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*?, 4B Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter LAW and ORDER SHERIFF'S BLOTTER Sierraville One arrested on DUI. a charge of Information in the Sheriff's Blotter is gathered from the dispatch logs provided by the Plumas County Sheriff's Office. No individuals' names are reported. And those arrested should be presumed innocent until proven guilty. During the week of Tuesday, Aug. 25 to Monday, Aug. 31, there were 241 incidents handled by dispatchers. The reported incidents resulted in nine arrests, 29 medical responses and six fire responses. Following is a summary of the week's activity: BY THE NUMBERS 11 -- Domestic disputes 7 -- Probation checks 6 -- Vehicle accidents 4 -- Boat patrol responses 3 -- Burglaries or thefts 3 -- Reports of vandalism ARRESTS Chester One arrested on charges of being under the influence of a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance. One arrested on a charge of being under the influence of a controlled substance. One arrested on a charge of petty theft. Lake Almanor One arrested on a charge of DUI. Quincy One arrested on a charge of violating probation. One arrested on charges of violating probation and possession of drug paraphernalia. One arrested on a charge of public intoxication. One arrested on a charge of DUI. MISCELLANEOUS Tuesday, Aug. 25 Bear inside A caller on East Quincy Avenue in Portola said there was a bear inside his house. He said he was able to get the bear to leave, but that it wasn't the first time a bear got inside. He requested that someone from Fish and Wildlife contact him. Mountain lion A caller on East Sierra Avenue in Portola reported a mountain lion had been roaming around the complex for the past couple of days. Deputies checked the area, but were unable to locate the big cat. Deer attacked A caller on Klamath Trail in Graeagle said a deer was being attacked by a pack of dogs. The caller said someone was able to chase the dogs away, but the deer was in bad shape. It reportedly suffered at least one broken leg. Deputies checked the area, but could not find the deer. Wednesday, Aug. 26 Poop problem A caller on Pine Street in Quincy reported he and his neighbor got into ~i scrap over dog poop. The two neighbors were reportedly pushing each other and both fell to the ground. When the neighbor was contacted, he said the fight started after asked the caller to stop throwing dog poop into his yard. A deputy contacted both neighbors who agreed to keep the peace ... and the poop. Friday, Aug. 28 Vandalism A caller on Mt. Tomba Road asked deputies to patrol the east end of the road because someone has been taking the lock off the spring water box and vandalizing the box. Reported threat A caller in,Portola said he was threatened by one of his tenants. The caller said the tenant threatened to "cut off his legs." The caller said the tenant is on drugs and has cameras outside of his trailer. A deputy contacted the caller and determined there was no evidence of a crime. Sunday, Aug. 30 Beaten A caller near the intersection of Shanghai Road and Humboldt Road off of Highway 89 near Lake Almanor said someone beat him up and left him. The 56-year-old man called for help several times, but the calls kept getting disconnected. The suspect reportedly had a shotgun and was driving a silver Dodge pickup that was traced to an Orland address. The Orland police department was contacted and officers were able to locate and detain the suspect. The victim was found and transported to Seneca Hospital. Rider hospitalized A caller in Clio reported that a 61-year-old man had not returned from a motorcycle ride on the Gold Lake Highway. The caller said the man had a history of heart problems. About 10 minutes later, someone from Sutter Roseville Medical called to advise the man was in the hospital's trauma intensive care unit. The man's condition was not reported. Neighbor exposed A caller on Lawrence Street in Quincy said her neighbor was exposing himself through his kitchen window. A deputy contacted the man who said it was an accident. The deputy had a talk with the man about the incident anyway. oWe want to show.appreciation our professzonal truck drzvers First, let me thank thankless job. everyone for the amazing I am looking forward to welcome I have received from ~ working with our community the community. I am truly here in Plumas County to humbled by how many people organize a similar event in personally reached out to me 2016 to recognize our local and welcomed me to Plumas drivers. County. I am very excited to COMMANDER'S With Sierra Pacific begin this journey and CORNER Industries here, most families become part of the Plumas are directly impacted by a County family! LT. SARAH RICHARDS professional driver. So I Now on to the businessat Quincy Area CHP encourage everyone to do hand... Having worked at the your part this week, and I wanted to take this "Truckee Scales," I developed every week, by safely sharing opportunity to recognize all a great respect and the road with these dedicated our professional truck relationship with the drivers. drivers out there. National trucking community. This Please be reminded that Truck Driver Appreciation year the Truckee Scales is truck drivers mayhave Week will be Sept. 13 through celebrating its 10th annual limited ability to see smaller 19, this year. During this Trucker Appreciation Day, an vehicles around them, so we time, I invite everyone in our event I had the pleasUre of should allow them more room community to take the time to participating in for six years, on the roadways, as they honor professional truck During the Trucker require additional stopping drivers for their hard work Appreciation Day, drivers are distance. and dedication in tackling welcomed by the California Finally, on behalf of all the one of our economy's most Highway Patrol, the Nevada Quincy CHP and the Portola demanding and important jobs. Highway Patrol and many Resident Post officers, a There are over three representatives from the heartfelt "thank you" to the million professional men and trucking industry. During the professional drivers out there women drivers out there day, over 300 drivers are that get the goods to where delivering our goods safely, served complimentary lunch they're going. securely and on time -- often and refreshments as a "thank We all truly believe in the making personal sacrifices you" for their dedication to a slogan, "Good Stuff. Trucks for their profession, challenging and often Bring IT!" prescri The Plumas County Sheriffs Office and the Drug Enforcement Administration will give the public its 10th opportunity in five years to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous, expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs. On Sept. 26, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., bring outdated or unused pills for disposal to the Sheriffs Office in Quincy at 1400 E. Main St., the Chester Substation at 222 unwa rugs be asked. Last September, Americans turned in 309 tons -- over 617,000 pounds -- of prescription drugs at nearly 5,500 sites operated by the DEA and more than 4,000 of its state and local law enforcement partners. When those results are combined with what was collected in its eight previous Take Back events, the DEA and its partners have taken in over 4.8 million pounds --: more than 2,400 tons -- of abuse in the U.S. are alarmingly high, as are the number of accidental poisonings and overdoses due to these drugs. Studies show that a majority of abused prescription drugs are obtained from family and friends, including the home medicine cabinet. In addition, Americans are now advised that their usual methods for disposing of unused medicines -- flushing .... em,down the toilet or throwing them in the trash -- I e atl,us if you want to send a letter to the editor, please send it here: t Willow Way and the Portola pills, both pose potential safety and I Substation at 324 S. Gulling This initiative addresses a health hazards. dmcdonald@plumasnews,com St. vital public safety and health For more information about The DEA cannot accept issue. Medicines that the disposal of prescription liquids, needles or sharps; languish in home cabinets are drugs or about the Sept 26, only pills or patches. Thehighly susceptible to Take Back Day event, go to service is free and diversion, misuse and abuse, anonymous; no questions will Rates of prescription drugdisposal/takeback/index. Birth Anniversary V' Graduation : A postage stamp was just 3 cents Minimum wage was only 40 cents an hour New Job or Promotion i Milk was 62 cents a gallon Gas was 21 cents a gallon Vp Any Other Special Occasion Bread was 9 cents a loaf "Sentlment~ Jo~~t~l song w--- ... alId Michael Peters was born on Wednesday, married on July 18, 1965 in Sacramento. The bride's brothers sent a telegram on their wedding night proclaiming,"Minister not ordained. STO~HaveAngela home by m dn ght. STO .LA c t e hneym t m They sp~a~a~l~kthe~b~/l~::hildren, Kevin, David and J o~ ~G-'~ss Valley area, where Angela has family tieL~'fn 1987 they moved to Quincy, where Bill worked with the community as President and CEO of Plumas Bank, and Angela taught English at Quincy Jr./Sr. High School. Now both retired, they enjoy being more deeply involved in community and church activities. They also love traveling, spending time appreciating the outdoors, and gathering with friends and family. Both known for their integrity, their faith, and their loyalty and service to others, they have touched many lives over the years. Their children, in particular, are grateful for their legacy of love and commitment. Bill and Angela will celebrate their anniversary in Mammoth Lakes with family, including their children, David and his wife . . " Ginger;and Julie l~~ and her husband Jim. July 25, 1945! Happy 70th Birthday young ma ! ! ! 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