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2B Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2016 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter VITAL STATISTICS/LAW and .ORDER OBITUARY Patricia Anne Quinby Greenville resident Patricia Anne Quinby passed from this life peacefully at her residence with her family at her side, Monday morning, Aug. 29, 2016. Born Dec. 15, 1933, in San Francisco, to San Francisco natives William and Margaret (Crangle) Lynch, Patricia was raised and educated in San Francisco where she graduated from high school. She went on to attend college in the city before attending Stanford University where she obtained a Doctorate Degree in Psychology after a total of eighteen years in school. Patricia enjoyed the art of dancing and is a former ballerina who performed with the San Jose Municipal Ballet and performed in the Nutcracker. Later in life she enjoyed square dancing with her husband. A dedicated wife and mother fin'st of all, Patricia's professional life as a psychotherapist specfalizing in child abuse was well documented in an article published in the Indian Valley Record, Jan. 25, 1995, Obituary. Policy Feather Publishing offers free Death Notices or Paid Obit- uaries. Paid Obituaries start at $80 and may include a photo for an additional $10. For. more. information or to arrange for these notices, contact any of our offices during business hours or email typesetting@ }, subject obit. MARRIAGE LICENSES Aug. 29 Veronica Ann Carter and Bryan Richard Peterson, both of Reno, Nevada. Britnee Alyse Rucket of Reno, Nevada and Russell Andrew Wilhelm of Fallon, Nevada. Sept. 1 Bethany Marie Varga and Andrew Michael Pointer, both of Reno, Nevada. edition. She enjoyed painting in oils, gardening and was a fabulous cook who was honored with a fwst place award in Greenville Rotary's 2002 soup competition. While residing in Los Angeles she operated Patty's Catering. After meeting her future husband, Stephen Quinby, at a Parents without Partners function, the encounter led to the couple's marriage in Virginia City, Nevada, in March of 1979. The separate families united to become one. In her passing, Patricia leaves her husband Stephen, of Greenville; daughters, Diane Doppert and her partner J mes Koehn, of Greenville, Roxanne Quinby, of San Jose, Beverly Ball and her husband Michael, of Cupertino, Marianne Gonella, of San Jose and Sherrie Miller and her husband Richard, of Modesto; sons, David Mercer, of Portola and Peter Quinby and his wife Beverly, of Gilroy; 12 precious grandchildren along with three great-grandchildren. She was anxiously expecting a fourth great-grandchild shortly. She was also survived by a brother, Thomas Lynch, of Meridian, Mississippi, along with numerous nieces and nephews to include James Hignite of Quincy. Along with her parents, she joins her three children, Charles Steele, Jeanine and Lisa Marie Quinby in their eternal home. A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated for the repose of her soul on Saturday, Sept. 3, at St. Anthony's Catholic Church in Greenville. Interment followed in the Greenville District Cemetery. An opportunity to express your condolences to the family along with signing the memorial guest register is available onl/me at BIRTH Mabel Sage Kremer Mabel Sage Kremer was born to Jason Kremer and Jennifer Bradley, of Chester, on Aug. 21, 2016, at 11:58 a.m. at Plumas District Hospital in Quincy. Mabel weighed 6 pounds, 4 ounces and was 19 inches in length. Maternal grandparents are Beverly Green, of Salinas and George and Syd .White, of Placerville. Great-grandparents are Gary Kremer, of Chester; Cyndy and Jim Doubek of Reno, Nevada; and Richard and Susi Bradley of Carmel Valley. Mabel is also welcOmed by brother Callum Kremer, 14. US on to be regularly updated with the latest news. Just go to and hit the LIKE button... CHP REPORT The foflowing incidents are submitted by the Quincy Area Californ& Highway Patrol as a te~ta tive stmunary pending the mndusion of the investigation(s). Highway 70 (E. Main Street), Aug. 29 At approximately 11:01 a.m., Megan Leonhardt, 33, of Quincy, was driving her fianc6's 1998 black Toyota Tacoma on First Street. She stopped at the intersection with the highway. Leonhardt then began to turn left (west) onto E. Main Street. When the Tacoma was about half way throughthe intersection, the ball joint on the left front control arm failed, This failure resulted in the left front tire of the truck swinging out and away from the front axle. The control arm then began gouging the roadway. The vehicle was immediately rendered inoperable and came to rest facing northwest. It completely blocked the No. 2 westbound lane of the road. Leonhardt exited the Tacoma and retrieved a minor passenger from the vehicle. They then waited on scene for help to arrive. Caltrans arrived shortly thereafter and removed the vehicle from the traffic lane with the use of a floor jack. Leonhardt had been wearing her seat belt. Her passenger had been seated in a car seat. No injuries were sustained by either occupant. Sierraville, Aug. 29 This collision occurred on Highway 89 in front of 523 S. Lincoln Street. Steven Bonavita, 50, of Sierraville, was riding a 1987 Honda CRV 250 motorcycle southbound without a motorcycle helmet. A CHP officer attempted to make an enforcement stop on Bonavita for the observed violation. The rider tried to evade the officer. Bonavita entered an asphalt shoulder on the west side of the roadway. He then moved to the left side of the motorcycle while maintaining a standing position. The driver steered the Honda into the front yard of 523 S. Lincoln St. The motorcycle drove over a raised area of dirt, and the rider was ejected. The rider's head and face struck the right front side Of a parked Toyota pickup truck. The motorcycle continued southwest, across the front yard and struck the left side of a parked Jeep pickup. After hitting the truck, Bonavita got to his feet and began to flee west, into the backyard of the residence. The officer gave chase and the man was apprehended near an out building in the backyard. Bonavita suffered a serious laceration to his head and face as a result of the collision. He became compliant and medical personnel were summoned to the scene. The rider was placed under arrest for evading a peace officer, delaying and obstructing a peace officer and for violation felony probation. Bonavita was booked into the Plumas County jail. MICHAEL W. 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Bringing Advanced Dentistry_ to Plumas County_ for more than 30 years ***Over 30 years experience in dental implant surgery and restoration 431 Main St., Quincy, CA. 530.283.1119 SHERIFF'S BLOTTER Information in the Sheriff's Blotter ls gathered from the dispatch logs provided by the Plumas County SherilTs OtVlCe. No individuals" names are reported. And those arrested should be presumed innocent until proven guilty. During the week of Tuesday, Aug. 23, to Monday Aug. 29, there were 323 incidents handled by dispatchers. The reported incidents resulted in 13 arrests, 36 medical responses and five fire responses. Following is a summary of the week's activity: BY THE NUMBERS 36 calls to 911 30 Suspicious activity reports 21 Loud disturbance reports 16 Domestic dispute reports 15 Theft/burglary reports 13 Alarm reports 12 Probation checks 11 Dog reports 6 Harassment reports 6 Welfare checks 6 Phone scam reports 5 Child concern reports 5 Dead or injured deer reports 5 Juvenile reports 4 Weapons reports 4 Possible DUI reports 4 Legally hunted deer 4 Vandalism reports 3 Accident reports 3 Stolen bike reports 3 Death reports MISCELLANEOUS Tuesday, Aug. 23 Fun with Dick and Jane A woman in Quincy reported suspicious circumstances of a male wearing a ski mask and holding a gun banging on her front door. A sergeant contacted the caller who said a friend stated it was him and he was playing a joke. No more fuel for the fire In Johnsville, a caller reported two males and two females and an infant at the state park in a campsite. The subjects are making threats to kill each other. A deputy followed up and it had been an argument from the night before, everyone was fme. Leashed or tethered A caller in Quincy reported that somebody has been letting her dog off the leash during the day. Unemployed doppelganger A caller in Graeagle reported that the Nevada employment state employees database was hacked and his ID has been stolen and the subject filed for unemployment benefits in Nevada. Ring, ring, IRS calling In Portola, a caller reported calls from the 323 area code stating that they are the IRS and that they have a lawsuit pending. Precious little ones A caller in Portola reported a little girl about 2 or 3 years old on West Street in the road with no shoes. The caller knew the location of the child's home. A few minutes later the mother called to report that the caller is at her residence threatening her. Another call came in reporting the disturbance. A deputy contacted the parties who agreed to keep the peace. Unruly crowd In Quincy, a sergeant reported a verbal disturbance with some property damage. The parties agreed to handle civilly. A caller reported about 15 people in an argument, young adults with no weapons seen. The sneaky spy In Quincy, a caller reported that a guy that he met in 2009, who was a spy, borrowed $3,000 and never paid it back. The caller also florae security system reports that the subject put A caller in Quincy ARRESTS chlamydia in his coffee reported seeing a mountain Chester creamer, lion in his driveway two One arrested on charges of days ago. unlawful possession of a Doggy day care . dirk or dagger, possession of A caller in Blairsden Wandering off course drug paraphernalia, being reported somebody is A caller in Beckwourth under the influence of a leaving their dogs tied up all reported that some juveniles controlled substance, day and the dogs cannot just took off with their golf possession of a controlled reach their food and water, cart. Six hours later the cart substance and probation A deputy Contacted the dog was recovered. Almost three violation, owner who said the dogs are hours later, the juveniles not tied up all day. They are were released to probation. Greenville tied gp in 30.minute One arrested on charges of intervals for meals. The Scarecrow f in's being under the influence of caller declined to sign aA caller in Taylorsville a controlled substance and citizen's arrest for animal reported 12 bales of hay disobeying a court (or neglect, stolen around 1:30 a.m. restraining) order. The next-door neighbor said the dogs are never an I said, "No anchovies!" Portola issue, are not on the leash A caller in Quincy One arrested on charges of for long amounts of time and reported an intoxicated spousal abuse and child considers the suspect , customer causing a loud endangerment, accommodating and disturbance with the owner concerned pertaining to the over a pizza. Quincy dogs. She also said that the One arrested on a charge entire neighborhood has Thursday, Aug. 25 of driving under the issues with the caller Abundant phone scams influence, exaggerating situations. The A CHP officer in Portola One arrested On Charges of deputy saw the dog leashes was flagged down by a being under the influence of and they are in a location citizen and is requesting a a controlled substance, that allows access to food deputy. The citizen told the possession of a controlled and water, deputy he received a phone substance and probation call stating that one of his violation. Breaking bad family members is in jail out Two arrested on a charge In Chester, a caller of the country. The subject of violation of probation, reported four 5-gallon checked with his family who One arrested on charges of containers of a substanceare all okay. false imprisonment and that he can't identify, spousal abuse, possibly used to make meth Needing a second opinion One arrested on charges of on the side of the road. A caller in Quincy being under the influence of reported her washer smells a controlled substance and Friendly game of stickball "like it's burning. Quincy probation violation. A caller in Chester reports Fire was paged. One arrested on a charge a loud disturbance involving of driving under the a bat and a stick and twoNo doggy treats for you influence, different groups of people, In Greenville, a caller Two arrested on a charge two males and two females, reported a dog just killed of public intoxication. The subjects are right at the several chickens. front of the park. The caller stating they are now separated, but still,on the scene. A deputy contacted the group who agreed to keep the peace. Sierraville One arrested on charges of evading an officer, resisting arrest and violation of probation. Wednesday, Aug. 24 A plan to be bad A caller in Chester reported a described man who came in wanting to report someone setting up for arson. A deputy spoke to the suspect who said he was reporting that he was concerned about the lot next to him being a fire hazard. The deputy checked and said no fire hazard present. Poachers or huntsman A caller in Lake Almanor reported two men who are See Blotter, page 3B CAL-FD 158 - CR With over 25 years experience, Greg Marr and Associates have been a part of your family when you've needed them most. Find out how you can celebrate the life of your loved one with gentle guidance and individual touch. 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