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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2015 38 VITAL STATISTICS / LAW AND ORDER SHERIFF'S 2 -- Reports of dogs left in he would like to "detox" in an unattended vehicle jail. The caller said the man BLOTTER was not on probation and ARRESTS was allowed to drink. Information in the Sheriff's Belden Blotter is gathered from the dispatch logs provided by the One arrested on a charge of Mountain lion Plumas County Sheriff's trespassing. A caller on Highway 70, east of the CHP office in Office. No individuals" names are reported. And those Chester Portola, said she hit a One arrested on a charge of mountain lion on the arrested should be presumed innocent untilproven guilty, violating probation, highway just outside the city One arrested on charges oflimits. She said she didn't During the week of possession of drug know if the animal was still Tuesday, July 28, to Monday, paraphernalia, transporting alive. The call was Aug. 3, there were 307 a controlled substance, transferred to the CHP. incidents handled by possession of a controlled substance, DUI and being Tuesday, July 28 dispatchers. The reported incidents resulted in 16 under the influence of a Long fall controlled substance. A caller in Cromberg said a arrests, 41 medical person who was cutting tree responses and six fire Chilcoot limbs fell out of the tree and responses. Following is a summary of One arrested on a charge of landed on the roof about 17 the week's activity: public intoxication, feet below. The'call was transferred to Plumas District Hospital. PDH and Long Valley Fire were paged. Greenville BY THE NUMBERS One arrested on charges of 17 -- Domestic disputes 10 -- Reports of smoke or being in possession of a fire controlled substance and 8 -- Probation checks violating probation. One arrested on charges of 7 -- Reports of vandalism battery and violating 6 -- Reports of theft or burglary probation. One arrested on charges of 6 -- Marine vehicles assisted by boat patrol being in possession of a 6 -- Deer struck by motor controlled substance, being under the influence of a vehicles controlled substance and 6 -- Reports of cows loose or on the roadway violating probation. One arrested on a charge of 5 --Reports of loose or barking dogs public intoxication. 3 -- Vehicle accidents Portola One arrested on a charge of child endangerment. BIRTHS Quincy Kurtwood Quincy One arrested on a charge of Clemens violating probation. Kurtwood Quincy Two arrested on a charge of public intoxication. Clemens was born to One arrested on charges of Jeffrey and Elise Clemens,burglary, vandalism, being of Albuquerque, New under the influence of a Mexico, on July 16, 2015, at controlled substance and 9:19 a.m. at Lovelace violating probation. Women's Hospital in One arrested on being in Albuquerque, New Mexico. possession of a controlled Kurtwood Quincy weighed substance and driving with a 7 pounds, 6 ounces and wassuspended license. 19.5 inches in length. One arrested on charges of Maternal grandparents being under the influence of are Gary and Sofia Hines, of a controlled substance and Albuquerque, New Mexico. violating probation. Paternal grandparents One arrested on charges of are Dennis and Ann being in possession Of a Clemens, of Quincy. controlled substance, Great-grandparents are transporting a controlled Florence Furlong, Merlene substance and public Kroll and Maria Wetterer. intoxication. Kurtwood is also MISCELLANEOUS welcomed by brother Sunday, July 26 Sterling, age 2. Drunken dad A caller in Chester said her Jackson Charles husband was drunk and Erickson hostile. She said he flipped Jackson Charles Erickson the couch and was scaring was born to Hana Erickson,their three young children. of Quincy, on Aug. 1, 2015, The caller said she took the at 5:40 a,m. at Plumas kids to "the toy room" to try District Hospital in Quincy. to calm them down and could Jackson Charles weighed 7 still hear her husband pounds, I ounce and was 20throwing things around. inches in length. Deputies responded and Maternal grandmother is arrested the man on a charge Jan Romanazzi, of Cayucos.of public intoxication. Paternal grandfather is Monday, July 27 , Darrell Erickson, of Plumas Take me to jail County.. A woman in Delleker said , Great-grandmother is a man requested to be picked Violet Romanazzi, of up by the police. She said he ; Visalia. had been drinking and stated BUSINESS ADVISORS Was pleased to represent Grizzly 6rill & Mountain Cuisine In the successful transfer from: Lynn Hagen to Randi Collier and Chris Simone Call Summit Business Advisors for a Complimentary Business Value Estimate and Business Sale Consultation. Plumas County's and Lassen County's ONLY Licensed and Certified Business Brokerage BRE #01525569 Locally Owned 6raeagle,. Ca Mystery goats A man in Greenville said about 20 goats had gotten loose and were in his yard. He said he had no idea where they came from. When a deputy arrived a few minutes later the goats had moved on. Wednesday, July 29 A Httle situation? A caller in Greenville reported that her daughter's boyfriend was causing a disturbance. The woman called it "a little domestic violence situation." She then told the dispatcher "I shouldn't have called you guys." And she hung up. A deputy responded and a woman at the scene was arrested on charges of battery and violating probation. the CHP for assistance. But when the CHP officer arrived, the woman was gone. Saturday, Aug. 1 Can she shoot it down? A caller on Chandler Road in Quincy said a drone has been flying over her house every night. She wanted to know what her rights were. A deputy contacted the caller. Stuck on'the lake A caller on Lake Almanor said they were stuck in the middle of the lake in a ski boat. The caller's mother reportedly had her hand stuck in a tube that was located near the propeller. There were no boat patrol officers available, so the call was transferred to Susanville Interagency Fire Center. Sunday, Aug. 2 Stuck in a bush A caller in Belden said a rrmle subject climbed inside of a blackberry bush and was stuck. The caller said the man, who wasn't wearing a shirt, suffered some cuts and scratches. Plumas District Hospital was paged. Before an ambulance was dispatched, the caller phoned back to say the male was able to get out and that someone on the scene was administering first aid. Ancient technology A caller on the Lake Almanor Peninsula called 911 and hung up. When a dispatcher returned the call, a male who answered said the call was an accident. He said he had never used "an old rotary phone" before. CHP REPORT accident and stopped to assist the driver out of the The following incidents are vehicle. He was transported submitted by the Quincy Area to Renown Regional Medical California Highway Patrol as Center in Reno, Nevada, for a tentative summary pending medical evaluation. the conclusion of the Martinetti had been wearing investigation(s), his safety belt and suffered only minor injuries. Quincy, July 30 About 3:05 p.m., the driver of a white tractor/trailer delivery truck attempted to conduct a left U-turn in a cul-de-sac on Mill Creek Road, south of Center Street. Due to the length of the vehicle combination, the right rear end of the trailer struck a large tree and residential mailbox causing considerable damage to the mailbox. The driver left the scene and the trailer sustained an unknown amount of damage. This collision is still under investigation. Highway 89, July 30 At approximately 6 p.m., John Martinetti, 81, of Beckwourth, was driving a 2000 Toyota northbound on Highway 89. Just south of Cold Creek Campground, his stated speed was 55 mph. Martinetti fell asleep behind the wheel. The vehicle drifted off of the east edge of the road and down an embankment. When the front of the car hit the steep bank, the impact caused the Toyota to roll over. It landed on its wheels, partially blocking the road. Passing motorists saw the USFS 31002, (Dog Valley Road) July 31 Gene Murphy, g5, of Reno, Nevada, was driving his 1997 GMC northbound on Dog Valley Road. His stated speed was 10 mph. At about 9:30 p.m., he was south of Lookout Campground. Murphy allowed the car to leave the east edge of the road. The right front of the vehicle hit a large pine tree. As he attempted to back away from the tree, his vehicle slid down the embankment. Personnel from the Sierra County Sheriff Office happened upon the scene and reported the collision to CHP. Murphy had been wearing his seat belt and was uninjured. An investigation determined that he had been under the influence of alcohol at the time of the collision. The driver was arrested. Highway 70, Aug. 2 A non-injury single car accident occurred east of Caribou Road at about 7:55 a.m. Dwayne Norton, 44, of See CliP, page 5B Please send money A caller in Greenville said a transient man with a red backpack affd a shopping cart had been on the caller's property for several days near a picnic bench under the trees. A deputy contacted the man who said he was waiting for Western Union money from his mother. He said he would be moving along as soon as it arrived. Friday, July 31 Busted pipe A caller on Moody Meadow Road in Chester reported that a water main was broken and that water was running in the street. Naked woman at large A caller in Quincy said there.was a naked woman on the lawn in front of the courthouse. A deputy provided the information to FREE Yours with an Auto, Home or Life quote. Are you renting? Call me today for a renters insurance quote. Jennifer Lewis Insurance Agent Lic #0G94962 252-5012 Fax 257-2394 email: 2920 D Main St., Susanville Monday, Aug. 3 Wasted and bloody A caller in Greenville said her brother was intoxicated and going crazy. She said he was walking down the road toward town with a bleeding wrist that was cut by broken glass. An officer responded and the man was cited for public intoxication and transported to PDH. Agony of defeat A caller on Second Avenue in Portola said she was having an ongoing issue with a neighbor abusing his dog. The caller said she could hear the dog crying. 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