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4B Wednesday, May 20, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter SHERIFF'S BLOTTER Information in the Sheriff's Blotter is gathered from the dispatch logs provided by the Plumas County Sheriff's Offive. No individuals' names are reported. And those arrested should be presumed innocent until proven guilty. During the eight days from Tuesday, May 5, to Tuesday, May 12, there were 263 incidents handled by dispatchers. The reported incidents resulted in 12 arrests, 39 medical responses and eight fire responses. Following is a summary of the week's activity: BY THE NUMBERS 19 -- Domestic disturbances. 10 -- Probation checks. 3 -- Reports of lightning strikes. 3 -- Animals struck by vehicles. 3 -- Mountain lion sightings. 3 -- Bear sightings. 3 -- Reports of cows on the loose. ARRESTS Chester One arrested on charges of being in possession of stolen property, driving with a suspended license, possession of a controlled substance, REDUCE possession of drug paraphernalia and violating probation. One arrested on charges of burglary and being under the influence of a controlled substance. On arrested on charges of public intoxication and violating probation. One arrested on a charge of violating probation. Portola One arrested on charges of violating probation and public intoxication. One arrested on charges of being under the influence of a controlled substance and violating probation. Quincy One arrested on a charge of violating probation. Two arrested on a charge of public intoxication: One arrested on charges of battery and resisting arrest. One arrested on charges of public intoxication, trespassing and violating probation. Vinton One arrested on charges of threatening bodily harm, false imprisonment, child endangerment and violating probation. MISCELLANEOUS Tuesday, May 5 Honker A caller in Chester said she was being harassed by her landlord. She said he pulls in front of her residence each morning, honks the horn a few times and leaves. Catching some rays A caller reported a naked woman was walking along Highway 70 near Portola. A deputy responded and found the woman was not naked but was wearing a bikini. The woman was advised to find a more appropriated place to sunbathe. Sleeping it off A caller on Third Avenue in Portola said a young woman wearing shorts with a backpack was on the ground by a dumpster. A deputy responded and the woman was arrested on charges of public intoxication and violating probation. Mountain lion shot A caller on Aspen Drive in Portola said his brother shot a mountain lion on the property after the animal ran at them. Wednesday, May 6 Theft A man on East Main Street in Quincy reported the theft of construction material. Thursday, May 7 Cows in town A caller reported cows were loose and walking down Main Street in Greenville. Friday, May 8 Harassed A caller in Quincy asked to speak with a deputy regarding his wife being sexually harassed by their landlord. Crash course A caller on Main Street in Quincy reported someone ran into his trailer with their vehicle. A deputy responded and found the vehicle was driven by a 15-year-old female who was learning to drive. Stuck in the woods A caller reported he was stuck in the woods after crashing his car near Two Rivers off Highway 70 near Graeagle. The caller said he wasn't injured and left the scene on foot and was now in the woods near a ravine. A caller reported seeing a vehicle matching the caller's description going off the road in that area. Search and rescue responded and recovered the man. He was transferred to Plumas District Hospital and held for a mental health evaluation. Down on the road A male was found laying in the middle of Wolf Creek Road near Kinder in the Greenville. Indian Vailey/Crescent Mills fire responded and the person was transported to PDH. RE-USE RECYCLE Budget conscious? Find gooa prices & good values at these area stores. "Quality treasures at affordable prices." BaF00aln Boatlqae fine their, & flirts "A Uulqae 8hop" O$T RICT/f,, €,'11=,,. 4os w. Main St., Q uinoy 283-4345 "VO1Ttgg?'5 Mon.' Sat. • 1 lam - 4pm "Bargains Galore" 530-927-8790 373 W. Sierra Avenue, Portola CA • Antiques • o hP  (C(o)n]nu[(e ss ]P ]la(ce Se(c(o)n(dl Han(dl T]r(e assui]r(e ss • Used Furniture • Household Items • Collectibles • Books • Jewelry Open 7 Days a Week • 10am-4pm 72850 Hwy. 70 • 3 Miles West of Portola • 530-249-1745 i KRISSY'S KLOSET AND KOLLECTIBLES THmFT STORE 530_832_5600 • Second-hand Clothing • Collect/bias, New & Used, and much more • Donations Welcome Mon-Fri., 10am - 5pm; Sat., 10am-Jpm • 181 Nevada St., Portola CLOTHING BOOKS HOUSEWARES JEWELRY & MORE Come and see the menagerie! 230 Main Street, Quincy • Rekindle Thrift Store Men, Women & Children's fashions. Local Artwork, Electronics, Furniture and much, much more! l,awRy Avallable on AIJ, ARTWORK. fi) , :i-i: ;: ?::!/(G 4 i ?i, [ [[ 530-616-0095 • 2288 E. Main st., Quincy i Peninsula FIRE SIRENS Thrift Store The Peninsula Fire Sirens ,' ]7-.l Refurbished Thrift Store ;  Newly t Come see the new store. Great prices! Wednesday & Saturday • 10am-2pm PUBLIC WELCOME 801 Golf Club Drive, Lake Almanor 100lh EPHC Auxiliary Nifty Thrifty 116 Commercial St. • "Old Town Portola" 832-5967 Open for donations and great values. Tuesday through Saturday, lOam-3pm ,,TH Clothing & Misc. Treasures / m :- All Donations Welcome Plumas Fire Dtstrict '\\;j Open Tue - Sat • lOam-4pm Closed Sun & Mon 832 9676 208 W. Sierra Ave., Portola Weme to tile c&st Cfoin, Yumitum CoEectifes Jess/ca Lebsack & Victoria Powell (530) 283-3627 2095 E. Main St. Quincy, CA 95971 Unexpected campers A caller reported several cars parked in the middle of Oakland Camp near Quincy. The caller said no cars should be there. A deputy responded and the parties said they thought it was a free camping area. They broke camp and moved on. Saturday, May 9 Accidental capture A caller in Chilcoot reported accidentally trapping a feral cat in a squirrel cage. Mountain lion A caller on Mt. Hough Circle in Crescent Mills reported seeing a mountain lion. Antagonists A caller on Lawrence Street in Quincy reported ongoing harassment by her neighbors who were reportedly poking a stick through the fence and antagonizing her dog. Train vs. bear The Union Pacific Railroad reported one of its trains hit a black bear near Rich Bar at milepost marker 264.8. Close cow A caller reported she came around a corner and almost hit a cow about 1.5 miles west of Stampfli on North Valley Road near Greenville. A deputy responded and the cow's owner was contacted. Sunday, May 10 Almost over the hill A caller reported that he and his friend (both over 60 years old) were stuck on Cleghorn Bar Trail near La Porte. The caller said they were haft way up the hill but couldn't walk any further. A deputy responded and escorted the two hikers to the pavement. Bear in town A caller on Jackson Street in Quincy said there was a bear on Main Street. The caller said the bear quickly ran back toward the woods. Monday, May 11 Stolen bikes A caller on Kinder Avenue in Greenville reported the theft of two bicycles. Mountain lion vs. dog A caller on Iron Horse Drive in Portola said his dog was badly injured after being attacked by a mountain lion. The caller said the dog's throat was ripped open and its hips were broken. Treed bear A caller on Foothill Way in Quincy said there was a baby bear in a tree near children who were walking by. The caller said the mother bear had not been seen. Fish and Wildlife responded and the bear cub left the tree and headed back up the hill. Boat theft A caller on Big Springs Road near Lake A/manor reported the theft of a paddleboat. Dead animal A caller reported seeing a male and female dump an animal carcass into the wate at Greenhorn Creek along Highway 70. The caller said the two people left in a truck and headed east. A deputy contacted the subjects. They said they were dumping a dead skunk and did not put it in the water. Suspicious A caller on Main Street in Quincy said a male, wearing a hooded shirt, and two females approached the back of his U-Haul trailer thinking that he wasn't there. He said as soon as they saw him the two females turned and walked toward the Meadows apartments while the male took off running toward the Downtown trailer park. The caller said he wanted extra patrol checks because he suspected the three individuals intended to steal from him. Tuesday, May 12 Homeless and wet A caller in Quincy reported that a tenant she had evicted the previous day was sitting in the rain wrapped in a tarp. She said she was concerned for her former tenant's safety. A deputy responded by the former tenant was gone. Burned dinner A caller on Claremont Drive in Quincy said her barbecue was on fire. Quincy fire responded. Leaving the scene? 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