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4B Wednesday, Aug. 18, 2010 , Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter BLOTTER, from page 3B was transferred to SLEMS and Indian Valley Fire was paged and responding. Toxic: In Quincy, a caller re- ported a baby drank some cleaner. The call was trans- ferred to PDH and Quincy Fire was paged. Abdominal: In Greenville, SLEMS requested fire be paged for a female with ab- dominal pain. IVF was paged. Tuesday, Aug. 10 Unknown Malady: In Cromberg, someone request- ed to speak to the hospital as she was unsure if she needed to go in. The call was trans- ferred to PDH. The caller de- cided she needed an ambu- lance. PDH and Long Valley Fire were paged. Sick: In Greenville, a caller requested medical aid for a female who was ill. The call was transferred to SLEMS and Indian Valley Fire Was paged. Fall: In Greenville, a caller requested an ambulance for her daughter who fell. The call was transferred to SLEMS and Indian Valley Fire was paged. Cardiac: In Portola, someone requested an ambulance for a female with a possible heart attack. The call was transferred to EPDH and Portola Fire was paged. Wednesday, Aug. 11 Fall: In Greenville, a deputy requested an ambulance for a female who was down. In- formation was given to Lassen EMS and IVF was paged. Deputies were on scene. Fall: In Portola, a caller re- quested an ambulance for himself due to a fall. Allergic: In Graeagle, a caller requested an ambu- lance for a male who was having a reaction to a bee sting. The call was trans- ferred to EPDH and Graea- gle Fire was paged. A deputy was advised. Loss of Consciousness: In Quincy, a caller requested an ambulance for her friend who fainted but was still breathing. The call was transferred to PDH. An am- bulance and fire were paged. A deputy also assisted. Airway: In Greenville, a caller requested an ambu- lance at the Rancheria medical clinic for difficulty breathing. The call was transferred to Lassen EMS and Greenville Fire was paged. Deputies also assisted. Fall: In Quincy, someone re- ported a female fell in the Serpilio Hall breezeway at the fairgrounds but an EMT was on scene. PDH was paged. Cardiac: In Chester, a caller requested an ambulance for her self for chest pains. The call was transferred to SIFC 25 years experience with Social Security DISABILITY (m) s.25-1.ele I 0000TOLL-FREE 1 877 832-8757' [ se habla espafiol / DISABILITY ASSOCIATES .,/ UNITED BIKERS OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA THANKS TO ALL WHO HELPED WITH OUR 6th ANNUAL JOKER'S WILD POKER RUN! Bob Baitinger Quincy Sew & Vac Lassen Club Lassen Gifts Best Western Rose Quartz Inn Knotbumper Burger Depot Pizza Factory-Chester Cotton Candy Diner Beacon Gas Holiday Market Coffee Station Eutting Edge Char's Beauty Shop Ahnanor Bowling Center Back Porch Consignment David price jewelers Shadows by Eagle Watcher Bubba the Sign Painter The Fly Shop Bodfish Cycles Secondhand Rose Giggling Crow B&B Bookstore Main St. Coffee Bar Almanor Critter Clippers Road Rider Atlantis Hotel & Casino Cache Creek Hotel & Casino Aubrey Hawkins Cindy Moreles Dave's Carpet & Window Helen's Place Wild Streaks 7hngles Sinbad's Hot Dogs' Larry Trotter Nora Barnum Quincy Hot Spot Mi Casita Dan & Nancy Elliott Dee & Tina Lake Sierra Cycle Great Northern Hair Co. Eagles Nest Cafe Le Coq Inge Stone Larry Wright Doris Blackmer Bank of America Kragen Starbucks Burger King ACE Hardware Captain Andy's Thunder Joes Lassen Hardware & Lumber Sweet Lorraines Relay Station Pizza Factory-Quincy Napa Auto Parts Marilynn & Dave Shaw Gold Country Casino Feather Falls Casino Greenhorn Creek Guest Ranch K&M Trophy Greg Sawyer, DDS Annika Beer MAC/UBNC Cheeseburger Restaurants Plumas Sanitation Sports & Shorts Plumas Club Canyon Dam Market Mc Lassen Club Way Station Tony & Charity Terri Brooks Tom & Glo F-Troop Ches & Sam Pence Queen's Gold Russel Rodriquez Call Jack ~ The Broker 530-283-2277 or 530-966-5463 Quincy Auto Co. ! 970 Main St., Quincy and information was given to a deputy. Bleeding: In Quincy, a caller requested an ambulance for a 14-year-old who was vomit- ing blood next to the Zipper. PDH was paged. Sick: In Quincy, a caller re- ported a suspicious male ly- ing in her front yard calling for help. The caller thought the man might have tripped on her flowerpot. A deputy on scene requested fire and medical. Meanwhile, a caller reported an overdue mo- torist who was expected to be traveling from the fair- grounds to PDH. The caller said the subject was wheel- chair bound and just recov- ering from major illness. In- formation was given to the CHP. The victim was located and it bcame apparent these two incidents involved the same person. Unknown Malady: in Greenville, a caller request- ed an ambulance. The call was transferred to SLEMS and Indian Valley Fire was paged. Thursday, Aug. 12 Cardiac: In Graeagle, a caller requested an ambu- lance for her mother who was possibly having a heart " attack. The call was trans- ferred to EPDH and Graea- gle Fire was paged. Cardiac: In Quincy, a caller requested an ambulance for a person with chest pain. The call was transferred to PI)H. An ambulance and Quincy Fire were paged and responded. Cardiac: In Greenville, a 911 open line call was received. The caller then called back to request an ambulance for his mother with a possible heart attack. The call was transferred to Lassen EMS and IVF was paged and re- sponding. unknown Malady: In Chester, a caller requested medical aid. The call was transferred to SIFC. Miscellaneous Friday, Aug. 6 Practical Use of Law Enforcement Time: In Che'ster, a caller reported someone broke into his house and stole his stuff. The caller said a PlayStation and two laptops were missing. The caller advised a neighbor saw the suspects at the residence earlier and they returned to take his items. The caller re-contact- ed dispatch and advised his friends were playing a prac- tical joke on him. He added he was sorry and did not find the joke funny. I Guess the Neighbors Will have to do a Day Sleep: In Greenville, a caller reported lots of shots being fired from the range, possibly from au- tomatic weapons. Multiple 911 calls were received. A deputy advised F&G was having a night shoot. Hopefully They'll Just Give Him Community Service ... Picking Up Trash: In, Quin- cy, a caller reported a bear in her yard up a tree. The caller was advised the bear would leave on its own. Her husband called back and ad- vised he was going to shoot the bear as soon as he got a chance. The caller advised the bear was not aggressive but often got into his trash at his back door and he didn't like it. The caller advised he didn't care if he went to jail for killing the bear. A deputy reported being unable to locate a bear or the reporting party. Saturday, Aug. 7 ...No You Can't Do this to the Rest of Your Neighbors When They Annoy You, Even If Their Manners are Eerily Similar: In Delleker, a caller reported a mamma bear andtwo cubs out in front of the residence. The caller said one of the bears was sitting on top of the car roof. Information was given to a sergeant. A sergeant ad- vised the bears were off the vehicle, had been pepper sprayedand were off the property. Baby: In Quincy, a caller re- ported a baby was locked in a vehicle at the Ten-Two restaurant, AAA tow was en route and a deputy was re- quested to respond as well. Just Hope it Doesn't Morph into A High Maintenance Teenager: In Blairsden, a caller reported a bat in her home. The caller was given information for bat removal. Sunday, Aug. 8 Maybe Go to the Neighbor on the Other Side Next Time You Need a Cup of Sugai': In Lake Almanor, CHP dispatch reported a caller was on the line reporting an unknown person knocking on his door. The caller told CHP to send someone or he was going to shoot the prowler. The caller then hung up before the call could be transferred to the sheriff's office. Dispatch con- tacted the reporting party, who reported a possible prowler outside his resi- dence. The caller was unco- operative and didn't give dis- patch any informatioh before hanging up again. The caller didn't answer the phone on the next call back. A deputy reported checking the area and being unable to locate the reporting party or any- thing suspicious. It's Nice the Cops Always Get to Be in on these Jokes: In Quincy, a caller reported .... a S toIen  Vehicle. The STEEL BUILDINGS OR POLE BARNS Custom Designed to Meet Your Needs GARAGE, SHOP, WAREHOUSE, MINI STORAGE, HAY BARN, HORSE BARN, HANGAR Now Offering Metal Roofing, Remodeling & Restoration Serving Lassen, Plumas and Sierra Counties 630-620-6667 PLUMAS UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT SURPLUS AUCTION Sat., Aug. 28, 2010 113 North Mill Creek Road, Quincy, CA Public Viewing & Silent Auction 9- I 0am Auction Awards immediately following A list of auction items is posted on the Plumas Unified School District Website at www.pcoe.k 12.ca.us Items purchased must be picked up by 12 noon on Aug. 28th All items sold as is. Jack Brown, owner of Quincy Auto Co. can get you a great deal on any NEW car or truck available, including: Toyota KIA Hyundai Honda Mazda Dodge Ford Chevy GMC BMW Chrysler Nissan Jeep Subaru, Etc. You get the rebates and spec&l financing when available - high trade-in value and defivery to your home or office. reporter called back and ad- vised he located his vehicle. The caller said friends were playing a joke on him. Sailboat: In Chester, a caller reported a boat flipped over with the sail on the water. Information was given to boat patrol which advised a call-out wasn't necessary and the sailor was fully ca- pable of up-righting the boat. Otters Bite Back: In Virgilia, a third-hand i'eport was re- ceived of a female that was treated in the ER for an otter bite. USFS responded to the call and possibly an ambu- lance transported the fe- male. PDH ER spoke to the health department and it was requesting the sheriff's office follow up with Fish and Game. Fish and Game was already aware and had spoken to all parties in- volved. Monday, Aug. 9 Youth is Wasted on the New Windows: In Chester, a deputy received a report of a possible, burglary. A deputy reported it wasn't vandalism or a burglary. The deputy advised a window just broke from being old. Wednesday, Aug. 11 Training Departmental Communication: In Quincy, a caller reported hearing two shots fired. The report- ing party was not sure where the noise came from. A second caller advised it possibly came from .Sum- merfield Lane. A deputy re- ported two sheriff's deputies were conducting a training exercise at Feather Publish- ing and everything was OK. Thursday, Aug. 12 Burglary: In Johnsville, , someone reported a possible attempted burglary at the Iron Door restaurant. The reporting party advised it appeared several items were missing. A deputy reported a $1,000 loss. See CHP Report, page 5B. BW Inc. 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