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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2015 3B LAW and ORDER SHERIFF'S BLOTTER Information in the SherifFs Blotter is gathered from the dispatch logs provided by the Plumas County Sherilrs Oftice. No individuals' names are reported. And those arrested should be prestuned innocent until proven guilty. During the week of Tuesday, Aug. 11, to Monday, Aug. 17, there were 268 incidents handled by dispatchers. The reported incidents resulted in 10 arrests, 29 medical responses and four fire responses. Following is a summary of the week's activity: BY THE NUMBERS 14 -- Domestic disputes. 10 -- Boat patrol responses for disabled marine vessels. 8 -- Probation checks. 8 -- Reports of thefts or burglaries. 6 -- Deer struck by motorists. 6 -- Traffic collisions. 6 -- Loose or barking dogs. ARRESTS Beckwourth One arrested on a charge'of DUI. Chester One arrested on a charge of being under the influence of a controlled substance. One arrested on a charge public intoxication. of Cromberg One arrested on a charge of public intoxication. Delleker One arrested on charges of being under the influence of a controlled substance and DUI. Lake Almanor One arrested on a charge of DUI. Portola One arrested on a charge of spouse abuse. Quincy One arrested on a charge of spouse abuse. One arrested on charges of battery and juvenile delinquency. One arrested on charges of being under the influence of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and disobeying a court order. MISCELLANEOUS Tuesday, Aug. 11 Kid fight A caller in Portola reported that her child was assaulted at the Portola pool. A deputy responded and learned that it was two 6-year-olds that were fighting. The deputy spoke to the mother of the other child Thursday, Aug. 13 who said she would talk to Heavily armed. her kid. A caller on Gold Lake Highway near Graeagle said Wednesday, Aug. 12 a man in his mid-30s, Car shot wearing came gear, was seen A caller on Sierra Avenue posting an American flag in Portola reported a car and then patrolling the parked in a business parking catwalk at the Sierra Buttes lot appeared to have been lookout. The caller said the shot with a shotgun during man had an AR-10-type 308 the night, rifle and a sidearm on his hip. The man was seen Cow on the landing pad driving away in a 1990s came A caller on Hot Springs Ford Bronco. Road in Greenville reported there was a cow standing on the heliport. The cow's owner was contacted. One man's junk ... A caller on Lindan Avenue in Quincy reported three men in a truck dumped a bunch of household items on the side of the road with a free sign ... and then they left. A deputy contacted the men who said they intended to go back at the end of the day and pick up all the items that were not claimed. For the third time ... No! A caller on Clough Road in Quincy said several • young adults between 18 and 25 have been coming to his residence trying to sell carpet-cleaning equipment. He said this was the • third time in the past two days. He said it seemed suspicious. intoxicated man then drove away. The call was transferred to the CHP. Officers located the driver and he was arrested on a charge of DUI. charges of being under the influence of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and disobeying a court order. Saturday, Aug. 15 Never mind Rotten tires A man in Greenville called A caller on Warner Valley to report that his truck had Road in Chester said all ofbeen stolen. The line was the tires on his car had been then disconnected. When a slashed between 5 and 8 p.m. dispatcher returned the the previous day. A deputy call a woman who answered responded and discovered said that the man who the tires weren't slashed, called was drunk. She said a Friday, Aug. 14 The tires were old and had friend drove the man's truck I've had enough dry rot. home. A caller on W. Loyalton Avenue in Portola said Stolen and abandoned Monday, Aug. 17 his neighbor was throwing A caller on U.S. Forest Tuber vanishes rocks at his house again Service Road 20N92 near La A caller who was last night. He said the rocks Porte reported finding a under the bridge in Belden were hitting the house all vehicle that appeared to said a woman was missing through night. The caller have been stolen. The and possibly drowned said there was no need vehicle was located in the in the river. The caller for a deputy to respond, forest and all the tires were reported seeing a heavy-set He said he already missing. There were no woman float by on a tube. decided to sell his house and license plates and the The caller said the tube move. interior had been slashed, flipped over and the woman Officers soon verified thatnever re-surfaced. The caller Gunshot wound the vehicle had been said it had been about 30 A caller at Plumas District reported stolen in Yuba minutes since anyone saw Hospital reported treating a County. the woman. The caller said person who was accidentally people down stream reported shot. Wired and sawing seeing the empty tube float A caller on Railway by. Search and Rescue was Drunk driver Avenue in Quincy said a paged and the information A caller on Panoramic neighbor was acting was provided to the Forest Road in Quincy said an suspicious. The caller saidService and the CHP. About intoxicated man knocked at the neighbor was up all an hour later, an officer his door. The caller said the hours of the night and advised that the woman was man then walked away, got running a chainsaw. A located and that she was in his truck and backed into deputy responded and the able to get herself the caller's vehicle. The neighbor was arrested on out of the river. CHP REPORT The following inciden ts are submitted by the Quincy Area California Highway Patrol as a tentativesummarypending the conclusion of the investigation(s). Highway 89, Aug. 14 Cathy Osburn, 72, of Quincy, was driving a 2007 Subaru Forester northbound on Highway 89. At approximately 12:30 p.m. she was north of Bear Valley Redid. Osburn related that she momentarily took her eyes away from the road to obtain her water bottle. In the process, the car drifted off of the east edge of the road. The driver lost control of the Subaru, which overturned and landed on its roof. Osburn was assisted out of the vehicle by a witness. The driver was wearing her seat belt and sustained minor injuries. She was later transported to Tahoe Forest Hospital in Truckee for treatment. Beckwourth, Aug. 14 CHP officers from Quincy Area were dispatched to investigate a possible hit and Brought to you by: Dr. Gregory Sawyer, DDS THE TOOTH AND NOTHING BUT THE TOOTH Periodontal Disease: Pert 2 We sometimes refer to our secondary dentition as "permanenf' teeth. That really is a misnomer, however, since many people have suffered the loss of some or all of their teeth. Now that is what I call permanent! Losing a tooth is serious because it starts a domino effect of progressively worsening problems• The most common cause for tooth loss in adults is periodontal or "gum" disease. It is one of the most preventable diseases known to man. it can be treated to improve or completely heal the disease conditions• Here are some screening questions to determine whether you may have signs or symptoms of periodontal disease: 1) Do you have a foul odor (bad breath) or foul taste in your mouth? 2) Do your gums bleed when you brush or floss? 3) Do your gums look swollen and red at the margins where they meet the teeth? 4) Do you have any loose or shifting teeth? 5) Are there spaces that have opened up between the teeth that were not present previously? 6) Has your bite changed causing interferences in the way your teeth fit ogether? If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, you may have periodontal disease. Don't wait go see your dentist today for a proper diagnosis! Plumas County Animal Shelter 201 N. Mill Creek Road Quincy, CA 95971 (530) 283-3673 Family Dentistry and Orthodontics 2034 E. Main St., Quincy, Ca 95971 (530) 283-2811 run traffic collision. It was about 11:22 p.m. The accident occurred on private property on Panoramic Drive. Officers located both vehicles involved. They determined that the offending driver was Lance Hawes, 46, of Beckwourth. Hawes had backed a white 1992 Chevy S-10 into the front left corner of a car parked in a private driveway. He was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and misdemeanor hit and run. He was booked into Plumas County Jail. Highway 70, Aug. 17 About 11:45 a.m., Timothy Massey, 42, of Portola, was driving his 2005 Chevrolet, towing a 14-foot dump trailer. Massey was in the westbound lane traveling at a stated speed of 50 mph. He was just east of Plumas County Road 125. The trailer contained a load of approximately two yards of gravel. The trailer began to whip from side to side. The driver 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: jennifer.lewis2@goAAA.com 2920 D Main St., Susanville CA related he was loosing control of the Chevrolet. He steered the Chevy to the right, toward County Road 125. The Chevrolet and trailer went into a clockwise spin. They hit the cattle crossing guard and barbwire fence at the intersection. The driver was wearing a seat belt and was not injured. Ore-Quincy Highway, Aug. 19 Road conditions were clear and dry. Adam Jensen, 19, of Paradise, was driving a 2015 Yamaha R3 westbound on Ore-Quincy Highway. About 10:45 a.m., Jensen was east of Four Trees Road. He attempted to negotiate a left hand curve. The driver was unsuccessful and the motorcycle to traveled off the north edge of the road. Jensen lost control and the motorcycle rolled onto its left side on top of him. A witness stopped and helped Jensen out from under the motorcycle. The rider was wearing a helmet during this collision. He was later transported to Enloe Medical Center in Chico for treatment of minor injuries. Quincy, Aug. 19 No. 2 lane of Main Street. He About 4:55 p.m., traffic was approached the red light at stopped for a red light at the Quincy Junction Road and intersection of Main Street stopped behind the and Quincy Junction Road. Chevrolet. Fidel Rodriguez, 36, of Greenaway looked down to Portola, and a passenger his floorboard. When he were stopped at the light in a looked back up, he 2010 Chevrolet Colorado. mistakenly thought traffic Kyle Greenaway, 29, of had started moving. The Twain, was driving his 2004 GMC Sierra westbound in the See CliP Report, page 48 Our agency will show you plenty of ways to save money - ® with the .~L-~RP Auto & Home [n~;urance Program from The Hartford. Call us, your local Hartford independent agency, today for a FREE, no-obligation quote. Haley Shafer Personal Lines Agent Flanigan-Leavitt Insurance 400 W. 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