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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2010 3B LAW and '_}RDER SHERIFF'S controlled substance and re- One person was arrested on a deputy advised the overdose was transferred to SLEMS requested an ambulance for a BLOTTER sisting an officer, charge of causing a distur- was accidental and the pa- and IV Fire was paged. Infor- woman who was ill. The call bance, tient was being treated, marion was given to a deputy, was transferred to SLEMS One person was arrested on a SLEMS indicated PDH could and Indian Valley Fire was Arrests charge of being under the in- Vinton Saturday, Aug. 28 cancel, paged. Chester fluence of a controlled sub- One person was arrested  on a Diabetic: On the West Shore one person was arrested on stance. DUI charge, of Lake Almanor, a caller re- Diabetic: In Blairsden, a 911 Vomiting: In Portola, a caller an intoxication charge, ported her husband was din- hang-up was received. Med- requested medical aid for an One person was arrested on a Medical betic and might have taken ical aid was requested for a di- ill male who was vomiting. Cromberg DUI charge. Friday, Aug. 27 too much insulin. The call abetic episode. The call was The call was transferred to One person was arrested on Digestive: In Cromberg, a was transferred to SIFC. transferred to EPHC and EP EPHC and Portola Fire was charges of intoxication, do- Lake Almanor caller requested an ambu- Fire was paged, paged. mestic violence, drivingwith- One person was arrested on lance for stomach pain. The Airway: In Chilcoot, a caller out a license, transporting an allegation of violating pc- call was transferred to PDH. requested medical aid for Monday, Aug. 30 Asthma: In Quincy, someone marijuana and selling a sub- role. An ambulance and Long Val- trouble breathing. The caller Anxiety: In Portola, a caller requested an ambulance for a stance other than the drug the ley Fire were paged, said she just got out of the requested an ambulance for five-year-old male with an buyer thought was being pur- Portola hospital. The call was trans- herself, as her anxiety reed- asthma attack. chased. Two people were arrested on Airway: In Chester, a caller ferred to EPDH and Sierra ication wasn't working. The intoxication charges, reported she was having diffi- Valley Fire was paged, call was transferred to: EPDH Fall: In Greenville, someone Graeagle culty breathing. The call was and Portola Fire was paged, reported a daughter fell and One person was arrested on One person was arrested on transferred to SIFC. Kidney: In Quincy, someone hurt her leg. The call was an intoxication violation, an intoxication charge and an requested medical aid for a Tuesday, Aug. 31 transferred to SLEMS and In- allegation of having two out- Airway: In Portola, a caller male with kidney pain. The Blood Pressure: In Quincy, dian Valley Fire was paged. Greenville of-county warrants. In the requested an ambulance for call was transferred to PDH someone requested medical One perso n was arrested on same incident another person herself because of difficulty and Quincy Fire was paged, aid for a female with low Unknown Malady; In Quincy, an allegation of violating pc- was arrested on an intoxica- breathing. The call was trans- blood pressure who was an ambulance advised they role. tion charge and an allegation ferred to EPDH and fire was Household Accident: In Porto- blacking out above the basket- responded to a private re- of having an out-of-county paged. A deputy was advised, la, a caller requested medical ball court in the training quest for an ambulance. The One person was arrested warrant, aid due to a large shelf falling room at Feather River Col- ambulance requested fire be on charges of possessing a Hip: In Portola, a caller re- on top of her. The call was lege. PDH and Quincy Fire paged. Quincy Fire was One person was arrested on a ported his neighbor needed an transferred to EPDH and Por- were paged, paged. battery charge and an allega- ambulance due to severe hip tola Fire was paged. Informa- Law and Order policy tion of violating probation, pain. The call was transferred tion was given to a deputy. Cardiac: In Quincy, a female Unknown Malady: In Dellek- Information that appears in this column to EPDH and EP Fire was with chest pain was reported, er, someone requested an am- is compiled from the Plumas County One person was arrested on paged. Sunday, Aug. 29 The call was transferred to bulance for himself. The call Sheriff's Office' activity log, the charged of intoxication and Bleed: In Greenville, a caller PDH and Quincy Fire was was transferred to EPHC county correctional center's booking being under the influence of a Accidental Overdose: In Quin- requested medical aid for a fe- paged, and Eastern Plumas Fire was log and California Highway Patrol controlled substance, cy, a caller requested an am- male with possible internal press releases. The Sheriff's Blotter bulance for a female who bleeding with pain. The call Sick: In Greenville, a caller -See Law, page 4B shows initial charges. In some One person Was arrested on a passed out and was unrespon- instances the charges may change DUI charge, sire from an accidental over- after the dispatch report. Wedonot dose. The callwas transferred M dat d & report suspects' names in arrests for Quincy toPDH. An ambulance and @ DuvCUle;00u|ep...l r public intoxication or drunken driving Two people were arrested on Quincy Fire were paged. A unless accompanied by another serious intoxication charges, deputy assisted, ne-u tog rams charge, such as probation violation, a vehicle accident or another felony. One person was arrested on Bike Accident: In Meadow The fact that someone has been charges of battery against a Valley, a caller requested an NOW OiF"F'V-RIIN6 arrested and charged with a crime spouse, ambulance for a person who does not constitute guilt. The case fell Off a bicycle. PDH and MV !!550 I18S Treatment Plogram may never appear in court if the One person was arrested on a Fire were paged. district attorney determines there is DUI charge, at these locations: insufficient evidence to prosecute. Accidental Overdose: In 416 Melissa Ave., Chester 3he fact that someone was involved One person was arrested on Greenville, a caller with Cres- in an automobile collision does not charges of petty theft as a see- cent Mills Fire advised a fe- 430 Main St., Greenville constitute liability or fault. Minors ond offense, trespassing and male took too much medica- 2288 E. Main St., Jackson Ste., Quincy are named as legal-age drivers at 16, an allegation of violating pro- tion. Information was given to unless they are charged with a crime bation. STEMS and a deputy. A 500 First Avenue, Portola by Patty Miller & John Banks in conjunction with an incident. The CliP determines whether injuries Losin00 a Loved One to are characterized as minor, moderate 0rfatM. Dr00$s or Alcohol? '  .... chse 9ur wn path! ,, t,*.:  HOLISTIC SELF-HELP COGNITIVE ........... " Fall k!l '"'"'""""" Family i: Physical FitnessNitamirl Therapy , iii : 70% Success Rate/One Year Aftercare ::i Job Referral Network man in !'ccepted - Financing available Dentistry '.y, ..,,, 1-806-307-0780 .topyouraddiction.com Portol for Plumas County , a Joshua Sebold   with a Staff Writer Woman's Toucn jsebold@plumasnews.com . V " William DeBa/', 56, of Saratoga was found dead in a Emily S. 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