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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018 3B LAW and ORDER BLOTTER, from page 2B caller reported that some people were setting off fireworks. Multiple calls came in about the incident. A deputy contacted the responsible individuals and they agreed to keep the peace. Friday, Aug. 24 Missing person reported In the Chips Creek area of the Feather River, a caller reported that someone's son was missing. He might have fallen into the water while they were craw:dad-fishing along the bank. No family or friends were in the area. The caller said he was going to look for his adult son again. Search and rescue was paged and CHP was notified. Someone else reported that the individual who called had Alzheimer's and that the person's son hadn't been in the county for a year and lives in WyoJning. Fire reported In Chester, a caller reported that a pine tree was on fnye. Then he heard a loud bang. Multiple calls were received. The information was transferred to SIFC. A deputy reported the fire was out. Bad dogs In Chester, a caller reported that two big dogs were chasing people down the street trying to bite them. The caller thought the dogs were now in a dark alley awaiting their next victim. A deputy reported that a person agreed to lock up the animals for the night. The information was transferred to animal control. SUSl~icious Sounds Near Quincy, a caller reported that someone was in her parents' house. The caller said her sister was alone and could hear footsteps and drawers being opened. CHP was en route. A deputy contacted the person and she was safe. The house was clear. In jail, send money In Chilcoot, a caller reported receiving a call from someone who said that her grandson was in jail and that she must send $9,000. No money was sent. Theft reported In Quincy in a parking lot, a caller said someone stole a backpack from his vehicle. Messy sailing In Lake Almanor, a caller asked to speak to the boat patrol about a sailboat that was leaking sewage. He might need something On Highway 89, 5 miles north of Sierraville, a caller reported seeing someone along the road waving his arms. The caller thought he might need help. Suspicious soliciting In Quincy, a caller reported that a group of kids was soliciting donations for Loyalton High School's glee club. The caller said he called LHS and they weren't their students. A deputy was unable to find them. Left on the roadside In Greenville, a caller said she was the victim of domestic violence. A person left her on the side of the road. A deputy reported that she didn't want to press charges. Disturbances reported In Quincy, some people kept causing problems. Finally a caller reported a fight between a man and a woman with things being thrown. Multiple calls were received: A sergeant said it was verbal only. A sergeant said that the man agreed to leave for the night. Wednesday, Aug. 22 No lights on bike On Highway 70 near Quincy, a caller reported seeing someone riding a bike on the highway and he had no lights. The information was transferred to CHP. Burglary reported In Portola, a caller reported that her place was broken into. A deputy spoke to her and determined it was suspicious. Lost or stolen Near Quincy, a caller reported that a package was either lost or stolen. Harassing a worker In Chester, a caller said they were having a surveillance camera installed and her neighbors were harassing the installation worker. A deputy reported that both parties agreed to keep the peace. Smoke reported A caller reported seeing smoke coming from the tree line behind the shopping center in Quincy. Multiple reports were received. The information was transferred to USFS. Quincy Fire was notified. Tuesday, Aug. 21 Just his imagination In Portola, a caller asked that a deputy respond to a motel. He thought that his neighbors were calling their friends and they were going to kill him. He thought they had weapons, but didn't know anything about them. A deputy reported that the man was imagining people outside his room. He was counseled about the proper use of 911. Big cat spotted In Greenville,a caller reported seeing a mountain lion outside getting into her garbage cans. The Panhandling suspect In Quincy, a caller reported that a child appeared to be panhandling. The deputy was unable to locate the child. Thursday, Aug. 23 Illegal dumping reported In Portola, a caller reported that someone was leaving trash behind. A deputy reported that the people are going to clean it up. Landing on the lake On Lake Almanor, a caller reported that he was going to land his plane on the lake. The information was transferred to the boat patrol. Flanlgan-Leavltt : Plumas County Veterans Stand Down is looking for Volunteers. September 22nd 8:30 - 4:30 Plumas County Fairgrounds Register at: Info at: All Volunteers get a custom shirt. Needed will be: Golf cart (driver), Stage set-up/lake down, Regisffalion booth (data entry), Group help, Runners foe exhibitors, Clothing donations disbursement, Homeless gear, Maintenance of fairgrounds, Food handlers, Controllers for parking, Helping exhibitors (tables/chairs & runners for foo~drink), For more info, contact: Information guides Ryan Rogers / 530.283.6307 ext 1202 / Ryrogers@pcbh.sewices Scott Quade / 530.283.6424 / Please come and be a part of bringing vital veteran services to Plumas County. information was transferred to fish and wildlife. Chasing the geese In the Lake Almanor area, a caller reported that the employees of a business were chasing geese with their riding lawnmowers. The information was fish and wildlife. Smoke reported near Grassy Flat Near Twain, it was reported that a USFS work crew reported smoke in the High Lakes area near Grassy Flat Off Highway Vehicle area. The information was transferred to USFS. Smoke spotted at city limits In Portola, USFS lookout reported that smoke could be seen in the city of Portola limits near 23N13E Section 36. Eastern Plumas Fire was paged. A deputy found the smoke. The city was paving on N. Second and creating smoke. Everything was okay. Equipment reported stolen In the Caribou area, a caller reported that equipment valued at $5,000 was stolen. The road was closed but there were flaggers present. Suspicious or not, In Delleker, a caller asked to speak to a deputy about things that were happening around her trailer. A deputy spoke to the park manager who said the woman kept calling and reporting that things were happening at a trailer where she no longer lives. Drumming up business? In Portola, someone at the hospital called and said they needed a deputy to check on an animal disturbance. A deputy reported that a person was in front of the emergency room with a dog bite. It seemed that a dog at the hospital charged the individual and the owner got bit. The information was transferred to animal control. No dumping allowed In Portola, a businessperson reported illegal dumping. A deputy contacted a woman who agreed to remove her garbage from the Dumpster. She said she thought she had permission to dump it there but was told that individual no longer can tell her that. Holes noted In the Massack area near Quincy, a caller reported that some trespassers were digging holes on her property. She requested extra patrol checks and to give no trespass notices to anyone they came across. Frozen on the beach At the beach at Lower Bucks Lake, a caller requested an ambulance for a woman who was in the fetal position and appeared "frozen up." PDH, Bucks Lake and Meadow Valley fire were paged. Missing juvenile Somewhere off Highway 36, a BOLO was sent out for a missing juvenile. She told her mother in Red Bluff that she was going camping in the forest and should have been home by then. Assault reported In Portola, a caller said that he and his father were involved in a fight. He said that his dad head-butted him in the face. He didn't want medical attention and was non-desirous of filing charges. Can't get rid of her In the Lake Almanor area, a caller reported he couldn't get a relative to leave his house. He thought she was under the influence of drugs. A deputy reported she left before he arrived. Visual stories of a fading traditional way of life featuring ranches and farms from 17states, with special emphasis on Plumas County. Sponsored by the Genesee Valley Ranch 50OJackson Street, Quincy, CA 530.283.6320 Camping and monthly live music in the canyon A beautiful setting to relax, rejuvenate and soak up your surroundings Summer Concert Series continues with Folksinger W, fllie Watson (Formerly of Old Crow Medicine Show.) He has toured with Dave Rawlings and Gillian Welch. Friday Sept. 14 Rrxx,x,xz l IOII Doors open at 6 p.m. Music 7 p.m. Come see Willie Watson at the Chicken Coup Stage under the stars. Also performing: The River Arkansas