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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, July 7, 2010 3113 I.. A W :i J /00RDER Law and Order policy Information that appears in-this column is compiled from the Plumas County Sheriff&apos;s Office'l activity log, the county correc- tional center's booking log and California Highway Patrol press releases The Sheriff's Blotter shows initial carges. In some in- stances the charges may change after the dispatch report. We do not report suspects' names in arrests.for public intoxication or drunken driving unless accompa- nied 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. Tile fact that someorle 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 hn conjunc- tion with an incident. The CHP determines whether injuries are characterized as minor, moderate or fatal. SHERIFF'S BLOTTER Arrests One person was arrested on charges of DUI, being under the influence of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance, posses- sion of paraphernalia and at] alleged probation violation. One person was arrested for allegedly violating probation .Four people were arrested on intoxication charges. One person was arrested on a DUI charge. Two people were arrested on boating violation charges. Two people were arrested on charges of resisting an officer. One person was arrested on charges of having less than an ounce of marijuana in a ear. One person was arrested on charges of riding a bicycle while under the influence and possessing a controlled sub- stance. Two people were arrested oil charges of riding a bicycle while urider the influence. Fire Tuesday, June 29 Vegetation: In Belden, a caller reported a possible vegetation fire over tile Belden Bridge near' the railroad tracks. The caller said the fire just start- ed. The call was transferred to USFS dispatch. A second caller advised two outbuild- ings were involved and the fire was moving up slope to- ward the railroad tracks. That call was also transferred to the USFS. Thursday, ,July 1. Hillside: In Portola, a caller reported a fire on a hillside. Portola Fire was paged and responding, information was giver] to a deptny, and the US- FS was sending an engine. Less than an hour later. Por- tola Fire reported it was re- maining on scene for mop up. Medical Friday, June 25 Sick: In Portola. a woman re- quested medical aid for a D- male wilh general illness. The call was transferred to EPI1C. and Portola Vire was paged Losing Consciousness: In Quincy, a caller requested an ambulance for a female who was in and out of consc]ous- ness. The call was transferred to P1)tL Art ambulance and Quincy Fire were paged. Saturday, June 26 Snake Bitten: in Belden. a caller at Belden Town Resort requested lhe ph{me nunlbeF to the hospital. When ques- :'.  :.+" ' "  . ......  , ....... beerr,iittet by a rattlesake. One person was arrested on The caller denied needing an charges oftrmlsportinga con- ambulance. The call was trolled substance, transferred to the PI)H ER. One person was arrested on charges of possessing para- phernalia attd possessing a controlled substance. Two people were .arrested oil charges of being under tile in- flueuce of a controlled sut)- stance and possessing a con- trolled substance. One person was arrested on a charge of being under the in- fluence of a controlled sub- stance. One person was arresic{] on charges {if DUI and resist hlg an officer. Sunday, June 27 Altered Consciousness: In Quiucy, nmdical aid was Pe- que.sted for a a-year-old fe- ulale with tilt atlere{t level of COiiSCIOllsness. The {:all was iransli.q'red lo PI)II. An an]bu- /a]lce al]tl Qtlhlcy Fire were paged. Card iac: In Qu lacy, medical aid was requesie{t fl)r a female with chest paiu. The call was transferred to PI)ft. An ambu- lauce and {Ouincy t:ire were paged. I'Dt-1 cancelled Quincy lqre. lh]l<nown Malady: In {-}u hl{'y, ants me to h,/ve sex. lie says l'l]nl I'll," I{}vos IlK' and if I loved him I ,c,.ol II do ii Ihhfl< [h,iI I i> tO0 soon /)tll 'ni st</it,{t ilia{ he will h'n\\;{' it+' so maybe I should do ii <ill{ ?{ i {>{,i v, ill} Call the Phinias Crisis Inlervenlion & Resource Ce, ler at 283-5515 and ask for a counselor. Calls are confidential, Crisis Line  Resource -  283-4333 (.e I1{.I 1,877-332-2754 or 283, ,5.1 5 /\\; t)rogr'al/1 el I'lutn,l!; (I isi', hltt'l','{ lilh,n medical aid was requested for a female who needed to be transported. The call was transferred to PDH. An ambu- lance and Quincy Fire were paged. Fire was cancelled by PDH. Unconscious: In Portola, a Spanish-speaking male was transferred to the language line. He was requesting an ambulance for a female who passed out. CliP als0 re- ceived a 911 cell-phone call regarding the incident. Infor- mation was given to EPDH, and Portola Fire was paged and responded. The victim was being transported in a personal vehicle and fire and an ambulance met it halfway to transport the patient to the hospital. A deputy checked the residence to fol- low up and advised every- thing was OK. Monday, June 28 Vomiting: In Graeagle, a caller requested at] ambu- lance for an ill male who was vomiting. The call was trans- ferred to EPDH, and Graeagle Fire was paged Airway: In Portola. a caller requested an ambulance for herself, as she was having dif- ficulty breathing. The call was transferred to EPDH. and Beckwourlh Fire was paged and responded. Fall: In Greenville. a caller re- quested an ambulance for a fe- male fall victim. The caller said she couldn't get off |he floor and all the doors were locked, hiformation was given u) SLEMS. An ambulance and Indian Valley Fire were paged arid responded. Information was given to a deputy. Fall: At a different address in Greenville. a caller reported a male fall victim. The call was transferred to SLEMS. Indian Valley and Crescen] Mills Fire were paged and respond- ed. Information was given to a ! d.iiT00,, o ., Sh'(}ke: On the West Shore {if Lake Almanor. someone re- ported a male stroke victim. Tbe call was transferred 1o Diane D. Thomas "l }'a PeA PL=a ,'0 1  1V'l f3{t21(J/IS] 866465,0265 * 530-8360265 t  v1(t lvewz,Jrdc01 i% #PlJ')11391 PL} Be 318 C ia. c"\\; 951U6 Need help REPLACING : ":'" DOORS TRiM i: If it's ing we find can. BEATTY IoZU.200.? ",',. 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The offi- cer was going to escort the ve- hicle to EPDH. Dispatch called EPHD to advise they were en route. Bee Sting: In Blairsden, a 2- 1/2-year=old child was expe- riencing difficulty breathing after a bee sting. The call was transferred to EPDH. Graeagle, Whitehawk and Plumas Eureka Fire were paged. Wednesday, June 30 Cardiac: in Quincy, a caller requested an ambulance for her tnother who was having chest pain. The call was transferred to PDH. An ambu- lance and MV Fire were paged and a deputy copied the traffic. ATV Crash: In Cromberg, a caller reported treating the victim of an ATV accident in the ER. The call was trans- ferred to the CHP. Thursday, July 1 Sick: In Crescent Mills, med- Acabaidwas requested.for an tll emale. ePEe call was trans- ferred to SLEMS. IV mld' CM Fire were paged, Cardiac: In Oiiincy, n caller requested an ambulance for herself for a possible heart attack. The call was trans- ferred to PDH. An ambu- lance and Quincy Fire were paged. Sick: In Graeagle, a caller re- quested medical aid for a sick patient. The call was trans- ferred to EPDH, and Graeagle Fire was paged. Sick: At Gold Mountain, a caller requested medical aid for an ill male with vertigo and trouble spe/king. The call was transferred to EPDH, and Portola Fire was paged. Miscellaneous Friday, June 25 Protect Thy Refuse: In Quin- cy, someone reported a van pulled up to the trashcan and someone went through it. The caller said the suspect became angry when he confronted him. From the Horses: In Quincy, a caller reported she came to a Girl Scouts event in Quincy and the horses were in garbage and had no water. A horse owner called a deputy advising the horses were giv- en water immediately when it was discovered they had run OUt. Saturday, June 26 It's Called Summer: In Chester, a caller reported she saw four juveniles sitting in their pajamas in front of the Cotton Candy Diner. The caller said she asked them to move on and they went over to the park but she thought it was odd. Monday, June 28 Watching the Watchers: in Chester, an officer received information from the CHP that two males in a vehicle were taking pictures of offi- cers leaving the CHP substa- tion. Information was given to patrol units. CHP REPORT Loose shipping, June 25 Kenneth Knight, 49, of Sacramento, was driving his 2005 International tractor with a semi trailer north- bound on SR-89 at approxi- mately 35 - 40 mph. As the vehicle rounded a sharp left curve, the shipping container that Knight was carrying came loose from the trailer, slid off the trailer and landed on its side, crushing the guardrail at the edge of the road. The container came to rest on its side at the east roadway edge of SR-89. Knight was un- harmed. Hit and run, June 26 A vehicle of unknown make or model was parked at the west end of the dirt parking lot at the Sierra Hot Springs Resort on Campbell Hot Springs Road, near the en- trance to a walking path. John Veneman parked his 2007 Honda at the entrance to the parking lot behind the un- known vehicle. According to CHP, Veneman stated ade- quate space was left between his vehicle and the row of ve- hicles parked at the west end of the parking lot. After parking his Honda. Veneman walked to the Tem- ple Dome Pool at the resort. While he was gone, the un- known driver allegedly backed his vehicle from its parking spot and the driver failed to ensure adequate space between the rear of his vehicle and the front of Vene- man's Honda. After the collision, the un- known driver fled the scene and failed to leave a note or report the collision. There were no injuries. Fatality, July 1 An unidentified, 26-year-old Truckee woman was killed while driving a 2005 Chevy Corvette southbound on High- !Wednesday, Juice.B0 -; "ay '49, north of Sierraville, %ega Drugs: in ortola, a 'e trayeling too fast for the caller at EPDH reported miss- r, dadway,according to witness ing or misplaced prescription statements. pads. A deputy advised the in- formation wag put on file. See Law. page 4B Flanigan-Leavitt Sos,,v,..o Re.o fax: 866. 781.31 l O R O. Box 3556 608 Main Street 6190 Mae Anne Ave. CA License 0E05639 400 West Main Street Susanv#le CA 96130 Suite #2 NV Ltcense 17793 Quincy, CA 95971 530.257.7291 Reno, NV89523 530.283. t 112 775. 747.9710 N RUITSRS Save decks & siding from water damage Downspouts water diverter Custom installation Adds value & appeal to your house 22 Different Colors FREE ESTIMATES 257-7875 CA LIC #690120 Michael Kirack, Owner/Builder :!i: , |