadow Valley, marion was given to a deputy, post surgery complications, one's wife was reportedly hay- a caller reported his neighbor The call was transferred to ing trouble with her handsdidn't throw his trash away PDH. An ambulance and shaking and couldn't walk.properly and then the bears Meadow Valley Fire were The call was transferred to got into it and dragged it all paged and responded. EPDH. C Road Fire was paged over tl e neighborhood. and responding. EPDH said the address was in Gold Cardiac: In Beckwourth, a Limb: In Portola, a caller caller requested an ambu- requested an ambulance at lance for his morn who was a school cafeteria for some- having chest pains. The call one with a leg injury. The was transferred to EPDH, and call was transferred to Beckwourth Fire was page& EPHC, and Portola Fire was paged. Airway: In Blairsden, a caller VITALS, from page 2B husband, Brent, of Rancho Bernardo; Mardee Capo and husband, Art, of Rancho Pe- nasquitos; a nephew David R. Hughes and wife, Deanna, of E1 Centro, along v ith many great nieces and great nephews all of whom have fond memories of their fish- ing and waterskiing vaca- tions with Fred. Private inurnment of Fred's cremains will take place in the Skylawn Memorial Park in San Mateo, alongside his mother. 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