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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, July 21, 2010 3B' LAW ORDER 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 m court if the district attorney determines there is insufficient evidence ~o prosecute. The fact that someone was involved in an automobile collision does not constitute lability or fault. Minors are named as legal-age drivers at 16, unless they are charged with a crime in conjunction with an incident. The CHP determines whether iniuries are characterized as minor, moderate or fatal. SHERIFF'S BLOTTER Arrests One person was arrested on charges of intoxication, bat- tery, and resisting an officer. charges of intoxication and resisting an officer. Nine people were arrested on DUI charges. Two people were allegedly ar- rested on court remands. One person was arrested on charges of intoxication and being a minor in possession of alcohol. One person was arrested on charges of battery and van- dalism. One person was arrested on a charge of assault with a dead- ly weapon. One Person was allegedly ar- rested on a probation violating. One person was arrested on a charge of committing a bat- tery on a spouse. One person was arrested on charges of DUI and driving with a suspended license. One person was arrested on a charge of driving with a re- voked license. One person was arrested on charges of making threats and attempting to affect a wit- ness's testimony. Fire Smoke: In Keddie, a caller re- ported she was at Buffalo Ranch at the far end and could see three different pillars of smoke. Fall: In Tay[orsville, medical Unknown Malady: In Meadow aid was requested for a juvenile Valley, a caller requested an who fell offthe trampoline. The ambulance for a 97-year-old call was transferred to SIFC female who couldn't talk. The and CM/IV Fire were paged, call was transferred to PDH. An ambulance and Bucks Sick: In Portola, medical aid Lake Fire were paged. was requested for a male with general illness. The call was Airway: In Greenville, medical transferred to EPHC and EP aid was requested for a female Fire was paged. The ER contact- with difficulty breathing. The ed dispatch, requesting assis- call was transferred to SLEMS. tance with a combative patient. IV/CM Fire were paged. Cardiac: On the Lake A1- manor Peninsula, a caller re- ported a female with a possi= ble heart attack. The call was transferred to SIFC. Sunday, July 11 Sick: In Delleker, a caller re- quested an ambulance be- cause he was ill. The call was transferred to EPDH and EPFD was paged. Airway: In Portola, a caller reported his father was hav- ing difficulty breathing. The call was transferred to EPDH and Portola Fire was paged. Multiple Maladies: In Quincy, a caller requested medical aid, as a female was screaming for help. The caller said the vic- tim had diabetes and recently sustained a broken hip. Q Fire and PDH were paged. A deputy advised the patient was being transported to PDH. One person was arrested on a Medical charge of being under the influ- Friday, July 9 Abdominal: In Greenville. A ence of a controlled substance. Stroke: In Chilcoot, a caller caller requested medical aid requested medical aid for a for a female with severe ab- One person was arrested on a possible stroke victim. The dominal pare. charge of being under the influ- caller was driving a personal ence of a controlled substance vehicle and was planning to Ankle: In Portola. a caller re- and an alleged parole violation, meet the ambulance at Wig- quested an ambulance for a pos- gins Trading Post. Sierra Val- sible broken ankle. The call was One person was arrested on ley Fire was paged and infor- transferred to EPDH and East- an allegation of being a fugi- mation was given to EPDH. ern Plumas Fire was paged. rive from justice. Unknown Malady: In Unresponsive: In Graeagle, a Greenville. a caller requested caller reported an unrespon- an ambulance for herself. The sive female juvenile behind a call was transferred to Lassen store. The call was transferred EMS and IV Fire was paged to EPDH. Graeagle/PE Fire and responded. Information were paged and responded. was given to a sergeant. One person was arrested on Unknown Malady In Quincy, a charges of being under the in- Unconscious: In Portola, a caller requested an ambulance fluence of a. controlled sub- caller reported hermother 'for a female who had previous- stance, and possessing a con- just passed out. The call was ly had a stroke and a hip in- trolled substance for sale. transferred to EPHC and Pot- jury. PDH and Quincy Fire tola Fire was paged, were paged and responded. Seven people were arrested on intoxication charges. Saturday, July 10 Monday, July 12 Cardiac:'In Crescent Mills. a Airway: In Quincy, someone One person was arrested on a caller reported his father was requested an ambulance for a charge of being under the in- possibly having a heart at- father who couldn't breathe. fluence of a controlled sub- tack. The call was transferred The call was transferred to stance and an allegation ofvi- to SLEMS. Crescent and IV PDH and Quincy Fire was olating probation. Fire were paged, paged and responded. One person was arrested on Airway: In Quincy, someone Medication: On the west shore charges of possessing.para- reported medical aid needed of Lake Almanor, a caller re- phernalia and a controlled for a male with difficulty quested an ambulance for her substance, breathing. The call was trans- elderly father who took the ferred to PDH and Quincywrong medication. The call One person was arrested on Fire was paged, was transferred to SIFC. Mandated & DMV Required NOW OFFERING !1550 HSS Treatment Program 2288 at these locations: 372 Main St., Chester 430 Main St., Greenville. E. Main St., Jackson Ste., Quincy 500 First Avenue, Portola by Patty Miller & John Banks i|m ORTHIFRN Simple enrollment process We handle the details for you! Low fees & monthly payments Convenient class schedules & times Satellite offices available in Portola, Greenville and Chester - NEW 11550(c) PROORAM We can help you! Program Directors: Andrew Mclntyre and Karen Coffren 251 Main St., #206 (above the post office) Quincy 530-283-9921 Tuesday, July 13 Sick: In Delleker, a caller re- quested assistance, but advised he didn't need medical aid. A deputy advised a half-hour lat- er that the victim was now. re- questing an ambulance for gen- eral illness. Eastern Plumas Healthcare was advised. Cardiac: In Quincy, someone requested medical aid for smoke inhalation and a possi- ble heart attack. The call was transferred to PDH. Quincy Fire and an ambulance were paged and responding. breathing. The call was trans- ferred to SLEMS, IV Fire was paged, and information was given to a deputy. Airway: In Greenville, a caller reported his wife was having trouble breathing. The call was transferred to SLEMS and Indian Valley Fire was paged~ Miscellaneous Friday, July 9 Better Order Some Landlines to Keep the Squirrels Off the Lawn Too: In Quincy, a caller reported a bear was walking on his yard. The caller said it wasn't doing anything but was demanding someone come over to his residence and handle it or he would. Seven minutes later a re- sponding officer reported be- ing unable to locate the bear. I Prefer Soft Landings Person- ally: In Chester, dispatch copied CHP cross traffic ad- vising a plane was making a hard landing. Traffic indicat- ed the plane was on the ground with fire standing by. A sergeant advised every- thing was OK and there were no injuries. bears were gone and there was about a week's worth of garbage behind the residence that they were eating. F&G advised the reporter get rid of the garbage. Tuesday, July 13 Doubting (Thomas) Camp: In Quincy, an anonymous caller reported an unknown person gave her 6-year-old daughter an invitation to a "five-day camp" and the caller wanted an officer to check the loca- tion to see ffthere was actual- ly a camp there or something more suspicious A deputy confirmed it was a five-day Bible camp. ..and Boot Camp of the Imagi- nation: In Delleker a caller re- quested information on file that a man called and was afraid he was going to be drafted. The caller reported advising the man the draft was no longer happening. ...I Think You Better Let it Out: In Quincy, someone re- ported there was a bear in her garbage can. The caller was given the number for Fish and Game. Wednesday, July 14 Sick: In Vinton, a caller re- quested an ambulance for a person with high blood pres- sure and general illness. Infor- mation was given to EPDH and Wednesday, July 14 Sierra Valley Fire was paged. Yet Another Reason for Dogs The Revolution Will Not be to Dislike Leashes: In Mead- Very Organized: In Chilcoot, Cranium: In Portola, someone ow Valley, a caller reported a box of amino was reportedly reportedly dialed the opera- her dog was attacked around found in the middle of a road. tor, advised he had a head m- noon by a mountain lion. She The caller requested traffic jury, and hung up. Informa- said her dog was on a leash control while it was cleaned tion was given to EPDH and and the cat attempted to drag up. The call was transferred Eastern Plumas Fire was it away. The caller was given totheCHP. paged. The nearest available the number for Fish and deputy was out of the area, Game. He Could be a Zombie, but Definitely Not a Vampire. Thursday, July 15 Saturday, July 10 Those are Lame Now and You Anxiety: In Greenville, a Bear Buffet: In Portola, ahave Only Yourselves to caller reported her unit was caller reported a bear with Blame for that: In Portola, a out with a person on Highway three babies in his yard for caller reported an old man in 70 at the "serpentine" that the second night in a row. The a SUV had been sitting with was having an anxiety attack caller said it had been 40 min- the door open for 20 minutes. and had a history of heart utes and the animals wouldn't The caller thought the man problems. PDH and Quincy be scared off. He said thelooked dead. Portola Fire ad- Fire were paged, mother was running into his vised the man wasn't dead greenhouse and hitting hisand no one was inside either Sick: in Greenville, a caller bedroom window. Informa- of the vehicles matching the requested medical aid for a 12- tion was given to F&G who description in the parkinglot. year-old female with chest said they had no one on duty pain, vomiting and difficulty at the time. F&G advised the See Law, page 4B I00' of It's the law! (CA PRC 4291 ) Is offering assistance in creating or maintaining Defensible Space to residents over 60 years of age or disabled living in Plumas County. PC FSC will provide a free Home Ignition Zone consultation for determining work necessary to meet the requirements of the law. PC FSC will procure competitive bids from qualified and insured contractors to meet California's Fire Safe Standards. PC FSC will certify the work done before payments are made. PC FSC will provide financial assistance based on residents income. Contact Rob Gimbel, c/o Plumas County Fire Safe Council P.O. Box 1225, Quincy, CA 95971 283-0829 or 283-3739 email: rob @plumascounty.org This program is provided by the Plumas County Fire Safe Council with funding from the Plumas County Board of Supervisors, the Plumas NF through the Plumas Resource Advisory Committee. The California Fire Safe Council Clearinghouse with funds from the US Forest Service and assistance from Plumas Corporation and Plumas Rural Services.