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~.~e, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Aug, 1, 2001 H that appears in is complied from the Highway Patrol activi. in Quirwy and, in some cos. The fact that some. been in~)lt~d in an auto. e accident does not consti. In addition, CHP agency deter- injuries in the acci- characterized as minor, major or fatal. were reported vehicles were in- in an incident July 25, at 3:40 Lyon, 41, of Dixon, a 1992 Ford east- on Highway 70 from Wye when his disabled, par- clng the west and Forcino, 39, of Was driving a was traveling OUnd on Highway 70 Wing because of I by Lyon. Ellingson, 16, of driving a 1996 Was Unable to stop Colliding with the vehicle. Yone involved was belt: Highway 70, east of Two Iiivers No human injuries were reported in a single-vehicle incident Wednesday, July 25, at 4:40 p.m. Kenneth Peterson, 68, of Black River Falls, Wis., was driving a 2001 Kia westbound on Highway 70 east of Two Rivers at approximately 55 mph. Suddenly, a deer jumped directly in front of the vehi- cle. Peterson didn't have time to hit the brakes. He hit the deer, killing it, and causing minor damage to the vehicle. Highway A Reno resident received minor injuries when the 1996 Chevy pickup she was dri- ving overturned Monday, Ju- ly 23, at 4:32 p.m. Marjie Ann Horton, 58, was driving south on Highway 395 at Pozzolan Road at an unknown speed. She was tired and started nodding off, fell asleep, and allowed the vehicle to drift onto the south shoulder. When she woke up, she saw that she was on the shoulder of the roadway and attempted to steer back onto the high- way. She overcorrected, lost con- trol of the pickup and it over- turned on the shoulder. Horton was flown to Washoe Medical Center, where she was released later that day. She was wearing her seat belt, which helped prevent more serious injuries. Highway 70, Rock Creek and injured his shoulder in latingprobation. Dam the collision. Major injuries were report- He was airlifted to EnloeNewmll mllXW I llcy Saturday, July 28 ed to a Ukiah resident when Hospital in Chico, where he Information that appears in this Resisting: Honey Bear the motorcycle he was dri- waslisted in stable condition, column is compiled from the Hoover, 27, of Quincy, was at- ring and a 1995 Toydta Cam- /711, at A-23 Plumas County Sheriff's Depart. rested on allegations of van- ry were involved in an inci- No injuries were reportedment's activity log and, in some dalism and resisting arrest. dent Monday, July 23, at 10:30 when two vehicles were in- cases, the county correctional cen. a.m. volved in an incident Friday, ter's booking log. The newspaper Friday, July 27 Patricia F. Cayler, 75, of July 20, at 11:20 a.m. does not report suspects' names in Battery: Travis L. Semler, 28, Sacramento, was driving Ricky C. Yaeger, 38, of arrests for public intoxtcation or ofQuincy, was arrested on al- westbound on Highway 70. Reno, was drivinga 1992 Ford drunk driving (unless accompa, legations of battery, battery west of the Rock Creek Dam F250 pickup westbound on niecl by a more serious charge, on a peace officer, disobeying at 45-50 mph. Highway 70 nearing the in- such as probation violation or aan order from a peace officer, Thomas H. Terry, 51, was tersection wit Plumas County felony). Thefacl that someone has escaping from custody and driving his 1986 Harley Road A-23. been arrested and charged with a public intoxication. Davidson motorcycle ap- Jean L. Francque, 83, of crime does not constitute gutlt. proaching the rear of theAuburn, was also traveling The case may never appear in Violation: Anthony Gunn, of Toyota. westbound on Highway 70 in court if the district attorney deter. Quincy, was arrested on an On a gradual turn, Terry a 1997 Plymouth Voyager mines there is insufficient evi- allegation of violating a court began to overtake and pass van. She was traveling ahead dence to prosecute the case. If the order. the Toyota at an unknown of Yaeger's vehicle, amount of bail is not listed, the speed. Francque slowed down to suspect is released without bail. Thursday, July 26 While making the pass, the approximately 5-10 mph asThe newspaper attempts to list the Stolen property: Barry L. broken yellow dividing line she prepared to turn left onto age of suspects whenever they are Deibler, 24, of Portola, was ar- changed to a solid double yel- A.23. provided by the sheriff's depart- rested on allegations of pos- low. Yaeger was rapidly over- menr sessing stolen property and After passing the Toyota,taking Francque at a speed of supplying false ID to a peace but still traveling in the east- at least 50 mph and he pulled ARRES$ officer. bound lane, Terry, for an un- to the left in an attempt to Sunday, July 29 known reason, lost control of pass Francque on the left. Drugs: Jewel Wallace, 50, of Resisting: Kevin D. Baker, 21, the motorcycle. This was at a clearly Portola, was arrested on an of Quincy, was arrested on a He was ejected and both marked intersection and he allegation of marijuana pos- fugitive warrant. Terr3" and the vehicle slid to also drove to the left of a solid session. the outside of the turn and in- yellow line. Wednesday, July 25 to the westbound lane. As Yaeger was going Resisting:Demian Blue, 23, of Spousal abuse: Laurie Brady, Cayler, seeing the incident, around Francque, she began Portola, was arrested on an of Quincy, was arrested on an applied her brakes in an at- to make her left turn and the allegation of resisting arrest allegation of spousal abuse. tempt to avoid running over front of Francque's vehicle by providing false ID to a Terry and his motorcycle,struck the right rear of peace officer. Fraud: Monique Rude was ar- Terry and the motorcycle Yaeger's. rested on allegations of de- slid off the north side of the Yaeger spun around and Battery: William J. Davidson, fraudingan innkeeper and vi- roadway and struck a rockcame to a stop, facing in an 45, of Portola, was arrested olatingacourtorder. cliff, easterly direction on theon allegations of battery, dis- Cayler'sToyota alsoslid off north shoulder of Highwayobeying a peace officer and IHffFTS, BUIIGI, AHE$ the road, striking the same 70. resisting arrest by providing AND PIIOPEIll CRIMES rock wall. Francque came to a stop on false ID to a peace officer. He Sunday, July 29 Terry received a broken the west shoulder of A-23 just also was arrested on a parole Theft: A Quincy resident re- left leg, a broken right wrist south of Highway 70. warrant, ported that a suspect stole a gate from their property and Violation: Hector Francisco vandalized the attached ................... Garcia, 53, of Portola, was at- fence. The estimated loss was rested on an allegation of vie- more than $5,000. MAWWRS & CEMETERY SUPPU|S 472"200 DU~iONO CREST lid " SUSAN~ILLE The family of Robert Thanks to everyone who "Bob" McDonald wishes to helped make Carl's celebra- express our sincere thanks tion so wonderful. I truly for the love, food, visits, felt his presence and still flowers and phone calls re- do! Thanks to all who ceived in our time of grief, brought food and drinks. He was truly loved and all of The cards and hugs have your showed it. Also, been a great comfort in the thanks to the members of loss of this one-of-a-kind the Merman Church for man. their help and use of their Lucia facility. cYi Through a licensin,, a,,reement with the Public Utilities Commission, we purchase the residential listings from the two telephone companies that Serve this area, h nds of numbers and addresses there is sure to be some changes from .. " 8eli and Citizens Utilities. However, since we am dealing with thousands and t! ousa ............ "- '-ccurate information available, the ,e the information was originally given to the phone company. We hope you w l/ take a meuse ano prowoe us w/m mc ff them was an error, omission or change m the information recently released in the Pac Bell or Citizens telephone books, please use the coupon below to tefl us out it. Your cooperation in getting it back to us by Aug. 31, 2001, is great/y appreciated. EVEN IF YOU RECENTLY NOTIFIED THE PHONE COMPANY OF A CHANGE, PLEASE TELL US TOOl THE INFORMATION MAY CROSS PATHS FROM THE TIME WE THEIR LISTINGS AND THEY UPDATE YOUR RECORDS. We need current information to update our database. If you have p vious submiflod form in year= It, Please resubmit. We want our book to be as current as possible. ~ ~ ~ ~ i I I N p N t ii i I H a g B I g B i g e i i i I I I i I g I I I p g i i H ~i~ i g i i Plumas/Lassen Connection C/O Feather Publishing P.O. 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