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$ ' I311NNAt.IIDNUlIINL lUn[l 4B Wednesday, Aug. 25, 20i0 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter BLOTTER, from page 3B her. The caller also advised she was able to contact a counselor but that person re- fused to return the children. Someone made contact with the camp, which advised someone would call in a half- hour. A deputY sPoke with the camp president who would pass the information along to the pastor and contact the caller to resolve the issue. Reverse Garbage Truck: In Quincy, CHP transferred a report that someone threw a whole bag of trash on the road. CHP advised the vehi- cle was stopped at the time of the dumping so it wasn't in the agency's jurisdiction. An officer could not locate the suspect and the garbage was cleaned up. Tuesday, Aug. 17 Mountain Lion: Near Lake Almanor, a caller reported a mountain lion just attacked and killed his neighbor's dog. The caller was given the number to Fish & Game. Presidential Retreat: At Gold Mountain, a caller requested to speak to a deputy about the president of the homeowners association coming to his home all the time without calling first. A deputy ad- As Stanley awoke, he shoulder. There were no Bettencourt, 38, grabbed the vised the caller of the proper realized that his vehicle was injuries, steering wheel, making an civil procedures, leaving the north side of alleged unsafe turning move- the roadway. The vehicleLock up, Aug. 14 ment towards the positive Thursday, Aug. 19 traveled northwest up a Terry Barth, 59, of Rose- grade dirt embankment. The Crash: On Lake Almanor, a dirt hill and overturned. As - ville, was traveling east- vehicle drove up the embank- caller requested a deputy re- the vehicle continued going bound on Big Creek Road, ment where it collided with a garding a crash involving west, it flipped over totheleft west of the intersection of rock. twoWaveRunners, front colliding with a rock Buck's Lake Road on a 2005The vehicle spun in a out-cropping directly in its Harley-Davidson. clockwise direction as it path. According to CHP, Barth overturned onto the driver's CHP REPORT The vehicle spun in a was traveling at an undeter- side and came to rest facing clockwise direction and the mined high rate of speed northwest within the Mt. Spilt logs, Aug. 12 top of the vehicle collided where the road curves Hough roadway. Andrew Graham, 49, of with the roadway surface. It sharply left on a raised knoll. Gielen was unharmed, as Nevada City was driving a continued in a Southwesterly Before the knoll, a postedwere passenger Bettencourt, 1985 Peterbilt loaded logging direction before coming to black and yellow advisory and two additional passen- truck northbound on SR-89 rest on its roof facing east sign alongthe south roadway gers. north of Little Truckee Sum- and partially blocking the edge states, "Stop sign mit at approximately 40 mph. eastbound lane. ahead." Left roadway, Aug. 17 CHP reported Graham was Stanley suffered glass Barth crested the knoll Andrew Van Zandt, 19, going too fast as he entered a debris to his le] t eye but but realized too late there of Greenville was driving a sharpleft curve, claimed no further injuries, was a posted stop sign and1986 Honda 250 ATV at an The vehicle overturned a sharp left curve. Barth undetermined speed south- onto its right side against the Stop for parade, Aug. 14only applied the foot brake bound on USFS Road 26N81. embankment, spilling its load Esther Kelly, 83, of Quincy of his vehicle, causing the For an unknown reason of logs. The vehicle bounced was driving her 2004 Buick rear wheel of the vehicle to Van Zandt's vehicle left the off the embankment and LeSabre northbound on Roche lock up. roadway. came to rest on its wheels in Avenue and came to the inter- The vehicle skidded in a The vehicle rolled approxi- the northboundlane, section of Roche Avenue and straight line off the paved mately 220 feet down a steep Graham was wearing his Main Street. Kelly was told by portion of Big Creek Road rock embankment. seatbelt and was taken to a citizen that the parade was and onto the south dirt Van Zandt was flown Tahoe Forest Hospital for coming and she could notand gravel shoulder of to Renown Medical Center minor injuries, make a right hand turn. Buck's Lake Road. The in Reno, Nev. for moderate CHP determined Kelly be-vehicle overturned along injuries. Asleep,Aug. 13 gan to back up, paying more the shoulder and Barth was Daniel Stanley, 18, of attention to the children in ejected and thrown down a Log truck and pole, Lincoln was driving a 1988 the roadway than her steep embankment south Aug. 18 Corvette westbound on SR-70, driving. The left side of her of the shoulder. The vehicle Antonio Raya, 41, of Olive- west of CaribouRd. at approx- vehicle sideswiped the right came to rest on the south hurst was traveling north- imately 55 mph when he fell side of a 1985 Ford Thunder- shoulder, facing west, on its bound on Genesee Road, asleep momentarily, bird parked on the west side. south of Arlington Road, in a Barth was taken to Enloe 2001 Freightliner at the stated Medical Center for major speed of 30 mph. Raya was injuries, traversing a right to left curve where Genesee Road ends and becomes Arlington Road. CHP reported that as Raya was traversing the curve, the vehicle overturned spilling the load of logs onto the north shoulder of Arlington Road. You want them to be ready for that first day of school. We wantyou to be ready for whatever lif throws your way. Flanigan-Leavitt Insurance Agency, Inc. Quincy Reno Susanville 400 W. Main St. 6190 Mae Anne Ave. Suite #2 608 Main St. 1.800.300.1180 www.flaniga nleavitt.com CA License OEO5639 - NV License 17793 Not helping, Aug. 16 Kelsey Gielen, 22, of Glen- dora was driving her 1993 Ford Explorer southbound on Mt. Hough Road at a stated speed of 15 - 20 mph. Gielen and a passenger, Armando Joshua Sebold Quincy led to a loss of several Staff Writer thousand dollars in cash and jsebold@plumasnews.com cell phones. Thomas Gilliam was Three men were arrested arrested on charges of Thursday, Aug. 19, the burglary and possessing an day after a break-in at illegal weapon. the county fairgrounds inEric Oxley.was arrested on The vehicle slid along the shoulder and sideswiped a PG&E utility pole before it came to rest on its right side facing west. Raya received first aid for minor injuries from Lassen EMS. Single-car accident Around 11 a.m. on Satur- day, Aug. Joshua Grenfell, 21, of Susanville, was driving 2001 Toyota Tundra east- bound on Highway 36 west of River Bench Road at an unknown speed. For unknown reasons, Grenfell made an unsafe turning movement to the left. As a result, Grenfell ran off the north roadway edge of the highway. The Toyota trav- eled down a dirt embank- ment and struck a large boul- der. The vehicle overturned and landed on its left side. Grenfell was taken to Renown Medical Center with major injuries, Major injuries from motor- cycle accident Around 1:05 p.m. on Sun- day, Aug. 15, Bret Cagle, of Grass Valley, Calif., was trav- eling southbound on High- way 89 just outside the south gate of Lassen Park. As Cagle entered a sweep- ing left-hand curve his 2011 Ducati motorcycle developed a steering wobble. Cagle lost control of his bike as he crossed onto the northbound lane. He was ejected from his bike and tumbled down a 20-foot embankment. Lassen Park personnel attended to Cagle. He was transported by heli- copter to Enloe Hospital with major injuries. charges of burglary and conspiracy. Robert Venuti was arrested on charges of burglary and conspiracy, along with an allegation of violating probation. 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