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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, July 30, 2014 5B BLOTTER, from page 4B Wednesday, July 16 Assault: In Greenville, a caller requested an ambulance for a male who had injuries suffered during an alleged assault the previous night. The call was transferred to South Lassen EMS. Indian Valley/Crescent Mills fire was paged. Malfunction: Near Quincy, a caller reported that the railroad crossing arms were 'malfunctioning at the Mt. Hough crossing. The railroad said a work crew was on the way. The CHP was informed. Thursday, July 17 Too drunk: In Chester, a caller reported that two intoxicated males were sitting at a table. The caller said they could not wake up the two men and that one of them just fell over. The call was transferred to SIFC. The information was provided to a sergeant. A deputy arrived and arrested the two men on charges of public intoxication and violating probation. Friday, July 18 Burglary: In Portola, a caller reported that his vehicle was broken into and that several items were missing. A deputy responded. Squirrel bite: At West Shore Lake Almanor, a caller reported that a squirrel bit her. She did not request medical help The caller was provided the number for Fish and Wildlife. Saturday, July 19 Scam: In Quincy, a caller reported that someone called cIaiming to be from PG&E. The alleged PG&E worker was threatening to cut of the electricity. The caller asked to speak to a deputy about the call. A deputy contacted the caner who requested the information be put on file. The caller was advised about proper phone trap procedures. ......... Chase: In Portola, Fish and Wildlife reported a unit was in pursuit of a motorcycle on a back road from Delleker to Portola. The information was transferred to a deputy and the CHP to assist. Sunday, July 20 Vandalism: In La Porte, a caller reported vandalism to three boat trailers at the Maidu boat ramp and also the campground sign. Sick hiker: Near Belden, a caller reported getting a distress call from a man who said his friend was sick about mail@plumasnewslcomJ 1.5 miles up the Yellow Creek trail. The caller said the man was 40 years old and was having trouble breathing. Search and Rescue was paged. PDH was paged. The information was provided to CHP Air Operations. The information was provided to the USFS. PDH was asked to contact Enloe Care Flight. The hiker was reportedly in critical condition and needed to be evacuated and transferred to a hospital. Malfunction: Near Quincy, the Union Pacific Railroad advised the gates are down and flashing on the Mt. Hough crossing. The railroad said it was aware of the situation. The information was provided to the CHP and USFS. Power outage: In Portola, a fire alarm at a facility was reportedly activated because of a power outage. Portola fire was paged. The fire department reported that the power was out across much of the town. Monday, July 21 Vandalism: In Quincy, a caller reported vandalism to the wooden bear in front of Forest Stationers. Trapped: At Lake Almanor Peninsula, a caller reported that her husband was stuck under a car in the garage. The call was transferred to SIFC. The information was provided to the CHP. The caller called back and reported that her husband managed to escape. Vandalism: In Portola, a caller reported vandalism to the Portola Library building. A deputy was notified. Tuesday, July 22 Vandalism: In Chester, a caller reported a bright red PT Cruiser-type vehicle drove away from a gas station with the gas hose still attached to the car's gas tank. The driver reportedly prepaid for gas but never pumped the gas. The carwas last seen wear Westwood on A13 to Susanville. The information was provided to the CHP and the Lassen County Sheriff. Theft: In Quincy, a deputy said that a caller reported the theft of tools. Coffee shop offers wide variety Will Farris Staff Writer When Lucio Macias decided on a career in food preparation he began cooking the food from his Mexican heritage. Once he had established the skills and experience in that area, he went to work in a restaurant that featured American cuisine. Finally, Macias ended up at the Express Coffee Shop in East Quincy where he added some Chinese meals to his repertoire. When Ling Eck, the owner of Express Coffee Shop, decided to change careers in 2006 she offered the eatery to Macias, who bought the place. Initially he didn't change much. The restaurant continued to offer a wide variety of choices and Macias decided to keep some Chinese meals on the menu. "I don't use any chemicals or products from a can," Macias declares with passion. "My customers deserve the best I can give them. We make our own french fries, cook our chickens on site and use all fresh ingredients for our salsa and sauces." Every morning before opening, the staff makes Lucio Macias is determined to provide an exceptional restaurant experience in Quincy. He purchased the Express Coffee Shop in 2004 from Ling Eck. Photo By Will Farris fresh tortillas from scratch. All of these efforts have produced a core of loyal customers, for which Macias expresses heartfelt thanks. About four years ago, the Express Coffee Shop began opening for dinner on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Prime rib dinner is the featured special FridaY and Saturday nights. Since the beginning of 2014 the Express Coffee Shop has undergone some spiffing up. The inside and outside has been, or is being, painted. Macias purchased new chairs and has had the booths reupholstered. To attract additional customers he has applied for a beer and wine license. He has also purchased a freezer so he can begin offering ice cream, milkshakes, etc. In all respects, Macias is PROFILES IN BUSINESS EXPRESS COFFEE SHOP Express Coffee Shop Owner: Lucio Macias Address: 2061 E. Main St., Quincy, CA 95971 Phone:283-1949 Business hours: Sunday - Wednesday, 7 a.m. - 3 p.m.; Thursday - Saturday, 7 a.m. - 9 p.m. determined to grow his customer base while providing well-balanced and healthy meals to the community. While Macias was being interviewed for this article, two men walked through the front door after closing time. Macias didn't miss a beat: he told them to have a seat, that the restaurant was closed but he would make up sandwiches for them. Tea party meeting to feature national figure Lynn Desjardin Special to Feather Publishing Mark Meckler, president of Citizens for Self-Governance, will be the featured speaker at the Plumas-Sierra Tea Party Patriots meeting Thursday, July 31, at 7 p.m. at the Graeagle Fire Station. The meeting is free of charge and open to the public. Meckler's Citizens for Self-Governance is a national nonpartisan grassroots movemefit t0'bring c6ntrol of the government back into the people's hands by restoring power to the people and the states. The four pillars of this movement are as follows. --Understand that Americans from all political parties still believe in our republic. Take control away from top-down government and reduce the influence of big corporations and union bosses. Support government transparency and disperse budget responsibility to appropriate levels of government. --Provide resources to private sector citizens to engage effectively in the political process. With the federal government exceeding its constitutionally established boundaries, we are leaving our children and grandchildren a bankrupt nation run by an unaccountable bureaucracy. Article V of the Constitution allows the states to call a Convention of States to restrict the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, restoring the citizen's rightful power, over the ruling elite. Citizens for Self-Governance is working with state legislators and citizens across the nation to recover the checks and balances on federal power, returning the country to a limited government that is of, by and for the people. Meckler frequently appears on MSNBC, ABC, NBC, Fox News, CNN, Bloomberg, Fox Business and the BBC. His opinion editorials regularly run in many of the leading political newspapers, both online and offiine. He is sought after for comment by The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, L.A. Times, Washington Examiner, Politico and The Hill. Meckler co-founded the Tea Party Patriots and formerly served as the national coordinator for the group. 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