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4B Wednesday, May 26, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter LAW, from page 3B Commercial Street. A deputy reported counseling about 20 juveniles. Monday, May i7 So Fresh and So Clean: In Por- tola, a caller reported the theft of license plates off of his vehicle. The information was entered into database. Cat Burglar: In Greenville, a caller reported someone came into her home and stole her cat. A deputy reported there was no evidence of a crime and it was unknown whether the cat just got out of the house. Some Bills are Optional: In Hamilton Branch, a caller re- quested information be put on file that she received fraudu- lent mail asking her to send money. Tuesday, May 18 Service with a Smile: In Greenville, a caller reported the owner of a gas station yelled at her and used obscen- ities because her debit card wouldn't work in the computer. Wednesday, May 19 At Least They Agree on Some- thing: In Blairsden, a caller reported his neighbor at- tacked him and he ran over his neighbor with his tractor. On another call someone re- ported his neighbor ran over him with a tractor. CHP REPORT Hit and run, May 13 Michele Graham, of Quin- cy, had parked her vehicle in the Quincy Post Office park- ing lot to run some errands. According to CHP, Gra- ham's neighbor, Louise Whit- ing, was just returning to her vehicle when she observed an older gray pickup truck, with two white females inside it, strike Graham's vehicle on the right rear corner. The pickup truck did not stop and left the parking lot traveling east- bound on West Main Street. An unknown witness, told Whiting the last three num- bers of the license plate on the pickup. Whiting met Graham a short time later and gave her the last three numbers of the license plate and ex- plained the incident. ' The three numbers are 122. If anyone has any information in regards to this collision or has located a gray pick-up with the last three numbers of the license plate are 122, please call the Quincy CHP Office with the details. Deer, May 14 Christine Schulke, 50, of Quincy was driving a Plumas Unified School District van east- bound on SR-70 near Gansner Park when a deer ran out in front of her. The right front of her vehicle struck the deer caus- ing fatal injuries to the deer and minor damage to the vehicle. Schulke was not injured. Alleged DUI, May 14 Clint Hulsey, 52, of Portola was driving a 1994 Chrysler Concord westbound on Taylgr Ave at not less than 45 mlh, per witness statements, ap- proaching the intersection with Gulling Street. Daylon Goings, 46, also of Portola was on the shoulder in a city of Portola Ford pick- up with the vehicle in neutral. Due to Hulsey's suspected level of intoxication, he failed to notice the Ford was at a stop and collided with the rear of the Ford causing ma- jor damage to the front end of his Chrysler and minor dam- age to the rear end of the Chrysler. Following the collision, Hulsey proceeded to back up into the overflow parking lot of the Catholic church. After realizing that Goings was going to call law enforce- ment, Hulsey allegedly fled the scene on foot and was later stopped by city of Por- tola employees. Hulsey was !ii !i ENDEAVOR HOMES 1-800-482-8453 P.O. Box 1947 Oroville. CA 95965 "We Help From Finance to Finish" ROUGH PLUMBING  FOUNDATION NOT INCLUDED Do you think about the many people who tread in your footsteps over 100 years ago? If so, please join us at the Cafe le Coq fundraising dinner to celebrate and support the Plumas County Literary Anthology Project. Although many fine histories, a few diaries, and some oral' transcribes exist, no one has ever com- piled the letters, poems, and other literary voices of former Plumas County pioneers, immigrants, and native Maidu into a publishable anthology. Aside from the value that such an anthology will offer for American letters, Plumas County will gain a priceless historical resource. Chef Patrick LeCoq will prepare a scrumptious five-course meal and we are asking for a mini- mum of $30.00 per plate. Donations are much appreciated and very much needed to further the project. Please RSVP if you intend to join us at the din- her by calling Dr. Joan Parkin (530) 283-0202, ext. 252 or email Monday, June 7, 6pm Caf00 le Coq 189 Main St., Quincy Featured Speakers Dr. Ronald Taylor, FRC President Dr. Scott Lawson, Plumas County Museum Curator Delaine Fragnoli, Managing Editor, The Bulletin Roxanne Valladao, Director Plumas Arts Lisa Kelley, FRC Interim Dean of Students Dr. Michael Bagley, FRC Dean of Instruction Family Representatives arrested for DUI and hit and run. Unknown drift, May 15 Kimberly Gray, 38, of Sun Valley was driving her Kia Sedona southbound on US-395 in the #1 lane at a speed on 67 mph. For an unknown reason, Gray allegedly allowed her Kia to drift off the roadway in- to the center divide. The right front passenger realized the vehicle was drifting into the center divide and attempted to assist Gray in correcting the vehicle. The Kia slid out of control across the #1 lane and into the #2 lane, back into the #1 lane and off the roadway. Up- on leaving the roadway, the Kia slid sideways in the dirt and brush and collided With the dirt hill. The vehicle came to rest facing a westerly direction. No injuries were reported. Left turn, May 18 Jason Loose, 39, 0f RenD, Nev. was driving a 1994 Dodge pick-up eastbound on SR-70 at 1 to 2 mph in the left turn lane slowing to make a left turn in- to the Wiggins Store parking lot. Antonio Alvarez, 41, also of RenD, Nev. was driving a 2001 Subaru Legacy westbound on SR-70 at 55 mph approaching Loose. Loose allegedly did not see Alvarez approaching and made a left turn directly into the path of Alvarez. The left front of Loose's ve- hicle struck the left front and side of Alvarez's vehicle. There were no injuries. More unknown drift, May 18 Chad Morris, 27, of Greenville was driving south- bound on SR-89, south of the Wolf Creek Underpass at a stated speed of 50-55 mph. Morris allegedly allowed his vehicle to leave the west roadway edge as he negotiat- ed a left curve. In an attempt to bring his vehicle back onto the roadway he turned hard left and traveled into the northbound lane of SR-89. In an attempt to again re- gain control of his vehicle, CHP reported Morris made a hard right turn, overcorrect- ed and ran off the west shoul- der. The vehicle traveled down a small embankment and collided with a large rock. Morris was unharmed. Closer parking, May 20 Linda Baderscher, 56, of Greenville was traveling in the Safeway parking lot in a 1996 Chevrolet Tahoe. Accord- ing to CHP, as Baderscher be- gan to park alongside an un- occupied Isuzu Amigo, she ob- served an open parking stall closer to the building. Baderscher allegedly initi- ated a right hand turning movement before properly clearing the right hand side of her vehicle. The right front of her vehicle colided with the left side of the Isuzu. There were no injuries. Hit and run, May 20 A 1992 Buick Le Sabre be- longing to Diana Keller, of Quincy, was parked in the Safeway parking lot, when Dale Hays, also of Quincy, in a 1999 Ford F250 allegedly made an unsafe backing movement. Hays' vehicle struck the right front corner of Keller's, leaving minor damage to the hood, bumper and headlight, then drove off. Keller was in- side the Safeway working at the time of the collision. A reporting party witnessed the collision and wrote down a license plate number and called the CHP. There were no injuries and the collision is under investigation, I found this note in my daughter's backpack, she's just sixteen ... "1 don't want to do nything wit'-- " h any other girl except you, I'm the only one that is right for you, So don't mess around on me, OK? You wouldn't want to see me mad..." I couldn't believe my eyes, and thischs only half of it! What can I do? Call the Plumas/Sierra Crisis Line at 1-877-332-2754 for referrals and support. 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