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lOB Wednesday, May 23, 2001 Bulietin, Pro, Newspaper policy Information that appears in this column is compiled from the California Highway Patrol activity logs in Quincy and, in some cases, Susanville. The fact that someone has been in- volved in an automobile acci- dent does not constitute liabili- ty or fault. In addition, the re- porting CHP agency deter- mines whether injuries in the accident are characterized as minor, moderate, major or fa- tal. Highway 70, Paxton Road No injuries were reported when a Yuba City resident was involved in a single-vehi- cle incident Sunday, May 20, at 3 a.m. Robert Massey, 59, was dri- ving a 1994 Ford pickup west- bound on Highway 70, west of Paxton Road, at 55 mph. For an unknown reason, the vehicle veered toward the cen- terline. when three Greenville resi- dents were involved in a sin- gle-vehicle incident Monday, May 14, at 8:50 p.m. Ashley[,. Lincoln, 18, was driving a~l,~91 Ford Bronco northbound ~r~Second Street Massey swerved the vehicle back to the right, ran off the north roadway edge and over- turned into the ditch. Massey then left a note on the vehicle and left the scene, presumably making it to Quincy to obtain a tow truck, in Greenville at a stated 45 according to the report, mph. She attempted to turn left Highway 70, Grizzly Road onto Hudson Street while A deer was hit and killed showing off to her passengers and ended up on a Paradise in attempting a high speed resident's lap Sunday, May 20, turn, according to the report. at 12:45 p.m. Due to her alleged intoxica- Raymond Epperly, 48, of tion, she underestimated the Magalia, was driving a 2001 speed she could negotiate the Buick westbound on Highway curve. 70 .5 miles west of Grizzly Lincoln then forcefully ap- Road at 65 mph. plied her brakes and skidded A deer jumped over the into agate. south roadway guardrail and The impact destroyed the ran in front|f the vehicle, gate, and the vehicle sus- Epperly struck the deer, tained a minor dent. which went through the right Lincoln then went home front windshield and came to and attempted to call the resi- rest on the lap of Lisa L. Buss, dent at the location of the inci- 38. dent. Lincoln was charged with Hudson Street, Greenville driving under the influence. No injuries were reported and Jerry's and Paul New- man. If you check, you will find their products on their Continued from page 9B shelves. 4. Filmmakers Spike Lee, Roy H. Wallis Oliver Stone and John Landis Portola (supporters of the killer.) 5. Writers Norman Mailer We'll miss her and Joyce Carol Oats (sup- I would like to take this op- porters ofthekiller.) portunity to thank Mary 6. Supermodel Naomi Cam- Mooney for her many years of bell (supporter of the killer.) dedicated public service as 7. Musicians Sting, David the Plumas County auditor. Byrne and Michael Stipe of Mary's successful career REM, (supporters of the shows what a person with tal- killer.) ent, skills, positive attitude, 8. The Backstreet Boys who and determination can are performing "free" benefit achieve, working her way up concerts for the killer's de- the job ranks into one of the lense fund. highest and most responsible One of their concerts sched- elected positions in county uled for Baltimore, Md., had government. It is an incentive to be canceled when Balti- and inspiration to county era- more police officers refused to ployees such as myself, as it work the overtime shifts for shows what motivation, learn- security at the concert, ing, and hard work can ac- As a strong supported of my complish in your career. local police I urge all of your Serving as an elected off|- readers to participate in this cial is not an easy job, as those boycott and request that you types of positions are always pass this information on to subject to the most public your co-workers, family and scrutiny. Through the years of friends. All law abiding citi- county elections and politics, zens must stand together through the thick and thin, against this brutal murderer Mary has always possessed and his supporters. Notify that admirable inner strength your local grocer about this and courage to deal with it all. murderer's support from Ben I personally have appreciat- ed the courteousness, profes- sionalism and patience of Mary and her staff during the last decade as they have helped me learn the fiscal du- ties of my department. When I told Mary that the courthouse would not be the same without her, she replied, "Oh you know around here, people come, people go." But Fatal A Eureka, Nev. resident Highway 70, was killed when the 1990 Gansnst Perk Road Cadillac he was driving wasModerate injuries were re- hit broadside by another vehi- ported to one of the drivers in cle Monday, May 14, at 6:10a two-vehicle incident Men- p.m. day, May 14, at 2:21 p.m. Brett A. Bacon, 31, of Eure- Sylvia L. Trenchard, 31, of ka, Nev. was driving west- Portola, was driving a 1984 bound on Highway 70 about Jeep Cherokee westbound on one mile east of the buttes. Highway 70 at a stated speed He pulled over onto the of 45 mph and approaching paved shoulder when he saw a Gansner Park Road. relative go past him in theRichard T. Nelson, 21, of eastbound direction. Quincy, was driving a 1996 Bacon made a U-turn across Subaru Legacy southbound on both lanes of the highway and Gansner Park Road. He had directly into the path of come to a stop at the intersec- William M. Davis, 18, also of tion with Highway 70. Eureka, Nev. Trenchard saw Nelson and Davis did not have time to noticed that he had come to a apply his brakes before strik- stop and had looked in her di- ing the left side of Bacon's rection. 1990 Cadillac. Nelson, however, failed to The impact caused both ve- observe Trenchard's vehicle hicles to leave the roadwayand started to make a left turn and come to a stop on the onto Highway 70 and d'~rectly south side of the highway, in front of her. Bacon was extricated from Trenchard forcefully ap- the vehicle by several passing plied the brakes of her vehi- motorists and CPR was imme-cle, locking them up, in an at- diately started, tempt to avoid a collision with Bacon died from his in- Nelson. juries at the scene. The front of Trenchard's Davis received minor in- vehicle then impacted the left juries from the seat belt and side of the Subaru. airbag. He was transported to The forward momentum of Eastern Plumas District Hos- the Subaru caused the jeep to pital in Portola for treatment, rotate approximately 90 de- Both vehicles were totaled,grees counterclockwise. Bacon was wearing his seat Trenchard then came to rest belt at the time of the inci- facing south and partially dent. blocking the eastbound lane of Highway 70. The Subaru both lanes of down an pacted head-on bank of the ditcl~ came to rest facing~ tially submerged ditch. Nelson lacerations and ed to Plumas in Quincy. Both parties their seat belts. Highway 70, east of Chambers Minor injuries ed when a was involved in cle incident at 1:05 p.m. Lester |linger, ing a 1982 Honda eastbound on 55 mph. He heard vehicle pop, and t started to swerve right. |linger was able vehicle to mph before losing' ontO An ins]; tire showed that it~ worn with the through, exposi~ casing of the tire. Olinger was Plumas [ Quincy for those people with pleasant ~ ~-,,:,.. ~ ~ :~z;::~ .~,~:~:: .................... ::] pects whenever they are pro- and congenial personalities I::: ] vided by the sheriff's depart- such as Mary are those who ment. will be greatly missed. Have a Newspaper policy wonderful retirement Mary! Information that appears in ARRESTS Lori A. Simpson this column is compiled from Saturday, May 19 Quincy the Plumas County Sheriff's Warrant: Shawn A. Pinney, of Department's activity log and, Orange County, was arrested Keep Greyhound in some cases, the county cot- on a bench warrant. , I urge people to ride Grey- rectional center's booking log. hound. This community will The newspaper does not report Trespassing: Edward M. Webb, be isolated without this valu- suspects' names in arrests for a transient, was arrested on an able transportation, public intoxication or drunk allegation of trespassing. I am a senior citizen with- driving (unless accompanied by out auto transportation and a more serious charge, such as Trespassing: Richard J. Smith, must ride Greyhound weekly, probation violation or a a transient, was arrested on an We need Greyhound through felony). The fact that someone allegation of trespassing. the Feather River country, has been arrested and charged Chic|, |roy|lie, Quincy, flag with a crime does not constitute Trespassing: Gerald Breeden, stops and various connec- guilt. The case may never ap. a transient, was arrested on an tions--Redding, Sacramento pear in court if the district at- allegation of trespassing. and other points, torney determines there is insuf- I beg you to keep Grey- ficient evidence ||prosecute the Violations: Three Quincy juve- hound now and long-term, case. If the amount of bail is not niles were cited for violating reported an act e ~ qbq~ ~verage control in which J.A. Dietz ll,sted, the suspect is released ~ stat c ' Disabled without bat!:::The r[ W l a'P r '~ laws .... tipped over. World War II veteran attempts to li~t the age of sus- Friday, May 18 Resisting: Kristin of Plumas ed on an allegatiOn arrest. Thursday, MaY Threat: Charles of Greenville~ allegations |st threat and firearm. 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